Search Results for author: Jon M. Jenkins

Found 12 papers, 4 papers with code

ExoMiner: A Highly Accurate and Explainable Deep Learning Classifier that Validates 301 New Exoplanets

no code implementations19 Nov 2021 Hamed Valizadegan, Miguel Martinho, Laurent S. Wilkens, Jon M. Jenkins, Jeffrey Smith, Douglas A. Caldwell, Joseph D. Twicken, Pedro C. Gerum, Nikash Walia, Kaylie Hausknecht, Noa Y. Lubin, Stephen T. Bryson, Nikunj C. Oza

ExoMiner is a highly accurate, explainable, and robust classifier that 1) allows us to validate 301 new exoplanets from the MAST Kepler Archive and 2) is general enough to be applied across missions such as the on-going TESS mission.

TESS Delivers Five New Hot Giant Planets Orbiting Bright Stars from the Full Frame Images

no code implementations5 Jan 2021 Joseph E. Rodriguez, Samuel N. Quinn, George Zhou, Andrew Vanderburg, Louise D. Nielsen, Robert A. Wittenmyer, Rafael Brahm, Phillip A. Reed, Chelsea X. Huang, Sydney Vach, David R. Ciardi, Ryan J. Oelkers, Keivan G. Stassun, Coel Hellier, B. Scott Gaudi, Jason D. Eastman, Karen A. Collins, Allyson Bieryla, Sam Christian, David W. Latham, Ilaria Carleo, Duncan J. Wright, Elisabeth Matthews, Erica J. Gonzales, Carl Ziegler, Courtney D. Dressing, Steve B. Howell, Thiam-Guan Tan, Justin Wittrock, Peter Plavchan, Kim K. McLeod, David Baker, Gavin Wang, Don Radford, Richard P. Schwarz, Massimiliano Esposito, George R. Ricker, Roland K. Vanderspek, Sara Seager, Joshua N. Winn, Jon M. Jenkins, Brett Addison, D. R. Anderson, Thomas Barclay, Thomas G. Beatty, Perry Berlind, Francois Bouchy, Michael Bowen, Brendan P. Bowler, C. E. Brasseur, César Briceño, Douglas A. Caldwell, Michael L. Calkins, Priyanka Chaturvedi, Guillaume Chaverot, Sudhish Chimaladinne, Jessie L. Christiansen, Kevin Collins, Ian J. M. Crossfield, Kevin Eastridge, N'estor Espinoza, Gilbert A. Esquerdo, Dax Feliz, Tyler Fenske, William Fong, Tianjun Gan, Steven Giacalone, Holden Gill, Lindsey Gordon, Alex Granados, Nolan Grieves, Eike W. Guenther, Natalia Guerrero, Thomas Henning, Christopher E. Henze, Katharine Hesse, Melissa J. Hobson, Jonathan Horner, David J. James, Eric L. N. Jensen, Mary Jimenez, Andrés Jordán, Stephen R. Kane, John Kielkopf, Kingsley Kim, Rudolf B. Kuhn, Natasha Latouf, Nicholas M. Law, Alan M. Levine, Michael B. Lund, Andrew W. Mann, Shude Mao, Rachel A. Matson, Scott McDermott, Matthew W. Mengel, Jessica Mink, Patrick Newman, Tanner O'Dwyer, Jack Okumura, Enric Palle, Joshua Pepper, Elisa V. Quintana, Paula Sarkis, Arjun Savel, Joshua E. Schlieder, Chloe Schnaible, Avi Shporer, Ramotholo Sefako, Julia Seidel, Robert J. Siverd, Brett Skinner, Manu Stalport, Daniel J. Stevens, Caitlin Stibbards, C. G. Tinney, R. G. West, Daniel A. Yahalomi, HUI ZHANG

TOI-640 b is one of only three known hot Jupiters to have a highly inflated radius (R$_{\rm P}$ > 1. 7R$_{\rm J}$, possibly a result of its host star's evolution) and resides on an orbit with a period longer than 5 days.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics Solar and Stellar Astrophysics

The Occurrence of Rocky Habitable Zone Planets Around Solar-Like Stars from Kepler Data

1 code implementation28 Oct 2020 Steve Bryson, Michelle Kunimoto, Ravi K. Kopparapu, Jeffrey L. Coughlin, William J. Borucki, David Koch, Victor Silva Aguirre, Christopher Allen, Geert Barentsen, Natalie. M. Batalha, Travis Berger, Alan Boss, Lars A. Buchhave, Christopher J. Burke, Douglas A. Caldwell, Jennifer R. Campbell, Joseph Catanzarite, Hema Chandrasekharan, William J. Chaplin, Jessie L. Christiansen, Jorgen Christensen-Dalsgaard, David R. Ciardi, Bruce D. Clarke, William D. Cochran, Jessie L. Dotson, Laurance R. Doyle, Eduardo Seperuelo Duarte, Edward W. Dunham, Andrea K. Dupree, Michael Endl, James L. Fanson, Eric B. Ford, Maura Fujieh, Thomas N. Gautier III, John C. Geary, Ronald L Gilliland, Forrest R. Girouard, Alan Gould, Michael R. Haas, Christopher E. Henze, Matthew J. Holman, Andrew Howard, Steve B. Howell, Daniel Huber, Roger C. Hunter, Jon M. Jenkins, Hans Kjeldsen, Jeffery Kolodziejczak, Kipp Larson, David W. Latham, Jie Li, Savita Mathur, Soren Meibom, Chris Middour, Robert L. Morris, Timothy D. Morton, Fergal Mullally, Susan E. Mullally, David Pletcher, Andrej Prsa, Samuel N. Quinn, Elisa V. Quintana, Darin Ragozzine, Solange V. Ramirez, Dwight T. Sanderfer, Dimitar Sasselov, Shawn E. Seader, Megan Shabram, Avi Shporer, Jeffrey C. Smith, Jason H. Steffen, Martin Still, Guillermo Torres, John Troeltzsch, Joseph D. Twicken, Akm Kamal Uddin, Jeffrey E. Van Cleve, Janice Voss, Lauren Weiss, William F. Welsh, Bill Wohler, Khadeejah A Zamudio

