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TOI-3757 b: A Low-density Gas Giant Orbiting a Solar-metallicity M Dwarf

  • Authors: Shubham Kanodia, Jessica Libby-Roberts, Caleb I. Cañas, Joe P. Ninan, Suvrath Mahadevan, Gudmundur Stefansson, Andrea S. J. Lin, Sinclaire Jones, Andrew Monson, Brock A. Parker, Henry A. Kobulnicky, Tera N. Swaby, Luke Powers, Corey Beard, Chad F. Bender, Cullen H. Blake, William D. Cochran, Jiayin Dong, Scott A. Diddams, Connor Fredrick, Arvind F. Gupta, Samuel Halverson, Fred Hearty, Sarah E. Logsdon, Andrew J. Metcalf, Michael W. McElwain, Caroline Morley, Jayadev Rajagopal, Lawrence W. Ramsey, Paul Robertson, Arpita Roy, Christian Schwab, Ryan C. Terrien, John Wisniewski, Jason T. Wright

Shubham Kanodia et al 2022 The Astronomical Journal 164 .

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Caption: Figure 11.

TSM of TOI-3757 b (circled in green) as a function of the planetary radius, alongside other M dwarf Saturn- and Jupiter-type planets (R p > 6 R ; colored by the equilibrium temperature). Similar planets around FGK hosts with equilibrium temperatures <1000 K are shown in the background. TOI-3757 b has the highest TSM among M dwarf gas giants (R p > 6 R ) with mass measurements, making it a lucrative target for atmospheric characterization, as discussed in Section 5.2.

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