Systematic Phase Curve Study of Known Transiting Systems from Year One of the TESS Mission

@article{Wong2020SystematicPC,
  title={Systematic Phase Curve Study of Known Transiting Systems from Year One of the TESS Mission},
  author={Ian Wong and Avi Shporer and T. Daylan and Bj{\"o}rn Benneke and Tara Fetherolf and Stephen R. Kane and George R. Ricker and Roland K. Vanderspek and David W. Latham and Joshua N. Winn and Jon M. Jenkins and Patricia T. Boyd and Ana Glidden and Robert F. Goeke and Lizhou Sha and Eric B. Ting and Daniel A. Yahalomi},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
We present a systematic phase curve analysis of known transiting systems observed by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) during year one of the primary mission. Using theoretical predictions for the amplitude of the planetary longitudinal atmospheric brightness modulation, stellar ellipsoidal distortion and Doppler boosting, as well as brightness considerations to select targets with likely detectable signals, we applied a uniform data processing and light-curve modeling framework… Expand

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Erratum: “Systematic Phase Curve Study of Known Transiting Systems from Year One of the TESS Mission” (2020, AJ, 160, 155)
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