OBJECT APH73088702

COLLECTIONS WITH THIS OBJECT

Aph73088702
  • Confirmed Kepler false-positive
  • Known eclipsing binary
  • Kepler Threshold Crossing Event Candidate

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Default_user

Chenjira, we must have submitted our comments simultaneously, because that info wasnt there when I commented. Thanks for posting!

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

"And that someone with some credentials would chime in."

The info I gave 3 posts down is kianjin's info not mine. And I linked the thread.

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

I wish the tutorial was more detailed. And that someone with some credentials would chime in. Look like a transit though.

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH23088702 It was spotted as an EB 9 months ago.

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

#unlistedEB. Very deep, ~45% eclipse can only mean a detached EB. 1st primary eclipse lost in Q1/2 gap. Period ~66.36 days.

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

Definitely a Transit

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

About as obvious as it gets!

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

Indeed...

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

:)

over 6 years ago
       
Default_user

I agree

over 6 years ago