HST PanCET Program: A Complete Near-UV to Infrared Transmission Spectrum for the Hot Jupiter WASP-79b

@article{Rathcke2021HSTPP,
  title={HST PanCET Program: A Complete Near-UV to Infrared Transmission Spectrum for the Hot Jupiter WASP-79b},
  author={Alexander D. Rathcke and Ryan J. MacDonald and Joanna K. Barstow and Jayesh M. Goyal and Mercedes L{\'o}pez-Morales and Jo{\~a}o M. Mendonça and Jorge Sanz-Forcada and Gregory W. Henry and David K. Sing and Munazza K. Alam and Nikole K. Lewis and Katy L. Chubb and Jake Taylor and Nikolay Nikolov and Lars A. Buchhave},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={162}
}
We present a new optical transmission spectrum of the hot Jupiter WASP-79b. We observed three transits with the STIS instrument mounted on the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), spanning 0.3–1.0 μm. Combining these transits with previous observations, we construct a complete 0.3–5.0 μm transmission spectrum of WASP-79b. Both HST and ground-based observations show decreasing transit depths toward blue wavelengths, contrary to expectations from Rayleigh scattering or hazes. We infer atmospheric and… 
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