Photometrically Derived Masses and Radii of the Planet and Star in the TrES-2 System

@article{Barclay2012PhotometricallyDM,
  title={Photometrically Derived Masses and Radii of the Planet and Star in the TrES-2 System},
  author={Thomas Barclay and Daniel Huber and Jason F. Rowe and Jonathan J. Fortney and Caroline V. Morley and Elisa V. Quintana and Daniel C. Fabrycky and Geert Barentsen and Steven Bloemen and Jessie L. Christiansen and B. O. Demory and Benjamin J. Fulton and Jon M. Jenkins and Fergal Robert Mullally and Darin Ragozzine and Shawn E. Seader and Avi Shporer and Peter Tenenbaum and Susan E. Thompson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={761},
  pages={53}
}
We measure the mass and radius of the star and planet in the TrES-2 system using 2.7 years of observations by the Kepler spacecraft. The light curve shows evidence for ellipsoidal variations and Doppler beaming on a period consistent with the orbital period of the planet with amplitudes of 2.79+0.44 –0.62 and 3.44+0.32 –0.37 parts per million (ppm), respectively, and a difference between the dayside and the nightside planetary flux of 3.41+0.55 –0.82 ppm. We present an asteroseismic analysis of… Expand

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