WASP-3b: a strongly irradiated transiting gas-giant planet

@article{Pollacco2007WASP3bAS,
  title={WASP-3b: a strongly irradiated transiting gas-giant planet},
  author={D. Pollacco and I. Skillen and A. Cameron and B. Loeillet and H. C. Stempels and F. Bouchy and N. Gibson and L. Hebb and G. H{\'e}brard and Y. Joshi and I. McDonald and B. Smalley and A.M.S. Smith and R. Street and S. Udry and R. West and D. Wilson and P. Wheatley and S. Aigrain and C. Benn and V. A. Bruce and D. Christian and W. Clarkson and B. Enoch and A. Evans and A.Fitzsimmons and C. Haswell and C. Hellier and S. Hickey and S. Hodgkin and K. Horne and M. Hrudkov{\'a} and J. Irwin and S. Kane and F. Keenan and T. Lister and P. Maxted and M. Mayor and C. Moutou and A. Norton and J. Osborne and N. Parley and F. Pont and D. Queloz and R. Ryans and E. Simpson},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={385},
  pages={1576-1584}
}
We report the discovery of WASP-3b, the third transiting exoplanet to be discovered by the WASP and SOPHIE collaboration. WASP-3b transits its host star USNO-B1.0 1256−0285133 every 1.846 834 ± 0.000 002 d. Our high-precision radial velocity measurements present a variation with amplitude characteristic of a planetary-mass companion and in phase with the light curve. Adaptive optics imaging shows no evidence for nearby stellar companions, and line-bisector analysis excludes faint, unresolved… Expand
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