Simulations Predicting the Ability of Multi-Color Simultaneous Photometry to Distinguish TESS Candidate Exoplanets from False Positives

@inproceedings{Louie2020SimulationsPT,
  title={Simulations Predicting the Ability of Multi-Color Simultaneous Photometry to Distinguish TESS Candidate Exoplanets from False Positives},
  author={D. Louie and N. Narita and A. Fukui and E. Pall'e and M. Tamura and N. Kusakabe and H. Parviainen and D. Deming},
  year={2020}
}
  • D. Louie, N. Narita, +5 authors D. Deming
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is currently concluding its 2-year primary science mission searching 85% of the sky for transiting exoplanets. TESS has already discovered well over one thousand TESS objects of interest (TOIs), but these candidate exoplanets must be distinguished from astrophysical false positives using other instruments or techniques. The 3-band Multi-color Simultaneous Camera for Studying Atmospheres of Transiting Planets (MuSCAT), as well as the 4-band… CONTINUE READING

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