44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10

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44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10. / Livingston, John H.; Endl, Michael; Dai, Fei; Cochran, William D.; Barragan, Oscar; Gandolfi, Davide; Hirano, Teruyuki; Grziwa, Sascha; Smith, Alexis M. S.; Albrecht, Simon; Cabrera, Juan; Csizmadia, Szilard; de Leon, Jerome P.; Deeg, Hans; Eigmueller, Philipp; Erikson, Anders; Everett, Mark; Fridlund, Malcolm; Fukui, Akihiko; Guenther, Eike W.; Hatzes, Artie P.; Howell, Steve; Korth, Judith; Narita, Norio; Nespral, David; Nowak, Grzegorz; Palle, Enric; Paetzold, Martin; Persson, Carina M.; Prieto-Arranz, Jorge; Rauer, Heike; Tamura, Motohide; Van Eylen, Vincent; Winn, Joshua N.

In: Astronomical Journal, Vol. 156, No. 2, 08.2018.

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Livingston, JH, Endl, M, Dai, F, Cochran, WD, Barragan, O, Gandolfi, D, Hirano, T, Grziwa, S, Smith, AMS, Albrecht, S, Cabrera, J, Csizmadia, S, de Leon, JP, Deeg, H, Eigmueller, P, Erikson, A, Everett, M, Fridlund, M, Fukui, A, Guenther, EW, Hatzes, AP, Howell, S, Korth, J, Narita, N, Nespral, D, Nowak, G, Palle, E, Paetzold, M, Persson, CM, Prieto-Arranz, J, Rauer, H, Tamura, M, Van Eylen, V & Winn, JN 2018, '44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10', Astronomical Journal, vol. 156, no. 2. https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/aaccde

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Livingston, J. H., Endl, M., Dai, F., Cochran, W. D., Barragan, O., Gandolfi, D., ... Winn, J. N. (2018). 44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10. Astronomical Journal, 156(2). https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/aaccde

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Livingston JH, Endl M, Dai F, Cochran WD, Barragan O, Gandolfi D, Hirano T, Grziwa S, Smith AMS, Albrecht S, Cabrera J, Csizmadia S, de Leon JP, Deeg H, Eigmueller P, Erikson A, Everett M, Fridlund M, Fukui A, Guenther EW, Hatzes AP, Howell S, Korth J, Narita N, Nespral D, Nowak G, Palle E, Paetzold M, Persson CM, Prieto-Arranz J, Rauer H, Tamura M, Van Eylen V, Winn JN. 2018. 44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10. Astronomical Journal. 156(2). https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/aaccde

MLA

Livingston, John H. et al. "44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10". Astronomical Journal. 2018. 156(2). https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/aaccde

Vancouver

Livingston JH, Endl M, Dai F, Cochran WD, Barragan O, Gandolfi D et al. 44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10. Astronomical Journal. 2018 Aug;156(2). https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-3881/aaccde

Author

Livingston, John H. ; Endl, Michael ; Dai, Fei ; Cochran, William D. ; Barragan, Oscar ; Gandolfi, Davide ; Hirano, Teruyuki ; Grziwa, Sascha ; Smith, Alexis M. S. ; Albrecht, Simon ; Cabrera, Juan ; Csizmadia, Szilard ; de Leon, Jerome P. ; Deeg, Hans ; Eigmueller, Philipp ; Erikson, Anders ; Everett, Mark ; Fridlund, Malcolm ; Fukui, Akihiko ; Guenther, Eike W. ; Hatzes, Artie P. ; Howell, Steve ; Korth, Judith ; Narita, Norio ; Nespral, David ; Nowak, Grzegorz ; Palle, Enric ; Paetzold, Martin ; Persson, Carina M. ; Prieto-Arranz, Jorge ; Rauer, Heike ; Tamura, Motohide ; Van Eylen, Vincent ; Winn, Joshua N. / 44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10. In: Astronomical Journal. 2018 ; Vol. 156, No. 2.

