Help Searching for Stars
I've been reading through the forum for the last half an hour and saw some people posting ID numbers for the stars with the EPIC identification. I was hoping to use the search feature to find a specific star (ex: EPIC ID 210352799), but when I would type in that to search I got over a hundred hits. Is there a way to search out a particular star without having to wade through all the other irrelevant hits that come with using the search feature?
Maybe try these, enter the Kepler catalog ID for K1 and K2 data accordingly.
Also worth mentioning I think is if data is available, there is a newer K2 "High-Level Science Products" column on the return results where I have seen a .TXT file of data in CSV format (BJD - 2454833, and Corrected Flux). And you can use the above links to get RA/Dec coordinates also.
You can also try entering the Kepler catalog IDs on the following science site for papers, or 2MASS values there or on the web, or on the next link. Hope this helps.
Edit: the NASA Exoplanet Archive (NEA) also has many ways for you to explore star and planet data: