Orbital parameters of the planetary candidates using a simple MCMC analysis to fit Keplerian orbits to the RV data.
|T [JD]||2 455 974.23||2455290.0||245986.34|
|K [ m s-1]||48.911||35.607||50.97|
|γ [ km s-1]||33.172||34.185||34.058|
Notes. We considered as free parameters the orbital period P, the time of transit Tc, the radial velocity semi-amplitude K, the centre-of-mass velocity γ, and the orthogonal quantities and , where e is the eccentricity and ω is the argument of periastron. We quote the mode of the resulting parameter distributions as the final value and the 68.3% interval with equal probability density at the ± 1σ bound to derive the uncertainty. T: time at periastron passage, K: semi-amplitude of the RV curve, msini: planetary minimum mass.
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