TOI-1136 is a Young, Coplanar, Aligned Planetary System in a Pristine Resonant Chain

Fei Dai, Kento Masuda, Corey Beard, Paul Robertson, Max Goldberg, Konstantin Batygin, Luke Bouma, Jack J. Lissauer, Emil Knudstrup, Simon Albrecht, Andrew W. Howard, Heather A. Knutson, Erik A. Petigura, Lauren M. Weiss, Howard Isaacson, Martti Holst Kristiansen, Hugh Osborn, Songhu Wang, Xian Yu Wang, Aida BehmardMichael Greklek-McKeon, Shreyas Vissapragada, Natalie M. Batalha, Casey L. Brinkman, Ashley Chontos, Ian Crossfield, Courtney Dressing, Tara Fetherolf, Benjamin Fulton, Michelle L. Hill, Daniel Huber, Stephen R. Kane, Jack Lubin, Mason MacDougall, Andrew Mayo, Teo Močnik, Joseph M. Akana Murphy, Ryan A. Rubenzahl, Nicholas Scarsdale, Dakotah Tyler, Judah Van Zandt, Alex S. Polanski, Hans Martin Schwengeler, Ivan A. Terentev, Paul Benni, Allyson Bieryla, David Ciardi, Ben Falk, E. Furlan, Eric Girardin, Pere Guerra, Katharine M. Hesse, Steve B. Howell, J. Lillo-Box, Elisabeth C. Matthews, Joseph D. Twicken, Joel Villaseñor, David W. Latham, Jon M. Jenkins, George R. Ricker, Sara Seager, Roland Vanderspek, Joshua N. Winn

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