Planet Hunters Talk

C16 K2 Finds

  • ajamyajax by ajamyajax

    News: Kepler K2 Campaign 16 begins with a supernova!

    https://keplergo.arc.nasa.gov/bright-supernova-discovered-in-k2s-ongoing-campaign-16.html

    Re 228682548 from the K2 Office article by Geert Barentsen: bright Type Ia supernova ASASSN-18bt (AT 2018oh) located in the galaxy UGC 4780.

    From NEA, K2 Targets within search area:

    EPIC Number RA [decimal degrees] Dec [decimal degrees] Distance [arc sec] Kepler-band [mag] Campaign Number

    228682548 136.6642 19.3379 0.0 15.100 16

    211942661 136.6433 19.3647 119.85 13.847 5

    211942661 136.6433 19.3647 119.86 13.847 16

    228682824 136.6429 19.3097 124.6 15.000 16

    211940369 136.6249 19.331 135.88 14.600 5

    211940369 136.6249 19.331 135.9 14.600 16

    epic_number,tm_name,ra,dec,k2_teff,k2_rad,k2_mass,k2_kepmag,k2_pmra,k2_pmdec,k2_dist,k2_propid

    228682548,,136.664200,19.337908,,,,15.100,,,,GO16079_LC; GO16102_LC

    Programs:

    GO16079 Rest The K2 ExtraGalactic Survey (KEGS) for Transients

    GO16102 Foley Multi-Observatory Monitoring of K2 Supernovae

    animated GIF

    "Discovered by All Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN) (USA). This one is a Type Ia (z=0.012) (zhost=0.010981)."

    Image courtesy of The Ohio State University Department of Astronomy.

    supernova

    My production notes for this custom animated image: amplified 1.45x, every fifth image displayed, several glitch frames removed, 14x14 masksize data from a Kadenza version 2.1.dev (unofficial) TPF file, 3312.0 to 3342.8 BKJD shown, and might steadycam the spacecraft jitter later.

    Credit: Kadenza was created by Geert Barentsen for NASA's Kepler/K2 Guest Observer Office.

    And grateful acknowledgements which make our amateur astronomy research possible here:

    "This research has made use of the NASA Exoplanet Archive, which is operated by the California Institute of Technology, under contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under the Exoplanet Exploration Program."

    "Some or all of the data presented in this research were obtained from the Mikulski Archive for Space Telescopes (MAST). STScI is operated by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., under NASA contract NAS5-26555. Support for MAST for non-HST data is provided by the NASA Office of Space Science via grant NNX09AF08G and by other grants and contracts."

    Posted

  • Artman40 by Artman40

    Planetary Candidates from K2 Campaign 16

    And looks like early planetary candidates are already out. It contains 54 ambiguous events and 32 more probable candidates.

    Note that many of those 54 transits are V-shaped.

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans in response to Artman40's comment.

    It seems they beat us this time 馃槮

    Posted

  • ajamyajax by ajamyajax in response to zoo3hans's comment.

    Yes my friend, 28 scientists and their fast computers made quick work of these C16 discoveries.. But it also seems they used their computers for these initial finds, so our eyes might find some transits they missed... What do you think?

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans in response to ajamyajax's comment.

    Of course I'm undaunted. We will find the most interesting cases!

    Posted

  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    PC

    211404364 P=9.585481 days, starting at BKJD 3272.75, duration 7.4 hours, depth 0.0009

    211407435 P=18.7315 days, starting at BKJD 3268.37, duration 2.0 hours, depth 0.0050, it repeats nicely from C5

    211407755 P=36.0855 days, starting at BKJD 3265.48, duration 3.5 hours, depth 0.0042, it repeats nicely from C5

    211429810 maybe single long transit at BKJD 3297.136, duration 26.0 hours, depth 0.0009

    211451776 MPC P1=38.919 days, starting at BKJD 3285.66, duration 3.0 hours, depth 0.0064, P2=12.18 days, starting at BKJD 3271.39, duration 3.0 hours, depth 0.0015, P3=4.89 days, starting at BKJD 3267.00, duration 3.0 hours, depth 0.0010, a fourth object might be at BKJD 3279.83, duration 3.0 hours, depth 0.0055

