NEAR-INFRARED THERMAL EMISSION FROM WASP-12b: DETECTIONS OF THE SECONDARY ECLIPSE IN Ks, H, AND J

@article{Croll2011NEARINFRAREDTE,
  title={NEAR-INFRARED THERMAL EMISSION FROM WASP-12b: DETECTIONS OF THE SECONDARY ECLIPSE IN Ks, H, AND J},
  author={Bryce Croll and David Lafreni{\`e}re and Loic Albert and Ray Jayawardhana and Jonathan J. Fortney and Norman W. Murray},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={141},
  pages={30}
}
We present Ks, H, & J-band photometry of the very highly irradiated hot Jupiter WASP-12b using the Wide-field Infrared Camera on the Canada-France-Hawaii telescope. Our photometry brackets the secondary eclipse of WASP-12b in the Ks and H bands, and in J band starts in mid-eclipse and continues until well after the end of the eclipse. We detect its thermal emission in all three near-infrared bands. Our secondary eclipse depths are 0.309+0.013 ?0.012% in Ks band (24?), 0.176+0.016 ?0.021% in H… Expand
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