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arXiv:astro-ph/0209388v119Sep2002 Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets
 

Summary: arXiv:astro-ph/0209388v119Sep2002
Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets
ASP Conference Series, Vol. 28?, 2003
D. Deming et al.
An Automated Search for Extrasolar Planet Transits
M. G. Hidas, J. K. Webb, M. C. B. Ashley, C. H. Lineweaver
University of New South Wales, Sydney 2052 NSW, Australia
J. Anderson
University of California, Berkeley, USA
M. Irwin
Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, UK
Abstract. We are setting up a new search for transiting extra-solar
planets using the 0.5m Automated Patrol Telescope at Siding Spring Ob-
servatory, Australia. We will begin regular observations in September
2002. We expect to find 7 new planets per year.
1. Introduction
An increasing number of teams are searching for extra-solar planets using the
transit method (see Horne 2002 for a review). Although the probability of
observing a transit for any given star is small, using a wide-field telescope a
large number of stars can be monitored, potentially yielding a higher detection

  

Source: Ashley, Michael C. B. - School of Physics, University of New South Wales
Lineweaver, Charles H. - Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University

 

Collections: Physics