Kepler/K2 exoplanets publications

2018

  1. A NEW AB INITIO EQUATION OF STATE OF HCP-FE AND ITS IMPLICATION ON THE INTERIOR STRUCTURE AND MASS-RADIUS RELATIONS OF ROCKY SUPER-EARTHS
    Hakim, Kaustubh, Rivoldini, Attilio, Van Hoolst, Tim, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Icar..313...61H)

  2. THE ARCHITECTURE AND FORMATION OF THE KEPLER-30 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Panichi, F., Goździewski, K., Migaszewski, C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478.2480P)

  3. THE DYNAMICAL EVOLUTION OF TRANSITING PLANETARY SYSTEMS INCLUDING A REALISTIC COLLISION PRESCRIPTION
    Mustill, Alexander J., Davies, Melvyn B., Johansen, Anders
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478.2896M)

  4. KEPLER'S DARK WORLDS: A LOW ALBEDO FOR AN ENSEMBLE OF NEPTUNIAN AND TERRAN EXOPLANETS
    Jansen, Tiffany, Kipping, David
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478.3025J)

  5. HD 89345: A BRIGHT OSCILLATING STAR HOSTING A TRANSITING WARM SATURN-SIZED PLANET OBSERVED BY K2
    Van Eylen, V., Dai, F., Mathur, S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478.4866V)

  6. K2-237 B AND K2-238 B: DISCOVERY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TWO NEW TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS FROM K2
    Soto, M. G., Díaz, M. R., Jenkins, J. S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478.5356S)

  7. EVIDENCE OF A SUB-SATURN AROUND EPIC 211945201
    Chakraborty, Abhijit, Roy, Arpita, Sharma, Rishikesh, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156....3C)

  8. AN HST/WFC3 THERMAL EMISSION SPECTRUM OF THE HOT JUPITER HAT-P-7B
    Mansfield, Megan, Bean, Jacob L., Line, Michael R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156...10M)

  9. PLANETARY CANDIDATES FROM K2 CAMPAIGN 16
    Yu, Liang, Crossfield, Ian J. M., Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156...22Y)

  10. THE EXOPLANET POPULATION OBSERVATION SIMULATOR. I. THE INNER EDGES OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Mulders, Gijs D., Pascucci, Ilaria, Apai, Dániel, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156...24M)

  11. KEPLER-503B: AN OBJECT AT THE HYDROGEN BURNING MASS LIMIT ORBITING A SUBGIANT STAR
    Cañas, Caleb I., Bender, Chad F., Mahadevan, Suvrath, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...861L...4C)

  12. DO CLOSE-IN GIANT PLANETS ORBITING EVOLVED STARS PREFER ECCENTRIC ORBITS?
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...861L...5G)

  13. RESONANT CAPTURE AND TIDAL EVOLUTION IN CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS: TESTING THE CASE OF KEPLER-38
    Zoppetti, F. A., Beaugé, C., Leiva, A. M.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.5301Z)

  14. ECCENTRICITIES AND INCLINATIONS OF MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS WITH EXTERNAL PERTURBERS
    Pu, Bonan, Lai, Dong
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478..197P)

  15. ABSOLUTE DENSITIES IN EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS: PHOTODYNAMICAL MODELLING OF KEPLER-138
    Almenara, J. M., Díaz, R. F., Dorn, C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478..460A)

  16. REASSESSING EXOPLANET LIGHT CURVES WITH A THERMAL MODEL
    Adams, Arthur D., Laughlin, Gregory
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156...28A)

  17. THE IMPACT OF STELLAR DISTANCES ON HABITABLE ZONE PLANETS
    Kane, Stephen R.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180700378K)

  18. THE ORBITAL ECCENTRICITY OF SMALL PLANET SYSTEMS
    Van Eylen, Vincent, Albrecht, Simon, Huang, Xu, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180700549V)

  19. THE 0.6-4.55$\MU$M BROADBAND TRANSMISSION SPECTRA OF TRAPPIST-1 PLANETS
    Ducrot, E., Sestovic, M., Morris, B. M., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180701402D)

  20. THE NATURE OF THE TRAPPIST-1 EXOPLANETS
    Grimm, Simon L., Demory, Brice-Olivier, Gillon, Michaël, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...613A..68G)

  21. A HOT SATURN ON AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT AROUND THE GIANT STAR K2-132
    Jones, M. I., Brahm, R., Espinoza, N., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...613A..76J)

  22. OBLIQUITY VARIATIONS OF HABITABLE ZONE PLANETS KEPLER-62F AND KEPLER-186F
    Shan, Yutong, Li, Gongjie
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..237S)

  23. BIASES IN PLANET OCCURRENCE CAUSED BY UNRESOLVED BINARIES IN TRANSIT SURVEYS
    Bouma, L. G., Masuda, Kento, Winn, Joshua N.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..244B)

  24. HAT-P-11: DISCOVERY OF A SECOND PLANET AND A CLUE TO UNDERSTANDING EXOPLANET OBLIQUITIES
    Yee, Samuel W., Petigura, Erik A., Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..255Y)

  25. THE CARMENES SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AROUND M DWARFS: A LOW-MASS PLANET IN THE TEMPERATE ZONE OF THE NEARBY K2-18
    Sarkis, Paula, Henning, Thomas, Kürster, Martin, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..257S)

  26. PROBING SIGNATURES OF A DISTANT PLANET AROUND THE YOUNG T-TAURI STAR CI TAU HOSTING A POSSIBLE HOT JUPITER
    Konishi, Mihoko, Hashimoto, Jun, Hori, Yasunori
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...859L..28K)

  27. MODAL DECOMPOSITION OF TTV: INFERRING PLANET MASSES AND ECCENTRICITIES
    Linial, Itai, Gilbaum, Shmuel, Sari, Re’em
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860...16L)

  28. EXPLORING KEPLER GIANT PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Hill, Michelle L., Kane, Stephen R., Seperuelo Duarte, Eduardo, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860...67H)

  29. ABOUT 30% OF SUN-LIKE STARS HAVE KEPLER-LIKE PLANETARY SYSTEMS: A STUDY OF THEIR INTRINSIC ARCHITECTURE
    Zhu, Wei, Petrovich, Cristobal, Wu, Yanqin, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860..101Z)

  30. GIANT PLANETS AROUND FGK STARS PROBABLY FORM THROUGH CORE ACCRETION
    Wang, Wei, Wang, Liang, Li, Xiang, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860..136W)

  31. EVAPORATION OF LOW-MASS PLANET ATMOSPHERES: MULTIDIMENSIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS WITH CONSISTENT THERMOCHEMISTRY
    Wang, Lile, Dai, Fei
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860..175W)

  32. ORBITAL ALIGNMENT OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS THAT FORM IN MISALIGNED CIRCUMBINARY DISCS: THE CASE OF KEPLER-413B
    Pierens, A., Nelson, R. P.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.2547P)

  33. K2-232 B: A TRANSITING WARM SATURN ON AN ECCENTRIC P = 11.2 D ORBIT AROUND A V = 9.9 STAR
    Brahm, R., Espinoza, N., Jordán, A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.2572B)

  34. MIGRATION-DRIVEN DIVERSITY OF SUPER-EARTH COMPOSITIONS
    Raymond, Sean N., Boulet, Thibault, Izidoro, Andre, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.tmpL.103R)

  35. TWO PLANETARY SYSTEMS WITH TRANSITING EARTH-SIZE AND SUPER-EARTH PLANETS ORBITING LATE-TYPE DWARF STARS
    Alonso, E. Díez, Hernández, J. I. González, Suárez Gómez, S. L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.tmpL.105A)

  36. KEPLER DATA VALIDATION I—ARCHITECTURE, DIAGNOSTIC TESTS, AND DATA PRODUCTS FOR VETTING TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES
    Twicken, Joseph D., Catanzarite, Joseph H., Clarke, Bruce D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130f4502T)

  37. MIGRATION OF PLANETS IN CIRCUMBINARY DISCS
    Thun, Daniel, Kley, Wilhelm
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180600314T)

  38. TWO PLANETARY SYSTEMS WITH TRANSITING EARTH-SIZE AND SUPER-EARTH PLANETS ORBITING LATE-TYPE DWARF STARS
    Diez Alonso, E., Gonzalez Hernandez, J. I., Suarez Gomez, S. L., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180601181D)

  39. A TESS DRESS REHEARSAL: PLANETARY CANDIDATES AND VARIABLES FROM K2 CAMPAIGN 17
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Guerrero, Natalia, David, Trevor, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180603127C)

  40. A 2 EARTH RADIUS PLANET ORBITING THE BRIGHT NEARBY K-DWARF WOLF 503
    Peterson, Merrin S., Benneke, Björn, Dressing, Courtney D., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180603494P)

  41. EPIC 201498078B: A LOW DENSITY SUPER NEPTUNE ON AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT
    Brahm, Rafael, Espinoza, Nestor, Rabus, Markus, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180604073B)

  42. REVISITING THE EXOMOON CANDIDATE SIGNAL AROUND KEPLER-1625B
    Rodenbeck, Kai, Heller, René, Hippke, Michael, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180604672R)

  43. MASS AND MASS SCALINGS OF SUPER-EARTHS
    Wu, Yanqin
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180604693W)

  44. PLANET SIZE DISTRIBUTION FROM THE KEPLER MISSION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PLANET FORMATION
    Zeng, Li, Jacobsen, Stein B., Hyung, Eugenia, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180605909Z)

  45. STABILITY OF EXOMOONS AROUND THE KEPLER TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Hamers, Adrian S., Cai, Maxwell X., Roa, Javier, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180606075H)

  46. EPIC 246911830 B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING AN F STAR, AND EPIC 201498078 B: A WARM SATURN AROUND A BRIGHT G STAR
    Johnson, M. C., Dai, F., Justesen, A. B., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180606099J)

  47. FORMATION OF HOT JUPITERS THROUGH DISK MIGRATION AND EVOLVING STELLAR TIDES
    Heller, René
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180606601H)

  48. A COMPACT MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM WITH A SIGNIFICANTLY MISALIGNED ULTRA SHORT PERIOD PLANET
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Becker, Juliette C., Eastman, Jason D., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180608368R)

  49. THE LONGEST PERIOD TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATE FROM K2
    Giles, H. A. C., Osborn, H. P., Blanco-Cuaresma, S., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180608757G)

  50. AN EXCESS OF JUPITER ANALOGS IN SUPER-EARTH SYSTEMS
    Bryan, Marta L., Knutson, Heather A., Fulton, BJ, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180608799B)

  51. DYNAMICS AND FORMATION OF THE NEAR-RESONANT K2-24 SYSTEM: INSIGHTS FROM TRANSIT-TIMING VARIATIONS AND RADIAL VELOCITIES
    Petigura, Erik A., Benneke, Björn, Batygin, Konstantin, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180608959P)

  52. SPECIAL CASES : MOONS, RINGS, COMETS, TROJANS
    Cabrera, Juan, Fernandez Jimenez, Maria, Garcia Munoz, Antonio, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180610032C)

  53. MEASURING THE RECOVERABILITY OF CLOSE BINARIES IN GAIA DR2 WITH THE ROBO-AO KEPLER SURVEY
    Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180610142Z)

  54. SURVIVAL FUNCTION ANALYSIS OF PLANET SIZE DISTRIBUTION WITH GAIA DATA RELEASE 2 UPDATES
    Zeng, Li, Jacobsen, Stein B., Sasselov, Dimitar D., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180611234Z)

  55. 44 VALIDATED PLANETS FROM K2 CAMPAIGN 10
    Livingston, John H., Endl, Michael, Dai, Fei, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180611504L)

  56. KEPLER OBJECT OF INTEREST NETWORK II. PHOTODYNAMICAL MODELLING OF KEPLER-9 OVER 8 YEARS OF TRANSIT OBSERVATIONS
    Freudenthal, J., von Essen, C., Dreizler, S., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180700007F)

  57. THE WARM NEPTUNES AROUND HD 106315 HAVE LOW STELLAR OBLIQUITIES
    Zhou, George, Rodriguez, Joseph E., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180700024Z)

  58. K2-141 B. A 5-M SUPER-EARTH TRANSITING A K7 V STAR EVERY 6.7 H
    Barragán, O., Gandolfi, D., Dai, F., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...612A..95B)

  59. A TEMPERATE EXO-EARTH AROUND A QUIET M DWARF AT 3.4 PARSEC
    Bonfils, X., Astudillo-Defru, N., Díaz, R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...613A..25B)

  60. AN ACCURATE MASS DETERMINATION FOR KEPLER-1655B, A MODERATELY IRRADIATED WORLD WITH A SIGNIFICANT VOLATILE ENVELOPE
    Haywood, Raphaëlle D., Vanderburg, Andrew, Mortier, Annelies, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..203H)

  61. IMPROVING THE ACCURACY OF PLANET OCCURRENCE RATES FROM KEPLER USING APPROXIMATE BAYESIAN COMPUTATION
    Hsu, Danley C., Ford, Eric B., Ragozzine, Darin, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..205H)

  62. SYSTEMATIC SEARCH FOR RINGS AROUND KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES: CONSTRAINTS ON RING SIZE AND OCCURRENCE RATE
    Aizawa, Masataka, Masuda, Kento, Kawahara, Hajime, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..206A)

  63. A SEARCH FOR TECHNOSIGNATURES FROM 14 PLANETARY SYSTEMS IN THE KEPLER FIELD WITH THE GREEN BANK TELESCOPE AT 1.15─1.73 GHZ
    Margot, Jean-Luc, Greenberg, Adam H., Pinchuk, Pavlo, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..209M)

  64. KEPLER’S EARTH-LIKE PLANETS SHOULD NOT BE CONFIRMED WITHOUT INDEPENDENT DETECTION: THE CASE OF KEPLER-452B
    Mullally, Fergal, Thompson, Susan E., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..210M)

  65. THREE SMALL PLANETS TRANSITING THE BRIGHT YOUNG FIELD STAR K2-233
    David, Trevor J., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Benneke, Björn, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..222D)

  66. AN IMPROVED TRANSIT MEASUREMENT FOR A 2.4 R PLANET ORBITING A BRIGHT MID-M DWARF K2─28
    Chen, Ge, Knutson, Heather A., Dressing, Courtney D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..223C)

  67. HOST STAR DEPENDENCE OF SMALL PLANET MASS─RADIUS DISTRIBUTIONS
    Neil, Andrew R., Rogers, Leslie A.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...858...58N)

