Planet: Name of planet

Mp: Planet mass (Jupiter masses)

Rp: Planet radius (Jupiter radii)

P: Orbital period

e: Orbital eccentricity

ω: Argument of periastron

tHZc: Percentage of the orbital phase spent within the Conservative Habitable Zone

tHZo: Percentage of the orbital phase spent within the Optimistic Habitable Zone

The planetary equilibrium temperatures are for the following assumptions.

Teqa: Periastron, hot-dayside

Teqb: Periastron, well-mixed

Teqc: Apastron, hot-dayside

Teqd: Apastron, well-mixed

The "hot-dayside" model assumes there is no heat redistribution by the atmosphere and so the planetary temperature is calculated based on the thermal energy being restricted to the hemisphere facing the star. The "well-mixed" model on the other hand assumes the heat is redistributed evenly over the entire surface by high-speed zonal winds.

Full technical descriptions of these parameters are contained in the following articles:
1. Kane & Gelino, "Detectability of Exoplanet Periastron Passage in the Infra-Red", 2011, ApJ, 741, 52
2. Kane & Gelino, "The Habitable Zone Gallery", 2012, PASP, 124, 323
3. Kopparapu et al, "Habitable Zones Around Main-Sequence Stars: New Estimates", 2013, ApJ, 765, 131
4. Kopparapu et al, "Habitable Zones around Main-sequence Stars: Dependence on Planetary Mass", 2014, ApJ, 787, L29