Single Transit Candidates from K2: Detection and Period Estimation

11 Dec 2015H. P. OsbornD. J. ArmstrongD. J. A. BrownJ. McCormacA. P. DoyleT. M. LoudenJ. KirkJ. J. SpakeK. W. F. LamS. R. WalkerF. FaediD. L. Pollacco

Photometric surveys such as Kepler have the precision to identify exoplanet and eclipsing binary candidates from only a single transit. K2, with its 75d campaign duration, is ideally suited to detect significant numbers of single-eclipsing objects... (read more)

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