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We list below refereed journal articles pertaining exoplanet science with Kepler. The histogram contrasts the number of Science Team-led papers with papers by the general community. Non-exoplanet astrophysics papers are listed elsewhere.


2014

  1. BAYESIAN PRIORS FOR THE ECCENTRICITY OF TRANSITING PLANETS
    Kipping, David M.
    2014, MNRAS, in press (2014arXiv1408.1393K)

  2. AUTOMATIC CLASSIFICATION OF KEPLER THRESHOLD CROSSING EVENTS
    McCauliff, Sean, Jenkins, Jon M., Catanzarite, Joseph, Burke, Christopher J., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Twicken, Joseph D., Tenenbaum, Peter, Seader, Shawn, Li, Jie, Cote, Miles
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1408.1496M)

  3. TRADES: A NEW SOFTWARE TO DERIVE ORBITAL PARAMETERS FROM OBSERVED TRANSIT TIMES AND RADIAL VELOCITIES. REVISITING KEPLER-11 AND KEPLER-9
    Borsato, Luca, Marzari, Francesco, Nascimbeni, Valerio, Piotto, Giampaolo, Granata, Valentina, Rolly Bedin, Luigi, Malavolta, Luca
    2014, A&A, in press (2014arXiv1408.2844B)

  4. RADIAL VELOCITY OBSERVATIONS AND LIGHT CURVE NOISE MODELING CONFIRM THAT KEPLER-91B IS A GIANT PLANET ORBITING A GIANT STAR
    Barclay, Thomas, Endl, Michael, Huber, Daniel, Foreman-Mackey, Daniel, Cochran, William D., MacQueen, Phillip J., Rowe, Jason F., Quintana, Elisa V.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1408.3149B)

  5. TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES WITH FINITE INTEGRATION TIME: FISHER INFORMATION ANALYSIS
    Price, Ellen M., Rogers, Leslie A.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1408.4124P)

  6. SURFACE FLUX PATTERNS ON PLANETS IN CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS, AND POTENTIAL FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS
    Forgan, Duncan H., Mead, Alexander, Cockell, Charles S., Raven, John A.
    2014, International Journal of Astrobiology, in press (2014arXiv1408.5277F)

  7. STATISTICAL ECLIPSES OF CLOSE-IN KEPLER SUB-SATURNS
    Sheets, Holly A., Deming, Drake
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1408.6234S)

  8. OBLIQUITIES OF KEPLER STARS: COMPARISON OF SINGLE- AND MULTIPLE-TRANSIT SYSTEMS
    Morton, Timothy D., Winn, Joshua N.
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1408.6606M)

  9. STABILITY OF THE KEPLER-11 SYSTEM AND ITS ORIGIN
    Mahajan, Nikhil, Wu, Yanqin
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1409.0011M)

  10. UNDERSTANDING THE MASS-RADIUS RELATION FOR SUB-NEPTUNES: RADIUS AS A PROXY FOR COMPOSITION
    Lopez, Eric D., Fortney, Jonathan J.
    2014, ApJ, 792, 1 (2014ApJ...792....1L)

  11. FROM HOT JUPITERS TO SUPER-EARTHS VIA ROCHE LOBE OVERFLOW
    Valsecchi, Francesca, Rasio, Frederic A., Steffen, Jason H.
    2014, ApJ, 793, L3 (2014ApJ...793L...3V)

  12. UNDERSTANDING THE ASSEMBLY OF KEPLER'S COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Hands, T. O., Alexander, R. D., Dehnen, W.
    2014, MNRAS, in press (2014arXiv1409.0532H)

  13. HERSCHEL/PACS PHOTOMETRY OF TRANSITING-PLANET HOST STARS WITH CANDIDATE WARM DEBRIS DISKS
    Merin, Bruno, Ardila, David R., Ribas, Alvaro, Bouy, Herve, Bryden, Geoffrey, Stapelfeldt, Karl, Padgett, Deborah
    2014, A&A, in press (2014arXiv1409.0572M)

  14. EFFECTS OF XUV RADIATION ON CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Sanz-Forcada, J., Desidera, S., Micela, G.
    2014, A&A, in press (2014arXiv1409.0639S)

  15. MOST SUB-ARCSECOND COMPANIONS OF KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS ARE GRAVITATIONALLY BOUND
    Horch, Elliott P., Howell, Steve B., Everett, Mark E., Ciardi, David R.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1409.1249H)

  16. PREDICTING A THIRD PLANET IN THE KEPLER-47 CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEM
    Hinse, Tobias C., Haghighipour, Nader, Kostov, Veselin B., Gozdziewski, Krzysztof
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1409.1349H)

  17. KIC 9632895 - THE 10TH KEPLER TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Welsh, William F., Orosz, Jerome A., Short, Donald R., Haghighipour, Nader, Buchhave, Lars A., Doyle, Laurance R., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Hinse, Tobias Cornelius, Kane, Stephen, Kostov, Veselin, Mazeh, Tsevi, Mills, Sean M., Mueller, Tobias W. A., Quarles, Billy, Quinn, Samuel N., Ragozzine, Darin, Shporer, Avi, Steffen, Jason H., Tal-Or, Lev, Torres, Guillermo, Windmiller, Gur, Borucki, William J.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1409.1605W)

  18. EXPLORING EXOPLANET POPULATIONS WITH NASA'S KEPLER MISSION
    Batalha, Natalie M.
    2014, PNAS, in press (2014arXiv1409.1904B)

  19. CAN HYDROGEN CORONAE BE INFERRED AROUND A CO2-DOMINATED EXOPLANETARY ATMOSPHERE?
    Bernard, D., Lilensten, J., Barthelemy, M., Gronoff, G.
    2014, Icarus, 239, 23 (2014Icar..239...23B)

  20. RELATIVE STELLAR OCCURRENCE OF EXOPLANETS IN HABITABLE ZONES OF THE MAIN SEQUENCE F, G, K STARS
    Pintr, Pavel, Perinova, Vlasta, Luks, Antonin, Pathak, Anirban
    2014, P&SS, 99, 1 (2014MNRAS.443.2561G)

  21. TRANSIT TIMING OF TRES-2: A COMBINED ANALYSIS OF GROUND- AND SPACE-BASED PHOTOMETRY
    Raetz, St., Maciejewski, G., Ginski, Ch., Mugrauer, M., Berndt, A., Eisenbeiss, T., Adam, Ch., Raetz, M., Roell, T., Seeliger, M., Marka, C., Vanko, M., Bukowiecki, Ł., Errmann, R., Kitze, M., Ohlert, J., Pribulla, T., Schmidt, J. G., Sebastian, D., Puchalski, D., Tetzlaff, N., Hohle, M. M., Schmidt, T. O. B., Neuhauser, R.
    2014, MNRAS, 444, 1351 (2014MNRAS.444.1351R)

  22. A STATISTICAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE PLANET POPULATION AROUND KEPLER SOLAR-TYPE STARS
    Silburt, Ari, Gaidos, Eric, Wu, Yanqin
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1406.6048S)

  23. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES XII. KOI-1257 B: A HIGHLY-ECCENTRIC 3-MONTH PERIOD TRANSITING EXOPLANET
    Santerne, A., Hebrard, G., Deleuil, M., Havel, M., Correia, A. C. M., Almenara, J.-M., Alonso, R., Arnold, L., Barros, S. C. C., Behrend, R., Bernasconi, L., Boisse, I., Bonomo, A. S., Bouchy, F., Bruno, G., Damiani, C., Díaz, R. F., Gravallon, D., Guillot, T., Labrevoir, O., Montagnier, G., Moutou, C., Rinner, C., Santos, N. C., Abe, L., Audejean, M., Bendjoya, P., Gillier, C., Gregorio, J., Martinez, P., Michelet, J., Montaigut, R., Poncy, R., Rivet, J.-P., Rousseau, G., Roy, R., Suarez, O., Vanhuysse, M., Verilhac, D.
    2014, A&A, in press (2014arXiv1406.6172S)

  24. TRUMPETING M DWARFS WITH CONCH-SHELL: A CATALOG OF NEARBY COOL HOST-STARS FOR HABITABLE EXOPLANETS AND LIFE
    Gaidos, E., Mann, A. W., Lepine, S., Buccino, A., James, D., Ansdell, M., Petrucci, R., Mauas, P., Hilton, E. J.
    2014, MNRAS, 443, 2561 (2014MNRAS.443.2561G)

  25. A STELLAR-MASS-DEPENDENT DROP IN PLANET OCCURRENCE RATES
    Mulders, Gijs D., Pascucci, Ilaria, Apai, Daniel
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1406.7356M)

  26. THE DETECTION OF EARTH-MASS PLANETS AROUND ACTIVE STARS: THE MASS OF KEPLER-78B
    Hatzes, Artie P.
    2014, A&A, in press (2014arXiv1407.0853H)

  27. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGING OF KEPLER SMALL AND COOL EXOPLANET HOST STARS
    Gilliland, Ronald L., Star, Kimberly M., Adams, Elisabeth R., Ciardi, David R., Kalas, Paul, Wright, Jason T.
    2014, AJ, submitted (2014arXiv1407.1009G)

  28. REVISION OF EARTH-SIZED KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATE PROPERTIES WITH HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGING BY HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE
    Star, Kimberly M., Gilliland, Ronald L., Wright, Jason T., Ciardi, David R.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1407.1057S)

  29. ACCRETION AND EVOLUTION OF ~2.5 EARTH-MASS PLANETS WITH VOLUMINOUS H/HE ENVELOPES
    Bodenheimer, Peter, Lissauer, Jack J.
    2014, ApJ, 791, 103 (2014ApJ...791..103B)

  30. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES III: 87 KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Dressing, Courtney D., Adams, Elisabeth R., Dupree, Andrea K., Kulesa, Craig, McCarthy, Don
    2014, AJ, in press (2014arXiv1407.1848D)

  31. TIME VARIATION OF KEPLER TRANSITS INDUCED BY STELLAR ROTATING SPOTS - A WAY TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN PROGRADE AND RETROGRADE MOTION I. THEORY
    Mazeh, Tsevi, Holczer, Tomer, Shporer, Avi
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1407.1979M)

  32. CHANGING PHASES OF ALIEN WORLDS: PROBING ATMOSPHERES OF KEPLER PLANETS WITH HIGH-PRECISION PHOTOMETRY
    Esteves, Lisa J., De Mooij, Ernst J. W., Jayawardhana, Ray
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1407.2245E)

  33. THE DYNAMICS OF THE MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM ORBITING KEPLER-56
    Li, Gongjie, Naoz, Smadar, Valsecchi, Francesca, Johnson, John Asher, Rasio, Frederic A.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1407.2249L)

  34. BEER ANALYSIS OF KEPLER AND COROT LIGHT CURVES: II. EVIDENCE FOR EMISSION PHASE SHIFT DUE TO SUPERROTATION IN FOUR KEPLER HOT JUPITERS
    Faigler, Simchon, Mazeh, Tsevi
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1407.2361F)

  35. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. II. PLANETS ARE LESS COMMON IN MULTIPLE-STAR SYSTEMS WITH SEPARATIONS SMALLER THAN 1500 AU
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Xie, Ji-Wei, Ciardi, David R.
    2014, ApJ, 791, 111 (2014ApJ...791..111W)

  36. MOST 1.6 EARTH-RADIUS PLANETS ARE NOT ROCKY
    Rogers, Leslie A.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1407.4457R)

  37. DISCOVERY OF A TRANSITING PLANET NEAR THE SNOW-LINE
    Kipping, David M., Torres, Guillermo, Buchhave, Lars A., Kenyon, Scott J., Henze, Christopher E., Isaacson, Howard, Kolbl, Rea, Marcy, Geoff W., Bryson, Stephen T., Stassun, Keivan G., Bastien, Fabienne A.
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1407.4807K)

  38. OVERCOMING THE METER BARRIER AND THE FORMATION OF SYSTEMS WITH TIGHTLY-PACKED INNER PLANETS (STIPS)
    Boley, Aaron C., Morris, Melissa A., Ford, Eric B.
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1407.6707B)

  39. DETERMINATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL SPIN-ORBIT ANGLE WITH JOINT ANALYSIS OF ASTEROSEISMOLOGY, TRANSIT LIGHTCURVE, AND THE ROSSITER-MCLAUGHLIN EFFECT: CASES OF HAT-P-7 AND KEPLER-25
    Benomar, O., Masuda, K., Shibahashi, H., Suto, Y.
    2014, PASJ, in press (2014arXiv1407.7332B)

  40. ASTEROSEISMIC INFERENCE ON THE SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT AND STELLAR PARAMETERS OF HAT-P-7
    Lund, Mikkel N., Lundkvist, Mia, Silva Aguirre, Victor, Houdek, Günter, Casagrande, Luca, Van Eylen, Vincent, Campante, Tiago L., Karoff, Christoffer, Kjeldsen, Hans, Albrecht, Simon, Chaplin, William J., Nielsen, Martin Bo, Degroote, Pieter, Davies, Guy R., Handberg, Rasmus
    2014, A&A, in press (2014arXiv1407.7516L)

  41. ON THE FORMATION OF THE KEPLER-10 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Terquem, Caroline
    2014, MNRAS, 444,1738 (2014MNRAS.444.1738T)

  42. FREQUENCY OF CLOSE COMPANIONS AMONG KEPLER PLANETS - A TRANSIT TIME VARIATION STUDY
    Xie, Ji-Wei, Wu, Yanqin, Lithwick, Yoram
    2014, ApJ, 789, 165 (2014ApJ...789..165X)

  43. THE ALBEDOS OF KEPLER'S CLOSE-IN SUPER-EARTHS
    Demory, Brice-Olivier
    2014, ApJ, 789, 20 (2014ApJ...789L..20D)

  44. CIRCUMBINARY PLANET FORMATION IN THE KEPLER-16 SYSTEM. II. A TOY MODEL FOR IN-SITU PLANET FORMATION WITHIN A DEBRIS BELT
    Meschiari, Stefano
    2014, ApJ, 790, 41 (2014ApJ...790...41M)

  45. THE EFFECT OF CONJUNCTIONS ON THE TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS OF EXOPLANETS
    Nesvorny, David, Vokrouhlicky, David
    2014, ApJ, 790, 58 (2014ApJ...790...58N)

  46. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. VI. H- AND K-BAND SPECTRA OF KEPLER M DWARF PLANET-CANDIDATE HOSTS
    Muirhead, Philip S., Becker, Juliette, Feiden, Gregory A., Rojas-Ayala, Bárbara, Vanderburg, Andrew, Price, Ellen M., Thorp, Rachel, Law, Nicholas M., Riddle, Reed, Baranec, Christoph, Hamren, Katherine, Schlawin, Everett, Covey, Kevin R., Johnson, John Asher, Lloyd, James P.
    2014, ApJS, 213, 5 (2014ApJS..213....5M)

  47. PLANET HUNTERS. VI. AN INDEPENDENT CHARACTERIZATION OF KOI-351 AND SEVERAL LONG PERIOD PLANET CANDIDATES FROM THE KEPLER ARCHIVAL DATA
    Schmitt, Joseph R., Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Jek, Kian J., Moriarty, John C., Boyajian, Tabetha S., Schwamb, Megan E., Lintott, Chris, Lynn, Stuart, Smith, Arfon M., Parrish, Michael, Schawinski, Kevin, Simpson, Robert, LaCourse, Daryll, Omohundro, Mark R., Winarski, Troy, Goodman, Samuel Jon, Jebson, Tony, Schwengeler, Hans Martin, Paterson, David A., Sejpka, Johann, Terentev, Ivan, Jacobs, Tom, Alsaadi, Nawar, Bailey, Robert C., Ginman, Tony, Granado, Pete, Vonstad Guttormsen, Kristoffer, Mallia, Franco, Papillon, Alfred L., Rossi, Franco, Socolovsky, Miguel
    2014, AJ, 148, 28 (2014AJ....148...28S)

  48. TESTS OF IN SITU FORMATION SCENARIOS FOR COMPACT MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS
    Schlaufman, Kevin C.
    2014, ApJ, 790, 91 (2014ApJ...790...91S)

  49. TRANSITS OF PLANETS WITH SMALL INTERVALS IN CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS
    Liu, Hui-Gen, Wang, Ying, Zhang, Hui, Zhou, Ji-Lin
    2014, ApJ, 790, 141 (2014ApJ...790..141L)

  50. ARCHITECTURE OF KEPLER'S MULTI-TRANSITING SYSTEMS. II. NEW INVESTIGATIONS WITH TWICE AS MANY CANDIDATES
    Fabrycky, Daniel C., Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, Rowe, Jason F., Steffen, Jason H., Agol, Eric, Barclay, Thomas, Batalha, Natalie, Borucki, William, Ciardi, David R., Ford, Eric B., Gautier, Thomas N., Geary, John C., Holman, Matthew J., Jenkins, Jon M., Li, Jie, Morehead, Robert C., Morris, Robert L., Shporer, Avi, Smith, Jeffrey C., Still, Martin, Van Cleve, Jeffrey
    2014, ApJ, 790, 146 (2014ApJ...790..146F)

  51. THE RADIUS DISTRIBUTION OF SMALL PLANETS AROUND COOL STARS
    Morton, Timothy D., Swift, Jonathan J.
    2014, ApJ, 791, 10 (2014ApJ...791...10M)

  52. CAN THE INTERIOR STRUCTURE INFLUENCE THE HABITABILITY OF A ROCKY PLANET?
    Noack, L., Godolt, M., von Paris, P., Plesa, A.-C., Stracke, B., Breuer, D., Rauer, H.
    2014, P&SS, 98, 14 (2014P&SS...98...14N)

  53. TIDAL DISSIPATION IN A HOMOGENEOUS SPHERICAL BODY. II. THREE EXAMPLES: IO, MERCURY, AND KEPLER-10 B
    Makarov, Valeri V., Efroimsky, Michael
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1406.2352M)

  54. DENSITIES AND ECCENTRICITIES OF 163 KEPLER PLANETS FROM TRANSIT TIME VARIATIONS
    Hadden, Sam, Lithwick, Yoram
    2014, ApJ, 787, 80 (2014ApJ...787...80H)

  55. PHOTO-DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THREE KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST WITH SIGNIFICANT TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Nesvorny, David, Kipping, David, Terrell, Dirk, Feroz, Farhan
    2014, ApJ, 790, 31 (2014ApJ...790...31N)

  56. TESTING THE TITIUS-BODE LAW PREDICTIONS FOR KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Huang, Chelsea X., Bakos, Gaspar A.
    2014, MNRAS, 442, 674 (2014MNRAS.442..674H)

  57. HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING OF KEPLER PLANET HOST CANDIDATES. A COMPREHENSIVE COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES
    Lillo-Box, J., Barrado, D., Bouy, H.
    2014, A&A, 566, 103 (2014A&A...566A.103L)

  58. KEPLER-93B: A TERRESTRIAL WORLD MEASURED TO WITHIN 120 KM, AND A TEST CASE FOR A NEW SPITZER OBSERVING MODE
    Ballard, Sarah, Chaplin, William J., Charbonneau, David, Desert, Jean-Michel, Fressin, Francois, Zeng, Li, Werner, Michael W., Davies, Guy R., Silva Aguirre, Victor, Basu, Sarbani, Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jorgen, Metcalfe, Travis S., Stello, Dennis, Bedding, Timothy R., Campante, Tiago L., Handberg, Rasmus, Karoff, Christoffer, Elsworth, Yvonne, Gilliland, Ronald L., Hekker, Saskia, Huber, Daniel, Kawaler, Steven D., Kjeldsen, Hans, Lund, Mikkel N., Lundkvist, Mia
    2014, ApJ, 790, 12 (2014ApJ...790...12B)

  59. DISRUPTION OF CO-ORBITAL (1:1) PLANETARY RESONANCES DURING GAS-DRIVEN ORBITAL MIGRATION
    Pierens, Arnaud, Raymond, Sean
    2014, MNRAS, 442, 2296 (2014MNRAS.442.2296P)

  60. LARGE ECCENTRICITY, LOW MUTUAL INCLINATION: THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF A HIERARCHICAL SYSTEM OF GIANT PLANETS
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Johnson, John Asher, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Foreman-Mackey, Daniel, Murray-Clay, Ruth A., Buchhave, Lars A., Cargile, Phillip A., Clubb, Kelsey I., Fulton, Benjamin J., Hebb, Leslie, Howard, Andrew W., Huber, Daniel, Shporer, Avi, Valenti, Jeff A.
    2014, ApJ, 791, 89 (2014ApJ...791...89D)

  61. CONFIRMATION OF AN EXOPLANET USING THE TRANSIT COLOR SIGNATURE: KEPLER-418B, A BLENDED GIANT PLANET IN A MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Tingley, B., Parviainen, H., Gandolfi, D., Deeg, H. J., Palle, E., Montanes Rodriguez, P., Murgas, F., Alonso, R., Bruntt, H., Fridlund, M.
    2014, A&A, 567, 14 (2014A&A...567A..14T)

  62. PLANETARY HOST STARS: EVALUATING UNCERTAINTIES IN ULTRA-COOL MODEL ATMOSPHERES
    Bozhinova, I., Helling, Ch., Scholz, A.
    2014, MNRAS, submitted (2014arXiv1405.5416B)

