Tess asteroseismology of the known planet host star $\lambda^2$ Fornacis

  title={Tess asteroseismology of the known planet host star \$\lambda^2\$ Fornacis},
  author={M. B. Nielsen and W. Ball and M. R. Standing and A. Triaud and D. Buzasi and L. Carboneau and K. G. Stassun and S. Kane and W. Chaplin and E. Bellinger and B. Mosser and I. Roxburgh and Z. C. Orhan and M. Yıldız and S. Ortel and M. Vrard and A. Mazumdar and P. Ranadive and M. Deal and G. Davies and T. Campante and R. Garcia and S. Mathur and L. Gonz{\'a}lez-Cuesta and A. Serenelli},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  • M. B. Nielsen, W. Ball, +22 authors A. Serenelli
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
  • The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is observing bright known planet-host stars across almost the entire sky. These stars have been subject to extensive ground-based observations, providing a large number of radial velocity (RV) measurements. In this work we use the new TESS photometric observations to characterize the star $\lambda^2$ Fornacis, and following this to update the parameters of the orbiting planet $\lambda^2$ For b. We measure the p-mode oscillation frequencies in… CONTINUE READING
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