2015AJ....149..166H


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2015AJ....149..166H - Astron. J., 149, 166 (2015/May-0)

HATS-6b: a warm Saturn transiting an early M dwarf star, and a set of empirical relations for characterizing K and M dwarf planet hosts.

HARTMAN J.D., BAYLISS D., BRAHM R., BAKOS G.A., MANCINI L., JORDAN A., PENEV K., RABUS M., ZHOU G., BUTLER R.P., ESPINOZA N., DE VAL-BORRO M., BHATTI W., CSUBRY Z., CICERI S., HENNING T., SCHMIDT B., ARRIAGADA P., SHECTMAN S., CRANE J., THOMPSON I., SUC V., CSAK B., TAN T.G., NOYES R.W., LAZAR J., PAPP I. and SARI P.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report the discovery by the HATSouth survey of HATS-6b, an extrasolar planet transiting a V = 15.2 mag, i = 13.7 mag M1V star with a mass of 0.57 M and a radius of 0.57 R. HATS-6b has a period of P = 3.3253 d, mass of Mp = 0.32 MJ, radius of Rp = 1.00 RJ, and zero-albedo equilibrium temperature of Teq = 712.8±5.1 K. HATS-6 is one of the lowest mass stars known to host a close-in gas giant planet, and its transits are among the deepest of any known transiting planet system. We discuss the follow-up opportunities afforded by this system, noting that despite the faintness of the host star, it is expected to have the highest K-band S/N transmission spectrum among known gas giant planets with Teq < 750 K. In order to characterize the star we present a new set of empirical relations between the density, radius, mass, bolometric magnitude, and V-, J-, H- and K-band bolometric corrections for main sequence stars with M < 0.80 M, or spectral types later than K5. These relations are calibrated using eclipsing binary components as well as members of resolved binary systems. We account for intrinsic scatter in the relations in a self-consistent manner. We show that from the transit-based stellar density alone it is possible to measure the mass and radius of a ∼0.6 M star to ∼7 and ∼2% precision, respectively. Incorporating additional information, such as the V - K color, or an absolute magnitude, allows the precision to be improved by up to a factor of two.

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Journal keyword(s): planetary systems - stars: individual: HATS-6 - techniques: photometric - techniques: spectroscopic

