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Author Correction: Water vapour in the atmosphere of the habitable-zone eight-Earth-mass planet K2-18 b

The Original Article was published on 11 September 2019

Correction to: Nature Astronomy https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-019-0878-9, published online 11 September 2019.

In the version of this Letter originally published, in the last sentence of the second paragraph the unit of bulk density incorrectly read g cm–1; it should have been g cm−3. This has now been corrected.

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Tsiaras, A., Waldmann, I.P., Tinetti, G. et al. Author Correction: Water vapour in the atmosphere of the habitable-zone eight-Earth-mass planet K2-18 b. Nat Astron 3, 1156 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-019-0924-7

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