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Table 1 Parameters of close-in CBPs discovered by Kepler

From: Orbital evolution of a circumbinary planet in a gaseous disk

 \(M_{\rm p} [M_{\odot }]\)\(M_{\rm s} [M_{\odot }]\)\(e_{{\rm bin}}\)\(a_{{\rm bin}}\) [au]\(M_{{\rm pl}} [M_{\rm J}]\)\(a_{{\rm pl}}\) [au]\(e_{{\rm pl}}\)
Kepler-16b0.6870.2020.160.2240.3330.720.0069
Kepler-34b1.0491.0220.5210.2280.221.0860.182
Kepler-35b0.8850.8080.1420.1760.1270.6050.042
Kepler-38b0.9490.2490.1030.1470.3840.4640.032
Kepler-47b1.0430.3620.0230.0840.00650.2880.021
Kepler-47d0.0600.6990.024
Kepler-47c0.0100.9640.044
PH11.530.3780.2120.1740.5310.6340.0702
Kepler-413b0.820.5420.0370.0990.2110.3550.07
Kepler-453b0.9440.1950.05240.185\(6.29 \times 10^{-4}\)0.790.118
Kepler-1647b1.22070.96780.16020.12761.522.720.0581
  1. Index p, s, bin, and pl represent primary, secondary, binary, and planet, respectively. For reference, please see the main text