TESS exoplanets publications

2019

  1. A SEARCH FOR MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS WITH TESS USING A BAYESIAN N-BODY RETRIEVAL AND MACHINE LEARNING
    Pearson, Kyle A.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..243P)

  2. A PSF-BASED APPROACH TO TESS HIGH QUALITY DATA OF STELLAR CLUSTERS (PATHOS) - I. SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AND VARIABLE STARS IN THE FIELD OF 47 TUC
    Nardiello, D., Borsato, L., Piotto, G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.3806N)

  3. GJ 357: A LOW-MASS PLANETARY SYSTEM UNCOVERED BY PRECISION RADIAL VELOCITIES AND DYNAMICAL SIMULATIONS
    Jenkins, J. S., Pozuelos, F. J., Tuomi, M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.5585J)

  4. AN EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECT OF THE TESS EXTENDED MISSION ON SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE MONOTRANSITS
    Cooke, Benjamin F., Pollacco, Don, Bayliss, Daniel
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...631A..83C)

  5. NEAR-RESONANCE IN A SYSTEM OF SUB-NEPTUNES FROM TESS
    Quinn, Samuel N., Becker, Juliette C., Rodriguez, Joseph E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..177Q)

  6. PREDICTING THE YIELD OF POTENTIAL VENUS ANALOGS FROM TESS AND THEIR POTENTIAL FOR ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION
    Ostberg, Colby, Kane, Stephen R.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..195O)

  7. CLUSTER DIFFERENCE IMAGING PHOTOMETRIC SURVEY. I. LIGHT CURVES OF STARS IN OPEN CLUSTERS FROM TESS SECTORS 6 AND 7
    Bouma, L. G., Hartman, J. D., Bhatti, W., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..245...13B)

  8. TOI-150B AND TOI-163B: TWO TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS, ONE ECCENTRIC AND ONE INFLATED, REVEALED BY TESS NEAR AND AT THE EDGE OF THE JWST CVZ
    Kossakowski, Diana, Espinoza, Néstor, Brahm, Rafael, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.1094K)

  9. TOI-132 B: A SHORT-PERIOD PLANET IN THE NEPTUNE DESERT TRANSITING A $V=11.3$ G-TYPE STAR
    Díaz, Matías R., Jenkins, James S., Gandolfi, Davide, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191102012D)

  10. MUSCAT2 MULTICOLOUR VALIDATION OF TESS CANDIDATES: AN ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD SUBSTELLAR OBJECT AROUND AN M DWARF
    Parviainen, H., Palle, E., Zapatero-Osorio, M. R., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191104366P)

  11. GRAVITY-DARKENING ANALYSIS OF MISALIGNED HOT JUPITER MASCARA-4 B
    Ahlers, John P., Kruse, Ethan, Colon, Knicole D., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191105025A)

  12. TESS REVEALS HD 118203 B TO BE A TRANSITING PLANET
    Pepper, Joshua, Kane, Stephen R., Rodriguez, Joseph E., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191105150P)

  13. TOI-677 B: A WARM JUPITER (P=11.2D) ON AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT TRANSITING A LATE F-TYPE STAR
    Jordán, Andrés, Brahm, Rafael, Espinoza, Néstor, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191105574J)

  14. A POSSIBLY INFLATED PLANET AROUND THE BRIGHT YOUNG STAR DS TUCANAE A
    Benatti, S., Nardiello, D., Malavolta, L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...630A..81B)

  15. TWO NEW HATNET HOT JUPITERS AROUND A STARS AND THE FIRST GLIMPSE AT THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF HOT JUPITERS FROM TESS
    Zhou, G., Huang, C. X., Bakos, G. Á., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..141Z)

  16. PROSPECTS FOR TTV DETECTION AND DYNAMICAL CONSTRAINTS WITH TESS
    Hadden, Sam, Barclay, Thomas, Payne, Matthew J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..146H)

  17. THREE RED SUNS IN THE SKY: A TRANSITING, TERRESTRIAL PLANET IN A TRIPLE M-DWARF SYSTEM AT 6.9 PC
    Winters, Jennifer G., Medina, Amber A., Irwin, Jonathan M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..152W)

