The AAVSO compiled 10,560 CCD observations of the suspected exoplanet transit object TrES-1b covering seven complete transit windows, three windows of partial coverage, and coverage of baseline non-transit periods. Visual inspection of the light curves reveals the presence of slight humps at the egress points of some transits. A boot strap Monte Carlo simulation was applied to the data to confirm that the humps exist to a statistically significant degree. However, it does not rule out systemic effects which will be tested with campaigns in the 2005 observing season.
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Price, A., et al. Planetary Transits of the Trans-Atlantic Exoplanet Survey- Candidate TrES-1b. Journal of the American Association of Variable Star Observers (2005) 34:17-22.