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  • Early Results from the HUMDRUM Survey: A Small, Earth-mass Planet Orbits TOI-1450A
    M-dwarf stars provide us with an ideal opportunity to study nearby small planets. The HUnting for M Dwarf Rocky planets Using MAROON-X (HUMDRUM) survey uses the MAROON-X spectrograph, which is ideally suited to studying these stars, to measure precise masses of a volume-limited (<30 pc) sample of transiting M-dwarf planets. TOI-1450 is a nearby (22
    Brady, Madison et al.

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    8
    2024
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  • Gaia22dkvLb: A Microlensing Planet Potentially Accessible to Radial-velocity Characterization
    We report discovering an exoplanet from following up a microlensing event alerted by Gaia. The event Gaia22dkv is toward a disk source rather than the traditional bulge microlensing fields. Our primary analysis yields a Jovian planet with at a projected orbital separation au, and the host is a ∼1.1 M ⊙ turnoff star at ∼1.3 kpc. At , the host is far
    Wu, Zexuan et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    8
    2024
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  • LIGHTS. Survey Overview and a Search for Low Surface Brightness Satellite Galaxies
    We present an overview of the LBT Imaging of Galactic Halos and Tidal Structures survey, which currently includes 25 nearby galaxies that are on average ∼1 mag fainter than the Milky Way, and a catalog of 54 low central surface brightness (24 < μ 0,g /mag arcsec ‑2 < 28) satellite galaxy candidates, most of which were previously uncatalogued. The
    Zaritsky, Dennis et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    8
    2024
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  • The Early Data Release of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument
    The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) completed its 5 month Survey Validation in 2021 May. Spectra of stellar and extragalactic targets from Survey Validation constitute the first major data sample from the DESI survey. This paper describes the public release of those spectra, the catalogs of derived properties, and the intermediate data
    DESI Collaboration et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    8
    2024
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  • TOpI-2447 b / NGTS-29 b: a 69-day Saturn around a Solar analogue
    Discovering transiting exoplanets with relatively long orbital periods (>10 d) is crucial to facilitate the study of cool exoplanet atmospheres (T eq < 700 K) and to understand exoplanet formation and inward migration further out than typical transiting exoplanets. In order to discover these longer period transiting exoplanets, long-term
    Gill, Samuel et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    8
    2024
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  • A fast neural emulator for interstellar chemistry
    Astrochemical models are important tools to interpret observations of molecular and atomic species in different environments. However, these models are time-consuming, precluding a thorough exploration of the parameter space, leading to uncertainties and biased results. Using neural networks to simulate the behaviour of astrochemical models is a
    Asensio Ramos, A. et al.

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    7
    2024
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