  18. THE HABITABILITY OF GJ 357D: POSSIBLE CLIMATE AND OBSERVABILITY
    Kaltenegger, L., Madden, J., Lin, Z., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883L..40K)

  19. WASP-SOUTH DETECTION OF HD219666B TRANSITS PROVIDES AN ACCURATE EPHEMERIS
    Hellier, C., Anderson, D. R., Gill, S., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019RNAAS...3..156H)

  20. EXPLORING THE ATMOSPHERIC DYNAMICS OF THE EXTREME ULTRA-HOT JUPITER KELT-9B USING TESS PHOTOMETRY
    Wong, Ian, Shporer, Avi, Morris, Brett M., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191001607W)

  21. TOI-222: A SINGLE-TRANSIT TESS CANDIDATE REVEALED TO BE A 34-DAY ECLIPSING BINARY WITH CORALIE, EULERCAM AND NGTS
    Lendl, Monika, Bouchy, François, Gill, Samuel, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191005050L)

  22. NGTS AND WASP PHOTOMETRIC RECOVERY OF A SINGLE-TRANSIT CANDIDATE FROM TESS
    Gill, Samuel, Bayliss, Daniel, Cooke, Benjamin F., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv191005282G)

  23. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE L 98-59 MULTI-PLANETARY SYSTEM WITH HARPS. MASS CHARACTERIZATION OF A HOT SUPER-EARTH, A SUB-NEPTUNE, AND A MASS UPPER LIMIT ON THE THIRD PLANET
    Cloutier, R., Astudillo-Defru, N., Bonfils, X., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...629A.111C)

  24. A SUPER-EARTH AND SUB-NEPTUNE TRANSITING THE LATE-TYPE M DWARF LP 791-18
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Waalkes, William, Newton, Elisabeth R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883L..16C)

  25. WASP-166B: A BLOATED SUPER-NEPTUNE TRANSITING A V = 9 STAR
    Hellier, Coel, Anderson, D. R., Triaud, A. H. M. J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.3067H)

  26. TESS OBSERVATIONS OF THE WASP-121 B PHASE CURVE
    Daylan, Tansu, Günther, Maximilian N., Mikal-Evans, Thomas, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190903000D)

  27. OPTICAL PHASE CURVE OF THE ULTRA-HOT JUPITER WASP-121B
    Bourrier, V., Kitzmann, D., Kuntzer, T., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190903010B)

  28. THE HIGHLY INFLATED GIANT PLANET WASP-174B
    Mancini, L., Sarkis, P., Henning, Th., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190908674M)

  29. PLANET HUNTERS TESS I: TOI 813, A SUBGIANT HOSTING A TRANSITING SATURN-SIZED PLANET ON AN 84-DAY ORBIT
    Eisner, N. L., Barragán, O., Aigrain, S., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190909094E)

  30. PLANETARY SYSTEM AROUND THE NEARBY M DWARF GJ 357 INCLUDING A TRANSITING, HOT, EARTH-SIZED PLANET OPTIMAL FOR ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION
    Luque, R., Pallé, E., Kossakowski, D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...628A..39L)

  31. TOI-216B AND TOI-216 C: TWO WARM, LARGE EXOPLANETS IN OR SLIGHTLY WIDE OF THE 2:1 ORBITAL RESONANCE
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Huang, Chelsea X., Lissauer, Jack J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...65D)

  32. THE INDEPENDENT DISCOVERY OF PLANET CANDIDATES AROUND LOW-MASS STARS AND ASTROPHYSICAL FALSE POSITIVES FROM THE FIRST TWO TESS SECTORS
    Cloutier, Ryan
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...81C)

  33. EMPIRICAL PREDICTIONS FOR THE PERIOD DISTRIBUTION OF PLANETS TO BE DISCOVERED BY THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE
    Jiang, Jonathan H., Ji, Xuan, Cowan, Nicolas, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...96J)

