Transiting exoplanets from the CoRoT space mission. I. CoRoT-Exo-1b: a low-density short-period plan

@article{Barge2008TransitingEF,
  title={Transiting exoplanets from the CoRoT space mission. I. CoRoT-Exo-1b: a low-density short-period plan},
  author={P. Barge and A. Baglin and M. Auvergne and H. Rauer and A. Leger and J. Schneider and F. Pont and S. Aigrain and J. Almenara and R. Alonso and M. Barbieri and P. Bord{\'e} and F. Bouchy and H. Deeg and R. Reza and M. Deleuil and R. Dvorak and A. Erikson and M. Fridlund and M. Gillon and P. Gondoin and T. Guillot and A. Hatzes and G. H{\'e}brard and L. Jorda and P. Kabath and H. Lammer and A. Llebaria and B. Loeillet and P. Magain and T. Mazeh and C. Moutou and M. Ollivier and M. Patzold and D. Queloz and D. Rouan and Avi Shporer and G. Wuchterl},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2008}
}
Context. The pioneer space mission for photometric planet searches, CoRoT, steadily monitors about 12,000 stars in each of its fields of view; it is able to detect transit candidates early in the processing of the data and before the end of a run. Aims. We report the detection of the first planet discovered by CoRoT and characterizing it with the help of follow-up observations. Methods. Raw data were filtered from outliers and residuals at the orbital period of the satellite. The orbital… Expand

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