The photometric data collected by OGLE-III during the 2001 and 2002 observational campaigns aiming at detection of planetary or low-luminosity object transits were corrected for small scale systematic effects using the data pipeline by Kruszewski and Semeniuk and searched again for low amplitude transits. Sixteen new objects with small transiting companions, additional to previously found samples, were discovered. Most of them are small amplitude cases which remained undetected in the original data.
Several new objects seem to be very promising candidates for systems containing substellar objects: extrasolar planets or brown dwarfs. Those include OGLE-TR-122, OGLE-TR-125, OGLE-TR-130, OGLE-TR-131 and a few others. Those objects are particularly worth spectroscopic follow-up observations for radial velocity measurements and mass determination. With well known photometric orbit only a few RV measurements should allow to confirm their actual status.
Details of the new search can be found in the paper Udalski et al. 2003, Acta Astron., 53, 133; astro-ph/0306444.
All new transits' data are presented in THIS TABLE.
The total number of planetary/low-luminosity object transits found by OGLE-III is now 137.
Estimation of dimensions of transiting companions and their host stars as well as amplitudes of sinusioidal variation with period P and 2P can be found IN THIS TABLE.
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. (2003), Acta Astron., 53, 133.