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2015AJ....150..168H - Astron. J., 150, 168 (2015/December-0)

HAT-P-50b, HAT-P-51b, HAT-P-52b, and HAT-P-53b: three transiting hot Jupiters and a transiting hot Saturn from the HATNet survey.

HARTMAN J.D., BHATTI W., BAKOS G.A., BIERYLA A., KOVACS G., LATHAM D.W., CSUBRY Z., DE VAL-BORRO M., PENEV K., BUCHHAVE L.A., TORRES G., HOWARD A.W., MARCY G.W., JOHNSON J.A., ISAACSON H., SATO B., BOISSE I., FALCO E., EVERETT M.E., SZKLENAR T., FULTON B.J., SHPORER A., KOVACS T., HANSEN T., BEKY B., NOYES R.W., LAZAR J., PAPP I. and SARI P.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report the discovery and characterization of four transiting exoplanets by the HATNet survey. The planet HAT-P-50b has a mass of 1.35 MJ and radius of 1.29 RJ, and orbits a bright (V = 11.8 mag) M=1.27M, R = 1.70 R star every P = 3.1220 days. The planet HAT-P-51b has a mass of 0.31 MJ and radius of 1.29 RJ, and orbits a V = 13.4 mag, M = 0.98 M, R = 104 R star with a period of P = 4.2180 days. The planet HAT-P-52b has a mass of 0.82 MJ and radius of 1.01 RJ, and orbits a V = 14.1 mag, M = 0.89 M, R = 0.89 R star with a period of P = 2.7536 days. The planet HAT-P-53b has a mass of 1.48 MJ and radius of 1.32 RJ, and orbits a V = 13.7 mag, M = 1.09 M, R = 1.21 R star with a period of P = 1.9616 days. All four planets are consistent with having circular orbits and have masses and radii measured to better than 10% precision. The low stellar jitter and favorable Rp/R* ratio for HAT-P-51 make it a promising target for measuring the Rossiter-McLaughlin effect for a Saturn-mass planet.

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Journal keyword(s): planetary systems - stars: individual: (HAT-P-50, HAT-P-51, HAT-P-52, HAT-P-53) - techniques: photometric - techniques: spectroscopic

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/AJ/150/168): stars.dat table4.dat table5.dat>

Simbad objects: 12

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