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197 CANDIDATES and 104 VALIDATED PLANETS in K2's FIRST FIVE FIELDS. / Crossfield, Ian J M; Ciardi, David R.; Petigura, Erik A.; Sinukoff, Evan; Schlieder, Joshua E.; Howard, Andrew W.; Beichman, Charles A.; Isaacson, Howard; Dressing, Courtney D.; Christiansen, Jessie L.; Fulton, Benjamin J.; Lépine, Sébastien; Weiss, Lauren; Hirsch, Lea; Livingston, John; Baranec, Christoph; Law, Nicholas M.; Riddle, Reed; Ziegler, Carl; Howell, Steve B.; Horch, Elliott; Everett, Mark; Teske, Johanna; Martinez, Arturo O.; Obermeier, Christian; Benneke, Björn; Scott, Nic; Deacon, Niall; Aller, Kimberly M.; Hansen, Brad M S; Mancini, Luigi; Ciceri, Simona; Brahm, Rafael; Jordán, Andrés; Knutson, Heather A.; Henning, Thomas; Bonnefoy, Michaël; Liu, Michael C.; Crepp, Justin R.; Lothringer, Joshua; Hinz, Phil; Bailey, Vanessa; Skemer, Andrew; Defrere, Denis.

In: Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series, Vol. 226, No. 1, 7, 02.09.2016.

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Crossfield, IJM, Ciardi, DR, Petigura, EA, Sinukoff, E, Schlieder, JE, Howard, AW, Beichman, CA, Isaacson, H, Dressing, CD, Christiansen, JL, Fulton, BJ, Lépine, S, Weiss, L, Hirsch, L, Livingston, J, Baranec, C, Law, NM, Riddle, R, Ziegler, C, Howell, SB, Horch, E, Everett, M, Teske, J, Martinez, AO, Obermeier, C, Benneke, B, Scott, N, Deacon, N, Aller, KM, Hansen, BMS, Mancini, L, Ciceri, S, Brahm, R, Jordán, A, Knutson, HA, Henning, T, Bonnefoy, M, Liu, MC, Crepp, JR, Lothringer, J, Hinz, P, Bailey, V, Skemer, A & Defrere, D 2016, '197 CANDIDATES and 104 VALIDATED PLANETS in K2's FIRST FIVE FIELDS', Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series, vol. 226, no. 1, 7. https://doi.org/10.3847/0067-0049/226/1/7

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Crossfield, I. J. M., Ciardi, D. R., Petigura, E. A., Sinukoff, E., Schlieder, J. E., Howard, A. W., Beichman, C. A., Isaacson, H., Dressing, C. D., Christiansen, J. L., Fulton, B. J., Lépine, S., Weiss, L., Hirsch, L., Livingston, J., Baranec, C., Law, N. M., Riddle, R., Ziegler, C., ... Defrere, D. (2016). 197 CANDIDATES and 104 VALIDATED PLANETS in K2's FIRST FIVE FIELDS. Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series, 226(1), [7]. https://doi.org/10.3847/0067-0049/226/1/7

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Crossfield IJM, Ciardi DR, Petigura EA, Sinukoff E, Schlieder JE, Howard AW et al. 197 CANDIDATES and 104 VALIDATED PLANETS in K2's FIRST FIVE FIELDS. Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 2016 Sep 2;226(1). 7. https://doi.org/10.3847/0067-0049/226/1/7

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Crossfield, Ian J M ; Ciardi, David R. ; Petigura, Erik A. ; Sinukoff, Evan ; Schlieder, Joshua E. ; Howard, Andrew W. ; Beichman, Charles A. ; Isaacson, Howard ; Dressing, Courtney D. ; Christiansen, Jessie L. ; Fulton, Benjamin J. ; Lépine, Sébastien ; Weiss, Lauren ; Hirsch, Lea ; Livingston, John ; Baranec, Christoph ; Law, Nicholas M. ; Riddle, Reed ; Ziegler, Carl ; Howell, Steve B. ; Horch, Elliott ; Everett, Mark ; Teske, Johanna ; Martinez, Arturo O. ; Obermeier, Christian ; Benneke, Björn ; Scott, Nic ; Deacon, Niall ; Aller, Kimberly M. ; Hansen, Brad M S ; Mancini, Luigi ; Ciceri, Simona ; Brahm, Rafael ; Jordán, Andrés ; Knutson, Heather A. ; Henning, Thomas ; Bonnefoy, Michaël ; Liu, Michael C. ; Crepp, Justin R. ; Lothringer, Joshua ; Hinz, Phil ; Bailey, Vanessa ; Skemer, Andrew ; Defrere, Denis. / 197 CANDIDATES and 104 VALIDATED PLANETS in K2's FIRST FIVE FIELDS. In: Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 2016 ; Vol. 226, No. 1.

Bibtex

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abstract = "We present 197 planet candidates discovered using data from the first year of the NASA K2 mission (Campaigns 0-4), along with the results of an intensive program of photometric analyses, stellar spectroscopy, high-resolution imaging, and statistical validation. We distill these candidates into sets of 104 validated planets (57 in multi-planet systems), false positives, and 63 remaining candidates. Our validated systems span a range of properties, with median values of RP= 2.3 R⊕, P = 8.6 days, Teff = 5300 K, and Kp = 12.7mag. Stellar spectroscopy provides precise stellar and planetary parameters for most of these systems. We show that K2 has increased by 30% the number of small planets known to orbit moderately bright stars (1-4 R R⊕, Kp = 9-13 mag). Of particular interest are planets smaller than 2 R⊕, orbiting stars brighter than Kp = 11.5 mag, 5 receiving Earth-like irradiation levels, and several multi-planet systems - including 4 planets orbiting the M dwarf K2-72 near mean-motion resonances. By quantifying the likelihood that each candidate is a planet we demonstrate that our candidate sample has an overall false positive rate of 15%-30%, with rates substantially lower for small candidates (8 R⊕ and/or with P",
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AU - Sinukoff, Evan

AU - Schlieder, Joshua E.

AU - Howard, Andrew W.

AU - Beichman, Charles A.

AU - Isaacson, Howard

AU - Dressing, Courtney D.

AU - Christiansen, Jessie L.

AU - Fulton, Benjamin J.

AU - Lépine, Sébastien

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AU - Hirsch, Lea

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AU - Horch, Elliott

AU - Everett, Mark

AU - Teske, Johanna

AU - Martinez, Arturo O.

AU - Obermeier, Christian

AU - Benneke, Björn

AU - Scott, Nic

AU - Deacon, Niall

AU - Aller, Kimberly M.

AU - Hansen, Brad M S

AU - Mancini, Luigi

AU - Ciceri, Simona

AU - Brahm, Rafael

AU - Jordán, Andrés

AU - Knutson, Heather A.

AU - Henning, Thomas

AU - Bonnefoy, Michaël

AU - Liu, Michael C.

AU - Crepp, Justin R.

AU - Lothringer, Joshua

AU - Hinz, Phil

AU - Bailey, Vanessa

AU - Skemer, Andrew

AU - Defrere, Denis

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