The Habitability of GJ 357 d : Possible Climates and Observability

@article{Kaltenegger2019TheHO,
  title={The Habitability of GJ 357 d : Possible Climates and Observability},
  author={L. Kaltenegger and J. Madden and Z. Lin and S. Rugheimer and A. Segura and R. Luque and E. Pall{\'e} and N. Espinoza},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
The GJ 357 system harbors 3 planets orbiting a bright, nearby M2.5V star at 9.44pc. The innermost planet GJ 357 b (TOI-562.01) is a hot transiting Earth-size planet with Earth-like density, which receives about 12 times the irradiation Earth receives from the Sun, and was detected using data from TESS. Radial velocities discovered two more planets in the system at 9.12 (GJ 357 c) and 55.6 days (GJ 357 d), with minimum masses of 3.59+/-0.50 and 6.1+/-1 Earth masses, and an irradiation of 4.4 and… Expand
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