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RINGS & MOONS

Started by ggccg
Default_user
over 6 years ago
toniscarmato in response to ggccg

ggccg:

zoo3hans:

@toniscarmato

I like APH23285542 .

Me too. Nice find, Toni. Here's the mark-up.

very good! thanks!

Default_user
over 6 years ago
ggccg in response to toniscarmato

toniscarmato:

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

I'm going to go with variability on this one.

Default_user
over 6 years ago

Unusual spike in brightness before and after this possible transit spotted by Zoo3Hans. Refraction/Reflection from inclined ring?

Default_user
over 6 years ago

This one could possibly feature a very promising exomoon candidate.

APH23086770

I think there is a high chance for it being a glitch though. I don't think it's the fp16 glitch however.

Happy hunting!

Default_user
over 6 years ago

Comments are welcomed thanks! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23000404

Default_user
over 6 years ago

Another possible one! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23030677

Default_user
over 6 years ago

Another find by Zoo3hans and AsAsAsGalaxyZoo with AsAsAsGalaxyZoo and punkymonkey suggesting the possibility of a moon transit: http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23086770

Here are two markups. The first shows the small transit within the large transit. In the second, I've moved the 3 transit pixels up to where they looked most natural and then measured the difference. Their displacement is right around 25% of the drop for the large transit.

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over 6 years ago
ggccg in response to toniscarmato

toniscarmato:

Comments are welcomed thanks! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23000404

I'm not convinced that this is a transit. There are similar deep steep drops throughout Q2. I do see drops on either side of this event, but I think they are just normal variability for this star.

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over 6 years ago
ggccg in response to AsAsAsBjornTh

AsAsAsGalaxyZoo:

This one could possibly feature a very promising exomoon candidate.

APH23086770

I think there is a high chance for it being a glitch though. I don't think it's the fp16 glitch however.

Happy hunting!

Thanks! After looking closer, I agree that it's not in the correct location for the fp16 glitch and think it may be a very good exomoon candidate.

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over 6 years ago
toniscarmato in response to ggccg

ggccg:

toniscarmato:

Comments are welcomed thanks! http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23000404

I'm not convinced that this is a transit. There are similar deep steep drops throughout Q2. I do see drops on either side of this event, but I think they are just normal variability for this star.

Thanks for the comment!

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