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NEW Q4 PLANET CANDIDATES (non-kepler favourite)

Started by symaski62
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about 7 years ago

NEW Q4 PLANET CANDIDATES (non-kepler favourite)

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Default_user
about 7 years ago

Yes, cool, but you should say Q4 (not Q3 - this exists already ...). I'm falling behind somewhat it seems, the data is arriving so quickly I can barely keep up with everything. Good times!

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about 7 years ago

Just wait til Q5 and 6. ;-) Thanks for all the great work, Hans!

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about 7 years ago

A new member flagged this one and it has been discussed thru the quarters by many. First time to see drops in Q4 APH42000818

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about 7 years ago

symaski62, nice to see it started, but there is also a responsibility. Can you handle it? :D

If you won't make a list of promising candidates, maybe someone else could do it here on the first page. However, you started it, so you have the power. :)

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about 7 years ago

Er I've been doing this since day 1 and I can't figure out what is Q4 data...

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about 7 years ago

i have a q2 one but this one looks better

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about 7 years ago

@Fezman, when you talk about light curves, go to examine and you'll see Q4.1 Q 4.2 Q4.3. Or APH41***** etc

@morg, we don't have q2 thread now, it's deleted, but we might have it back soon. You can PM me curve or post it here, it's not so strict.

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about 7 years ago

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH41000074 2, 6.45, 7.90, 10.11, 11.75, 13.04

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about 7 years ago

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH43133072

Nothing obvious in the other quarters (this one is Q4.3), but very sharp drop and return from 297.74d to 297.94d, 0.005 in depth.

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