The TESS-Keck Survey. III. A Stellar Obliquity Measurement of TOI-1726 c

Fei Dai*, Arpita Roy, Benjamin Fulton, Paul Robertson, Lea Hirsch, Howard Isaacson, Simon Albrecht, Andrew W. Mann, Martti H. Kristiansen, Corey Beard, Aida Behmard, Ashley Chontos, Ian J. M. Crossfield, Paul A. Dalba, Courtney Dressing, Steven Giacalone, Michelle Hill, Andrew W. Howard, Daniel Huber, Stephen R. KaneMolly Kosiarek, Jack Lubin, Andrew Mayo, Teo Mocnik, Joseph M. Akana Murphy, Erik A. Petigura, Lee Rosenthal, Ryan A. Rubenzahl, Nicholas Scarsdale, Lauren M. Weiss, Judah Van Zandt, George R. Ricker, Roland Vanderspek, David W. Latham, Sara Seager, Joshua N. Winn, Jon M. Jenkins, Douglas A. Caldwell, David Charbonneau, Tansu Daylan, Maximilian N. Günther, Edward Morgan, Samuel N. Quinn, Mark E. Rose, Jeffrey C. Smith

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We report the measurement of a spectroscopic transit of TOI-1726c, one of two planets transiting a G-type star with V = 6.9 in the Ursa Major Moving Group (∼400 Myr). With a precise age constraint from cluster membership, TOI-1726 provides a great opportunity to test various obliquity excitation scenarios that operate on different timescales.
Original languageEnglish
Article number193
JournalAstrophysical Journal
Issue number4
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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