Table 1: Planetary parameters as given by J. Schneider (http://www.obspm.fr/encycl/catalog.html). Listed (in units of Jupiter's mass and radius) are the projected planetary mass, the planetary mass and radius if determined by observation. The orbital semi-major axis and eccentricity are given as well as the inclination. These are followed by the calculated distances in AU and stellar radii. The last column gives the orbital period.
Planet $M_{\rm P}\sin i$ M $R_{\rm P}$ a e i d d $P_{\rm {orb}}$
  [$M_{\rm J}$] [$M_{\rm J}$] [$R_{\rm J}$] [AU]   [deg] [AU] [$R_\star$] [d]
OGLE-TR-56 b 1.45   1.3 0.0225 0 81 0.0225 4.4 1.2
HD 83443 b 0.35     0.038 0.08   0.041 8.83 2.99
HD 46375 b 0.249     0.041 0   0.041 8.82 3.02
HD 187123 b 0.52     0.042 0.03   0.0433 8.1 3.1
HD 179949 b 0.84 0.98   0.045 0.05   0.0473 8.65 3.1
HD 209458 b 0.69   1.43 0.045 0 86.1 0.045 8.43 3.52
HD 75289 b 0.42     0.046 0.054   0.0485 7.91 3.51
BD-10_3166 b 0.48     0.046 0 <84.3 0.046   3.49
$\tau$ Boo b 3.87 4.09   0.0462 0.018   0.047 7.16 3.31
HD 76700 b 0.197     0.049 0   0.049 7.64 3.97
51 Peg b 0.46 0.44   0.0512 0.013   0.0519 9.72 4.23
HD 49674 b 0.12     0.0568 0   0.0568 12.79 4.95
$\upsilon $ And b 0.69     0.059 0.012   0.0597 8.89 4.62


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