Kepler-730b is Probably a Hot Jupiter with a Small Companion

@article{Zhu2018Kepler730bIP,
  title={Kepler-730b is Probably a Hot Jupiter with a Small Companion},
  author={Wei Zhu and Fei Dai and Kento Masuda},
  journal={Research Notes of the AAS},
  year={2018}
}
Here we draw attention to a candidate system with one hot Jupiter and one small, nearby companion, revealed by the recent Kepler data release (DR25). The hot Jupiter, Kepler-730b, has radius $R_{\rm p}=11.36^{+1.14}_{-0.98}~R_\oplus$ and orbital period $P=6.492$ d, and the newly discovered companion, KOI-929.02, has $R_{\rm p}=1.45^{+0.15}_{-0.20}~R_\oplus$ and $P=2.852$ d. No transit timing variation (TTV) was detected because of the marginal detection of the small companion transit, but this… 
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