Transit parameters obtained fitting one light curve of Kepler-9b observed with CAHA 2.2 m on the night of 2015.07.25.
|TP, CAHA 2.2 m||TFP||PDA|
|a∕RS||29.3 ± 0.2||29.27 ± 0.1|
|88.77 ± 0.03||88.76 ± 0.2|
|RP∕RS||0.085 ± 0.001||0.079 ± 0.003|
|Telescope||T0 ± 1-σ|
|CAHA 2.2 m,||229.4598 ± 0.0008||229.4606 ± 0.005|
|LIV 2 m||229.4629 ± 0.0009|
|WISE 1 m||229.4623 ± 0.0026|
|NOT 2.5 m||229.4582 ± 0.0018|
Notes. From left to right (top): transit parameter (TP), transit fitted parameter (TFP) along with 1-σ uncertainties, and value predicted by our photodynamical analysis (PDA) applied at this stage to Kepler data only. Bottom: mid-transit times obtained fitting the three remaining incomplete transit light curves. The first column shows the acronym for the telescope, and the second column the timings along with 1-σ uncertainties. T0 ’s are given in BJDTDB – 245 7000.
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