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Dr Carole Haswell

Dr Carole Haswell

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Dr Carole Haswell

Dr Carole Haswell

About me

Dr Carole Haswell is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physics and Astronomy within the Science Faculty at The Open University. Her research is on exoplanets. She is a member of the WASP consortium, which has discovered dozens of transiting exoplanets. Most recently she has been working on Hubble Space Telescope observations of the transits of WASP-12b.

Dr Carole Haswell's research

I. Ribas et al. (2018) A candidate super-Earth planet orbiting near the snow line of Barnard’s star, In Nature 7731(563)

L. Fossati et al. (2018-02-14) Suppressed Far-UV stellar activity and low planetary mass-loss in the WASP-18 system, In The Astronomical Journal 3(155)

Olivier D. S. Demangeon et al. (2018-02) The discovery of WASP-151b, WASP-153b, WASP-156b: Insights on giant planet migration and the upper boundary of the Neptunian desert, In Astronomy & Astrophysics(610)

Professor Carole Ann Haswell (2017) WASP-12b: A Mass-Losing Extremely Hot Jupiter, Springer

Luca Fossati et al. (2017-05) The effect of ISM absorption on stellar activity measurements and its relevance for exoplanet studies, In Astronomy & Astrophysics(601)

John R. Barnes et al. (2017-04) Recovering planet radial velocity signals in the presence of starspot activity in fully convective stars, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 2(466)

Daniel Staab et al. (2017-04) SALT observations of the Chromospheric Activity of Transiting Planet Hosts: Mass Loss and Star Planet Interactions, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 1(466)

John R. Barnes et al. (2017) Surprisingly different star-spot distributions on the near equal-mass equal-rotation-rate stars in the M dwarf binary GJ 65 AB, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 1(471)

John R. Barnes et al. (2016-10-11) The origin of the excess transit absorption in the HD 189733 system: planet or star?, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 1(462)

T. R. Marsh et al. (2016-09-15) A radio-pulsing white dwarf binary star, In Nature 7620(537)

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