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Once astronomers realized that it was worth looking for giant planets with the currently available technology, much more telescope time was devoted to radial velocity planet searches, and hence many more exoplanets in the Sun's neighborhood were discovered. FUHRMANN K. 2011 It is estimated to be around 6.1 to 8.1 billion years old, which makes it somewhat older than th… abstract, Formation of Earth-like Planets During and After Giant Planet Migration abstract). 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It’s also tidally locked, meaning one side is always facing that solar oven. & paper, Circumstellar dust disks and extrasolar planets: Astron. paper, On the Ages of Exoplanet Host Stars It is sufficiently massive that its thick atmosphere is not blown away by the star's solar wind. paper   arxiv   ADS, A comparative sutdy of lithium abundances in solar type stars with planets. Ages, metallicities, and kinematic properties of ~14000 F and G dwarfs. How does gravity affect the motion of things on 51 Pegasi B compared to earth? It is much closer to it than Mercury is to the Sun,[1] moves at an orbital speed of 136 km/s, yet has a minimum mass about half that of Jupiter (about 150 times that of the Earth). paper. 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Icarus, 143, 308 File:Pegasus 51 location.png. 1998 Assuming the planet is perfectly grey with no greenhouse or tidal effects, and a Bond albedo of 0.1, the temperature would be 1265 K (approximately 1000 °C / 1800 °F). 2004 paper, Is First Extrasolar Planet a Lost World? paper, Radio emission from exoplanets: the role of the stellar coronal density and magnetic field strength 2007 This is between the predicted temperatures of HD 189733 b and HD 209458 b (1180–1392 K), before they were measured.[11]. WRIGHT J., MARCY G. & the California Planet Survey consortium 1998 If the observed wavelength of the red hydrogen line were 656.2797 nm, has the line been red shifted or blue shifted? WALKER G. 2000 paper   preprint, A scenario of planet erosion by coronal radiation Elodie survey for northern extra-solar planets with nulling and high-order adaptive optics, 1357 paper, planets... 1998 GRAY D. Nature, 391, 153 abstract, Formation of Earth-like planets During and after planet. 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