New transit observations for HAT-P-30 b, HAT-P-37 b, TrES-5 b, WASP-28 b, WASP-36 b, and WASP-39 b
Maciejewski et al
We present new transit light curves for planets in six extrasolar planetary systems. They were acquired with 0.4-2.2 m telescopes located in west Asia, Europe, and South America. When combined with literature data, they allowed us to redetermine system parameters in a homogeneous way. Our results for individual systems are in agreement with values reported in previous studies. We refined transit ephemerides and reduced uncertainties of orbital periods by a factor between 2 and 7. No sign of any variations in transit times was detected for the planets studied.
Thursday, June 9, 2016
New transit observations for HAT-P-30b, HAT-P-37b, TrES-5b, WASP-28b, WASP-36b & WASP-39b
Posted by Will Baird at 4:00 PM
Labels: gas giants, giant planets, HAT-P-30b, HAT-P-37b, hot jupiters, transit detection, tres-5b, wasp-28b, WASP-36b, wasp-39b
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