The KELT Follow-Up Network and Transit False Positive Catalog: Pre-vetted False Positives for TESS

@article{Collins2018TheKF,
  title={The KELT Follow-Up Network and Transit False Positive Catalog: Pre-vetted False Positives for TESS},
  author={K. Collins and J. Pepper and J. Labadie-Bartz and K. Stassun and B. Gaudi and D. Bayliss and J. Bento and K. Col'on and D. Feliz and D. James and M. Johnson and R. Kuhn and M. Lund and M. Penny and Joseph E. Rodriguez and R. Siverd and D. Stevens and Xinyu Yao and George Zhou and M. Akshay and G. Aldi and C. Ashcraft and S. Awiphan and O. Bacsturk and David Baker and T. Beatty and P. Benni and P. Berlind and G. Berriman and Z. Berta-Thompson and A. Bieryla and V. Bozza and S. Novati and M. Calkins and J. Cann and D. Ciardi and I. Clark and W. Cochran and D. Cohen and D. Conti and J. Crepp and I. Curtis and G. D’Ago and K. A. Diazeguigure and C. Dressing and F. Dubois and E. Ellingson and T. Ellis and G. Esquerdo and P. Evans and Alison J. Friedli and A. Fukui and B. Fulton and E. Gonzales and J. Good and J. Gregorio and T. Gumusayak and D. Hancock and C. Harada and R. Hart and E. Hintz and H. Jang-Condell and E. Jeffery and E. Jensen and E. Jofr'e and M. Joner and A. Kar and D. Kasper and B. Keten and J. Kielkopf and S. Komonjinda and C. Kotnik and D. Latham and J. Leuquire and T. Lewis and L. Logie and S. Lowther and P. MacQueen and T. J. Martin and D. Mawet and K. McLeod and G. Murawski and N. Narita and J. Nordhausen and T. Oberst and C. Odden and P. Panka and R. Petrucci and P. Plavchan and S. Quinn and S. Rau and P. Reed and H. Relles and J. Renaud and G. Scarpetta and Rebecca L. Sorber and A. D. Spencer and M. Spencer and D. Stephens and C. Stockdale and T. Tan and M. Trueblood and P. Trueblood and S. Vanaverbeke and S. Villanueva and E. Warner and M. West and S. Yalccinkaya and Rex R. Yeigh and R. Zambelli},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2018}
}
The Kilodegree Extremely Little Telescope (KELT) project has been conducting a photometric survey for transiting planets orbiting bright stars for over ten years. The KELT images have a pixel scale of ~23"/pixel---very similar to that of NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS)---as well as a large point spread function, and the KELT reduction pipeline uses a weighted photometric aperture with radius 3'. At this angular scale, multiple stars are typically blended in the photometric… Expand
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