Kepler Mission Stellar and Instrument Noise Properties

@article{Gilliland2011KeplerMS,
  title={Kepler Mission Stellar and Instrument Noise Properties},
  author={R. Gilliland and W. Chaplin and E. Dunham and V. Argabright and W. Borucki and G. Basri and S. Bryson and D. Buzasi and D. Caldwell and Y. Elsworth and J. Jenkins and D. Koch and J. Kolodziejczak and A. Miglio and J. E. Cleve and L. Walkowicz and W. Welsh},
  journal={Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2011},
  volume={197},
  pages={6}
}
  • R. Gilliland, W. Chaplin, +14 authors W. Welsh
  • Published 2011
  • Physics
  • Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series
  • Kepler mission results are rapidly contributing to fundamentally new discoveries in both the exoplanet and asteroseismology fields. The data returned from Kepler are unique in terms of the number of stars observed, precision of photometry for time series observations, and the temporal extent of high duty cycle observations. As the first mission to provide extensive time series measurements on thousands of stars over months to years at a level hitherto possible only for the Sun, the results from… CONTINUE READING
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