Orbital Refinement and Stellar Properties for the HD 9446, HD 43691, and HD 179079 Planetary Systems

@article{Hill2020OrbitalRA,
  title={Orbital Refinement and Stellar Properties for the HD 9446, HD 43691, and HD 179079 Planetary Systems},
  author={Michelle L. Hill and Teo Mo{\vc}nik and Stephen R. Kane and Gregory W. Henry and Joshua A. Pepper and Natalie R. Hinkel and Paul A. Dalba and Benjamin J. Fulton and Keivan G. Stassun and Lee J. Rosenthal and Andrew W. Howard and Steve B. Howell and Mark E. Everett and Tabetha Boyajian and Debra A. Fischer and Joseph E. Rodriguez and Thomas G. Beatty and David J. James},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={159},
  pages={197}
}
The Transit Ephemeris Refinement and Monitoring Survey is a project that aims to detect transits of intermediate-long period planets by refining orbital parameters of the known radial velocity planets using additional data from ground-based telescopes, calculating a revised transit ephemeris for the planet, then monitoring the planet host star during the predicted transit window. Here we present the results from three systems that had high probabilities of transiting planets: HD 9446 b and c… Expand
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