OBJECT APH72113363

COLLECTIONS WITH THIS OBJECT

Aph72113363
  • Kepler favorite
  • Known eclipsing binary
  • Kepler Threshold Crossing Event Candidate

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Default_user

Unfortunately there seems to be #contamination. See discussion about LC at right ->

about 6 years ago
       
Default_user

KID 11241814

Listed:

http://keplerebs.villanova.edu/overview/?k=11241814

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

If it's a planet then it would have about 1.3 R_Jupiter and a rather grazing orbit, period 227.66 days.

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

Very large planet here...... Like probably near the size of it's sun.....

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

...that the object is a planet or brown dwarf." - Kianjin 1 year ago.

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH10113363

"Single transit, 1.5% depth, seen in Q2.2. Likely #unlistedEB, but it is possible...

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

This to me looks like a transit.... Could be a blip, but thought it should be noticed.

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

Very promising candidate, quite large transit

over 6 years ago