I'm figuring a perihelion of 0.336 & Aphelion of 16.464 with an aspect ratio of 0.28 A pretty thin sliver. I have no idea of the solar mass for the pulsar, but they are pretty dense, about a billion tons a teaspoon. Whip it! Whip it real good!
Formula for Precession - (Torque-induced - Classical Newtonian) is
ω p = m · g · r over I s · ω s
The angular velocity of precession (deg/s)
mass in kg (3e+24) * 9.80665 m/s^2 * r (unknown)
moment of inertia (kg*m^2) * angular velocity of spin about the spin axis (unknown)
I'm stalled out now. But, if it is spinning fast enough....
Anyway, that paper I provided a link to is the same exoplanet he was discussing with me.
I think it will be made public at the iau 2018 conference.https://astronomy2018.univie.ac.at/post ... cts-sorted
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