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Transiting Exoplanet Monitoring Project (TEMP). V. Transit Follow Up for HAT-P-9b, HAT-P-32b, and HAT-P-36b

  • Author(s): Wang, Yong-Hao
  • Wang, Songhu
  • Hinse, Tobias C
  • Wu, Zhen-Yu
  • Davis, Allen B
  • Hori, Yasunori
  • Yoon, Joh-Na
  • Han, Wonyong
  • Nie, Jun-Dan
  • Liu, Hui-Gen
  • Zhang, Hui
  • Zhou, Ji-Lin
  • Wittenmyer, RA
  • Peng, Xi-Yan
  • Laughlin, Gregory
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2019. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. During the past five years, 6, 7, and 26 transit observations were carried out for the HAT-P-9b, HAT-P-32b, and HAT-P-36b systems, respectively, through the Transiting Exoplanet Monitoring Project network. Combined with the published photometric data and radial-velocity measurements, our new photometry allows us to revisit the system parameters and search for additional close-in planetary companions in these hot Jupiter systems. We measure an updated R P /R ∗ = 0.1260 ±0.0011 for HAT-P-36 system in the R band, which is 4.5σ larger than the published i-band radius ratio of 0.1186 ±0.0012. We also perform a transit timing variation (TTV) analysis for each system. Because no significant TTVs were found, we place an upper mass limit on an additional planet for each system.

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