  68. ON THE LACK OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS ORBITING ISOLATED BINARY STARS
    Fleming, David P., Barnes, Rory, Graham, David E., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...858...86F)

  69. A HARDCORE MODEL FOR CONSTRAINING AN EXOPLANET'S CORE SIZE
    Suissa, Gabrielle, Chen, Jingjing, Kipping, David
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476.2613S)

  70. A SYSTEM OF THREE TRANSITING SUPER-EARTHS IN A COOL DWARF STAR
    Díez Alonso, E., Suárez& Gómez, S. L., González Hernández, J. I., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476L..50D)

  71. EXOPLANET RECYCLING IN MASSIVE WHITE-DWARF DEBRIS DISCS
    van Lieshout, R., Kral, Q., Charnoz, S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.tmp.1245V)

  72. RELIABILITY OF STELLAR INCLINATION ESTIMATED FROM ASTEROSEISMOLOGY: ANALYTICAL CRITERIA, MOCK SIMULATIONS AND KEPLER DATA ANALYSIS
    Kamiaka, Shoya, Benomar, Othman, Suto, Yasushi
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.tmp.1301K)

  73. AN EARTH-SIZED EXOPLANET WITH A MERCURY-LIKE COMPOSITION
    Santerne, A., Brugger, B., Armstrong, D. J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018NatAs...2..393S)

  74. THE NN-EXPLORE EXOPLANET STELLAR SPECKLE IMAGER: INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS
    Scott, Nicholas J., Howell, Steve B., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130e4502S)

  75. REVISED RADII OF KEPLER STARS AND PLANETS USING GAIA DATA RELEASE 2
    Berger, Travis A., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180500231B)

  76. THE CALIFORNIA KEPLER SURVEY VII. PRECISE PLANET RADII LEVERAGING GAIA DR2 REVEAL THE STELLAR MASS DEPENDENCE OF THE PLANET RADIUS GAP
    Fulton, Benjamin J., Petigura, Erik A.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180501453F)

  77. DETECTING EXOMOONS VIA DOPPLER MONITORING OF DIRECTLY IMAGED EXOPLANETS
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Rappaport, Saul A., Mayo, Andrew W.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180501903V)

  78. THE SUPER EARTH-COLD JUPITER RELATIONS
    Zhu, Wei, Wu, Yanqin
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180502660Z)

  79. GIANT PLANETS AROUND FGK STARS FORM PROBABLY THROUGH CORE ACCRETION
    Wang, Wei, Wang, Liang, Li, Xiang, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180502721W)

  80. STATISTICAL TRENDS IN THE OBLIQUITY DISTRIBUTION OF EXOPLANET SYSTEMS
    Muñoz, Diego J., Perets, Hagai B.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180503654M)

  81. TWO THOUSAND KEPLER PHASE CURVES FROM PHASMA
    Kipping, David, Sandford, Emily, Jansen, Tiffany
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180504121K)

  82. AN 8 MEARTH SUPER-EARTH IN A 2.2 DAY ORBIT AROUND THE K5V STAR K2-216
    Persson, C. M., Fridlund, M., Barragán, O., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180504774P)

  83. TIDAL EVOLUTION OF KEPLER LOWER-MASS PLANETS
    Dong, Yao, Ji, Jianghui, Wang, Su
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180504885D)

  84. SUN FLUX VARIATION DUE TO THE EFFECTS OF ORBITING PLANETS. CASE OF STUDY OF A NON-COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Barbier, H., López, E. D., Tipán, B., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180506526B)

  85. PLANETS, CANDIDATES, AND BINARIES FROM THE COROT/EXOPLANET PROGRAMME: THE COROT TRANSIT CATALOGUE
    Deleuil, M., Aigrain, S., Moutou, C., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180507164D)

  86. STELLAR COMPANIONS OF EXOPLANET HOST STARS IN K2
    Matson, Rachel A., Howell, Steve B., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180508844M)

  87. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT) VII: A TEMPERATE CANDIDATE SUPER-EARTH IN THE HYADES CLUSTER
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Mann, Andrew W., Rizzuto, Aaron, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180511117V)

  88. YOUNG PLANETS UNDER EXTREME UV IRRADIATION. I. UPPER ATMOSPHERE MODELLING OF THE YOUNG EXOPLANET K2-33B
    Kubyshkina, D., Lendl, M., Fossati, L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...612A..25K)

  89. PEPSI DEEP SPECTRA. III. CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ANCIENT PLANET-HOST STAR KEPLER-444
    Mack, C. E., Strassmeier, K. G., Ilyin, I., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...612A..46M)

  90. MAGELLAN/PFS RADIAL VELOCITIES OF GJ 9827, A LATE K DWARF AT 30 PC WITH THREE TRANSITING SUPER-EARTHS
    Teske, Johanna K., Wang, Sharon, Wolfgang, Angie, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..148T)

  91. VALIDATION AND INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LONG-PERIOD PLANET KEPLER-1654 B
    Beichman, C. A., Giles, H. A. C., Akeson, R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..158B)

  92. ROBO-AO KEPLER SURVEY. IV. THE EFFECT OF NEARBY STARS ON 3857 PLANETARY CANDIDATE SYSTEMS
    Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..161Z)

  93. THE RESILIENCE OF KEPLER SYSTEMS TO STELLAR OBLIQUITY
    Spalding, Christopher, Marx, Noah W., Batygin, Konstantin
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..167S)

  94. K2-231 B: A SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANET TRANSITING A SOLAR TWIN IN RUPRECHT 147
    Curtis, Jason Lee, Vanderburg, Andrew, Torres, Guillermo, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..173C)

  95. STELLAR OBLIQUITY AND MAGNETIC ACTIVITY OF PLANET-HOSTING STARS AND ECLIPSING BINARIES BASED ON TRANSIT CHORD CORRELATION
    Dai, Fei, Winn, Joshua N., Berta-Thompson, Zachory, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..177D)

  96. A CATALOG OF COOL DWARF TARGETS FOR THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE
    Muirhead, Philip S., Dressing, Courtney D., Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..180M)

  97. EXOPLANET CLASSIFICATION AND YIELD ESTIMATES FOR DIRECT IMAGING MISSIONS
    Kopparapu, Ravi Kumar, Hébrard, Eric, Belikov, Rus, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856..122K)

  98. STABILITY LIMITS OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: IS THERE A PILE-UP IN THE KEPLER CBPS?
    Quarles, B., Satyal, S., Kostov, V., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856..150Q)

  99. A UNIVERSAL BREAK IN THE PLANET-TO-STAR MASS-RATIO FUNCTION OF KEPLER MKG STARS
    Pascucci, Ilaria, Mulders, Gijs D., Gould, Andrew, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856L..28P)

  100. POSSIBLE BRIGHT STARSPOTS ON TRAPPIST-1
    Morris, Brett M., Agol, Eric, Davenport, James R. A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...857...39M)

  101. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER. VIII. A FULLY AUTOMATED CATALOG WITH MEASURED COMPLETENESS AND RELIABILITY BASED ON DATA RELEASE 25
    Thompson, Susan E., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Hoffman, Kelsey, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..235...38T)

  102. EXOPLANETS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
    Lee, Chien-Hsiu
    2018, refereed (2018Galax...6...51L)

  103. K2-139 B: A LOW-MASS WARM JUPITER ON A 29-D ORBIT TRANSITING AN ACTIVE K0 V STAR
    Barragán, O., Gandolfi, D., Smith, A. M. S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475.1765B)

  104. K2-140B - AN ECCENTRIC 6.57 D TRANSITING HOT JUPITER IN VIRGO
    Giles, H. A. C., Bayliss, D., Espinoza, N., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475.1809G)

  105. HOW DO EXTERNAL COMPANIONS AFFECT SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT OF HOT JUPITERS?
    Lai, Dong, Anderson, Kassandra R., Pu, Bonan
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475.5231L)

  106. A PILOT INVESTIGATION TO CONSTRAIN THE PRESENCE OF RING SYSTEMS AROUND TRANSITING EXOPLANETS
    Hatchett, W. Timothy, Barnes, Jason W., Ahlers, John P., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018NewA...60...88H)

  107. SIMULATED JWST/NIRISS TRANSIT SPECTROSCOPY OF ANTICIPATED TESS PLANETS COMPARED TO SELECT DISCOVERIES FROM SPACE-BASED AND GROUND-BASED SURVEYS
    Louie, Dana R., Deming, Drake, Albert, Loic, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130d4401L)

  108. SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OF COOL STARS: EXTENDED ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Brewer, John M., Fischer, Debra A.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180400673B)

  109. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES XVIII. RADIAL VELOCITY CONFIRMATION, ABSOLUTE MASSES AND RADII, AND ORIGIN OF THE KEPLER-419 MULTIPLANETARY SYSTEM
    Almenara, J. M., Díaz, R. F., Hébrard, G., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180401869A)

  110. TRANSITING DISINTEGRATING PLANETARY DEBRIS AROUND WD 1145+017
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Rappaport, Saul A.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180401997V)

  111. ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS FROM SECULAR CHAOS
    Petrovich, Cristobal, Deibert, Emily, Wu, Yanqin
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180405065P)

  112. IDENTIFYING INFLATED SUPER-EARTHS AND PHOTO-EVAPORATED CORES
    Carrera, Daniel, Ford, Eric B., Izidoro, Andre, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180405069C)

  113. CHARACTERIZING K2 CANDIDATE PLANETARY SYSTEMS ORBITING LOW-MASS STARS III: A HIGH MASS & LOW ENVELOPE FRACTION FOR THE WARM NEPTUNE K2-55B
    Dressing, Courtney D., Sinukoff, Evan, Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180405148D)

  114. WASP-104B IS DARKER THAN CHARCOAL
    Močnik, T., Hellier, C., Southworth, J.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180405334M)

  115. COMPARISON OF THE POWER-2 LIMB-DARKENING LAW FROM THE STAGGER-GRID TO KEPLER LIGHT CURVES OF TRANSITING EXOPLANETS
    Maxted, P. F. L.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180407943M)

  116. A NEW METHOD TO COMPUTE LIMB-DARKENING COEFFICIENTS FOR STELLAR ATMOSPHERE MODELS WITH SPHERICAL SYMMETRY: THE SPACE MISSIONS TESS, KEPLER, COROT, AND MOST
    Claret, Antonio
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180410135C)

  117. THE EFFECTS OF STELLAR COMPANIONS ON EXOPLANET RADIUS DISTRIBUTIONS
    Teske, Johanna K., Ciardi, David R., Howell, Steve B., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180410170T)

  118. ROBO-AO KEPLER SURVEY V: THE EFFECT OF PHYSICALLY ASSOCIATED STELLAR COMPANIONS ON PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180410208Z)

  119. LIGHT-CURVE ANALYSIS OF KOI 2700B: THE SECOND EXTRASOLAR PLANET WITH A COMET-LIKE TAIL
    Garai, Z.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...611A..63G)

  120. AN ULTRA-SHORT PERIOD ROCKY SUPER-EARTH WITH A SECONDARY ECLIPSE AND A NEPTUNE-LIKE COMPANION AROUND K2-141
    Malavolta, Luca, Mayo, Andrew W., Louden, Tom, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..107M)

  121. HAT-TR-318-007: A DOUBLE-LINED M DWARF BINARY WITH TOTAL SECONDARY ECLIPSES DISCOVERED BY HATNET AND OBSERVED BY K2
    Hartman, J. D., Quinn, S. N., Bakos, G. Á., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..114H)

  122. THREE SMALL PLANETS TRANSITING A HYADES STAR
    Livingston, John H., Dai, Fei, Hirano, Teruyuki, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..115L)

  123. HATS-36B AND 24 OTHER TRANSITING/ECLIPSING SYSTEMS FROM THE HATSOUTH-K2 CAMPAIGN 7 PROGRAM
    Bayliss, D., Hartman, J. D., Zhou, G., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..119B)

  124. K2-155: A BRIGHT METAL-POOR M DWARF WITH THREE TRANSITING SUPER-EARTHS
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Dai, Fei, Livingston, John H., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..124H)

  125. EXOPLANETS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS UNVEILED BY K2
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Dai, Fei, Gandolfi, Davide, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..127H)

  126. NO METALLICITY CORRELATION ASSOCIATED WITH THE KEPLER DICHOTOMY
    Munoz Romero, Carlos E., Kempton, Eliza M. -R.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..134M)

  127. 275 CANDIDATES AND 149 VALIDATED PLANETS ORBITING BRIGHT STARS IN K2 CAMPAIGNS 0─10
    Mayo, Andrew W., Vanderburg, Andrew, Latham, David W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..136M)

  128. THE DYNAMICS OF TIGHTLY-PACKED PLANETARY SYSTEMS IN THE PRESENCE OF AN OUTER PLANET: CASE STUDIES USING KEPLER-11 AND KEPLER-90
    Granados Contreras, A. P., Boley, A. C.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..139G)

  129. ANALYSIS OF THE EXOPLANET CONTAINING SYSTEM KEPLER-13
    Budding, E., Püsküllü, Ç., Rhodes, M. D.
    2018, refereed (2018Ap&SS.363...60B)

  130. IDENTIFYING YOUNG KEPLER PLANET HOST STARS FROM KECK─HIRES SPECTRA OF LITHIUM
    Berger, Travis A., Howard, Andrew W., Boesgaard, Ann Merchant
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855..115B)

  131. BREAKING MEAN-MOTION RESONANCES DURING TYPE I PLANET MIGRATION
    Hands, T. O., Alexander, R. D.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.3998H)

  132. THE OCCURRENCE OF PLANETS AND OTHER SUBSTELLAR BODIES AROUND WHITE DWARFS USING K2
    van Sluijs, L., Van Eylen, V.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.4603V)

  133. A DEARTH OF SMALL PARTICLES IN THE TRANSITING MATERIAL AROUND THE WHITE DWARF WD 1145+017
    Xu, S., Rappaport, S., van Lieshout, R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.4795X)

  134. THE SIGNATURES OF THE PARENTAL CLUSTER ON FIELD PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Cai, Maxwell Xu, Portegies Zwart, Simon, van Elteren, Arjen
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.5114C)

  135. K2-137 B: AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET IN A 4.3-H ORBIT AROUND AN M-DWARF
    Smith, A. M. S., Cabrera, J., Csizmadia, Sz, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.5523S)

