A Transiting Extrasolar Giant Planet around the Star OGLE-TR-10

@article{Konacki2004ATE,
  title={A Transiting Extrasolar Giant Planet around the Star OGLE-TR-10},
  author={Maciej Konacki and Guillermo Torres and Dimitar D. Sasselov and G. Pietrzynski and Andrzej Udalski and Saurabh W. Jha and Mar'ia Teresa Ruiz and Wolfgang Gieren and Dante Minniti},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={624},
  pages={372-377}
}
We report a transiting extrasolar giant planet around the star OGLE-TR-10 (orbital period = 3.1 days), which was uncovered as a candidate by the OGLE team in their photometric survey toward the Galactic center. We observed OGLE-TR-10 spectroscopically over a period of 2 yr (2002-2004), using the HIRES instrument with an iodine cell on the Keck I telescope, and measured small radial velocity variations that are consistent with the presence of a planetary companion. This confirms the earlier… 

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