  34. TESS SPOTS A COMPACT SYSTEM OF SUPER-EARTHS AROUND THE NAKED-EYE STAR HR 858
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Huang, Chelsea X., Rodriguez, Joseph E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...881L..19V)

  35. SOAR TESS SURVEY. I: SCULPTING OF TESS PLANETARY SYSTEMS BY STELLAR COMPANIONS
    Ziegler, Carl, Tokovinin, Andrei, Briceno, Cesar, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190810871Z)

  36. HOT, ROCKY AND WARM, PUFFY SUPER-EARTHS ORBITING TOI-402 (HD 15337)
    Dumusque, Xavier, Turner, Oliver, Dorn, Caroline, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...627A..43D)

  37. IDENTIFYING EXOPLANETS WITH DEEP LEARNING. III. AUTOMATED TRIAGE AND VETTING OF TESS CANDIDATES
    Yu, Liang, Vanderburg, Andrew, Huang, Chelsea, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...25Y)

  38. THE L 98-59 SYSTEM: THREE TRANSITING, TERRESTRIAL-SIZE PLANETS ORBITING A NEARBY M DWARF
    Kostov, Veselin B., Schlieder, Joshua E., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...32K)

  39. HD 1397B: A TRANSITING WARM GIANT PLANET ORBITING A V = 7.8 MAG SUBGIANT STAR DISCOVERED BY TESS
    Brahm, Rafael, Espinoza, Néstor, Jordán, Andrés, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...45B)

  40. TESS HUNT FOR YOUNG AND MATURING EXOPLANETS (THYME): A PLANET IN THE 45 MYR TUCANA-HOROLOGIUM ASSOCIATION
    Newton, Elisabeth R., Mann, Andrew W., Tofflemire, Benjamin M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880L..17N)

  41. A RESONANT PAIR OF WARM GIANT PLANETS REVEALED BY TESS
    Kipping, David, Nesvorný, David, Hartman, Joel, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.486.4980K)

  42. A SUPER-EARTH AND TWO SUB-NEPTUNES TRANSITING THE NEARBY AND QUIET M DWARF TOI-270
    Günther, Maximilian N., Pozuelos, Francisco J., Dittmann, Jason A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019NatAs.tmp..420G)

  43. A SEARCH FOR MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS WITH TESS USING A BAYESIAN N-BODY RETRIEVAL AND MACHINE LEARNING
    Pearson, Kyle A.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190703377P)

  44. WASP-4B ARRIVED EARLY FOR THE TESS MISSION
    Bouma, L. G., Winn, J. N., Baxter, C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..217B)

  45. OBSERVATIONS OF THE KEPLER FIELD WITH TESS: PREDICTIONS FOR PLANET YIELD AND OBSERVABLE FEATURES
    Christ, Callista N., Montet, Benjamin T., Fabrycky, Daniel C.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..235C)

  46. A HOT SATURN ORBITING AN OSCILLATING LATE SUBGIANT DISCOVERED BY TESS
    Huber, Daniel, Chaplin, William J., Chontos, Ashley, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..245H)

  47. TOI-150: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER IN THE TESS SOUTHERN CVZ
    Cañas, Caleb I., Stefansson, Gudmundur, Monson, Andrew J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...877L..29C)

  48. SECURING THE LEGACY OF TESS THROUGH THE CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF TESS PLANET EPHEMERIDES
    Dragomir, Diana, Harris, Mallory, Pepper, Joshua, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190602197D)

  49. HD 2685 B: A HOT JUPITER ORBITING AN EARLY F-TYPE STAR DETECTED BY TESS
    Jones, Matías I., Brahm, Rafael, Espinoza, Nestor, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...625A..16J)

  50. TESS FULL ORBITAL PHASE CURVE OF THE WASP-18B SYSTEM
    Shporer, Avi, Wong, Ian, Huang, Chelsea X., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..178S)

  51. AN ECCENTRIC MASSIVE JUPITER ORBITING A SUBGIANT ON A 9.5-DAY PERIOD DISCOVERED IN THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE FULL FRAME IMAGES
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Quinn, Samuel N., Huang, Chelsea X., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..191R)