We present occurrence rates for rocky planets in the habitable zones (HZ) of main-sequence dwarf stars based on the Kepler DR25 planet candidate catalog and Gaia-based stellar properties.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics Solar and Stellar Astrophysics

TOI-954 b and EPIC 246193072 b: Short-Period Saturn-Mass Planets that Test Whether Irradiation Leads to Inflation

no code implementations27 Oct 2020 Lizhou Sha, Chelsea X. Huang, Avi Shporer, Joseph E. Rodriguez, Andrew Vanderburg, Rafael Brahm, Janis Hagelberg, Elisabeth C. Matthews, Carl Ziegler, John H. Livingston, Keivan G. Stassun, Duncan J. Wright, Jeffrey D. Crane, Néstor Espinoza, François Bouchy, Gáspár Á. Bakos, Karen A. Collins, George Zhou, Allyson Bieryla, Joel D. Hartman, Robert A. Wittenmyer, Louise D. Nielsen, Peter Plavchan, Daniel Bayliss, Paula Sarkis, Thiam-Guan Tan, Ryan Cloutier, Luigi Mancini, Andrés Jordán, Sharon Wang, Thomas Henning, Norio Narita, Kaloyan Penev, Johanna K. Teske, Stephen R. Kane, Andrew W. Mann, Brett C. Addison, Motohide Tamura, Jonathan Horner, Mauro Barbieri, Jennifer A. Burt, Matías R. Díaz, Ian J. M. Crossfield, Diana Dragomir, Holger Drass, Adina D. Feinstein, HUI ZHANG, Rhodes Hart, John F. Kielkopf, Eric L. N. Jensen, Benjamin T. Montet, Gaël Ottoni, Richard P. Schwarz, Felipe Rojas, David Lopez Fdez Nespral, Pascal Torres, Matthew W. Mengel, Stéphane Udry, Abner Zapata, Erin Snoddy, Jack Okumura, George R. Ricker, Roland K. Vanderspek, David W. Latham, Joshua N. Winn, Sara Seager, Jon M. Jenkins, Knicole D. Colón, Christopher E. Henze, Akshata Krishnamurthy, Eric B. Ting, Michael Vezie, Steven Villanueva

We report the discovery of two short-period Saturn-mass planets, one transiting the G subgiant TOI-954 (TIC 44792534, $ V = 10. 343 $, $ T = 9. 78 $) observed in TESS Sectors 4 & 5, and one transiting the G dwarf EPIC 246193072 ($ V = 12. 70 $, $ K = 10. 67 $) observed in K2 Campaigns 12 & 19.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics

TESS full orbital phase curve of the WASP-18b system

1 code implementation14 Nov 2018 Avi Shporer, Ian Wong, Chelsea X. Huang, Michael R. Line, Keivan G. Stassun, Tara Fetherolf, Stephen R. Kane, Luke G. Bouma, Tansu Daylan, Maximilian N. Guenther, George R. Ricker, David W. Latham, Roland Vanderspek, Sara Seager, Joshua N. Winn, Jon M. Jenkins, Ana Glidden, Zach Berta-Thompson, Eric B. Ting, Jie Li, Kari Haworth

The phase curve includes the transit, secondary eclipse, and sinusoidal modulations across the orbital phase shaped by the planet's atmospheric characteristics and the star-planet gravitational interaction.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics Solar and Stellar Astrophysics

Kepler Presearch Data Conditioning I - Architecture and Algorithms for Error Correction in Kepler Light Curves

no code implementations7 Mar 2012 Martin C. Stumpe, Jeffrey C. Smith, Jeffrey E. Van Cleve, Joseph D. Twicken, Thomas S. Barclay, Michael N. Fanelli, Forrest R. Girouard, Jon M. Jenkins, Jeffery J. Kolodziejczak, Sean D. McCauliff, Robert L. Morris

This new PDC version, which utilizes a Bayesian approach for removal of systematics, reliably corrects errors in the light curves while at the same time preserving planet transits and other astrophysically interesting signals.

Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics Applications

Kepler Presearch Data Conditioning II - A Bayesian Approach to Systematic Error Correction

no code implementations7 Mar 2012 Jeffrey C. Smith, Martin C. Stumpe, Jeffrey E. Van Cleve, Jon M. Jenkins, Thomas S. Barclay, Michael N. Fanelli, Forrest R. Girouard, Jeffery J. Kolodziejczak, Sean D. McCauliff, Robert L. Morris, Joseph D. Twicken

These errors, which include discontinuities, outliers, systematic trends and other instrumental signatures, obscure astrophysical signals.

Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics Applications

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