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  • Self-consistent Combined HST, K-band, and Spitzer Photometric Catalogs of the BUFFALO Survey Fields
    This article presents new astronomical source catalogs using data from the BUFFALO Survey. These catalogs contain detailed information for over 100,000 astronomical sources in the six BUFFALO clusters: A370, A2744, AS1063, MACS 0416, MACS 0717, and MACS 1149 spanning a total of 240 arcmin 2. The catalogs include positions and forced photometry
    Pagul, Amanda et al.

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    7
    2024
  • TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME). X. A Two-planet System in the 210 Myr MELANGE-5 Association
    Young (<500 Myr) planets are critical to studying how planets form and evolve. Among these young planetary systems, multiplanet configurations are particularly useful, as they provide a means to control for variables within a system. Here, we report the discovery and characterization of a young planetary system, TOI-1224. We show that the planet
    Thao, Pa Chia et al.

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    7
    2024
  • The Aligned Orbit of a Hot Jupiter around the M Dwarf TOI-4201
    Measuring the obliquities of stars hosting giant planets may shed light on the dynamical history of planetary systems. Significant efforts have been made to measure the obliquities of FGK stars with hot Jupiters, mainly based on observations of the Rossiter–McLaughlin effect. In contrast, M dwarfs with hot Jupiters have hardly been explored because
    Gan, Tianjun et al.

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    7
    2024
  • The dark energy survey: detection of weak lensing magnification of supernovae and constraints on dark matter haloes
    The residuals of the distance moduli of Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) relative to a Hubble diagram fit contain information about the inhomogeneity of the Universe, due to weak lensing magnification by foreground matter. By correlating the residuals of the Dark Energy Survey Year 5 SN Ia sample (DES-SN5YR) with extragalactic foregrounds from the DES
    Shah, P. et al.

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    7
    2024
  • Update on WASP-19
    Tidal interaction between a star and a close-in massive exoplanet causes the planetary orbit to shrink and eventually leads to tidal disruption. Understanding orbital decay in exoplanetary systems is crucial for advancing our knowledge of planetary formation and evolution. Moreover, it sheds light on the broader question of the long-term stability
    Korth, Judith et al.

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    12
    2023
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  • PROBING THE BARYONIC CYCLE OF GALAXIES THROUGH STELLAR POPULATION ANALYSES
    The growth of dark matter halos is to first-order the main driver of galaxy formation in our standard cosmological model. Yet, complex and highly non-linear baryonic processes take over at the centers of these halos, leading to the diversity of galaxies observed in the Universe today. The coupling between baryonic and dark matter physics is central
    Laura Elizabeth Scholz Días

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    5
    2024