# Secondary eclipse observations for seven hot-Jupiters from the Anglo-Australian Telescope

@article{Zhou2015SecondaryEO,
title={Secondary eclipse observations for seven hot-Jupiters from the Anglo-Australian Telescope},
author={G. Zhou and Daniel Bayliss and Lucyna Kedziora-Chudczer and Christopher G. Tinney and Jeremy Bailey and Graeme S. Salter and J. Rodriguez},
journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
year={2015},
volume={454},
pages={3002-3019}
}
• Published 14 September 2015
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We report detections and constraints for the near infrared Ks band secondary eclipses of seven hot-Jupiters using the IRIS2 infrared camera on the Anglo-Australian Telescope. Eclipses in the Ks band for WASP-18b and WASP-36b have been measured for the first time. We also present new measurements for the eclipses of WASP-4b, WASP-5b, and WASP-46b, as well as upper limits for the eclipse depths of WASP-2b and WASP-76b. In particular, two full eclipses of WASP-46b were observed, allowing us to…

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