HATS-71b: A Giant Planet Transiting an M3 Dwarf Star in TESS Sector 1
We report the discovery of HATS-71b, a transiting gas giant planet on a $P=3.7955$ day orbit around a $G=15.35$ mag M3 dwarf star. HATS-71 is the coolest M dwarf star known to host a hot Jupiter. The loss of light during transits is 4.7%, more than in any other confirmed transiting planet system. The planet was identified as a candidate by the ground-based HATSouth transit survey. It was confirmed using ground-based photometry, spectroscopy, and imaging, as well as space-based photometry from...[Show more]
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