A new analysis of the WASP-3 system: no evidence for an additional companion

@article{Montalto2012ANA,
  title={A new analysis of the WASP-3 system: no evidence for an additional companion},
  author={M. Montalto and Joao Gregorio and Gwena{\"e}l Bou{\'e} and Annelies Mortier and Isabelle Boisse and Morteza Oshagh and Matteo Maturi and Pedro Figueira and S{\'e}rgio G. Sousa and N. C. Santos Centro de Astrofisica da Universidade do Porto and Portugal Atalaia group and Crow Observatory-Portalegre and Portugal Departamento de Fisica e Astronomia and Faculdad de Ciencias and Universidade do Porto and Portugal Zentrum fuer Astronomie and Universitaet Heidelberg and H Germany},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2012},
  volume={427},
  pages={2757-2771}
}
In this work, we investigate the problem concerning the presence of additional bodies gravitationally bound with the WASP-3 system. We present eight new transits of this planet gathered between 2009 May and 2011 September by using the 30-cm telescope at the Crow Observatory-Portalegre, and analyse all the photometric and radial velocity data published so far. We did not observe significant periodicities in the Fourier spectrum of the observed minus calculated (O − C) transit timing and radial… Expand
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