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  • TheEpicPrimius123 by TheEpicPrimius123

    Q5-1 wat

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  • xantoras by xantoras

    Q6-2 strange simulated T

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  • John_Riach by John_Riach

    #pulsating

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  • cofiant by cofiant

    Q4-3 Cant see the transits in this curve

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  • BrettEden by BrettEden

    Q5-1 Cant see the transits in this curve

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  • Dizzy78 by Dizzy78

    Q11-3 Same as the rest; just couldn't see the transits

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q7-2 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • pete-j by pete-j

    Q3-1 #variable; these transits are v. difficult to spot!

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  • PaulMetcalfe by PaulMetcalfe

    Q5-3 Did not spot the #known kepler planet (do not look like transits to me) but marked one Possible #transit at 9.81

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  • pete-j by pete-j

    Q5-3 #variable: missed these 'real' transits again, the two dots for each measurement are transits??

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q9-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • Haian by Haian

    Q5-3 The data of known kepler planet are inside the curve for this quarter

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  • jumpy26 by jumpy26

    Q9-1 how can the Transits be brighter than the star???

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q13-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q6-3

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q4-1

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  • LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL by LAIS_IONUT_ANTONEL

    Q7-1

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  • quiesel90 by quiesel90

    Q12-2 #glitch, hidden #kepler

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q8-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • alden_dahl by alden_dahl

    Q3-3 #sim

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  • alhen123 by alhen123

    Q9-3 I am about to quit, How on earth can people spot those transits in this graph. I am too useless for this

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  • darktruth by darktruth

    Q7-3 hard to see

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  • phil2c by phil2c

    Q6-1 To me, the transits are buried in the noise

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  • Emmtheory by Emmtheory

    Q14-3 How do you find Kepler transits?

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  • paralitixmen by paralitixmen

    Q10-3 #variable #transitingplanet

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  • dorotadz by dorotadz

    #rrlyrae

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  • mudkip201 by mudkip201

    Q15-3 #ReallyKepler

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q10-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q2-3 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • LarvaHunter by LarvaHunter

    Q12-3 #transit (hard to detect)

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  • superkraken by superkraken

    Q10-3 I don't know how you're supposed to see this one.

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q14-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • lgb by lgb

    If there are really transits here, I wouldn't be able to find these ever ....

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  • astroscientist42 by astroscientist42

    Q16-1 #knownkepler #noisy #tranitsarentvisisble

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q16-2 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • Elleyea by Elleyea

    Q1-1 cannot see the planet transits in this graph. Are there any graphs longerthan 15 days?

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  • foust.dave by foust.dave

    Q17-3 #glitch

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  • LittleCuriousUranian by LittleCuriousUranian

    #cv

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q1-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • Christian.Eichhorn by Christian.Eichhorn

    Q1-1 #impossible

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q17-1 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520 , marked in red at 0.85, 5.45, 10.05.

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  • zoo3hans by zoo3hans

    Q17-2 "Kepler favorite", KID 12352520

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  • juliapot11 by juliapot11

    #flare

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  • Fili993-1 by Fili993-1

    Q1-1 KID 12352520 4.577026 days 1.53 Earth Radii

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