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Disruptive Planets ADS Library

Individual Disruptive Planets members' ADS libraries can be found on their team profiles.

Selected Publications


TRAPPIST-1 JWST Community Initiative, de Wit*, Doyon* et al. 2023, “A roadmap to the efficient and robust characterization of temperate terrestrial planet atmospheres with JWST“.

Triaud*, de Wit*, et al. 2023, “Atmospheric carbon depletion as a tracer of water oceans and biomass on temperate terrestrial exoplanets“.

Hasler, Burdanov, de Wit, et al. 2023, Small body harvest with the Antarctic Search for Transiting Exoplanets (ASTEP) project”, MNRAS 521 (3), 4568-4578.

Berardo, de Wit, & Rackham 2023, Empirically Constraining the Spectra of Stellar Surface Features Using Time-Resolved Spectroscopy”, in review.

Niraula, de Wit, et al. 2023, “Origin and Extent of the Opacity Challenge for Atmospheric Retrievals of WASP-39 b“, ApJL 950 (2), L17.

Burdanov, Hasler, & de Wit 2022, GPU-based framework for detecting small Solar system bodies in targeted exoplanet surveys”, MNRAS 521 (3), 4568-4578.

Berardo & de Wit 2022Tidal Distortions as a Bottleneck on Constraining Exoplanet Compositions“, ApJ, 941, 155B. 

Burdanov, de Wit, et al. 2022, “SPECULOOS Northern Observatory: Searching for Red Worlds in the Northern Skies”, PASP, 134, 105001.


Dinsmore & de Wit, et al. 2022, "Constraining the Interiors of Asteroids through Close Encounters", MNRAS 520 (3), 3459-3475.

Niraula*, de Wit*, et al. 2022, “The Impending Opacity Challenge in Exoplanet Atmospheric Characterization”, Nat. Astro. 6 (11), 1287-1295.


Berardo & de Wit 2022, “On the Effects of Planetary Oblateness on Exoplanet Studies”, ApJ, 935, 178B. 


de Beurs et al. 2022, “Identifying Exoplanets with Deep Learning. IV. Removing Stellar Activity Signals from Radial Velocity Measurements Using Neural Networks”, AJ, 164, 49D.


Niraula et al. 2022, “Revisiting Kepler Transiting Systems: Unvetting Planets and Constraining Relationships among Harmonics in Phase Curves”, AJ, 163, 172N.


Günther, Berardo, et al. 2022, “Complex Modulation of Rapidly Rotating Young M Dwarfs: Adding Pieces to the Puzzle”, AJ, 163, 144G.


Wells, Rackham, et al. 2021,”A large sub-Neptune transiting the thick-disk M4 V TOI-2406“, A&A, 653A, 97W.


Benni, Burdanov, et al. 2021, “Discovery of a young low-mass brown dwarf transiting a fast-rotating F-type star by the Galactic Plane eXoplanet (GPX) survey“, MNRAS, 505, 4956B.


Kirk, Rackham, et al. 2021, “ACCESS and LRG-BEASTS: A Precise New Optical Transmission Spectrum of the Ultrahot Jupiter WASP-103b”, AJ, 162, 11L.


Niraula, de Wit, Rackham, et al. 2020, “π Earth: A 3.14 day Earth-sized Planet from K2's Kitchen Served Warm by the SPECULOOS Team”, AJ, 160, 172N.


Burdanov et al, 2019, “Ground-based follow-up observations of TRAPPIST-1 transits in the near-infrared”, MNRAS, 487, 1634B.

de Wit*, Wakeford*, Lewis*, et al. 2018, “Atmospheric reconnaissance of the habitable-zone Earth-sized planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1”, Nat. Astro., 2, 214D.

Bourrier, de Wit, et al. 2017, “Temporal Evolution of the High-energy Irradiation and Water Content of TRAPPIST-1 Exoplanets”, AJ, 154, 121B.


de Wit, et al. 2017, “Planet-induced Stellar Pulsations in HAT-P-2's Eccentric System”, ApJ, 836L, 17D.


de Wit et al. 2016, “A combined transmission spectrum of the Earth-sized exoplanets TRAPPIST-1 b and c”, Nature, 537, 69D.


Demory, Gillon, de Wit, et al. 2016, “A map of the large day-night temperature gradient of a super-Earth exoplanet”, Nature, 532, 207D.

de Wit et al. 2016, “Direct Measure of Radiative and Dynamical Properties of an Exoplanet Atmosphere”, ApJ, 820L, 33D. 


de Wit & Seager 2013, “Constraining Exoplanet Mass from Transmission Spectroscopy”, Science, 342, 1473D.


Demory, de Wit, et al. 2013, “Inference of Inhomogeneous Clouds in an Exoplanet Atmosphere”, ApJ, 776L, 25D.


de Wit et al. 2012, “Towards consistent mapping of distant worlds: secondary-eclipse scanning of the exoplanet HD 189733b”, A&A, 548A, 128D.

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