  136. AN ANALYSIS OF TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS OBSERVED WITH K2: WASP-55B AND WASP-75B
    Clark, B. J. M., Anderson, D. R., Hellier, C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130c4401C)

  137. FROM DISKS TO PLANETS: THE MAKING OF PLANETS AND THEIR EARLY ATMOSPHERES. AN INTRODUCTION
    Lammer, Helmut, Blanc, Michel
    2018, refereed (2018SSRv..214...60L)

  138. TWO WARM, LOW-DENSITY SUB-JOVIAN PLANETS ORBITING BRIGHT STARS IN K2 CAMPAIGNS 13 AND 14
    Yu, Liang, Rodriguez, Joseph E., Crossfield, Ian J. M., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180302858Y)

  139. KEPLER-78 AND THE ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS
    Winn, Joshua N., Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Rappaport, Saul
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180303303W)

  140. CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETS: SECONDARY ECLIPSES
    Alonso, Roi
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180306204A)

  141. THE WFIRST EXOPLANET MICROLENSING SURVEY
    Bennett, David P., Akeson, Rachel, Anderson, Jay, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180308564B)

  142. MEASUREMENT OF SOURCE STAR COLORS WITH THE K2C9-CFHT MULTI-COLOR MICROLENSING SURVEY
    Zang, Weicheng, Penny, Matthew T, Zhu, Wei, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180309184Z)

  143. A PERIODIC CONFIGURATION OF THE KEPLER-25 PLANETARY SYSTEM?
    Migaszewski, Cezary, Gozdziewski, Krzysztof
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180310285M)

  144. EXOPLANET CATALOGUES
    Christiansen, Jessie L.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180311158C)

  145. TEMPERATE SUPER-EARTHS/MINI-NEPTUNES AROUND M/K DWARFS CONSIST OF 2 POPULATIONS DISTINGUISHED BY THEIR ATMOSPHERES
    Guo, Xueying, Ballard, Sarah, Dragomir, Diana, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180400071G)

  146. THE NATURE OF THE GIANT EXOMOON CANDIDATE KEPLER-1625 B-I
    Heller, René
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...610A..39H)

  147. THE TAURUS BOUNDARY OF STELLAR/SUBSTELLAR (TBOSS) SURVEY. II. DISK MASSES FROM ALMA CONTINUUM OBSERVATIONS
    Ward-Duong, K., Patience, J., Bulger, J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...54W)

  148. THE K2-138 SYSTEM: A NEAR-RESONANT CHAIN OF FIVE SUB-NEPTUNE PLANETS DISCOVERED BY CITIZEN SCIENTISTS
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Barentsen, Geert, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...57C)

  149. EXO-MILANKOVITCH CYCLES. I. ORBITS AND ROTATION STATES
    Deitrick, Russell, Barnes, Rory, Quinn, Thomas R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...60D)

  150. ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST IN APOGEE. I. TWO DISTINCT ORBITAL PERIOD REGIMES INFERRED FROM HOST STAR IRON ABUNDANCES
    Wilson, Robert F., Teske, Johanna, Majewski, Steven R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...68W)

  151. STELLAR SPIN─ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR KEPLER-9, A MULTI-TRANSITING PLANETARY SYSTEM WITH TWO OUTER PLANETS NEAR 2:1 RESONANCE
    Wang, Songhu, Addison, Brett, Fischer, Debra A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...70W)

  152. A SYSTEM OF THREE SUPER EARTHS TRANSITING THE LATE K-DWARF GJ 9827 AT 30 PC
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Vanderburg, Andrew, Eastman, Jason D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...72R)

  153. TRANSITING EXOPLANET MONITORING PROJECT (TEMP). III. ON THE RELOCATION OF THE KEPLER-9 B TRANSIT
    Wang, Songhu, Wu, Dong-Hong, Addison, Brett C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...73W)

  154. THE K2-HERMES SURVEY. I. PLANET-CANDIDATE PROPERTIES FROM K2 CAMPAIGNS 1─3
    Wittenmyer, Robert A., Sharma, Sanjib, Stello, Dennis, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...84W)

  155. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. IV. METAL-RICH STARS HOST A GREATER DIVERSITY OF PLANETS
    Petigura, Erik A., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Winn, Joshua N., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...89P)

  156. IDENTIFYING EXOPLANETS WITH DEEP LEARNING: A FIVE-PLANET RESONANT CHAIN AROUND KEPLER-80 AND AN EIGHTH PLANET AROUND KEPLER-90
    Shallue, Christopher J., Vanderburg, Andrew
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...94S)

  157. THE TRANSIT LIGHT SOURCE EFFECT: FALSE SPECTRAL FEATURES AND INCORRECT DENSITIES FOR M-DWARF TRANSITING PLANETS
    Rackham, Benjamin V., Apai, Dániel, Giampapa, Mark S.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853..122R)

  158. COMPOSITIONAL IMPRINTS IN DENSITY─DISTANCE─TIME: A ROCKY COMPOSITION FOR CLOSE-IN LOW-MASS EXOPLANETS FROM THE LOCATION OF THE VALLEY OF EVAPORATION
    Jin, Sheng, Mordasini, Christoph
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853..163J)

  159. K2 REVEALS PULSED ACCRETION DRIVEN BY THE 2 MYR OLD HOT JUPITER CI TAU B
    Biddle, Lauren I., Johns-Krull, Christopher M., Llama, Joe, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853L..34B)

  160. ON THE ROLE OF DISSOLVED GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE RETENTION OF LOW-MASS LOW-DENSITY PLANETS
    Chachan, Yayaati, Stevenson, David J.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...854...21C)

  161. SIMULATIONS OF THE DYNAMICS OF THE DEBRIS DISKS IN THE SYSTEMS KEPLER-16, KEPLER-34, AND KEPLER-35
    Demidova, T. V., Shevchenko, I. I.
    2018, refereed (2018AstL...44..119D)

  162. SEARCHING FOR EXOPLANETS USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    Pearson, Kyle A., Palafox, Leon, Griffith, Caitlin A.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474..478P)

  163. LIKELY TRANSITING EXOCOMETS DETECTED BY KEPLER
    Rappaport, S., Vanderburg, A., Jacobs, T., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.1453R)

  164. EPHEMERIS REFINEMENT OF A HOT JUPITER K2-140B
    Močnik, T., Hellier, C., Anderson, D. R.
    2018, not refereed (2018RNAAS...2a..22M)

  165. LARGE STARSPOT GROUPS ON HAT-P-11 IN ACTIVITY CYCLE 1
    Morris, Brett M., Hawley, Suzanne L., Hebb, Leslie
    2018, not refereed (2018RNAAS...2a..26M)

  166. SINGLE TRANSITS AND ECLIPSES OBSERVED BY K2
    LaCourse, Daryll M., Jacobs, Thomas Lee
    2018, not refereed (2018RNAAS...2a..28L)

  167. HIDDEN PLANETARY FRIENDS: ON THE STABILITY OF 2-PLANET SYSTEMS IN THE PRESENCE OF A DISTANT, INCLINED COMPANION
    Denham, Paul, Naoz, Smadar, Hoang, Bao-Minh, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180200447D)

  168. EYES ON K2-3: A SYSTEM OF THREE LIKELY SUB-NEPTUNES CHARACTERIZED WITH HARPS-N AND HARPS
    Damasso, M., Bonomo, A. S., Astudillo-Defru, N., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180208320D)

  169. MASS DETERMINATION OF THE 1:3:5 NEAR-RESONANT PLANETS TRANSITING GJ 9827 (K2-135)
    Prieto-Arranz, J., Palle, E., Gandolfi, D., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180209557P)

  170. SIMULATING THE EXOPLANET YIELD OF A SPACE-BASED MID-INFRARED INTERFEROMETER BASED ON KEPLER STATISTICS
    Kammerer, Jens, Quanz, Sascha P.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...609A...4K)

  171. REFRACTION IN EXOPLANET ATMOSPHERES. PHOTOMETRIC SIGNATURES, IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSMISSION SPECTROSCOPY, AND SEARCH IN KEPLER DATA
    Alp, D., Demory, B. -O.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...609A..90A)

  172. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). VI. A THREE-PLANET SYSTEM IN THE HYADES CLUSTER INCLUDING AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET
    Mann, Andrew W., Vanderburg, Andrew, Rizzuto, Aaron C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155....4M)

  173. K2-136: A BINARY SYSTEM IN THE HYADES CLUSTER HOSTING A NEPTUNE-SIZED PLANET
    Ciardi, David R., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Feinstein, Adina D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...10C)

  174. SPIN─ORBIT MISALIGNMENT AND PRECESSION IN THE KEPLER-13AB PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Herman, Miranda K., de Mooij, Ernst J. W., Huang, Chelsea X., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...13H)

  175. PLANET CANDIDATES FROM K2 CAMPAIGNS 5─8 AND FOLLOW-UP OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY
    Petigura, Erik A., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...21P)

  176. HEK. VI. ON THE DEARTH OF GALILEAN ANALOGS IN KEPLER, AND THE EXOMOON CANDIDATE KEPLER-1625B I
    Teachey, A., Kipping, D. M., Schmitt, A. R.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...36T)

  177. OGLE-2016-BLG-1190LB: THE FIRST SPITZER BULGE PLANET LIES NEAR THE PLANET/BROWN-DWARF BOUNDARY
    Ryu, Y. -H., Yee, J. C., Udalski, A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...40R)

  178. LIFTING TRANSIT SIGNALS FROM THE KEPLER NOISE FLOOR. I. DISCOVERY OF A WARM NEPTUNE
    Kunimoto, Michelle, Matthews, Jaymie M., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...43K)

  179. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. V. PEAS IN A POD: PLANETS IN A KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM ARE SIMILAR IN SIZE AND REGULARLY SPACED
    Weiss, Lauren M., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...48W)

  180. OUTCOMES OF GRAZING IMPACTS BETWEEN SUB-NEPTUNES IN KEPLER  MULTIS
    Hwang, Jason, Chatterjee, Sourav, Lombardi, James, Jr., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852...41H)

  181. EFFECTS OF PLANETESIMAL ACCRETION ON THE THERMAL AND STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION OF SUB-NEPTUNES
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Chen, Howard
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852...58C)

  182. EVIDENCE FOR ECCENTRIC, PRECESSING GASEOUS DEBRIS IN THE CIRCUMSTELLAR ABSORPTION TOWARD WD 1145 + 017
    Cauley, P. Wilson, Farihi, Jay, Redfield, Seth, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852L..22C)

  183. BAYESIAN MODEL TESTING OF ELLIPSOIDAL VARIATIONS ON STARS DUE TO HOT JUPITERS
    Gai, Anthony D., Knuth, Kevin H.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853...49G)

  184. A SPECTRAL APPROACH TO TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Ofir, Aviv, Xie, Ji-Wei, Jiang, Chao-Feng, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..234....9O)

  185. SECULAR DYNAMICS OF MULTIPLANETARY CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS: STATIONARY SOLUTIONS AND BINARY-PLANET SECULAR RESONANCE
    Andrade-Ines, Eduardo, Robutel, Philippe
    2018, refereed (2018CeMDA.130....6A)

  186. NEW NUMERICAL DETERMINATION OF HABITABILITY IN THE GALAXY: THE SETI CONNECTION
    Ramirez, Rodrigo, Gómez-Muñoz, Marco A., Vázquez, Roberto, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018IJAsB..17...34R)

  187. TRANSIT VISIBILITY ZONES OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM PLANETS
    Wells, R., Poppenhaeger, K., Watson, C. A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473..345W)

  188. DO PLANETS REMEMBER HOW THEY FORMED?
    Kipping, David
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473..784K)

  189. FORECASTED MASSES FOR 7000 KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Chen, Jingjing, Kipping, David M.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.2753C)

  190. THREE SMALL TRANSITING PLANETS AROUND THE M-DWARF HOST STAR LP 358-499
    Wells, R., Poppenhaeger, K., Watson, C. A.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473L.131W)

  191. LAMOST TELESCOPE REVEALS THAT NEPTUNIAN COUSINS OF HOT JUPITERS ARE MOSTLY SINGLE OFFSPRING OF STARS THAT ARE RICH IN HEAVY ELEMENTS
    Dong, Subo, Xie, Ji-Wei, Zhou, Ji-Lin, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PNAS..115..266D)

  192. SURVIVAL FUNCTION ANALYSIS OF PLANET SIZE DISTRIBUTION
    Zeng, Li, Jacobsen, Stein B., Sasselov, Dimitar D., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180103993Z)

  193. SURVIVAL FUNCTION ANALYSIS OF PLANET ORBIT DISTRIBUTION AND OCCURRENCE RATE ESTIMATE
    Zeng, Li, Jacobsen, Stein B., Sasselov, Dimitar D., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180103994Z)

  194. KEPLER OBJECT OF INTEREST NETWORK I. FIRST RESULTS COMBINING GROUND AND SPACE-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF KEPLER SYSTEMS WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    von Essen, C., Ofir, A., Dreizler, S., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180106191V)

  195. A SYSTEM OF THREE TRANSITING SUPER-EARTHS IN A COOL DWARF STAR
    Diez Alonso, E., Suarez Gomez, S. L., Gonzalez Hernandez, J. I., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180106249D)

  196. DISCOVERY OF A TRANSITING ADOLESCENT SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANET IN THE CAS-TAU ASSOCIATION WITH K2
    David, Trevor J., Mamajek, Eric E., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180107320D)

  197. AN IMPROVED TRANSIT MEASUREMENT FOR A 2.4 R_{EARTH} PLANET ORBITING A BRIGHT MID-M DWARF K2$-$28
    Chen, Ge, Knutson, Heather A., Dressing, Courtney D., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180110177C)

  198. THE HABITABLE ZONE OF KEPLER-16: IMPACT OF BINARITY AND CLIMATE MODELS
    Moorman, S. Y., Quarles, B. L., Wang, Zh., et al.
    2018, pre-print (2018arXiv180206856M)

  199. MODELLING LIGHT AND VELOCITY CURVES OF EXOPLANET HOSTS
    Díaz, Rodrigo F.
    2018, refereed (2018ASSP...49..199D)

  200. TUTORIAL: DETECTING PLANETARY TRANSITS AND RADIAL-VELOCITY SIGNALS
    Barros, Susana, Faria, João P.
    2018, refereed (2018ASSP...49..267B)

