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This book explores the relations between physical parameters of extrasolar planets and their respective parent stars. Planetary parameters are often directly dependent upon their stellar counterparts. In addition, the star is almost always the only visible component of the system and contains most of the system mass. Consequently, the parent star heavily influences every aspect of planetary physics and astrophysics. Drs. Kaspar von Braun and Tabetha Boyajian use direct methods to characterize exoplanet host starts that minimize the number of assumptions needed to be made in the process.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: The Determination of Stellar and Planetary Astrophysical Parameters.- Chapter 3: Results.- Chapter 4: Future Work.- Chapter 5: Summary and Conclusion.- References.- Index.