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J/ApJ/733/116         HAT-P-28 and HAT-P-29 photometry         (Buchhave+, 2011)

HAT-P-28b and HAT-P-29b: two sub-Jupiter mass transiting planets. Buchhave L.A., Bakos G.A., Hartman J.D., Torres G., Latham D.W., Andersen J., Kovacs G., Noyes R.W., Shporer A., Esquerdo G.A., Fischer D.A., Johnson J.A., Marcy G.W., Howard A.W., Beky B., Sasselov D.D., Furesz G., Quinn S.N., Stefanik R.P., Szklenar T., Berlind P., Calkins M.L., Lazar J., Papp I., Sari P. <Astrophys. J., 733, 116 (2011)> =2011ApJ...733..116B
ADC_Keywords: Photometry, CCD ; Planets ; Stars, double and multiple Keywords: planetary systems - techniques: spectroscopic - techniques: photometric - stars: individual (HAT-P-28, GSC 2284-00503, HAT-P-29, GSC 3293-01539) Abstract: We present the discovery of two transiting exoplanets. HAT-P-28b orbits a V=13.03 G3 dwarf star with a period P=3.2572 days and has a mass of 0.63±0.04MJ and a radius of 1.21+0.11-0.08RJ yielding a mean density of 0.44±0.09g/cm3. HAT-P-29b orbits a V=11.90 F8 dwarf star with a period P=5.7232 days and has a mass of 0.78+0.08-0.04MJ and a radius of 1.11+0.14-0.08RJ yielding a mean density of 0.71±0.18g/cm3. We discuss the properties of these planets in the context of other known transiting planets Description: In-transit photometric observations of HAT-P-28 and HAT-P-29 were obtained with the KeplerCam CCD camera on the FLWO 1.2m telescope and with the 2.0m Faulkes Telescope North (FTN) at Haleakala Observatory in Hawaii, in 2010 Sep 3 and 6 (KeplerCam) and 2010 Oct 2 (FTN) for HAT-P-28 and in 2011 Jan 1 and 24 (KeplerCam) for HAT-P-29. Objects: ------------------------------------------------------------------ RA (2000) DE Designation(s) (Period) ------------------------------------------------------------------ 00 52 00.19 +34 43 42.2 HAT-P-28 = GSC 02284-00503 (P=3.2572) 02 12 31.49 +51 46 43.6 HAT-P-29 = GSC 03293-01539 (P=5.7232) ------------------------------------------------------------------ File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table3.dat 39 767 High-precision differential photometry of HAT-P-28 table4.dat 39 454 High-precision differential photometry of HAT-P-29
See also: J/MNRAS/422/2024 : X-age relation and exoplanet evaporation (Jackson+, 2012) J/ApJ/710/1724 : Follow-up photometry for HAT-P-11 (Bakos+, 2010) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table[34].dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 11 F11.5 d BJD Baryocentric Julian Date; (BJD-2400000) 13- 20 F8.5 mag mag Reduced magnitude (1) 22- 28 F7.5 mag e_mag Uncertainty in mag 30- 37 F8.5 mag Omag Original raw magnitude (2) 39 A1 --- Filt [i] Filter used in the observation (Sloan i)
Note (1): The out-of-transit level has been subtracted. These magnitudes have been subjected to the External Parameter Decorrelation (EPD) technique and Trend Filtering Algorithm (TFA) procedures (see Bakos et al. 2010, Cat. J/ApJ/710/1724), carried out simultaneously with the transit fit. Note (2): Without application of the EPD and TFA procedures.
History: From electronic version of the journal
(End) Greg Schwarz [AAS], Emmanuelle Perret [CDS] 14-Nov-2012
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