2017

  1. PRECISE MASSES FOR THE TRANSITING PLANETARY SYSTEM HD 106315 WITH HARPS
    Barros, S. C. C., Gosselin, H., Lillo-Box, J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...608A..25B)

  2. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE K2-18 MULTI-PLANETARY SYSTEM WITH HARPS. A HABITABLE ZONE SUPER-EARTH AND DISCOVERY OF A SECOND, WARM SUPER-EARTH ON A NON-COPLANAR ORBIT
    Cloutier, R., Astudillo-Defru, N., Doyon, R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...608A..35C)

  3. K2-106, A SYSTEM CONTAINING A METAL-RICH PLANET AND A PLANET OF LOWER DENSITY
    Guenther, E. W., Barragán, O., Dai, F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...608A..93G)

  4. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). V. A UNIFORM SEARCH FOR TRANSITING PLANETS IN YOUNG CLUSTERS OBSERVED BY K2
    Rizzuto, Aaron C., Mann, Andrew W., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..224R)

  5. THE DISCOVERY AND MASS MEASUREMENT OF A NEW ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANET: K2-131B
    Dai, Fei, Winn, Joshua N., Gandolfi, Davide, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..226D)

  6. KNOW THE PLANET, KNOW THE STAR: PRECISE STELLAR DENSITIES FROM KEPLER TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES
    Sandford, Emily, Kipping, David
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..228S)

  7. NEAR MEAN-MOTION RESONANCES IN THE SYSTEM OBSERVED BY KEPLER: AFFECTED BY MASS ACCRETION AND TYPE I MIGRATION
    Wang, Su, Ji, Jianghui
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..236W)

  8. PRECISE MASSES IN THE WASP-47 SYSTEM
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Becker, Juliette C., Buchhave, Lars A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..237V)

  9. SEEING DOUBLE WITH K2: TESTING RE-INFLATION WITH TWO REMARKABLY SIMILAR PLANETS AROUND RED GIANT BRANCH STARS
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..254G)

  10. VALIDATION OF SMALL KEPLER TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES IN OR NEAR THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Torres, Guillermo, Kane, Stephen R., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..264T)

  11. THREE SUPER-EARTHS TRANSITING THE NEARBY STAR GJ 9827
    Niraula, Prajwal, Redfield, Seth, Dai, Fei, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..266N)

  12. CONSTRAINTS ON THE OBLIQUITIES OF KEPLER PLANET-HOSTING STARS
    Winn, Joshua N., Petigura, Erik A., Morton, Timothy D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..270W)

  13. THE FORMATION OF SUPER-EARTHS BY TIDALLY FORCED TURBULENCE
    Yu, Cong
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...850..198Y)

  14. THE STELLAR ACTIVITY OF TRAPPIST-1 AND CONSEQUENCES FOR THE PLANETARY ATMOSPHERES
    Roettenbacher, Rachael M., Kane, Stephen R.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851...77R)

  15. TIDAL LOCKING OF HABITABLE EXOPLANETS
    Barnes, Rory
    2017, refereed (2017CeMDA.129..509B)

  16. RV-DETECTED KEPLER-MULTI ANALOGS EXHIBIT INTRA-SYSTEM MASS UNIFORMITY
    Wang, Songhu
    2017, not refereed (2017RNAAS...1a..26W)

  17. LIGHT CURVE SOLUTIONS AND OUT-OF-ECLIPSE VARIABILITY OF KIC 10031409, KIC 11228612, KIC 11403216 AND KIC 11913071
    Kjurkchieva, D., Atanasova, T.
    2017, refereed (2017SerAJ.195...33K)

  18. FINE-RESOLUTION ANALYSIS OF EXOPLANETARY DISTRIBUTIONS BY WAVELETS: HINTS OF AN OVERSHOOTING ICELINE ACCUMULATION
    Baluev, R. V., Shaidulin, V. Sh.
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv171206374B)

  19. THE SCATTERING OUTCOMES OF KEPLER CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: PLANET MASS RATIO
    Gong, Yan-Xiang, Ji, Jianghui
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..179G)

  20. K2-114B AND K2-115B: TWO TRANSITING WARM JUPITERS
    Shporer, Avi, Zhou, George, Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..188S)

  21. OBLIQUITY AND ECCENTRICITY CONSTRAINTS FOR TERRESTRIAL EXOPLANETS
    Kane, Stephen R., Torres, Stephanie M.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..204K)

  22. CHARACTERIZING K2 CANDIDATE PLANETARY SYSTEMS ORBITING LOW-MASS STARS. II. PLANETARY SYSTEMS OBSERVED DURING CAMPAIGNS 1─7
    Dressing, Courtney D., Vanderburg, Andrew, Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..207D)

  23. KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS EXHIBIT UNEXPECTED INTRA-SYSTEM UNIFORMITY IN MASS AND RADIUS
    Millholland, Sarah, Wang, Songhu, Laughlin, Gregory
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849L..33M)

  24. MODELING THE EFFECTS OF INHOMOGENEOUS AEROSOLS ON THE HOT JUPITER KEPLER-7B’S ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION
    Roman, Michael, Rauscher, Emily
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...850...17R)

  25. CONSTRAINTS ON SUPER-EARTH INTERIORS FROM STELLAR ABUNDANCES
    Brugger, B., Mousis, O., Deleuil, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...850...93B)

  26. OBLIQUITY VARIATIONS OF HABITABLE ZONE PLANETS KEPLER-62F AND KEPLER-186F
    Shan, Y., Li, G.
    2017, not refereed (2017LPICo2042.4075S)

  27. K2-113: A DENSE HOT-JUPITER TRANSITING A SOLAR ANALOGUE
    Espinoza, Néstor, Rabus, Markus, Brahm, Rafael, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.4374E)

  28. STATISTICAL-LIKELIHOOD EXO-PLANETARY HABITABILITY INDEX (SEPHI)
    Rodríguez-Mozos, J. M., Moya, A.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.4628R)

  29. BORN DRY IN THE PHOTOEVAPORATION DESERT: KEPLER'S ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS FORMED WATER-POOR
    Lopez, Eric D.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472..245L)

  30. SECULAR DYNAMICS OF MULTIPLANETARY CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS
    Andrade-Ines, Eduardo, Robutel, Philippe
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv171102252A)

  31. DYNAMICAL REARRANGEMENT OF SUPER-EARTHS DURING DISK DISPERSAL. II. ASSESSMENT OF THE MAGNETOSPHERIC REBOUND MODEL FOR PLANET FORMATION SCENARIOS
    Liu, Beibei, Ormel, Chris W.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...606A..66L)

  32. DISPROVING THE VALIDATED PLANETS K2-78B, K2-82B, AND K2-92B. THE IMPORTANCE OF INDEPENDENTLY CONFIRMING PLANETARY CANDIDATES
    Cabrera, J., Barros, S. C. C., Armstrong, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...606A..75C)

  33. UNDERSTANDING STELLAR ACTIVITY-INDUCED RADIAL VELOCITY JITTER USING SIMULTANEOUS K2 PHOTOMETRY AND HARPS RV MEASUREMENTS
    Oshagh, M., Santos, N. C., Figueira, P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...606A.107O)

  34. SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENTS OF THREE JOVIAN PLANETS VIA DOPPLER TOMOGRAPHY
    Johnson, Marshall C., Cochran, William D., Addison, Brett C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..137J)

  35. FITTING FORMULAE AND CONSTRAINTS FOR THE EXISTENCE OF S-TYPE AND P-TYPE HABITABLE ZONES IN BINARY SYSTEMS
    Wang, Zhaopeng, Cuntz, Manfred
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..157W)

  36. EVIDENCE FOR ATMOSPHERIC COLD-TRAP PROCESSES IN THE NONINVERTED EMISSION SPECTRUM OF KEPLER-13AB USING HST/WFC3
    Beatty, Thomas G., Madhusudhan, Nikku, Tsiaras, Angelos, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..158B)

  37. AVERAGE ALBEDOS OF CLOSE-IN SUPER-EARTHS AND SUPER-NEPTUNES FROM STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF LONG-CADENCE KEPLER SECONDARY ECLIPSE DATA
    Sheets, Holly A., Deming, Drake
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..160S)

  38. DETERMINING EXOPLANETARY OBLATENESS USING TRANSIT DEPTH VARIATIONS
    Biersteker, John, Schlichting, Hilke
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..164B)

  39. THREE STATISTICALLY VALIDATED K2 TRANSITING WARM JUPITER EXOPLANETS CONFIRMED AS LOW-MASS STARS
    Shporer, Avi, Zhou, George, Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847L..18S)

  40. CHROMOSPHERIC ACTIVITY OF HAT-P-11: AN UNUSUALLY ACTIVE PLANET-HOSTING K STAR
    Morris, Brett M., Hawley, Suzanne L., Hebb, Leslie, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...848...58M)

  41. OUT-OF-TRANSIT REFRACTED LIGHT IN THE ATMOSPHERES OF TRANSITING AND NON-TRANSITING EXOPLANETS
    Dalba, Paul A.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...848...91D)

  42. EXPLORING NEW WORLDS. A REVIEW ON EXTRASOLAR PLANET OBSERVATIONS
    Díaz, R. F.
    2017, refereed (2017BAAA...59..183D)

  43. EXONEST: THE BAYESIAN EXOPLANETARY EXPLORER
    Knuth, Kevin, Placek, Ben, Angerhausen, Daniel, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Entrp..19..559K)

  44. ANALYSIS OF KEPLER-71 ACTIVITY THROUGH PLANETARY TRANSIT
    Gusmão, Eber A., Selhorst, Caius L., Oliveira, Alexandre S.
    2017, not refereed (2017IAUS..328..140G)

  45. DYNAMICS AND COLLISIONAL EVOLUTION OF CLOSELY PACKED PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Hwang, Jason A., Steffen, Jason H., Lombardi, J. C., Jr., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.4145H)

  46. RECURRING SETS OF RECURRING STARSPOT OCCULTATIONS ON EXOPLANET HOST QATAR-2
    Močnik, T., Southworth, J., Hellier, C.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471..394M)

  47. ROBUST, OPEN-SOURCE REMOVAL OF SYSTEMATICS IN KEPLER DATA
    Aigrain, S., Parviainen, H., Roberts, S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471..759A)

  48. PINNING DOWN THE MASS OF KEPLER-10C: THE IMPORTANCE OF SAMPLING AND MODEL COMPARISON
    Rajpaul, V., Buchhave, L. A., Aigrain, S.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471L.125R)

  49. EXTRACTING MICROLENSING SIGNALS FROM K2 CAMPAIGN 9
    Zhu, Wei, Huang, C. X., Udalski, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017PASP..129j4501Z)

  50. LONG-PERIOD EXOPLANETS FROM PHOTOMETRIC TRANSIT SURVEYS
    Osborn, Hugh
    2017, refereed (2017PhDT........33O)

  51. OBLIQUITY EVOLUTION OF THE POTENTIALLY HABITABLE EXOPLANET KEPLER-62F
    Quarles, Billy, Barnes, Jason W., Lissauer, Jack J., et al.
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv171008052Q)

  52. K2 LOOKS TOWARDS WASP-28 AND WASP-151
    Močnik, T., Hellier, C., Anderson, D. R.
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv171008892M)

  53. SPIN DYNAMICS OF CLOSE-IN PLANETS EXHIBITING LARGE TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Delisle, J. -B., Correia, A. C. M., Leleu, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...605A..37D)

  54. ANALYTICAL MODEL OF MULTI-PLANETARY RESONANT CHAINS AND CONSTRAINTS ON MIGRATION SCENARIOS
    Delisle, J. -B.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...605A..96D)

  55. SUPERVISED LEARNING DETECTION OF SIXTY NON-TRANSITING HOT JUPITER CANDIDATES
    Millholland, Sarah, Laughlin, Gregory
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...83M)

  56. EVIDENCE FOR TWO HOT-JUPITER FORMATION PATHS
    Nelson, Benjamin E., Ford, Eric B., Rasio, Frederic A.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..106N)

  57. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. I. HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY OF 1305 STARS HOSTING KEPLER TRANSITING PLANETS
    Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..107P)

  58. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. II. PRECISE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF 2025 KEPLER PLANETS AND THEIR HOST STARS
    Johnson, John Asher, Petigura, Erik A., Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..108J)

  59. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. III. A GAP IN THE RADIUS DISTRIBUTION OF SMALL PLANETS
    Fulton, Benjamin J., Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..109F)

  60. THREE’S COMPANY: AN ADDITIONAL NON-TRANSITING SUPER-EARTH IN THE BRIGHT HD 3167 SYSTEM, AND MASSES FOR ALL THREE PLANETS
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Vanderburg, Andrew, Burt, Jennifer, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..122C)

  61. THE TRANSITING MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM HD 3167: A 5.7 M SUPER-EARTH AND AN 8.3 M MINI-NEPTUNE
    Gandolfi, Davide, Barragán, Oscar, Hatzes, Artie P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..123G)

  62. THE STARSPOTS OF HAT-P-11: EVIDENCE FOR A SOLAR-LIKE DYNAMO
    Morris, Brett M., Hebb, Leslie, Davenport, James R. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...846...99M)

  63. ON THE ORIGIN OF DYNAMICALLY ISOLATED HOT EARTHS
    Königl, Arieh, Giacalone, Steven, Matsakos, Titos
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...846L..13K)

  64. THE EVAPORATION VALLEY IN THE KEPLER PLANETS
    Owen, James E., Wu, Yanqin
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...29O)

  65. EXOPLANET PREDICTIONS BASED ON HARMONIC ORBIT RESONANCES
    Aschwanden, Markus, Scholkmann, Felix
    2017, refereed (2017Galax...5...56A)

  66. RAPID ROTATORS REVISITED: ABSOLUTE DIMENSIONS OF KOI-13
    Howarth, Ian D., Morello, Giuseppe
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470..932H)

  67. BREAKING THE CHAINS: HOT SUPER-EARTH SYSTEMS FROM MIGRATION AND DISRUPTION OF COMPACT RESONANT CHAINS
    Izidoro, Andre, Ogihara, Masahiro, Raymond, Sean N., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.1750I)

  68. DYNAMICAL TIDES IN EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS CONTAINING HOT JUPITERS: CONFRONTING THEORY AND OBSERVATIONS
    Chernov, S. V., Ivanov, P. B., Papaloizou, J. C. B.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.2054C)

