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TOI-1235 b : a keystone super-earth for testing radius valley emergence models around early M dwarfs. / Cloutier, Ryan; Rodriguez, Joseph E.; Irwin, Jonathan; Charbonneau, David; Stassun, Keivan G.; Mortier, Annelies; Latham, David W.; Isaacson, Howard; Howard, Andrew W.; Udry, Stéphane; Wilson, Thomas G.; Watson, Christopher A.; Pinamonti, Matteo; Lienhard, Florian; Giacobbe, Paolo; Guerra, Pere; Collins, Karen A.; Beiryla, Allyson; Esquerdo, Gilbert A.; Matthews, Elisabeth; Matson, Rachel A.; Howell, Steve B.; Furlan, Elise; Crossfield, Ian J. M.; Winters, Jennifer G.; Nava, Chantanelle; Ment, Kristo; Lopez, Eric D.; Ricker, George; Vanderspek, Roland; Seager, Sara; Jenkins, Jon M.; Ting, Eric B.; Tenenbaum, Peter; Sozzetti, Alessandro; Sha, Lizhou; Ségransan, Damien; Schlieder, Joshua E.; Sasselov, Dimitar; Roy, Arpita; Robertson, Paul; Rice, Ken; Poretti, Ennio; Piotto, Giampaolo; Phillips, David; Pepper, Joshua; Pepe, Francesco; Molinari, Emilio; Mocnik, Teo; Micela, Giuseppina; Mayor, Michel; Martinez Fiorenzano, Aldo F.; Mallia, Franco; Lubin, Jack; Lovis, Christophe; López-Morales, Mercedes; Kosiarek, Molly R.; Kielkopf, John F.; Kane, Stephen R.; Jensen, Eric L. N.; Isopi, Giovanni; Huber, Daniel; Hill, Michelle L.; Harutyunyan, Avet; Gonzales, Erica; Giacalone, Steven; Ghedina, Adriano; Ercolino, Andrea; Dumusque, Xavier; Dressing, Courtney D.; Damasso, Mario; Dalba, Paul A.; Cosentino, Rosario; Conti, Dennis M.; Colón, Knicole D.; Collins, Kevin I.; Cameron, Andrew Collier; Ciardi, David; Christiansen, Jessie; Chontos, Ashley; Cecconi, Massimo; Caldwell, Douglas A.; Burke, Christopher; Buchhave, Lars; Beichman, Charles; Behmard, Aida; Beard, Corey; Akana Murphy, Joseph M.

In: Astronomical Journal, Vol. 160, No. 1, 22, 07.2020.

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Cloutier, R, Rodriguez, JE, Irwin, J, Charbonneau, D, Stassun, KG, Mortier, A, Latham, DW, Isaacson, H, Howard, AW, Udry, S, Wilson, TG, Watson, CA, Pinamonti, M, Lienhard, F, Giacobbe, P, Guerra, P, Collins, KA, Beiryla, A, Esquerdo, GA, Matthews, E, Matson, RA, Howell, SB, Furlan, E, Crossfield, IJM, Winters, JG, Nava, C, Ment, K, Lopez, ED, Ricker, G, Vanderspek, R, Seager, S, Jenkins, JM, Ting, EB, Tenenbaum, P, Sozzetti, A, Sha, L, Ségransan, D, Schlieder, JE, Sasselov, D, Roy, A, Robertson, P, Rice, K, Poretti, E, Piotto, G, Phillips, D, Pepper, J, Pepe, F, Molinari, E, Mocnik, T, Micela, G, Mayor, M, Martinez Fiorenzano, AF, Mallia, F, Lubin, J, Lovis, C, López-Morales, M, Kosiarek, MR, Kielkopf, JF, Kane, SR, Jensen, ELN, Isopi, G, Huber, D, Hill, ML, Harutyunyan, A, Gonzales, E, Giacalone, S, Ghedina, A, Ercolino, A, Dumusque, X, Dressing, CD, Damasso, M, Dalba, PA, Cosentino, R, Conti, DM, Colón, KD, Collins, KI, Cameron, AC, Ciardi, D, Christiansen, J, Chontos, A, Cecconi, M, Caldwell, DA, Burke, C, Buchhave, L, Beichman, C, Behmard, A, Beard, C & Akana Murphy, JM 2020, 'TOI-1235 b: a keystone super-earth for testing radius valley emergence models around early M dwarfs', Astronomical Journal, vol. 160, no. 1, 22. https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/ab9534

