The TESS View of LOFAR Radio-emitting Stars

@article{Pope2021TheTV,
  title={The TESS View of LOFAR Radio-emitting Stars},
  author={Benjamin J. S. Pope and Joseph R. Callingham and Adina D. Feinstein and Maximilian N. G{\"u}nther and Harish K. Vedantham and Megan Ansdell and Timothy W. Shimwell},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={919}
}
The recent detection of the M dwarf GJ 1151 at 144 MHz low radio frequencies using LOFAR has been interpreted as evidence of an exoplanet magnetically interacting with its host star. This would be the first exoplanet detected around a main-sequence star by a radio telescope. Radial velocity confirmation of such a planet has proven inconclusive and it remains possible that the radio emission could be generated by a stellar coronal process. Using data from TESS, we shed light on this question by… Expand

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