ImageFormation and evolution tracks of giant planets

This file contains the numerical data of the formation and subsequent evolution of giant planets presented in

Luminosity of young Jupiters revisited: massive cores make hot planets

Christoph Mordasini, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Vol 558, p. A113, 2013

The file names denote the total mass and core mass. Example: "track12_49.dat" stands for a giant planet with a final total mass of 12 Jovian masses and a core mass of 49 Earth masses.

ImageSynthetic planetary population

This file contains the numerical data of the nominal synthetic planetary population of 1 Msun stars presented in

Extrasolar planet population synthesis IV. Correlations with disk metallicity, mass and lifetime

Christoph Mordasini, Yann Alibert, Willy Benz, Hubert Klahr, Thomas Henning

Astronomy & Astrophysics, Vol 541, A97, 2012

ImageFormation and evolutionary sequences of deuterium burning objects

This file contains the numerical data of the formation and subsequent evolution of cold
and hot start objects (using the fiducial model) presented in

Deuterium burning in objects forming via the core accretion scenario

Paul Mollière and Christoph Mordasini, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Vol 547, p. A105, 2012

The filenames denote the final mass and whether the object has formed hot or cold.
Example: "cold10mj.dat" stands for a cold start object with a final mass of 10 jovian masses.

Please note the following:
As the surface conditions are given by the disk nebula in the attached phase and as the runaway
accretion luminosity does not contribute to the internal luminosity for a cold start object, it does not
hold that the total luminosity equals the luminosity deduced from the Stefan–Boltzmann law all the time.