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Cloutier, R., Rodriguez, J. E., Irwin, J., Charbonneau, D., Stassun, K. G., Mortier, A., Latham, D. W., Isaacson, H., Howard, A. W., Udry, S., Wilson, T. G., Watson, C. A., Pinamonti, M., Lienhard, F., Giacobbe, P., Guerra, P., Collins, K. A., Beiryla, A., Esquerdo, G. A., ... Akana Murphy, J. M. (2020). TOI-1235 b: a keystone super-earth for testing radius valley emergence models around early M dwarfs. Astronomical Journal, 160(1), [22]. https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/ab9534

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Cloutier R, Rodriguez JE, Irwin J, Charbonneau D, Stassun KG, Mortier A et al. TOI-1235 b: a keystone super-earth for testing radius valley emergence models around early M dwarfs. Astronomical Journal. 2020 Jul;160(1). 22. https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/ab9534

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Cloutier, Ryan ; Rodriguez, Joseph E. ; Irwin, Jonathan ; Charbonneau, David ; Stassun, Keivan G. ; Mortier, Annelies ; Latham, David W. ; Isaacson, Howard ; Howard, Andrew W. ; Udry, Stéphane ; Wilson, Thomas G. ; Watson, Christopher A. ; Pinamonti, Matteo ; Lienhard, Florian ; Giacobbe, Paolo ; Guerra, Pere ; Collins, Karen A. ; Beiryla, Allyson ; Esquerdo, Gilbert A. ; Matthews, Elisabeth ; Matson, Rachel A. ; Howell, Steve B. ; Furlan, Elise ; Crossfield, Ian J. M. ; Winters, Jennifer G. ; Nava, Chantanelle ; Ment, Kristo ; Lopez, Eric D. ; Ricker, George ; Vanderspek, Roland ; Seager, Sara ; Jenkins, Jon M. ; Ting, Eric B. ; Tenenbaum, Peter ; Sozzetti, Alessandro ; Sha, Lizhou ; Ségransan, Damien ; Schlieder, Joshua E. ; Sasselov, Dimitar ; Roy, Arpita ; Robertson, Paul ; Rice, Ken ; Poretti, Ennio ; Piotto, Giampaolo ; Phillips, David ; Pepper, Joshua ; Pepe, Francesco ; Molinari, Emilio ; Mocnik, Teo ; Micela, Giuseppina ; Mayor, Michel ; Martinez Fiorenzano, Aldo F. ; Mallia, Franco ; Lubin, Jack ; Lovis, Christophe ; López-Morales, Mercedes ; Kosiarek, Molly R. ; Kielkopf, John F. ; Kane, Stephen R. ; Jensen, Eric L. N. ; Isopi, Giovanni ; Huber, Daniel ; Hill, Michelle L. ; Harutyunyan, Avet ; Gonzales, Erica ; Giacalone, Steven ; Ghedina, Adriano ; Ercolino, Andrea ; Dumusque, Xavier ; Dressing, Courtney D. ; Damasso, Mario ; Dalba, Paul A. ; Cosentino, Rosario ; Conti, Dennis M. ; Colón, Knicole D. ; Collins, Kevin I. ; Cameron, Andrew Collier ; Ciardi, David ; Christiansen, Jessie ; Chontos, Ashley ; Cecconi, Massimo ; Caldwell, Douglas A. ; Burke, Christopher ; Buchhave, Lars ; Beichman, Charles ; Behmard, Aida ; Beard, Corey ; Akana Murphy, Joseph M. / TOI-1235 b : a keystone super-earth for testing radius valley emergence models around early M dwarfs. In: Astronomical Journal. 2020 ; Vol. 160, No. 1.