  69. QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATES OF THE SURFACE HABITABILITY OF KEPLER-452B
    Silva, Laura, Vladilo, Giovanni, Murante, Giuseppe, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.2270S)

  70. A MINIMUM MASS NEBULA FOR M DWARFS
    Gaidos, E.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470L...1G)

  71. ON THE DYNAMICS OF THE EXOPLANETARY SYSTEM KEPLER-413
    Popova, E. A.
    2017, refereed (2017SoSyR..51..436P)

  72. CIRCUMBINARY DISCS: NUMERICAL AND PHYSICAL BEHAVIOUR
    Thun, Daniel, Kley, Wilhelm, Picogna, Giovanni
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...604A.102T)

  73. ABSENCE OF A METALLICITY EFFECT FOR ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS
    Winn, Joshua N., Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Rogers, Leslie, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...60W)

  74. ECCENTRIC COMPANIONS TO KEPLER-448B AND KEPLER-693B: CLUES TO THE FORMATION OF WARM JUPITERS
    Masuda, Kento
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...64M)

  75. THE DENSITIES OF PLANETS IN MULTIPLE STELLAR SYSTEMS
    Furlan, E., Howell, S. B.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...66F)

  76. HOW FAR ARE EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE AND INTELLIGENCE AFTER KEPLER?
    Wandel, Amri
    2017, refereed (2017AcAau.137..498W)

  77. ON THE AGE OF THE TRAPPIST-1 SYSTEM
    Burgasser, Adam J., Mamajek, Eric E.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845..110B)

  78. WEIGHING IN ON THE MASSES OF RETIRED A STARS WITH ASTEROSEISMOLOGY: K2 OBSERVATIONS OF THE EXOPLANET-HOST STAR HD 212771
    Campante, Tiago L., Veras, Dimitri, North, Thomas S. H., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.1360C)

  79. STARSPOTS ON WASP-107 AND PULSATIONS OF WASP-118
    Močnik, T., Hellier, C., Anderson, D. R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.1622M)

  80. TRANSIT-TIMING VARIATIONS IN THE SYSTEM KEPLER-410AB
    Gajdoš, Pavol, Parimucha, Štefan, Hambálek, Ľubomír, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.2907G)

  81. ONCE IN A BLUE MOON: DETECTION OF `BLUING' DURING DEBRIS TRANSITS IN THE WHITE DWARF WD 1145+017
    Hallakoun, N., Xu, S., Maoz, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.3213H)

  82. THE ROLE OF DISC SELF-GRAVITY IN CIRCUMBINARY PLANET SYSTEMS - II. PLANET EVOLUTION
    Mutter, Matthew M., Pierens, Arnaud, Nelson, Richard P.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.4504M)

  83. PHOTOMETRY OF WD 1145+017 IN EARLY 2017
    Kjurkchieva, Diana P., Dimitrov, Dinko P., Petrov, Nikola I.
    2017, refereed (2017PASA...34...32K)

  84. SUPERFLARE UV FLASHES IMPACT ON KEPLER-96 SYSTEM: A GLIMPSE OF HABITABILITY WHEN THE OZONE LAYER FIRST FORMED ON EARTH
    Estrela, Raissa, Valio, Adriana
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv170805400E)

  85. GROUND-BASED PHOTOMETRY OF THE 21-DAY NEPTUNE HD 106315C
    Lendl, M., Ehrenreich, D., Turner, O. D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...603L...5L)

  86. K2-111 B - A SHORT PERIOD SUPER-EARTH TRANSITING A METAL POOR, EVOLVED OLD STAR
    Fridlund, Malcolm, Gaidos, Eric, Barragán, Oscar, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...604A..16F)

  87. K2-110 B: A MASSIVE MINI-NEPTUNE EXOPLANET
    Osborn, H. P., Santerne, A., Barros, S. C. C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...604A..19O)

  88. KEPLER PLANET MASSES AND ECCENTRICITIES FROM TTV ANALYSIS
    Hadden, Sam, Lithwick, Yoram
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154....5H)

  89. TIDAL EVOLUTION OF THE KEPLER PLANETS WITH RADII LESS THAN 4 R\OPLUS
    Dong, Y., Ji, J. H., Wang, S.
    2017, refereed (2017AcASn..58...31D)

  90. FORECASTING THE IMPACT OF STELLAR ACTIVITY ON TRANSITING EXOPLANET SPECTRA
    Zellem, Robert T., Swain, Mark R., Roudier, Gael, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...844...27Z)

  91. EXOPLANET STUDIES. SPECTRAL CONFIRMATION OF PHOTOMETRIC EXOPLANET CANDIDATES DISCOVERED BY THE "KEPLER" MISSION
    Gadelshin, D. R., Valyavin, G. G., Yushkin, M. V., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AstBu..72..330G)

  92. ECLIPSE, TRANSIT AND OCCULTATION GEOMETRY OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS AT EXO-SYZYGY
    Veras, Dimitri, Breedt, Elmé
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.2672V)

  93. EVIDENCE FOR A PLANETARY MASS THIRD BODY ORBITING THE BINARY STAR KIC 5095269
    Getley, A. K., Carter, B., King, R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.2932G)

  94. THE EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL PLANETS ON INNER SYSTEMS: MULTIPLICITIES, INCLINATIONS AND PATHWAYS TO ECCENTRIC WARM JUPITERS
    Mustill, Alexander J., Davies, Melvyn B., Johansen, Anders
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3000M)

  95. MIGRATION OF PLANETS INTO AND OUT OF MEAN MOTION RESONANCES IN PROTOPLANETARY DISCS: ANALYTICAL THEORY OF SECOND-ORDER RESONANCES
    Xu, Wenrui, Lai, Dong
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3223X)

  96. SECULAR DIMMING OF KIC 8462852 FOLLOWING ITS CONSUMPTION OF A PLANET
    Metzger, Brian D., Shen, Ken J., Stone, Nicholas
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.4399M)

  97. TRANSIT PROBABILITIES IN SECULARLY EVOLVING PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Read, Matthew J., Wyatt, Mark C., Triaud, Amaury H. M. J.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469..171R)

  98. THE ASTROPHYSICS OF VISIBLE-LIGHT ORBITAL PHASE CURVES IN THE SPACE AGE
    Shporer, Avi
    2017, refereed (2017PASP..129g2001S)

  99. A HELICITY-BASED METHOD TO INFER THE CME MAGNETIC FIELD MAGNITUDE IN SUN AND GEOSPACE: GENERALIZATION AND EXTENSION TO SUN-LIKE AND M-DWARF STARS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR EXOPLANET HABITABILITY
    Patsourakos, S., Georgoulis, M. K.
    2017, refereed (2017SoPh..292...89P)

  100. PLANETARY MIGRATION AND THE ORIGIN OF THE 2:1 AND 3:2 (NEAR)-RESONANT POPULATION OF CLOSE-IN EXOPLANETS
    Ramos, X. S., Charalambous, C., Benítez-Llambay, P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...602A.101R)

  101. STRONG H I LYMAN-Α VARIATIONS FROM AN 11 GYR-OLD HOST STAR: A PLANETARY ORIGIN?
    Bourrier, V., Ehrenreich, D., Allart, R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...602A.106B)

  102. LIMITS TO THE PRESENCE OF TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS IN COROT DATA
    Klagyivik, P., Deeg, H. J., Cabrera, J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...602A.117K)

  103. TWO SMALL TRANSITING PLANETS AND A POSSIBLE THIRD BODY ORBITING HD 106315
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Ciardi, David R., Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..255C)

  104. A MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM TRANSITING THE V = 9 RAPIDLY ROTATING F-STAR HD 106315
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Zhou, George, Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..256R)

  105. NEW INSIGHTS ON PLANET FORMATION IN WASP-47 FROM A SIMULTANEOUS ANALYSIS OF RADIAL VELOCITIES AND TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Weiss, Lauren M., Deck, Katherine M., Sinukoff, Evan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..265W)

  106. THE GOLD STANDARD: ACCURATE STELLAR AND PLANETARY PARAMETERS FOR EIGHT KEPLER M DWARF SYSTEMS ENABLED BY PARALLAXES
    Mann, Andrew W., Dupuy, Trent, Muirhead, Philip S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..267M)

  107. K2-66B AND K2-106B: TWO EXTREMELY HOT SUB-NEPTUNE-SIZE PLANETS WITH HIGH DENSITIES
    Sinukoff, Evan, Howard, Andrew W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..271S)

  108. AN INVESTIGATION INTO EXOPLANET TRANSITS AND UNCERTAINTIES
    Ji, Y., Banks, T., Budding, E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Ap&SS.362..112J)

  109. FREQUENT FLARING IN THE TRAPPIST-1 SYSTEM—UNSUITED FOR LIFE?
    Vida, K., Kővári, Zs., Pál, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841..124V)

  110. KEPLER AND K2: SPAWNING A REVOLUTION IN ASTROPHYSICS FROM EXOPLANETS TO SUPERNOVAE (ABSTRACT)
    Ciardi, D.
    2017, refereed (2017JAVSO..45..127C)

  111. SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AROUND PULSATING STARS OF A-F TYPE IN KEPLER SHORT-CADENCE DATA AND THE CASE OF KIC 8197761
    Sowicka, Paulina, Handler, Gerald, Dębski, Bartłomiej, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.4663S)

  112. THE REVERSIBILITY ERROR METHOD (REM): A NEW, DYNAMICAL FAST INDICATOR FOR PLANETARY DYNAMICS
    Panichi, Federico, Goździewski, Krzyszof, Turchetti, Giorgio
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468..469P)

  113. EFFECTS OF UNSEEN ADDITIONAL PLANETARY PERTURBERS ON COMPACT EXTRASOLAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Becker, Juliette C., Adams, Fred C.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468..549B)

  114. A FLAT INNER DISC MODEL AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE KEPLER DICHOTOMY IN THE Q1-Q16 PLANET POPULATION
    Bovaird, T., Lineweaver, C. H.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.1493B)

  115. A SEVEN-PLANET RESONANT CHAIN IN TRAPPIST-1
    Luger, Rodrigo, Sestovic, Marko, Kruse, Ethan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017NatAs...1E.129L)

  116. CONSTRAINTS ON THE MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH OF HAT-P-7 B AND OTHER HOT GIANT EXOPLANETS
    Rogers, T. M.
    2017, refereed (2017NatAs...1E.131R)

  117. FORECASTED MASSES FOR SEVEN THOUSAND KOIS
    Chen, Jingjing, Kipping, David
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv170601522C)

  118. HATS-36B AND 24 OTHER TRANSITING/ECLIPSING SYSTEMS FROM THE HATSOUTH - K2 CAMPAIGN 7 PROGRAM
    Bayliss, D., Hartman, J. D., Zhou, G., et al.
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv170603858B)

  119. DYNAMICAL REARRANGEMENT OF SUPER-EARTHS DURING DISK DISPERSAL. I. OUTLINE OF THE MAGNETOSPHERIC REBOUND MODEL
    Liu, Beibei, Ormel, Chris W., Lin, Douglas N. C.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A..15L)

  120. MASS DETERMINATION OF K2-19B AND K2-19C FROM RADIAL VELOCITIES AND TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Nespral, D., Gandolfi, D., Deeg, H. J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A.128N)

  121. THE OBLIQUE ORBIT OF WASP-107B FROM K2 PHOTOMETRY
    Dai, Fei, Winn, Joshua N.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..205D)

  122. DYNAMICALLY HOT SUPER-EARTHS FROM OUTER GIANT PLANET SCATTERING
    Huang, Chelsea X., Petrovich, Cristobal, Deibert, Emily
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..210H)

  123. OUTER ARCHITECTURE OF KEPLER-11: CONSTRAINTS FROM COPLANARITY
    Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Weaver, Brian P., Ford, Eric B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..227J)

  124. MAKING TERRESTRIAL PLANETS: HIGH TEMPERATURES, FU ORIONIS OUTBURSTS, EARTH, AND PLANETARY SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES
    Hubbard, Alexander
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...840L...5H)

  125. TERRESTRIAL PLANET FORMATION UNDER MIGRATION: SYSTEMS NEAR THE 4:2:1 MEAN MOTION RESONANCE
    Sun, Zhao, Ji, Jianghui, Wang, Su, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467..619S)

  126. ODD HARMONICS IN EXOPLANET PHOTOMETRY: WEATHER OR ARTIFACT?
    Cowan, Nicolas B., Chayes, Victoria, Bouffard, Élie, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467..747C)

  127. PERTURBATION OF COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS BY DISTANT GIANT PLANETS
    Hansen, Bradley M. S.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.1531H)

  128. A SEARCH FOR CIRCULARLY POLARIZED EMISSION FROM YOUNG EXOPLANETS
    Lynch, C. R., Murphy, Tara, Kaplan, D. L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.3447L)

  129. FOUR SUB-SATURNS WITH DISSIMILAR DENSITIES: WINDOWS INTO PLANETARY CORES AND ENVELOPES
    Petigura, Erik A., Sinukoff, Evan, Lopez, Eric D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..142P)

  130. PREDICTIONS FOR THE DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A POPULATION OF FREE-FLOATING PLANETS WITH K2 CAMPAIGN 9
    Penny, Matthew T., Rattenbury, Nicholas J., Gaudi, B. Scott, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..161P)

  131. KEPLER-1649B: AN EXO-VENUS IN THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD
    Angelo, Isabel, Rowe, Jason F., Howell, Steve B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..162A)

  132. COLLISIONS OF TERRESTRIAL WORLDS: THE OCCURRENCE OF EXTREME MID-INFRARED EXCESSES AROUND LOW-MASS FIELD STARS
    Theissen, Christopher A., West, Andrew A.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..165T)

  133. A LOW-MASS EXOPLANET CANDIDATE DETECTED BY K2 TRANSITING THE PRAESEPE M DWARF JS 183
    Pepper, Joshua, Gillen, Ed, Parviainen, Hannu, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..177P)

  134. A SEARCH FOR LOST PLANETS IN THE KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE LONG-PERIOD, NEPTUNE-SIZED EXOPLANET KEPLER-150 F
    Schmitt, Joseph R., Jenkins, Jon M., Fischer, Debra A.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..180S)

  135. REASSESSMENT OF THE NULL RESULT OF THE HST SEARCH FOR PLANETS IN 47 TUCANAE
    Masuda, Kento, Winn, Joshua N.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..187M)

