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2019MNRAS.482..301L - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 482, 301-312 (2019/January-1)

WASP-147b, 160Bb, 164b, and 165b: two hot Saturns and two Jupiters, including two planets with metal-rich hosts.

LENDL M., ANDERSON D.R., BONFANTI A., BOUCHY F., BURDANOV A., CAMERON A.C., DELREZ L., GILLON M., HELLIER C., JEHIN E., MAXTED P.F.L., NIELSEN L.D., PEPE F., POLLACCO D., QUELOZ D., SEGRANSAN D., SOUTHWORTH J., SMALLEY B., THOMPSON S., TURNER O., TRIAUD A.H.M.J., UDRY S. and WEST R.G.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report the discovery of four transiting hot Jupiters, WASP-147, WASP-160B, WASP-164, and WASP-165 from the WASP survey. WASP-147b is a near Saturn-mass (MP = 0.28MJ) object with a radius of 1.11 RJ orbiting a G4 star with a period of 4.6 d. WASP-160Bb has a mass and radius (Mp=0.28MJ_, Rp=1.09RJ_) near-identical to WASP-147b, but is less irradiated, orbiting a metal-rich ([Fe/H]* = 0.27) K0 star with a period of 3.8 d. WASP-160B is part of a near equal-mass visual binary with an on-sky separation of 28.5 arcsec. WASP-164b is a more massive (MP=2.13MJ_, Rp=1.13RJ_) hot Jupiter, orbiting a G2 star on a close-in (P = 1.8 d), but tidally stable orbit. WASP-165b is a classical (Mp=0.66MJ_, RP=1.26RJ_) hot Jupiter in a 3.5 d period orbit around a metal-rich ([Fe/H]* = 0.33) star. WASP-147b and WASP-160Bb are promising targets for atmospheric characterization through transmission spectroscopy, while WASP-164b presents a good target for emission spectroscopy.

Abstract Copyright: © 2018 The Author(s) Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): planets and satellites: detection - planetary systems

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/MNRAS/482/301): w147rv.dat w160rv.dat w164rv.dat w165rv.dat w147phot.dat w160phot.dat w164phot.dat w165phot.dat>

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