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NGTS-11 b / TIC-54002556 b: A transiting warm Saturn recovered from a TESS single-transit event

@article{Gill2020NGTS11B,
  title={NGTS-11 b / TIC-54002556 b: A transiting warm Saturn recovered from a TESS single-transit event},
  author={S. Gill and P. Wheatley and B. Cooke and A. Jord'an and L. Nielsen and D. Bayliss and D. Anderson and J. Vines and M. Lendl and J. Acton and David J Armstrong and F. Bouchy and R. Brahm and E. Bryant and M. Burleigh and S. Casewell and P. Eigmuller and N. Espinoza and E. Gillen and Michael R.Goad and N. Grieves and M. Gunther and T. Henning and M. Hobson and A. Hogan and J. Jenkins and J. Mccormac and M. Moyano and H. Osborn and D. Pollacco and D. Queloz and H. Rauer and F. Rojas and P. Sarkis and A. Smith and M. T. Pinto and R. Tilbrook and S. Udry and C. Watson and R. West},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
We report the discovery of NGTS-11 b (=TIC-54002556 b), a transiting Saturn in a 35.46-day orbit around a mid K-type star (Teff=5050+-80 K). The system was initially identified from a single-transit event in our TESS full-frame image light-curves. Following seventy-nine nights of photometric monitoring with an NGTS telescope, we observed a second full transit of NGTS-11 b approximately one year after the TESS single-transit event. The NGTS transit confirmed the parameters of the transit signal… Expand

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