HATS-8b: A low-density transiting super-neptune
Bayliss, Daniel; Hartman, J D; Bakos, G A; Penev, K.; Zhou, Guyin (George); Brahm, R; Rabus, M; Jordán, A; Mancini, L; de Val-Borro, M.; Bhatti, Waqas; Espinoza, N; Csubry, Z; Howard, Andrew; Fulton, B.J.; Buchhave, L. A.; Henning, T; Schmidt, Brian; Ciceri, Simona; Noyes, R W; Isaacson, H.; Marcy, G. W; Suc, V; Lazar, J.; Papp, I.; Sari, P.
HATS-8b is a low density transiting super-Neptune discovered as part of the HATSouth project. The planet orbits its solar-like G-dwarf host (V = , = K) with a period of days. HATS-8b is the third lowest-mass transiting exoplanet to be discovered from a wide-field ground-based search, and with a mass of it is approximately halfway between the masses of Neptune and Saturn. However, HATS-8b has a radius of , resulting in a bulk density of just . The metallicity of the host star is super-solar ( =...[Show more]
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