Periodic TTV detections above the level of 4 standard deviations that survive our sequence of rigorous tests.
|KOI||R / RE||P (d)||M ∗||T eff||R ∗||TTV per. (d)||Amp. (min)||Sign. lev. (s.t.d.)||Notes|
Notes. Boldface denotes our three best candidates. Periods in italic are ambiguous based on the analysis of the optical light curves of the candidates. Stroboscopic periods are omitted. (1) Santerne et al. (2012); Prša et al. (2011); (2) Batalha et al. (2013) V-shaped; (3) Ford et al. (2011) phase linked variations,
during the revision of this work slightly different stellar radii have become available in the MAST database for most of our candidates, but we decided to stick to the values published earlier for two reasons: first, in order to have consistent masses that were not updated and second, because the changes are small and do not influence our conclusions in any way. The only exception is KOI-882, which had a radius of 0.55 R⊙ previously.
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