Colour-magnitude diagrams of transiting Exoplanets - II. A larger sample from photometric distances

  title={Colour-magnitude diagrams of transiting Exoplanets - II. A larger sample from photometric distances},
  author={A. Triaud and A. Lanotte and B. Smalley and M. Gillon},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  • A. Triaud, A. Lanotte, +1 author M. Gillon
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Colour-magnitude diagrams form a traditional way of presenting luminous objects in the Universe and compare them to each others. Here, we estimate the photometric distance of 44 transiting exoplanetary systems. Parallaxes for seven systems conrm our methodology. Combining those measurements with uxes obtained while planets were occulted by their host stars, we compose colour-magnitude diagrams in the near and mid-infrared. When possible, planets are plotted alongside very low-mass stars and eld… CONTINUE READING
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