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A temperate rocky super-Earth transiting a nearby cool star
M dwarf stars, which have masses less than 60 per cent that of the Sun, make up 75 per cent of the population of the stars in the Galaxy. The atmospheres of orbiting Earth-sized planets areExpand
A rocky planet transiting a nearby low-mass star
M-dwarf stars—hydrogen-burning stars that are smaller than 60 per cent of the size of the Sun—are the most common class of star in our Galaxy and outnumber Sun-like stars by a ratio of 12:1. RecentExpand
A second planet with an Earth-like composition orbiting the nearby M dwarf LHS 1140
LHS 1140 is a nearby mid-M dwarf known to host a temperate rocky super-Earth (LHS 1140 b) on a 24.737-day orbit. Based on photometric observations by MEarth and Spitzer as well as DopplerExpand
Spin transition in heptanuclear star-shaped iron(III)–antimony(V) NCS- and CN-bridged compounds
Abstract The precursor [FeIII(L)Cl] (LH2 = N,N′-bis(2′-hydroxy-benzyliden)-1,6-diamino-3-azahexane) has been prepared and Mossbauer spectroscopy assigned a high-spin (S = 5/2) state at roomExpand
A HARPS view on K 2-3 ? , ? ?
K2 space observations recently found that three super-Earths transit the nearby M dwarf K2-3. The apparent brightness and the small physical radius of their host star rank these planets amongst theExpand