KELT-16b: A highly irradiated, ultra-short period hot Jupiter nearing tidal disruption

@article{Oberst2016KELT16bAH,
  title={KELT-16b: A highly irradiated, ultra-short period hot Jupiter nearing tidal disruption},
  author={Thomas E. Oberst and Joseph E. Rodriguez and Knicole d. Col'on and Daniel Angerhausen and Allyson Bieryla and Henry Ngo and Daniel J. Stevens and Keivan G. Stassun and B. Scott Gaudi and Joshua A. Pepper and Kaloyan Penev and Dimitri Mawet and David W. Latham and Tyler M. Heintz and Baffour W. Osei and Karen A. Collins and John F. Kielkopf and Tiffany Visgaitis and Phillip A. Reed and Alejandra Zulema Calderon Escamilla and Sormeh Yazdi and Kim K. McLeod and Leanne T. Lunsford and Michelle Spencer and Michael D. Joner and Joao Gregorio and Cl{\'e}ment Gaillard and Kyle Matt and Mary Thea Dumont and Denise Catherine Stephens and David H Cohen and Eric L. N. Jensen and Sebastiano Calchi Novati and Valerio Bozza and Jonathan Labadie-Bartz and Robert J. Siverd and Michael B. Lund and Thomas G. Beatty and Jason D. Eastman and Matthew T. Penny and Mark Manner and Roberto Zambelli and Benjamin J. Fulton and Christopher P. J. Stockdale and Darren Lee Depoy and Jennifer L. Marshall and Richard W. Pogge and Andrew P. Gould and Mark Trueblood and Patricia Trueblood},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2016}
}
We announce the discovery of KELT-16b, a highly irradiated, ultra-short period hot Jupiter transiting the relatively bright ($V = 11.7$) star TYC 2688-1839-1. A global analysis of the system shows KELT-16 to be an F7V star with $T_\textrm{eff} = 6236\pm54$ K, $\log{g_\star} = 4.253_{-0.036}^{+0.031}$, [Fe/H] = -0.002$_{-0.085}^{+0.086}$, $M_\star = 1.211_{-0.046}^{+0.043} M_\odot$, and $R_\star = 1.360_{-0.053}^{+0.064} R_\odot$. The planet is a relatively high mass inflated gas giant with $M_… 
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