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ALMOST ALL OF KEPLER'S MULTIPLE-PLANET CANDIDATES ARE PLANETSLISSAUER, Jack J; MARCY, Geoffrey W; FRESSIN, Francois et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2012, Vol 750, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, 112.1-112.15, 1Article

THE KEPLER-19 SYSTEM: A TRANSITING 2.2 R PLANET AND A SECOND PLANET DETECTED VIA TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONSBALLARD, Sarah; FABRYCKY, Daniel; STEFFEN, Jason H et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2011, Vol 743, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, 200.1-200.20, 1Article

Semi-weekly monitoring of the performance and attitude of Kepler using a sparse set of targetsCHANDRASEKARAN, Hema; JENKINS, Jon M; STROOZAS, Brett A et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2010, Vol 7740, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-8230-3 0-8194-8230-7, 2Vol, 77401B.1-77401B.12, 2Conference Paper

An abundance of small exoplanets around stars with a wide range of metallicitiesBUCHHAVE, Lars A; LATHAM, David W; BRYSON, Stephen T et al.Nature (London). 2012, Vol 486, Num 7403, pp 375-377, issn 0028-0836, 3 p.Article

Kepler-22b: A 2.4 EARTH-RADIUS PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A SUN-LIKE STARBORUCKI, William J; KOCH, David G; DEVORE, Edna et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2012, Vol 745, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, 120.1-120.16, 1Article

INITIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER SHORT CADENCE DATAGILLILAND, Ronald L; JENKINS, Jon M; K, David et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 713, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, L160-L163, 2Article

Photometer performance assessment in Kepler science data processingJIE LI; ALLEN, Christopher; TENENBAUM, Peter et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2010, Vol 7740, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-8230-3 0-8194-8230-7, 2Vol, 77401T.1-77401T.11, 2Conference Paper

TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. II. CONFIRMATION OF TWO MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS VIA A NON-PARAMETRIC CORRELATION ANALYSISFORD, Eric B; FABRYCKY, Daniel C; ROWE, Jason F et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2012, Vol 750, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, 113.1-113.18, 1Article

Two Earth―sized planets orbiting Kepler―20FRESSIN, Francois; TORRES, Guillermo; CIARDI, David R et al.Nature (London). 2012, Vol 482, Num 7384, pp 195-198, issn 0028-0836, 4 p.Article

A closely packed system of low-mass, low-density planets transiting Kepler-11LISSAUER, Jack J; FABRYCKY, Daniel C; BATALHA, Natalie M et al.Nature (London). 2011, Vol 470, Num 7332, pp 53-58, issn 0028-0836, 6 p.Article

INITIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER LONG CADENCE DATA FOR DETECTING TRANSITING PLANETSJENKINS, Jon M; CALDWELL, Douglas A; WU, Hayley et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 713, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, L120-L125, 2Article

KEPLER MISSION DESIGN, REALIZED PHOTOMETRIC PERFORMANCE, AND EARLY SCIENCEKOCH, David G; BORUCKI, William J; GAUTIER, Thomas N et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 713, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, L79-L86, 2Article

KEPLER-20: A SUN-LIKE STAR WITH THREE SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANETS AND TWO EARTH-SIZE CANDIDATESGAUTIER, Thomas N; CHARBONNEAU, David; LATHAM, David W et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2012, Vol 749, Num 1, issn 0004-637X, 15.1-15.19, 1Article

DISCOVERY AND ROSSITER-McLAUGHLIN EFFECT OF EXOPLANET KEPLER-8bJENKINS, Jon M; BORUCKI, William J; CALDWELL, Douglas A et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 724, Num 2, pp 1108-1119, issn 0004-637X, 12 p., 1Article

KEPLER OBSERVATIONS OF THREE PRE-LAUNCH EXOPLANET CANDIDATES: DISCOVERY OF TWO ECLIPSING BINARIES AND A NEW EXOPLANETHOWELL, Steve B; ROWE, Jason F; SHERRY, William et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 725, Num 2, pp 1633-1643, issn 0004-637X, 11 p., 1Article

THE KEPLER PIXEL RESPONSE FUNCTIONBRYSON, Stephen T; TENENBAUM, Peter; BORUCKI, William J et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 713, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, L97-L102, 2Article

A framework for propagation of uncertainties in the Kepler data analysis pipelineCLARKE, Bruce D; ALLEN, Christopher; MIDDOUR, Chris et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2010, Vol 7740, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-8230-3 0-8194-8230-7, 2Vol, 774020.1-774020.12, 2Conference Paper

Selecting Pixels for Kepler DownlinkBRYSON, Stephen T; JENKINS, Jon M; HAAS, Michael R et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2010, Vol 7740, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-8230-3 0-8194-8230-7, 2Vol, 77401D.1-77401D.12, 2Conference Paper

KEPLER-21 b: A 1.6 REarth PLANET TRANSITING THE BRIGHT OSCILLATING F SUBGIANT STAR HD 179070HOWELL, Steve B; ROWE, Jason F; APPOURCHAUX, Thierry et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2012, Vol 746, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, 123.1-123.18, 1Article

TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. V. TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION CANDIDATES IN THE FIRST SIXTEEN MONTHS FROM POLYNOMIAL MODELSFORD, Eric B; RAGOZZINE, Darin; GAUTIER, Thomas N et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2012, Vol 756, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, 185.1-185.7, 1Article

A FIRST COMPARISON OF KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES IN SINGLE AND MULTIPLE SYSTEMSLATHAM, David W; ROWE, Jason F; CHRISTIANSEN, Jessie L et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2011, Vol 732, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, 732L24.1-732L24.4, 2Article

MODELING KEPLER TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES AS FALSE POSITIVES: REJECTION OF BLEND SCENARIOS FOR KEPLER-9, AND VALIDATION OF KEPLER-9 d, A SUPER-EARTH-SIZE PLANET IN A MULTIPLE SYSTEMTORIES, Guillermo; FRESSIN, François; FABRYCKY, Daniel C et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2011, Vol 727, Num 1, pp 291-308, issn 0004-637X, 18 p., 1Article

INSTRUMENT PERFORMANCE IN KEPLER's FIRST MONTHSCALDWELL, Douglas A; KOLODZIEJCZAK, Jeffery J; CHANDRASEKARAN, Hema et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 713, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, L92-L96, 2Article

OVERVIEW OF THE KEPLER SCIENCE PROCESSING PIPELINEJENKINS, Jon M; CALDWELL, Douglas A; WU, Hayley et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2010, Vol 713, Num 2, issn 0004-637X, L87-L91, 2Article

The Kepler end-to-end model: creating high-fidelity simulations to test Kepler ground processingBRYSON, Stephen T; JENKINS, Jon M; PETERS, Dan J et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2010, Vol 7738, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-8228-0, 1Vol, 773808.1-773808.12Conference Paper

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