An optical transmission spectrum of the transiting hot Jupiter in the metal-poor WASP-98 planetary system

  title={An optical transmission spectrum of the transiting hot Jupiter in the metal-poor WASP-98 planetary system},
  author={Luigi Mancini and Mose Giordano and Paul Molli{\`e}re and John Southworth and Rafael Brahm and Simona Ciceri and Th. Henning},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
The WASP-98 planetary system represents a rare case of a hot Jupiter hosted by a metalpoor main-sequence star. We present a follow-up study of this system based on multiband photometry and high-res ... 

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