NGTS Publications

  1. Teske et al, 2021 ApJ submitted
    The Magellan-TESS Survey I: Survey Description and Mid-Survey Results
  2. Hobson et al, 2021, AJ in press
    A transiting warm giant planet around the young active star TOI-201
  3. Leleu et al, 2021, A&A in press
    Six transiting planets and a chain of Laplace resonances in TOI-178
  4. Weiss et al, 2021, AJ 161, 56
    The TESS-Keck Survey. II. An Ultra-short-period Rocky Planet and Its Siblings Transiting the Galactic Thick-disk Star TOI-561
  5. Smith et al, 2021, A&A 646, 11
    NGTS-14Ab: a Neptune-sized transiting planet in the desert
  6. Grieves et al, 2021, A&A in press
    NGTS-13b: A hot 4.8 Jupiter-mass planet transiting a subgiant star
  7. Chote et al, 2021, MNRAS 502, 581e
    NGTS and HST insights into the long-period modulation in GW Librae
  8. Cooke et al, 2021, MNRAS 500, 5088
    Resolving period aliases for TESS monotransits recovered during the extended mission
  9. Jenkins et al, 2020, Nature Astronomy 4, 1148
    An ultrahot Neptune in the Neptune desert
  10. Bryant et al, 2020, MNRAS 499, 3139
    NGTS-12b: A sub-Saturn mass transiting exoplanet in a 7.53 day orbit
  11. Dillon et al, 2020, ApJ 904, 109
    Statistical Signatures of Nanoflare Activity. II. A Nanoflare Explanation for Periodic Brightenings in Flare Stars Observed by NGTS
  12. Brahm et al, 2020 AJ 160, 14
    TOI-481 b and TOI-892 b: Two Long-period Hot Jupiters from the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite
  13. Acton et al, 2020, MNRAS 498, 3115
    An eclipsing M-dwarf close to the hydrogen burning limit from NGTS
  14. Bayliss et al, 2020, Messenger 181, 28
    NGTS - Uncovering New Worlds with Ultra-Precise Photometry
  15. Jackman et al, 2020, MNRAS 497, 809
    NGTS clusters survey - II. White-light flares from the youngest stars in Orion
  16. Gill et al, 2020, ApJL 898, L11
    NGTS-11 b (TOI-1847 b): A Transiting Warm Saturn Recovered from a TESS Single-transit Event
  17. Armstrong et al, 2020, Nature 583, 39
    A remnant planetary core in the hot Neptunian desert
  18. Gill et al, 2020 MNRAS 495, 2713
    A long period (P = 61.8-d) M5V dwarf eclipsing a Sun-like star from TESS and NGTS
  19. Bryant et al, 2020, MNRAS 494, 5872
    Simultaneous TESS and NGTS transit observations of WASP-166 b
  20. Smith et al, 2020, AN 341, 273
    Shallow transit follow-up from NGTS: simultaneous observations of HD106315 with 11 identical telescopes
  21. Acton et al, 2020, MNRAS 494, 3950
    NGTS J214358.5-380102 - NGTS discovery of the most eccentric known eclipsing M-dwarf binary system
  22. Lendl et al, 2020 MNRAS 492, 1761
    TOI-222: a single-transit TESS candidate revealed to be a 34-d eclipsing binary with CORALIE, EulerCam, and NGTS
  23. Gill et al, 2020, MNRAS 491, 1548
    NGTS and WASP photometric recovery of a single-transit candidate from TESS
  24. McCormac et al, 2020, MNRAS 493, 126
    NGTS-10b: the shortest period hot Jupiter yet discovered
  25. Costes et al, 2020, MNRAS 491, 2834
    NGTS-8b and NGTS-9b: two non-inflated hot Jupiters
  26. Gillen et al, 2020, MNRAS 492, 1008
    NGTS clusters survey - I. Rotation in the young benchmark open cluster Blanco 1
  27. Jackman et al, 2019, MNRAS 489, 5146
    NGTS-7Ab: An ultra-short period brown dwarf transiting a tidally-locked and active M dwarf
  28. Chaushev et al, 2019, MNRAS 488, 5232
    Classifying Exoplanet Candidates with Convolutional Neural Networks: Application to the Next Generation Transit Survey
  29. Vines et al, 2019, MNRAS 489, 4125
    NGTS-6b: An Ultra Hot-Jupiter Orbiting a Metal-rich star
  30. Jackman et al, 2019, MNRAS 485, 136
    Detection of a giant white-light flare on an L2.5 dwarf with the Next Generation Transit Survey
  31. Eigmueller et al, 2019, A&A 625, 142
    NGTS-5b: a highly inflated planet offering insights into the sub-Jovian desert
  32. Jackman et al, 2019, MNRAS 482, 5553
    Detection of a giant flare displaying quasi-periodic pulsations from a pre-main-sequence M star by the Next Generation Transit Survey
  33. West et al,2019, MNRAS 486, 5094
    NGTS-4b: A sub-Neptune transiting in the desert
  34. Osborn et al, 2019, MNRAS 485 1614
    The PDS 110 observing campaign -- photometric and spectroscopic observations reveal eclipses are aperiodic
  35. Raynard et al, 2018, MNRAS 481, 4960
    NGTS-2b: an inflated hot-Jupiter transiting a bright F-dwarf
  36. Guenther et al, 2018, MNRAS 478, 4720
    Unmasking the hidden NGTS-3Ab: a Hot Jupiter in an unresolved binary system
  37. Armstrong et al, 2018, MNRAS 478, 4225
    Automatic vetting of planet candidates from ground based surveys: Machine learning with NGTS
  38. Casewell et al, 2019, MNRAS 481, 1897
    A low-mass eclipsing binary within the fully convective zone from the Next Generation Transit Survey
  39. Jackman et al, 2018, MNRAS 477, 4655
    Ground-based detection of G star superflares with NGTS
  40. Bayliss et al, 2018, MNRAS 475, 4467
    NGTS-1b: A hot Jupiter transiting an M-dwarf
  41. Wheatley et al, 2018, MNRAS 475, 4476
    The Next Generation Transit Survey (NGTS)
  42. Guenther et al, 2017, MNRAS 472, 295
    Centroid vetting of transiting planet candidates from the Next Generation Transit Survey
  43. Guenther et al, 2017, MNRAS 465, 3379
    A new yield simulator for transiting planets and false positives: application to the Next Generation Transit Survey
  44. McCormac et al, 2017, PASP 129, 25002
    The Next Generation Transit Survey - Prototyping Phase
  45. West et al, 2016, The Messenger, 165, 10
    The Next Generation Transit Survey Becomes Operational at Paranal
  46. McCormac et al, 2014, RMxAC 45, 98
    The next generation transit survey prototyping phase
  47. Wheatley et al, 2014, IAUS 229, 311
    Next Generation Transit Survey (NGTS)
  48. Wheatley et al, 2013, EPJWC 47, 13002
    The Next Generation Transit Survey (NGTS)
  49. Chazelas et al, 2012, SPIE 8444, 10
    NGTS: a robotic transit survey to detect Neptune and super-Earth mass planets