Planet Hunters. VIII. Characterization of 41 Long-Period Exoplanet Candidates from Kepler Archival Data

@article{Wang2015PlanetHV,
  title={Planet Hunters. VIII. Characterization of 41 Long-Period Exoplanet Candidates from Kepler Archival Data},
  author={J. Wang and D. Fischer and T. Barclay and Alyssa Picard and Bo Ma and B. Bowler and Joseph R. Schmitt and T. Boyajian and K. Jek and D. Lacourse and C. Baranec and R. Riddle and N. Law and C. Lintott and K. Schawinski and D. J. Simister and B. Gregoire and Sean P. Babin and Trevor W. Poile and T. Jacobs and T. Jebson and M. R. Omohundro and H. Schwengeler and Johann Sejpka and Ivan A.Terentev and R. Gagliano and J. Paakkonen and Hans Kristian Otnes Berge and Troy Winarski and G. Green and A. Schmitt and M. H. Kristiansen and A. Hoekstra},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
The census of exoplanets is incomplete for orbital distances larger than 1 AU. Here, we present 41 long-period planet candidates in 38 systems identified by Planet Hunters based on Kepler archival data (Q0-Q17). Among them, 17 exhibit only one transit, 14 have two visible transits and 10 have more than three visible transits. For planet candidates with only one visible transit, we estimate their orbital periods based on transit duration and host star properties. The majority of the planet… Expand
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