Mini Neptune Losing its Atmosphere

Stsci_2022-09a_1024

stsci_2022-09a February 3rd, 2022

Credit: W. M. Keck Observatory/Adam Makarenko

Illustration of the mini-Neptune TOI 560.01, located 103 light-years away in the Hydra constellation. The planet, which orbits closely to its star, is losing its puffy atmosphere and may ultimately transform into a super-Earth.

Provider: Space Telescope Science Institute

Image Source: https://webbtelescope.org/contents/news-releases/2022/news-2022-009

Curator: STScI, Baltimore, MD, USA

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Image Type
Artwork
Object Name
TOI 560.01 HD 73583b
Subject - Milky Way
Planet > Type

Distance

Universescale1
103 light years

Position Details

Position (ICRS)
RA = 0h 0m 0.0s
DEC = 0° 0’ 0.0”
Constellation
Pisces
Stsci_2022-09a_1280
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ID
2022-09a
Subject Category
B.1.1  
Subject Name
TOI 560.01, HD 73583b
Credits
W. M. Keck Observatory/Adam Makarenko
Release Date
2022-02-03T00:00:00
Lightyears
103
Redshift
103
Reference Url
https://webbtelescope.org/contents/news-releases/2022/news-2022-009
Type
Artwork
Image Quality
Good
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Instrument
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Central Wavelength
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ICRS
Equinox
Reference Value
0, 0
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Quality
FITS Header
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Creator (Curator)
STScI
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Name
Space Telescope Science Institute Office of Public Outreach
Email
outreach@stsci.edu
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410-338-4444
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3700 San Martin Drive
City
Baltimore
State/Province
MD
Postal Code
21218
Country
USA
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Publisher
STScI
Publisher ID
stsci
Resource ID
STSCI-J-p2209a-f-3840x2160.tif
Metadata Date
2022-07-07T15:50:51-04:00
Metadata Version
1.2
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103 light years