    211502222 MPC P1=22.977987, starting at BKJD 3280.321, duration 5.2 hours, depth 0.0007, P2=9.396933 days, starting at BKJD 3267.9289, duration 3.6 hours, depth 0.0002, P3=38.944942 days, starting at BKJD 3268.476, duration 5.35 hours, depth 0.0003

    211611139 P=1.882 days, starting at BKJD 3267.3712, duration 2.0 hours, depth 0.0063

    211618939 P=1.855195 days, starting at BKJD 3264.479, duration 5.4 hours, depth 0.0004

    211619805 possible MPC P1=1.855195 days, starting at BKJD 3264.48, duration 5.8 hours, depth 0.0025, P2=8.647156 days, starting at BKJD 3266.2836, duration 1.4 hours, depth 0.0018

    211638401 P=0.530250 days, starting at BKJD 3264.76378, duration 1.4 hours, depth 0.0005

    211638883 P=0.271913 days, starting at BKJD 3264.382786, duration 0.95 days, depth 0.0004

    211642882 P=23.901196 days, starting at BKJD 3267.898875, duration 2.1 hours, depth 0.0131

    211647930 P=14.760418 days, starting at BKJD 3264.393, duration 5.1 hours, depth 0.0002, mentioned by Ivan

    211648030 single transit at BKJD 3339.63, duration 5.9 hours, depth 0.0016

    211649214 P=3.787352 days, starting at BKJD 3265.424, duration 2.3 hours, depth 0.0033

    211654183 single dip at BKJD 3313.21, duration 3.9 hours, depth 0.0013

    211673349 P=4.894456 days, starting at BKJD 3264.627, duration 2.9 hours, depth 0.0028

    211701261 several good dips, depth around 0.004, but with the new corrected data, this candidate seems doubtful unfortunately

    211730024 P=5.114273 days, starting at BKJD 3268.922989, duration 2.8 hours, depth 0.0015

    211732116 MPC P1=4.521775 days, starting at BKJD 3266.68599, duration 3.4 hours, depth 0.00055, P2=16.429124 days, starting at BKJD 3276.24576, duration 3.7 hours, depth 0.00052

    211740265 maybe MPC, P1=15.302286 days, starting at BKJD 3265.27, duration 12.2 hours, depth 0.0006, P2=30.94955 days, starting at BKJD 3267.27, duration 10.3 hours, depth 0.0004, third object at BKJD 3266.01, and lots of other dips

    211741619 P=2.787769 days, starting at BKJD 3266.608, duration 1.2 hours, depth 0.0009

    211812935 P=3.610822 days, starting at BKJD 3268.485, duration 3.4 hours, depth 0.0068, mentioned by Ivan

    211814313 P=15.394617 days, starting at BKJD 3265.3326, duration 2.7 hours, depth 0.0043

    211830293 maybe MPC, P1=20.906563 days, starting at BKJD 3281.6255, duration 8.2 hours, depth 0.0104, P2=0.286048 days, starting at BKJD 3264.215888, duration 0.78, depth 0.00008, P3=1.705339 days, starting at BKJD 3264.96, duration 2.5 hours, depth 0.0011

    211863446 maybe single transit at BKJD 3282.42, duration 5.4 hours, depth 0.0008

    211923855 P=9.502700 days, starting at BKJD 3273.99, duration 19.6 hours, depth 0.029

    211951231 single dip at BKJD 3288.287, duration 10.3 hours, depth 0.003

    211964830 possible MPC P1=5.839230 days, starting at BKJD 3269.594, duration 1.9 hours, depth 0.0028, P2=19.645216 days, starting at BKJD 3264.47, duration 3.0 hours, depth 0.00097

    211962998 P=22.918353 days, starting at BKJD 3267.39, duration 2.5 hours, depth 0.0030

    211991576 P=8.569128 days, starting at BKJD 3268.81, duration 1.0 hours, depth 0.00085

    212007196 P=13.960714 days, starting at BKJD 3276.95, duration 3.7 hours, depth 0.0003

    212040382 P=4.44 days, starting at BKJD 3266.35, duration 4.9 hours, depth 0.0067, mentioned by Ivan

    212041476 P=2.783105 days, starting at BKJD 3265.3499, duration 1.7 hours, depth 0.00025

    212048048 P=26.85277, starting at BKJD 3268.93, duration 8.3 hours, depth 0.0002

    212058012 P=11.563125 days, starting at BKJD 3266.10, duration 4.0 hours, depth 0.0002

    212048748 P1=5.747112 days, starting at BKJD 3268.29, duration 1.5 hours, depth 0.0028, maybe second planet, P2=46.316851, starting at BKJD 3265.356, duration 6.0 hours, depth 0.00066, first candidate mentioned by Ivan

