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Final Report for SAG 22: A Target Star Archive for Exoplanet Science

@inproceedings{Hinkel2021FinalRF,
  title={Final Report for SAG 22: A Target Star Archive for Exoplanet Science},
  author={Natalie R. Hinkel and Joshua A. Pepper and Christopher C. Stark and Jennifer A. Burt and David R. Ciardi and Kevin K. Hardegree-Ullman and Jacob Lustig-Yaeger and Ravi kumar Kopparapu and Lokesh Mishra and Karan Molaverdikhani and Ilaria Pascucci and Tyler Richey-Yowell and Emily Safron and David J. Wilson and Galen J. Bergsten and Tabetha S. Boyajian and Jos{\'e} Antonio Caballero and Katia Cunha and Alyssa Columbus and Shawn D. Domagal‐Goldman and Chuanfei Dong and R. M. Elowitz and Devanshu Jha and Archit Kalra and David W. Latham and Jacob K. Luhn and Carl Melis and Navya Nagananda and Eliad Peretz and Sabine Reffert and Kimberly Scarangella Smith and Keivan G. Stassun and Angelle M. Tanner and Noah W. Tuchow and Dimitri Veras and Jennifer G. Winters},
  year={2021}
}
Present and upcoming NASA missions will be intensively observing a selected, partially overlapping set of stars for exoplanet studies. Key physical and chemical information about these stars and their systems is needed for planning observations and interpreting the results. A target star archive of such data would benefit a wide cross-section of the exoplanet community by enhancing the chances of mission success and improving the efficiency of mission observatories. It would also provide a… 

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