  63. SECULAR ORBITAL EVOLUTION OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS AND THE DEARTH OF CLOSE-IN PLANETS AROUND FAST ROTATORS
    Lanza, A. F., Shkolnik, E. L.
    2014, MNRAS, 443, 1451 (2014MNRAS.443.1451L)

  64. THE EFFECT OF CONJUNCTIONS ON THE TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS OF EXOPLANETS
    Nesvorny, David, Vokrouhlicky, David
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1405.7433N)

  65. THE KEPLER-10 PLANETARY SYSTEM REVISITED BY HARPS-N: A HOT ROCKY WORLD AND A SOLID NEPTUNE-MASS PLANET
    Dumusque, Xavier, Bonomo, Aldo S., Haywood, Raphaelle D., Malavolta, Luca, Segransan, Damien, Buchhave, Lars A., Collier Cameron, Andrew, Latham, David W., Molinari, Emilio, Pepe, Francesco, Udry, Stephane, Charbonneau, David, Cosentino, Rosario, Dressing, Courtney D., Figueira, Pedro, Fiorenzano, Aldo F. M., Gettel, Sara, Harutyunyan, Avet, Horne, Keith, Lopez-Morales, Mercedes, Lovis, Christophe, Mayor, Michel, Micela, Giusi, Motalebi, Fatemeh, Nascimbeni, Valerio, Phillips, David F., Piotto, Giampaolo, Pollacco, Don, Queloz, Didier, Rice, Ken, Sasselov, Dimitar, Sozzetti, Alessandro, Szentgyorgyi, Andrew, Watson, Chris
    2014, ApJ, 789, 154 (2014ApJ...789..154D)

  66. A MISALIGNED PROGRADE ORBIT FOR KEPLER-13 AB VIA DOPPLER TOMOGRAPHY
    Johnson, Marshall C., Cochran, William D., Albrecht, Simon, Dodson-Robinson, Sarah E., Winn, Joshua N., Gullikson, Kevin
    2014, ApJ, 790, 30 (2014ApJ...790...30J)

  67. PLANETESIMAL INTERACTIONS CAN EXPLAIN THE MYSTERIOUS PERIOD RATIOS OF SMALL NEAR-RESONANT PLANETS
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Ford, Eric B.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1406.0521C)

  68. TIDAL DISSIPATION AND THE FORMATION OF KEPLER NEAR-RESONANT PLANETS
    Delisle, J.-B., Laskar, J.
    2014, A&A, submitted (2014arXiv1406.0694D)

  69. THE PROPERTIES OF PLANETS AROUND GIANT STARS
    Jones, M. I., Jenkins, J. S., Bluhm, P., Rojo, P., Melo, C. H. F.
    2014, A&A, 566, 113 (2014A&A...566A.113J)

  70. A DYNAMICAL STUDY ON THE HABITABILITY OF TERRESTRIAL EXOPLANETS - II THE SUPER-EARTH HD 40307 G
    Brasser, R., Ida, S., Kokubo, E.
    2014, MNRAS, 440, 3685 (2014MNRAS.440.3685B)

  71. DIFFERENTIATION OF SILICATES AND IRON DURING FORMATION OF MERCURY AND HIGH-DENSITY EXOPLANETS
    Nayakshin, Sergei
    2014, MNRAS, 441, 1380 (2014MNRAS.441.1380N)

  72. POSSIBLE PLANETS AROUND A STARS
    Balona, L. A.
    2014, MNRAS, 441, 3543 (2014MNRAS.441.3543B)

  73. FAINT DISKS AROUND CLASSICAL T TAURI STARS: SMALL BUT DENSE ENOUGH TO FORM PLANETS
    Pietu, V., Guilloteau, S., Di Folco, E., Dutrey, A., Boehler, Y.
    2014, A&A, 564, 95 (2014A&A...564A..95P)

  74. KEPLER-79'S LOW DENSITY PLANETS
    Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Lissauer, Jack J., Rowe, Jason F., Fabrycky, Daniel C.
    2014, ApJ, 785, 15 (2014ApJ...785...15J)

  75. A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF KEPLER PHASE CURVES AND SECONDARY ECLIPSES -- TEMPERATURES AND ALBEDOS OF CONFIRMED KEPLER GIANT PLANETS
    Angerhausen, Daniel, DeLarme, Emily, Morse, Jon A.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1404.4348A)

  76. STARS GET DIZZY AFTER LUNCH
    Zhang, Michael, Penev, Kaloyan
    2014, ApJ, 787, 131 (2014ApJ...787..131Z)

  77. FORMATION, TIDAL EVOLUTION AND HABITABILITY OF THE KEPLER-186 SYSTEM
    Bolmont, Emeline, Raymond, Sean N., von Paris, Philip, Selsis, Franck, Hersant, Franck, Quintana, Elisa V., Barclay, Thomas
    2014, ApJ, 793, 3 (2014ApJ...793....3B)

  78. RESONANCE BREAKING DUE TO DISSIPATION IN PLANAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Delisle, J.-B., Laskar, J., Correia, A. C. M.
    2014, A&A, 566, 137 (2014A&A...566A.137D)

  79. PLANETS TRANSITING NON-ECLIPSING BINARIES
    Martin, David V., Triaud, Amaury H. M. J.
    2014, A&A, submitted (2014arXiv1404.5360M)

  80. ON THE ABUNDANCE OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Armstrong, D. J., Osborn, H., Brown, D., Faedi, F., Gómez Maqueo Chew, Y., Martin, D., Pollacco, D., Udry, S.
    2014, MNRAS, 444, 1873 (2014MNRAS.444.1873A)

  81. PHASE CURVES OF THE KEPLER-11 MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM
    Gelino, Dawn M., Kane, Stephen R.
    2014, ApJ, 787, 105 (2014ApJ...787..105G)

  82. KOI-3278: A SELF-LENSING BINARY STAR SYSTEM
    Kruse, Ethan, Agol, Eric
    2014, Sci, 344, 275 (2014Sci...344..275K)

  83. AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A COOL STAR
    Quintana, Elisa V., Barclay, Thomas, Raymond, Sean N., Rowe, Jason F., Bolmont, Emeline, Caldwell, Douglas A., Howell, Steve B., Kane, Stephen R., Huber, Daniel, Crepp, Justin R., Lissauer, Jack J., Ciardi, David R., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Everett, Mark E., Henze, Christopher E., Horch, Elliott, Isaacson, Howard, Ford, Eric B., Adams, Fred C., Still, Martin, Hunter, Roger C., Quarles, Billy, Selsis, Franck
    2014, Sci, 344, 277 (2014Sci...344..277Q)

  84. ASYMMETRIC ORBITAL DISTRIBUTION NEAR MEAN MOTION RESONANCE: APPLICATION TO PLANETS OBSERVED BY KEPLER AND RADIAL VELOCITIES
    Xie, Ji-Wei
    2014, ApJ, 786, 153 (2014ApJ...786..153X)

  85. THREE BODY RESONANCES IN CLOSE ORBITING PLANETARY SYSTEMS: TIDAL DISSIPATION AND ORBITAL EVOLUTION
    Papaloizou, John C. B.
    2014, International Journal of Astrobiology, in press (2014arXiv1405.0381P)

  86. HAT-P-54B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A 0.64 MSUN STAR IN FIELD 0 OF THE K2 MISSION
    Bakos, G. A., Hartman, J. D., Bhatti, W., Bieryla, A., de Val-Borro, M., Latham, D. W., Buchhave, L. A., Csubry, Z., Penev, K., Kovacs, G., Beky, B., Falco, E., Kovacs, T., Howard, A. W., Johnson, J. A., Isaacson, H., Marcy, G. W., Torres, G., Noyes, R. W., Berlind, P., Calkins, M. L., Esquerdo, G. A., Lazar, J., Papp, I., Sari, P.
    2014, AJ, submitted (2014arXiv1404.4417B)

  87. FLICKER AS A TOOL FOR CHARACTERIZING PLANETS THROUGH ASTERODENSITY PROFILING
    Kipping, David M., Bastien, Fabienne A., Stassun, Keivan G., Chaplin, William J., Huber, Daniel, Buchhave, Lars A.
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1403.5264K)

  88. DETECTING EXTRASOLAR MOONS AKIN TO SOLAR SYSTEM SATELLITES WITH AN ORBITAL SAMPLING EFFECT
    Heller, Rene
    2014, ApJ, 787, 14 (2014ApJ...787...14H)

  89. WHY IS THERE A DEARTH OF CLOSE-IN PLANETS AROUND FAST-ROTATING STARS?
    Teitler, Seth, Konigl, Arieh
    2014, ApJ, 786, 139 (2014ApJ...786..139T)

  90. IN SITU MODELS FOR PLANET ASSEMBLY AROUND COOL STARS
    Hansen, Brad M. S.
    2014, IJoA, submitted (2014arXiv1403.6553H)

  91. PASTIS: BAYESIAN EXTRASOLAR PLANET VALIDATION. I. GENERAL FRAMEWORK, MODELS, AND PERFORMANCE
    Diaz, Rodrigo F., Almenara, Jose M., Santerne, Alexandre, Moutou, Claire, Lethuillier, Anthony, Deleuil, Magali
    2014, MNRAS, 441, 983 (2014MNRAS.441..983D)

  92. ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HOT JUPITER KEPLER-13Ab
    Shporer, Avi, O'Rourke, Joseph G., Knutson, Heather A., Szabo, Gyula M., Zhao, Ming, Burrows, Adam, Fortney, Jonathan, Agol, Eric, Cowan, Nicolas B., Desert, Jean-Michel, Howard, Andrew W., Isaacson, Howard, Lewis, Nikole A., Showman, Adam P., Todorov, Kamen O.
    2014, ApJ, 788, 92 (2014ApJ...788...92S)

  93. STELLAR ROTATION--PLANETARY ORBIT PERIOD COMMENSURABILITY IN THE HAT-P-11 SYSTEM
    Beky, Bence, Holman, Matthew J., Kipping, David M., Noyes, Robert W.
    2014, ApJ, 788, 1 (2014ApJ...788....1B)

  94. TRANSIT OF EXOMOON PLASMA TORI: NEW DIAGNOSIS
    Ben-Jaffel, Lotfi, Ballester, Gilda E.
    2014, ApJ, 785, L30 (2014ApJ...785L..30B)

  95. DIRECT DETECTION OF EXOPLANETS IN THE 3-10 MICRON RANGE WITH E-ELT/METIS
    Quanz, Sascha P., Crossfield, Ian, Meyer, Michael R., Schmalzl, Eva, Held, Jenny
    2014, IJoA, in press (2014arXiv1404.0831Q)

  96. SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR 110-DAY-PERIOD KOI368.01 FROM GRAVITY DARKENING
    Ahlers, John. P., Seubert, Shayne A., Barnes, Jason W.
    2014, ApJ, 786, 131 (2014ApJ...786..131A)

  97. THE K2 MISSION: CHARACTERIZATION AND EARLY RESULTS
    Howell, Steve B., Sobeck, Charlie, Haas, Michael, Still, Martin, Barclay, Thomas, Mullally, Fergal, Troeltzsch, John, Aigrain, Suzanne, Bryson, Stephen T., Caldwell, Doug, Chaplin, William J., Cochran, William D., Huber, Daniel, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Miglio, Andrea, Najita, Joan R., Smith, Marcie, Twicken, J. D., Fortney, Jonathan J.
    2014, PASP, 126, 398 (2014PASP..126..398H)

  98. CONSTRAINING PHYSICS OF VERY HOT SUPER-EARTHS WITH THE JAMES WEBB TELESCOPE. THE CASE OF COROT-7B
    Samuel, Benjamin, Leconte, Jeremy, Rouan, Daniel, Forget, François, Léger, Alain, Schneider, Jean
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1402.6637S)

  99. VALIDATION OF KEPLER'S MULTIPLE PLANET CANDIDATES. II. REFINED STATISTICAL FRAMEWORK AND DESCRIPTIONS OF SYSTEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
    Schlaufman, Kevin C.
    2014, ApJ, submitted (2014arXiv1402.7075S)

  100. VALIDATION OF KEPLER'S MULTIPLE PLANET CANDIDATES. II. REFINED STATISTICAL FRAMEWORK AND DESCRIPTIONS OF SYSTEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
    Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Bryson, Stephen T., Rowe, Jason F., Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Agol, Eric, Borucki, William J., Carter, Joshua A., Ford, Eric B., Gilliland, Ronald L., Kolbl, Rea, Star, Kimberly M., Steffen, Jason H., Torres, Guillermo
    2014, ApJS, 784, 44 (2014ApJ...784...44L)

  101. VALIDATION OF KEPLER'S MULTIPLE PLANET CANDIDATES. III. LIGHT CURVE ANALYSIS AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF HUNDREDS OF NEW MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Rowe, Jason F., Bryson, Stephen T., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Lissauer, Jack J., Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Mullally, Fergal, Gilliland, Ronald L., Issacson, Howard, Ford, Eric, Howell, Steve B., Borucki, William J., Haas, Michael, Huber, Daniel, Steffen, Jason H., Thompson, Susan E., Quintana, Elisa, Barclay, Thomas, Still, Martin, Fortney, Jonathan, Gautier, T. N., III, Hunter, Roger, Caldwell, Douglas A., Ciardi, David R., Devore, Edna, Cochran, William, Jenkins, Jon, Agol, Eric, Carter, Joshua A., Geary, John
    2014, ApJS, 784, 45 (2014ApJ...784...45R)

  102. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN SIXTEEN QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
    Tenenbaum, Peter, Jenkins, Jon M., Seader, Shawn, Burke, Christopher J., Christiansen, Jessie L., Rowe, Jason F., Caldwell, Douglas A., Clarke, Bruce D., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Li, Jie, Quintana, Elisa V., Smith, Jeffrey C., Thompson, Susan E., Twicken, Joseph D., Haas, Michael R., Henze, Christopher E., Hunter, Roger C., Sanderfer, Dwight T., Campbell, Jennifer R., Girouard, Forrest R., Klaus, Todd C., McCauliff, Sean D., Middour, Christopher K., Sabale, Anima, Kamal Uddin, Akm, Wohler, Bill, Barclay, Thomas, Still, Martin
    2014, ApJS, 211, 6 (2014ApJS..211....6T)

  103. BAYESIAN SEARCH FOR LOW-MASS PLANETS AROUND NEARBY M DWARFS. ESTIMATES FOR OCCURRENCE RATE BASED ON GLOBAL DETECTABILITY STATISTICS
    Tuomi, Mikko, Jones, Hugh R. A., Barnes, John R., Anglada-Escude, Guillem, Jenkins, James S.
    2014, MNRAS, in press (2014arXiv1403.0430T)

  104. KEPLER-9 REVISITED 60% THE MASS WITH SIX TIMES MORE DATA
    Dreizler, Stefan, Ofir, Aviv
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1403.1372D)

  105. MULTIWAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF THE CANDIDATE DISINTEGRATING SUB-MERCURY KIC 12557548b
    Croll, Bryce, Rappaport, Saul, DeVore, John, Gilliland, Ronald L., Crepp, Justin R., Howard, Andrew W., Star, Kimberly M., Chiang, Eugene, Levine, Alan M., Jenkins, Jon M., Albert, Loic, Bonomo, Aldo S., Fortney, Jonathan J., Isaacson, Howard
    2014, ApJ, 786, 100 (2014ApJ...786..100C)

  106. TTVFAST: AN EFFICIENT AND ACCURATE CODE FOR TRANSIT TIMING INVERSION PROBLEMS
    Deck, Katherine M., Agol, Eric, Holman, Matthew J., Nesvorny, David
    2014, ApJ, 787, 132 (2014ApJ...787..132D)

  107. A STUDY OF THE SHORTEST-PERIOD PLANETS FOUND WITH KEPLER
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Rappaport, Saul, Winn, Joshua N., Kotson, Michael C., Levine, Alan M., El Mellah, Ileyk
    2014, ApJ, 787, 47 (2014ApJ...787...47S)

  108. KEPLER-210: AN ACTIVE STAR WITH AT LEAST TWO PLANETS
    Ioannidis, P., Schmitt, J. H. M. M., Avdellidou, Ch., von Essen, C., Agol, E.
    2014, A&A, 564, 33 (2014A&A...564A..33I)

  109. A HIGH FALSE POSITIVE RATE FOR KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES OF GIANT STARS USING ASTERODENSITY PROFILING
    Sliski, David H., Kipping, David M.
    2014, ApJ, 788, 148 (2014ApJ...788..148S)

  110. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK): IV. A SEARCH FOR MOONS AROUND EIGHT M-DWARFS
    Kipping, David M., Nesvorny, David, Buchhave, Lars A., Hartman, Joel, Bakos, Gaspar A., Schmitt, Allan R.
    2014, ApJ, 784, 28 (2014ApJ...784...28K)

  111. MEASUREMENTS OF STELLAR INCLINATIONS FOR KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES II: CANDIDATE SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENTS IN SINGLE AND MULTIPLE-TRANSITING SYSTEMS
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Takeda, Yoichi, Winn, Joshua N., Narita, Norio, Takahashi, Yasuhiro H.
    2014, ApJ, 783, 9 (2014ApJ...783....9H)

  112. CONTAMINATION IN THE KEPLER FIELD. IDENTIFICATION OF 685 KOIS AS FALSE POSITIVES VIA EPHEMERIS MATCHING BASED ON Q1-Q12 DATA
    Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Thompson, Susan E., Bryson, Stephen T., Burke, Christopher J., Caldwell, Douglas A., Christiansen, Jessie L., Haas, Michael R., Howell, Steve B, Jenkins, Jon M., Kolodziejczak, Jeffery J., Mullally, Fergal R., Rowe, Jason F.
    2014, AJ, 147, 119 (2014AJ....147..119C)

  113. LIMITS ON STELLAR COMPANIONS TO EXOPLANET HOST STARS WITH ECCENTRIC PLANETS
    Kane, Stephen R., Howell, Steve B., Horch, Elliott P., Feng, Ying, Hinkel, Natalie R., Ciardi, David R., Everett, Mark E., Howard, Andrew W., Wright, Jason T.
    2014, ApJ, 785, 93 (2014ApJ...785...93K)

  114. VERY LOW-DENSITY PLANETS AROUND KEPLER-51 REVEALED WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS AND AN ANOMALY SIMILAR TO A PLANET-PLANET ECLIPSE EVENT
    Masuda, Kento
    2014, ApJ, 783, 53 (2014ApJ...783...53M)

  115. HABITABLE ZONE DEPENDENCE ON STELLAR PARAMETER UNCERTAINTIES
    Kane, Stephen R.
    2014, ApJ, in press (2014arXiv1401.3349K)

  116. NO UNIVERSAL MINIMUM-MASS EXTRASOLAR NEBULA: EVIDENCE AGAINST IN-SITU ACCRETION OF SYSTEMS OF HOT SUPER-EARTHS
    Raymond, Sean N., Cossou, Christophe
    2014, MNRAS, 440, L11 (2014MNRAS.440L..11R)

  117. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES XI. KEPLER-412 SYSTEM: PROBING THE PROPERTIES OF A NEW INFLATED HOT JUPITER
    Deleuil, M., Almenara, J.-M., Santerne, A., Barros, S. C. C., Havel, M., Hebrard, G., Bonomo, A. S., Bouchy, F., Bruno, G., Damiani, C., Diaz, R. F., Montagnier, G., Moutou, C.
    2014, A&A, 564, 56 (2014A&A...564A..56D)

  118. KEPLER-413B: A SLIGHTLY MISALIGNED, NEPTUNE-SIZE TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Kostov, Veselin B., McCullough, Peter R., Carter, Joshua A., Deleuil, Magali, Diaz, Rodrigo F., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Hebrard, Guillaume, Hinse, Tobias C., Mazeh, Tsevi, Orosz, Jerome A., Tsvetanov, Zlatan I., Welsh, William F.
    2014, ApJ, 784, 14 (2014ApJ...784...14K)

  119. MODELLING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: THE CASE OF KEPLER-38
    Kley, Wilhelm, Haghighipour, Nader
    2014, A&A, in press (2014arXiv1401.7648K)

  120. ANALYSIS OF SELECTED KEPLER MISSION PLANETARY LIGHT CURVES
    Rhodes, M. D., Budding, E.
    2014, Astrophysics and Space Science, 351, 451 (2014Ap&SS.351..451R)

  121. ORBITAL DYNAMICS OF MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS WITH ECCENTRICITY DIVERSITY
    Kane, Stephen R., Raymond, Sean N.
    2014, ApJ, 784, 104 (2014ApJ...784..104K)

  122. CALCULATING THE HABITABLE ZONES OF MULTIPLE STAR SYSTEMS WITH A NEW INTERACTIVE WEB SITE
    Muller, Tobias W. A., Haghighipour, Nader
    2014, ApJ, 782, 26 (2014ApJ...782...26M)

  123. ANALYSIS OF SELECTED KEPLER MISSION PLANETARY LIGHT CURVES
    Rhodes, M. D., Budding, E.
    2014, A&SS, in press (2014arXiv1401.7868R)

  124. FORMING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: N-BODY SIMULATIONS OF KEPLER-34
    Lines, S., Leinhardt, Z. M., Paardekooper, S., Baruteau, C., Thebault, P.
    2014, ApJ, 782, L11 (2014ApJ...782L..11L)

