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over 4 years ago in APH10126920

#transit period 5.093921 ~5d 2.25hrs #transit length 3.81hrs Rp=18.95 #KID 12504988 #KOI 181.01 #Eclipsing_binary; #False_Positive

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almost 5 years ago in APH53099906

d25.4 #KOI

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over 5 years ago in APH43759935

#transits at day 12 and 27.5. #KOI 627, period 7.75 days, 2.45 earth radius

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over 5 years ago in APH41986110

Quite right there are two #transits. Apparently this is a known #koi but this has not been highlighted on the curve above

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over 5 years ago in APH41044277

#koi 2 planet and maybe a 3 at d 19 ?

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over 5 years ago in APH43046528

#koi d12,5

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over 5 years ago in Patterns v transits

It can be a lot of things. The two main ones are that the star itself is intrinsically variable (starspots that spin in and out of view at the star rotates, for example, or quite a few stars literally pulsate -- Cepheids and Delta Scuti variables, to name two), and that Kepler itself is messing...

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over 5 years ago in SPH10063760

This is KOI-961. Three planets, all smaller than Earth and one smaller than Mars. #koi

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over 5 years ago in APH33063760

This is KOI-961. Three planets, all smaller than Earth and one smaller than Mars. #koi

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over 5 years ago in APH32063760

This is KOI-961. Three planets, all smaller than Earth and one smaller than Mars. #koi