Parameters of the Kepler-63 system, as presented in Sanchis-Ojeda et al. (2013), except for those marked with an asterisk, which were modified for this work (see text).
|Effective temperature Teff (K)||5576 (±50)||S13|
|Mass M⋆ (M⊙)||0.984 (−0.04, +0.035)||S13|
|Radius R⋆ (R⊙)||0.901 (−0.022, +0.027)||S13|
|Rotation period*Pstar (days)||5.400 (±0.009)||NV19|
|Age (Myr)||210 (±45)||S13|
|Limb-darkening coefficient μ1||0.31 (±0.04)||S13|
|Limb-darkening coefficient μ2||0.354 (−0.05, +0.07)||S13|
|Sky-projected stellar obliquity (deg)||−110 (−14, +22)||S13|
|Inclination of the rotation axis (deg)||138 (±7)||S13|
|Mass Mp (MJup)||0.4||S13|
|Orbital period (days)||9.4341505 (±1 × 10−6)||S13|
|Semi-major axis* (a/R⋆)||19.35||NV19|
|Orbital inclination angle i (deg)||87.806 (−0.019, +0.018)||S13|
References. S13: Sanchis-Ojeda et al. (2013); NV19: present study.
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