KIC 8462852: Will the Trojans return in 2021?

@article{Ballesteros2018KIC8W,
  title={KIC 8462852: Will the Trojans return in 2021?},
  author={F. Ballesteros and P. Arnalte-Mur and A. Fern{\'a}ndez-Soto and V. Mart{\'i}nez},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={473}
}
KIC 8462852 stood out among more than 100,000 stars in the Kepler catalogue because of the strange features of its light curve: a wide, asymmetric dimming taking up to 15 per cent of the light at D793 and a period of multiple, narrow dimmings happening approximately 700 days later. Several models have been proposed to account for this abnormal behaviour, most of which require either unlikely causes or a finely-tuned timing. We aim at offering a relatively natural solution, invoking only… Expand

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