The Ground-Based Transmission Spectrum of HD 189733b as Generated through Multiple Broadband Filter Observations
We present new multi-broadband transit photometry of HD 189733b observed with the Wyoming Infrared Observatory. With an ensemble of Sloan filter observations across multiple transits we create an ultra-low resolution transmission spectrum to discern the nature of the exoplanet atmosphere. This data set exemplifies the capabilities of the 2.3 m observatory. The analysis was performed with a Markov-Chain Monte-Carlo method assisted by a Gaussian-processes regression model. These observations were taken as part of the University of Wyoming's 2017 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) and represent one of multiple hot Jupiter exoplanet targets for which we have transit event observations in multiple broadband filters.