Note that:

- The radius of both the star and the planet are exagerated by a factor
50, when compared to the radius of the orbit, but the ratio of two radii
is approx correct (
*i.e.*, set to R{Jup}/R{Sun}). - The wobble of the star is also exagerated, by a factor 20.
- The viewing inclination angle is arbitray and corresping to sin
*i*= 0.3 - The other orbital parameters, as deduced by the fit to the observed radial velocity curve are taken into account.
- Both orbits follow Kepler's Laws, including the second law:
*equal areas are swept in equal time*.

___________________________________________ Sylvain G. Korzennik (skorzennik@cfa.harvard.edu) Last modified: Mon Jun 2 20:25:45 1997