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title = "TOI-1235 b: a keystone super-earth for testing radius valley emergence models around early M dwarfs",
abstract = "Small planets on close-in orbits tend to exhibit envelope mass fractions of either effectively zero or up to a few percent depending on their size and orbital period. Models of thermally driven atmospheric mass loss and of terrestrial planet formation in a gas-poor environment make distinct predictions regarding the location of this rocky/nonrocky transition in period-radius space. Here we present the confirmation of TOI-1235 b (P = 3.44 days, rp = 1.738-0.076+0.087 R⊕), a planet whose size and period are intermediatebetween the competing model predictions, thus making the system animportant test case for emergence models of the rocky/nonrockytransition around early M dwarfs (Rs = 0.630 ± 0.015 R⊙, Ms = 0.640 ± 0.016 M⊙). We confirm the TESS planet discovery using reconnaissance spectroscopy, ground-based photometry, high-resolution imaging, and aset of 38 precise radial velocities (RVs) from HARPS-N and HIRES. We measure a planet mass of 6.91-0.85+0.75 M⊕, which implies an iron core mass fraction of 20-12+15% in the absence of a gaseous envelope. The bulk composition of TOI-1235 b is therefore consistent with being Earth-like, and we constrain an H/He envelope mass fraction to be <0.5% at 90% confidence. Our results are consistent with model predictions from thermally driven atmospheric mass loss but not with gas-poor formation, suggesting that the former class of processes remains efficient at sculpting close-in planets around early M dwarfs. Our RV analysis also reveals a strong periodicity close to the first harmonic of the photometrically determined stellar rotation period that we treat as stellar activity, despite other lines of evidence favoring a planetary origin (P = 21.8-0.8+0.8 days, mp sin i = 13.0-5.3+3.8 M⊕) that cannot be firmly ruled out by our data.",
keywords = "Radial velocity, M dwarf stars, Transit photometry, Exoplanet formation, Exoplanet structure",
author = "Ryan Cloutier and Rodriguez, {Joseph E.} and Jonathan Irwin and David Charbonneau and Stassun, {Keivan G.} and Annelies Mortier and Latham, {David W.} and Howard Isaacson and Howard, {Andrew W.} and St{\'e}phane Udry and Wilson, {Thomas G.} and Watson, {Christopher A.} and Matteo Pinamonti and Florian Lienhard and Paolo Giacobbe and Pere Guerra and Collins, {Karen A.} and Allyson Beiryla and Esquerdo, {Gilbert A.} and Elisabeth Matthews and Matson, {Rachel A.} and Howell, {Steve B.} and Elise Furlan and Crossfield, {Ian J. M.} and Winters, {Jennifer G.} and Chantanelle Nava and Kristo Ment and Lopez, {Eric D.} and George Ricker and Roland Vanderspek and Sara Seager and Jenkins, {Jon M.} and Ting, {Eric B.} and Peter Tenenbaum and Alessandro Sozzetti and Lizhou Sha and Damien S{\'e}gransan and Schlieder, {Joshua E.} and Dimitar Sasselov and Arpita Roy and Paul Robertson and Ken Rice and Ennio Poretti and Giampaolo Piotto and David Phillips and Joshua Pepper and Francesco Pepe and Emilio Molinari and Teo Mocnik and Giuseppina Micela and Michel Mayor and {Martinez Fiorenzano}, {Aldo F.} and Franco Mallia and Jack Lubin and Christophe Lovis and Mercedes L{\'o}pez-Morales and Kosiarek, {Molly R.} and Kielkopf, {John F.} and Kane, {Stephen R.} and Jensen, {Eric L. N.} and Giovanni Isopi and Daniel Huber and Hill, {Michelle L.} and Avet Harutyunyan and Erica Gonzales and Steven Giacalone and Adriano Ghedina and Andrea Ercolino and Xavier Dumusque and Dressing, {Courtney D.} and Mario Damasso and Dalba, {Paul A.} and Rosario Cosentino and Conti, {Dennis M.} and Col{\'o}n, {Knicole D.} and Collins, {Kevin I.} and Cameron, {Andrew Collier} and David Ciardi and Jessie Christiansen and Ashley Chontos and Massimo Cecconi and Caldwell, {Douglas A.} and Christopher Burke and Lars Buchhave and Charles Beichman and Aida Behmard and Corey Beard and {Akana Murphy}, {Joseph M.}",
note = "Funding: R.C. is supported by a grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in support of the TESS science mission. M.P. gratefully acknowledges the support from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No. 313014 (ETAEARTH). J.M.A.M. gratefully acknowledges support from the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program under grant No. DGE-1842400. J.M.A.M. also thanks the LSSTC Data Science Fellowship Program, which is funded by LSSTC, NSF Cybertraining grant No. 1829740, the Brinson Foundation, and the Moore Foundation. This work has been partially supported by the National Aeronautics and Administration under grant No.NNX17AB59G issued through the Exoplanets Research Program. The MEarth Team gratefully acknowledges funding from the David and Lucile Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering (awarded to D.C.). This material is based onwork supported by the National Science Foundation undergrants AST-0807690, AST-1109468, AST-1004488 (Alan T.Waterman Award), and AST-1616624. This work is made possible by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation. ",
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T1 - TOI-1235 b