  125. MASSES, RADII, AND ORBITS OF SMALL KEPLER PLANETS: THE TRANSITION FROM GASEOUS TO ROCKY PLANETS
    Marcy, Geoffrey W., Isaacson, Howard, Howard, Andrew W., Rowe, Jason F., Jenkins, Jon M., Bryson, Stephen T., Latham, David W., Howell, Steve B., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Batalha, Natalie M., Rogers, Leslie, Ciardi, David, Fischer, Debra A., Gilliland, Ronald L., Kjeldsen, Hans, Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jørgen, Huber, Daniel, Chaplin, William J., Basu, Sarbani, Buchhave, Lars A., Quinn, Samuel N., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Hunter, Roger, Caldwell, Douglas A., Van Cleve, Jeffrey, Kolbl, Rea, Weiss, Lauren M., Petigura, Erik, Seager, Sara, Morton, Timothy, Johnson, John Asher, Ballard, Sarah, Burke, Chris, Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, MacQueen, Phillip, Everett, Mark E., Lissauer, Jack J., Ford, Eric B., Torres, Guillermo, Fressin, Francois, Brown, Timothy M., Steffen, Jason H., Charbonneau, David, Basri, Gibor S., Sasselov, Dimitar D., Winn, Joshua, Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Christiansen, Jessie, Adams, Elisabeth, Henze, Christopher, Dupree, Andrea, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Fortney, Jonathan J., Tarter, Jill, Holman, Matthew J., Tenenbaum, Peter, Shporer, Avi, Lucas, Philip W., Welsh, William F., Orosz, Jerome A., Bedding, T. R., Campante, T. L., Davies, G. R., Elsworth, Y., Handberg, R., Hekker, S., Karoff, C., Kawaler, S. D., Lund, M. N., Lundkvist, M., Metcalfe, T. S., Miglio, A., Silva Aguirre, V., Stello, D., White, T. R., Boss, Alan, Devore, Edna, Gould, Alan, Prsa, Andrej, Agol, Eric, Barclay, Thomas, Coughlin, Jeff, Brugamyer, Erik, Mullally, Fergal, Quintana, Elisa V., Still, Martin, Thompson, Susan E., Morrison, David, Twicken, Joseph D., Desert, Jean-Michel, Carter, Josh, Crepp, Justin R., Hebrard, Guillaume, Santerne, Alexandre, Moutou, Claire, Sobeck, Charlie, Hudgins, Douglas, Haas, Michael R., Robertson, Paul, Lillo-Box, Jorge, Barrado, David
    2014, ApJS, 210, 20 (2014ApJS..210...20M)

  126. INVESTIGATION OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST STELLAR PARAMETERS FROM OBSERVED TRANSIT DURATIONS
    Plavchan, Peter, Bilinski, Christopher, Currie, Thayne
    2014, PASP, 126, 34 (2014PASP..126...34P)

  127. PLANETANS—OCEANIC PLANETS
    Ksanfomality, L. V.
    2014, Solar System Research, 48, 79 (2014SoSyR..48...79K)

  128. OVERSTABLE LIBRATIONS CAN ACCOUNT FOR THE PAUCITY OF MEAN MOTION RESONANCES AMONG EXOPLANET PAIRS
    Goldreich, Peter, Schlichting, Hilke E.
    2014, AJ, 147, 32 (2014AJ....147...32G)

  129. CHARACTERIZING DISTANT WORLDS WITH ASTERODENSITY PROFILING
    Kipping, David M.
    2014, MNRAS, submitted (2013arXiv1311.1170K)

  130. ACCURATE PARAMETERS OF THE OLDEST KNOWN ROCKY-EXOPLANET HOSTING SYSTEM: KEPLER-10 REVISITED
    Fogtmann-Schulz, Alexandra, Hinrup, Brian, Van Eylen, Vincent, Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jorgen, Kjeldsen, Hans, Silva Aguirre, Víctor, Tingley, Brandon
    2014, ApJ, 781, 67 (2014ApJ...781...67F)

  131. PREVALENCE OF EARTH-SIZE PLANETS ORBITING SUN-LIKE STARS
    Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W.
    2014, PNAS, in press (2013arXiv1311.6806P)

  132. REMOTE LIFE DETECTION CRITERIA, HABITABLE ZONE BOUNDARIES, AND THE FREQUENCY OF EARTHLIKE PLANETS AROUND M AND LATE-K STARS
    Kasting, James F., Kopparapu, Ravi, Ramirez, Ramses M., Harman, Chester
    2014, PNAS, in press (2013arXiv1312.1328K)

  133. KOI-2700B - A PLANET CANDIDATE WITH DUSTY EFFLUENTS ON A 22-HOUR ORBIT
    Rappaport, S., Barclay, T., DeVore, J., Rowe., J., Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Still, M.
    2014, ApJ, 784, 40 (2014ApJ...784...40R)

  134. AN INDEPENDENT PLANET SEARCH IN THE KEPLER DATASET. II. AN EXTREMELY LOW-DENSITY SUPER-EARTH MASS PLANET AROUND KEPLER-87
    Ofir, Aviv, Dreizler, Stefan, Zechmeister, Mathias, Husser, Tim-Oliver
    2014, A&A, 561, 103 (2014A&A...561A.103O)

  135. A METHOD TO IDENTIFY THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN ROCKY AND GASEOUS EXOPLANETS FROM TIDAL THEORY AND TRANSIT DURATIONS
    Barnes, Rory
    2014, International Journal of Astrobiology, in press (2013arXiv1312.3327B)

  136. KEPLER-91B: A PLANET AT THE END OF ITS LIFE. PLANET AND GIANT HOST STAR PROPERTIES VIA LIGHT-CURVE VARIATIONS
    Lillo-Box, J., Barrado, D., Moya, A., Montesinos, B., Montalban, J., Bayo, A., Barbieri, M., Regulo, C., Mancini, L., Bouy, H., Henning, T.
    2014, A&A, submitted (2013arXiv1312.3943L)

  137. STELLAR WIND INTERACTION AND PICK-UP ION ESCAPE OF THE KEPLER-11 "SUPER-EARTHS"
    Kislyakova, K. G., Johnstone, C. P., Odert, P., Erkaev, N. V., Lammer, H., Utinger, T. L, Holmstrom, M., Khodachenko, M. L., del, M. G.
    2014, A&A, in press (2013arXiv1312.4721K)

  138. WHAT ASTEROSEISMOLOGY CAN DO FOR EXOPLANETS: KEPLER-410A B IS A SMALL NEPTUNE AROUND A BRIGHT STAR, IN AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT CONSISTENT WITH LOW OBLIQUITY
    Van Eylen, Vincent, Lund, Mikkel N., Silva Aguirre, Victor, Arentoft, Torben, Kjeldsen, Hans, Albrecht, Simon, Chaplin, William J., Isaacson, Howard, Pedersen, May G., Jessen-Hansen, Jens, Tingley, Brandon W., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Joergen, Aerts, Conny, Campante, Tiago L., Bryson, Stephen T.
    2014, ApJ, 782, 14 (2014ApJ...782...14V)

  139. ROBOTIC LASER-ADAPTIVE-OPTICS IMAGING OF 715 KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATES USING ROBO-AO
    Law, Nicholas M., Morton, Tim, Baranec, Christoph, Riddle, Reed, Ravichandran, Ganesh, Ziegler, Carl, Johnson, John Asher, Tendulkar, Shriharsh P., Bui, Khanh, Burse, Mahesh P., Das, H. K., Dekany, Richard G., Kulkarni, Shrinivas, Punnadi, Sujit, Ramaprakash, A. N.
    2014, ApJ, 791, 35 (2014ApJ...791...35L)

  140. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER IV: PLANET SAMPLE FROM Q1-Q8 (22 MONTHS)
    Burke, Christopher J., Bryson, Stephen T., Mullally, F., Rowe, Jason F., Christiansen, Jessie L., Thompson, Susan E., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Haas, Michael R., Batalha, Natalie M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Jenkins, Jon M., Still, Martin, Barclay, Thomas, Borucki, William J., Chaplin, William J., Ciardi, David R., Clarke, Bruce D., Cochran, William D., Demory, Brice-Olivier, Esquerdo, Gilbert A., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Gilliland, Ronald L., Girouard, Forrest R., Havel, Mathieu, Henze, Christopher E., Howell, Steve B., Huber, Daniel, Latham, David W., Li, Jie, Morehead, Robert C., Morton, Timothy D., Pepper, Joshua, Quintana, Elisa, Ragozzine, Darin, Seader, Shawn E., Shah, Yash, Shporer, Avi, Tenenbaum, Peter, Twicken, Joseph D., Wolfgang, Angie
    2014, ApJS, 210, 19 (2014ApJS..210...19B)

  141. STABILITY BOUNDARIES FOR RESONANT MIGRATING PLANET PAIRS
    Bodman, Eva H. L., Quillen, Alice C.
    2014, MNRAS, 440, 1753 (2014MNRAS.440.1753B)

  142. ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF 15 QUARTERS OF KEPLER DATA OF THE DISINTEGRATING PLANET KIC 12557548 B
    van Werkhoven, T. I. M., Brogi, M., Snellen, I. A. G., Keller, C. U.
    2014, A&A, 561, 3 (2014A&A...561A...3V)

  143. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. X. KOI-142 C: FIRST RADIAL VELOCITY CONFIRMATION OF A NON-TRANSITING EXOPLANET DISCOVERED BY TRANSIT TIMING
    Barros, S. C. C., Diaz, R. F., Santerne, A., Bruno, G., Deleuil, M., Almenara, J.-M., Bonomo, A. S., Bouchy, F., Damiani, C., Hebrard, G., Montagnier, G., Moutou, C.
    2014, A&A, 561, L1 (2014A&A...561L...1B)

  144. INSIDE-OUT PLANET FORMATION
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Tan, Jonathan C.
    2014, ApJ, 780, 53 (2014ApJ...780...53C)

  145. ESTIMATING STELLAR RADIAL VELOCITY VARIABILITY FROM KEPLER AND GALEX: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RADIAL VELOCITY CONFIRMATION OF EXOPLANETS
    Cegla, H. M., Stassun, K. G., Watson, C. A., Bastien, F. A., Pepper, J.
    2014, MNRAS, 780, 104 (2014ApJ...780..104C)

  146. MAPPING A STAR WITH TRANSITS: ORBIT PRECESSION EFFECTS IN THE KEPLER-13 SYSTEM
    Szabo, Gy. M., Simon, A. E., Kiss, L. L.
    2014, MNRAS, 437, 1045 (2014MNRAS.437.1045S)

  147. ASSESSING CIRCUMBINARY HABITABLE ZONES USING LATITUDINAL ENERGY BALANCE MODELLING
    Forgan, Duncan
    2014, MNRAS, 437, 1352 (2014MNRAS.437.1352F)

  148. ANALYTICAL THEORIES FOR NEAR COPLANAR AND POLAR CIRCUMBINARY ORBITS
    Li, Daohai, Zhou, Ji-Lin, Zhang, Hui
    2014, MNRAS, 437, 3823 (2014MNRAS.437.3832L)

  149. PLANET PACKING IN CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS
    Kratter, Kaitlin M., Shannon, Andrew
    2014, MNRAS, 437, 3727 (2014MNRAS.437.3727K)

  150. TRAWLING FOR TRANSITS IN A SEA OF NOISE: A SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS BY ANALYSIS OF WASP OPTICAL LIGHT CURVES AND FOLLOW-UP (SEAWOLF)
    Gaidos, E., Anderson, D. R., Lepine, S., Colon, K. D., Maravelias, G., Narita, N., Chang, E., Beyer, J., Fukui, A., Armstrong, J. D., Zezas, A., Fulton, B. J., Mann, A. W., West, R. G., Faedi, F.
    2014, MNRAS, 437, 3133 (2014MNRAS.437.3133G)

  151. TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION OF NEAR-RESONANCE PLANETARY PAIRS. II. CONFIRMATION OF 30 PLANETS IN 15 MULTIPLE PLANET SYSTEMS
    Xie, Ji-Wei
    2014, ApJS, 210, 25 (2014ApJS..210...25X)

  152. THE PLANETARY SYSTEM TO KIC 11442793: A COMPACT ANALOGUE TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    Cabrera, J., Csizmadia, Sz., Lehmann, H., Dvorak, R., Gandolfi, D., Rauer, H., Erikson, A., Dreyer, C., Eigmueller, Ph., Hatzes, A.
    2014, ApJ, 781, 18 (2014ApJ...781...18C)

  153. OPTIMIZING THE SEARCH FOR TRANSITING PLANETS IN LONG TIME SERIES
    Ofir, Aviv
    2014, A&A, 561, 1380 (2014A&A...561A.138O)


2013

  1. HIGH-PRECISION STELLAR LIMB-DARKENING MEASUREMENTS. A TRANSIT STUDY OF 38 KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES
    Muller, H. M., Huber, K. F., Czesla, S., Wolter, U., Schmitt, J. H. M. M.
    2013, MNRAS, in press (2013A&A...560A.112M)

  2. BELOW ONE EARTH: THE DETECTION, FORMATION, AND PROPERTIES OF SUBTERRESTRIAL WORLDS
    Sinukoff, E., Fulton, B., Scuderi, L., Gaidos, E.
    2013, Sp. Sci. Rev., 561, 3 (2013SSRv..180...71S)

  3. DENSITY AND ECCENTRICITY OF KEPLER PLANETS
    Wu, Yanqin, Lithwick, Yoram
    2013, ApJ, 772, 74 (2013ApJ...772...74W)

  4. TERRESTRIAL PLANETS IN HIGH-MASS DISKS WITHOUT GAS GIANTS
    de Elia, G. C., Guilera, O. M., Brunini, A.
    2013, A&A, 557, 42 (2013A&A...557A..42D)

  5. LIGHT-CURVE ANALYSIS OF KIC 12557548B: AN EXTRASOLAR PLANET WITH A COMET-LIKE TAIL
    Budaj, J.
    2013, A&A, 557, 72 (2013A&A...557A..72B)

  6. KEPLER-77B: A VERY LOW ALBEDO, SATURN-MASS TRANSITING PLANET AROUND A METAL-RICH SOLAR-LIKE STAR
    Gandolfi, D., Parviainen, H., Fridlund, M., Hatzes, A. P., Deeg, H. J., Frasca, A., Lanza, A. F., Prada Moroni, P. G., Tognelli, E., McQuillan, A., Aigrain, S., Alonso, R., Antoci, V., Cabrera, J., Carone, L., Csizmadia, Sz., Djupvik, A. A., Guenther, E. W., Jessen-Hansen, J., Ofir, A., Telting, J.
    2013, A&A, 557, 74 (2013A&A...557A..74G)

  7. ERRATUM: "ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST"
    Adams, E. R., Ciardi, D. R., Dupree, A. K., Gautier, T. N., III, Kulesa, C., McCarthy, D.
    2013, AJ, 146, 71 (2013AJ....146...71A)

  8. A DISCOVERY OF A CANDIDATE COMPANION TO A TRANSITING SYSTEM KOI-94: A DIRECT IMAGING STUDY FOR A POSSIBILITY OF A FALSE POSITIVE
    Takahashi, Yasuhiro H., Narita, Norio, Hirano, Teruyuki, Kuzuhara, Masayuki, Tamura, Motohide, Kudo, Tomoyuki, Kusakabe, Nobuhiko, Hashimoto, Jun, Sato, Bun'ei, Abe, Lyu, Brandner, Wolfgang, Brandt, Timothy D., Carson, Joseph C., Currie, Thayne, Egner, Sebastian, Feldt, Markus, Goto, Miwa, Grady, Carol A., Guyon, Olivier, Hayano, Yutaka, Hayashi, Masahiko, Hayashi, Saeko S., Henning, Thomas, Hodapp, Klaus W., Ishii, Miki, Iye, Masanori, Janson, Markus, Kandori, Ryo, Knapp, Gillian R., Kwon, Jungmi, Matsuo, Taro, McElwain, Michael W., Miyama, Shoken, Morino, Jun-Ichi, Moro-Martin, Amaya, Nishimura, Tetsuo, Pyo, Tae-Soo, Serabyn, Eugene, Suenaga, Takuya, Suto, Hiroshi, Suzuki, Ryuji, Takami, Michihiro, Takato, Naruhisa, Terada, Hiroshi, Thalmann, Christian, Tomono, Daigo, Turner, Edwin L., Watanabe, Makoto, Wisniewski, John, Yamada, Toru, Takami, Hideki, Usuda, Tomonori
    2013, ApJ, submitted (2013arXiv1309.2559T)

  9. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. I. AN INSIGHT FROM KEPLER MULTIPLE PLANET CANDIDATE SYSTEMS
    Wang, Ji, Xie, Ji-Wei, Barclay, Thomas, Fischer, Debra
    2013, ApJ, 783, 4 (2014ApJ...783....4W)

  10. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. IX. KOI-415 B: A LONG-PERIOD, ECCENTRIC TRANSITING BROWN DWARF TO AN EVOLVED SUN
    Moutou, C., Bonomo, A. S., Bruno, G., Montagnier, G., Bouchy, F., Almenara, J. M., Barros, S. C. C., Deleuil, M., Diaz, R. F., Hebrard, G., Santerne, A.
    2013, A&A, 558, 6 (2013A&A...558L...6M)

  11. WATER-PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONE: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY, OBSERVABLE FEATURES, AND THE CASE OF KEPLER-62E AND -62F
    Kaltenegger, L., Sasselov, D., Rugheimer, S.
    2013, ApJ, 775, 47 (2013ApJ...775L..47K)

  12. INFERENCE OF INHOMOGENEOUS CLOUDS IN AN EXOPLANET ATMOSPHERE
    Demory, Brice-Olivier, de Wit, Julien, Lewis, Nikole, Fortney, Jonathan, Zsom, Andras, Seager, Sara, Knutson, Heather, Heng, Kevin, Madhusudhan, Nikku, Gillon, Michael, Barclay, Thomas, Desert, Jean-Michel, Parmentier, Vivien, Cowan, Nicolas B.
    2013, A&A, 776, L25 (2013ApJ...776L..25D)

  13. KOI-152'S LOW DENSITY PLANETS
    Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Lissauer, Jack J., Rowe, Jason F., Fabrycky, Daniel C.
    2013, ApJ, 785, 15 (2014ApJ...785...15J)

  14. STELLAR SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT IN A MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Huber, Daniel, Carter, Joshua A., Barbieri, Mauro, Miglio, Andrea, Deck, Katherine M., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Montet, Benjamin T., Buchhave, Lars A., Chaplin, William J., Hekker, Saskia, Montalbán, Josefina, Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Basu, Sarbani, Bedding, Timothy R., Campante, Tiago L., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Joergen, Elsworth, Yvonne P., Stello, Dennis, Arentoft, Torben, Ford, Eric B., Gilliland, Ronald L., Handberg, Rasmus, Howard, Andrew W., Isaacson, Howard, Johnson, John Asher, Karoff, Christoffer, Kawaler, Steven D., Kjeldsen, Hans, Latham, David W., Lund, Mikkel N., Lundkvist, Mia, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Metcalfe, Travis S., Silva Aguirre, Victor, Winn, Joshua N.
    2013, Science, 342, 331 (2013Sci...342..331H)

  15. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE KOI-94 SYSTEM WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION ANALYSIS: IMPLICATION FOR THE PLANET-PLANET ECLIPSE
    Masuda, Kento, Hirano, Teruyuki, Taruya, Atsushi, Nagasawa, Makiko, Suto, Yasushi
    2013, ApJ, 778, 185 (2013ApJ...778..185M)

  16. PLANET HUNTERS VI: THE FIRST KEPLER SEVEN PLANET CANDIDATE SYSTEM AND 13 OTHER PLANET CANDIDATES FROM THE KEPLER ARCHIVAL DATA
    Schmitt, Joseph R., Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Jek, Kian J., Moriarty, John C., Boyajian, Tabetha S., Schwamb, Megan E., Lintott, Chris, Smith, Arfon M., Parrish, Michael, Schawinski, Kevin, Lynn, Stuart, Simpson, Robert, Omohundro, Mark, Winarski, Troy, Goodman, Samuel J., Jebson, Tony, Lacourse, Daryll
    2013, AJ, submitted (2013arXiv1310.5912S)

  17. EXONEST: BAYESIAN MODEL SELECTION APPLIED TO THE DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETS VIA PHOTOMETRIC VARIATIONS
    Placek, Ben, Knuth, Kevin H., Angerhausen, Daniel
    2013, ApJ, submitted (2013arXiv1310.6764P)

  18. THE METAL-RICH STARS GET RICHER IN PLANETS FOR ALL BUT PLANETS WITH RP ≤ 2 RE
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A.
    2013, ApJ, submitted (2013arXiv1310.7830W)

  19. AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET WITH AN EARTH-LIKE DENSITY
    Pepe, Francesco, Collier Cameron, Andrew, Latham, David W., Molinari, Emilio, Udry, Stéphane, Bonomo, Aldo S., Buchhave, Lars A., Charbonneau, David, Cosentino, Rosario, Dressing, Courtney D., Dumusque, Xavier, Figueira, Pedro, Fiorenzano, Aldo F. M., Gettel, Sara, Harutyunyan, Avet, Haywood, Raphaelle D., Horne, Keith, Lopez-Morales, Mercedes, Lovis, Christophe, Malavolta, Luca, Mayor, Michel, Micela, Giusi, Motalebi, Fatemeh, Nascimbeni, Valerio, Phillips, David, Piotto, Giampaolo, Pollacco, Don, Queloz, Didier, Rice, Ken, Sasselov, Dimitar, Segransan, Damien, Sozzetti, Alessandro, Szentgyorgyi, Andrew, Watson, Christopher A.
    2013, Nature, 503, 377 (2013Natur.503..377P)

