TESS unveils the phase curve of WASP-33b. Characterization of the planetary atmosphere and the pulsations from the star

@article{Essen2020TESSUT,
  title={TESS unveils the phase curve of WASP-33b. Characterization of the planetary atmosphere and the pulsations from the star},
  author={C. .. Essen and M. Mallonn and C. C. Borre and V. Antoci and K. Stassun and S. Khalafinejad and G. Tautvaivsiene},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
We present the detection and characterization of the full-orbit phase curve and secondary eclipse of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-33b at optical wavelengths, along with the pulsation spectrum of the host star. We analyzed data collected by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) in sector 18. WASP-33b belongs to a very short list of highly irradiated exoplanets that were discovered from the ground and were later visited by TESS. The host star of WASP-33b is of delta Scuti-type and shows… Expand

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