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STScI maintains the below list of refereed publications from the scientific literature with significant JWST content. This list includes refereed articles describing science cases, anticipated observations, and simulations. 



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JexoSim: a time-domain simulator of exoplanet transit spectroscopy with JWST

2020/01 Sarkar, Subhajit; Madhusudhan, Nikku; Papageorgiou, Andreas

Towards the analysis of JWST exoplanet spectra: the effective temperature in the context of direct imaging

2019/12 Baudino, Jean-Loup; Taylor, J.; Irwin, Patrick G. J. et al.

Semi-analytic forecasts for JWST - II. Physical properties and scaling relations for galaxies at z = 4-10

2019/12 Yung, L. Y. Aaron; Somerville, Rachel S.; Popping, Gergö et al.

Photometric Precision of a Si:As Impurity Band Conduction Mid-infrared Detector and Application to Transit Spectroscopy

2019/12 Matsuo, Taro; Greene, Thomas P.; Johnson, Roy R. et al.

Predicting the Yield of Potential Venus Analogs from TESS and Their Potential for Atmospheric Characterization

2019/11 Ostberg, Colby; Kane, Stephen R.

The Precision of Mass Measurements Required for Robust Atmospheric Characterization of Transiting Exoplanets

2019/11 Batalha, Natasha E.; Lewis, Taylor; Fortney, Jonathan et al.

Habitability and Spectroscopic Observability of Warm M-dwarf Exoplanets Evaluated with a 3D Chemistry-Climate Model

2019/11 Chen, Howard; Wolf, Eric T.; Zhan, Zhuchang et al.

Balmer breaks in simulated galaxies at z > 6

2019/11 Binggeli, Christian; Zackrisson, Erik; Ma, Xiangcheng et al.

TOI-150b and TOI-163b: two transiting hot Jupiters, one eccentric and one inflated, revealed by TESS near and at the edge of the JWST CVZ

2019/11 Kossakowski, Diana; Espinoza, Néstor; Brahm, Rafael et al.

Default Parallels: The Science Potential of JWST Parallel Observations During TSO Primary Observations

2019/11 Holwerda, B. W.; Fraine, Jonathan; Mouawad, Nelly et al.

An 11 Earth-mass, Long-period Sub-Neptune Orbiting a Sun-like Star

2019/10 Mayo, Andrew W.; Rajpaul, Vinesh M.; Buchhave, Lars A. et al.

Brown Dwarf Atmospheres as the Potentially Most Detectable and Abundant Sites for Life

2019/10 Lingam, Manasvi; Loeb, Abraham

Exploring Exoplanet Cloud Assumptions in JWST Transmission Spectra

2019/10 Mai, Chuhong; Line, Michael R.

An empirical infrared transit spectrum of Earth: opacity windows and biosignatures

2019/10 Macdonald, Evelyn J. R.; Cowan, Nicolas B.

Search for isolated Galactic Centre stellar mass black holes in the IR and sub-mm range

2019/10 Ivanov, P. B.; Lukash, V. N.; Pilipenko, S. V. et al.

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