TOI-2076 and TOI-1807: Two Young, Comoving Planetary Systems within 50 pc Identified by TESS that are Ideal Candidates for Further Follow up

Christina Hedges*, Alex Hughes, George Zhou, Trevor J. David, Juliette Becker, Steven Giacalone, Andrew Vanderburg, Joseph E. Rodriguez, Allyson Bieryla, Christopher Wirth, Shaun Atherton, Tara Fetherolf, Karen A. Collins, Adrian M. Price-Whelan, Megan Bedell, Samuel N. Quinn, Tianjun Gan, George R. Ricker, David W. Latham, Roland K. VanderspekSara Seager, Joshua N. Winn, Jon M. Jenkins, Lars A. Buchhave, René Rasmussen, John F. Kielkopf, Richard P. Schwarz, Courtney D. Dressing, Erica J. Gonzales, Ian J.M. Crossfield, Elisabeth C. Matthews, Eric L.N. Jensen, Elise Furlan, Crystal L. Gnilka, Steve B. Howell, Kathryn V. Lester, Nicholas J. Scott, Dax L. Feliz, Michael B. Lund, Robert J. Siverd, Daniel J. Stevens, N. Narita, A. Fukui, F. Murgas, Enric Palle, Phil J. Sutton, Keivan G. Stassun, Luke G. Bouma, Michael Vezie, Jesus Noel Villasenor, Elisa V. Quintana, Jeffrey C. Smith

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