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J/A+A/599/A3        WASP 127, 136 and 138 RV and light curves       (Lam+, 2017)

From dense hot Jupiter to low-density Neptune: The discovery of WASP-127b, WASP-136b, and WASP-138b. Lam K.W.F., Faedi F., Brown D.J.A., Anderson D.R., Delrez L., Gillon M., Hebrard G., Lendl M., Mancini L., Southworth J., Smalley B., Triaud A.H.M., Turner O.D., Hay K.L., Armstrong D.J., Barros S.C.C., Bonomo A.S., Bouchy F., Boumis P., Collier Cameron A., Doyle A.P., Hellier C., Henning T., Jehin E., King G., Kirk J., Louden T., Maxted P.F.L., McCormac J.J., Osborn H.P., Palle E., Pepe F., Pollacco D., Prieto-Arranz J., Queloz D., Rey J., Segransan D., Udry S., Walker S., West R.G., Wheatley P.J. <Astron. Astrophys. 599, A3 (2017)> =2017A&A...599A...3L (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Stars, double and multiple ; Planets ; Radial velocities Keywords: planetary systems - stars: individual: WASP-127 - techniques: radial velocities - techniques: photometric - stars: individual; WASP-136 - stars: individual; WASP-138 Abstract: We report three newly discovered exoplanets from the SuperWASP survey. WASP-127b is a heavily inflated super-Neptune of mass 0.18±0.02 MJ and radius 1.37±0.04 RJ. This is one of the least massive planets discovered by the WASP project. It orbits a bright host star (Vmag=10.16) of spectral type G5 with a period of 4.17 days. WASP-127b is a low-density planet that has an extended atmosphere with a scale height of 2500±400km, making it an ideal candidate for transmission spectroscopy. WASP-136b and WASP-138b are both hot Jupiters with mass and radii of 1.51±0.08MJ and 1.38±0.16RJ, and 1.22±0.08MJ and 1.09±0.05RJ, respectively. WASP-136b is in a 5.22-day orbit around an F9 subgiant star with a mass of 1.41±0.07M and a radius of 2.21±0.22R. The discovery of WASP-136b could help constrain the characteristics of the giant planet population around evolved stars. WASP-138b orbits an F7 star with a period of 3.63 days. Its radius agrees with theoretical values from standard models, suggesting the presence of a heavy element core with a mass of ∼10M{earth}. The discovery of these new planets helps in exploring the diverse compositional range of short-period planets, and will aid our understanding of the physical characteristics of both gas giants and low-density planets. Description: Photometric time-series obtained for the WASP-127, WASP-136, and WASP-138, and RV time-series obtained for the three systems. The photometric time-series were obtained using the TRAPPIST and Euler-Swiss telescopes. The RVs were obtained using the Euler/CORALIE spectrograph. Objects: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- RA (2000) DE Designation(s) (Period(d)) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10 42 14.08 -03 50 06.3 WASP-127 = 2MASS J10421407-0350062 (P=4.178062) 00 01 18.17 -08 55 34.6 WASP-136 = 2MASS J00011818-0855347 (P=5.215357) 02 46 33.37 -00 27 50.0 WASP-138 (P=3.634433) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table7.dat 48 41 Radial Velocity time-series and line bisector for WASP-127 table8.dat 48 23 Radial Velocity time-series and line bisector for WASP-136 table9.dat 48 20 Radial Velocity time-series and line bisector for WASP-138 table10.dat 65 13905 Photometric time-series obtained by EulerCAM, TRAPPIST, RISE, and ZEISS for WASP-127 table11.dat 65 1380 Photometric time-series obtained by EulerCAM, and TRAPPIST for WASP-136 table12.dat 65 227 Photometric time-series obtained by EulerCAM for WASP-138
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table7.dat table8.dat table9.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 12 F12.4 d BJD Barycentric Julian date 17- 22 F6.3 km/s RV Radial velocity 25- 29 F5.3 km/s e_RV rms uncertainty on RV 33- 38 F6.3 km/s Span Line bisector span 41- 48 A8 --- Inst Spectrograph name (SOPHIE, CORALIE) (1)
Note (1): CORALIE data taken before instrumental upgrade are labeled with 'CORALIE1', while data taken after the upgrade are labeled with 'CORALIE2'.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table10.dat table11.dat table12.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 11 F11.6 d HJD Barycentric Julian Date (BJD-2450000) 17- 25 F9.6 --- Dmag Differential magnitude in Filter 34- 41 F8.6 --- e_Dmag Differential magnitude error 49- 54 A6 --- Filter Filter (z, Gunn r, I, V+R) 57- 65 A9 --- Inst Instrument name
Acknowledgements: Kristine Lam, w.f.lam(at)warwick.ac.uk
(End) K.W.F. Lam [Warwick, United Kingdom], Patricia Vannier [CDS] 09-Dec-2016
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