KEPLER ECLIPSING BINARY STARS. I. CATALOG AND PRINCIPAL CHARACTERIZATION OF 1879 ECLIPSING BINARIES IN THE FIRST DATA RELEASE

@article{Pra2010KEPLEREB,
  title={KEPLER ECLIPSING BINARY STARS. I. CATALOG AND PRINCIPAL CHARACTERIZATION OF 1879 ECLIPSING BINARIES IN THE FIRST DATA RELEASE},
  author={Andrej Pr{\vs}a and Natalie M. Batalha and Robert William Slawson and Laurance R. Doyle and William F. Welsh and Jerome A. Orosz and Sara Seager and Michael Rucker and Kimberly Mjaseth and Scott G. Engle and Kyle E. Conroy and Jon M. Jenkins and Douglas A. Caldwell and David G. Koch and William J. Borucki},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={141},
  pages={83}
}
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