# Zodiacal Exoplanets In Time (ZEIT) I: A Neptune-sized planet orbiting an M4.5 dwarf in the Hyades Star Cluster

@article{Mann2015ZodiacalEI,
title={Zodiacal Exoplanets In Time (ZEIT) I: A Neptune-sized planet orbiting an M4.5 dwarf in the Hyades Star Cluster},
author={Andrew W. Mann and Eric Gaidos and Gregory N. Mace and Marshall C. Johnson and Brendan P. Bowler and Daryll M. LaCourse and Thomas Jacobs and Andrew M. Vanderburg and Adam L. Kraus and Kyle F. Kaplan and Daniel T. Jaffe},
journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
year={2015}
}
• A. Mann, +8 authors D. Jaffe
• Published 1 December 2015
• Physics
• arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
Studying the properties of young planetary systems can shed light on how the dynamics and structure of planets evolve during their most formative years. Recent K2 observations of nearby young clusters (10-800 Myr) have enabled the discovery of such planetary systems. Here we report the discovery of a Neptune-sized planet transiting an M4.5 dwarf (K2-25) in the Hyades cluster (650-800 Myr). The lightcurve shows a strong periodic signal at 1.88 days, which we attribute to spot coverage and…
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