WASP-23b: a transiting hot Jupiter around a K dwarf and its Rossiter-McLaughlin effect

@article{Triaud2011WASP23bAT,
  title={WASP-23b: a transiting hot Jupiter around a K dwarf and its Rossiter-McLaughlin effect},
  author={Amaury H. M. J. Triaud and Didier Queloz and Coel Hellier and Micha{\"e}l Gillon and Barry Smalley and Leslie Hebb and Andrew Collier Cameron and David R. Anderson and Isabelle Boisse and Guillaume H{\'e}brard and Emmanuel Jehin and Tim A. Lister and Christophe Lovis and Pierre F. L. Maxted and Francesco A. Pepe and Don Pollacco and Damien S{\'e}gransan and Elaine Simpson and St{\'e}phane Udry and Richard G. West},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2011},
  volume={531},
  pages={6}
}
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