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Transit & RV Observations of Exoplanets by the 1-m Telescope at Weihai

  • Chen Cao (a1), Dayong Ren (a1), Dongyang Gao (a1), Jicheng Zhang (a1) (a2), Nan Song (a2) and Feige Wang (a3)...

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By using the 1-m reflecting telescope at Weihai Observatory of Shandong University, the transit observations of seven stars are carried out to accurately estimate the physical parameters of extrasolar planets. Besides, a new high-resolution spectrograph (WES) was installed on this telescope for radial velocity measurements on exoplanets, we will show some preliminary results.

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Transit & RV Observations of Exoplanets by the 1-m Telescope at Weihai

  • Chen Cao (a1), Dayong Ren (a1), Dongyang Gao (a1), Jicheng Zhang (a1) (a2), Nan Song (a2) and Feige Wang (a3)...

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