15% drops are too big for a planet. Not listed in Kepler EB Catalog. UKIRT clean. Looks like an #unlistedEB with P~22.08d
"#unlistedEB for sure. 2 primary transits and 2 secondary seen in Q2 with matching P = 54.77d." Kianjin
This was discussed a year ago in this thread:
"Single transit, 1.5% depth, seen in Q2.2. Likely #unlistedEB, but it is possible that the object is a planet or brown dwarf." Kianjin.
"Single transit, 1.5% depth, seen in Q2.2. Likely #unlistedEB, but it is possible...
"KID 4275739, #unlistedEB; APOs seen in FITS file, but could be spurious."
Kianjin in this thread ....
#unlistedEB. Very deep, ~45% eclipse can only mean a detached EB. 1st primary eclipse lost in Q1/2 gap. Period ~66.36 days.
I believe there is a short period ELV or OC EB present here contaminating 4097, but it appears to be both faint and a close confusion source in the aperture mask, to a degree such that there wasn't even a secondary KIC number assigned for tracking as evident by looking at the Skyview overlay....
Not in Prsa v3. #unlistedEB, will try to submit for consideration in v4
Yes I think this is an #unlistedEB. Although APOs exist, they may be centroid shifts due to surrounding flux.
Q4-6 only light curve. Detached EB. #unlistedEB