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OBJECTS INKEPLER'SMIRROR MAY BE LARGER THAN THEY APPEAR: BIAS AND SELECTION EFFECTS IN TRANSITING PLANET SURVEYS

Eric Gaidos and Andrew W. Mann
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A SYSTEMATIC SEARCH FOR TRANSITING PLANETS IN THEK2DATA

Daniel Foreman-Mackey, Benjamin T. Montet, David W. Hogg, et al.
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STARS DO NOT EAT THEIR YOUNG MIGRATING PLANETS: EMPIRICAL CONSTRAINTS ON PLANET MIGRATION HALTING MECHANISMS

Peter Plavchan and Christopher Bilinski
The Astrophysical Journal 769 (2) 86 (2013)
DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/769/2/86
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SPECTROSCOPY OF FAINTKEPLERMISSION EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS

Mark E. Everett, Steve B. Howell, David R. Silva and Paula Szkody
The Astrophysical Journal 771 (2) 107 (2013)
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FAST RISE OF “NEPTUNE-SIZE” PLANETS (4-8R⊕) FROMP∼ 10 TO ∼250 DAYS—STATISTICS OFKEPLERPLANET CANDIDATES UP TO ∼0.75 AU

Subo Dong and Zhaohuan Zhu
The Astrophysical Journal 778 (1) 53 (2013)
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COMPARISON OFKEPLERPHOTOMETRIC VARIABILITY WITH THE SUN ON DIFFERENT TIMESCALES

Gibor Basri, Lucianne M. Walkowicz and Ansgar Reiners
The Astrophysical Journal 769 (1) 37 (2013)
DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/769/1/37
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CoRoT 101186644: A transiting low-mass dense M-dwarf on an eccentric 20.7-day period orbit around a late F-star

L. Tal-Or, T. Mazeh, R. Alonso, et al.
Astronomy & Astrophysics 553 A30 (2013)
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Search for giant planets in M67

A. Brucalassi, L. Pasquini, R. Saglia, et al.
Astronomy & Astrophysics 592 L1 (2016)
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Search for light curve modulations amongKeplercandidates

J. Lillo-Box, A. Ribas, D. Barrado, B. Merín and H. Bouy
Astronomy & Astrophysics 592 A32 (2016)
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A New Model of Roche Lobe Overflow for Short-period Gaseous Planets and Binary Stars

Brian Jackson, Phil Arras, Kaloyan Penev, Sarah Peacock and Pablo Marchant
The Astrophysical Journal 835 (2) 145 (2017)
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K2-30 b and K2-34 b: Two inflated hot Jupiters around solar-type stars

J. Lillo-Box, O. Demangeon, A. Santerne, et al.
Astronomy & Astrophysics 594 A50 (2016)
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WASP-20 IS A CLOSE VISUAL BINARY WITH A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER

Daniel F. Evans, John Southworth and Barry Smalley
The Astrophysical Journal 833 (2) L19 (2016)
DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/833/2/L19
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EPIC 201702477b: A TRANSITING BROWN DWARF FROMK2IN A 41 DAY ORBIT

D. Bayliss, S. Hojjatpanah, A. Santerne, et al.
The Astronomical Journal 153 (1) 15 (2016)
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K2-19, The first K2 muti-planetary system showing TTVs

S. C. C. Barros, J. M. Almenara, O. Demangeon, et al.
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 11 (A29A) 51 (2015)
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Robo-AO Kepler Survey. V. The Effect of Physically Associated Stellar Companions on Planetary Systems

Carl Ziegler, Nicholas M. Law, Christoph Baranec, et al.
The Astronomical Journal 156 (2) 83 (2018)
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Comparison of the power-2 limb-darkening law from the STAGGER-grid to Kepler light curves of transiting exoplanets

P. F. L. Maxted
Astronomy & Astrophysics 616 A39 (2018)
DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201832944
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Handbook of Exoplanets

Francesco Pepe, François Bouchy, Michel Mayor and Stéphane Udry
Handbook of Exoplanets 855 (2018)
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SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates

G. Hébrard, A. S. Bonomo, R. F. Díaz, et al.
Astronomy & Astrophysics 623 A104 (2019)
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