EDEN: Sensitivity Analysis and Transiting Planet Detection Limits for Nearby Late Red Dwarfs

24 Feb 2020 Gibbs Aidan Bixel Alex Rackham Benjamin Apai Daniel Schlecker Martin Espinoza Nestor Mancini Luigi Chen Wen-Ping Henning Thomas Gabor Paul Boyle Richard Chavez Jose Perez Mousseau Allie Dietrich Jeremy Socia Quentin Jay Ip Wing Ngeow Chow-Choong Tsai Anli Bhandare Asmita Marian Victor Baehr Hans Brown Samantha Haberle Maximilian Keppler Miriam Molaverdikhani Karan Sarkis Paula

Small planets are common around late-M dwarfs and can be detected through highly precise photometry by the transit method. Planets orbiting nearby stars are particularly important as they are often the best-suited for future follow-up studies... (read more)

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  • EARTH AND PLANETARY ASTROPHYSICS
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