Three irradiated and bloated hot Jupiters:. WASP-76b, WASP-82b, and WASP-90b

@article{West2013ThreeIA,
  title={Three irradiated and bloated hot Jupiters:. WASP-76b, WASP-82b, and WASP-90b},
  author={Richard G. West and Jose M. Almenara and D. R. Anderson and François Bouchy and D. J. A. Brown and Andrew Collier Cameron and Magali Deleuil and Laetitia Delrez and Amanda P. Doyle and Francesca Faedi and Aur{\'e}lie Fumel and Micha{\"e}l Gillon and Guillaume H{\'e}brard and Coel Hellier and Emmanuel Jehin and Monika Lendl and Pierre 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 A. H. M. J. Triaud and St{\'e}phane Udry},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2013},
  volume={585}
}
We report on three new transiting hot Jupiter planets, discovered from the WASP surveys, which we combine with radial velocities from OHP/ SOPHIE and Euler/CORALIE and photometry from Euler and TRAPPIST. The planets WASP-76b, WASP-82b, and WASP-90b are all inflated, with radii of 1.7-1.8 R-Jup. All three orbit hot stars, of type F5-F7, with orbits of 1.8-3.9 d, and all three stars have evolved, post-main-sequence radii (1.7-2.2 R-circle dot). Thus the three planets fit a known trend of hot… 

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