Stellar & Planetary Parameters for K2’s Late Type Dwarf Systems from C1 to C5

Abstract

The NASA K2 mission uses photometry to find planets transiting stars of various types. M dwarfs are of high interest since they host more short-period planets than any other type of main-sequence stars and transiting planets around M dwarfs have deeper transits compared to other main-sequence stars. In this paper, we present stellar parameters from K and M… (More)

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@inproceedings{Martinez2017StellarP, title={Stellar & Planetary Parameters for K2’s Late Type Dwarf Systems from C1 to C5}, author={Arturo O. Martinez and Ian J. M. Crossfield and Joshua E. Schlieder and Courtney D. Dressing and Christian Obermeier and John H Livingston and Simona Ciceri and Sarah Peacock and Charles A. Beichman and S{\'e}bastien L{\'e}pine and Kimberly M. Aller and Quadry A. Chance and Erik A. Petigura and Andrew W. Howard and Michael W. Werner}, year={2017} }