    212081533 maybe MPC, P1=3.355577 days, starting at BKJD 3266.1058, duration 2.0 hours, depth 0.0008, P2=6.738877 days, starting at BKJD 3267.87, duration 9.1 hours, depth 0.0003

    212085286 P=12.50898 days, starting at BKJD 3263.26, duration 5.9 hours, depth 0.0062, more dips with longer periods seem possible

    212108144 P=4.4446 days, starting at BKJD 3266.36, duration 4.9 hours, depth 0.0023, maybe contamination as it is very similar to 212040382

    212115388 P=1.4917 days, starting at BKJD 3267.453, duration 2.0 hours, depth 0.0157

    212110888 P=2.996654 days, confirmed planet K2-34 b

    212178066 P=15.611025 days, starting at BKJD 3278.51, duration 4.0 hours, depth 0.00025

    212180876 P=40.517824 days, starting at BKJD 3278.8157, duration 5.6 hours, depth 0.0007

    212204403 MPC P1=4.688585 days, starting at BKJD 3268.405, duration 3.0 hours, depth 0.0017, P2=12.544895 days, starting at BKJD 3271.44, duration 3.7 hours, depth 0.0007

    212218359 P=33.362556 days, starting at BKJD 3295.19, duration 2.6 hours, depth 0.0116

    212218934 maybe single transit at BKJD 3305.42, duration 5.9 hours, depth 0.0013

    212219881 P=6.924942 days, starting at BKJD 3271.11, duration 2.2 hours, depth 0.0109

    212223632 P=1.1901 days, starting at BKJD 3264.49, duration 5.3 hours, depth 0.0005

    212225042 P=40.182 days ,starting at BKJD 3265.1974, duration 4.0 hours, depth 0.0013

    212231252 P=1.190146 days, starting at BKJD 3266.866, duration 4.9 hours, depth 0.0259

    251285302 P=8.1127 days, starting BKJD 3265.55, duration 4.9 hours, depth 0.0031

    251292838 P=19.58 days, starting at BKJD 3274.288, duration 3.4 hours, depth 0.0005

    251319382 MPC P1=14.871298 days, starting at BKJD 3270.62, duration 5.4 hours, depth 0.0006, P2=8.239294 days, starting at BKJD 3265.70, duration 4.0 hours, depth 0.0006, P3=3.665919 days, starting at BKJD 3265.63, duration 3.4 hours, depth 0.0003

    251399501 MPC P1=11.629698 days, starting at BKJD 3272.17, 5.0 hours, depth 0.0008, P2=5.615120 days, starting at BKJD 3267.628, duration 4.0 hours, depth 0.0006

    251406241 single dip at BKJD 3273.246, duration 20.11 hours, depth 0.0078

    251809588 P=0.73557 days, starting at BKJD 3264.51, duration 3.0 hours, depth 0.014

    EB

    211411112 eclipse at BKJD 3284.88, duration 3.9 hours, depth 0.031, possible period 58.68388 days, since we have a similar eclipse in C5.

    211443351 / 211443158 show the same star, P=65.87 days, mentioned by Ivan

    211453223 P=9.055335 days, mentioned by Ivan, but aditional period dips with P2=0.490465 days, starting at BKJD 3266.28, duration 2.45 hours, depth 0.0129

    211466875 P=1.304726 days (instead of half this value as given by Ivan)

    211470564 P=37.630190 days

    211471048 P=0.799717 days

    211492384 P=1.270804 days

    211524114 probably EB, P=0.715625 days, starting at BKJD 3264.806, duration 1.65 hours, depth 0.0015

    211535481 P=1.07907 days

    211607694 single dip at BKJD 3285.4669, duration 1.5 hours, depth 0.0562

    211621961 P=11.106259 days, maybe Planetary Candidate with P2=0.490615 days, starting at BKJD 3266.37, duration 3.4 hours, depth 0.0074

    211626490 P=0.747602 days, mentioned by Ivan with a completely wrong period

    211675749 single eclipse at BKJD 3286.735, duration 4.4 hours, depth 0.0114 (although there is a small chance it might be a grazing Planetary Transit)

    211679262 large single eclipse at BKJD 3303.257, possible secondary eclipse near BKJD 3264.1.

