Anomalous light curves of young tilted exorings

@article{Sucerquia2017AnomalousLC,
  title={Anomalous light curves of young tilted exorings},
  author={Mario Sucerquia and Jaime A. Alvarado and Vanesa Ram'irez and J. Zuluaga},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={472}
}
Despite the success of discovering transiting exoplanets, several recently observed objects (e.g. KIC-8462852, J1407 and PDS-110) exhibit unconventional transit signals, whose appropriate interpretation in terms of a spherical single body has been challenging, if not impossible. In the aforementioned examples the presence of a ring-like structure has been proposed for explaining the unusual data. Thus, in this paper we delve into the dynamics of a tilted exoring disturbed by a third close… Expand

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