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TOI-1634 b: An Ultra-short-period Keystone Planet Sitting inside the M-dwarf Radius Valley

13 Sep 2021, 16:00 UTC
TOI-1634 b: An Ultra-short-period Keystone Planet Sitting inside the M-dwarf Radius Valley
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Ryan Cloutier et al 2021 AJ 162 79
The bulk composition of radius-valley planet TOI-1634 b supports the gas-depleted formation mechanism to explain the emergence of the radius valley around M dwarfs with mass less than ~0.5 solar mass.

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