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SWEET-Cat updated. New homogenous spectroscopic parameters

Abstract : Context. Exoplanets have now been proven to be very common. The number of its detections continues to grow following the development of better instruments and missions. One key step for the understanding of these worlds is their characterization, which mostly depend on their host stars. Aims. We perform a significant update of the Stars With ExoplanETs CATalog (SWEET-Cat), a unique compilation of precise stellar parameters for planet-host stars provided for the exoplanet community. Methods. We made use of high-resolution spectra for planet-host stars, either observed by our team or found in several public archives. The new spectroscopic parameters were derived for the spectra following the same homogeneous process (ARES+MOOG). The host star parameters were then merged together with the planet properties listed in exoplanet. eu to perform simple data analysis. Results. We present new spectroscopic homogeneous parameters for 106 planet-host stars. Sixty-three planet hosts are also reviewed with new parameters. We also show that there is a good agreement between stellar parameters derived for the same star but using spectra obtained from different spectrographs. The planet-metallicity correlation is reviewed showing that the metallicity distribution of stars hosting low-mass planets (below 30 M-circle plus) is indistinguishable from that from the solar neighborhood sample in terms of metallicity distribution.
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S.~g. Sousa, V. Adibekyan, E. Delgado-Mena, N.~c. Santos, D.~t. Andreasen, et al.. SWEET-Cat updated. New homogenous spectroscopic parameters. Astronomy and Astrophysics - A&A, EDP Sciences, 2018, 620, pp.A58. ⟨10.1051/0004-6361/201833350⟩. ⟨hal-02057659⟩



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