One of the items we listed yesterday had an incorrect URL. We apologize for the error. Here is the correct listing:

BEBOP II: Sensitivity to sub-Saturn circumbinary planets using radial-velocities

Now, today’s list.

Determining the “Biosignature Threshold” for Life Detection on Biotic, Abiotic, or Prebiotic Worlds

Atmospheric Escape Rates from Mars – If It Orbited an M Dwarf Star

Progress on Understanding the Influence of Planetary Magnetic Fields on Atmospheric Escape Rates

Venus as an Exoplanet: An Initial Exploration of the 3-D Structure of a CO2 Exoplanetary Atmosphere Around an M-Dwarf Star Type

Estimating Ion Escape from Unmagnetized Planets

Multiple moist climate equilibrium states on arid rocky M-dwarf planets: A last-saturation tracer analysis

Numerous chondritic impactors and oxidized magma ocean set Earth’s volatile depletion

Self-conscious intelligent technological societies in the universe: a simple direct approach to probable astrosociological realistic scenarios

Two Massive Jupiters in Eccentric Orbits from the TESS Full-frame Images

Modeling the High-resolution Emission Spectra of Clear and Cloudy Nontransiting Hot Jupiters

Planetary Habitability

Cleaning our Hazy Lens: Statistical Trends in Transmission Spectra of Warm Exoplanets

Multi-Wavelength Mitigation of Stellar Activity in Astrometric Planet Detection

The Gliese 86 Binary System: A Warm Jupiter Formed in a Disk Truncated at ≈2 AU

BEBOP III. Observations and an independent mass measurement of Kepler-16 (AB) b — the first circumbinary planet detected with radial velocities

A new method to measure the spectra of transiting exoplanet atmospheres using multi-object spectroscopy

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