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Hiding Planets Behind a Big Friend: Mutual Inclinations of Multi-Planet Systems with External Companions

20 Mar 2017, 16:00 UTC
Hiding Planets Behind a Big Friend: Mutual Inclinations of Multi-Planet Systems with External Companions
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Dong Lai and Bonan Pu 2017 AJ 153 42
The “Kepler dichotomy” for exoplanetary systems may be explained by the action of an external giant planet or stellar companion misaligned with the inner multi-planet system.

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