    211770578 P=40.443 days, primary eclipse at BKJD 3285.6509, duration 6.4 hours, secondary eclipse at BKJD 3267.65725, duration 6.9 hours, mentioned by Ivan

    211852187 P=7.17159 days

    211863022 P=0.805959 days

    211885185 P=8.794494 days, mentioned by Ivan with a wrong period of 4.4 days

    211892395 P=0.995281 days or double this value

    211920811 P=9.3594 days, eclipse at BKJD 3274.0128, duration 18.6 hours, depth 0.0438, probably contaminated by 211920612

    211925513 P=P=30.2049 days, mentioned by Ivan but without a period

    211964025 P=7.219286 days, mentioned by Ivan with a wrong period

    212033577 P=23.735401 days

    212041206 P=23.899223 days

    212068493 P=14.223 days

    212109233 P=1.992153 days, mentioned by Ivan

    212163353 P=10.3455 days (also in C5)

    212117087 P=2.1528 days

    212171851 P=5.490 days

    212175087 P=0.699855 days

    212181460 P=0.569197 days

    212182233 P=0.75148 days

    212190703 P=39.5236 days

    212204655 P=2.354516 days

    212204655 P=1.418894 days

    212207194 P=9.132163 days

    212207368 P=1.191003 days, contamination by 212223307 ?

    212208163 P=2.724828 days

    212210390 P=12.895 days

    212221986 P=0.350848 days

    212222875 P=1.190303 days, maybe contamination by 212223307

    212223307 P=1.190846 days, duration about 6.4 hours, depth 0.5

    212225413 P=0.792854 days

    212225986 P=2.320131 days

    212227092 P=10.373754 days

    212228588 P=0.597972 days

    212228994 P=2.191902 days

    251281013 P=6.584524 days

    251284826 P=0.534722 days

    251288417 P=20.9264 days, first eclipse at BKJD 3279.58, duration 2.5 hours, depth 0.0795

    251290111 P=0.257616 days

    251292508 P=2.57739 days

    251297292 P=0.347649 days

    251307609 P=0.299017 days

    251308775 P=2.804176 days

    251314585 P=0.691378 days

    251315031 P=0.270273 days

    251330444 P=11.98439 days

    251337462 single eclipse at BKJD 3324.5196, duration 5.4 hours, depth 0.0327

    251342381 P=0.292616 days

    251345848 P=2.882591 days

    251353301 P=0.336182 days

    251354644 P=48.52663 days

    251356484 P=0.391058 days

    251356578 P=0.394368 days

    251356953 P=5.214187 days

    251365173 P=0.450829 days

    251365170 P=0.450829 days

    251374534 P=0.445209 days

    251380988 P=30.906356 days (or double this value), first eclipse at BKJD 3274.217, duration 6.7 hours, depth 0.1883

    251383916 P=1.332853 days

    251390801 P=0.296263 days

    251392975 P=1.1485 days

    251393748 P=8.071671 days

    251394139 P=26.2898 days

    251403538 single eclipse at BKJD 3314.25

    251404897 P=1.319576 days

    251411166 P=3.37332 days

    251809477 P=1.9618 days, maybe contamination

    RR_Lyrae

    211412103

    211415583

    211449132

    211484212

    211517414

    211518789

    211553019

    211612680

    211616053

    211653001

    211660114

    211663101

    211677537

    211691793

    211713661

    211820288

    211844523

    211875402

    211875759

    211879654

    211917094

    211919733

    212017730

    212048616

    212058328

    212065526

    212066778

    212068634

    212074806

    212083439

    212089357

    212101413

