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  GTC transit light curves of WASP-52b (Chen+, 2017)
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1.J/A+A/600/L11/listList of spectroscopic light curves[timeSerie] (27 rows)
2.J/A+A/600/L11/wlcWASP-52 GTC transit white light curve (2015/08/28) (308 rows)

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Column  Constraint Explain   (UCD)
  (ALL)recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  (1)LC (char) Show the light curve (meta.ref.url)
  (1)FileName (char) Name of the file with light curve data (;meta.file)
  (1)ch  (n) Channel number (from table A1) (;instr)
  (1)lambdac 0.1nm (n) Center wavelength (from table A1) (em.wl)
  (1)Width 0.1nm (n) Width of wavelength interval (from table A1) (em.wl)
  (1)Rp/R*  (n) Planet-to-star radius ratio (from table A1) (phys.size;arith.ratio)
  (1)e_Rp/R*  (n) rms uncertainty on Rp/R* (from table A1) (stat.error)
  (1)Title (char) Title of the file (meta.title;meta.file)
  (2)BJD-TDB d Barycentric Julian Date (TDB standard) (time.epoch)
  (2)Flux  Relative flux (phot.flux;arith.ratio)
  (2)e_Flux  Uncertainty of relative flux (stat.error;phot.flux)
  (2)posX pix Drift of star on CCD in spatial direction (pos.cartesian.x;instr.det)
  (2)posY pix Drift of star on CCD in dispersion direction (pos.cartesian.y;instr.det)
  (2)FWHMx pix Relative change of full width at half maximum of the stellar absorption line profile (arith.rate;spect.line.width)
  (2)FWHMY pix Full width at half maximum of the stellar spatial profile (spect.line.width)
  (2)AirMass  Airmass during observation (obs.airMass)
  (2)RotAng deg Rotator angle during observation (pos.posAng)

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