NGTS-10b: the shortest period hot Jupiter yet discovered

@article{Mccormac2020NGTS10bTS,
  title={NGTS-10b: the shortest period hot Jupiter yet discovered},
  author={J. Mccormac and E. Gillen and J. Jackman and D. J. Brown and D. Bayliss and P. Wheatley and R. West and D. Anderson and David J Armstrong and F. Bouchy and J. T. Briegal and M. R. Burleigh and J. Cabrera and S. Casewell and A. Chaushev and B. Chazelas and P. Chote and B. Cooke and J. C. Costes and S. Csizmadia and P. Eigmuller and A. Erikson and E. Foxell and B. G{\"a}nsicke and M. R. Goad and M. Gunther and S. Hodgkin and M. Hooton and J. Jenkins and G. Lambert and M. Lendl and E. Longstaff and T. Louden and M. Moyano and L. Nielsen and D. Pollacco and D. Queloz and H. Rauer and L. Raynard and A. Smith and B. Smalley and M. Soto and O. Turner and S. Udry and J. I. Vines and S. Walker and Christopher A. Watson Centre for Exoplanets and Habitability and U. Warwick and Coventry CV4 7AL and U. D. O. Physics and UK Astrophysics Group and C. Laboratory and Cambridge and UK Observatoire de Geneve and Universit'e de Geneve and Sauverny and S. D. O. Physics and Astronomy and U. Leicester and University Road and Leicester and LE1 7RH and UK Institute of Planetary Research and German Aerospace Center and 2. Rutherfordstrasse and 12489 Berlin and Germany Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics and T. Berlin and Berlin and G. D. O. Physics and Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and S. Research and M. I. O. Technology and MA 02139 and Usa Institute of Astronomy and U. K. Cambridge and M. Road and Cambridge CB3 0HA and UK Astrophysics Research Centre and S. O. Mathematics and Physics and Queen's University Belfast and BT7 1NN Belfast and U. D. D. Astronomia and U. D. Chile and Casilla and Santiago and Chile Centro de Astrof'isica y Tecnolog'ias Afines and C. I. D. Astronom'ia and Universidad Cat'olica del Norte and Angamos and Antofagasta and Chile Institute of Geological Sciences and F. Berlin and Germany Astrophysics Group and Keele University and Staffordshire ST5 5BG and UK Austrian Academy of Sciences and S. R. Institute and Austria Juan Carlos Torres Fellow},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={493},
  pages={126-140}
}
  • J. Mccormac, E. Gillen, +99 authors Austria Juan Carlos Torres Fellow
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • We report the discovery of a new ultrashort period (USP) transiting hot Jupiter from the Next Generation Transit Survey (NGTS). NGTS-10b has a mass and radius of 2.162+0.092−0.107 MJ and 1.205+0.117−0.083 RJ and orbits its host star with a period of 0.7668944 ± 0.0000003 d, making it the shortest period hot Jupiter yet discovered. The host is a 10.4 ± 2.5 Gyr old K5V star (Teff = 4400 ± 100 K) of Solar metallicity ([Fe/H] = −0.02 ± 0.12 dex) showing moderate signs of stellar activity. NGTS-10b… CONTINUE READING
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