WASP-1b and WASP-2b: Two new transiting exoplanets detected with SuperWASP and SOPHIE

@article{Cameron2006WASP1bAW,
  title={WASP-1b and WASP-2b: Two new transiting exoplanets detected with SuperWASP and SOPHIE},
  author={Andrew Collier Cameron and François Bouchy and Guillaume H{\'e}brard and P. F. L. Maxted and Don Pollacco and Fr'ed'eric Pont and Ian Skillen and Barry Smalley and Rachel A. Street and Richard G. West and D. Mark Wilson and Suzanne Aigrain and Damian J. Christian and William I. Clarkson and B E Enoch and Aneurin Evans and Alan Fitzsimmons and Matthew Fleenor and Micha{\"e}l Gillon and Carole A. Haswell and Leslie Hebb and Coel Hellier and Simon T. Hodgkin and Keith D. Horne and Jonathan M. Irwin and Stephen R. Kane and Francis P. Keenan and B. Loeillet and Tim A. Lister and Michel Mayor and Claire Moutou and Andrew J. Norton and Julian P. Osborne and Neil R. Parley and Didier Queloz and Robert S. I. Ryans and Amaury H. M. J. Triaud and St{\'e}phane Udry and Peter J. Wheatley},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={375},
  pages={951-957}
}
We have detected low-amplitude radial-velocity variations in two stars, USNO-B1.0 1219‐ 0005465 (GSC 02265‐00107 = WASP‐1) and USNO-B1.0 0964‐0543604 (GSC 00522‐ 01199 = WASP‐2). Both stars were identified as being likely host stars of transiting exoplanets in the 2004 SuperWASP wide-field transit survey. Using the newly commissioned radial-velocity spectrograph SOPHIE at the Observatoire de Haute-Provence, we found that both objects exhibit reflex orbital radial-velocity variations with… 

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