We present results of the second "planetary and low-luminosity object transit" campaign conducted by the OGLE-III survey. Three fields (35' x 35' each) located in the Carina regions of the Galactic disk (l~290 deg) were monitored continuously in February-May 2002. About 1150 epochs were collected for each field.
The search for low depth transits was conducted on about 103000 stars with photometry better than 15 mmag. In total, we discovered 62 objects with shallow depth (<0.08 mag) flat-bottomed transits. For each of these objects several individual transits were detected and photometric elements were determined. Also lower limits on radii of the primary and companion were calculated.
Full desription of the OGLE-III 2002 Carina campaign can be found in the paper Udalski et al. 2002, Acta Astron., 52, 317; astro-ph/0301210.
All transits' data are presented in THIS TABLE.
The total number of planetary/low-luminosity object transits found by OGLE-III is now 121.
Sizes of the stars and transiting objects were estimated by modeling the light curve with a simple transit model assuming completely dark transiting object and limb darkening of the primary star. The results for the central passage (i = 90 deg) and M_primary = 1 M_Sun can be found HERE.
All PHOTOMETRIC DATA, LIGHT CURVES AND FINDING CHARTS are available via THIS LINK.
PLEASE cite the following paper when using the data or referring to these OGLE results: Udalski et al. (2002), Acta Astron., 52, 317.