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Paper: High Temporal Resolution Transit Observations with ESA’s Cryogenic Camera
Volume: 366, Transiting Extrasolar Planets Workshop
Page: 268
Authors: Stankov, A.; Martin, D.; Schulz, R.; Erd, C.; Oosterbroek, T.; Peacock, A.; Verhoeve, P.; Stuewe, J.
Abstract: We present an overview over the scientific potential of a superconducting camera and detector used by ESA for the observation of planetary transits. This system has an ultra high temporal resolution (1μs) and simultaneously produces a low resolution spectrum. Simulated light curves are shown in order to illustrate the potential of this instrument setup. In 2006 we observed transits of TrES-1, HD149026, HD209458, and HD198733.
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