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Number of rows : 64

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
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1 CD-39 325 EB* 01 13 28.164576 -38 21 02.65032   13.17 11.72 11.38 9.693 M1V+M3V 36 0
2 V* UV Psc EB* 01 16 55.1192705826 +06 48 42.131128899   9.73 9.01   8.223 G5(N) 247 0
3 G 272-61A Er* 01 39 01.3765356886 -17 57 02.399297242           M5.5V 103 0
4 G 272-61B Er* 01 39 01.6334059022 -17 57 01.121866655           M6V 804 0
5 V* BX Tri EB* 02 20 50.850720 +33 20 47.55228   14.86 13.37 12.98 10.98 ~ 39 0
6 2MASS J03262072+0312362 EB* 03 26 20.7332406184 +03 12 36.343249114           ~ 18 0
7 LP 54-19 SB* 03 37 14.0814772871 +69 10 49.778858465   15.5   13.991   M3.8+M4.4 50 0
8 2MASS J04480963+0317480 EB* 04 48 09.6324631038 +03 17 48.087625072     15.06 15.76   ~ 18 0
9 GSC 06465-00602 ** 04 48 23.3159683517 -24 50 16.879750333   14.052 13.605     ~ 7 0
10 GSC 06493-00315 ** 05 42 49.1144428517 -25 59 47.445997677   13.580 13.114     ~ 8 0
11 HATS-6b Pl 05 52 35.2366541380 -19 01 53.970515066           ~ 36 0
12 HATS-6 * 05 52 35.2366541380 -19 01 53.970515066   16.664 15.160     M1V 12 0
13 Ross 614 Er* 06 29 23.3915175239 -02 48 48.803911021 13.942 12.764 11.071 9.77 8.05 M4.5V 334 0
14 Ross 614B PM* 06 29 23.52 -02 48 51.1   16 14.23     ~ 96 0
15 HAT-P-54 * 06 39 35.5182490792 +25 28 57.157090859   14.832 13.505     ~ 14 0
16 V* YY Gem BY* 07 34 37.4475372002 +31 52 10.181030942 11.60 10.56 9.27 7.69 6.67 M0.5VeFe-2 830 0
17 2MASS J07431157+0316220 EB* 07 43 11.5725336659 +03 16 22.102198067       16.02   ~ 16 0
18 LP 424-4 PM* 07 59 05.8395618539 +15 23 29.240025256   13.5   11.934   M2.0Ve 82 1
19 V* CU Cnc Er* 08 31 37.5740891049 +19 23 39.398696822   12.83 11.809 11.592   M5Ve 205 0
20 HD 80606b Pl 09 22 37.5769478105 +50 36 13.434928660           ~ 284 1
21 WASP-43 PM* 10 19 38.0089444408 -09 48 22.603103969   13.4 12.4 12.08 11.10 K7V 93 1
22 2MASS J10305521+0334265 EB* 10 30 55.2108959165 +03 34 26.721961126           ~ 18 0
23 FBS 1109+767 EB* 11 12 42.3412918233 +76 26 56.388992336   16.1   14.8   M4V 49 0
24 CD-39 7570 EB* 12 19 21.0335517307 -39 51 25.582980593   11.10 10.32     K0V 14 0
25 Wolf 424 Er* 12 33 17.361480 +09 01 15.79224 15.398 14.313 12.467 10.937 8.988 M5.5V 305 0
26 FBS 1345+796 EB* 13 45 34.8704916235 +79 23 48.292679335     13.363 13.074   M4/5 40 0
27 NAME Proxima Centauri Er* 14 29 42.9451234609 -62 40 46.170818907 14.21 12.95 11.13 9.45 7.41 M5.5Ve 1044 0
28 HD 131976 SB* 14 57 26.53330 -21 24 41.5778 10.759 9.559 8.065 7.075 9.02 M1.5V 228 1
29 V* GU Boo EB* 15 21 54.8242649848 +33 56 09.067728168     13.11     M0/M1.5 89 0
30 G 179-55 PM* 15 47 27.4120889015 +45 07 51.348182943   15.20 13.61 13.246   M4Ve 39 0
31 G 202-45 SB* 16 24 09.3137145795 +48 21 11.107573476   12.099       M3.0Ve 171 1
32 V* CM Dra BY* 16 34 20.3299130309 +57 09 44.365524588   14.50 12.87 10.85 9.26 M4.5V 411 0
33 HD 152751 Er* 16 55 28.75758 -08 20 10.7876 11.647 10.593 9.023 7.937 6.565 M3.5Ve 494 1
34 HD 155876 SB* 17 12 07.91174 +45 39 57.2157   10.250 9.523 9.3   M3V 202 0
35 * 70 Oph B PM* 18 05 27.4622283249 +02 29 56.223591080   7.26 6.07 5.6   K4V 105 0
36 * chi Dra SB* 18 21 03.38255 +72 43 58.2518 4.010 4.070 3.580 3.14 2.83 F7V 388 1
37 Kepler-1651 Er* 18 54 30.7992957242 +48 23 27.663668885   15.36 13.81 13.49   M2V 38 1
38 Kepler-26 Ro* 18 59 45.8407041655 +46 33 59.438034099           M0V 73 1
39 Kepler-26b Pl 18 59 45.8407041655 +46 33 59.438034099           ~ 44 1
40 G 207-16 ** 19 07 42.98736 +32 32 41.7012   12.97 11.26 10.1 8.65 M3V 69 0
41 G 205-57 EB* 19 10 14.284032 +46 57 24.10632   14.93 13.38 13.01   M+M 53 0
42 Kepler-16b Pl 19 16 18.1759181246 +51 45 26.777781114           ~ 119 1
43 V* V568 Lyr EB* 19 20 57.3348146938 +37 45 36.743272555   18.295   16.823   ~ 39 0
44 KOI-362 EB* 19 23 59.2555289669 +37 11 57.176277204       13.78   ~ 32 2
45 Kepler-45 Ro* 19 31 29.4966619067 +41 03 51.356309221     16.88 16.63   M1V 77 1
46 Kepler-45b Pl 19 31 29.4966619067 +41 03 51.356309221           ~ 65 1
47 2MASS J19341550+3628271 EB* 19 34 15.5139584148 +36 28 27.164541066           M2.7 12 0
48 WTS-2b Pl 19 34 55.8667829791 +36 48 55.847125414           ~ 15 2
49 HD 186922 SB* 19 39 06.3740422 +76 25 19.288153   8.96   7.5   K2 65 0
50 KIC 5024447 EB* 19 41 16.8477150692 +40 07 27.520998139   15.714 15.090   14.34 ~ 19 0
51 KOI-126 EB* 19 49 54.2016304154 +41 06 51.427612209           ~ 86 1
52 HD 189733b Pl 20 00 43.7130382888 +22 42 39.071811263           ~ 1177 1
53 2MASS J20115132+0337194 EB* 20 11 51.3220588809 +03 37 19.424113626       16.02   ~ 16 0
54 WASP-80b Pl 20 12 40.1691752075 -02 08 39.191157456           ~ 72 1
55 WASP-80 PM* 20 12 40.1691752075 -02 08 39.191157456   12.810 11.939 11.510 10.279 K7V-M0V 41 1
56 1SWASP J201521.94+481714.1 EB* 20 15 21.9385164672 +48 17 14.073735352   11.55 10.95 10.600   ~ 9 0
57 G 24-16 Er* 20 29 48.3179167836 +09 41 20.590506834       12.728   M4.5V 142 0
58 HD 195987 SB* 20 32 51.6401132416 +41 53 54.595343713   7.89   6.6   G9V 153 0
59 BD+34 4217B * 20 58 13.376 +35 10 30.43           ~ 3 0
60 Wolf 922 PM* 21 31 18.5690289199 -09 47 26.482273373 14.901 13.670 12.006 10.708 9.038 M4.5V 147 0
61 HD 239960A PM* 22 27 59.5575482946 +57 41 42.080559778   11.82 11.41     M3V 25 0
62 HD 239960B Er* 22 27 59.7956021455 +57 41 49.746752678           M4V 167 0
63 V* EZ Aqr Er* 22 38 33.576000 -15 17 59.75700 15.762 14.33 12.38 12.12 8.677 M5V 287 1
64 2MASS J23143816+0339493 EB* 23 14 38.1602146762 +03 39 49.365064698       16.67   ~ 21 0

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