The California-Kepler Survey. VIII. Eccentricities of Kepler Planets and Tentative Evidence of a High-metallicity Preference for Small Eccentric Planets

The ExoEarth Yield Landscape for Future Direct Imaging Space Telescopes

Effects of Radius and Gravity on the Inner Edge of the Habitable Zone

Detecting Exoplanet Transits through Machine Learning Techniques with Convolutional Neural Networks

A planetary system around the nearby M dwarf Gl 357 including a transiting hot Earth-sized planet optimal for atmospheric characterisation

Collisional formation of detectable exomoons of super-terrestrial exoplanets

Low-Eccentricity Migration of Ultra-Short Period Planets in Multi-Planet Systems

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