  20. A ROCKY COMPOSITION FOR AN EARTH-SIZED EXOPLANET
    Howard, Andrew W., Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Johnson, John Asher, Winn, Joshua N., Isaacson, Howard, Fischer, Debra A., Fulton, Benjamin J., Sinukoff, Evan, Fortney, Jonathan J.
    2013, Nature, 503, 381 (2013Natur.503..381H)

  21. SPECTRO-THERMOMETRY OF M DWARFS AND THEIR CANDIDATE PLANETS: TOO HOT, TOO COOL, OR JUST RIGHT?
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Ansdell, Megan
    2013, ApJ, 779, 188 (2013ApJ...779..188M)

  22. SOLAR SYSTEM MOONS AS ANALOGS FOR COMPACT EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Kane, Stephen R., Hinkel, Natalie R., Raymond, Sean N.
    2013, AJ, 146, 122 (2013AJ....146..122K)

  23. UNDERSTANDING TRENDS ASSOCIATED WITH CLOUDS IN IRRADIATED EXOPLANETS
    Heng, Kevin, Demory, Brice-Olivier
    2013, ApJS, 777, 100 (2013ApJ...777..100H)

  24. RUNAWAY GREENHOUSE EFFECT ON EXOMOONS DUE TO IRRADIATION FROM HOT, YOUNG GIANT PLANETS
    Heller, Rene, Barnes, Rory
    2013, IJA, in press (2013arXiv1311.0292H)

  25. CHARACTERIZING DISTANT WORLDS WITH ASTERODENSITY PROFILING
    Kipping, David M.
    2013, MNRAS, submitted (2013arXiv1311.1170K)

  26. CONSTRAINTS ON PLANET OCCURRENCE AROUND NEARBY MID-TO-LATE M DWARFS FROM THE MEARTH PROJECT
    Berta, Zachory K., Irwin, Jonathan, Charbonneau, David
    2013, ApJ, 775, 91 (2013ApJ...775...91B)

  27. IMPACT OF PHOTOEVAPORATIVE MASS LOSS ON MASSES AND RADII OF WATER-RICH SUB/SUPER-EARTHS
    Kurosaki, Kenji, Ikoma, Masahiro, Hori, Yasunori
    2013, A&A, submitted (2013arXiv1307.3034K)

  28. THE NASA EXOPLANET ARCHIVE: DATA AND TOOLS FOR EXOPLANET RESEARCH
    Akeson, R. L., Chen, X., Ciardi, D., Crane, M., Good, J., Harbut, M., Jackson, E., Kane, S. R., Laity, A. C., Leifer, S., Lynn, M., McElroy, D. L., Papin, M., Plavchan, P., Ramirez, S. V., Rey, R., von Braun, K., Wittman, M., Abajian, M., Ali, B., Beichman, C., Beekley, A., Berriman, G. B., Berukoff, S., Bryden, G., Chan, B., Groom, S., Lau, C., Payne, A. N., Regelson, M., Saucedo, M., Schmitz, M., Stauffer, J., Wyatt, P., Zhang, A.
    2013, PASP, 125, 989 (2013PASP..125..989A)

  29. ROTATIONAL SYNCHRONIZATION MAY ENHANCE HABITABILITY FOR CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: KEPLER BINARY CASE STUDIES
    Mason, Paul A., Zuluaga, Jorge I., Clark, Joni, Cuartas, Pablo A.
    2013, ApJ, 774, L26 (2013ApJ...774L..26M)

  30. ARE THE KEPLER NEAR-RESONANCE PLANET PAIRS DUE TO TIDAL DISSIPATION?
    Hoi Lee, Man, Fabrycky, D., Lin, D. N. C.
    2013, ApJ, 774, 52 (2013ApJ...774...52L)

  31. DETECTION OF EARTH-MASS AND SUPER-EARTH TROJAN PLANETS USING TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION METHOD
    Haghighipour, Nader, Capen, Stephanie, Hinse, Tobias C.
    2013, CeMDA, 117, 75 (2013CeMDA.117...75H)

  32. INVESTIGATION OF SYSTEMATIC EFFECTS IN KEPLER DATA: SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN THE LIGHT CURVE OF HAT-P-7b
    Van Eylen, V., Lindholm Nielsen, M., Hinrup, B., Tingley, B., Kjeldsen, H.
    2013, ApJ, 774, L19 (2013ApJ...774L..19V)

  33. THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD XXIX: THE HABITABLE REAL ESTATE OF OUR NEAREST STELLAR NEIGHBORS
    Cantrell, Justin R., Henry, Todd J., White, Russel J.
    2013, AJ, 146, 99 (2013AJ....146...99C)

  34. A SYSTEMATIC SEARCH FOR TROJAN PLANETS IN THE KEPLER DATA
    Janson, Markus
    2013, ApJ, 774, 156 (2013ApJ...774..156J)

  35. KEPLER-63B: A GIANT PLANET IN A POLAR ORBIT AROUND A YOUNG SUN-LIKE STAR
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Winn, Joshua N., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Howard, Andrew W., Isaacson, Howard, Johnson, John Asher, Torres, Guillermo, Albrecht, Simon, Campante, Tiago L., Chaplin, William J., Davies, Guy R., Lund, Mikkel L., Carter, Joshua A., Dawson, Rebekah I., Buchhave, Lars A., Everett, Mark E., Fischer, Debra A., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Horch, Elliott P., Howell, Steve B., Latham, David W.
    2013, ApJ, 775, 54 (2013ApJ...775...54S)

  36. UP TO FOUR PLANETS AROUND THE M DWARF GJ 163. SENSITIVITY OF BAYESIAN PLANET DETECTION CRITERIA TO PRIOR CHOICE
    Tuomi, M., Anglada-Escude, G.
    2013, A&A, 556, 111 (2013A&A...556A.111T)

  37. THE CURIOUSLY CIRCULAR ORBIT OF KEPLER-16B
    Dunhill, Alex, Alexander, Richard
    2013, MNRAS, 435, 2328 (2013MNRAS.435.2328D)

  38. EIGHT PLANETS IN 4 MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS VIA TTVS IN 1350 DAYS
    Ming, Yang, Hui-Gen, Liu, Hui, Zhang, Ji-Lin, Zhou
    2013, ApJ, 778, 110 (2013ApJ...778..110M)

  39. A SURVEY FOR VERY SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS IN THE KEPLER DATA
    Jackson, Brian, Stark, Christopher C., Adams, Elisabeth R., Chambers, John, Deming, Drake
    2013, ApJ, 779, 165 (2013ApJ...779..165J)

  40. THE STARSPOTS - TRANSIT DEPTH RELATION OF THE EVAPORATING PLANET CANDIDATE KIC 12557548B
    Kawahara, Hajime, Hirano, Teruyuki, Kurosaki, Kenji, Ito, Yuichi, Ikoma, Masahiro
    2013, ApJ, 776, 6 (2013ApJ...776L...6K)

  41. STELLAR ROTATION PERIODS OF THE KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST: A DEARTH OF CLOSE-IN PLANETS AROUND FAST ROTATORS
    McQuillan, Amy, Mazeh, Tsevi, Aigrain, Suzanne
    2013, ApJ, 775, L11 (2013ApJ...775L..11M)

  42. THE OUTER LIMIT OF THE LIFE SUPPORTING ZONE OF EXOPLANETS HAVING CO2-RICH ATMOSPHERES: VIRTUAL EXOPLANETS AND KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES
    Neubauer, David, Leitner, Johannes J., Firneis, Maria Gertrude, Hitzenberger, Regina
    2013, P&SS, 84, 163 (2013P&SS...84..163N)

  43. BULK COMPOSITION OF GJ 1214B AND OTHER SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANETS
    Valencia, Diana, Guillot, Tristan, Parmentier, Vivien, Freedman, Richard S.
    2013, ApJ, 775, 10 (2013ApJ...775...10V)

  44. KEPLER-LIKE MULTI-PLEXING FOR MASS PRODUCTION OF MICROLENS PARALLAXES
    Gould, Andrew, Horne, Keith
    2013, ApJ, 779, L28 (2013ApJ...779L..28G)

  45. CALCULATING THE HABITABLE ZONE OF BINARY STAR SYSTEMS II: P-TYPE BINARIES
    Haghighipour, N., Kaltenegger, L.
    2013, ApJ, 777, 166 (2013ApJ...777..166H)

  46. A SIMPLE, QUANTITATIVE METHOD TO INFER THE MINIMUM ATMOSPHERIC HEIGHT OF SMALL EXOPLANETS
    Kipping, David M., Spiegel, David S., Sasselov, Dimitar D.
    2013, MNRAS, 434, 1883 (2013MNRAS.434.1883K)

  47. A LINEAR DISTRIBUTION OF ORBITS IN COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS?
    Migaszewski, Cezary, Gozdziewski, Krzysztof, Slonina, Mariusz
    2013, MNRAS, 436, 25L (2013MNRAS.436L..25M)

  48. A LACK OF SHORT-PERIOD MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS WITH CLOSE-PROXIMITY PAIRS AND THE CURIOUS CASE OF KEPLER 42
    Steffen, Jason H., Farr, Will
    2013, ApJ, 774, L12 (2013ApJ...774L..12S)

  49. AN INDEPENDENT PLANET SEARCH IN THE KEPLER DATASET. I. A HUNDRED NEW CANDIDATES AND REVISED KOIs
    Ofir, Aviv, Dreizler, Stefan
    2013, A&A, 555, 580 (2013A&A...555A..58O)

  50. SPECTROSCOPY OF FAINT KEPLER MISSION EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS
    Everett, Mark E., Howell, Steve B., Silva, David R., Szkody, Paula
    2013, ApJ, 771, 107 (2013ApJ...771..107E)

  51. MIGRATION AND GAS ACCRETION SCENARIOS FOR THE KEPLER 16, 34 AND 35 CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Pierens, Arnaud, Nelson, Richard P.
    2013, A&A, 556, 134 (2013A&A...556A.134P)

  52. PLACING LIMITS ON THE TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS OF CIRCUMBINARY EXOPLANETS
    Armstrong, D., Martin, D. V., Brown, G., Faedi, F., Gómez Maqueo Chew, Y., Mardling, R., Pollacco, D. Triaud, A. H. M. J., Udry, S.
    2013, MNRAS, 434, 3047 (2013MNRAS.434.3047A)

  53. MODULES FOR EXPERIMENTS IN STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS (MESA): GIANT PLANETS, OSCILLATIONS, ROTATION, AND MASSIVE STARS
    Paxton, Bill, Cantiello, Matteo, Arras, Phil, Bildsten, Lars, Brown, Edward F., Dotter, Aaron, Mankovich, Christopher, Montgomery, M. H., Stello, Dennis, Timmes, F. X., Townsend, Richard
    2013, A&A, 208, 4 (2013ApJS..208....4P)

  54. THE CONTRIBUTION OF SECONDARY ECLIPSES AS ASTROPHYSICAL FALSE POSITIVES TO EXOPLANET TRANSIT SURVEYS
    Santerne, A., Fressin, F., Diaz, R. F., Figueira, P., Almenara, J.-M., Santos, N. C.
    2013, A&A, 557, 139 (2013A&A...557A.139S)

  55. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES II: 12 KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST AND 15 CONFIRMED TRANSITING PLANETS
    Adams, Elisabeth R., Dupree, Andrea K., Kulesa, Craig, McCarthy, Don
    2013, AJ, 146, 9 (2013AJ....146....9A)

  56. PLANETS NEAR MEAN-MOTION RESONANCES
    Petrovich, Cristobal, Malhotra, Renu, Tremaine, Scott
    2013, ApJ, 770, 24 (2013ApJ...770...24P)

  57. THE FORMATION OF SYSTEMS WITH TIGHTLY-PACKED INNER PLANETS (STIPS) VIA AERODYNAMIC DRIFT
    Boley, Aaron C., Ford, Eric B.
    2013, ApJ, submitted (2013arXiv1306.0566B)

  58. ATMOSPHERIC MASS LOSS AND EVOLUTION OF SHORT-PERIOD EXOPLANETS: THE EXAMPLES OF COROT-7B AND KEPLER-10B
    Kurokawa, Hiroyuki, Kaltenegger, Lisa
    2013, MNRAS, 433, 3239 (2013MNRAS.433.3239K)

  59. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK): III. THE FIRST SEARCH FOR AN EXOMOON AROUND A HABITABLE-ZONE PLANET
    Kipping, David M., Forgan, Duncan, Hartman, Joel, Nesvorny, David, Bakos, Gaspar A., Schmitt, Allan R., Buchhave, Lars A.
    2013, ApJ, 777, 134 (2013ApJ...777..134K)

  60. WHERE TO FIND HABITABLE "EARTHS" IN CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS
    Liu, Hui-Gen, Zhang, Hui, Zhou, Ji-Lin
    2013, ApJ, 767, L38 (2013ApJ...767L..38L)

  61. EXOPLANET PREDICTIONS BASED ON THE GENERALISED TITIUS-BODE RELATION
    Bovaird, Timothy, Lineweaver, Charles H.
    2013, MNRAS, 435, 1126 (2013MNRAS.435.1126B)

  62. KOI-142, THE KING OF TRANSIT VARIATIONS, IS A PAIR OF PLANETS NEAR THE 2:1 RESONANCE
    Nesvorny, David, Kipping, David, Terrell, Dirk, Hartman, Joel, Bakos, Gaspar A., Buchhave, Lars A.
    2013, ApJ, 777, 3 (2013ApJ...777....3N)

  63. THE FORMATION OF SYSTEMS WITH CLOSELY SPACED LOW-MASS PLANETS AND THE APPLICATION TO KEPLER-36
    Paardekooper, Sijme-Jan, Rein, Hanno, Kley, Willy
    2013, MNRAS, 434, 3018 (2013MNRAS.434.3018P)

  64. WATER PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONE: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY, OBSERVABLE FEATURES, AND THE CASE OF KEPLER-62e AND -62f
    Kaltenegger, L., Sasselov, D., Rugheimer, S.
    2013, ApJ, submitted (2013arXiv1304.5058K)

  65. KOI-200B AND KOI-889B: TWO TRANSITING EXOPLANETS DETECTED AND CHARACTERIZED WITH KEPLER, SOPHIE AND HARPS-N
    Hebrard, G., Almenara, J.-M., Santerne, A., Deleuil, M., Damiani, C., Bonomo, A. S., Bouchy, F., Bruno, G., Diaz, R. F., Montagnier, G., Moutou, C.
    2013, A&A, in press (2013arXiv1304.6002H)

  66. ORIGIN SCENARIOS FOR THE KEPLER 36 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Quillen, Alice C., Bodman, Eva, Moore, Alexander
    2013, MNRAS, 435, 2256 (2013MNRAS.435.2256Q)

  67. EXOPLANET CHARACTERIZATION BY PROXY: A TRANSITING 2.15 R_EARTH PLANET NEAR THE HABITABLE ZONE OF THE LATE K DWARF KEPLER-61
    Ballard, Sarah, Charbonneau, David, Fressin, Francois, Torres, Guillermo, Irwin, Jonathan, Desert, Jean-Michel, Newton, Elisabeth, Mann, Andrew W., Ciardi, David R., Crepp, Justin R., Henze, Christopher E., Bryson, Stephen T., Howell, Steven B., Horch, Elliott P., Everett, Mark E., Shporer, Avi
    2013, ApJ, 773, 98 (2013ApJ...773...98B)

  68. BEER ANALYSIS OF KEPLER AND COROT LIGHT CURVES: I. DISCOVERY OF KEPLER-76b: A HOT JUPITER WITH EVIDENCE FOR SUPERROTATION
    Faigler, Simchon, Tal-Or, Lev, Mazeh, Tsevi, Latham, Dave W., Buchhave, Lars A.
    2013, ApJ, 771, 26 (2013ApJ...771...26F)

  69. TESTING THE METAL OF LATE-TYPE KEPLER PLANET HOSTS WITH IRON-CLAD METHODS
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Kraus, Adam, Hilton, Eric J.
    2013, ApJ, 770, 43 (2013ApJ...770...43M)

  70. LIMITS ON ORBIT CROSSING PLANETESIMALS IN THE RESONANT MULTIPLE PLANET SYSTEM, KOI-730
    Moore, Alexander, Hasan, Imran, Quillen, Alice
    2013, MNRAS, 432, 1196 (2013MNRAS.432.1196M)

  71. KEPLER SNAGS SUPER-EARTH-SIZE PLANET SQUARELY IN A HABITABLE ZONE
    Kerr, Richard A.
    2013, Sci, 340, 262 (2013Sci...340..262K)

  72. A SUPER-EARTH-SIZED PLANET ORBITING IN OR NEAR THE HABITABLE ZONE AROUND A SUN-LIKE STAR
    Barclay, Thomas, Burke, Christopher J., Howell, Steve B., Rowe, Jason F., Huber, Daniel, Isaacson, Howard, Jenkins, Jon M., Kolbl, Rea, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Quintana, Elisa V., Still, Martin, Twicken, Joseph D., Bryson, Stephen T., Borucki, William J., Caldwell, Douglas A., Ciardi, David, Clarke, Bruce D., Christiansen, Jessie L., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Fischer, Debra A., Li, Jie, Haas, Michael R., Hunter, Roger, Lissauer, Jack J., Mullally, Fergal, Sabale, Anima, Seader, Shawn E., Smith, Jeffrey C., Tenenbaum, Peter, Kamal Uddin, A. K. M., Thompson, Susan E.
    2013, ApJ, 768, 101 (2013ApJ...768..101B)

  73. PLANET HUNTERS: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET IN A QUADRUPLE STAR SYSTEM
    Schwamb, Megan E., Orosz, Jerome A., Carter, Joshua A., Welsh, William F., Fischer, Debra A., Torres, Guillermo, Howard, Andrew W., Crepp, Justin R., Keel, William C., Lintott, Chris J., Kaib, Nathan A., Terrell, Dirk, Gagliano, Robert, Jek, Kian J., Parrish, Michael, Smith, Arfon M., Lynn, Stuart, Simpson, Robert J., Giguere, Matthew J., Schawinski, Kevin
    2013, ApJ, 768, 127 (2013ApJ...768..127S)

  74. ICE LINES IN CIRCUMBINARY PROTOPLANETARY DISKS
    Clanton, Christian
    2013, ApJ, 768, L15 (2013ApJ...768L..15C)

  75. PHOTOPHORETIC SEPARATION OF METALS AND SILICATES: THE FORMATION OF MERCURY-LIKE PLANETS AND METAL DEPLETION IN CHONDRITES
    Wurm, Gerhard, Trieloff, Mario, Rauer, Heike
    2013, ApJ, 769, 78 (2013ApJ...769...78W)

  76. MASS-RADIUS RELATIONSHIPS FOR VERY LOW MASS GASEOUS PLANETS
    Batygin, Konstantin, Stevenson, David J.
    2013, ApJ, 769, L9 (2013ApJ...769L...9B)