  52. THE TRANSITING MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM HD15337: TWO NEARLY EQUAL-MASS PLANETS STRADDLING THE RADIUS GAP
    Gandolfi, Davide, Fossati, Luca, Livingston, John H., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...876L..24G)

  53. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE L 98-59 MULTI-PLANETARY SYSTEM WITH HARPS: TWO CONFIRMED TERRESTRIAL PLANETS AND A MASS UPPER LIMIT ON THE THIRD
    Cloutier, R., Astudillo-Defru, N., Bonfils, X., et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190510669C)

  54. CO-ORBITAL EXOPLANETS FROM CLOSE-PERIOD CANDIDATES: THE TOI-178 CASE
    Leleu, A., Lillo-Box, J., Sestovic, M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...624A..46L)

  55. PROSPECTS FOR REFINING KEPLER TTV MASSES USING TESS OBSERVATIONS
    Goldberg, Max, Hadden, Sam, Payne, Matthew J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..142G)

  56. TESS DELIVERS ITS FIRST EARTH-SIZED PLANET AND A WARM SUB-NEPTUNE
    Dragomir, Diana, Teske, Johanna, Günther, Maximilian N., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...875L...7D)

  57. A JOVIAN PLANET IN AN ECCENTRIC 11.5 DAY ORBIT AROUND HD 1397 DISCOVERED BY TESS
    Nielsen, L. D., Bouchy, F., Turner, O., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...623A.100N)

  58. HD 219666 B: A HOT-NEPTUNE FROM TESS SECTOR 1
    Esposito, M., Armstrong, D. J., Gandolfi, D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...623A.165E)

  59. PREDICTED NUMBER, MULTIPLICITY, AND ORBITAL DYNAMICS OF TESS M-DWARF EXOPLANETS
    Ballard, Sarah
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..113B)

  60. THE XUV IRRADIATION AND LIKELY ATMOSPHERIC ESCAPE OF THE SUPER-EARTH Π MEN C
    King, George W., Wheatley, Peter J., Bourrier, Vincent, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484L..49K)

  61. PREDICTED YIELD OF TRANSITS OF KNOWN RADIAL VELOCITY EXOPLANETS FROM THE TESS PRIMARY AND EXTENDED MISSIONS
    Dalba, Paul A., Kane, Stephen R., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019PASP..131c4401D)

  62. HD 213885B: A TRANSITING 1-DAY-PERIOD SUPER-EARTH WITH AN EARTH-LIKE COMPOSITION AROUND A BRIGHT ($V=7.9$) STAR UNVEILED BY TESS
    Espinoza, Néstor, Brahm, Rafael, Henning, Thomas, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190307694E)

  63. TESS PHOTOMETRIC MAPPING OF A TERRESTRIAL PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE: DETECTION OF CLOUDS, OCEANS, AND CONTINENTS
    Luger, Rodrigo, Bedell, Megan, Vanderspek, Roland, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190312182L)

  64. TESS EXOPLANET CANDIDATES VALIDATED WITH HARPS ARCHIVAL DATA. A MASSIVE NEPTUNE AROUND GJ 143 AND TWO NEPTUNES AROUND HD 23472
    Trifonov, Trifon, Rybizki, Jan, Kürster, Martin
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...622L...7T)

  65. HD 202772A B: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER AROUND A BRIGHT, MILDLY EVOLVED STAR IN A VISUAL BINARY DISCOVERED BY TESS
    Wang, Songhu, Jones, Matias, Shporer, Avi, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...51W)

  66. AN ESTIMATE OF THE YIELD OF SINGLE-TRANSIT PLANETARY EVENTS FROM THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE
    Villanueva, Steven, Jr., Dragomir, Diana, Gaudi, B. Scott
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...84V)

  67. TESS DISCOVERY OF AN ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANET AROUND THE NEARBY M DWARF LHS 3844
    Vanderspek, Roland, Huang, Chelsea X., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...871L..24V)

