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Philip C. Gregory

Professor Emeritus

UBC

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University of Toronto

Postdoctoral Fellow In the Astronomy Department


Education

PhD

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University of Manchester


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University of British Columbia researcher Phil Gregory said that astronomers may pay more attention to all indicators of a star's activity, even if it "sadly removes a potentially interesting planet near the habitable zone."


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But before the preprint for these new HARPS results was available in September 2011, Philip Gregory of the University of British Columbia published his own detailed Bayesian analysis of the HIRES and HARPS data sets used by the Lick-Carnegie Exoplanet Survey.
His analysis found evidence to support a five-planet system that excluded GJ 581g when looking only at the HARPS data set with a false alarm probability of 1%. By looking at the combined data sets, he could only reliably detect GJ581b and c. When he included the existence of some additional Gaussian error term of unknown origin, his analysis supported a four-planet interpretation of the results. He could not confirm the presence of the potentially habitable GJ 581g nor the more distantly orbiting GJ 581f in this combined data set. Philip C. Gregory, "Bayesian re-analysis of the Gliese 581 exoplanet system", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 415, No. 3, pp. 2523-2545, August 2011


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