Fitted and derived planetary and stellar parameters.
|Fitted Keplerian parameters|
|P (d)||0–2 ΔT||13.8508|
|K (m s−1)||0–10 rms||2.52|
|e sin ω||±1||0.23|
|e cos ω||±1||0.25|
|Derived planetary parameters|
|ω (deg)||43 ± 21|
|M sin i (M⊕)||5.63|
|a (au)||0.0905 ± 0.0011|
|Fitted hyper-parameters of quasi-periodic kernel|
|PQP (d)||0–2 ΔT||18.864|
|KQP (m s−1)||0–10 rms||3.02|
|λ (d)||0–2 ΔT||150|
|Fitted RV offsets and additional jitters|
|γHN26 (m s−1)||±10 rms||0.1|
|γCA (m s−1)||±10 rms||0.6 ± 1.5|
|σHN26 (m s−1)||0–10 rms||0.76|
|σCA (m s−1)||0–10 rms||1.41|
Notes. We show the fitted and derived parameters for the proposed planetary companion, the GP hyper-parameters of the quasi-periodic kernel for the correlated stellar RV contribution, and the offsets and jitters of the two RV datasets (HARPS-N S2 to S6, CARMENES) used for the best model of Gl 49. The uniform priors are all limited by the largest reasonable boundaries.
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