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Exoplanet: WASP-37 b
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Geographic location: east longitude: | north latitude: 47°
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Photometric filter: Clear
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60\" exposure time It was the first time for 4 students from the Lycée Xavier Marmier of Pontarlier (FRANCE) to an observation of exoplanet. During this night, the sky was perfect for observation. We could see Saturn and some globular cluster and galaxy (with another scope filter Astrodon exoplanete Ps: To improve our results we should increase the time exposure
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Mid transit HJDmid: (helcor = 0.00557)
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Transit duration: minut
Transit depth: mag
Submitted data: geocentric based on UTC
 
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Rp: 1.136 +/- 0.055 RJup 1.289 -0.029+0.028 RJup
R*: 0.977 +/- 0.043 RSun fixed, errors included in i
A: 0.04339 +/- 0.00148 AU fixed, errors included in i
Per: 3.577471 days fixed
i : 88.78 +/- 0.8 ° 88.13 -0.46|1.70+0.63|1.87 °


 


 

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