T2 - a keystone super-earth for testing radius valley emergence models around early M dwarfs

AU - Cloutier, Ryan

AU - Rodriguez, Joseph E.

AU - Irwin, Jonathan

AU - Charbonneau, David

AU - Stassun, Keivan G.

AU - Mortier, Annelies

AU - Latham, David W.

AU - Isaacson, Howard

AU - Howard, Andrew W.

AU - Udry, Stéphane

AU - Wilson, Thomas G.

AU - Watson, Christopher A.

AU - Pinamonti, Matteo

AU - Lienhard, Florian

AU - Giacobbe, Paolo

AU - Guerra, Pere

AU - Collins, Karen A.

AU - Beiryla, Allyson

AU - Esquerdo, Gilbert A.

AU - Matthews, Elisabeth

AU - Matson, Rachel A.

AU - Howell, Steve B.

AU - Furlan, Elise

AU - Crossfield, Ian J. M.

AU - Winters, Jennifer G.

AU - Nava, Chantanelle

AU - Ment, Kristo

AU - Lopez, Eric D.

AU - Ricker, George

AU - Vanderspek, Roland

AU - Seager, Sara

AU - Jenkins, Jon M.

AU - Ting, Eric B.

AU - Tenenbaum, Peter

AU - Sozzetti, Alessandro

AU - Sha, Lizhou

AU - Ségransan, Damien

AU - Schlieder, Joshua E.

AU - Sasselov, Dimitar

AU - Roy, Arpita

AU - Robertson, Paul

AU - Rice, Ken

AU - Poretti, Ennio

AU - Piotto, Giampaolo

AU - Phillips, David

AU - Pepper, Joshua

AU - Pepe, Francesco

AU - Molinari, Emilio

AU - Mocnik, Teo

AU - Micela, Giuseppina

AU - Mayor, Michel

AU - Martinez Fiorenzano, Aldo F.

AU - Mallia, Franco

AU - Lubin, Jack

AU - Lovis, Christophe

AU - López-Morales, Mercedes

AU - Kosiarek, Molly R.

AU - Kielkopf, John F.

AU - Kane, Stephen R.

AU - Jensen, Eric L. N.

AU - Isopi, Giovanni

AU - Huber, Daniel

AU - Hill, Michelle L.

AU - Harutyunyan, Avet

AU - Gonzales, Erica

AU - Giacalone, Steven

AU - Ghedina, Adriano

AU - Ercolino, Andrea

AU - Dumusque, Xavier

AU - Dressing, Courtney D.

AU - Damasso, Mario

AU - Dalba, Paul A.

AU - Cosentino, Rosario

AU - Conti, Dennis M.

AU - Colón, Knicole D.

AU - Collins, Kevin I.

