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Candidates(TCE LIST): Planets VS. OC EBs VS. EBs

Default_user
over 4 years ago

Hi. I'm cleaning up my collection of unlisted eclipsing binary candidates. None of the candidates are listed in the Kepler EB catalog, but ~4/5 of them can be found on the TCE list. The lightcurves of my remaining candidates which are listed below have many similarities, but are not on the TCE list nor in the Kepler EB catalog. So I would like to hear 'Talks' thoughts on these 6 stars. The flagged points are where I find the transit features most curved. Comments will be appreciated. Have a nice day!

KID 10164569

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF1111086

Q16.2 - 21.6 & 30.3 & 21.35 & 21.05 & 22.95 & 29.15 & 0.1 & 9.9 & & 10.85 & 14.15 & 14.17 ..

Q16.3 - 17.95 & 13.9 & 10.08 & 7.85 & 1.68....

Q16.1 - 4.25 & 24.9 & 28.7 & ......


KID 12458801

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF30854089

Q16.1 - 0.3 & 0.65 & 0.9 & 1.85 & 3.55 & 16.95 & 18.87 & 19 & 19.12 & 20.45 & 21.3 & 27.2...

Q16.2 - 28.75 & 32 & 32.85............


KID 100003222

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF30815524

Q16.1 - 0.22 & 0.6 & 1.62 & 2 & 2.2 & 16.8 & 18.75 & 21.1 & 21.3 & 22.65 & 23.45 & 27.55 & 27.75....

Q16.2 - 28.68 & 29.45 & 31.04 & 34.95......

Q16.3 - 68.2.....


KID 6107117

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF30329558

Q16.1 - 0.2 & 4.45 & 18.18 & 20.55 & 21.70 & 23.85 & 25.3...

Q16.2 - 36.15 & 38.5 & 41.55 & 43.45 & 57.88 & ....

Q16.3 .....


KID 100003363

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF30785817

Q16.1 - 1.2 & 3.2 & 4.55...

Q16.2 - 31.4 & 40.7 & 41.05...


KID - 12304757

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF3116649

Q16.1 - 1.35 & 3.37 & 17.3 & 21.7...

Q16.2.....Q16.3......

Default_user
over 4 years ago

Martti, just a glance here but 100003222 looks like a super-aperture target:

(Kepler data for RA/Dec 293.001,46.2371)

Kepler KIC# [Angular Separation] Kep Mag/ Teff /Stellar Radius* / MAST link

KIC 9590884 [0.75'] 13.720/4728/6.270* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=9590884

| Note KIC 9590884's stellar radius is 6.270

| KIC 9590884 flagged as Red_giant

KIC 9590835 [0.98'] 13.961/6017/0.665* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=9590835

KIC 9590798 [1.17'] 14.477/6083/0.647* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=9590798

KIC 9590871 [1.83'] 15.358/5803/0.967* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=9590871

KIC 9590930 [1.87'] 12.139/4780/8.004* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=9590930

| Note KIC 9590930's stellar radius is 8.004

| KIC 9590930 flagged as Red_giant

...

100003363 looks like a super-aperture target also:

(Kepler data for RA/Dec 296.9359,41.2183)

Kepler KIC# [Angular Separation] Kep Mag/ Teff /Stellar Radius* / MAST link

KIC 5979561 [0.81'] 13.886/5944/1.766* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=5979561

KIC 5979488 [0.94'] 15.861/4422/0.661* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=5979488

KIC 5979719 [1.38'] 12.895/5262/0.921* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=5979719

KIC 5979451 [1.43'] 14.414/5866/0.890* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=5979451

KIC 5979723 [1.59'] 11.541/---/---* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=5979723

KIC 5979770 [1.92'] 11.637/---/---* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=5979770

KIC 5895158 [1.92'] 14.815/5608/0.811* http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/data_search/search.php?action=Search&ktc_kepler_id=5895158

| KIC 5895158 flagged as Planetary_candidate; KOI 3935 P/E=1.09368/132.466

Default_user
over 4 years ago

Thanks for comment!

Default_user
over 4 years ago

Here's another one:

KID 9766218

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF1009663

Default_user
over 4 years ago

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF1109121

Default_user
about 4 years ago

Here's another one:

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF10974100

Default_user
about 4 years ago

Martti Holst Kristiansen:

Here's another one:

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF10974100

Hi Martti,

Yes this is quite possibly an Unlisted EB. There are two stars nearby, so a contamination check might be helpful. The pulsations are deep enough, so I think this lightcurve most likely is not contaminated.

Default_user
about 4 years ago

Martti Holst Kristiansen:

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF1109121

Type F star, quite possibly a #DSCT

Default_user
about 4 years ago

Martti Holst Kristiansen:

Here's another one:

KID 9766218

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF1009663

This is a pulsator, maybe a Gamma Doradus or a Gamma Doradus/DSCT hybrid. However the lightcurve looks highly contaminated (it is a bit fuzzy), but there is no other star visible in the bad quality UKIRT Image.

Default_user
about 4 years ago

KID 10164569 - http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APHF1111086

Looks like a #DSCT - Type A star

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