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Default_user
almost 3 years ago in APH23062137

This is the typical #fp16 glitch (very bad distortion of nearly the whole light curve in Q2.3 for certain CCD modules.

Default_user
about 4 years ago in APH23069457

Unfortunately they are all #glitches. #fp16

Default_user
about 5 years ago in KID 2580109: V-shaped glitch

The V-shape is definitely part of the #FP16 glitch as I recall, including the little fake flux drop on the upswing side of it. In some stars the V is more subtle, but always @ the same time in Q2.3

Default_user
about 5 years ago in APH23147720

Ugh. Agree w/ Zoo3hans and Ggccg. #FP16, you ugly mother...

Default_user
about 5 years ago in APH23147720

That transity-looking formation to the right of center in the deep V is the Quarter 2.3 #FP16 glitch.

Default_user
over 5 years ago in Could someone check Skyview...

mjtbarrett:

SPH10086450 KID 2585569 looks like a possible planet candidate. Transit features in Q1.0 d17, Q2.3 d115 and Q3.1 d145.75 are the most obvious. There are other interesting features closer in.

I believe the strong feature around...

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH23013618

This is just glitch #fp16 (says zoo3hans) :-(

Default_user
over 5 years ago in NEW Q4 PLANET CANDIDATES (n...

@Tom

Ahem, no. This is the typical #fp16 glitch (very bad distortion of nearly the whole light curve in Q2.3 for certain CCD modules). Inside the deep drop there is usually a feature around day 16 which really looks like a real transit, but is not. This will fool us still a long time I guess..

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH10040632

turned out to be the infamous #fp16 glitch probably