    212106005

    212133146

    212161874

    212163376

    212182292

    212183082

    228682498

    251304410

    251308973

    251316614

    251342562

    251345719

    251346708

    251354368

    251357259

    251379974

    251388278

    Other mainly SSO's

    211406208 peak at BKJD 3275.18775, duration 2.5 hours

    211406650, peak at BKJD 3285.41, duration 1.5 hours

    211419593 DSCT

    211421578 peak at BKJD 3290.37, duration 2.5 hours

    211427097 peak at BKJD 3289.595, duration 2.5 hours

    211428643 peak at BKJD 3289.288, duration 2.5 hours

    211429166 peak at BKJD 3289.268, duration 2.5 hours

    211430274 peak at BKJD 3289.05335, duration 2.0 hours

    211430289 peak at BKJD 3315.2118, duration 11.8 hours

    211430296 peak at BKJD 3281.1039, duration 2.0 hours

    211432425 peak at BKJD 3288.757, duration 2.5 hours

    211433428 peak at BKJD 3288.6039, duration 2.0 hours

    211434286 peak at BKJD 3288.45, duration 2.5 hours

    211439899 peak at BKJD 3279.43835, duration 2.5 hours

    211442020 peak at BKJD 3288.17455, duration 2.94 days

    211443388 peak at BKJD 3278.8152, duration 2.94 hours

    211445131 peak at BKJD 3278.539, duration 2.5 hours

    211446966 peak at BKJD 3286.642, duration 2.0 hours

    211452028 peak at BKJD 3277.2722, duration 2.45 hours

    211510007 large superflare or similar outbreak at BKJD 3276.36, also 211510418 (so maybe contaminated)

    211525166 peak at BKJD 3285.8655, duration 3.0 hours

    211640439 peak at BKJD 3286.938, duration 2.45 hours

    211645872 peak at BKJD 3285.1094, duration 3.0 hours

    211657434 peak at BKJD 3271.6627, duration 2.0 hours

    211676709 peak at BKJD 3288.31775, duration 2.0 hours, earlier smaller peak at BKJD 3287.7965, duration 1.5 hours, maybe moon

    211697755 peak at BKJD 3285.1298, duration 2.0 hours, peak2 at BKJD 3286.24355, duration 2.5 hours, probably 2-body system

    211702859 peak at BKJD 3286.61135, duration 2.5 hours, peak2 at BKJD 3282.2074, duration 2.0 hours

    211708239 peak at BKJD 3285.6509, duration 2.5 hours

    211712145 peak at BKJD 3283.75035, duration 2.5 hours

    211714477 peak at BKJD 3282.77955, duration 3.0 hours

    211718999 peak at BKJD 3287.8273, duration 2.0 hours

    211724609 peak at BKJD 3278.93775, duration 2.0 hours

    211729617 peak at BKJD 3277.06785, duration 2.5 hours

    211740270 peak at BKJD 3284.1488, duration 2.0 hours

    211742254 peak at BKJD 3283.6073, duration 1.5 hours

    211742804 peak at BKJD 3288.83875, duration 1.5 hours, peak2 at BKJD 3288.72645, duration 1.0 hours, double asteroid

    211742929 peak at BKJD 3286.16175, duration 1.5 hours

    211742986 peak at BKJD 3283.46425, duration 1.5 hours

    211743344 peak at BKJD 3289.46215, duration 4.0 hours

    211746129 peak at BKJD 3287.57175, duration 1.5 hours, peak2 at BKJD 3287.3572, duration 1.0 hours

    211746474 peak at BKJD 3289.0431, duration 1.5 hours

    211747624 peak at BKJD 3286.18215, duration 2.5 hours

    211758130 peak at BKJD 3286.53965, duration 4.9 hours

    211767246 peak at BKJD 3287.43895, duration 2.0 hours

    211767902 peak1 at BKJD 3279.80625, duration 1.5 hours, peak2 at BKJD 3286.16175, duration 1.5 hours