  77. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN THE FIRST 12 QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
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  78. THE ROLE OF CORE MASS IN CONTROLLING EVAPORATION: THE KEPLER RADIUS DISTRIBUTION AND THE KEPLER-36 DENSITY DICHOTOMY
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  79. A POTENTIAL SUPER-VENUS IN THE KEPLER-69 SYSTEM
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  80. AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE SHOULDER OF GIANTS: JOVIAN PLANETS AROUND LATE K DWARF STARS AND THE TREND WITH STELLAR MASS
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  81. OPTICAL PHASE CURVES OF KEPLER EXOPLANETS
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  82. THE EFFECT OF ROTATION AND TIDAL HEATING ON THE THERMAL LIGHTCURVES OF SUPER MERCURIES
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  85. THE DETECTABILITY OF HABITABLE EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER
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  86. KEPLER-62: A FIVE-PLANET SYSTEM WITH PLANETS OF 1.4 AND 1.6 EARTH RADII IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
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  87. PLANET HUNTERS: NEW KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES FROM ANALYSIS OF QUARTER 2
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  88. KEPLER-16b: SAFE IN A RESONANCE CELL
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  89. THE MASS OF KOI-94d AND A RELATION FOR PLANET RADIUS, MASS, AND INCIDENT FLUX
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  90. KEPLER PLANETS: A TALE OF EVAPORATION
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  91. INFLUENCE OF THE CIRCUMBINARY DISK GRAVITY ON PLANETESIMAL ACCUMULATION IN THE KEPLER 16 SYSTEM
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  92. FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF KEPLER PLANET-CANDIDATE HOST STARS USING ASTEROSEISMOLOGY
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  93. CONFIRMATION OF HOT JUPITER KEPLER-41B VIA PHASE CURVE ANALYSIS
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  94. A REVISED ESTIMATE OF THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONES AROUND KEPLER M-DWARFS
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  95. A PLATEAU IN THE PLANET POPULATION BELOW TWICE THE SIZE OF EARTH
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  96. GIANT PLANETS ORBITING METAL-RICH STARS SHOW SIGNATURES OF PLANET-PLANET INTERACTIONS
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  97. CHI-SQUARE DISCRIMINATORS FOR TRANSITING PLANET DETECTION IN KEPLER DATA
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  98. ARE PLANETARY SYSTEMS FILLED TO CAPACITY? A STUDY BASED ON KEPLER RESULTS
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  99. IDENTIFICATION OF BACKGROUND FALSE POSITIVES FROM KEPLER DATA
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  100. A SUB-MERCURY-SIZED EXOPLANET
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  103. ALL SIX PLANETS KNOWN TO ORBIT KEPLER-11 HAVE LOW DENSITIES
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  105. TIDAL EVOLUTION OF THE KEPLER-10 SYSTEM
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  106. PROBING THE BLOW-OFF CRITERIA OF HYDROGEN-RICH "SUPER-EARTHS"
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  107. KEPLER'S MISSING PLANETS
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  108. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. VIII CATALOG OF TRANSIT TIMING MEASUREMENTS OF THE FIRST TWELVE QUARTERS
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  109. SPITZER OBSERVATIONS OF GJ3470B: A VERY LOW-DENSITY NEPTUNE-SIZE PLANET ORBITING A METAL-RICH M DWARF
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  110. TESTING IN SITU ASSEMBLY WITH THE KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATE SAMPLE
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  111. STARSPOTS AND SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR KEPLER COOL HOST STARS
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  112. AN ANALYTIC THEORY FOR THE ORBITS OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
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  113. KEPLER'S OPTICAL SECONDARY ECLIPSE OF HAT-P-7B AND PROBABLE DETECTION OF PLANET-INDUCED STELLAR GRAVITY DARKENING
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  114. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER, III: ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST 16 MONTHS OF DATA
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  115. STELLAR MAGNETIC FIELDS AS A HEATING SOURCE FOR EXTRASOLAR GIANT PLANETS
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  116. THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF SMALL PLANETS AROUND SMALL STARS
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  117. CATASTROPHIC EVAPORATION OF ROCKY PLANETS
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  118. KEPLER-68: THREE PLANETS, ONE WITH A DENSITY BETWEEN THAT OF EARTH AND ICE GIANTS
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  119. ASTEROSEISMIC DETERMINATION OF OBLIQUITIES OF THE EXOPLANET SYSTEMS KEPLER-50 AND KEPLER-65
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  123. CANDIDATE PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONES OF KEPLER STARS
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  124. A SEARCH FOR EXOZODIACAL CLOUDS WITH KEPLER
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  127. XUV EXPOSED NON-HYDROSTATIC HYDROGEN-RICH UPPER ATMOSPHERES OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS. PART I: ATMOSPHERIC EXPANSION AND THERMAL ESCAPE
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  134. OBJECTS IN KEPLER'S MIRROR MAY BE LARGER THAN THEY APPEAR: BIAS AND SELECTION EFFECTS IN TRANSITING PLANET SURVEYS
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  139. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK): II. ANALYSIS OF SEVEN VIABLE SATELLITE-HOSTING PLANET CANDIDATES
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    2013, ApJ, 770, 101 (2013ApJ...770..101K)

  140. THE FALSE POSITIVE RATE OF KEPLER AND THE OCCURRENCE OF PLANETS
    Fressin, Francois, Torres, Guillermo, Charbonneau, David, Bryson, Stephen T., Christiansen, Jessie, Dressing, Courtney D., Jenkins, Jon M., Walkowicz, Lucianne M., Batalha, Natalie M.
    2013, ApJ, 766, 81 (2013ApJ...766...81F)

  141. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER: VII. CONFIRMATION OF 27 PLANETS IN 13 MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS VIA TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS AND ORBITAL STABILITY
    Steffen, Jason H., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Agol, Eric, Ford, Eric B., Morehead, Robert C., Cochran, William D., Lissauer, Jack J., Adams, Elisabeth R., Borucki, William J., Bryson, Steve, Caldwell, Douglas A., Dupree, Andrea, Jenkins, Jon M., Robertson, Paul, Rowe, Jason F., Seader, Shawn, Thompson, Susan, Twicken, Joseph D.
    2012, MNRAS, 428, 1077 (2013MNRAS.428.1077S)

  142. 150 NEW TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES FROM KEPLER Q1-Q6 DATA
    Huang, Xu, Bakos, Gaspar A., Hartman, Joel D.
    2013, MNRAS, 429, 2001 (2013MNRAS.429.2001H)

  143. ON THE HABITABLE ZONES OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Kane, Stephen R., Hinkel, Natalie R.
    2013, ApJ, 762, 7 (2013ApJ...762....7K)

  144. ASSEMBLY OF PROTOPLANETARY DISKS AND INCLINATIONS OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Foucart, Francois, Lai, Dongr
    2013, ApJ, 764, 106 (2013ApJ...764..106F)

  145. HABITABLE PLANETS AROUND WHITE AND BROWN DWARFS: THE PERILS OF A COOLING PRIMARY
    Barnes, Rory, Heller, Rene
    2013, Astrobiology, 13, 18 (2013AsBio..13...18H)

  146. ON THE RELATIVE SIZES OF PLANETS WITHIN KEPLER MULTIPLE CANDIDATE SYSTEMS
    Ciardi, David R., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., Gautier, T. N., III, Howell, Steve B., Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, Rowe, Jason F.
    2013, ApJ, 763, 41 (2013ApJ...763...41C)

  147. THE FORMATION OF PLANETS IN CIRCUMBINARY DISKS
    Pelupessy, F. I., Portegies Zwart, S.
    2013, MNRAS, 429, 895 (2013MNRAS.429..895P)

  148. MULTIPLE PLANETS OR EXOMOONS IN KEPLER HOT JUPITER SYSTEMS WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS?
    Szabo, R., Szabo, Gy. M., Dalya, G., Simon, A. E., Hodosan, G., Kiss, L. L.
    2013, A&A, 553, 17 (2013A&A...553A..17S)

  149. STARS DON'T EAT THEIR YOUNG MIGRATING PLANETS - EMPIRICAL CONSTRAINTS ON PLANET MIGRATION HALTING MECHANISMS
    Plavchan, Peter, Bilinski, Christopher
    2013, ApJ, 769, 86 (2013ApJ...769...86P)


2012

  1. PROPERTIES OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETS AND THEIR HOST STARS: A CASE STUDY OF HAT-P-7
    Van Eylen, V., Kjeldsen, H., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., Aerts, C.
    2012, Astronomische Nachrichten, 333, 1088 (2012AN....333.1088V)

  2. A STUDY OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE TRANSIT DETECTION TOOL DST IN SPACE-BASED SURVEYS. APPLICATION OF THE COROT PIPELINE TO KEPLER DATA
    Cabrera, J., Csizmadia, Sz., Erikson, A., Rauer, H., Kirste, S.
    2012, A&A, 548, 44 (2012A&A...548A..44C)

  3. TOWARDS CONSISTENT MAPPING OF DISTANT WORLDS: SECONDARY-ECLIPSE SCANNING OF THE EXOPLANET HD 189733B
    de Wit, J., Gillon, M., Demory, B.-O., Seager, S.
    2012, A&A, 548, 128 (2012A&A...548A.128D)

  4. HOW TO BUILD TATOOINE: REDUCING SECULAR EXCITATION IN KEPLER CIRCUMBINARY PLANET FORMATION
    Rafikov, Roman R.
    2012, ApJ, in press (2012arXiv1212.2217R)

  5. AN ANALYTIC THEORY FOR THE ORBITS OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Leung, Gene C. K., Hoi Lee, Man
    2012, ApJ, in press (2012arXiv1212.2545L)

  6. A GAS GIANT CIRCUMBINARY PLANET TRANSITING AN EVOLVED F STAR PRIMARY OF THE ECLIPSING BINARY STAR KIC 4862625 AND THE INDEPENDENT DISCOVERY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TWO TRANSITING PLANETS IN THE KEPLER-47 SYSTEM
    Kostov, Veselin B., McCullough, Peter, Hinse, Tobias, Tsvetanov, Zlatan, Hebrard, Guillaume, Diaz, Rodrigo, Deleuil, Magali, Valenti, Jeff A.
    2012, ApJ, 770, 52 (2013ApJ...770...52K)

  7. PHOTOMETRICALLY DERIVED MASSES AND RADII OF THE PLANET AND STAR IN THE TRES-2 SYSTEM
    Barclay, Thomas, Huber, Daniel, Rowe, Jason F., Fortney, Jonathan J., Morley, Caroline V., Quintana, Elisa V., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Barentsen, Geert, Bloemen, Steven, Christiansen, Jessie L., Demory, Brice-Olivier, Fulton, Benjamin J., Jenkins, Jon M., Mullally, Fergal, Ragozzine, Darin, Seader, Shaun E., Shporer, Avi, Tenenbaum, Peter, Thompson, Susan E.
    2012, ApJ, 761, 53 (2012ApJ...761...53B)

  8. PLANET FORMATION IN CIRCUMBINARY CONFIGURATIONS: TURBULENCE INHIBITS PLANETESIMAL ACCRETION
    Meschiari, Stefano
    2012, ApJ, 761, L7 (2012ApJ...761L...7M)

  9. A PAUCITY OF PROTO-HOT JUPITERS ON SUPER-ECCENTRIC ORBITS
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Murray-Clay, Ruth A., Johnson, John Asher
    2012, ApJ, in press (2012arXiv1211.0554DO)

  10. AN ANALYTIC MODEL FOR ROTATIONAL MODULATIONS IN THE PHOTOMETRY OF SPOTTED STARS
    Kipping, David M.
    2012, MNRAS, in press (2012arXiv1209.2985K)

  11. PLANET-PLANET ECLIPSE AND THE ROSSITER-MCLAUGHLIN EFFECT OF A MULTIPLE TRANSITING SYSTEM: JOINT ANALYSIS OF THE SUBARU SPECTROSCOPY AND THE KEPLER PHOTOMETRY
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Narita, Norio, Sato, Bun'ei, Takahashi, Yasuhiro H., Masuda, Kento, Takeda, Yoichi, Aoki, Wako, Tamura, Motohide, Suto, Yasushi
    2012, ApJ, 759, L36 (2012ApJ...759L..36H)

  12. DETECTION OF NEPTUNE-SIZE PLANETARY CANDIDATES WITH COROT DATA. COMPARISON WITH THE PLANET OCCURRENCE RATE DERIVED FROM KEPLER
    Bonomo, Aldo S., Chabaud, Pierre-Yves, Deleuil, Magali, Moutou, Claire, Bouchy, Francois, Cabrera, Juan, Lanza, Antonino F., Mazeh, Tsevi, Aigrain, Suzanne, Alonso, Roi, Guterman, Pascal, Santerne, Alexandre, Schneider, Jean
    2012, A&A, 547, 110 (2012A&A...547A.110B)

  13. EXPLORING THE α-ENHANCEMENT OF METAL-POOR PLANET-HOSTING STARS. THE KEPLER + HARPS SAMPLES
    Adibekyan, V. Zh., Delgado Mena, E., Sousa, S. G., Santos, N. C., Israelian, G., Gonzalez Hernandez, J. I., Mayor, M., Hakobyan, A. A.
    2012, A&A, 547, 36 (2012A&A...547A..36A)

  14. EXOMOON HABITABILITY CONSTRAINED BY ILLUMINATION AND TIDAL HEATING
    Heller, Rene, Barnes, Rory
    2012, Astrobiology, in press (2012arXiv1209.5323H)

  15. STARSPOT ACTIVITY AND ROTATION OF THE PLANET-HOSTING STAR KEPLER-17
    Bonomo, Aldo S., Lanza, Antonino F.
    2012, A&A, 547, 37 (2012A&A...547A..37B)

  16. THE LIFE SUPPORTING ZONE OF KEPLER-22B AND THE KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES
    D. Neubauer, A. Vrtala, J.J. Leitner, M.G. Firneis, R. Hitzenberger
    2012, P&SS, in press (2012P&SS...73..397N)

  17. IMPROVED SPECTROSCOPIC PARAMETERS FOR TRANSITING PLANET HOSTS
    Torres, Guillermo, Fischer, Debra A., Sozzetti, Alessandro, Buchhave, Lars A., Winn, Joshua N., Holman, Matthew J., Carter, Joshua A.
    2012, ApJ, 757, 161 (2012ApJ...757..161T)

  18. REGIONS OF DYNAMICAL STABILITY FOR DISCS AND PLANETS IN BINARY STARS OF THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD
    Jaime, Luisa G., Pichardo, Barbara, Aguilar, Luis
    2012, MNRAS, 427, 2723 (2012MNRAS.427.2723J)

  19. THE DERIVATION, PROPERTIES AND VALUE OF KEPLER'S COMBINED DIFFERENTIAL PHOTOMETRIC PRECISION
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Jenkins, Jon M., Barclay, Thomas S., Burke, Christopher J., Caldwell, Douglas A., Clarke, Bruce D., Li, Jie, Seader, Shawn, Smith, Jeffrey C., Stumpe, Martin C., Tenenbaum, Peter, Thompson, Susan E., Twicken, Joseph D., Van Cleve, Jeffrey
    2012, PASP, 124, 1279 (2012PASP..124.1279C)

  20. TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION OF NEAR-RESONANT KOI PAIRS: CONFIRMATION OF 12 MULTIPLE PLANET SYSTEMS
    Xie, Ji-Wei
    2012, ApJS, 208, 22 (2013ApJS..208...22X)

  21. KEPLER-47: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM
    Orosz, Jerome A., Welsh, William F., Carter, Joshua A., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, Ford, Eric B., Haghighipour, Nader, MacQueen, Phillip J., Mazeh, Tsevi, Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Short, Donald R., Torres, Guillermo, Agol, Eric, Buchhave, Lars A., Doyle, Laurance R., Isaacson, Howard, Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Shporer, Avi, Windmiller, Gur, Barclay, Thomas, Boss, Alan P., Clarke, Bruce D., Fortney, Jonathan, Geary, John C., Holman, Matthew J., Huber, Daniel, Jenkins, Jon M., Kinemuchi, Karen, Kruse, Ethan, Ragozzine, Darin, Sasselov, Dimitar, Still, Martin, Tenenbaum, Peter, Uddin, Kamal, Winn, Joshua N., Koch, David G., Borucki, William J.
    2012, Science, in press (2012Sci...337.1511O)

  22. THE NEPTUNE-SIZED CIRCUMBINARY PLANET KEPLER-38B
    Orosz, Jerome A., Welsh, William F., Carter, Joshua A., Brugamyer, Erik, Buchhave, Lars A., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, Ford, Eric B., MacQueen, Phillip, Short, Donald R., Torres, Guillermo, Windmiller, Gur, Agol, Eric, Barclay, Thomas, Caldwell, Douglas A., Clarke, Bruce D., Doyle, Laurance R., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Geary, John C., Haghighipour, Nader, Holman, Matthew J., Ibrahim, Khadeejah A., Jenkins, Jon M., Kinemuchi, Karen, Li, Jie, Lissauer, Jack J., Prsa, Andrej, Ragozzine, Darin, Shporer, Avi, Still, Martin, Wade, Richard A.
    2012, ApJ, 758, 870 (2012ApJ...758...87O)

  23. PERIOD RATIOS IN MULTI-PLANETARY SYSTEMS DISCOVERED BY KEPLER ARE CONSISTENT WITH PLANET MIGRATION
    Rein, Hanno
    2012, MNRAS, 427, L21 (2012MNRAS.427L..21R)

  24. EVIDENCE FOR THE DISINTEGRATION OF KIC 12557548 b
    Brogi, M., Keller, C. U., Ovelar, M. de Juan, Kenworthy, M. A., de Kok, R. J., Min, M., Snellen, I. A. G.
    2012, A&A, 545, L5 (2012A&A...545L...5B)

  25. MULTIPLICITY IN TRANSITING PLANET HOST STARS. A LUCKY IMAGING STUDY OF KEPLER CANDIDATES
    Lillo-Box, J., Barrado, D., Bouy, H.
    2012, A&A, 546, 10 (2012A&A...546A..10L)

  26. CONSTRAINING THE FALSE POSITIVE RATE FOR KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES WITH MULTI-COLOR PHOTOMETRY FROM THE GTC
    Colon, Knicole D., Ford, Eric B., Morehead, Robert C.
    2012, MNRAS, 426, 342 (2012MNRAS.426..342C)

  27. THE ORBITAL STABILITY OF PLANETS TRAPPED IN THE FIRST-ORDER MEAN-MOTION RESONANCES
    Matsumoto, Yuji, Nagasawa, Makiko, Ida, Shigeru
    2012, Icarus, 221, 624 (2012Icar..221..624M)

  28. DISSIPATION IN PLANAR RESONANT PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Delisle, J.-B., Laskar, J., Correia, A. C. M., Boue, G.
    2012, A&A, 546, 71 (2012A&A...546A..71D)

  29. PLANETS IN OPEN CLUSTERS DETECTABLE BY KEPLER
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Ford, Eric B., Geller, Aaron, Rasio, Frederic A.
    2012, MNRAS, 427, 1587 (2012MNRAS.427.1587C)

  30. EXTRACTING PLANET MASS AND ECCENTRICITY FROM TTV DATA
    Lithwick, Yoram, Xie, Jiwei, Wu, Yanqin
    2012, ApJ, submitted (2012arXiv1207.4192L)

  31. ARCHITECTURE OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS BASED ON KEPLER DATA: NUMBER OF PLANETS AND COPLANARITY
    Fang, Julia, Margot, Jean-Luc
    2012, ApJ, 761, 92 (2012ApJ...761...92F)

  32. HOMOGENEOUS STUDIES OF TRANSITING EXTRASOLAR PLANETS. V. NEW RESULTS FOR 38 PLANETS
    Southworth, John
    2012, MNRAS, 426, 1291 (2012MNRAS.426.1291S)

  33. THE HABITABILITY AND DETECTION OF EARTH-LIKE PLANETS ORBITING COOL WHITE DWARFS
    Fossati, L., Bagnulo, S., Haswell, C. A., Patel, M. R., Busuttil, R., Kowalski, P. M., Shulyak, D. V., Sterzik, M. F.
    2012, ApJ, 757, L15 (2012ApJ...757L..15F)

  34. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES VI. AN ADDITIONAL COMPANION IN THE KOI-13 SYSTEM
    Santerne, A., Moutou, C., Barros, S. C. C., Damiani, C., Díaz, R. F., Almenara, J.-M., Bonomo, A. S., Bouchy, F., Deleuil, M., Hebrard, G.
    2012, A&A, 544, L12 (2012A&A...544L..12S)

  35. KEPLER-36: A PAIR OF PLANETS WITH NEIGHBORING ORBITS AND DISSIMILAR DENSITIES
    Carter, Joshua A., Agol, Eric, Chaplin, William J., Basu, Sarbani, Bedding, Timothy R., Buchhave, Lars A., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jørgen, Deck, Katherine M., Elsworth, Yvonne, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan J., Hale, Steven J., Handberg, Rasmus, Hekker, Saskia, Holman, Matthew J., Huber, Daniel, Karoff, Christopher, Kawaler, Steven D., Kjeldsen, Hans, Lissauer, Jack J., Lopez, Eric D., Lund, Mikkel N., Lundkvist, Mia, Metcalfe, Travis S., Miglio, Andrea, Rogers, Leslie A., Stello, Dennis, Borucki, William J., Bryson, Steve, Christiansen, Jessie L., Cochran, William D., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Haas, Michael R., Hall, Jennifer, Howard, Andrew W., Jenkins, Jon M., Klaus, Todd, Koch, David G., Latham, David W., MacQueen, Phillip J., Sasselov, Dimitar, Steffen, Jason H., Twicken, Joseph D., Winn, Joshua N.
    2012, Science, 337, 556 (2012Sci...337..556C)

  36. SPIN-ORBIT COUPLING FOR TIDALLY EVOLVING SUPER-EARTHS
    Rodriguez, Adrian, Callegari, Nelson, Jr, Michtchenko, Tatiana A., Hussmann, Hauke
    2012, MNRAS, 427, 2239 (2012MNRAS.427.2239R)

  37. ALIGNMENT OF THE STELLAR SPIN WITH THE ORBITS OF A THREE-PLANET SYSTEM
    Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Fabrycky, D. C., Winn, J. N., Barclay, T., Clarke, B. D., Ford, E. B., Fortney, J. J., Geary, J. C., Holman, M. J., Howard, A. W., Jenkins, J. M., Koch, D., Lissauer, J. J., Marcy, J. W., Mullaly, F., Ragozzine, D., Seader, S. E., Still, M., Thompson, S. E.
    2012, Nature, 487, 449 (2012Natur.487..449S)

  38. PLANET HUNTERS: ASSESSING THE KEPLER INVENTORY OF SHORT PERIOD PLANETS
    Schwamb, Megan E., Lintott, Chris J., Fischer, Debra A., Giguere, Matthew J., Lynn, Stuart, Smith, Arfon M., Brewer, John M., Parrish, Michael, Schawinski, Kevin, Simpson, Robert J.
    2012, ApJ, 754, 129 (2012ApJ...754..129S)

