Transit timing observations from Kepler - III. Confirmation of four multiple planet systems by a Fourier-domain study of anticorrelated transit timing variations

Jason H. Steffen, Daniel C. Fabrycky, Eric B. Ford, Joshua A. Carter, Jean-Michel Desert, Francois Fressin, Matthew J. Holman, Jack J. Lissauer, Althea V. Moorhead, Jason F. Rowe, Darin Ragozzine, William F. Welsh, Natalie M. Batalha, William J. Borucki, Lars A. Buchhave, Steve Bryson, Douglas A. Caldwell, David Charbonneau, David R. Ciardi, William D. CochranMichael Endl, Mark E. Everett, Thomas N. Gautier, Ron L. Gilliland, Forrest R. Girouard, Jon M. Jenkins, Elliott Horch, Steve B. Howell, Howard Isaacson, Todd C. Klaus, David G. Koch, David W. Latham, Jie Li, P.W. Lucas, Phillip J. MacQueen, Geoffrey W. Marcy, Sean McCauliff, Christopher K. Middour, Robert L. Morris, Fergal R. Mullally, Samuel N. Quinn, Elisa V. Quintana, Avi Shporer, Martin Still, Peter Tenenbaum, Susan E. Thompson, Joseph D. Twicken, Jeffery Van Cleve

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