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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    7 May 2018An absolute sodium abundance for a cloud-free 'hot Saturn' exoplanet.  Nikolov, N; Sing, DK; Fortney, JJ; et al.
    31 January 2018A Comparison of Simulated JWST Observations Derived from Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Chemistry Models of Giant Exoplanets  Blumenthal, SD; Mandell, AM; Hébrard, E; et al.
    21 December 2017The Complete transmission spectrum of WASP-39b with a precise water constraint  Wakeford, HR; Sing, DK; Deming, D; et al.
    10 June 2020Confirmation of water emission in the dayside spectrum of the ultrahot Jupiter WASP-121b  Mikal-Evans, T; Sing, DK; Kataria, T; et al.
    22 April 2020Detection of Na, K, and H2O in the hazy atmosphere of WASP-6b  Carter, AL; Nikolov, N; Sing, DK; et al.
    3 November 2018Fully scalable forward model grid of exoplanet transmission spectra (article)  Goyal, JM; Wakeford, HR; Mayne, NJ; et al.
    12 May 2017HAT-P-26b: A Neptune-mass exoplanet with a well-constrained heavy element abundance  Wakeford, HR; Sing, DK; Kataria, T; et al.
    2 May 2018Helium in the eroding atmosphere of an exoplanet  Spake, JJ; Sing, DK; Evans, TM; et al.
    20 January 2017HST PanCET Program: a cloudy atmosphere for the promising JWST Target WASP-101b  Wakeford, HR; Stevenson, KB; Lewis, NK; et al.
    6 November 2017Hubble PanCET: An isothermal day-side atmosphere for the bloated gas-giant HAT-P-32Ab  Nikolov, N; Sing, DK; Goyal, J; et al.
    13 August 2020A Library of Self-Consistent Simulated Exoplanet Atmospheres  Goyal, JM; Mayne, N; Drummond, B; et al.
    28 November 2018An optical transmission spectrum for the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-121b measured with the Hubble Space Telescope  Evans, TM; Sing, DK; Goyal, J; et al.
    28 September 2018The Transiting Exoplanet Community Early Release Science Program for JWST  Bean, JL; Stevenson, KB; Batalha, NM; et al.
    23 June 2016Transiting Exoplanet Studies and Community Targets for JWST's Early Release Science Program  Stevenson, KB; Lewis, NK; Bean, JL; et al.