WASP-25b: A 0.6M planet in the Southern hemisphere

@article{BEnoch2010WASP25bA0,
  title={WASP-25b: A 0.6M planet in the Southern hemisphere},
  author={B.Enoch and Andrew Collier Cameron and D.R.Anderson and T.A.Lister and C.Hellier and P.F.L.Maxted and D.Queloz and B.Smalley and A.H.M.J.Triaud and R.G.West and D.J.A.Brown and M.Gillon and L.Hebb and M.Lendl and N.Parley and F.Pepe and D.Pollacco and D.Segransan and E.Simpson and R.A.Street and S.Udry},
  journal={Scopus},
  year={2010}
}
We report the detection of a 0.6 MJ extrasolar planet by WASP-South, WASP-25b, transiting its solar-type host star every 3.76 d. A simultaneous analysis of the WASP, FTS and Euler photometry and CORALIE spectroscopy yields a planet of Rp= 1.22 RJ and Mp= 0.58 MJ around a slightly metal-poor solar-type host star, [Fe/H]=− 0.05 ± 0.10, of R*= 0.92 R⊙ and M*= 1.00 M⊙. WASP-25b is found to have a density of ρp= 0.32 ρJ, a low value for a sub-Jupiter mass planet. We investigate the relationship of… 
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