The key impact of the host star’s rotational history on the evolution of TOI-849b

@article{Pezzotti2021TheKI,
  title={The key impact of the host star’s rotational history on the evolution of TOI-849b},
  author={Camilla Pezzotti and Omar Attia and Patrick Eggenberger and Ga{\"e}l Buldgen and Vincent Bourrier},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. TOI-849b is one of the few planets populating the hot-Neptune desert and it is the densest Neptune-sized one discovered so far. Its extraordinary proximity to the host star, together with the absence of a massive H/He envelope on top of the 40.8 M⊕ rocky core, calls into question the role played by the host star in the evolution of the system. Aims. We aim to study the impact of the host star’s rotational history on the evolution of TOI-849b, particularly focussing on the planetary… 

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