The following Q&A provides instructions for specific use cases for accessing SuperWASP and WASP data from the NASA Exoplanet Archive. If you have other questions, please contact us via the Helpdesk.
We have pre-packaged all light curves from the confirmed WASP planets, which can be downloaded from the SuperWASP bulk download page.
The complete SuperWASP data archive is very large—the complete set of light curves in .tbl format is over 20 TB. If you would like to download all the data, go to the SuperWASP bulk download page and click the SuperWASP Bulk Time Series wget scripts (by tile) link. This contains a set of wget scripts (see wget help), which will download all SuperWASP light curves.
Go to the SuperWASP search page and enter the name or coordinates into the Coordinate/Object Name box and a value in the Radius box and click Submit. Note that the Source ID field can be used if you know the archive ID (e.g. 1SWASP J063954.26+353125.7).
If the object exists in the archived data set, it will be returned in a new tab. From here you can: