Discovery of WASP-113b and WASP-114b, two inflated hot-Jupiters with contrasting densities

@inproceedings{Barros2016DiscoveryOW,
  title={Discovery of WASP-113b and WASP-114b, two inflated hot-Jupiters with contrasting densities},
  author={Susana C. C. Barros and D. J. A. Brown and Guillaume H'ebrard and Yilen G'omez Maqueo Chew and Douglas R. Anderson and Panos Boumis and Laetitia Delrez and Karen L. Hay and Kristine W. F. Lam and J. Llama and Monika Lendl and James Mccormac and Brian A. Skiff and Barry Smalley and Oliver Turner and M. Vanhuysse and David E J Armstrong and Isabelle Boisse and Franccois Bouchy and Andrew Collier Cameron and Francesca Faedi and Micha{\"e}l Gillon and Coel Hellier and Emmanuel Jehin and Anastasios Liakos and John Meaburn and H. P. Osborn and Francesco Pepe and Ilse Plauchu-Frayn and D. L. Pollacco and Didier Queloz and J. Rey and J. Spake and D.Segransan and A. H. M. Triaud and St'ephane Udry and Simon. R. Walker and Christopher A. Watson and Richard G. West and Peter J. Wheatley},
  year={2016}
}
Aims. We present the discovery and characterisation of the exoplanets WASP-113b and WASP-114b by the WASP survey, SOPHIE and CORALIE. Methods. The planetary nature of the systems was established by performing follow-up photometric and spectroscopic observations. The follow-up data were combined with the WASP-photometry and analysed with an MCMC code to obtain system parameters. Results. The host stars WASP-113 and WASP-114 are very similar. They are both early G-type stars with an effective… CONTINUE READING

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