Classification of Hot Jupiter Population through Statistical Framework
The recent trend in the discovery of a range of exoplanets opens up a door to evaluate their origin and classification under the light of different planetary attributes. This paper enthusiastically focused on a typical branch of exoplanets, hot Jupiter, and several planetary characteristics were observed to frame the population into substantive categories. In this paper, a statistical framework was also established to understand different planetary formation processes for hot Jupiters. Finally, the relevance of hot Jupiters in search of habitable planets is also discussed briefly.
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