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Table 1

Summary of follow-up transit photometry obtained for WASP-103.

Night Telescope Filter N T exp Baseline function

2013 Jun. 15–16 TRAPPIST BB 802 7 p(t1 + f1) + o
2013 Jun. 28–29 Euler Gunn-r 103 120 p(t1 + f1 + b2 + xy1)
2013 Jul. 11–12 Euler Gunn-r 105 80 p(t1 + b1)
2013 Jul. 23–24 TRAPPIST BB 941 9 p(t2) + o
2013 Aug. 4–5 TRAPPIST BB 935 10 p(t2) + o

Notes. N = number of measurements. Texp = exposure time. BB = blue-blocking filter. The baseline functions are the analytical functions used to model the photometric baseline of each light curve (see G13). o denotes an offset fixed at the time of the meridian flip, and p(αβ) a β-order polynomial function of time (α = t), full width at half maximum (α = f), background (α = b), or stellar position on the detector (α = xy).

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