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Kepler-261b and Kepler-261c

about 5 years ago
       
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KID 2302548 - KOI 988 - 2 planets

p1~10.3812d

p2~24.5707d

over 6 years ago
       
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KID 2302548

KOI-988

over 6 years ago
       
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looked like transits to me..... :)

about 7 years ago
       
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This is KOI 988

A Kepler Favorite with 1 PLANET candidate.

6.3 Re @ 0.097 AU P=10.38143 days.

Not an eclipsing binary.

#KOI

almost 8 years ago
       
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Makes as much sense as anything else below on this page.

almost 8 years ago
       
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Quarter 2.2 seems to show dark spots as those of moon.this shows that the ground consist of regions that are not exposed in the sun therefor

almost 8 years ago
       
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quarters 2.1-2.3 all seem to equate to decay of a #Nova?? like eruption.

almost 8 years ago
       
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quarters 2.1-2.3 all show rapid decay of the pattern and signal.

almost 8 years ago
       
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these doublet peaks seem to equate to a common envelope situation.

almost 8 years ago