Updated Spitzer Emission Spectroscopy of Bright Transiting Hot Jupiter HD 189733b

@article{Todorov2014UpdatedSE,
  title={Updated Spitzer Emission Spectroscopy of Bright Transiting Hot Jupiter HD 189733b},
  author={K. Todorov and D. Deming and A. Burrows and C. Grillmair},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={796},
  pages={100}
}
We analyze all existing secondary eclipse time series spectroscopy of hot Jupiter HD 189733b acquired with the now defunct Spitzer/Infrared Spectrograph (IRS) instrument. We describe the novel approaches we develop to remove the systematic effects and extract accurate secondary eclipse depths as a function of wavelength in order to construct the emission spectrum of the exoplanet. We compare our results with a previous study by Grillmair et al. that did not examine all data sets available to us… Expand
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