  136. TOWARD DETECTION OF EXOPLANETARY RINGS VIA TRANSIT PHOTOMETRY: METHODOLOGY AND A POSSIBLE CANDIDATE
    Aizawa, Masataka, Uehara, Sho, Masuda, Kento, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..193A)

  137. MASSES OF KEPLER-46B, C FROM TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Saad-Olivera, Ximena, Nesvorný, David, Kipping, David M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..198S)

  138. SPECTROSCOPIC EVOLUTION OF DISINTEGRATING PLANETESIMALS: MINUTE TO MONTH VARIABILITY IN THE CIRCUMSTELLAR GAS ASSOCIATED WITH WD 1145+017
    Redfield, Seth, Farihi, Jay, Cauley, P. Wilson, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839...42R)

  139. KEPLER-11 IS A SOLAR TWIN: REVISING THE MASSES AND RADII OF BENCHMARK PLANETS VIA PRECISE STELLAR CHARACTERIZATION
    Bedell, Megan, Bean, Jacob L., Meléndez, Jorge, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839...94B)

  140. REVISED STELLAR PROPERTIES OF KEPLER TARGETS FOR THE Q1-17 (DR25) TRANSIT DETECTION RUN
    Mathur, Savita, Huber, Daniel, Batalha, Natalie M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJS..229...30M)

  141. TRANSIT PROBABILITIES AROUND HYPERVELOCITY AND RUNAWAY STARS
    Fragione, G., Ginsburg, I.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.466.1805F)

  142. HOW ECLIPSE TIME VARIATIONS, ECLIPSE DURATION VARIATIONS, AND RADIAL VELOCITIES CAN REVEAL S-TYPE PLANETS IN CLOSE ECLIPSING BINARIES
    Oshagh, M., Heller, R., Dreizler, S.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.466.4683O)

  143. FORMATION OF MASSIVE ROCKY EXOMOONS BY GIANT IMPACT
    Barr, Amy C., Bruck Syal, Megan
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.466.4868B)

  144. THE K2-ESPRINT PROJECT. VI. K2-105 B, A HOT NEPTUNE AROUND A METAL-RICH G-DWARF
    Narita, Norio, Hirano, Teruyuki, Fukui, Akihiko, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017PASJ...69...29N)

  145. UPDATED MASSES FOR THE TRAPPIST-1 PLANETS
    Wang, Songhu, Wu, Dong-Hong, Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv170404290W)

  146. AVOIDING RESONANCE CAPTURE IN MULTI-PLANET EXTRASOLAR SYSTEMS
    Pan, Margaret, Schlichting, Hilke E.
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv170407836P)

  147. ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF STELLAR COMPANIONS FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Hirsch, Lea A., Ciardi, David R., Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..117H)

  148. K2-60B AND K2-107B. A SUB-JOVIAN AND A JOVIAN PLANET FROM THE K2 MISSION
    Eigmüller, Philipp, Gandolfi, Davide, Persson, Carina M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..130E)

  149. STELLAR AND PLANETARY PARAMETERS FOR K2’S LATE-TYPE DWARF SYSTEMS FROM C1 TO C5
    Martinez, Arturo O., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837...72M)

  150. A SIMPLE ANALYTICAL MODEL FOR ROCKY PLANET INTERIORS
    Zeng, Li, Jacobsen, Stein B.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837..164Z)

  151. THE METALLICITY DISTRIBUTION AND HOT JUPITER RATE OF THE KEPLER FIELD: HECTOCHELLE HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY FOR 776 KEPLER TARGET STARS
    Guo, Xueying, Johnson, John A., Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838...25G)

  152. MASS, DENSITY, AND FORMATION CONSTRAINTS IN THE COMPACT, SUB-EARTH KEPLER-444 SYSTEM INCLUDING TWO MARS-MASS PLANETS
    Mills, Sean M., Fabrycky, Daniel C.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838L..11M)

  153. BENFORD'S DISTRIBUTION IN EXTRASOLAR WORLD: DO THE EXOPLANETS FOLLOW BENFORD'S DISTRIBUTION?
    Shukla, Abhishek, Pandey, Ankit Kumar, Pathak, Anirban
    2017, refereed (2017JApA...38....7S)

  154. TRANSIT SHAPES AND SELF-ORGANIZING MAPS AS A TOOL FOR RANKING PLANETARY CANDIDATES: APPLICATION TO KEPLER AND K2
    Armstrong, D. J., Pollacco, D., Santerne, A.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.2634A)

  155. CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS - II. WHEN TRANSITS COME AND GO
    Martin, David V.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3235M)

  156. WD 1145+017 PHOTOMETRIC OBSERVATIONS DURING EIGHT MONTHS OF HIGH ACTIVITY
    Gary, B. L., Rappaport, S., Kaye, T. G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3267G)

  157. A NEW YIELD SIMULATOR FOR TRANSITING PLANETS AND FALSE POSITIVES: APPLICATION TO THE NEXT GENERATION TRANSIT SURVEY
    Günther, Maximilian N., Queloz, Didier, Demory, Brice-Olivier, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3379G)

  158. TRANSIT CLAIRVOYANCE: ENHANCING TESS FOLLOW-UP USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS
    Kipping, David M., Lam, Christopher
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3495K)

  159. THE ROLE OF DISC SELF-GRAVITY IN CIRCUMBINARY PLANET SYSTEMS - I. DISC STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION
    Mutter, Matthew M., Pierens, Arnaud, Nelson, Richard P.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.4735M)

  160. NO CORRELATION BETWEEN THE TRANSIT-DEPTH METALLICITY OF KEPLER GAS GIANT CONFIRMED AND CANDIDATES PLANETS: A BAYESIAN APPROACH
    Nehmé, Cyrine, Sarkis, Paula
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv170305950N)

  161. KEPLER TRANSIT DEPTHS CONTAMINATED BY A PHANTOM STAR
    Dalba, Paul A., Muirhead, Philip S., Croll, Bryce, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...59D)

  162. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). IV. SEVEN TRANSITING PLANETS IN THE PRAESEPE CLUSTER
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...64M)

  163. ROBO-AO KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATE SURVEY. III. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 1629 KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS
    Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., Morton, Tim, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...66Z)

  164. MASS CONSTRAINTS OF THE WASP-47 PLANETARY SYSTEM FROM RADIAL VELOCITIES
    Sinukoff, Evan, Howard, Andrew W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...70S)

  165. THE KEPLER FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATION PROGRAM. I. A CATALOG OF COMPANIONS TO KEPLER STARS FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING
    Furlan, E., Ciardi, D. R., Everett, M. E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...71F)

  166. ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS IN K2 WITH COMPANIONS: A DOUBLE TRANSITING SYSTEM FOR EPIC 220674823
    Adams, Elisabeth R., Jackson, Brian, Endl, Michael, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...82A)

  167. A NEW MODEL OF ROCHE LOBE OVERFLOW FOR SHORT-PERIOD GASEOUS PLANETS AND BINARY STARS
    Jackson, Brian, Arras, Phil, Penev, Kaloyan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..145J)

  168. A TRANSIENT TRANSIT SIGNATURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE YOUNG STAR RIK-210
    David, Trevor J., Petigura, Erik A., Hillenbrand, Lynne A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..168D)

  169. CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES OF M-DWARFS FROM THE APOGEE SURVEY. I. THE EXOPLANET HOSTING STARS KEPLER-138 AND KEPLER-186
    Souto, D., Cunha, K., García-Hernández, D. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..239S)

  170. MULTIWAVELENGTH TRANSIT OBSERVATIONS OF THE CANDIDATE DISINTEGRATING PLANETESIMALS ORBITING WD 1145+017
    Croll, Bryce, Dalba, Paul A., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836...82C)

  171. CHARACTERIZING K2 CANDIDATE PLANETARY SYSTEMS ORBITING LOW-MASS STARS. I. CLASSIFYING LOW-MASS HOST STARS OBSERVED DURING CAMPAIGNS 1-7
    Dressing, Courtney D., Newton, Elisabeth R., Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836..167D)

  172. EXPLAINING THE VARIABILITY OF WD 1145+017 WITH SIMULATIONS OF ASTEROID TIDAL DISRUPTION
    Veras, Dimitri, Carter, Philip J., Leinhardt, Zoë M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.1008V)

  173. A SIMPLE MODEL TO DESCRIBE INTRINSIC STELLAR NOISE FOR EXOPLANET DETECTION AROUND RED GIANTS
    North, Thomas S. H., Chaplin, William J., Gilliland, Ronald L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.1308N)

  174. STOCHASTICITY AND PREDICTABILITY IN TERRESTRIAL PLANET FORMATION
    Hoffmann, Volker, Grimm, Simon L., Moore, Ben, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.2170H)

  175. THE ORIGIN AND 9:7 MMR DYNAMICS OF THE KEPLER-29 SYSTEM
    Migaszewski, Cezary, Goździewski, Krzysztof, Panichi, Federico
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.2366M)

  176. MODELLING STELLAR PROTON EVENT-INDUCED PARTICLE RADIATION DOSE ON CLOSE-IN EXOPLANETS
    Atri, Dimitra
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465L..34A)

  177. AN UPDATE TO THE EVEREST K2 PIPELINE: SHORT CADENCE, SATURATED STARS, AND KEPLER-LIKE PHOTOMETRY DOWN TO KP = 15
    Luger, Rodrigo, Kruse, Ethan, Foreman-Mackey, Daniel, et al.
    2017, pre-print (2017arXiv170205488L)

  178. K2P2: REDUCED DATA FROM CAMPAIGNS 0-4 OF THE K2 MISSION
    Handberg, R., Lund, M. N.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...597A..36H)

  179. BAYESIAN ANALYSIS OF INTERIORS OF HD 219134B, KEPLER-10B, KEPLER-93B, COROT-7B, 55 CNC E, AND HD 97658B USING STELLAR ABUNDANCE PROXIES
    Dorn, Caroline, Hinkel, Natalie R., Venturini, Julia
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...597A..38D)

  180. DISCOVERY OF THE SECONDARY ECLIPSE OF HAT-P-11 B
    Huber, K. F., Czesla, S., Schmitt, J. H. M. M.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...597A.113H)

  181. ON THE RADIAL VELOCITY DETECTION OF ADDITIONAL PLANETS IN TRANSITING, SLOWLY ROTATING M-DWARF SYSTEMS: THE CASE OF GJ 1132
    Cloutier, Ryan, Doyon, René, Menou, Kristen, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153....9C)

  182. PROBABILITY OF THE PHYSICAL ASSOCIATION OF 104 BLENDED COMPANIONS TO KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST USING VISIBLE AND NEAR-INFRARED ADAPTIVE OPTICS PHOTOMETRY
    Atkinson, Dani, Baranec, Christoph, Ziegler, Carl, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...25A)

  183. THE STELLAR OBLIQUITY, PLANET MASS, AND VERY LOW ALBEDO OF QATAR-2 FROM K2 PHOTOMETRY
    Dai, Fei, Winn, Joshua N., Yu, Liang, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...40D)

  184. HIDING PLANETS BEHIND A BIG FRIEND: MUTUAL INCLINATIONS OF MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS WITH EXTERNAL COMPANIONS
    Lai, Dong, Pu, Bonan
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...42L)

  185. KEPLER-108: A MUTUALLY INCLINED GIANT PLANET SYSTEM
    Mills, Sean M., Fabrycky, Daniel C.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...45M)

  186. P-TYPE PLANET-PLANET SCATTERING: KEPLER CLOSE BINARY CONFIGURATIONS
    Gong, Yan-Xiang
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834...55G)

  187. THE AGE OF THE KIC 7177553 SYSTEM
    MacDonald, James, Mullan, D. J.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834...99M)

  188. SPITZER OBSERVATIONS CONFIRM AND RESCUE THE HABITABLE-ZONE SUPER-EARTH K2-18B FOR FUTURE CHARACTERIZATION
    Benneke, Björn, Werner, Michael, Petigura, Erik, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834..187B)

  189. EFFECTS OF VARIABLE ECCENTRICITY ON THE CLIMATE OF AN EARTH-LIKE WORLD
    Way, M. J., Georgakarakos, Nikolaos
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835L...1W)

  190. CLIMATE AND HABITABILITY OF KEPLER 452B SIMULATED WITH A FULLY COUPLED ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL
    Hu, Yongyun, Wang, Yuwei, Liu, Yonggang, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835L...6H)

  191. PREDICTIONS ON THE DETECTION OF THE FREE-FLOATING PLANET POPULATION WITH K2 AND SPITZER MICROLENSING CAMPAIGNS
    Hamolli, L., De Paolis, F., Hafizi, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AstBu..72...73H)

  192. MASS AND ECCENTRICITY CONSTRAINTS ON THE PLANETARY DEBRIS ORBITING THE WHITE DWARF WD 1145+017
    Gurri, Pol, Veras, Dimitri, Gänsicke, Boris T.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464..321G)

  193. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT) - II. A `SUPER-EARTH' ORBITING A YOUNG K DWARF IN THE PLEIADES NEIGHBOURHOOD
    Gaidos, E., Mann, A. W., Rizzuto, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464..850G)

  194. OUTER-PLANET SCATTERING CAN GENTLY TILT AN INNER PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Gratia, Pierre, Fabrycky, Daniel
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464.1709G)

  195. FIRST LIMITS ON THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS ORBITING BROWN DWARFS
    He, Matthias Y., Triaud, Amaury H. M. J., Gillon, Michaël
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464.2687H)

  196. K2-99: A SUBGIANT HOSTING A TRANSITING WARM JUPITER IN AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT AND A LONG-PERIOD COMPANION
    Smith, A. M. S., Gandolfi, D., Barragán, O., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464.2708S)

  197. DAWES REVIEW 7: THE TIDAL DOWNSIZING HYPOTHESIS OF PLANET FORMATION
    Nayakshin, Sergei
    2017, refereed (2017PASA...34....2N)

  198. LOW-MASS STARS AND THEIR COMPANIONS
    Montet, Benjamin Tyler
    2017, refereed (2017PhDT........34M)

  199. APF-50: A ROBOTIC SEARCH FOR EARTH'S NEAREST NEIGHBORS
    Fulton, Benjamin J.
    2017, refereed (2017PhDT.......136F)

  200. CHARACTERIZING KEPLER'S MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Hadden, Samuel
    2017, refereed (2017PhDT.......138H)

