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Default_user
over 3 years ago in APHE2002l2q

I wonder how low that curve was before it started coming up again after the #gap. Looks interesting :-)

Default_user
over 3 years ago in APHE2000rhi

The start of the curve after the #gap is confusing me :/

Default_user
almost 4 years ago in APHE2003bg1

#gap

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH42122145

D25 possible #transit or #gap in the data

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH21144836

#break on #gap

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH41048752

One #gap , otherwise #pulsating ?

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH42058229

#gap or #transit, likely gap

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH41076581

#transit like feature, could be #contamination or #gap

See

http://talk.planethunters.org/objects/APH42076581

Default_user
over 5 years ago in APH41013192

#gap

Default_user
almost 6 years ago in There is a transit! this pl...

no transit here - that's a #dataglitch and a #gap - the gap is caused either by Kepler not observing or because of bad data typically due to a cosmic ray hitting the detector and saturating it. in this case the data reduction pipeline had a problem with gap and didn't do well calibrating the data...