Basic parameters of the observed evolved stars and their planetary companions.
|Source||Spectral||d||R⋆||M⋆||υ∞||Ṁion||MP sin i||a||Sν|
|type||(pc)||(R⊙)||(M⊙)||(km s−1)||(M⊙ yr−1)||(MJ)||(au)||(mJy)|
|β Gem||K0 III||10.4||8.8a||1.9b||215||3.1 × 10−11||2.9c||1.7c||14.6|
|ι Dra||K2 III||31.0||12.9d||1.8d||173||5.8 × 10−11||12.6d||1.3e||1.7|
|β UMi||K4 III||40.1||42.1f||1.4g||30||2.7 × 10−10||6.1g||1.4g||0.1|
Notes. Distances, d, are based on parallaxes from van Leeuwen (2007). R⋆ , M⋆ , υ∞ , and Ṁ ion are the hoststar’s radius, mass, wind terminal velocity, and ionized mass loss rate, respectively. M P sin i, a, and Sν are the planet’s minimum mass, semi-major orbital axis, and expected radio flux density. The superscript letters represent the following references: (a) Nordgren et al. (2001); (b) Hatzes et al. (2012); (c) Reffert et al. (2006); (d) Baines et al. (2011); (e) Frink et al. (2002); (f) Richichi et al. (2005); (g) Lee et al. (2014).
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