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Fig. 8


Model transmission spectra of HD 219666 b (top panel). The dots and error bars denote simulated single-transit JWST transmission observations with NIRISS SOSS and NIRSpec G395H (wavelength coverage at bottom) for two underlying models (solid curves) at temperatures of 600 and 1000 K (see legend). CH4 shows strongabsorption bands at 1.7, 2.3, and 3.3 μm in the 600 Kmodel; whereas CO and CO2 show their strongest absorption features at wavelengths beyond 4 μm in the 1000 K model. Bottom panels: composition of the main species that shape the transmission spectrum. Depending on the atmospheric temperature, carbon favours either higher CH4 (temperatures lower than ~900 K) or CO/CO2 abundances (otherwise).

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