    211804831 peak at BKJD 3274.30895, duration 1.5 hours

    211808605 peak at BKJD 3276.88395, duration 1.5 hours

    211851848 peak at BKJD 3268.3827, duration 1.5 hours

    212067627 maybe Cepheid, P= 2.31 days

    212090397 peak at BKJD 3327.1765, duration 5.4 hours

    212097276 peak at BKJD 3278.4269.duration 2.0 hours

    212109379 peak at BKJD 3267.0443, duration 2.0 hours

    212222817 peak at BKJD 3279.3362, duration 2.5 hours

    251285052 peak at BKJD 3274.1149, duration 2.0 hours

    251286319 peak at BKJD 3272.725, duration 4.9 hours

    251288098 peak at BKJD 3270.00745, duration 2.0 hours

    251306451 peak at BKJD 3277.5685, duration 2.0 hours

    251306527 peak at BKJD 3272.58225, duration 2.0 hours

    251309249 peak at BKJD 3277.45615, duration 1.5 hours

    251309456 peak at BKJD 3271.7955, duration 2.5 hours

    251309977 peak at BKJD 3277.6708, duration 2.0 hours

    251313134 peak at BKJD 3269.7417, duration 2.0 hours

    251313357 peak at BKJD 3276.8329, duration 3.9 hours

    251314049 peak at BKJD 3267.70835, duration 1.5 hours

    251314451 peak at BKJD 3268.5973, duration 2.0 hours

    251315617 peak at BKJD 3267.647, duration 2.5 hours

    251318607 peak at BKJD 3269.9257, duration 3.0 hours

    251324210 peak at BKJD 3282.3811, duration 2.5 hours

    251324794 peak at BKJD 3280.4602, duration 2.5 hours

    251326726 peak at BKJD 3274.49305, duration 2.5 hours, also at BKJD 3282.48325, duration 2.5 hours

    251329850 peak at BKJD 3278.3348, duration 2.5 hours

    251330784 peak at BKJD 3268.2091, duration 2.0 hours

    Glitches

    at BKJD 3278.7844, duration 10.30, depth 0.0145

    Posted

  • Dolorous_Edd by Dolorous_Edd

    PC

    251279430 - period 0.720 , USP or EB?


    From C5 - C16 overlap targets

    211611158 - period 52.704 ; start 2326.14 Mentioned by Hans in C5 K2 thread

    211606790 - period 37.217 ; depth 0.007 Mentioned by Hans in C5 K2 thread

    211598816 - single dip at 2363.37; depth ~1% Mentioned by Hans in C5 K2 thread

    211413752 - MPC - 1 planet - period 9.328 ( Known PC ) ; another dip (second PC) at 2315.488 , period 4.528? (third PC) at 2335.46 period 26.266?

    211825799 - period 33.335; depth 0.0006; start at 2328.207650

    211922654 - period ~18d or half of that (possible FP )

    212154564 - period 6.413

    212164470 - period 7.800

    211711685 - MPC; maybe 3 planets ( first PC - period unknown at 2312.9, returns in C15 at 3294.275500, second PC period 15.442 start at 2310.88, third PC period 49.84 , start at 2323.75 )


    from Mast data

    211441997 - maybe dip at 3328.913555

    211438210 - maybe dip at 3297.054821

    212040478 single dip at 3329.782677

    211647930 - period 14.745 seems to be known


    from preview

    212060053 - dips with possible period 7.96; starting at 3272.255250

    212051960 - maybe dips

    212048748- period 5.733; start at 3268.311200

    212072145 - maybe single dip at 3272.306400

    212024917 - maybe period 11.28 ; starting from 3269.690550

    211914190 - maybe period 1.816; starting from 3267.064600

    211858489 - period 0.163; or eb with period 0.318?

    211812935 - period 3.602; depth ~1.5%

    211592642 - maybe dip at 3276.669300

    212228994 - period 1d; ~1% depth

    212024672 - period maybe 3.7d ; see 3273.941300

    251292838 - single dip at 3274.288550; second dip at 3333.041071; period 19.57?

