## Detalles de publicación

PP 018126

## Kepler-730: A hot Jupiter system with a close-in, transiting, Earth-sized planet

Several institutions from North and South America and Europe (including IAC and ULL)

Kepler-730 is a planetary system hosting a statistically validated hot Jupiter in a 6.49-day orbit and an additional transiting candidate in a 2.85-day orbit. We use spectroscopic radial velocities from the APOGEE-2N instrument, Robo-AO contrast curves, and Gaia distance estimates to statistically validate the planetary nature of the additional Earth-sized candidate. We perform astrophysical false positive probability calculations for the candidate using the available Kepler data and bolster the statistical validation by using radial velocity data to exclude a family of possible binary star solutions. Using a radius estimate for the primary star derived from stellar models, we compute radii of 1.100^+0.047_-0.050 R_Jup and 0.140+-0.012 R_Jup (1.57+-0.13 R_*) for Kepler-730b and Kepler-730c, respectively. Kepler-730 is only the second compact system hosting a hot Jupiter with an inner, transiting planet.