Five Kepler target stars that show multiple transiting exoplanet candidates

@article{Steffen2010FiveKT,
  title={Five Kepler target stars that show multiple transiting exoplanet candidates},
  author={J. Steffen and N. Batalha and W. Borucki and L. Buchhave and D. Caldwell and W. Cochran and M. Endl and D. Fabrycky and F. Fressin and E. Ford and J. Fortney and M. Haas and M. Holman and S. Howell and H. Isaacson and J. Jenkins and D. Koch and D. Latham and J. Lissauer and A. Moorhead and R. Morehead and G. Marcy and P. MacQueen and S. Quinn and D. Ragozzine and J. Rowe and Dimitar D. Sasselov Sara Seager Guillermo Torres and W. Welsh},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={725},
  pages={1226-1241}
}
  • J. Steffen, N. Batalha, +25 authors W. Welsh
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • We present and discuss five candidate exoplanetary systems identified with the Kepler spacecraft. These five systems show transits from multiple exoplanet candidates. Should these objects prove to be planetary in nature, then these five systems open new opportunities for the field of exoplanets and provide new insights into the formation and dynamical evolution of planetary systems. We discuss the methods used to identify multiple transiting objects from the Kepler photometry as well as the… CONTINUE READING
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