AU - Cameron, Andrew Collier

AU - Ciardi, David

AU - Christiansen, Jessie

AU - Chontos, Ashley

AU - Cecconi, Massimo

AU - Caldwell, Douglas A.

AU - Burke, Christopher

AU - Buchhave, Lars

AU - Beichman, Charles

AU - Behmard, Aida

AU - Beard, Corey

AU - Akana Murphy, Joseph M.

N1 - Funding: R.C. is supported by a grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in support of the TESS science mission. M.P. gratefully acknowledges the support from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No. 313014 (ETAEARTH). J.M.A.M. gratefully acknowledges support from the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program under grant No. DGE-1842400. J.M.A.M. also thanks the LSSTC Data Science Fellowship Program, which is funded by LSSTC, NSF Cybertraining grant No. 1829740, the Brinson Foundation, and the Moore Foundation. This work has been partially supported by the National Aeronautics and Administration under grant No.NNX17AB59G issued through the Exoplanets Research Program. The MEarth Team gratefully acknowledges funding from the David and Lucile Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering (awarded to D.C.). This material is based onwork supported by the National Science Foundation undergrants AST-0807690, AST-1109468, AST-1004488 (Alan T.Waterman Award), and AST-1616624. This work is made possible by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation.

PY - 2020/7

Y1 - 2020/7

N2 - Small planets on close-in orbits tend to exhibit envelope mass fractions of either effectively zero or up to a few percent depending on their size and orbital period. Models of thermally driven atmospheric mass loss and of terrestrial planet formation in a gas-poor environment make distinct predictions regarding the location of this rocky/nonrocky transition in period-radius space. Here we present the confirmation of TOI-1235 b (P = 3.44 days, rp = 1.738-0.076+0.087 R⊕), a planet whose size and period are intermediatebetween the competing model predictions, thus making the system animportant test case for emergence models of the rocky/nonrockytransition around early M dwarfs (Rs = 0.630 ± 0.015 R⊙, Ms = 0.640 ± 0.016 M⊙). We confirm the TESS planet discovery using reconnaissance spectroscopy, ground-based photometry, high-resolution imaging, and aset of 38 precise radial velocities (RVs) from HARPS-N and HIRES. We measure a planet mass of 6.91-0.85+0.75 M⊕, which implies an iron core mass fraction of 20-12+15% in the absence of a gaseous envelope. The bulk composition of TOI-1235 b is therefore consistent with being Earth-like, and we constrain an H/He envelope mass fraction to be <0.5% at 90% confidence. Our results are consistent with model predictions from thermally driven atmospheric mass loss but not with gas-poor formation, suggesting that the former class of processes remains efficient at sculpting close-in planets around early M dwarfs. Our RV analysis also reveals a strong periodicity close to the first harmonic of the photometrically determined stellar rotation period that we treat as stellar activity, despite other lines of evidence favoring a planetary origin (P = 21.8-0.8+0.8 days, mp sin i = 13.0-5.3+3.8 M⊕) that cannot be firmly ruled out by our data.

AB - Small planets on close-in orbits tend to exhibit envelope mass fractions of either effectively zero or up to a few percent depending on their size and orbital period. Models of thermally driven atmospheric mass loss and of terrestrial planet formation in a gas-poor environment make distinct predictions regarding the location of this rocky/nonrocky transition in period-radius space. Here we present the confirmation of TOI-1235 b (P = 3.44 days, rp = 1.738-0.076+0.087 R⊕), a planet whose size and period are intermediatebetween the competing model predictions, thus making the system animportant test case for emergence models of the rocky/nonrockytransition around early M dwarfs (Rs = 0.630 ± 0.015 R⊙, Ms = 0.640 ± 0.016 M⊙). We confirm the TESS planet discovery using reconnaissance spectroscopy, ground-based photometry, high-resolution imaging, and aset of 38 precise radial velocities (RVs) from HARPS-N and HIRES. We measure a planet mass of 6.91-0.85+0.75 M⊕, which implies an iron core mass fraction of 20-12+15% in the absence of a gaseous envelope. The bulk composition of TOI-1235 b is therefore consistent with being Earth-like, and we constrain an H/He envelope mass fraction to be <0.5% at 90% confidence. Our results are consistent with model predictions from thermally driven atmospheric mass loss but not with gas-poor formation, suggesting that the former class of processes remains efficient at sculpting close-in planets around early M dwarfs. Our RV analysis also reveals a strong periodicity close to the first harmonic of the photometrically determined stellar rotation period that we treat as stellar activity, despite other lines of evidence favoring a planetary origin (P = 21.8-0.8+0.8 days, mp sin i = 13.0-5.3+3.8 M⊕) that cannot be firmly ruled out by our data.

