Timing Detection of Eclipsing Binary Planets and Transiting Extrasolar Moons

@article{Doyle2003TimingDO,
  title={Timing Detection of Eclipsing Binary Planets and Transiting Extrasolar Moons},
  author={Laurance R. Doyle and Hans J. Deeg},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2003}
}
We investigate the improved detection of extrasolar planets around eclipsing binaries using eclipse minima timing, and extrasolar moons around transiting planets using transit timing, offered by the upcoming COROT (ESA, 2005), Kepler (NASA, 2007), and Eddington (ESA 2008) spacecraft missions. Hundreds of circum-binary planets should be discovered, and a thorough survey of moons around transiting planets will be accomplished by these missions. 

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