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RINGS & MOONS

Started by ggccg
Default_user
over 6 years ago

Another possible moon transit?

Default_user
over 6 years ago

@Gerald,

SPH10073860 looks quite convincing I think.

Default_user
over 6 years ago

look like another one interesting! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23122022

Default_user
over 6 years ago

another possible candidate with two possible smaller dips at left and right! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23055481

Default_user
over 6 years ago

the dips at left and right are well visible! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23285542

Default_user
over 6 years ago

@toniscarmato

I like APH23285542 .

Default_user
over 6 years ago

look at this one! naturally can to be "simple" variabilty! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH22014999

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over 6 years ago
ggccg in response to toniscarmato

toniscarmato:

look like another one interesting! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23122022

Perhaps something before and after at 111.7 and 116.7

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over 6 years ago
ggccg in response to toniscarmato

toniscarmato:

another possible candidate with two possible smaller dips at left and right! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23055481

That drop after is pretty big. Maybe another planet.

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over 6 years ago
ggccg in response to zoo3hans

zoo3hans:

@toniscarmato

I like APH23285542 .

Me too. Nice find, Toni. Here's the mark-up. The depth seems a bit much, but some of those points are just outliers like you see elsewhere below this curve.

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