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PDS 70 is a unique system in which two protoplanets, PDS 70 b and c, have been discovered within the dust-depleted cavity of their disk, at ∼22 and 34 au, respectively, by direct imaging at infrared wavelengths. Subsequent detection of the planets in the Hα line indicates that they are still...
Observing the Rossiter–McLaughlin effect during a planetary transit allows the determination of the angle λ between the sky projections of the star’s spin axis and the planet’s orbital axis. Such observations have revealed a large population of well-aligned systems and a smaller population of...
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