Smaller than Expected Bright-spot Offsets in Spitzer Phase Curves of the Hot Jupiter Qatar-1b

@article{Keating2020SmallerTE,
  title={Smaller than Expected Bright-spot Offsets in Spitzer Phase Curves of the Hot Jupiter Qatar-1b},
  author={Dylan Keating and Kevin B. Stevenson and Nicolas B. Cowan and Emily Rauscher and Jacob L. Bean and Taylor J Bell and Lisa Dang and Drake L. Deming and J.-M. D'esert and Y. Katherina Feng and Jonathan J. Fortney and Tiffany Kataria and Eliza M.-R. Kempton and Nikole K. Lewis and Michael R. Line and Megan Mansfield and Erin M. May and Caroline V. Morley and A. P. Showman},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2020}
}
We present \textit{Spitzer} full-orbit thermal phase curves of the hot Jupiter Qatar-1b, a planet with the same equilibrium temperature---and intermediate surface gravity and orbital period---as the well-studied planets HD 209458b and WASP-43b. We measure secondary eclipse of $0.21 \pm 0.02 \%$ at $3.6~\mu$m and $0.30 \pm 0.02 \%$ at $4.5~\mu$m, corresponding to dayside brightness temperatures of $1542^{+32}_{-31}$~K and $1557^{+35}_{-36}$~K, respectively, consistent with a vertically… Expand

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