ROBO-AOKEPLERPLANETARY CANDIDATE SURVEY. II. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 969KEPLEREXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS

@article{Baranec2016ROBOAOKEPLERPLANETARYCS,
  title={ROBO-AOKEPLERPLANETARY CANDIDATE SURVEY. II. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 969KEPLEREXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS},
  author={C. Baranec and C. Ziegler and N. Law and T. Morton and R. Riddle and D. Atkinson and J. Schonhut and J. Crepp},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={152},
  pages={18}
}
  • C. Baranec, C. Ziegler, +5 authors J. Crepp
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • The Astronomical Journal
  • The Robo-AO \textit{Kepler} Planetary Candidate Survey is observing every \textit{Kepler} planet candidate host star with laser adaptive optics imaging to search for blended nearby stars, which may be physically associated companions and/or responsible for transit false positives. We present in this paper the results of our search for stars nearby 1629 \textit{Kepler} planet candidate hosts. With survey sensitivity to objects as close as $\sim$0.15" and magnitude differences $\Delta$m$\le$6, we… CONTINUE READING
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