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Title: Transiting exoplanets from the CoRoT space mission: XIII. CoRoT-14b: an unusually dense very hot Jupiter
Authors: B. Tingley, M. Endl, J.-C. Gazzano, R. Alonso, T. Mazeh, L. Jorda, S. Aigrain, J.-M. Almenara, M. Auvergne, A. Baglin, P. Barge, A. S. Bonomo, P. Bordé, F. Bouchy, H. Bruntt, J. Cabrera, S. Carpano, L. Carone, W. D. Cochran, Sz. Csizmadia, M. Deleuil, H. J. Deeg, R. Dvorak, A. Erikson, S. Ferraz-Mello, M. Fridlund, D. Gandolfi, M. Gillon, E. W. Guenther, T. Guillot, A. Hatzes, G. Hébrard, A. Léger, A. Llebaria, H. Lammer, C. Lovis, P. J. MacQueen, C. Moutou, M. Ollivier, A. Ofir, M. Pätzold, F. Pepe, D. Queloz, H. Rauer, D. Rouan, B. Samuel, J. Schneider, A. Shporer, G. Wuchterl

In this paper, the CoRoT Exoplanet Science Team announces its 14th discovery. Herein, we discuss the observations and analyses that allowed us to derive the parameters of this system: a hot Jupiter with a mass of 7.6 ±0.6 Jupiter masses orbiting a solar-type star (F9V) with a period of only 1.5 d, less than 5 stellar radii from its parent star. It is unusual for such a massive planet to have such a small orbit: only one other known exoplanet with a higher mass orbits with a shorter period.

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