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New transiting exoplanets from the SuperWASP-North survey

  • Francesca Faedi (a1), Susana C. C. Barros (a1), Don Pollacco (a1), Elaine K. Simpson (a1), James McCormac (a1), Victoria Moulds (a1), Chris Watson (a1), Ian Todd (a1), F. Keenan (a1), Alan Fitzsimmons (a1), Yilen Gómez Maqueo Chew (a1) and the WASP Consortium...

Abstract

The Wide Angle Search for Planet (WASP) project is one of the leading projects in the discovery of transiting exoplanets. We present 1) the current status of the WASP-North survey, 2) our recent exoplanet discoveries, and 3) we exemplify how these results fit into our understanding of transiting exoplanet properties and how they can help to understand exoplanet diversity.

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