A Five-Planet Resonant Chain: Reevaluation of the Kepler-80 System

@article{MacDonald2021AFR,
  title={A Five-Planet Resonant Chain: Reevaluation of the Kepler-80 System},
  author={Mariah G. MacDonald and Cody J. Shakespeare and Darin Ragozzine},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={162}
}
Since the launch of the Kepler space telescope in 2009 and the subsequent K2 mission, hundreds of multiplanet systems have been discovered. The study of such systems, both as individual systems and as a population, leads to a better understanding of planetary formation and evolution. Kepler-80, a K dwarf hosting six super-Earths, was the first system known to have four planets in a chain of resonances, a repeated geometric configuration. Transiting planets in resonant chains can enable us to… 
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