A Framework for Prioritizing the TESS Planetary Candidates Most Amenable to Atmospheric Characterization

Eliza M.-R. Kempton*, Jacob L. Bean, Dana R. Louie, Drake Deming, Daniel D. B. Koll, Megan Mansfield, Jessie L. Christiansen, Mercedes López-Morales, Mark R. Swain, Robert T. Zellem, Sarah Ballard, Thomas Barclay, Joanna K. Barstow, Natasha E. Batalha, Thomas G. Beatty, Zach Berta-Thompson, Jayne Birkby, Lars A. Buchhave, David Charbonneau, Nicolas B. CowanIan Crossfield, Miguel de Val-Borro, René Doyon, Diana Dragomir, Eric Gaidos, Kevin Heng, Renyu Hu, Stephen R. Kane, Laura Kreidberg, Matthias Mallonn, Caroline V. Morley, Norio Narita, Valerio Nascimbeni, Enric Pallé, Elisa V. Quintana, Emily Rauscher, Sara Seager, Evgenya L. Shkolnik, David K. Sing, Alessandro Sozzetti, Keivan G. Stassun, Jeff A. Valenti, Carolina von Essen

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