The Kepler Follow-Up Observation Program. II. Stellar Parameters from Medium- and High-Resolution Spectroscopy.

@article{Furlan2018TheKF,
title={The Kepler Follow-Up Observation Program. II. Stellar Parameters from Medium- and High-Resolution Spectroscopy.},
author={E. Furlan and D. Ciardi and W. Cochran and M. Everett and D. Latham and G. W. Marcy and L. Buchhave and M. Endl and H. Isaacson and E. Petigura and T. Gautier and D. Huber and A. Bieryla and W. Borucki and E. Brugamyer and C. Caldwell and A. Cochran and A. Howard and S. Howell and M. Johnson and P. MacQueen and S. Quinn and P. Robertson and S. Mathur and N. Batalha},
journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
year={2018}
}
• E. Furlan, +22 authors N. Batalha
• Published 2018
• Physics
• arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
• We present results from spectroscopic follow-up observations of stars identified in the Kepler field and carried out by teams of the Kepler Follow-Up Observation Program. Two samples of stars were observed over six years (2009-2015): 614 standard stars (divided into "platinum" and "gold" categories) selected based on their asteroseismic detections and 2667 host stars of Kepler Objects of Interest (KOIs), most of them planet candidates. Four data analysis pipelines were used to derive stellar… CONTINUE READING
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