Exoplanet HAT-P-19b transit observed at Taurus Hill Observatory.

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Exoplanet HAT-P-19b was discovered July 2010 and Taurus Hill Observatory research team observed the transit of the exoplanet 20.9.2010 at THO. In the light curve below you can clearl see the dimmening that is about 0.02 magnitudes. HAT-P-19b orbits the mother star once in four days. The mother star GSC 2283-589 is located in the Andromeda constellation and it has a brightness of Vmag = 12.9 and the distance from the Earth is about 700 light years.