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Table Summary of transit measurements
Transit LCs - Amateur
Transit LCs - Professional
Comments on LCs on this web page:
Basic Data -
RA = 15:59:50.9, DE = -28:03:42
Season = May 26
B ~ 12.1, V = 11.6, R ~ 11.2, I ~ 10.91, J = 10.509, K = 10.224 (B-V ~ 0.50)
HJDo = 4559.18102 (28), P = 3.7354417 (73) day (Schneider listing in Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia)
HJDo = 4559.18123 (45), P = 3.7354378 (30) day (AXA datbase solution)
Depth = 20.3 ± 0.5 mmag (I-band)
Length = 4.37 ± 0.06 hr (I-band)
Fp = 0.20 ± 0.10, F2 = 0.95 ± 0.15
Impact parameter = 0.35 ± 0.32
No trend info yet (since the only amateur observation is not full).
Transit Light Curves - Amateurs
Data below here have been included in table and plots.
9816GBL Note that air mass rises to 7, and starting at 5.2 UT the "losses" begin to increase (downard), which is due to bottom of dome slit obstructing telescope aperture's line-of-sight to the target. Lowest elevation is ~ 8.1 degrees.
Same data as above but in another format (with systematics removed).
Light Curves - Professionals
Out-of-Transit (OOT) Light Curves
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