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Photometric follow-up observation of some SuperWASP transiting planet candidates

  • Sheng-hong Gu (a1), Andrew Collier Cameron (a2), Xiao-bin Wang (a1), Li-yun Zhang (a1), Xiang-song Fang (a1) and Xue-jing Li (a1)...

Abstract

Three SuperWASP transiting planet candidates were observed through R or I filters using the 1-meter telescope and CCD camera of Yunnan Observatory from 2006 to 2007. The relative photometric data were corrected for the systematic errors by means of Tamuz et al. (2005) and Collier Cameron et al. (2006)'s algorithms. The resulting light curves demonstrate that one of three targets is a potential exoplanet candidate, which is worthy to perform further follow-up observation to clarify.

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