  68. EXOPLANETS IN THE ANTARCTIC SKY. I. THE FIRST DATA RELEASE OF AST3-II (CHESPA) AND NEW FOUND VARIABLES WITHIN THE SOUTHERN CVZ OF TESS
    Zhang, Hui, Yu, Zhouyi, Liang, Ensi, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..240...16Z)

  69. EXOPLANETS IN THE ANTARCTIC SKY. II. 116 TRANSITING EXOPLANET CANDIDATES FOUND BY AST3-II (CHESPA) WITHIN THE SOUTHERN CVZ OF TESS
    Zhang, Hui, Yu, Zhouyi, Liang, Ensi, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..240...17Z)

  70. RAPID CLASSIFICATION OF TESS PLANET CANDIDATES WITH CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS
    Osborn, Hugh P., Ansdell, Megan, Ioannou, Yani, et al.
    2019, not refereed (2019arXiv190208544O)

  71. PRECOVERY OF TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE SINGLE TRANSITS WITH KILODEGREE EXTREMELY LITTLE TELESCOPE
    Yao, Xinyu, Pepper, Joshua, Gaudi, B. Scott, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...37Y)

2018

  1. SIMULATING THE M-R RELATION FROM APF FOLLOW-UP OF TESS TARGETS: SURVEY DESIGN AND STRATEGIES FOR OVERCOMING MASS BIASES
    Burt, Jennifer, Holden, Brad, Wolfgang, Angie, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..255B)

  2. TESS DISCOVERY OF A TRANSITING SUPER-EARTH IN THE PI MENSAE SYSTEM
    Huang, Chelsea X., Burt, Jennifer, Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...868L..39H)

  3. HATS-71B: A GIANT PLANET TRANSITING AN M3 DWARF STAR IN TESS SECTOR 1
    Bakos, G. Á., Bayliss, D., Bento, J., et al.
    2018, not refereed (2018arXiv181209406B)

  4. SINGLE SITE OBSERVATIONS OF TESS SINGLE TRANSIT DETECTIONS
    Cooke, Benjamin F., Pollacco, Don, West, Richard, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...619A.175C)

  5. TESS'S FIRST PLANET. A SUPER-EARTH TRANSITING THE NAKED-EYE STAR Π MENSAE
    Gandolfi, D., Barragán, O., Livingston, J. H., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...619L..10G)

  6. THE KELT FOLLOW-UP NETWORK AND TRANSIT FALSE-POSITIVE CATALOG: PRE-VETTED FALSE POSITIVES FOR TESS
    Collins, Karen A., Collins, Kevin I., Pepper, Joshua, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..234C)

  7. A REVISED EXOPLANET YIELD FROM THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE (TESS)
    Barclay, Thomas, Pepper, Joshua, Quintana, Elisa V.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..239....2B)

  8. A TESS DRESS REHEARSAL: PLANETARY CANDIDATES AND VARIABLES FROM K2 CAMPAIGN 17
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Guerrero, Natalia, David, Trevor, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..239....5C)

  9. A FRAMEWORK FOR PRIORITIZING THE TESS PLANETARY CANDIDATES MOST AMENABLE TO ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION
    Kempton, Eliza M. -R., Bean, Jacob L., Louie, Dana R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130k4401K)

  10. QUANTIFYING THE OBSERVATIONAL EFFORT REQUIRED FOR THE RADIAL VELOCITY CHARACTERIZATION OF TESS PLANETS
    Cloutier, Ryan, Doyon, René, Bouchy, Francois, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156...82C)

  11. EXPECTED YIELDS OF PLANET DISCOVERIES FROM THE TESS PRIMARY AND EXTENDED MISSIONS
    Huang, Chelsea X., Shporer, Avi, Dragomir, Diana, et al.
    2018, not refereed (2018arXiv180711129H)

  12. UNDERSTANDING SUPER-EARTHS WITH MINERVA-AUSTRALIS AT USQ'S MOUNT KENT OBSERVATORY
    Wittenmyer, Robert A, Horner, Jonathan, Carter, Brad D, et al.
    2018, not refereed (2018arXiv180609282W)

