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Exploring systems of low-mass planets with CHEOPS

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Multi-transiting planetary systems around bright stars offer unique windows to comparative exoplanetology and provide excellent laboratories for testing planet formation and evolution models. One of the main science programs of the CHEOPS space mission is to gather ultra-high precision transit photometry of such systems, to improve their characterization and guide their further study with atmospheric follow-up facilities. In this context, I will give an overview of interesting synergies that exist between CHEOPS and TESS . I will also present CHEOPS studies of some specific multi-planetary systems, with a special focus on Nu2 Lupi, an exciting system of three low-mass planets transiting a naked-eye star.

This talk is part of the Exoplanet Seminars series.

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