Kepler-14b: A massive hot Jupiter transiting an F star in a close visual binary

Lars A. Buchhave, David W. Latham, Joshua A. Carter, Jean Michel Désert, Guillermo Torres, Elisabeth R. Adams, Stephen T. Bryson, David B. Charbonneau, David R. Ciardi, Craig Kulesa, Andrea K. Dupree, Debra A. Fischer, François Fressin, Thomas N. Gautier, Ronald L. Gilliland, Steve B. Howell, Howard Isaacson, Jon M. Jenkins, Geoffrey W. Marcy, Donald W. McCarthyJason F. Rowe, Natalie M. Batalha, William J. Borucki, Timothy M. Brown, Douglas A. Caldwell, Jessie L. Christiansen, William D. Cochran, Drake Deming, Edward W. Dunham, Mark Everett, Eric B. Ford, Jonathan J. Fortney, John C. Geary, Forrest R. Girouard, Michael R. Haas, Matthew J. Holman, Elliott Horch, Todd C. Klaus, Heather A. Knutson, David G. Koch, Jeffrey Kolodziejczak, Jack J. Lissauer, Pavel MacHalek, Fergal Mullally, Martin D. Still, Samuel N. Quinn, Sara Seager, Susan E. Thompson, Jeffrey Van Cleve

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