  13. STRATEGIES FOR CONSTRAINING THE ATMOSPHERES OF TEMPERATE TERRESTRIAL PLANETS WITH JWST
    Batalha, Natasha E., Lewis, Nikole K., Line, Michael R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856L..34B)

  14. NASA'S NEXT EXOPLANET HUNTER WILL SEEK WORLDS CLOSE TO HOME
    Witze, Alexandra
    2018, refereed (2018Natur.556..158W)

  15. SIMULATED JWST/NIRISS TRANSIT SPECTROSCOPY OF ANTICIPATED TESS PLANETS COMPARED TO SELECT DISCOVERIES FROM SPACE-BASED AND GROUND-BASED SURVEYS
    Louie, Dana R., Deming, Drake, Albert, Loic, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130d4401L)

  16. NEW MISSIONS AIM TO MAKE A SHORT LIST OF EXO-EARTHS
    Clery, Daniel
    2018, refereed (2018Sci...359.1453C)

2017

  1. EXOPLANET CHARACTERIZATION BY MULTI-OBSERVATORY TRANSIT PHOTOMETRY WITH TESS AND CHEOPS
    Gaidos, E., Kitzmann, D., Heng, K.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3418G)

  2. PLANET DETECTION SIMULATIONS FOR SEVERAL POSSIBLE TESS EXTENDED MISSIONS
    Bouma, L. G., Winn, Joshua N., Kosiarek, Jacobi, et al.
    2017, not refereed (2017arXiv170508891B)

  3. LIMB AND GRAVITY-DARKENING COEFFICIENTS FOR THE TESS SATELLITE AT SEVERAL METALLICITIES, SURFACE GRAVITIES, AND MICROTURBULENT VELOCITIES
    Claret, A.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...600A..30C)

  4. TEE, AN ESTIMATOR FOR THE PRECISION OF ECLIPSE AND TRANSIT MINIMUM TIMES
    Deeg, H. J., Tingley, B.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...599A..93D)

  5. TRANSIT CLAIRVOYANCE: ENHANCING TESS FOLLOW-UP USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS
    Kipping, David M., Lam, Christopher
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3495K)

  6. FOLLOW-UP AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TESS EXOPLANETS WITH SOPHIE, SPIROU, AND JWST
    Crouzet, N., Bonfils, X., Delfosse, X., et al.
    2017, not refereed (2017arXiv170103539C)

2016

  1. OBLIQUITIES OF EXOPLANET HOST STARS FROM PRECISE DISTANCES AND STELLAR ANGULAR DIAMETERS
    Quinn, Samuel N., White, Russel J.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833..173Q)

  2. COMBINING PHOTOMETRY FROM KEPLER AND TESS TO IMPROVE SHORT-PERIOD EXOPLANET CHARACTERIZATION
    Placek, Ben, Knuth, Kevin H., Angerhausen, Daniel
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128g4503P)

  3. THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE
    Ricker, G. R., Vanderspek, R., Winn, J., et al.
    2016, not refereed (2016SPIE.9904E..2BR)

2015

  1. COMPARATIVE HABITABILITY OF TRANSITING EXOPLANETS
    Barnes, Rory, Meadows, Victoria S., Evans, Nicole
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...91B)

  2. THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE: SIMULATIONS OF PLANET DETECTIONS AND ASTROPHYSICAL FALSE POSITIVES
    Sullivan, Peter W., Winn, Joshua N., Berta-Thompson, Zachory K., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...77S)

  3. TRANSITING EXOPLANET SIMULATIONS WITH THE JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE
    Batalha, Natasha, Kalirai, Jason, Lunine, Jonathan, et al.
    2015, not refereed (2015arXiv150702655B)

  4. TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE (TESS)
    Ricker, George R., Winn, Joshua N., Vanderspek, Roland, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015JATIS...1a4003R)

2014

  1. TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES WITH FINITE INTEGRATION TIME: FISHER INFORMATION ANALYSIS
    Price, Ellen M., Rogers, Leslie A.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794...92P)

  2. THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE MISSION
    Ricker, G. R.
    2014, refereed (2014JAVSO..42..234R)