HATsouth: A global network of fully automated identical wide-field telescopes
Bakos, Gaspar; Csubry, Z; Penev , K; Bayliss, Daniel; Jordan, A; Afonso, C; Hartman, J; Henning, T; Kovacs, G; Noyes, R W; Beky, B; Suc, V; Csak, B; Conroy, Peter; Zhou, Guyin (George); Sackett, Penny; Schmidt, Brian; Mancini, L
HATSouth is the world's first network of automated and homogeneous telescopes that is capable of year-round 24 hr monitoring of positions over an entire hemisphere of the sky. The primary scientific goal of the network is to discover and characterize a large number of transiting extrasolar planets, reaching out to long periods and down to small planetary radii. HATSouth achieves this by monitoring extended areas on the sky, deriving high precision light curves for a large number of stars,...[Show more]
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