At declination -45.7 degrees this is a difficult object to
observe. Nevertheless, I attempted a detection of a secondary eclipse on
2010.03.13 but scintillation was so high that
nothing of value came of it.
RA = 09:53:40.1, DE = -45:39:33
Season = February 15
V = 12.3, J=10.911, K=10.481
HJDo = 4775.3372 (2) and P = 0.7888399 (8) days (as listed in Schneider's Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia, HJDo corrected from earlier value)
Depth = ?.? ± ?.? mmag (?-band )
Length = ?.?? ± 0.?? hr (?-band)
Fp = 0.?? ± 0.??, F2 = 0.?? ± 0.??
b = 0.??
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FOV = 22 x 15 'arc, north up, east left.
Discovery paper: http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/0004-637X/708/1/224
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