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Although our understanding of how planetary systems come to exist has drastically improved over the last two decades, there is still plenty of research to be made around the formation and evolution of massive, short-orbit exoplanets e.g. hot Jupiters, warm Neptunes. Do they form through migration mechanism or through in-situ formation? By better understanding the occurrence rates of these types of planets in every stage of a star's life, we can better understand their fate and hope to favourdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4563348 fatcat:yhtkqxaqgzdctoaojkcwmtdyxi