    212040382 - period 4.400

    212036875 - period 5.165

    211934173 - period 0.143

    211914960 - period 1.806

    211724609 - period 1.613

    211440031 - maybe dip at 3269.322750; period 10.5

    EB

    211915742 - period 9.943

    211715985 - maybe single dip at 3268.832700; 80% depth, maybe glitch

    211700443 - maybe single long eclipse 3295.501800

    211424457 - maybe single dip at 3263.724292

    212110368 - single dip at 3334.789165

    211931684 - maybe dip at 2334.326823; from prev camp

    211446060 - D - period 49.587

    211859760

    211858799 - maybe EB

    211812160 - D - period 2.164

    211607670 - D - period 2.695

    251327548 - period 11d;

    212171851


    212159586 - C

    212159519 - C

    212117087 - SD - period 2.14

    212116340 - C

    212115388 - D - period 2.98; clearly visible secondary

    212110007 - D - period 16.71

    212109233 - D - period 1.990

    212106797 - C

    212102092 - C

    212098045 - C

    212096658 - D - period 2.92

    212091834 - C

    212089888 - C

    212086717 - C

    212086389 - C

    212086317 - C

    212085740 - D - period 4.84

    212085654 - D - period 2

    212085240 - C

    212083250 - SD - period 0.531

    212082682 - D - period 3.78

    212075842 - SD - period 2.307

    212075294 - C

    212073474 - maybe dip at 3272.265500

    212071939 - SD - period 1.73

    212066805 - D - ; period 0.817

    212066805 - SD - period 0.817

    212066299 - D - period 2.6

    212060895 - C

    212060710 - SD - period 1.205

    212055545 - C ; peaks at 3268.076300; 3275.218350; 3279.091100

    212053988 - C

    212052250 - D - period 1.98

    212048503 - C

    212044495 - D - period 1.828

    212043122 - C

    212039539 - D - period 2.238

    212037558 - C

    212037403 - period 3.403

    212028066 - C

    212026226 - D - period 3.530

    212024647 - period 3.69

    212020442 - period 7.77

    212019712 - C

    212019055 - SD - period 0.410

    212013694 - C

    212012387 - D - period 6.47

    212011476 - C

    212010565 - d period 2.9

    212009702 - SD - period 0.919

    212009427 - D - period 1.557

    212008305 - C

    211997641 - D - period 3.5

    211972837 - SD - period 1

    211964332 same as 211964001 same as 211964555

    211964025 - period 14d

    211964001 - D - period 7.219

    211957745 - C

    211957146 - C

    211955798 - C

    211951418 - C

    211946007 - maybe period 1.98

    211945144 - C

    211942157- Sd - 1.327

    211931604 - C

    211928959 - SD - period 0.860

    211927125 - C

    211926098 - C

    211925513 - D - period 30.194

    211919555 / 211919842 / 211920462 and many more - D - period 9.56 - there are should be bright star EB nearby; likely 211920612

    211918855 - contamination

    211918830 - C

    211918516 - C

    211918335 - C

    211917859 - C

    211915147 - D - period 3.61

    211914718 - C

    211911441 - C

    211911525 - C

    211910237 - D - period 1.1

    211906940 - C

    211885185 - D - period 4.4

    211876245 - D - period 8.961

    211859760 - C

    211858408 - SD - period 1.256

    211849962 - C

    211846578 - maybe dips at 3281.717050 and 3283.443850

    211841496 - period 1d; maybe third dip at 3277.823950

    211839462 - D - period 5.27

    211838158 - C

    211836630 - C

    211829982 - D - period 5.79

    211828142 - D - period 20.181

    211822953 - D - period 1.548

    211814733 - D - period 14.704

    211814391 - 小

    211809568 - C

    211807456 - C

    211796365 - C

    211770578 - D - period 40.434

    211770390 - D - period 7.6; possible third body transit at 3267.034050; period ~8.583

    211768007 - C

    211767109 - C

    211764271 / 211764373 - D - period 3.562 ( contaminatikon from 211764373

    211763285 - C

    211759163 - C

    211759143 - C

    211750072 - C

    211738534 - C

    211737652 - D - period 2.461

    211733267 - D - peroid 8.655

    211732801 - D - period 4.3

    211727340 - C

    211725259 - C

    211723536 - C

    211723397 - C

    211721325 - period 1d

    211719362 - SD - period 0.4; transits 3266.635500, 3272.275650; procesisng artifact?