KW - Radial velocity

KW - M dwarf stars

KW - Transit photometry

KW - Exoplanet formation

KW - Exoplanet structure

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DO - 10.3847/1538-3881/ab9534

M3 - Article

VL - 160

JO - Astronomical Journal

JF - Astronomical Journal

SN - 0004-6256

IS - 1

M1 - 22

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    Cloutier, R., Eastman, J. D., Rodriguez, J. E., Astudillo-Defru, N., Bonfils, X., Mortier, A., Watson, C. A., Stalport, M., Pinamonti, M., Lienhard, F., Harutyunyan, A., Damasso, M., Latham, D. W., Collins, K. A., Massey, R., Irwin, J., Winters, J. G., Charbonneau, D., Ziegler, C., Matthews, E. & 67 others, Crossfield, I. J. M., Kreidberg, L., Quinn, S. N., Ricker, G., Vanderspek, R., Seager, S., Winn, J., Jenkins, J. M., Vezie, M., Udry, S., Twicken, J. D., Tenenbaum, P., Sozzetti, A., Ségransan, D., Schlieder, J. E., Sasselov, D., Santos, N. C., Rice, K., Rackham, B. V., Poretti, E., Piotto, G., Phillips, D., Pepe, F., Molinari, E., Mignon, L., Micela, G., Melo, C., de Medeiros, J. R., Mayor, M., Matson, R. A., Martinez Fiorenzano, A. F., Mann, A. W., Magazzú, A., Lovis, C., López-Morales, M., Lopez, E., Lissauer, J. J., Lépine, S., Law, N., Kielkopf, J. F., Johnson, J. A., Jensen, E. L. N., Howell, S. B., Gonzales, E., Ghedina, A., Forveille, T., Figueira, P., Dumusque, X., Dressing, C. D., Doyon, R., Díaz, R. F., Fabrizio, L. D., Delfosse, X., Cosentino, R., Conti, D. M., Collins, K. I., Cameron, A. C., Ciardi, D., Caldwell, D. A., Burke, C., Buchhave, L., Briceño, C., Boyd, P., Bouchy, F., Beichman, C., Artigau, É. & Almenara, J. M., Jul 2020, In : Astronomical Journal. 160, 1, 21 p., 3.

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  2. Erratum: “An 11 Earth-mass, long-period sub-Neptune orbiting a Sun-like star” (2019, AJ, 158, 165)

    Mayo, A. W., Rajpaul, V. M., Buchhave, L. A., Dressing, C. D., Mortier, A., Zeng, L., Fortenbach, C. D., Aigrain, S., Bonomo, A. S., Collier Cameron, A., Charbonneau, D., Coffinet, A., Cosentino, R., Damasso, M., Dumusque, X., Martinez Fiorenzano, A. F., Haywood, R. D., Latham, D. W., López-Morales, M., Malavolta, L. & 10 others, Micela, G., Molinari, E., Pearce, L., Pepe, F., Phillips, D., Piotto, G., Poretti, E., Rice, K., Sozzetti, A. & Udry, S., Jan 2020, In : Astronomical Journal. 159, 1, 2 p., 34.

