## A high obliquity orbit for the hot-jupiter Hats-14b Transiting A 5400 K Star

### Description

We report a spin–orbit misalignment for the hot-Jupiter HATS-14b, measuring a projected orbital obliquity of $| \lambda | ={76}_{-5}^{+4}\;^\circ .$ HATS-14b orbits a high metallicity, 5400 K G dwarf in a relatively short period orbit of 2.8 days. This obliquity was measured via the Rossiter–McLaughlin effect, obtained with observations from Keck-HIRES. The velocities were extracted using a novel technique, optimized for low signal-to-noise spectra, achieving a high precision of...[Show more]

Collections ANU Research Publications 2015 Journal article http://hdl.handle.net/1885/153598 Astrophysical Journal Letters 10.1088/2041-8205/814/1/L16 Open Access