  201. DYNAMICS AND COLLISIONAL EVOLUTION OF CLOSELY PACKED PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Hwang, Jason Ahern
    2017, refereed (2017PhDT.......161H)

  202. PHOTOMETRIC EXOPLANET CHARACTERIZATION AND MULTIMEDIA ASTRONOMY COMMUNICATION
    Cartier, Kimberly M. S.
    2017, refereed (2017PhDT.......178C)

  203. STATISTICS, FORMATION AND STABILITY OF EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Silburt, Ari
    2017, refereed (2017PhDT.......293S)

  204. TRANSIT-TIMING AND DURATION VARIATIONS FOR THE DISCOVERY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETS
    Agol, Eric, Fabrycky, Daniel C.
    2017, not refereed (2017haex.bookE...7A)

  205. DETECTING AND CHARACTERIZING EXOMOONS AND EXORINGS
    Heller, René
    2017, not refereed (2017haex.bookE..35H)

  206. HABITABILITY IN BROWN DWARF SYSTEMS
    Bolmont, Emeline
    2017, not refereed (2017haex.bookE..62B)

2016

  1. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN 17 QUARTERS OF KEPLER DATA: RESULTS OF THE FINAL KEPLER MISSION TRANSITING PLANET SEARCH (DR25)
    Twicken, Joseph D., Jenkins, Jon M., Seader, Shawn E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..158T)

  2. A 1.9 EARTH RADIUS ROCKY PLANET AND THE DISCOVERY OF A NON-TRANSITING PLANET IN THE KEPLER-20 SYSTEM
    Buchhave, Lars A., Dressing, Courtney D., Dumusque, Xavier, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..160B)

  3. THE ORBIT AND MASS OF THE THIRD PLANET IN THE KEPLER-56 SYSTEM
    Otor, Oderah Justin, Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..165O)

  4. GROUND-BASED TRANSIT OBSERVATION OF THE HABITABLE-ZONE SUPER-EARTH K2-3D
    Fukui, Akihiko, Livingston, John, Narita, Norio, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..171F)

  5. SETI OBSERVATIONS OF EXOPLANETS WITH THE ALLEN TELESCOPE ARRAY
    Harp, G. R., Richards, Jon, Tarter, Jill C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..181H)

  6. K2-97B: A (RE-?)INFLATED PLANET ORBITING A RED GIANT STAR
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..185G)

  7. A SUPER-SOLAR METALLICITY FOR STARS WITH HOT ROCKY EXOPLANETS
    Mulders, Gijs D., Pascucci, Ilaria, Apai, Dániel, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..187M)

  8. EPIC 211391664B: A 32 M NEPTUNE-SIZE PLANET IN A 10 DAY ORBIT TRANSITING AN F8 STAR
    Barragán, Oscar, Grziwa, Sascha, Gandolfi, Davide, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..193B)

  9. KEPLER-21B: A ROCKY PLANET AROUND A V = 8.25 MAGNITUDE STAR
    López-Morales, Mercedes, Haywood, Raphaëlle D., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..204L)

  10. THE POPULATION OF LONG-PERIOD TRANSITING EXOPLANETS
    Foreman-Mackey, Daniel, Morton, Timothy D., Hogg, David W., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..206F)

  11. K2 DISCOVERS A BUSY BEE: AN UNUSUAL TRANSITING NEPTUNE FOUND IN THE BEEHIVE CLUSTER
    Obermeier, Christian, Henning, Thomas, Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..223O)

  12. TATOOINE’S FUTURE: THE ECCENTRIC RESPONSE OF KEPLER’S CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS TO COMMON-ENVELOPE EVOLUTION OF THEIR HOST STARS
    Kostov, Veselin B., Moore, Keavin, Tamayo, Daniel, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832..183K)

  13. DEPENDENCE OF SMALL PLANET FREQUENCY ON STELLAR METALLICITY HIDDEN BY THEIR PREVALENCE
    Zhu, Wei, Wang, Ji, Huang, Chelsea
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832..196Z)

  14. GLOBAL INSTABILITY OF THE EXO-MOON SYSTEM TRIGGERED BY PHOTO-EVAPORATION
    Yang, Ming, Xie, Ji-Wei, Zhou, Ji-Lin, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833....7Y)

  15. OBLIQUITIES OF EXOPLANET HOST STARS FROM PRECISE DISTANCES AND STELLAR ANGULAR DIAMETERS
    Quinn, Samuel N., White, Russel J.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833..173Q)

  16. A PSF-BASED APPROACH TO KEPLER/K2 DATA - II. EXOPLANET CANDIDATES IN PRAESEPE (M 44)
    Libralato, M., Nardiello, D., Bedin, L. R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463.1780L)

  17. MILANKOVITCH CYCLES OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS IN BINARY STAR SYSTEMS
    Forgan, Duncan
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463.2768F)

  18. WASP-92B, WASP-93B AND WASP-118B: THREE NEW TRANSITING CLOSE-IN GIANT PLANETS
    Hay, K. L., Collier-Cameron, A., Doyle, A. P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463.3276H)

  19. SIMULTANEOUS INFRARED AND OPTICAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TRANSITING DEBRIS CLOUD AROUND WD 1145+017
    Zhou, G., Kedziora-Chudczer, L., Bailey, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463.4422Z)

  20. VARIABILITY IN THE ATMOSPHERE OF THE HOT GIANT PLANET HAT-P-7 B
    Armstrong, D. J., de Mooij, E., Barstow, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016NatAs...1E...4A)

  21. CAMPAIGN 9 OF THE K2 MISSION: OBSERVATIONAL PARAMETERS, SCIENTIFIC DRIVERS, AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT FOR A SIMULTANEOUS SPACE- AND GROUND-BASED MICROLENSING SURVEY
    Henderson, Calen B., Poleski, Radosław, Penny, Matthew, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128l4401H)

  22. AN INDEPENDENT DISCOVERY OF TWO HOT JUPITERS FROM THE K2 MISSION
    Brahm, Rafael, Jones, Matías, Espinoza, Néstor, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128l4402B)

  23. WASP-157B, A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER OBSERVED WITH K2
    Močnik, T., Anderson, D. R., Brown, D. J. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128l4403M)

  24. FINDING OPTIMAL APERTURES IN KEPLER DATA
    Smith, Jeffrey C., Morris, Robert L., Jenkins, Jon M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128l4501S)

  25. IRREGULAR VARIABILITY IN KEPLER PHOTOMETRY
    Schlecker, Martin
    2016, refereed (2016PhDT.......178S)

  26. THE ARCHITECTURE OF EXOPLANETS
    Hatzes, Artie P.
    2016, refereed (2016SSRv..205..267H)

  27. EXOPLANETARY ATMOSPHERES—CHEMISTRY, FORMATION CONDITIONS, AND HABITABILITY
    Madhusudhan, Nikku, Agúndez, Marcelino, Moses, Julianne I., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016SSRv..205..285M)

  28. BEER ANALYSIS OF KEPLER AND COROT LIGHT CURVES: DISCOVERING BINARIES AND EXOPLANETS
    Faigler, Simchon
    2016, pre-print (2016arXiv161208846F)

  29. DUSTY TAILS OF EVAPORATING EXOPLANETS. II. PHYSICAL MODELLING OF THE KIC 12557548B LIGHT CURVE
    van Lieshout, R., Min, M., Dominik, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...596A..32V)

  30. THE FIRST CIRCUMBINARY PLANET FOUND BY MICROLENSING: OGLE-2007-BLG-349L(AB)C
    Bennett, D. P., Rhie, S. H., Udalski, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..125B)

  31. K2-31B, A GRAZING TRANSITING HOT JUPITER ON A 1.26-DAY ORBIT AROUND A BRIGHT G7V STAR
    Grziwa, Sascha, Gandolfi, Davide, Csizmadia, Szilard, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..132G)

  32. THE K2-ESPRINT PROJECT V: A SHORT-PERIOD GIANT PLANET ORBITING A SUBGIANT STAR*
    Van Eylen, Vincent, Albrecht, Simon, Gandolfi, Davide, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..143V)

  33. THE KEPLER DICHOTOMY IN PLANETARY DISKS: LINKING KEPLER OBSERVABLES TO SIMULATIONS OF LATE-STAGE PLANET FORMATION
    Moriarty, John, Ballard, Sarah
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832...34M)

  34. CONSEQUENCES OF TIDAL INTERACTION BETWEEN DISKS AND ORBITING PROTOPLANETS FOR THE EVOLUTION OF MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS WITH ARCHITECTURE RESEMBLING THAT OF KEPLER 444
    Papaloizou, J. C. B.
    2016, refereed (2016CeMDA.126..157P)

  35. MIGRATION OF PLANETS INTO AND OUT OF MEAN MOTION RESONANCES IN PROTOPLANETARY DISKS: ANALYTICAL THEORY OF SECOND-ORDER RESONANCES
    Xu, Wenrui, Lai, Dong
    2016, pre-print (2016arXiv161106463X)

  36. GLIMPSES OF STELLAR SURFACES. I. SPOT EVOLUTION AND DIFFERENTIAL ROTATION OF THE PLANET HOST STAR KEPLER-210
    Ioannidis, P., Schmitt, J. H. M. M.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...594A..41I)

  37. K2-30 B AND K2-34 B: TWO INFLATED HOT JUPITERS AROUND SOLAR-TYPE STARS
    Lillo-Box, J., Demangeon, O., Santerne, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...594A..50L)

  38. NEW PLANETARY AND ECLIPSING BINARY CANDIDATES FROM CAMPAIGNS 1-6 OF THE K2 MISSION
    Barros, S. C. C., Demangeon, O., Deleuil, M.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...594A.100B)

  39. ABSOLUTE DENSITIES, MASSES, AND RADII OF THE WASP-47 SYSTEM DETERMINED DYNAMICALLY
    Almenara, J. M., Díaz, R. F., Bonfils, X., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...595L...5A)

  40. ON THE FEASIBILITY OF CHARACTERIZING FREE-FLOATING PLANETS WITH CURRENT AND FUTURE SPACE-BASED MICROLENSING SURVEYS
    Henderson, Calen B., Shvartzvald, Yossi
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...96H)

  41. A DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE KEPLER-80 SYSTEM OF FIVE TRANSITING PLANETS
    MacDonald, Mariah G., Ragozzine, Darin, Fabrycky, Daniel C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..105M)

  42. PHOTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE SYSTEM KEPLER-1
    Budding, E., Rhodes, M. D., Püsküllü, Ç., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Ap&SS.361..346B)

  43. A CATALOG OF KEPLER HABITABLE ZONE EXOPLANET CANDIDATES
    Kane, Stephen R., Hill, Michelle L., Kasting, James F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830....1K)

  44. SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT AS A DRIVER OF THE KEPLER DICHOTOMY
    Spalding, Christopher, Batygin, Konstantin
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830....5S)

  45. DISCOVERY AND VALIDATION OF A HIGH-DENSITY SUB-NEPTUNE FROM THE K2 MISSION
    Espinoza, Néstor, Brahm, Rafael, Jordán, Andrés, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...43E)

  46. THE ASTEROSEISMIC POTENTIAL OF TESS: EXOPLANET-HOST STARS
    Campante, T. L., Schofield, M., Kuszlewicz, J. S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830..138C)

  47. CHROMOSPHERIC EMISSION OF PLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS: A WAY TO IDENTIFY FALSE POSITIVES
    Karoff, Christoffer, Albrecht, Simon, Bonanno, Alfio, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830L...7K)

  48. AN OVERVIEW OF INSIDE-OUT PLANET FORMATION
    Tan, Jonathan C., Chatterjee, Sourav, Hu, Xiao, et al.
    2016, not refereed (2016IAUFM..29A...6T)

  49. PERIOD RATIO DISTRIBUTION OF NEAR-RESONANT PLANETS INDICATES PLANETESIMAL SCATTERING
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Krantzler, Seth O., Ford, Eric B.
    2016, not refereed (2016IAUFM..29A..30C)

  50. ROTATION, ACTIVITY, AND STELLAR OBLIQUITIES IN A LARGE UNIFORM SAMPLE OF KEPLER SOLAR ANALOGS
    Buzasi, Derek, Lezcano, Andy, Preston, Heather L.
    2016, refereed (2016JSWSC...6A..38B)

  51. TRANSITING EXOPLANET CANDIDATES FROM K2 CAMPAIGNS 5 AND 6
    Pope, Benjamin J. S., Parviainen, Hannu, Aigrain, Suzanne
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461.3399P)

  52. DIPPER DISCS NOT INCLINED TOWARDS EDGE-ON ORBITS
    Ansdell, M., Gaidos, E., Williams, J. P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.462L.101A)

  53. EXOPLANET ORBITAL ECCENTRICITIES DERIVED FROM LAMOST-KEPLER ANALYSIS
    Xie, Ji-Wei, Dong, Subo, Zhu, Zhaohuan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PNAS..11311431X)

  54. A POPULATION OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS CHARACTERIZED BY SHORT-PERIOD, EARTH-SIZED PLANETS
    Steffen, Jason H., Coughlin, Jeffrey L.
    2016, refereed (2016PNAS..11312023S)

  55. PREDICTIONS FOR THE PERIOD DEPENDENCE OF THE TRANSITION BETWEEN ROCKY SUPER-EARTHS AND GASEOUS SUB-NEPTUNES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR $\ETA_{\MATHRM{\OPLUS}}$
    Lopez, Eric D., Rice, Ken
    2016, pre-print (2016arXiv161009390L)

  56. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). III. A SHORT-PERIOD PLANET ORBITING A PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE STAR IN THE UPPER SCORPIUS OB ASSOCIATION
    Mann, Andrew W., Newton, Elisabeth R., Rizzuto, Aaron C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...61M)

  57. TRANSITIONS IN THE CLOUD COMPOSITION OF HOT JUPITERS
    Parmentier, Vivien, Fortney, Jonathan J., Showman, Adam P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...22P)

  58. IN SITU AND EX SITU FORMATION MODELS OF KEPLER 11 PLANETS
    D'Angelo, Gennaro, Bodenheimer, Peter
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...33D)

  59. NUMERICAL AND ANALYTICAL MODELING OF TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Hadden, Sam, Lithwick, Yoram
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...44H)

  60. ATMOSPHERE-INTERIOR EXCHANGE ON HOT, ROCKY EXOPLANETS
    Kite, Edwin S., Fegley, Bruce, Jr., Schaefer, Laura, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...80K)