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  3. OGLE-2013-BLG-0911Lb: a secondary on the brown-dwarf planet boundary around an M-dwarf

    Miyazaki, S., Sumi, T., Bennett, D. P., Udalski, A., Shvartzvald, Y., Street, R., Bozza, V., Yee, J. C., Bond, I. A., Rattenbury, N., Koshimoto, N., Suzuki, D., Fukui, A., Abe, F., Bhattacharya, A., Barry, R., Donachie, M., Fujii, H., Hirao, Y., Itow, Y. & 76 others, Kamei, Y., Kondo, I., Li, M. C. A., Ling, C. H., Matsubara, Y., Matsuo, T., Muraki, Y., Nagakane, M., Ohnishi, K., Ranc, C., Saito, T., Sharan, A., Shibai, H., Suematsu, H., Sullivan, D. J., Tristram, P. J., Yamakawa, T., Yonehara, A., Skowron, J., Poleski, R., Mróz, P., Szymański, M. K., Soszyński, I., Pietrukowicz, P., KozŁowski, S., Ulaczyk, K., Wyrzykowski, L., Friedmann, M., Kaspi, S., Maoz, D., Albrow, M., Christie, G., DePoy, D. L., Gal-Yam, A., Gould, A., Lee, C. -U., Manulis, I., McCormick, J., Natusch, T., Ngan, H., Pogge, R. W., Porritt, I., Tsapras, Y., Bachelet, E., Hundertmark, M. P. G., Dominik, M., Bramich, D. M., Cassan, A., Jaimes, R. F., Horne, K., Schmidt, R., Snodgrass, C., Wambsganss, J., Steele, I. A., Menzies, J., Mao, S., Jørgensen, U. G., Burgdorf, M. J., Ciceri, S., Novati, S. C., D'Ago, G., Evans, D. F., Hinse, T. C., Kains, N., Kerins, E., Korhonen, H., Mancini, L., Popovas, A., Rabus, M., Rahvar, S., Scarpetta, G., Skottfelt, J., Southworth, J., D'Ago, G., Peixinho, N. & Verma, P., 31 Jan 2020, In : Astronomical Journal. 159, 2, 15 p., 76.

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  4. OGLE-2017-BLG-0406: Spitzer microlens parallax reveals Saturn-mass planet orbiting M-dwarf host in the inner galactic disk

    Hirao, Y., Bennett, D. P., Ryu, Y-H., Koshimoto, N., Udalski, A., Yee, J. C., Sumi, T., Bond, I. A., Shvartzvald, Y., Abe, F., Barry, R. K., Bhattacharya, A., Donachie, M., Fukui, A., Itow, Y., Kondo, I., Li, M. C. A., Matsubara, Y., Matsuo, T., Miyazaki, S. & 76 others, Muraki, Y., Nagakane, M., Ranc, C., Rattenbury, N. J., Suematsu, H., Shibai, H., Suzuki, D., Tristram, P. J., Yonehara, A., Skowron, J., Poleski, R., Mroz, P., Szymanski, M. K., Soszynski, I., Kozlowski, S., Pietrukowicz, P., Ulaczyk, K., Rybicki, K., Iwanek, P., Albrow, M. D., Chung, S-J., Gould, A., Han, C., Hwang, K-H., Jung, Y. K., Shin, I-G., Zang, W., Cha, S-M., Kim, D-J., Kim, H-W., Kim, S-L., Lee, C-U., Lee, D-J., Lee, Y., Park, B-G., Pogge, R. W., Beichman, C. A., Bryden, G., Calchi Novati, S., Carey, S., Gaudi, B. S., Henderson, C. B., Zhu, W., Bachelet, E., Bolt, G., Christie, G., Hundertmark, M., Natusch, T., Maoz, D., McCormick, J., Street, R. A., Tan, T-G., Tsapras, Y., Jorgensen, U. G., Dominik, M., Bozza, V., Skottfelt, J., Snodgrass, C., Ciceri, S., Figuera Jaimes, R., Evans, D. F., Peixinho, N., Hinse, T. C., Burgdorf, M. J., Southworth, J., Rahvar, S., Sajadian, S., Rabus, M., von Essen, C., Fujii, Y. I., Campbell-White, J., Lowry, S., Helling, C., Mancini, L., Haikala, L. & Kandori, R., Aug 2020, In : Astronomical Journal. 160, 2, 20 p., 74.

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