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2020AJ....159..267B - Astron. J., 159, 267-267 (2020/June-0)

HATS-71b: a giant planet transiting an M3 dwarf star in TESS sector 1.

BAKOS G.A., BAYLISS D., BENTO J., BHATTI W., BRAHM R., CSUBRY Z., ESPINOZA N., HARTMAN J.D., HENNING T., JORDAN A., MANCINI L., PENEV K., RABUS M., SARKIS P., SUC V., DE VAL-BORRO M., ZHOU G., BUTLER R.P., CRANE J., DURKAN S., SHECTMAN S., KIM J., LAZAR J., PAPP I., SARI P., RICKER G., VANDERSPEK R., LATHAM D.W., SEAGER S., WINN J.N., JENKINS J., CHACON A.D., FURESZ G., GOEKE B., LI J., QUINN S., QUINTANA E.V., TENENBAUM P., TESKE J., VEZIE M., YU L., STOCKDALE C., EVANS P. and RELLES H.M.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report the discovery of HATS-71b, a transiting gas giant planet on a P=3.7955 day orbit around a G=15.35 mag M3 dwarf star. HATS-71 is the coolest M dwarf star known to host a hot Jupiter. The loss of light during transits is 4.7%, more than in any other confirmed transiting planet system. The planet was identified as a candidate by the ground-based HATSouth transit survey. It was confirmed using ground-based photometry, spectroscopy, and imaging, as well as space-based photometry from the NASA Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite mission (TIC 234523599). Combining all of these data, and utilizing Gaia DR2, we find that the planet has a radius of 1.024±0.018RJ and mass of 0.37±0.24MJ (95% confidence upper limit of < 0.80MJ), while the star has a mass of 0.4861±0.0060M and a radius of 0.4783±0.0060R.

Abstract Copyright: © 2020. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): Exoplanets - Exoplanet detection methods - Transit photometry - Radial velocity - Astronomical instrumentation - Observational astronomy

Status at CDS : Large table(s) of objects being ingested in VizieR.

Simbad objects: 11

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