REVISED STELLAR PROPERTIES OF KEPLER TARGETS FOR THE QUARTER 1–16 TRANSIT DETECTION RUN

@article{Huber2013REVISEDSP,
  title={REVISED STELLAR PROPERTIES OF KEPLER TARGETS FOR THE QUARTER 1–16 TRANSIT DETECTION RUN},
  author={Daniel Huber and V{\'i}ctor Silva Aguirre and Jaymie M. Matthews and Marc H. Pinsonneault and Eric Gaidos and Rafael A. Garc'ia and Saskia Hekker and Savita Mathur and Beno{\^i}t Mosser and Guillermo Torres and Fabienne A. Bastien and Sarbani Basu and Timothy R. Bedding and William J. Chaplin and B-O. Demory and Scott W. Fleming and Zhao Guo and Andrew W. Mann and Jason F. Rowe and Aldo Serenelli and Myron A. Smith and Dennis Stello},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2013},
  volume={211}
}
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