  39. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Adams, Elisabeth R., Ciardi, David R., Dupree, Andrea K., Gautier, T. Nick, III, Kulesa, Craig, McCarthy, Don
    2012, AJ, 144, 42 (2012AJ....144...42A)

  40. CIRCUMBINARY CHAOS: USING PLUTO'S NEWEST MOON TO CONSTRAIN THE MASSES OF NIX & HYDRA
    Youdin, Andrew N., Kratter, Kaitlin M., Kenyon, Scott J.
    2012, ApJ, in press (2012arXiv1205.5273Y)

  41. RAPID DYNAMICAL CHAOS IN AN EXOPLANETARY SYSTEM
    Deck, Katherine M., Holman, Matthew J., Agol, Eric, Carter, Joshua A., Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, Winn, Joshua N.
    2012, ApJ, 755, L21 (2012ApJ...755L..21D)

  42. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES VII. A FALSE POSITIVE RATE OF 35% FOR KEPLER CLOSE-IN GIANT EXOPLANET CANDIDATES
    Santerne, A., Diaz, R. F., Moutou, C., Bouchy, F., Hébrard, G., Almenara, J.-M., Bonomo, A. S., Deleuil, M., Santos, N. C.
    2012, A&A, 545, 76 (2012A&A...545A..76S)

  43. HOW NOT TO BUILD TATOOINE: THE DIFFICULTY OF IN SITU FORMATION OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS KEPLER 16B, KEPLER 34B AND KEPLER 35B
    Paardekooper, Sijme-Jan, Leinhardt, Zoe M., Thebault, Philippe, Baruteau, Clement
    2012, ApJ, 754, 16 (2012ApJ...754L..16P)

  44. CAN PLANETARY INSTABILITY EXPLAIN THE KEPLER DICHOTOMY?
    Johansen, Anders, Davies, Melvyn B., Church, Ross P., Holmelin, Viktor
    2012, ApJ, 758, 39 (2012ApJ...758...39J)

  45. MINIMIZING FOLLOW-UP FOR SPACE-BASED TRANSIT SURVEYS USING FULL LIGHTCURVE ANALYSIS
    Nefs, S. V., Snellen, I. A. G., de Mooij, E. J. W.
    2012, A&A, 543, 63 (2012A&A...543A..63N)

  46. AN EFFICIENT AUTOMATED VALIDATION PROCEDURE FOR EXOPLANET TRANSIT CANDIDATES
    Morton, Timothy D.
    2012, ApJ, 761, 6 (2012ApJ...761....6M)

  47. CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETS FROM THEIR FORMATION II: THE PLANETARY MASS-RADIUS RELATIONSHIP
    Mordasini, C., Alibert, Y., Georgy, C., Dittkrist, K.-M., Klahr, H., Henning, T.
    2012, A&A, 547, 112 (2012A&A...547A.112M)

  48. THE FREQUENCY OF HOT JUPITERS ORBITING NEARBY SOLAR-TYPE STARS
    Wright, J. T., Marcy, G. W., Howard, A. W., Johnson, John Asher, Morton, T., Fischer, D. A.
    2012, ApJ, 753, 160 (2012ApJ...753..160W)

  49. PREDICTING THE CONFIGURATION OF PLANETARY SYSTEM: KOI-152 OBSERVED BY KEPLER
    Wang, Su, Ji, Jianghui, Zhou, Ji-lin
    2012, ApJ, 753, 170 (2012ApJ...753..170W)

  50. MEASUREMENTS OF STELLAR INCLINATIONS FOR KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Takeda, Yoichi, Narita, Norio, Winn, Joshua N., Taruya, Atsushi, Suto, Yasushi
    2012, ApJ, 756, 66 (2012ApJ...756...66H)

  51. THE SDSS-HET SURVEY OF KEPLER ECLIPSING BINARIES: SPECTROSCOPIC DYNAMICAL MASSES OF THE KEPLER-16 CIRCUMBINARY PLANET HOSTS
    Bender, Chad F., Mahadevan, Suvrath, Deshpande, Rohit, Wright, Jason T., Roy, Arpita, Terrien, Ryan C., Sigurdsson, Steinn, Ramsey, Lawrence W., Schneider, Donald P., Fleming, Scott W.
    2012, ApJ, 751, L31 (2012ApJ...751L..31B)

  52. OBLIQUITIES OF HOT JUPITER HOST STARS: EVIDENCE FOR TIDAL INTERACTIONS AND PRIMORDIAL MISALIGNMENTS
    Albrecht, Simon, Winn, Joshua N., Johnson, John A., Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Butler, R. Paul, Arriagada, Pamela, Crane, Jeffrey D., Shectman, Stephen A., Thompson, Ian B., Hirano, Teruyuki, Bakos, Gaspar, Hartman, Joel D.
    2012, ApJ, submitted (2012arXiv1206.6105A)

  53. A HOT URANUS ORBITING THE SUPER METAL-RICH STAR HD77338 AND THE METALLICITY - MASS CONNECTION
    Jenkins, James S., Jones, Hugh R. A., Tuomi, Mikko, Murgas, Felipe, Hoyer, Sergio, Jones, Matias I., Barnes, John R., Pavlenko, Yakiv V., Ivanyuk, Oleksiy, Rojo, Patricio, Jordan, Andres, Day-Jones, Avril C., Ruiz, Maria-Teresa, Pinfield, David J.
    2012, ApJ, submitted (2012arXiv1207.1012J)

  54. A DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE KEPLER-11 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Migaszewski, Cezary, Slonina, Mariusz, Gozdziewski, Krzysztof
    2012, MNRAS, 427, 770 (2012MNRAS.427..770M)

  55. THE SILICATE AND CARBON-RICH MODELS OF COROT-7B, KEPLER-9D AND KEPLER-10B
    Gong, Yan-Xiang, Zhou, Ji-Lin
    2012, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 12, 678 (2012RAA....12..678G)

  56. THE EXOPLANET ECCENTRICITY DISTRIBUTION FROM KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES
    Kane, Stephen R., Ciardi, David R., Gelino, Dawn M., von Braun, Kaspar
    2012, MNRAS, 425, 757 (2012MNRAS.425..757K)

  57. VALIDATION OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST STELLAR PARAMETERS AND ECCENTRICITY DISTRIBUTION FROM OBSERVED TRANSIT DURATIONS
    Plavchan, Peter, Bilinski, Christopher, Currie, Thayne
    2012, ApJ, in press (2012arXiv1203.1887P)

  58. ON THE STABILITY OF SUPER EARTH ATMOSPHERES
    Heng, Kevin, Kopparla, Pushkar
    2012, ApJ, 754, 60 (2012ApJ...754...60H)

  59. RESONANT REPULSION OF KEPLER PLANET PAIRS
    Lithwick, Yoram, Wu, Yanqin
    2012, ApJ, 756, L11 (2012ApJ...756L..11L)

  60. A CORRELATION BETWEEN THE ECLIPSE DEPTHS OF KEPLER GAS GIANT CANDIDATES AND THE METALLICITIES OF THEIR PARENT STARS
    Dodson-Robinson, Sarah
    2012, ApJ, 752, 72 (2012ApJ...752...72D)

  61. THE PHOTOECCENTRIC EFFECT AND PROTO-HOT-JUPITERS I. MEASURING PHOTOMETRIC ECCENTRICITIES OF INDIVIDUAL TRANSITING PLANETS
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Johnson, John Asher
    2012, ApJ, 756, 122 (2012ApJ...756..122D)

  62. STELLAR MEMBERSHIP AND DUSTY DEBRIS DISKS IN THE ALPHA PERSEI CLUSTER
    Zuckerman, B., Melis, Carl, Rhee, Joseph H., Schneider, Adam, Song, Inseok
    2012, ApJ, in press (2012arXiv1204.3950Z)

  63. THERMOHALINE INSTABILITY AND ROTATION-INDUCED MIXING. III - GRID OF STELLAR MODELS AND ASYMPTOTIC ASTEROSEISMIC QUANTITIES FROM THE PRE-MAIN SEQUENCE UP TO THE AGB FOR LOW- AND INTERMEDIATE-MASS STARS AT VARIOUS METALLICITIES
    Lagarde, N., Decressin, T., Charbonnel, C., Eggenberger, P., Ekström, S., Palacios, A.
    2012, A&A, in press (2012arXiv1204.5193L)

  64. PLANET OCCURRENCE WITHIN 0.25 AU OF SOLAR-TYPE STARS FROM KEPLER
    Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Bryson, Stephen T., Jenkins, Jon M., Rowe, Jason F., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Dunham, Edward W., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Van Cleve, Jeffrey, Cochran, William D., Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Torres, Guillermo, Brown, Timothy M., Gilliland, Ronald L., Buchhave, Lars A., Caldwell, Douglas A., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jorgen, Ciardi, David, Fressin, Francois, Haas, Michael R., Howell, Steve B., Kjeldsen, Hans, Seager, Sara, Rogers, Leslie, Sasselov, Dimitar D., Steffen, Jason H., Basri, Gibor S., Charbonneau, David, Christiansen, Jessie, Clarke, Bruce, Dupree, Andrea, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Fischer, Debra A., Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan J., Tarter, Jill, Girouard, Forrest R., Holman, Matthew J., Johnson, John Asher, Klaus, Todd C., Machalek, Pavel, Moorhead, Althea V., Morehead, Robert C., Ragozzine, Darin, Tenenbaum, Peter, Twicken, Joseph D., Quinn, Samuel N., Isaacson, Howard, Shporer, Avi, Lucas, Philip W., Walkowicz, Lucianne M., Welsh, William F., Boss, Alan, Devore, Edna, Gould, Alan, Smith, Jeffrey C., Morris, Robert L., Prsa, Andrej, Morton, Timothy D.
    2012, ApJS, 201, 15 (2012ApJS..201...15H)

  65. IN-SITU ACCRETION OF HYDROGEN-RICH ATMOSPHERES ON SHORT-PERIOD SUPER-EARTHS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE KEPLER-11 PLANETS
    Ikoma, Masahiro, Hori, Yasunori
    2012, ApJ, 753, 66 (2012ApJ...753...66I)

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  67. THE EVIL-MC MODEL FOR ELLIPSOIDAL VARIATIONS OF PLANET-HOSTING STARS AND APPLICATIONS TO THE HAT-P-7 SYSTEM
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  70. AN HST SEARCH FOR PLANETS IN THE LOWER MAIN SEQUENCE OF THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER NGC 6397
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  71. THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS: LUMINOSITY CLASSES, PLANET FREQUENCY, AND PLANET-METALLICITY RELATION OF THE COOLEST KEPLER TARGET STARS
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  76. MAGNETIC FIELDS IN EARTH-LIKE EXOPLANETS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR HABITABILITY AROUND M-DWARFS
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  79. COMPARING HARPS AND KEPLER SURVEYS: ON THE ALIGNMENT OF MULTIPLE-PLANET SYSTEMS
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  80. ROCKY SUPER-EARTH INTERIORS. STRUCTURE AND INTERNAL DYNAMICS OF COROT-7B AND KEPLER-10B
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  81. NORTH SET FOR MASS ANALYSIS OF PLANETS
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  82. EXTRASOLAR PLANET TRANSITS OBSERVED AT KITT PEAK NATIONAL OBSERVATORY
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  83. PREDICTING PLANETS IN KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
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  84. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS II. THE M DWARF KOI-254 AND ITS HOT JUPITER
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  87. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. V. THE THREE HOT JUPITERS KOI-135B, KOI-204B AND KOI-203B (ALIAS KEPLER-17B)
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  89. KEPLER-21B: A 1.6REARTH PLANET TRANSITING THE BRIGHT OSCILLATING F SUBGIANT STAR HD 179070
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  93. DEBRIS DISKS IN KEPLER EXOPLANET SYSTEMS
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  96. PLANET-DISC INTERACTION IN HIGHLY INCLINED SYSTEMS
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  97. POSSIBLE DISINTEGRATING SHORT-PERIOD SUPER-MERCURY ORBITING KIC 12557548
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  98. HABITABILITY OF EARTH-TYPE PLANETS AND MOONS IN THE KEPLER-16 SYSTEM
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  100. TRADITIONAL FORMATION SCENARIOS FAIL TO EXPLAIN 4:3 MEAN MOTION RESONANCES
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  101. THE EFFECT OF POPULATION-WIDE MASS-TO-RADIUS RELATIONSHIPS ON THE INTERPRETATION OF KEPLER AND HARPS SUPER-EARTH OCCURRENCE RATES
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  102. OBSERVATIONS OF EXTRASOLAR PLANET TRANSITS WITH THE AUTOMATED TELESCOPES OF THE PULKOVO ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY
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  103. THE STATISTICS OF MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
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  104. KEPLER-20: A SUN-LIKE STAR WITH THREE SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANETS AND TWO EARTH-SIZE CANDIDATES
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  107. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTERESTS. NEW EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURES, METALLICITIES, MASSES, AND RADII OF LOW-MASS KEPLER PLANET-CANDIDATE HOST STARS
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  108. A CONSISTENT ANALYSIS OF THREE YEARS OF GROUND- AND SPACE-BASED PHOTOMETRY OF TRES-2
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  111. ALMOST ALL OF KEPLER'S MULTIPLE PLANET CANDIDATES ARE PLANETS
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  113. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN THE FIRST THREE QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
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  115. ON THE NATURE OF SMALL PLANETS AROUND THE COOLEST KEPLER STARS
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  116. KEPLER-22B: A 2.4 EARTH-RADIUS PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A SUN-LIKE STAR
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  117. A UNIFORM SEARCH FOR SECONDARY ECLIPSES OF HOT JUPITERS IN KEPLER Q2 LIGHTCURVES
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  118. PLANET HUNTERS: THE FIRST TWO PLANET CANDIDATES IDENTIFIED BY THE PUBLIC USING THE KEPLER PUBLIC ARCHIVE DATA
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    Traub, Wesley A.
    2011, ApJ, 745, 20 (2012ApJ...745...20T)

  120. IDENTIFYING NON-RESONANT KEPLER PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Veras, Dimitri, Ford, Eric B.
    2012, MNRAS, 420, L23 (2012MNRAS.420L..23V)

  121. ESTIMATING TRANSITING EXOPLANET MASSES FROM PRECISE OPTICAL PHOTOMETRY
    Mislis, D., Heller, R., Schmitt, J. H. M. M., Hodgkin, S.
    2012, A&A, 538, 4 (2012A&A...538A...4M)

  122. MASS-RADIUS RELATIONSHIPS FOR EXOPLANETS
    Swift, D. C., Eggert, J. H., Hicks, D. G., Hamel, S., Caspersen, K., Schwegler, E., Collins, G. W., Nettelmann, N., Ackland, G. J.
    2012, MNRAS, 419, 164 (2012ApJ...744...59S)

  123. SIGNALS OF EXOMOONS IN AVERAGED LIGHT CURVES OF EXOPLANETS
    A.E. Simon, Gy.M. Szabo, L.L. Kiss, K. Szatmary
    2012, MNRAS, 419, 164 (2012MNRAS.419..164S)


2011

  1. DETECTION OF TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS IN EXCESS OF ONE HOUR IN THE KEPLER MULTI-PLANET CANDIDATE SYSTEM KOI 806 WITH THE GTC
    Tingley, Brandon, Palle, Enric, Parviainen, Hannu, Deeg, Hans-Jorg, Rosa Zapatero Osorio, Maria, Cabrera-Lavers, Antonio, Belmonte, Juan Antonio, Montanes Rodriguez, Pilar, Murgas, Felipe, Ribas, Ignasi
    2011, ApJ, in press (2011arXiv1111.5107T)

  2. TRANSIT MODEL OF PLANETS WITH MOON AND RING SYSTEMS
    Tusnski, Luis Ricardo M., Valio, Adriana
    2011, ApJ, 743, 97 (2011ApJ...743...97T)

  3. DETECTION OF KOI-13.01 USING THE PHOTOMETRIC ORBIT
    Shporer, Avi, Jenkins, Jon M., Rowe, Jason F., Sanderfer, Dwight T., Seader, Shawn E., Smith, Jeffrey C., Still, Martin D., Thompson, Susan E., Twicken, Joseph D., Welsh, William F.
    2011, AJ, 142, 195 (2011AJ....142..195S)

  4. KEPLER KOI-13.01 - DETECTION OF BEAMING AND ELLIPSOIDAL MODULATIONS POINTING TO A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER
    Mazeh, T., Nachmani, G., Sokol, G., Faigler, S., Zucker, S.
    2011, A&A, 541, 56 (2012A&A...541A..56M)

  5. ATMOSPHERES OF HOT SUPER-EARTHS
    Castan, Thibaut, Menou, Kristen
    2011, ApJ, 743, L36 (2011ApJ...743L..36C)

  6. MEASUREMENT OF THE SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT OF KOI-13.01 FROM ITS GRAVITY-DARKENED KEPLER TRANSIT LIGHTCURVE
    Barnes, Jason W., Linscott, Ethan, Shporer, Avi
    2011, ApJS, in press (2011arXiv1110.3514B)

  7. VETTING KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES WITH MULTI-COLOR PHOTOMETRY FROM THE GTC: IDENTIFICATION OF AN ECLIPSING BINARY STAR NEAR KOI 565
    Colon, Knicole D., Ford, Eric B.
    2011, PASP, 123, 1391 (2011PASP..123.1391C)

  8. LACK OF INFLATED RADII FOR KEPLER GIANT PLANET CANDIDATES RECEIVING MODEST STELLAR IRRADIATION
    Demory, Brice-Olivier, Seager, Sara
    2011, ApJS, 197, 12 (2011ApJS..197...12D)

  9. COMBINING KEPLER AND HARPS OCCURRENCE RATES TO INFER THE PERIOD-MASS-RADIUS DISTRIBUTION OF SUPER-EARTHS/SUB-NEPTUNES
    Wolfgang, A., Laughlin, G.
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2011arXiv1108.5842W)

  10. NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF LOW-MASS KEPLER PLANET-CANDIDATE HOST STARS: EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURES, METALLICITIES, MASSES AND RADII
    Muirhead, Philip S., Hamren, Katherine, Schlawin, Everett, Rojas-Ayala, Barbara, Covey, Kevin R., Lloyd, James P.
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2011arXiv1109.1819M)

  11. SUPER-ECCENTRIC MIGRATING JUPITERS
    Socrates, Aristotle, Katz, Boaz, Dong, Subo, Tremaine, Scott
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2012ApJ...750..106S)

  12. NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF LOW-MASS KEPLER PLANET-CANDIDATE HOST STARS: EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURES, METALLICITIES, MASSES AND RADII
    Muirhead, Philip S., Hamren, Katherine, Schlawin, Everett, Rojas-Ayala, Barbara, Covey, Kevin R., Lloyd, James P.
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2011arXiv1109.1819M)

  13. AN ABUNDANCE OF SMALL EXOPLANETS AROUND STARS WITH A WIDE RANGE OF METALLICITIES
    Buchhave, Lars A., Latham, David W., Johansen, Anders, Bizzarro, Martin, Torres, Guillermo, Rowe, Jason F., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Brugamyer, Erik, Caldwell, Caroline, Bryson, Stephen T., Ciardi, David R., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, Esquerdo, Gilbert A., Ford, Eric B., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Hansen, Terese, Isaacson, Howard, Laird, John B., Lucas, Philip W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Morse, Jon A., Robertson, Paul, Shporer, Avi, Stefanik, Robert P., Still, Martin, Quinn, Samuel N.
    2012, Nature, 486, 375 (2012Natur.486..375B)

  14. QATAR-2: A K DWARF ORBITED BY A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER AND A MORE MASSIVE COMPANION IN AN OUTER ORBIT
    Bryan, Marta L., Alsubai, Khalid A., Latham, David W., Parley, Neil R., Collier Cameron, Andrew, Quinn, Samuel N., Carter, Joshua A., Fulton, Benjamin J., Berlind, Perry, Brown, Warren R., Buchhave, Lars A., Calkins, Michael L., Esquerdo, Gilbert A., Furesz, Gábor, Grae Jorgensen, Uffe, Horne, Keith D., Stefanik, Robert P., Street, Rachel A., Torres, Guillermo, West, Richard G., Dominik, Martin, Harpsøe, Kennet B. W., Liebig, Christine, Calchi Novati, Sebastiano, Ricci, Davide, Skottfelt, Jesper F.
    2012, A&A, 540, 620 (2012ApJ...750...84B)

  15. TRANSIT TIMING MEASUREMENTS USING A NEW TECHNIQUE "BARYCENTER METHOD": APPLICATION TO LHS 6343 SYSTEM
    Oshagh, M., Boue, G., Haghighipour, N., Montalto, M., Figueira, P., Santos, N. C.
    2012, A&A, 540, 620 (2012A&A...540A..62O)

  16. COMPOSITIONS OF HOT SUPER-EARTH ATMOSPHERES: EXPLORING KEPLER CANDIDATES
    Miguel, Y., Kaltenegger, L., Fegley, B., Jr., Schaefer, L.
    2011, ApJ, 742 L19 (2011ApJ...742L..19M)

