Seven transiting hot Jupiters from WASP-South, Euler and TRAPPIST: WASP-47b, WASP-55b, WASP-61b, WASP-62b, WASP-63b, WASP-66b and WASP-67b

@article{Hellier2012SevenTH,
  title={Seven transiting hot Jupiters from WASP-South, Euler and TRAPPIST: WASP-47b, WASP-55b, WASP-61b, WASP-62b, WASP-63b, WASP-66b and WASP-67b},
  author={Coel Hellier and D. R. Anderson and Andrew Collier Cameron and Amanda P. Doyle and Micha{\"e}l Gillon and Emmanuel Jehin and Monika Lendl and P. F. L. Maxted and Francesco A. Pepe and Don Pollacco and Didier Queloz and Damien S{\'e}gransan and Barry Smalley and A M S Smith and John Southworth and A. H. M. J. Triaud and St{\'e}phane Udry and Richard G. West},
  journal={Scopus},
  year={2012}
}
We present seven new transiting hot Jupiters from the WASP-South survey. The planets are all typical hot Jupiters orbiting stars from F4 to K0 with magnitudes of V = 10.3–12.5. The orbital periods are all in the range of 3.9–4.6 d, the planetary masses range from 0.4 to 2.3 MJup and the radii from 1.1 to 1.4 RJup. In line with known hot Jupiters, the planetary densities range from Jupiter-like to inflated (ρ = 0.13–1.07ρJup). We use the increasing numbers of known hot Jupiters to investigate… 

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