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  • Characterising TOI-732 b and c: New insights into the M-dwarf radius and density valley

    Context. TOI-732 is an M dwarf hosting two transiting planets that are located on the two opposite sides of the radius valley. Inferring a reliable demographics for this type of systems is key to understanding their formation and evolution mechanisms. Aims: By doubling the number of available space-based observations and increasing the number of

    Bonfanti, A. et al.

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  • Constraining the reflective properties of WASP-178 b using CHEOPS photometry

    Context. Multiwavelength photometry of the secondary eclipses of extrasolar planets is able to disentangle the reflected and thermally emitted light radiated from the planetary dayside. Based on this, we can measure the planetary geometric albedo Ag, which is an indicator of the presence of clouds in the atmosphere, and the recirculation efficiency

    Pagano, I. et al.

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  • EWOCS-I: The catalog of X-ray sources in Westerlund 1 from the Extended Westerlund 1 and 2 Open Clusters Survey

    Context. With a mass exceeding several 104 M⊙ and a rich and dense population of massive stars, supermassive young star clusters represent the most massive star-forming environment that is dominated by the feedback from massive stars and gravitational interactions among stars. Aims: In this paper we present the Extended Westerlund 1 and 2 Open

    Guarcello, M. G. et al.

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  • Is the Atmosphere of the Ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-121 b Variable?

    We present a comprehensive analysis of the Hubble Space Telescope observations of the atmosphere of WASP-121 b, an ultra-hot Jupiter. After reducing the transit, eclipse, and phase-curve observations with a uniform methodology and addressing the biases from instrument systematics, sophisticated atmospheric retrievals are used to extract robust

    Changeat, Q. et al.

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  • JWST observations of the Ring Nebula (NGC 6720): I. Imaging of the rings, globules, and arcs

    We present JWST images of the well-known planetary nebula NGC 6720 (the Ring Nebula), covering wavelengths from 1.6 to 25 $\, \mu$m. The bright shell is strongly fragmented with some 20 000 dense globules, bright in H2, with a characteristic diameter of 0.2 arcsec and density nH ~ 105-106 cm-3. The shell contains a narrow ring of polycyclic

    Wesson, R. et al.

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  • New insights into the role of AGNs in forming the cluster red sequence

    As a considerable investment of time from various telescope facilities was dedicated toward studying the Spiderweb protocluster at z = 2.2, it so far remains one of the most extensively studied protocluster. We report here the latest results in this field, adding a new dimension to previous research on cluster formation at high redshift. Previous

    Shimakawa, Rhythm et al.

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