Search Results for author: David Kipping

Found 6 papers, 2 papers with code

Identifying Potential Exomoon Signals with Convolutional Neural Networks

no code implementations22 Sep 2021 Alex Teachey, David Kipping

We then apply the CNN ensemble to light curves from 1880 Kepler Objects of Interest with periods $>10$ days ($\sim$57, 000 individual transits), and further test the accuracy of the CNN classifier by injecting planet transits into each light curve, thus quantifying the extent to which residual stellar activity may result in false positive classifications.

On planetary systems as ordered sequences

no code implementations20 May 2021 Emily Sandford, David Kipping, Michael Collins

A planetary system consists of a host star and one or more planets, arranged into a particular configuration.

Selection bias Unsupervised Part-Of-Speech Tagging

Validation of HD 183579b using archival radial velocities: a warm-neptune orbiting a bright solar analog

no code implementations28 Jan 2021 Skyler Palatnick, David Kipping, Daniel Yahalomi

As exoplanetary science matures into its third decade, we are increasingly offered the possibility of pre existing, archival observations for newly detected candidates.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics

A resonant pair of warm giant planets revealed by TESS

1 code implementation11 Feb 2019 David Kipping, David Nesvorný, Joel Hartman, Guillermo Torres, Gaspar Bakos, Tiffany Jansen, Alex Teachey

We present the discovery of a pair of transiting giant planets, TOI-216b and c, using four sectors of TESS photometry.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics

Shadow Imaging of Transiting Objects

no code implementations4 Dec 2018 Emily Sandford, David Kipping

We model the object as a grid of pixels which transits the star; each pixel has an opacity, ranging from transparent to opaque, which we infer from the light curve.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics

A machine learns to predict the stability of circumbinary planets

2 code implementations11 Jan 2018 Christopher Lam, David Kipping

Long-period circumbinary planets appear to be as common as those orbiting single stars and have been found to frequently have orbital radii just beyond the critical distance for dynamical stability.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics

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