$TESS$ Phase Curve of the Hot Jupiter WASP-19b

@article{Wong2019TESSPC,
  title={\$TESS\$ Phase Curve of the Hot Jupiter WASP-19b},
  author={I. Wong and B. Benneke and A. Shporer and T. Fetherolf and S. Kane and G. Ricker and R. Vanderspek and S. Seager and J. Winn and K. Collins and I. Mireles and R. Morris and P. Tenenbaum and E. Ting and S. Rinehart and J. Villase{\~n}or},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
  • I. Wong, B. Benneke, +13 authors J. Villaseñor
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
  • We analyze the phase curve of the short-period transiting hot Jupiter system WASP-19, which was observed by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite ($TESS$) in Sector 9. WASP-19 is one of only five transiting exoplanet systems with full-orbit phase curve measurements at both optical and infrared wavelengths. We measure a secondary eclipse depth of $470^{+130}_{-110}$ ppm and detect a strong atmospheric brightness modulation signal with a semi-amplitude of $319\pm51$ ppm. No significant offset… CONTINUE READING
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