Recent Kepler Results On Circumbinary Planets

@article{Welsh2012RecentKR,
  title={Recent Kepler Results On Circumbinary Planets},
  author={W. Welsh and J. Orosz and J. Carter and D. Fabrycky},
  journal={Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union},
  year={2012},
  volume={8},
  pages={125 - 132}
}
Abstract Ranked near the top of the long list of exciting discoveries made with NASA's Kepler photometer is the detection of transiting circumbinary planets. In just over a year the number of such planets went from zero to seven, including a multi-planet system with one of the planets in the habitable zone (Kepler-47). We are quickly learning to better detect and characterize these planets, including the recognition of their transit timing and duration variation “smoking gun” signature. Even… Expand
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