HD 189733 b
(hot Jupiter orbiting an orange dwarf)
HD 189733 b is a hot Jupiter about 64 light-years' distant,
orbiting a K-type star (i.e., orange dwarf, HD 189733 A),
which is the larger star of a binary system
also including and a red dwarf (HD 189733 B).
The planet was discovered in 2005 by the radial velocity method
with the ELODIE spectrograph on the OHP 1.93 m telescope.
Transits were detected later.
(exoplanet,transit method,gas giant)
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