HATS-7b: A Hot Super Neptune Transiting a Quiet K Dwarf Star

@article{Bakos2015HATS7bAH,
  title={HATS-7b: A Hot Super Neptune Transiting a Quiet K Dwarf Star},
  author={G'asp'ar 'A. Bakos and Kaloyan Penev and Daniel Bayliss and Joel D. Hartman and G. Zhou and Rafael Brahm and Luigi Mancini and Miguel de Val-Borro and W. Bhatti and Andr'es Jord'an and Markus Rabus and N{\'e}stor Espinoza and Zolt{\'a}n Csubry and Andrew W. Howard and Benjamin J. Fulton and Lars A. Buchhave and Simona Ciceri and Th. Henning and B P Schmidt and Howard T. Isaacson and Robert W. Noyes and Geoffrey W. Marcy and Vincent Suc and Alex R. Howe and Adam Burrows and J'ozsef L'az'ar and Istv{\'a}n Papp and Programming Princeton and ANUAustralia and Obs.Geneva and PUCChile and Mas and Mpia and Ifa and Nsf Fellow and Cfa and University of Copenhagen and Ucb and HASBudapest},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
IW ../submit_V2/abstract.txt ( Row 1 Col 1 6:48 Ctrl-K H for help We report the discovery by the HATSouth network of HATS-7b, a transiting Super-Neptune with a mass of 0.120+/-0.012MJ, a radius of 0.563+/-(0.046,0.034)RJ, and an orbital period of 3.1853days. The host star is a moderately bright (V=13.340+/-0.010mag, K_S=10.976+/-0.026mag) K dwarf star with a mass of 0.849+/-0.027Msun , a radius of 0.815+/-(0.049,-0.035)Rsun, and a metallicity of [Fe/H]=+0.250+/-0.080. The star is… Expand
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