OGLE-TR-56b is an extrasolar hot jupiter discovered in 2002 by the OGLE project using the transit method and confirmed in 2003 by the Doppler technique. As of 2006 it has the shortest orbital period of any known extrasolar planet.
- Konacki et al. (2003). "An extrasolar planet that transits the disk of its parent star". Nature 421: 507-509.
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