Two long-period transiting exoplanets on eccentric orbits: NGTS-20 b (TOI-5152 b) and TOI-5153 b

  title={Two long-period transiting exoplanets on eccentric orbits: NGTS-20 b (TOI-5152 b) and TOI-5153 b},
  author={S. Ulmer-Moll and Monika Lendl and Samuel Gill and Steven Villanueva and Melissa J. Hobson and F. Bouchy and Rafael Brahm and Diana Dragomir and Nolan Grieves and C. Mordasini and D. R. Anderson and Jack S Acton and Daniel Bayliss and Allyson Bieryla and Matthew R. Burleigh and S. L. Casewell and Guillaume Chaverot and Philipp Eigmuller and Dax L. Feliz and Scott B. Gaudi and Edward Gillen and M. R. Goad and A. Gupta and Maximilian N. Gunther and Beth A. Henderson and Th. Henning and James S. Jenkins and M. I. Jones and Andr'es Jord'an and Alex Kendall and David W. Latham and Ismael Mireles and M. Moyano and Joseph B. Nadol and H. P. Osborn and Joshua A. Pepper and Marcelo Tala Pinto and Angelica Psaridi and D. Queloz and Samuel N. Quinn and Felipe Rojas and Paula Sarkis and Martin Schlecker and Rosanna H. Tilbrook and Pascal Torres and Trifon Trifonov and St{\'e}phane Udry and Jos{\'e} I Vines and Richard G. West and Peter J. Wheatley and Xinyu Yao and Y Zhao and G. Zhou},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
Context. Long-period transiting planets provide the opportunity to better understand the formation and evolution of planetary systems. Their atmospheric properties remain largely unaltered by tidal or radiative e ff ects of the host star, and their orbital arrangement reflects a di ff erent and less extreme migrational history compared to close-in objects. The sample of long-period exoplanets with well-determined masses and radii is still limited, but a growing number of long-period objects reveal… 



Uncovering the true periods of the young sub-Neptunes orbiting TOI-2076

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