2015ApJ...813..111B


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2015ApJ...813..111B - Astrophys. J., 813, 111 (2015/November-2)

HATS-7b: a hot super Neptune transiting a quiet K dwarf star.

BAKOS G.A., PENEV K., BAYLISS D., HARTMAN J.D., ZHOU G., BRAHM R., MANCINI L., DE VAL-BORRO M., BHATTI W., JORDAN A., RABUS M., ESPINOZA N., CSUBRY Z., HOWARD A.W., FULTON B.J., BUCHHAVE L.A., CICERI S., HENNING T., SCHMIDT B., ISAACSON H., NOYES R.W., MARCY G.W., SUC V., HOWE A.R., BURROWS A.S., LAZAR J., PAPP I. and SARI P.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report the discovery by the HATSouth network of HATS-7b, a transiting Super-Neptune with a mass of 0.120±0.012, a radius of, and an orbital period of 3.1853 days. The host star is a moderately bright ( mag, mag) K dwarf star with a mass of 0.849±0.027, a radius of, and a metallicity of The star is photometrically quiet to within the precision of the HATSouth measurements, has low RV jitter, and shows no evidence for chromospheric activity in its spectrum. HATS-7b is the second smallest radius planet discovered by a wide-field ground-based transit survey, and one of only a handful of Neptune-size planets with mass and radius determined to 10% precision. Theoretical modeling of HATS-7b yields a hydrogen-helium fraction of 18±4% (rock-iron core and H2-He envelope), or 9±4% (ice core and H2-He envelope), i.e., it has a composition broadly similar to that of Uranus and Neptune, and very different from that of Saturn, which has 75% of its mass in H2-He. Based on a sample of transiting exoplanets with accurately (<20%) determined parameters, we establish approximate power-law relations for the envelopes of the mass-density distribution of exoplanets. HATS-7b, which, together with the recently discovered HATS-8b, is one of the first two transiting super-Neptunes discovered in the Southern sky, is a prime target for additional follow-up observations with Southern hemisphere facilities to characterize the atmospheres of Super-Neptunes (which we define as objects with mass greater than that of Neptune, and smaller than halfway between that of Neptune and Saturn, i.e.,).

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Journal keyword(s): stars: individual: HATS-7 - techniques: photometric - techniques: radial velocities - techniques: spectroscopic

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/ApJ/813/111): table2.dat>

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Simbad objects: 18

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Number of rows : 18

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 GJ 3470 b Pl 07 59 05.8395618539 +15 23 29.240025256           ~ 136 1
2 LP 424-4 PM* 07 59 05.8395618539 +15 23 29.240025256   13.5   11.934   M2.0Ve 68 1
3 HD 97658b Pl 11 14 33.1613362847 +25 42 37.391912066           ~ 126 1
4 Ross 905b Pl 11 42 11.0932 +26 42 23.653           ~ 567 1
5 Ross 905 PM* 11 42 11.0933874353 +26 42 23.658083337   12.06 10.613 10.272 8.24 M3V 484 1
6 HATS-7 * 13 55 25.6669508861 -21 12 27.722673542   14.36 13.34 13.17   K2V 6 0
7 HATS-7b Pl 13 55 25.6669508861 -21 12 27.722673542           ~ 18 0
8 HAT-P-26b Pl 14 12 37.5329989220 +04 03 36.117671696           ~ 91 1
9 HAT-P-26 PM* 14 12 37.5329989220 +04 03 36.117671696   12.33 11.76 11.56   K1 32 1
10 HAT-P-18b Pl 17 05 23.1475847690 +33 00 44.939145027           ~ 52 1
11 NAME LHS 3275b Pl 17 15 18.94 +04 57 49.7           ~ 512 1
12 KOI-46.01 Pl 18 53 01.3205769348 +48 21 18.783753709           ~ 32 0
13 KOI-377.02 Pl 19 02 17.7544105084 +38 24 03.177247136           ~ 76 1
14 KOI-2937.02 Pl 19 37 59.2726236478 +46 41 22.952068619           ~ 71 1
15 HATS-8b Pl? 19 39 46.0127075591 -25 44 54.009190372           ~ 20 0
16 KOI-3.01 Pl 19 50 50.2474562793 +48 04 51.097364378           ~ 268 1
17 KOI-1574.02 Pl 19 51 40.0490992347 +46 57 54.427022288           ~ 28 1
18 WASP-59b Pl 23 18 29.54 +24 53 21.4           ~ 24 1

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