Exoplanet WTS-2b transit measured.

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The first exoplanet transit observation of the new observation season at Taurus Hill Observatory on August 20 – 21, 2023. Now, towards the end of August, the night sky is already dark long enough for the entire transit to be observed. At night, the target was the transit of the exoplanet WTS-2b in the constellation of Cygnus. The mother star is probably the faintest from which exoplanet object that has been observed in Taurus Hill Observatory, brightness only 16 mag. The duration of the transit was 93 min and the dimming of the mother star was 40 mmag.

Light curve: credit TRESCA ETD.

WTS-2b transit. Light curve Taurus Hill Observatory / TRESCA EDT.