A massive exoplanet candidate around KOI-13: independent confirmation by ellipsoidal variations

@article{Mislis2012AME,
  title={A massive exoplanet candidate around KOI-13: independent confirmation by ellipsoidal variations},
  author={Dimitris Mislis and Simon T. Hodgkin},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2012},
  volume={422},
  pages={1512-1517}
}
  • D. Mislis, S. Hodgkin
  • Published 8 February 2012
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
We present an analysis of the KOI-13.01 candidate exoplanet system included in the 2011 September Kepler data release. The host star is a known and relatively bright (mKP= 9.95) visual binary with a separation significantly smaller (0.8 arcsec) than the size of a Kepler pixel (4 arcsec pixel−1). The Kepler light curve shows both primary and secondary eclipses, as well as significant out-of-eclipse light-curve variations. We confirm that the transit occurs round the brighter of the two stars. We… Expand

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