The first exoplanet light curve transit of this fall’s observation period was measured at Taurus Hill Observatory 30.8.2021. The target was HAT-P-10b / WASP-11b. The transit was exactly as predicted, the duration of the transit was about 160 min and the dimming of the parent star was about 25 mmag.
A rare week in April. Seven consecutive clear nights. The dark moment of the night still lasted so long that the light curves of the exoplanet transits could be well measured. During the week (April 14 – April 20, 2021), the Taurus Hill Observatory measured the light curves of nine different exoplanets. For two nights, […]