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  • dantoto by dantoto

    Q11-3 #glitch

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q9-3

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q9-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 8561063

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  • ggccg by ggccg

    Q13-1 When did single points become transits???

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  • myrikhan by myrikhan

    Q9-3 #KnownKeplerPlanetIsIndistinguishableFromNoise

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  • doot0220 by doot0220

    Q14-1 #KnownKepler

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  • Philthyflirt by Philthyflirt

    Q10-1 regular dips

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  • bayferd by bayferd

    Q13-2 known kepler planet (harder to spot)

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q15-2

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q10-1

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  • jumpy26 by jumpy26

    Q7-3 How???

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  • quiesel90 by quiesel90

    Q8-2 #glitch, hidden #kepler

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  • leegordon10 by leegordon10

    Q2-3 #KnownKeplerPlanetIsIndistinguishableFromNoiseISecondThat

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q14-3

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  • murraybret by murraybret

    Q16-3 This was difficult to see with an un-skilled eye!

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  • alhen123 by alhen123

    Q11-2 How on earth are these transits spoted?

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  • mackofbogue by mackofbogue

    Q12-3 #simulated #glitch 27 to 30 days #transitingplanet

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  • SlickNico by SlickNico

    Q13-1 I got one of them. The rest appeared just like a normal pattern looks like

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q10-2 "Kepler favorite", KID 561063 , b esides the shown #transits in red there are shorter period ones.

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  • FranOntanaya by FranOntanaya

    Q2-3 #KnownKeplerPlanetIsIndistinguishableFromNoiseIThirdThat

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  • juliapot11 by juliapot11

    #eclipsingbinary

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  • KenSch by KenSch

    Q14-3 How am I supposed to see that?

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q16-2 "Kepler favorite", KID 8561063

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q2-3 "Kepler favorite", KID 8561063, I see possible #transits at 3.3, 5.9, 8.3, 10.6, 13.1, 15.5, 18, 20.5, 22.9, 25.3, 27.8. P=2.4 days.

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  • Paul_Kaiser by Paul_Kaiser

    Q11-1 Super earth very close to star

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  • martonia by martonia

    Q11-3 No way could I spot these.

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  • Jacko99 by Jacko99

    Q16-2 I would never have thought this showed a planet. There is nothing similar to the simulations that i have previously examined.

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q14-1

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q9-2 "Kepler favorite", KID 561063 , besides the shown #transits in red there are shorter period ones (P=0.45 days or so).

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  • rotgutredbeard by rotgutredbeard

    Q13-2 #neverwouldhavefoundit

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  • Martti_Holst_Kristiansen by Martti_Holst_Kristiansen

    Q10-3 maybe additional #transit at 981.3 BKJD.

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  • gbabst by gbabst

    Q3-3 #transitingplanet

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  • PDFG by PDFG

    Q5-3 #Transit

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  • juliapot11 by juliapot11

    #variable

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  • Morrigahn by Morrigahn

    Q5-1 What?! And why?

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  • KennyL by KennyL

    Q16-2 I don't buy it. Half the orbit distance of Mercury and orbits in less than 2 days? More likely a large Sunspot that rotates in 2 days.

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  • LaunchDetected by LaunchDetected

    Q12-3 Strange, this star is Kepler-42 ... And there is not 3.08 earth radii planet known in the system...

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  • Horido by Horido

    Q11-3 #neverwouldhavefoundit #flare

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  • lgb by lgb

    Q5-2 Orbit's distance and period have some relation for a give system determined by the star mass. IMHO it's possible Q16-2. Or not 😉

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q12-3 "Kepler favorite", KID 8561063

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  • jenbaby0122 by jenbaby0122

    Q6-1 #knownkeplar

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  • Jardy57 by Jardy57

    How in the name of the wee man do you see a transit in this?!

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  • pete-j by pete-j

    Q8-3 #noisy, I missed this transit.

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  • samirnepal by samirnepal

    Q1-3 #knownkeplar
    Difficult to know on a simple view of light curves. Data is not available for full 30 days.

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q17-2 "Kepler favorite", KID 8561063

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q1-3 "Kepler favorite", KID 8561063

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