  17. THE KEPLER-19 SYSTEM: A TRANSITING 2.2 R_EARTH PLANET AND A SECOND PLANET DETECTED VIA TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Ballard, Sarah, Fabrycky, Daniel, Fressin, Francois, Charbonneau, David, Desert, Jean-Michel, Torres, Guillermo, Marcy, Geoffrey, Burke, Christopher J., Isaacson, Howard, Henze, Christopher, Steffen, Jason H., Ciardi, David R., Howell, Steven B., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, Bryson, Stephen T., Rowe, Jason F., Holman, Matthew J., Lissauer, Jack J., Jenkins, Jon M., Still, Martin, Ford, Eric B., Christiansen, Jessie L., Middour, Christopher K., Haas, Michael R., Li, Jie, Hall, Jennifer R., McCauliff, Sean, Batalha, Natalie M., Koch, David G., Borucki, William J.
    2011, ApJ, in press (2011arXiv1109.1561B)

  18. KEPLER-16: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Doyle, Laurance R., Carter, Joshua A., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Slawson, Robert W., Howell, Steve B., Winn, Joshua N., Orosz, Jerome A., Prsa, Andrej, Welsh, William F., Quinn, Samuel N., Latham, David, Torres, Guillermo, Buchhave, Lars A., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Fortney, Jonathan J., Shporer, Avi, Ford, Eric B., Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, Rucker, Michael, Batalha, Natalie, Jenkins, Jon M., Borucki, William J., Koch, David, Middour, Christopher K., Hall, Jennifer R., McCauliff, Sean, Fanelli, Michael N., Quintana, Elisa V., Holman, Matthew J., Caldwell, Douglas A., Still, Martin, Stefanik, Robert P., Brown, Warren R., Esquerdo, Gilbert A., Tang, Sumin, Furesz, Gabor, Geary, John C., Berlind, Perry, Calkins, Michael L., Short, Donald R., Steffen, Jason H., Sasselov, Dimitar, Dunham, Edward W., Cochran, William D., Boss, Alan, Haas, Michael R., Buzasi, Derek, Fischer, Debra
    2011, Science, in press (2011arXiv1109.3432D)

  19. SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR THE CIRCUMBINARY PLANET HOST KEPLER-16A
    Winn, Joshua N., Albrecht, Simon, Johnson, John Asher, Torres, Guillermo, Cochran, William D., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Howard, Andrew, Isaacson, Howard, Fischer, Debra, Doyle, Laurance, Welsh, William, Carter, Joshua A., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ragozzine, Darin, Quinn, Samuel N., Shporer, Avi, Howell, Steve B., Latham, David W., Orosz, Jerome, Prsa, Andrej, Slawson, Robert W., Borucki, William J., Koch, David, Barclay, Thomas, Boss, Alan P., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jorgen, Girouard, Forrest R., Jenkins, Jon, Klaus, Todd C., Meibom, Soren, Morris, Robert L., Sasselov, Dimitar, Still, Martin, Van Cleve, Jeffrey
    2011, ApJ, 741, L1 (2011ApJ...741L...1W)

  20. THE ORBITAL PHASES AND SECONDARY TRANSIT OF KEPLER-10B - A PHYSICAL INTERPRETATION BASED ON THE LAVA-OCEAN PLANET MODEL
    Rouan, Daniel, Deeg, Hans J., Demangeon, Olivier, Samuel, Benjamin, Cavarroc, Celine, Fegley, Bruce, Leger, Alain
    2011, ApJ, 741, L30 (2011ApJ...741L..30R)

  21. DISCOVERY AND ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION OF GIANT PLANET KEPLER-12B: AN INFLATED RADIUS OUTLIER
    Fortney, Jonathan J., Demory, Brice-Olivier, Desert, Jean-Michel, Rowe, Jason, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Isaacson, Howard, Buchhave, Lars A., Ciardi, David, Gautier, Thomas N., Batalha, Natalie M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Bryson, Stephen T., Nutzman, Philip, Jenkins, Jon M., Howard, Andrew, Charbonneau, David, Knutson, Heather A., Howell, Steve B., Everett, Mark, Fressin, Francois, Deming, Drake, Borucki, William J., Brown, Timothy M., Ford, Eric B., Gilliland, Ronald L., Latham, David W., Miller, Neil, Seager, Sara, Fischer, Debra A., Koch, David, Lissauer, Jack J., Haas, Michael R., Still, Martin, Lucas, Philip, Gillon, Michael, Christiansen, Jessie L., Geary, John C.
    2011, ApJS, 197, 9 (2011ApJS..197....9F)

  22. ATMOSPHERES OF HOT SUPER-EARTHS
    Castan, Thibaut, Menou, Kristen
    2011, ApJ, in press (2011arXiv1109.0659C)

  23. USING STAR SPOTS TO MEASURE THE SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT OF TRANSITING PLANETS
    Nutzman, Philip A., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Fortney, Jonathan J.
    2011, ApJ, 740, L10 (2011ApJ...740L..10N)

  24. THE TRANSIT LIGHT CURVE OF AN EXOZODIACAL DUST CLOUD
    Stark, Christopher C.
    2011, AJ, 142, 123 (2011AJ....142..123S)

  25. THE HOT-JUPITER KEPLER-17B: DISCOVERY, OBLIQUITY FROM STROBOSCOPIC STARSPOTS, AND ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION
    Desert, Jean-Michel, Charbonneau, David, Demory, Brice-Olivier, Ballard, Sarah, Carter, Joshua A., Fortney, Jonathan J., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, Quinn, Samuel N., Isaacson, Howard T., Fressin, Francois, Buchhave, Lars A., Latham, David W., Knutson, Heather A., Bryson, Stephen T., Torres, Guillermo, Rowe, Jason F., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Christiansen, Jessie L., Deming, Drake, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., Gilliland, Ronald L., Gillon, Michael, Haas, Michael R., Jenkins, Jon M., Kinemuchi, Karen, Koch, David, Lissauer, Jack J., Mullally, Fergal, MacQueen, Phillip J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Sasselov, Dimitar D., Seager, Sara, Still, Martin, Tenenbaum, Peter, Uddin, Kamal, Winn, Joshua N.
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2011arXiv1107.5750D)

  26. THE FIRST KEPLER MISSION PLANET CONFIRMED WITH THE HOBBY-EBERLY TELESCOPE: KEPLER-15B, A HOT JUPITER ENRICHED IN HEAVY ELEMENTS
    Endl, Michael, MacQueen, Phillip J., Cochran, William D., Brugamyer, Erik, Buchhave, Lars A., Rowe, Jason, Lucas, Phillip, Issacson, Howard, Bryson, Steve, Howell, Steve B., Fortney, Jonathan J., Hansen, Terese, Borucki, William J., Caldwell, Douglas, Christiansen, Jessie L., Ciardi, David R., Demory, Brice-Olivier, Everett, Mark, Ford, Eric B., Haas, Michael R., Holman, Matthew J., Horch, Elliot, Jenkins, Jon M., Koch, David J., Lissauer, Jack J., Machalek, Pavel, Still, Martin, Welsh, William F., Sanderfer, Dwight T., Seader, Shawn E., Smith, Jeffrey C., Thompson, Susan E., Twicken, Joseph D.
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2011arXiv1107.2596E)

  27. ON THE DETECTION OF (HABITABLE) SUPER-EARTHS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS USING KEPLER AND TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION METHOD
    Nader Haghighipour, Sabrina Kirste
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2011arXiv1107.2885H)

  28. DISTORTED, NONSPHERICAL TRANSITING PLANETS: IMPACT ON THE TRANSIT DEPTH AND ON THE RADIUS DETERMINATION
    Leconte, J., Lai, D., Chabrier, G.
    2011, A&A, 528, 41 (2011A&A...528A..41L)

  29. KEPLER-14B: A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER TRANSITING AN F STAR IN A CLOSE VISUAL BINARY
    Buchhave, Lars A., Latham, David W., Carter, Joshua A., Desert, Jean-Michel, Torres, Guillermo, Adams, Elisabeth R., Bryson, Stephen T., Charbonneau, David B., Ciardi, David R., Kulesa, Craig, Dupree, Andrea K., Fischer, Debra A., Fressin, Francois, Gautier, Thomas N., III, Gilliland, Ronald L., Howel, Steve B., Isaacson, Howard, Jenkins, Jon M., Marcy, Geoffrey W., McCarthy, Donald W., Rowe, Jason F., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Christiansen, Jessie L., Cochran, William D., Deming, Drake, Dunham, Edward W., Everett, Mark, Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan J., Geary, John C., Girouard, Forrest R., Haas, Michael R., Holman, Matthew J., Horch, Elliott, Klaus, Todd C., Knutson, Heather A., Koch, David G., Kolodziejczak, Jeffrey, Lissauer, Jack J., Machalek, Pavel, Mullally, Fergal, Still, Martin D., Quinn, Samuel N., Seager, Sara, Thompson, Susan E., Van Cleve, Jeffrey
    2011, ApJS, 197, 3 (2011ApJS..197....3B)

  30. THE EXOPLANET CENSUS: A GENERAL METHOD, APPLIED TO KEPLER
    Youdin, Andrew N
    2011, ApJ, submitted (2011arXiv1105.1782Y)

  31. STARSPOTS, SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT, AND ACTIVE LATITUDES IN THE HAT-P-11 EXOPLANETARY SYSTEM
    Roberto Sanchis-Ojeda, Joshua N. Winn
    2011, ApJ, 743, 61 (2011ApJ...743...61S)

  32. HOT SUPER EARTHS: DISRUPTED YOUNG JUPITERS?
    Nayakshin, Sergei
    2011, MNRAS, 416, 2974 (2011MNRAS.416.2974N)

  33. KEPLER 18-B, C, AND D: A SYSTEM OF THREE PLANETS CONFIRMED BY TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS, LIGHTCURVE VALIDATION, SPITZER PHOTOMETRY AND RADIAL VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS
    Cochran, William D., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Torres, Guillermo, Fressin, Francois, Desert, Jean-Michel, Ragozzine, Darin, Sasselov, Dimitar, Fortney, Jonathan J., Rowe, Jason F., Brugamyer, Erik J., Bryson, Stephen T., Carter, Joshua A., Ciardi, David R., Howell, Steve B., Steffen, Jason H., Borucki, William. J., Koch, David G., Winn, Joshua N., Welsh, William F., Uddin, Kamal, Tenenbaum, Peter, Still, M., Seager, Sara, Quinn, Samuel N., Mullally, F., Miller, Neil, Marcy, Geoffrey W., MacQueen, Phillip J., Lucas, Philip, Lissauer, Jack J., Latham, David W., Knutson, Heather, Kinemuchi, K., Johnson, John A., Jenkins, Jon M., Isaacson, Howard, Howard, Andrew, Horch, Elliott, Holman, Matthew J., Henze, Christopher E., Haas, Michael R., Gilliland, Ronald L., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Ford, Eric B., Fischer, Debra A., Everett, Mark, Endl, Michael, Demory, Brice-Oliver, Deming, Drake, Charbonneau, David, Caldwell, Douglas, Buchhave, Lars, Brown, Timothy M., Batalha, Natalie
    2011, ApJS, 197, 7 (2011ApJS..197....7C)

  34. ARCHITECTURE AND DYNAMICS OF KEPLER'S CANDIDATE MULTIPLE TRANSITING PLANET SYSTEM
    Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Bryson, Stephen T., Caldwell, Douglas A., Dunham, Edward W., Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan J., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Holman, Matthew J., Jenkins, Jon M., Koch, David G., Latham, David W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Morehead, Robert, Rowe, Jason, Quintana, Elisa V., Sasselov, Dimitar, Shporer, Avi, Steffen, Jason H.
    2011, ApJS, 197, 8 (2011ApJS..197....8L)

  35. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER: I. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS
    Ford, Eric B., Rowe, Jason F., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Carter, Josh, Holman, Matthew J., Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, Steffen, Jason H., Borucki, William J., Batalha, Natalie M., Bryson, Steve, Caldwell, Douglas A., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Jenkins, Jon M., Koch, David G., Li, Jie, Lucas, Philip, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Mullally, Fergal R., Quintana, Elisa, McCauliff, Sean, Thompson, Susan E., Tenenbaum, Peter, Still, Martin, Twicken, Joseph D.
    2011, ApJS, 197, 2 (2011ApJS..197....2F)

  36. THE DISTRIBUTION OF TRANSIT DURATIONS FOR KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR ORBITAL ECCENTRICITIES
    Moorhead, Althea V., Ford, Eric B., Morehead, Robert C., Rowe, Jason, Borucki, William J., Batalha, Natalie M., Bryson, Stephen T., Caldwell, Douglas A., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Koch, David G., Holman, Matthew J., Jenkins, Jon M., Li, Jie, Lissauer, Jack J., Lucas, Philip, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Quinn, Samuel N., Quintana, Elisa, Ragozzine, Darin, Shporer, Avi, Still, Martin, Torres, Guillermo
    2011, ApJS, 197, 1 (2011ApJS..197....1M)

  37. THE ATMOSPHERES OF THE HOT-JUPITERS KEPLER-5b AND KEPLER-6b OBSERVED DURING OCCULTATIONS WITH WARM-SPITZER AND KEPLER
    Desert, Jean-Michel, Charbonneau, David, Fortney, Jonathan J., Madhusudhan, Nikku, Knutson, Heather A., Fressin, Francois, Deming, Drake, Borucki, William J., Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas, Ford, Eric B., Gilliland, Ronald L., Latham, David W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Seager, Sara, the Kepler Science Team
    2011, ApJS, 197, 11 (2011ApJS..197...11D)

  38. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES IV. KOI-196B: A NON-INFLATED HOT-JUPITER WITH A HIGH ALBEDO
    Santerne, A., Bonomo, A. S., Hebrard, G., Deleuil, M., Moutou, C., Almenara, J.-M., Bouchy, F., Diaz, R. F.
    2011, A&A, submitted (2011arXiv1108.0550S)

  39. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES III. KOI-423B: A 18 Mjup TRANSITING COMPANION AROUND A F7IV STAR
    Bouchy, F., Bonomo, A. S., Santerne, A., Moutou, C., Deleuil, M., Diaz, R. F., Eggenberger, A., Ehrenreich, D., Gry, C., Guillot, T., Havel, M., Hebrard, G., Udry, S.
    2011, A&A, 533, 83 (2011A&A...533A..83B)

  40. DETECTION OF VISIBLE LIGHT FROM THE DARKEST WORLD
    Kipping, David M., Spiegel, David S.
    2011, ApJ, 417, L88 (2011MNRAS.417L..88K)

  41. PROTOPLANETARY DISK RESONANCES AND TYPE I MIGRATION
    Tsang, David
    2011, ApJ, 741, 109 (2011ApJ...741..109T)

  42. HOMOGENEOUS STUDIES OF TRANSITING EXTRASOLAR PLANETS. IV. THIRTY SYSTEMS WITH SPACE-BASED LIGHT CURVES
    Southworth, J.
    2011, MNRAS, 417, 2166 (2011MNRAS.417.2166S)

  43. KEPLER AND GROUND-BASED TRANSITS OF THE EXO-NEPTUNE HAT-P-11B
    Deming, Drake, Sada, Pedro V., Jackson, Brian, Peterson, Steven W., Agol, Eric, Knutson, Heather A., Jennings, Donald E., Haase, Flynn, Bays, Kevin
    2011, ApJ, 740, 33 (2011ApJ...740...33D)

  44. KEPLER-10c, A 2.2-EARTH RADIUS TRANSITING PLANET IN A MULTIPLE SYSTEM
    Fressin, Francois, Torres, Guillermo, Desert, Jean-Michel, Charbonneau, David, Batalha, Natalie M., Fortney, Jonathan J., Rowe, Jason F., Allen, Christopher, Borucki, William J., Brown, Timothy M., Bryson, Stephen T., Ciardi, David R., Cochran, William D., Deming, Drake, Dunham, Edward W., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Gilliland, Ronald L., Henze, Christopher E., Holman, Matthew J., Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Kinemuchi, Karen, Knutson, Heather, Koch, David G., Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Ragozzine, Darin, Sasselov, Dimitar D., Still, Martin, Tenenbaum, Peter, Uddin, Kamal
    2011, ApJS, 197, 5 (2011ApJS..197....5F)

  45. WARM SATURNS: ON THE NATURE OF RINGS AROUND EXTRASOLAR PLANETS THAT RESIDE INSIDE THE ICE LINE
    Schlichting, Hilke E., Chang, Philip
    2011, ApJ, in press (2011arXiv1104.3863S)

  46. COULD COROT-7B AND KEPLER-10B BE REMNANTS OF EVAPORATED GAS OR ICE GIANTS?
    Leitzinger, M., Odert, P., Kulikov, Yu. N., Lammer, H., Wuchterl, G., Penz, T., Guarcello, M. G., Micela, G., Khodachenko, M. L., Weingrill, J., Hanslmeier, A., Biernat, H. K., Schneider, J.
    2011, ApJ, 738, 170 (2011P&SS...59.1472L)

  47. ON THE LOW FALSE POSITIVE PROBABILITIES OF KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES
    Morton, Timothy D., Johnson, John Asher
    2011, ApJ, 738, 170 (2011ApJ...738..170M)

  48. THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF EARTH ANALOG PLANETS ORBITING SUNLIKE STARS
    Catanzarite, Joseph, Shao, Michael
    2011, ApJ, 738, 151 (2011ApJ...738..151C)

  49. KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS ARE PREFERENTIALLY METAL RICH
    Schlaufman, Kevin C., Laughlin, Gregory
    2011, ApJ, 738, 177 (2011ApJ...738..177S)

  50. LUNA: AN ALGORITHM FOR GENERATING DYNAMIC PLANET-MOON TRANSITS
    Kipping, David M.
    2011, MNRAS, 416, 689 (2011MNRAS.416..689K)

  51. FORMATION AND STRUCTURE OF LOW DENSITY EXO-NEPTUNES
    Rogers, Leslie A., Bodenheimer, Peter, Lissauer, Jack J., Seager, Sara
    2011, ApJ, 738, 59 (2011ApJ...738...59R)

  52. CHARACTERISTICS OF PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER, II: ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF DATA
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Basri, Gibor, Batalha, Natalie, Brown, Timothy M., Bryson, Stephen T., Caldwell, Douglas, Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jørgen, Cochran, William D., DeVore, Edna, Dunham, Edward W., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald, Gould, Alan, Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Rowe, Jason, Sasselov, Dimitar, Boss, Alan, Charbonneau, David, Ciardi, David, Doyle, Laurance, Dupree, Andrea K., Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan, Holman, Matthew J., Seager, Sara, Steffen, Jason H., Tarter, Jill, Welsh, William F., Allen, Christopher, Buchhave, Lars A., Christiansen, Jessie L., Clarke, Bruce D., Das, Santanu, Désert, Jean-Michel, Endl, Michael, Fabrycky, Daniel, Fressin, Francois, Haas, Michael, Horch, Elliott, Howard, Andrew, Isaacson, Howard, Kjeldsen, Hans, Kolodziejczak, Jeffery, Kulesa, Craig, Li, Jie, Lucas, Philip W., Machalek, Pavel, McCarthy, Donald, MacQueen, Phillip, Meibom, Soren, Miquel, Thibaut, Prsa, Andrej, Quinn, Samuel N., Quintana, Elisa V., Ragozzine, Darin, Sherry, William, Shporer, Avi, Tenenbaum, Peter, Torres, Guillermo, Twicken, Joseph D., Van Cleve, Jeffrey, Walkowicz, Lucianne, Witteborn, Fred C., Still, Martin
    2011, ApJ, 736 19 (2011ApJ...736...19B)

  53. SPECKLE CAMERA OBSERVATIONS FOR THE NASA KEPLER MISSION FOLLOW-UP PROGRAM
    Howell, Steve B., Everett, Mark E., Sherry, William, Horch, Elliott, Ciardi, David R.
    2011, AJ, 142, 19 (2011AJ....142...19H)

  54. THE HIGH ALBEDO OF THE HOT JUPITER KEPLER-7b
    Demory, Brice-Olivier, Seager, Sara, Madhusudhan, Nikku, Kjeldsen, Hans, Christensen-Dalsgaard, Joergen, Gillon, Michael, Rowe, Jason F., Welsh, William F., Adams, Elisabeth R., Dupree, Andrea, McCarthy, Don, Kulesa, Craig, Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., the Kepler Science Team
    2011, ApJ, 735, L12 (2011ApJ...735L..12D)

  55. ASYMMETRIC TRANSIT CURVES AS INDICATION OF ORBITAL OBLIQUITY: CLUES FROM THE LATE-TYPE DWARF COMPANION IN KOI-13
    Szabo, Gy. M., Szabo, R., Benko, J. M., Lehmann, H., Mezo, Gy., Simon, A. E., Kovari, Zs., Hodosan, G., Regaly, Zs., Kiss, L
    2011, ApJ, 736, L4 (2011ApJ...736L...4S)

  56. PROSPECTS OF THE DETECTION OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS WITH KEPLER AND CoRoT USING THE VARIATIONS OF ECLIPSE TIMING
    Schwarz, R., Haghighipour, N., Eggl, S., Pilat-Lohinger, E., Funk, B.
    2011, MNRAS, 414, 2763 (2011MNRAS.414.2763S)

  57. EXPLORING THE HABITABLE ZONE FOR KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES
    Kaltenegger, L., Sasselov, D.
    2011, ApJ, 736, L25 (2011ApJ...736L..25K)

