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Table 4:

Planet and star parameters.

Planet orbital period P [days] 13.2406 $\pm$ 0.0002
Planetary transit epoch $T_{ \rm tr}$ [HJD-2 400 000] 54 273.3436 $\pm$ 0.0012
Planetary transit duration $d_{\rm tr}$ [h] 2.98 $\pm$ 0.06
Planetary occultation epoch $T_{\rm occ}$a [HJD-2 400 000] 54 276.49 $\pm$ 0.41
Planetary occultation duration $d_{\rm occ}$ [h] 2.08 $\pm$ 0.18
Epoch of periastron T0 [HJD-2 400 000] 54 990.85 $\pm$ 0.08

Derived parameters from radial velocity observations
Orbital eccentricity e 0.53 $\pm$ 0.04
Argument of periastron $\omega$ [deg] 218.9 $\pm$ 6.4
Radial velocity semi-amplitude K [ m s-1] 301 $\pm$ 10
Systemic velocity $V_{\rm r}$ [ km s-1] 15.330 $\pm$ 0.007
O-C residuals [ m s-1] 29

Fitted and fixed transit parameters
$\theta_{2}$b 0.00483 $\pm$ 0.00009
Radius ratio $k=R_{\rm p}/R_{*}$ 0.1269 $\pm$ 0.0038
Inclination i [deg] 88.55 $\pm$ 0.2
u+ (fixed) +0.72
u- (fixed) +0.30

Derived transit parameters
a/R*c 31.33 $\pm$ 2.15
$a/R_{\rm p}$ 247 $\pm$ 21
$(M_{*}/\hbox{$M_{\odot}$ })^{1/3} (R_{*}/\hbox{$R_{\odot}$ })^{-1}$ 1.33 $\pm$ 0.09
Stellar density $\rho_{*}$ [ $\rm g\;cm^{-3}$] 3.32 $\pm$ 0.70
Impact parameter bd 0.85 $\pm$ 0.03

Spectroscopic parameters of the star
Effective temperature $T_{\rm {eff}}$[K] 5075 $\pm$ 75
Surface gravity log g [cgs] 4.65 $\pm$ 0.10
Metallicity $[\rm {Fe/H}]$ [dex] +0.26 $\pm$ 0.07
Stellar rotational velocity $V \sin{i_{*}}$ [ km s-1] 2.0 $\pm$ 0.5
Spectral type K1V

Stellar and planetary physical parameters
Star mass [$M_{\odot}$]e 0.89 $\pm$ 0.05
Star radius [$R_{\odot}$]e 0.79 $\pm$ 0.05
Planet mass $M_{\rm p}$ [ ${M}_{\rm Jup}$] 2.75 $\pm$ 0.16
Planet radius $R_{\rm p}$ [ ${R}_{\rm Jup}$] 0.97 $\pm$ 0.07
Planet density $\rho_{\rm p}$ [ $\rm g\;cm^{-3}$] 3.70 $\pm$ 0.83
Planet surface gravity log $g_{\rm p}$ [cgs] 3.93 $\pm$ 0.08
Planet rotation period $P_{\rm p, rot}$ [days]f 4.25 $\pm$ 0.53
Distance of the star d [pc] 345 $\pm$ 70
Orbital semi-major axis a [AU] 0.1055 $\pm$ 0.0021
Orbital distance at periastron $a_{\rm per}$ [AU] 0.0496 $\pm$ 0.0039
Orbital distance at apoastron $a_{\rm apo}$ [AU] 0.1614 $\pm$ 0.0047
Equilibrium temperature at the averaged distance $T_{\rm eq}$[K]g 600 $\pm$ 23
Equilibrium temperature at periastron $T^{\rm per}_{\rm eq}$[K]g 935 $\pm$ 54
Equilibrium temperature at apoastron $T^{\rm apo}_{\rm eq}$[K]g 518 $\pm$20

Notes. (a)  $T_{\rm occ}= T_{\rm tr}+\frac{P}{\pi} \cdot \left(\frac{\pi}{2}+(1+\csc^2{i})\cdot e~\cos{\omega}\right)$;
(b) phase of the end of transit egress in the reference system defined by Giménez & Garcia-Pelayo (1983);
(c)  $a/R_{*}=\frac{1+e \cdot \cos\nu_{2}}{1-e^{2}}
\cdot \frac{1+k}{\sqrt{1-\cos^{2}({\nu_{2}+\omega-\frac{\pi}{2}})\cdot \sin^{2}{i}}}$, where $\nu_{2}$ is the true anomaly measured from the periastron passage at the end of transit egress (see Giménez 2009);
(d)  $b=\frac{a \cdot \cos{i}}{R_{*}} \cdot \frac{1-e^{2}}{1+e \cdot \sin{\omega}}$;
(e) from CESAM stellar evolution models. See Sect. 5 for details;
(f) assuming the planet to be in a pseudo-synchronous rotation;
(g) black body equilibrium temperature for an isotropic planetary emission.

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