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Exoplanet: WASP-33 b
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Geographic location: east longitude: 15° | north latitude: 37°
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Photometric filter: Clear
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Exp. Time: 30 s CCD Temp.: -10 °C Binning: 1x1 Seeing: 2 pixel Defocus FWHM: 9 pixel Photometric apertures: radius 11, gap 4, Thick. 12 (MaxIM DL) Limb darkening: 0.6 (assumed) Note: by using AIJ, quadratic limb darkening coeffincients better fit ingress ad egress.
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Mid transit HJDmid: (helcor = 0.00475)
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Submitted data: geocentric based on UTC
 
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Rp: 1.497 +/- 0.045 RJup 1.782 -0.020+0.020 RJup
R*: 1.444 +/- 0.034 RSun fixed, errors included in i
A: 0.02555 +/- 0.00017 AU fixed, errors included in i
Per: 1.2198669 days fixed
i : 87.67 +/- 1.81 ° 90.00 -0.82|4.12+0.00|0.00 °


 


 

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object WASP-33 b

  1. Giuseppe Marino, 30. 10. 2013
    The parent star is a pulsating: Herrero et al., A&A 526, 10 (2011)
     

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  1. Luboš Brát, 28. 11. 2010 (www)
    Smooth brightening in the middle of the transit is real. It is clearly visible in light curves made for all comparison stars in the field. A star-spot?
     

 

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