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TOI-1442 b and TOI-2445 b: two ultra-short period super-Earths around M dwarfs

  title={TOI-1442 b and TOI-2445 b: two ultra-short period super-Earths around M dwarfs},
  author={Giuseppe Morello and Hannu Parviainen and Felipe Murgas and E. Pall'e and Mahmoudreza Oshagh and A. Fukui and Tetsufumi Hirano and Hiroyuki Tako Ishikawa and Norio Narita and Karen A. Collins and Khalid Barkaoui and Pablo Lewin and Charles Cadieux and Jerome P. de Leon and Abderahmane Soubkiou and Nicolas Crouzet and Emma Esparza-Borges and Yasunori Hori and Masahiro Ikoma and Keisuke Isogai and Taiki Kagetani and Kiyoe Kawauchi and T. Kimura and Taddy Kodama and Judith Korth and Takayuki Kotani and V Krishnamurthy and Seiya Kurita and John H. Livingston and Rafael Luque and A. Madrigal-Aguado and Mayuko Mori and Taku Nishiumi and J. Orell-Miquel and M. Tamura and Yuka Terada and Noriharu Watanabe and Yanfei Zou and Zouhair Benkhaldoun and Kevin I. Collins and Ren{\'e} Doyon and L. J. Garcia and Mourad Ghachoui and Micha{\"e}l Gillon and Emmanuel Jehin and Eric L. N. Jensen and David W. Latham and Francisco J. Pozuelos and Richard P. Schwarz and Mathilde Timmermans},
Context. Exoplanets with orbital periods of less than one day are know as Ultra-short period (USP) planets. They are relatively rare products of planetary formation and evolution processes, but especially favourable for characterisation with current planet detection methods. At the time of writing, 120 USP planets have already been confirmed. Aims. We aim to confirm the planetary nature of two new transiting planet candidates announced by the NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS… 


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