Terms Photometry of Known Transiting Exoplanets

@article{Dragomir2011TermsPO,
  title={Terms Photometry of Known Transiting Exoplanets},
  author={Diana Dragomir and Stephen R. Kane and Genady Pilyavsky and Suvrath Mahadevan and David R. Ciardi and Jonathan Zachary Gazak and Dawn M. Gelino and Alan Payne and Markus Rabus and Solange V. Ram{\'i}rez and Kaspar von Braun and Jason T. Wright and Pamela Wyatt},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={142},
  pages={115}
}
The Transit Ephemeris Refinement and Monitoring Survey conducts radial velocity and photometric monitoring of known exoplanets in order to refine planetary orbits and predictions of possible transit times. This effort is primarily directed toward planets not known to transit, but a small sample of our targets consists of known transiting systems. Here we present precision photometry for six WASP (Wide Angle Search for Planets) planets acquired during their transit windows. We perform a Markov… Expand
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