  58. THE MULTIPLE PLANETS TRANSITING KEPLER-9 I. INFERRING STELLAR PROPERTIES AND PLANETARY COMPOSITIONS
    Havel, Mathieu, Guillot, Tristan, Valencia, Diana, Crida, Aurelien
    2011, A&A, 531, 3 (2011A&A...531A...3H)

  59. STELLAR ACTIVITY OBSERVED BY THE KEPLER SPACE TELESCOPE: THE SYSTEMS WITH TWO PLANETS AND TWO ACTIVE LONGITUDES KOI 877 AND KOI 896
    Savanov, I. S.
    2011, Astronomy Reports,55, 341 (2011ARep...55..341S)

  60. A FIRST COMPARISON OF KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES IN SINGLE AND MULTIPLE SYSTEM
    Latham, David W., Rowe, Jason F., Quinn, Samuel N., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Brown, Timothy M., Bryson, Stephen T., Buchhave, Lars A., Caldwell, Douglas A., Carter, Joshua A., Christiansen, Jesse L., Ciardi, David R., Cochran, William D., Dunham, Edward W., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Gilliland, Ronald L., Holman, Matthew J., Howell, Steve B., Ibrahim, Khadeejah A., Isaacson, Howard, Basri, Gibor, Furesz, Gabor, Geary, John C., Jenkins, Jon M., Koch, David G., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Quintana, Elisa V., Ragozzine, Darin, Sasselov, Dimitar D., Shporer, Avi, Steffen, Jason H., Welsh, William F., Wohler, Bill
    2011, ApJ, 732, 24L (2011ApJ...732L..24L)

  61. ANALYSIS OF KEPLER'S SHORT-CADENCE PHOTOMETRY FOR TRES-2b
    Kipping, David M., Bakos, Gaspar A.
    2011, ApJ, 733, 36 (2011ApJ...733...36K)

  62. TIDAL EVOLUTION OF CLOSE-IN EXTRASOLAR PLANETS: HIGH STELLAR Q FROM NEW THEORETICAL MODELS
    Penev, Kaloyan, Sasselov, Dimitar
    2011, ApJ, 731, 67 (2011ApJ...731...67P)

  63. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES II. KOI-428b: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A SUBGIANT F-STAR
    Santerne A., Diaz R. F., Bouchy F., Deleuil M., Moutou C., Hebrard G., Eggenberger A., Ehrenreich D., Gry C., Udry S.
    2011, A&A, 528, 63 (2011A&A...528A..63S)

  64. AN INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS OF KEPLER-4b THROUGH KEPLER-8b
    Kipping, David, Bakos, Gaspa
    2011, A&A, 528, 63 (2011ApJ...730...50K)

  65. DISTORTED, NONSPHERICAL TRANSITING PLANETS: IMPACT ON THE TRANSIT DEPTH AND ON THE RADIUS DETERMINATION
    Leconte, J., Lai, D., Chabrier, G.
    2011, A&A, 528, 41 (2011A&A...528A..41L)

  66. KEPLER'S FIRST ROCKY PLANET: KEPLER-10b
    Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Bryson, Stephen T., Buchhave, Lars A., Caldwell, Douglas A., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jorgen, Ciardi, David, Dunham, Edward W., Fressin, Francois, Gautier, Thomas N., III, Gilliland, Ronald L., Haas, Michael R., Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Kjeldsen, Hans, Koch, David G., Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Rowe, Jason F., Sasselov, Dimitar D., Seager, Sara, Steffen, Jason H., Torres, Guillermo, Basri, Gibor S., Brown, Timothy M., Charbonneau, David, Christiansen, Jessie, Clarke, Bruce, Cochran, William D., Dupree, Andrea, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Fischer, Debra, Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan, Girouard, Forrest R., Holman, Matthew J., Johnson, John, Isaacson, Howard, Klaus, Todd C., Machalek, Pavel, Moorehead, Althea V., Morehead, Robert C., Ragozzine, Darin, Tenenbaum, Peter, Twicken, Joseph, Quinn, Samuel, VanCleve, Jeffrey, Walkowicz, Lucianne M., Welsh, William F., Devore, Edna, Gould, Alan
    2011, ApJ, 729, 27 (2011ApJ...729...27B)

  67. DISTORTED, NONSPHERICAL TRANSITING PLANETS: IMPACT ON THE TRANSIT DEPTH AND ON THE RADIUS DETERMINATION
    Leconte, J., Lai, D., Chabrier, G.
    2011, A&A, 528, 41 (2011A&A...528A..41L)

  68. A CLOSELY PACKED SYSTEM OF LOW-MASS, LOW-DENSITY PLANETS TRANSITING KEPLER-11
    Lissauer, Jack J., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., Borucki, William J., Fressin, Francois, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Orosz, Jerome A., Rowe, Jason F., Torres, Guillermo, Welsh, William F., Batalha, Natalie M., Bryson, Stephen T., Buchhave, Lars A., Caldwell, Douglas A., Carter, Joshua A., Charbonneau, David, Christiansen, Jessie L., Cochran, William D., Desert, Jean-Michel, Dunham, Edward W., Fanelli, Michael N., Fortney, Jonathan J., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Haas, Michael R., Hall, Jennifer R., Holman, Matthew J., Koch, David G., Latham, David W., Lopez, Eric, McCauliff, Sean, Miller, Neil, Morehead, Robert C., Quintana, Elisa V., Ragozzine, Darin, Sasselov, Dimitar, Short, Donald R., Steffen, Jason H.
    2011, Nature, 470, 53 (2011Natur.470...53L)

  69. ASTRONOMY: BEYOND THE STARS
    Reich, Eugenie Samuel
    2011, Nature, 470, 24 (2011Natur.470...24R)

  70. CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES BASED ON THE FIRST DATA SET
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Basri, Gibor, Batalha, Natalie, Boss, Alan, Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas, Christensen-Dalsgaard, Joergen, Cochran, William D., DeVore, Edna, Dunham, Edward W., Dupree, Andrea K., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald, Gould, Alan, Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Kjeldsen, Hans, Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Monet, David G., Sasselov, Dimitar, Tarter, Jill, Charbonneau, David, Doyle, Laurance, Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan, Holman, Matthew J., Seager, Sara, Steffen, Jason H., Welsh, William F., Allen, Christopher, Bryson, Stephen T., Buchhave, Lars, Chandrasekaran, Hema, Christiansen, Jessie L., Ciardi, David, Clarke, Bruce D., Dotson, Jessie L., Endl, Michael, Fischer, Debra, Fressin, Francois, Haas, Michael, Horch, Elliott, Howard, Andrew, Isaacson, Howard, Kolodziejczak, Jeffery, Li, Jie, MacQueen, Phillip, Meibom, Soeren, Prsa, Andrej, Quintana, Elisa V., Rowe, Jason, Sherry, William, Tenenbaum, Peter, Torres, Guillermo, Twicken, Joseph D., Van Cleve, Jeffrey, Walkowicz, Lucianne, Wu, Hayley
    2011, ApJ, 728, 117 (2011ApJ...728..117B)

  71. MODELING KEPLER TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES AS FALSE POSITIVES: REJECTION OF BLEND SCENARIOS FOR KEPLER-9, AND VALIDATION OF KEPLER-9d, A SUPER-EARTH-SIZE PLANET IN A MULTIPLE SYSTEM
    Torres, Guillermo, Fressin, Francois, Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Brown, Timothy M., Bryson, Stephen T., Buchhave, Lars A., Charbonneau, David, Ciardi, David R., Dunham, Edward W., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., Gautier, Thomas N., III, Gilliland, Ronald L., Holman, Matthew J., Howell, Steve B., Isaacson, Howard, Jenkins, Jon M., Koch, David G., Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Monet, David G., Prsa, Andrej, Quinn, Samuel N., Ragozzine, Darin, Rowe, Jason F., Sasselov, Dimitar D., Steffen, Jason H., Welsh, William F.
    2011, ApJ, 727, 24 (2011ApJ...727...24T)


2010

  1. THE VALUE OF SYSTEMS WITH MULTIPLE TRANSITING PLANETS
    Ragozzine, Darin, Holman, Matthew J.
    2010, ApJ, submitted (2010arXiv1006.3727R)

  2. FIVE KEPLER TARGET STARS THAT SHOW MULTIPLE TRANSITING EXOPLANET CANDIDATES
    Steffen, Jason H., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Buchhave, Lars A., Caldwell, Douglas A., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Fressin, Francois, Ford, Eric B., Fortney, Jonathan J., Haas, Michael J., Holman, Matthew J., Isaacson, Howard, Jenkins, Jon M., Koch, David, Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Moorhead, Althea V., Morehead, Robert C., Marcy, Geoffrey, MacQueen, Phillip J., Quinn, Samuel N., Ragozzine, Darin, Rowe, Jason F., Sasselov, Dimitar D., Seager, Sara, Torres, Guillermo, Welsh, William F.
    2010, ApJ, 725, 1226 (2010ApJ...725.1226S)

  3. KEPLER OBSERVATIONS OF THREE PRE-LAUNCH EXOPLANET CANDIDATES: DISCOVERY OF TWO ECLIPSING BINARIES AND A NEW EXOPLANET
    Howell, Steve B., Rowe, Jason F., Sherry, William, von Braun, Kaspar, Ciardi, David R., Bryson, Stephen T., Feldmeier, John J., Horch, Elliott, van Belle, Gerard T.
    2010, ApJ, 725, 1633 (2010ApJ...725.1633H)

  4. THE OBLIQUE ORBIT OF THE SUPER-NEPTUNE HAT-P-11B
    Winn Joshua N., Johnson John Asher, Howard Andrew W., Marcy Geoffrey W., Isaacson Howard, Shporer Avi, Bakos Gaspar A., Hartman Joel D., Albrecht Simon
    2010, ApJ, 723 L223 (2010ApJ...723L.223W)

  5. DISCOVERY AND ROSSITER-MCLAUGHLIN EFFECT OF EXOPLANET KEPLER-8b
    Jenkins, Jon M., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Cochran, William D., Welsh, William F., Basri, Gibor, Batalha, Natalie M., Buchhave, Lars A., Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Dunham, Edward W., Endl, Michael, Fischer, Debra A., Gautier, Thomas N., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Howell, Steve B., Isaacson, Howard, Johnson, John Asher, Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Monet, David G., Rowe, Jason F., Sasselov, Dimitar D., Howard, Andrew W., MacQueen, Phillip, Orosz, Jerome A., Chandrasekaran, Hema, Twicken, Joseph D., Bryson, Stephen T., Quintana, Elisa V., Clarke, Bruce D., Li, Jie, Allen, Christopher, Tenenbaum, Peter, Wu, Hayley, Meibom, Soeren, Klaus, Todd C., Middour, Christopher K., Cote, Miles T., McCauliff, Sean, Girouard, Forrest R., Gunter, Jay P., Wohler, Bill, Hall, Jennifer R., Ibrahim, Khadeejah, Kamal Uddin, AKM, Wu, Michael S., Bhavsar, Paresh A., Van Cleve, Jeffrey, Pletcher, David L., Dotson, Jessie L., Haas, Michael R.
    2010, ApJ, 724, 1108 (2010ApJ...724.1108J)

  6. KEPLER-9: A SYSTEM OF MULTIPLE PLANETS TRANSITING A SUN-LIKE STAR, CONFIRMED BY TIMING VARIATIONS
    Holman Matthew J., Fabrycky Daniel C., Ragozzine Darin, Ford Eric B., Steffen Jason H., Welsh William F., Lissauer Jack J., Latham David W., Marcy Geoffrey W., Walkowicz Lucianne M., Batalha Natalie M., Jenkins Jon M., Rowe Jason F., Cochran William D., Fressin Francois, Torres Guillermo, Buchhave Lars A., Sasselov Dimitar D., Borucki William J., Koch David G., Basri Gibor, Brown Timothy M., Caldwell Douglas A., Charbonneau David, Dunham Edward W., Gautier Thomas N., Geary John C., Gilliland Ronald L., Haas Michael R., Howell Steve B., Ciardi David R., Endl Michael, Fischer Debra, Furesz Gabor, Hartman Joel D., Isaacson Howard, Johnson John A., MacQueen Phillip J., Moorhead Althea V., Morehead Robert C., Orosz Jerome A.
    2010, Science, 330, 51 (2010Sci...330...51H)

  7. ATMOSPHERE AND SPECTRAL MODELS OF THE KEPLER-FIELD PLANETS HAT-P-7B AND TrES-2
    Spiegel David S., Burrows Adam
    2010, ApJ, 722, 871 (2010ApJ...722..871S)

  8. TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE: HOW THE TIDAL EVOLUTION OF HOT JUPITERS AFFECTS TRANSIT SURVEYS OF CLUSTERS
    Debes J.H., Jackson B.
    2010, ApJ, 723, 1703 (2010ApJ...723.1703D)

  9. THE OBLIQUE ORBIT OF THE SUPER-NEPTUNE HAT-P-11b
    Winn, Joshua N., Johnson, John Asher, Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Isaacson, Howard, Shporer, Avi, Bakos, Gaspar A., Hartman, Joel D., Albrecht, Simon
    2010, ApJ, 723, L223 (2010ApJ...723L.223W)

  10. A POPULATION OF VERY HOT SUPER-EARTHS IN MULTIPLE-PLANET SYSTEMS SHOULD BE UNCOVERED BY KEPLER
    Schlaufman K.C., Lin D.N.C., Ida S.
    2010, ApJ, 724, L53 (2010ApJ...724L..53S)

  11. THE INVISIBLE MAJORITY? EVOLUTION AND DETECTION OF OUTER PLANETARY SYSTEMS WITHOUT GAS GIANTS
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Gaudi, B. Scott
    2010, ApJ, 719, 1454 (2010ApJ...719.1454M)

  12. EVIDENCE OF POSSIBLE SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT ALONG THE LINE OF SIGHT IN TRANSITING EXOPLANET SYSTEMS
    Schlaufman, Kevin C.
    2010, ApJ, 719, 602 (2010ApJ...719..602S)

  13. DETECTING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS USING ECLIPSE TIMING OF BINARY STARS - NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
    Sybilski P., Konacki M., Kozlowski S.
    2010, MNRAS, 405, 657 (2010MNRAS.405..657S)

  14. THE DETECTABILITY OF TRANSIT DEPTH VARIATIONS DUE TO EXOPLANETARY OBLATENESS AND SPIN PRECESSION
    Carter, Joshua A., Winn, Joshua N.
    2010, ApJ, 716, 850 (2010ApJ...716..850C)

  15. ON THE APPARENT ORBITAL INCLINATION CHANGE OF THE EXTRASOLAR TRANSITING PLANET TRES-2B
    Scuderi, Louis J., Dittmann, Jason A., Males, Jared R., Green, Elizabeth M., Close, Laird M.
    2010, ApJ, 714, 462 (2010ApJ...714..462S)

  16. THE DISCOVERY OF ELLIPSOIDAL VARIATIONS IN THE KEPLER LIGHT CURVE OF HAT-P-7
    Welsh, William F., Orosz, Jerome A., Seager, Sara, Fortney, Jonathan J., Jenkins, Jon, Rowe, Jason F., Koch, David, Borucki, William J.
    2010, ApJ, 713, L145 (2010ApJ...713L.145W)

  17. KEPLER-7B: A TRANSITING PLANET WITH UNUSUALLY LOW DENSITY
    Latham, David W., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Brown, Timothy M., Buchhave, Lars A., Basri, Gibor, Batalha, Natalie M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Cochran, William D., Dunham, Edward W., Furesz, Gabor, Gautier, Thomas N., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Monet, David G., Rowe, Jason F., Sasselov, Dimitar D.
    2010, ApJ, 713, L140 (2010ApJ...713L.140L)

  18. KEPLER-6B: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER ORBITING A METAL-RICH STAR
    Dunham, Edward W., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Batalha, Natalie M., Buchhave, Lars A., Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, Fischer, Debra, Furesz, Gabor, Gautier, Thomas N., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Gould, Alan, Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Kjeldsen, Hans, Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Meibom, Soren, Monet, David G., Rowe, Jason F., Sasselov, Dimitar D.
    2010, ApJ, 713, L136 (2010ApJ...713L.136D)

  19. DISCOVERY OF THE TRANSITING PLANET KEPLER-5B
    Koch, David G., Borucki, William J., Rowe, Jason F., Batalha, Natalie M., Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Caldwell, John, Cochran, William D., DeVore, Edna, Dunham, Edward W., Dupree, Andrea K., Gautier, Thomas N., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ron L., Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoff W., Morrison, David, Tarter, Jill
    2010, ApJ, 713, L131 (2010ApJ...713L.131K)

  20. KEPLER-4B: A HOT NEPTUNE-LIKE PLANET OF A G0 STAR NEAR MAIN-SEQUENCE TURNOFF
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Brown, Timothy M., Basri, Gibor, Batalha, Natalie M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Cochran, William D., Dunham, Edward W., Gautier, Thomas N., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald L., Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Latham, David W., Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Monet, David, Rowe, Jason F., Sasselov, Dimitar
    2010, ApJ, 713, L126 (2010ApJ...713L.126B)

  21. INITIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER LONG CADENCE DATA FOR DETECTING TRANSITING PLANETS
    Jenkins, Jon M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Chandrasekaran, Hema, Twicken, Joseph D., Bryson, Stephen T., Quintana, Elisa V., Clarke, Bruce D., Li, Jie, Allen, Christopher, Tenenbaum, Peter, Wu, Hayley, Klaus, Todd C., Van Cleve, Jeffrey, Dotson, Jessie A., Haas, Michael R., Gilliland, Ronald L., Koch, David G., Borucki, William J.
    2010, ApJ, 713, L126 (2010ApJ...713L.120J)

  22. SELECTION, PRIORITIZATION, AND CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER TARGET STARS
    Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Bryson, Stephen T., Haas, Michael. R., Brown, Timothy M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Hall, Jennifer R., Gilliland, Ronald L., Latham, David W., Meibom, Soren, Monet, David G.
    2010, ApJ, 713, L126 (2010ApJ...713L.109B)

  23. PRE-SPECTROSCOPIC FALSE-POSITIVE ELIMINATION OF KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES
    Batalha, Natalie M., Rowe, Jason F., Gilliland, Ronald L., Jenkins, Jon J., Caldwell, Douglas, Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Lissauer, Jack J., Dunham, Edward W., Gautier, Thomas N., Howell, Steve B., Latham, David W., Marcy, Geoff W., Prsa, Andrej
    2010, ApJ, 713, L103 (2010ApJ...713L.103B)

  24. CHARACTERIZING HABITABLE EXOMOONS
    Kaltenegger L.
    2010, ApJ, 712, L125 (2010ApJ...712L.125K)

  25. STUDYING THE ATMOSPHERE OF THE EXOPLANET HAT-P-7B VIA SECONDARY ECLIPSE MEASUREMENTS WITH EPOXI, SPITZER, AND KEPLER
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Ballard, Sarah, Charbonneau, David, Madhusudhan, Nikku, Seager, Sara, Holman, Matthew J., Wellnitz, Dennis D., Deming, Drake, A'Hearn, Michael F., the EPOXI Team
    2010, ApJ, 710, 97 (2010ApJ...710...97C)

  26. KEPLER PLANET-DETECTION MISSION: INTRODUCTION AND FIRST RESULTS
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David, Basri, Gibor, Batalha, Natalie, Brown, Timothy, Caldwell, Douglas, Caldwell, John, Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jorgen, Cochran, William D., DeVore, Edna, Dunham, Edward W., Dupree, Andrea K., Gautier, Thomas N., Geary, John C., Gilliland, Ronald, Gould, Alan, Howell, Steve B., Jenkins, Jon M., Kondo, Yoji, Latham, David W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Meibom, Soren, Kjeldsen, Hans, Lissauer, Jack J., Monet, David G., Morrison, David, Sasselov, Dimitar, Tarter, Jill, Boss, Alan, Brownlee, Don, Owen, Toby, Buzasi, Derek, Charbonneau, David, Doyle, Laurance, Fortney, Jonathan, Ford, Eric B., Holman, Matthew J., Seager, Sara, Steffen, Jason H., Welsh, William F., Rowe, Jason, Anderson, Howard, Buchhave, Lars, Ciardi, David, Walkowicz, Lucianne, Sherry, William, Horch, Elliott, Isaacson, Howard, Everett, Mark E., Fischer, Debra, Torres, Guillermo, Johnson, John Asher, Endl, Michael, MacQueen, Phillip, Bryson, Stephen T., Dotson, Jessie, Haas, Michael, Kolodziejczak, Jeffrey, Van Cleve, Jeffrey, Chandrasekaran, Hema, Twicken, Joseph D., Quintana, Elisa V., Clarke, Bruce D., Allen, Christopher, Li, Jie, Wu, Haley, Tenenbaum, Peter, Verner, Ekaterina, Bruhweiler, Frederick, Barnes, Jason, Prsa, Andrej
    2010, Science, 327, 977 (2010Sci...327..977B)

  27. RADII OF RAPIDLY ROTATING STARS, WITH APPLICATION TO TRANSITING-PLANET HOSTS
    Brown, Timothy M.
    2010, ApJ, 709, 535 (2010ApJ...709..535B)


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