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Dynamic study of possible host stars for extrasolar planetary systems

  • N. A. Shakht (a1), L. G. Romanenko (a1), D. L. Gorshanov (a1) and O. O. Vasilkova (a1)

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We present the stellar systems which consist of double and multiple stars with distances 3.5 ÷ 25 pc from the Sun, belonging to spectral classes F, G, K, M, having masses from 0.3 to 1.5 solar mass and can, in principle, possess planetary systems. On the basis of observations with Pulkovo 65 cm refractor the relative positions of double stars, the parameters of motion, the orbits and also the ephemeris for the nearest epochs have been computed.

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Dynamic study of possible host stars for extrasolar planetary systems

  • N. A. Shakht (a1), L. G. Romanenko (a1), D. L. Gorshanov (a1) and O. O. Vasilkova (a1)

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