Bibtex

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title = "44 Validated Planets from K2 Campaign 10",
abstract = "We present 44 validated planets from the 10th observing campaign of the NASA K2 mission, as well as highresolution spectroscopy and speckle imaging follow-up observations. These 44 planets come from an initial set of 72 vetted candidates, which we subjected to a validation process incorporating pixel-level analyses, light curve analyses, observational constraints, and statistical false positive probabilities. Our validated planet sample has median values of R-p = 2.2 R-&, P-orb = 6.9 days, T-eq = 890 K, and J = 11.2 mag. Of particular interest are four ultrashort period planets (P-orb less than or similar to 1 day), 16 planets smaller than 2 R-&, and two planets with large predicted amplitude atmospheric transmission features orbiting infrared-bright stars. We also present 27 planet candidates, most of which are likely to be real and worthy of further observations. Our validated planet sample includes 24 new discoveries and has enhanced the number of currently known super-Earths (R-p approximate to 1-2R(&)), sub-Neptunes (R-p approximate to 2-4R(&)), and subSaturns (R-p approximate to 4-8R(&)) orbiting bright stars (J = 8-10 mag) by similar to 4{\%}, similar to 17{\%}, and similar to 11{\%}, respectively.",
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author = "Livingston, {John H.} and Michael Endl and Fei Dai and Cochran, {William D.} and Oscar Barragan and Davide Gandolfi and Teruyuki Hirano and Sascha Grziwa and Smith, {Alexis M. S.} and Simon Albrecht and Juan Cabrera and Szilard Csizmadia and {de Leon}, {Jerome P.} and Hans Deeg and Philipp Eigmueller and Anders Erikson and Mark Everett and Malcolm Fridlund and Akihiko Fukui and Guenther, {Eike W.} and Hatzes, {Artie P.} and Steve Howell and Judith Korth and Norio Narita and David Nespral and Grzegorz Nowak and Enric Palle and Martin Paetzold and Persson, {Carina M.} and Jorge Prieto-Arranz and Heike Rauer and Motohide Tamura and {Van Eylen}, Vincent and Winn, {Joshua N.}",
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journal = "The Astronomical Journal",
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AU - Livingston, John H.

AU - Endl, Michael

AU - Dai, Fei

AU - Cochran, William D.

AU - Barragan, Oscar

AU - Gandolfi, Davide

AU - Hirano, Teruyuki

AU - Grziwa, Sascha

AU - Smith, Alexis M. S.

AU - Albrecht, Simon

AU - Cabrera, Juan

AU - Csizmadia, Szilard

AU - de Leon, Jerome P.

AU - Deeg, Hans

AU - Eigmueller, Philipp

AU - Erikson, Anders

AU - Everett, Mark

AU - Fridlund, Malcolm

AU - Fukui, Akihiko

AU - Guenther, Eike W.

AU - Hatzes, Artie P.

AU - Howell, Steve

AU - Korth, Judith

AU - Narita, Norio

AU - Nespral, David

AU - Nowak, Grzegorz

AU - Palle, Enric

AU - Paetzold, Martin

AU - Persson, Carina M.

AU - Prieto-Arranz, Jorge

AU - Rauer, Heike

AU - Tamura, Motohide

AU - Van Eylen, Vincent

AU - Winn, Joshua N.

PY - 2018/8

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N2 - We present 44 validated planets from the 10th observing campaign of the NASA K2 mission, as well as highresolution spectroscopy and speckle imaging follow-up observations. These 44 planets come from an initial set of 72 vetted candidates, which we subjected to a validation process incorporating pixel-level analyses, light curve analyses, observational constraints, and statistical false positive probabilities. Our validated planet sample has median values of R-p = 2.2 R-&, P-orb = 6.9 days, T-eq = 890 K, and J = 11.2 mag. Of particular interest are four ultrashort period planets (P-orb less than or similar to 1 day), 16 planets smaller than 2 R-&, and two planets with large predicted amplitude atmospheric transmission features orbiting infrared-bright stars. We also present 27 planet candidates, most of which are likely to be real and worthy of further observations. Our validated planet sample includes 24 new discoveries and has enhanced the number of currently known super-Earths (R-p approximate to 1-2R(&)), sub-Neptunes (R-p approximate to 2-4R(&)), and subSaturns (R-p approximate to 4-8R(&)) orbiting bright stars (J = 8-10 mag) by similar to 4%, similar to 17%, and similar to 11%, respectively.

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KW - techniques: photometric

KW - techniques: spectoscopic

KW - LOW-MASS STARS

KW - SUPER-EARTHS

KW - M-DWARF

KW - SIZED EXOPLANET

KW - BINARY STARS

KW - SPACED DATA

KW - TELESCOPE

KW - TIME

KW - KEPLER-138

KW - CANDIDATES

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DO - 10.3847/1538-3881/aaccde

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VL - 156

JO - The Astronomical Journal

JF - The Astronomical Journal

SN - 0004-6256

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