    211718105 - D - period 5.92

    211712111 - C

    211710534 - D - period 3d

    211709162 - C

    211690514 - C

    211677717 - C

    211675809 - C

    211662047 - SD - period 0.317

    211644647 - period 4

    211639283 - period 6.71d

    211637025 - SD - period 1.460

    211631904 - SD - period 0.442

    211630761 - C

    211630537 - C

    211626641 - C

    211626490 - SD - period 0.48

    211625003 - C

    211620138 - period 1.854

    211619120 - D - period 11d

    211613886 - D - period 0.478

    211607804 - SD - period 1.5d

    211604981 - D - period 12.415

    211600632 - C

    211589784 - 小

    211563123 - D - period 17.326

    211548601 - 小

    211544257 - D - period 1.632

    211543616 - D - period 1.5

    211540348 - SD - period 0.620

    211538914 - 小

    211534342 - 小

    211524558 - 小

    211523002 - 小

    211516905 -C

    211514420 - C

    211513796 - C

    211509665 - D - period 6.5

    211500156 - C

    211497766 - C

    211493788 - C

    211493669 - D - period 1.165

    211492541 - C

    211490299 - C

    211489287 - ?

    211489039 - C

    211477347 - D - period 1.640; dip at 3267.207650?

    211476633 - C

    211469982 - C

    211468153 - SD - period 0.756

    211467499 - C

    211466875 - SD - period 0.650

    211463824 - period maybe 2.7

    211463443 - C

    211460030 - C

    211454489 - C

    211453223 - D - period 9

    211452175 - D - period 11.107

    211449931 - D - period 6.652

    211446443 - D - period 1.182

    211446249 - C

    211443853 - SD - period 0.562

    211443351- D - period 65.792

    211443158 - D - period 65.854

    211441441 - C

    211434817 - C

    211433308 - maybe single dip at 3273.348600

    211432946 - D - period 1.671

    211432167 / 211432176 - D - period 5.835; 2% depth

    211431013 - D - period 3d; dip at 3281.114100?

    211430148 - D - period 15.133; dip at 3266.277850?

    211429934 - C

    211425822 - D - period 2.156

    211417284 - SD - period 0.914

    211411891 - SD - period 0.955

    211409299 D - period 13.907

    211408138 - D - period 10.388

    211405917 - C

    211404813 - C

    211403356 - ?

    211402878 - D - period 25.228

    211397946 - D - period 1.94

    211397844 - D - period 16.155

    211397774 - D - period 1.934

    SSO

    211412092 - peak at 3298.117600? 73 h ?

    211717153 - at 3263.744238

    211711832 - big peak at 3265.736711; 33h what it is ?

    212060053 - at 3264.991908

    211527419 - peak at 3270.487550 ; ~26h

    Other

    211908909 - outburst in C2 ? at 2346.728900

    211475800 - inverse transits?

    Posted

  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans in response to Dolorous_Edd's comment.

    from the C5_C16 overlap:

    212110007 nice detached EB with small secondary eclipses, P=16.71 days

    Posted

  • JKD by JKD

    211397839, PC at 3296.94 BKJD, Depth ~2625 ppm, Duration ~42.18 h

    211432140, PC at 3292.12 BKJD, P =5.82 d, Depth ~9222 ppm, Duration ~3.92 h

    Posted

  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans in response to JKD's comment.

    @JKD

    Yes, EPIC 211432140 seems to be a good candidate

    I have: P=5.820468 days, starting at BKJD 3268.838, duration 3.4 hours, depth 0.0013

    Posted

  • JKD by JKD

    211456221, maybe a PC at 3279.50 BKJD, P =?, Depth ~0.0024, Duration ~12.26 h

    211470564; PC at 3285.34 BKJD, P =37.67 d, Depth ~0.0139 ppm, Duration ~16.18 h (already marked as pot. EB by zoo3hans)

    Posted

  • Dolorous_Edd by Dolorous_Edd

    EPIC 211432140 could be contamination from 211432176

    Posted

  • ajamyajax by ajamyajax in response to Dolorous_Edd's comment.

    Indeed 211432140 and 211432922 also, or from 211432167:

    From NEA, K2 Targets within search area:

    EPIC Number RA [decimal degrees] Dec [decimal degrees] Distance [arc sec] Kepler-band [mag] Campaign Number

    211432140 132.8682 12.1274 0.03 12.570 16

    211432176 132.8645 12.128 13.21 9.866 16

    211432167 132.8638 12.1279 15.51 8.550 16

    211432922 132.872 12.1395 45.61 18.170 16

    LC1
    LC2

    Posted