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Overall they seem to equate to decay from a #Nova?? like eruption event.
All subsequent quarters, 2.1-2.3, appear to be decay quarters where both the signal and pattern decays rapidly
secondary eclipse appears to be a day 16.5. This doublet peak would appear to equate a common envelope situation.
Primary eclipses would be at days 12.5 and 27.5 (under view image) for system full rotation #period of 15 days
I've accumulated references going back to the early 1940s, that interpret such sinusoidal patterns as equating to an #eclipsingbinary
On a 0.8x star, an earth transit would be a change of 0.0001321 from average.
Trojan or L-point bodies are WAY WAY WAY too small to see.
The minor weaker possible transits at 5.5, ~7 day and ~15.5 and 32 day may correspond to Trojan or L-point bodies
Would like to see 2 or 3 time the length of this data set.
One would get a period between the shorter major peaks of ~26 days. Full system might be ~2X that period.
definitely not an EB, but day 13.5 has some interesting noise.