  61. MEASURING TRANSIT SIGNAL RECOVERY IN THE KEPLER PIPELINE. III. COMPLETENESS OF THE Q1-Q17 DR24 PLANET CANDIDATE CATALOGUE WITH IMPORTANT CAVEATS FOR OCCURRENCE RATE CALCULATIONS
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Clarke, Bruce D., Burke, Christopher J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...99C)

  62. TWO SMALL PLANETS TRANSITING HD 3167
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Bieryla, Allyson, Duev, Dmitry A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...829L...9V)

  63. 197 CANDIDATES AND 104 VALIDATED PLANETS IN K2’S FIRST FIVE FIELDS
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Ciardi, David R., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..226....7C)

  64. PLANET SCATTERING AROUND BINARIES: EJECTIONS, NOT COLLISIONS
    Smullen, Rachel A., Kratter, Kaitlin M., Shannon, Andrew
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461.1288S)

  65. DYNAMICAL MASS AND MULTIPLICITY CONSTRAINTS ON CO-ORBITAL BODIES AROUND STARS
    Veras, Dimitri, Marsh, Thomas R., Gänsicke, Boris T.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461.1413V)

  66. ON THE DETECTION OF NON-TRANSITING EXOPLANETS WITH DUSTY TAILS
    DeVore, J., Rappaport, S., Sanchis-Ojeda, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461.2453D)

  67. A COMBINED TRANSMISSION SPECTRUM OF THE EARTH-SIZED EXOPLANETS TRAPPIST-1 B AND C
    de Wit, Julien, Wakeford, Hannah R., Gillon, Michaël, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Natur.537...69D)

  68. A CAUSAL, DATA-DRIVEN APPROACH TO MODELING THE KEPLER DATA
    Wang, Dun, Hogg, David W., Foreman-Mackey, Daniel, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128i4503W)

  69. EVOLUTION OF GALAXY HABITABILITY
    Gobat, Raphael, Hong, Sungwook E.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...592A..96G)

  70. ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS IN K2 SUPERPIG RESULTS FOR CAMPAIGNS 0-5
    Adams, Elisabeth R., Jackson, Brian, Endl, Michael
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...47A)

  71. REDUCED ACTIVITY AND LARGE PARTICLES FROM THE DISINTEGRATING PLANET CANDIDATE KIC 12557548B
    Schlawin, E., Herter, T., Zhao, M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..156S)

  72. EXAMINING TATOOINE: ATMOSPHERIC MODELS OF NEPTUNE-LIKE CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    May, E. M., Rauscher, E.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..225M)

  73. CAUSTIC STRUCTURES AND DETECTABILITY OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS IN MICROLENSING
    Luhn, Jacob K., Penny, Matthew T., Gaudi, B. Scott
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...61L)

  74. ELEVEN MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS FROM K2 CAMPAIGNS 1 AND 2 AND THE MASSES OF TWO HOT SUPER-EARTHS
    Sinukoff, Evan, Howard, Andrew W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...78S)

  75. KEPLER-1647B: THE LARGEST AND LONGEST-PERIOD KEPLER TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Kostov, Veselin B., Orosz, Jerome A., Welsh, William F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...86K)

  76. FIVE PLANETS TRANSITING A NINTH MAGNITUDE STAR
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Becker, Juliette C., Kristiansen, Martti H., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827L..10V)

  77. A PLANET IN AN 840 DAY ORBIT AROUND A KEPLER MAIN-SEQUENCE A STAR FOUND FROM PHASE MODULATION OF ITS PULSATIONS
    Murphy, Simon J., Bedding, Timothy R., Shibahashi, Hiromoto
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827L..17M)

  78. NEW PROSPECTS FOR OBSERVING AND CATALOGUING EXOPLANETS IN WELL-DETACHED BINARIES
    Schwarz, R., Funk, B., Zechner, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.460.3598S)

  79. SEARCH FOR LIGHT CURVE MODULATIONS AMONG KEPLER CANDIDATES. THREE VERY LOW-MASS TRANSITING COMPANIONS
    Lillo-Box, J., Ribas, A., Barrado, D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...592A..32L)

  80. USING KEPLER CANDIDATES TO EXAMINE THE PROPERTIES OF HABITABLE ZONE EXOPLANETS
    Adams, Arthur D., Kane, Stephen R.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152....4A)

  81. THE IMPACT OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANETARY SYSTEMS. I. THE RUINOUS INFLUENCE OF CLOSE BINARY COMPANIONS
    Kraus, Adam L., Ireland, Michael J., Huber, Daniel, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152....8K)

  82. ROBO-AO KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATE SURVEY. II. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 969 KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS
    Baranec, Christoph, Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...18B)

  83. PROBABILISTIC MASS-RADIUS RELATIONSHIP FOR SUB-NEPTUNE-SIZED PLANETS
    Wolfgang, Angie, Rogers, Leslie A., Ford, Eric B.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825...19W)

  84. THE K2-ESPRINT PROJECT IV. A HOT JUPITER IN A PROGRADE ORBIT WITH A POSSIBLE STELLAR COMPANION
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Nowak, Grzegorz, Kuzuhara, Masayuki, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825...53H)

  85. DETECTING PLANET PAIRS IN MEAN MOTION RESONANCES VIA THE ASTROMETRY METHOD
    Wu, Dong-Hong, Liu, Hui-Gen, Yu, Zhou-Yi, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825...76W)

  86. WARM JUPITERS ARE LESS LONELY THAN HOT JUPITERS: CLOSE NEIGHBORS
    Huang, Chelsea, Wu, Yanqin, Triaud, Amaury H. M. J.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825...98H)

  87. POWER BEAMING LEAKAGE RADIATION AS A SETI OBSERVABLE
    Benford, James N., Benford, Dominic J.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825..101B)

  88. PROBING TRAPPIST-1-LIKE SYSTEMS WITH K2
    Demory, Brice-Olivier, Queloz, Didier, Alibert, Yann, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825L..25D)

  89. NO TIMING VARIATIONS OBSERVED IN THIRD TRANSIT OF SNOW-LINE EXOPLANET KEPLER-421B
    Dalba, Paul A., Muirhead, Philip S.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826L...7D)

  90. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. IX. CATALOG OF THE FULL LONG-CADENCE DATA SET
    Holczer, Tomer, Mazeh, Tsevi, Nachmani, Gil, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..225....9H)

  91. K2SC: FLEXIBLE SYSTEMATICS CORRECTION AND DETRENDING OF K2 LIGHT CURVES USING GAUSSIAN PROCESS REGRESSION
    Aigrain, S., Parviainen, H., Pope, B. J. S.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459.2408A)

  92. HABITABILITY OF TERRESTRIAL-MASS PLANETS IN THE HZ OF M DWARFS - I. H/HE-DOMINATED ATMOSPHERES
    Owen, James E., Mohanty, Subhanjoy
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459.4088O)

  93. IDENTIFYING FALSE ALARMS IN THE KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATE CATALOG
    Mullally, F., Coughlin, Jeffery L., Thompson, Susan E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128g4502M)

  94. COMBINING PHOTOMETRY FROM KEPLER AND TESS TO IMPROVE SHORT-PERIOD EXOPLANET CHARACTERIZATION
    Placek, Ben, Knuth, Kevin H., Angerhausen, Daniel
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128g4503P)

  95. THE ROBO-AO KOI SURVEY: LASER ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF EVERY KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE
    Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2016, not refereed (2016SPIE.9909E..5UZ)

  96. THE SEARCH FOR IR EXCESS IN LOW SIGNAL TO NOISE SOURCES
    Zink, Jonathon K., Christian, Damian
    2016, pre-print (2016arXiv160707894Z)

  97. PREDICTABLE PATTERNS IN PLANETARY TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS AND TRANSIT DURATION VARIATIONS DUE TO EXOMOONS
    Heller, René, Hippke, Michael, Placek, Ben, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...591A..67H)

  98. STARSPOTS ON WASP-85
    Močnik, T., Clark, B. J. M., Anderson, D. R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151..150M)

  99. PLANET HUNTERS. X. SEARCHING FOR NEARBY NEIGHBORS OF 75 PLANET AND ECLIPSING BINARY CANDIDATES FROM THE K2 KEPLER EXTENDED MISSION
    Schmitt, Joseph R., Tokovinin, Andrei, Wang, Ji, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151..159S)

  100. TWO HOT JUPITERS FROM K2 CAMPAIGN 4
    Johnson, Marshall C., Gandolfi, Davide, Fridlund, Malcolm, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151..171J)

  101. DOPPLER MONITORING OF FIVE K2 TRANSITING PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Dai, Fei, Winn, Joshua N., Albrecht, Simon, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823..115D)

  102. K2-29 B/WASP-152 B: AN ALIGNED AND INFLATED HOT JUPITER IN A YOUNG VISUAL BINARY
    Santerne, A., Hébrard, G., Lillo-Box, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824...55S)

  103. MICROLENSING PARALLAX FOR OBSERVERS IN HELIOCENTRIC MOTION
    Calchi Novati, S., Scarpetta, G.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824..109C)

  104. THE EFFECT OF ORBITAL CONFIGURATION ON THE POSSIBLE CLIMATES AND HABITABILITY OF KEPLER-62F
    Shields, Aomawa L., Barnes, Rory, Agol, Eric, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AsBio..16..443S)

  105. EFFECTIVE STELLAR FLUX CALCULATIONS FOR LIMITS OF LIFE-SUPPORTING ZONES OF EXOPLANETS
    Ludwig, W., Eggl, S., Neubauer, D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458.3752L)

  106. DRIFTING ASTEROID FRAGMENTS AROUND WD 1145+017
    Rappaport, S., Gary, B. L., Kaye, T., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458.3904R)

  107. A CLOAKING DEVICE FOR TRANSITING PLANETS
    Kipping, David M., Teachey, Alex
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459.1233K)

  108. THE MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF THE STAR KEPLER-78
    Moutou, C., Donati, J. -F., Lin, D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459.1993M)

  109. PREBIOTIC CHEMISTRY AND ATMOSPHERIC WARMING OF EARLY EARTH BY AN ACTIVE YOUNG SUN
    Airapetian, V. S., Glocer, A., Gronoff, G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016NatGe...9..452A)

  110. A NEPTUNE-SIZED TRANSITING PLANET CLOSELY ORBITING A 5-10-MILLION-YEAR-OLD STAR
    David, Trevor J., Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Natur.534..658D)

  111. INFERRING ASYMMETRIC LIMB CLOUDINESS ON EXOPLANETS FROM TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES
    von Paris, P., Gratier, P., Bordé, P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...589A..52V)

  112. GRAY TRANSITS OF WD 1145+017 OVER THE VISIBLE BAND
    Alonso, R., Rappaport, S., Deeg, H. J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...589L...6A)

  113. MODELLING CIRCUMBINARY PROTOPLANETARY DISKS. II. GAS DISK FEEDBACK ON PLANETESIMAL DYNAMICAL AND COLLISIONAL EVOLUTION IN THE CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS KEPLER-16 AND 34
    Lines, S., Leinhardt, Z. M., Baruteau, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...590A..62L)

  114. KEPLER-539: A YOUNG EXTRASOLAR SYSTEM WITH TWO GIANT PLANETS ON WIDE ORBITS AND IN GRAVITATIONAL INTERACTION
    Mancini, L., Lillo-Box, J., Southworth, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...590A.112M)

  115. TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES BEYOND THE SNOW LINE DETECTED BY VISUAL INSPECTION OF 7557 KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Uehara, Sho, Kawahara, Hajime, Masuda, Kento, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822....2U)

  116. SPITZER OBSERVATIONS OF EXOPLANETS DISCOVERED WITH THE KEPLER K2 MISSION
    Beichman, Charles, Livingston, John, Werner, Michael, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822...39B)

  117. CORRELATIONS BETWEEN COMPOSITIONS AND ORBITS ESTABLISHED BY THE GIANT IMPACT ERA OF PLANET FORMATION
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Lee, Eve J., Chiang, Eugene
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822...54D)

  118. FALSE POSITIVE PROBABILITIES FOR ALL KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST: 1284 NEWLY VALIDATED PLANETS AND 428 LIKELY FALSE POSITIVES
    Morton, Timothy D., Bryson, Stephen T., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822...86M)

  119. SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR THREE TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS: WASP-103B, WASP-87B, AND WASP-66B
    Addison, B. C., Tinney, C. G., Wright, D. J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823...29A)

  120. ON THE DETECTION OF NON-TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS IN MULTIPLE-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Millholland, Sarah, Wang, Songhu, Laughlin, Gregory
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823L...7M)

  121. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER. VII. THE FIRST FULLY UNIFORM CATALOG BASED ON THE ENTIRE 48-MONTH DATA SET (Q1-Q17 DR24)
    Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Mullally, F., Thompson, Susan E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..224...12C)

  122. A RESONANT CHAIN OF FOUR TRANSITING, SUB-NEPTUNE PLANETS
    Mills, Sean M., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Migaszewski, Cezary, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Natur.533..509M)

  123. WHITE DWARF WD-1145+17 "ZOMBIE STAR" CONSUMES ASTEROID
    Kaye, Thomas G., Gary, Bruce L., Rappaport, Saul A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016SASS...35..127K)

  124. KEPLER EXOPLANETS: A NEW METHOD OF POPULATION ANALYSIS
    Traub, Wesley A.
    2016, pre-print (2016arXiv160502255T)

  125. MODELING THE ORBITAL SAMPLING EFFECT OF EXTRASOLAR MOONS
    Heller, René, Hippke, Michael, Jackson, Brian
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...88H)

  126. THE ECCENTRICITY DISTRIBUTION OF SHORT-PERIOD PLANET CANDIDATES DETECTED BY KEPLER IN OCCULTATION
    Shabram, Megan, Demory, Brice-Olivier, Cisewski, Jessi, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...93S)

  127. A TRANSITING JUPITER ANALOG
    Kipping, D. M., Torres, G., Henze, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820..112K)

  128. EFFICIENT GEOMETRIC PROBABILITIES OF MULTI-TRANSITING EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS FROM CORBITS
    Brakensiek, Joshua, Ragozzine, Darin
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...47B)

  129. LIVING WITH A RED DWARF: ROTATION AND X-RAY AND ULTRAVIOLET PROPERTIES OF THE HALO POPULATION KAPTEYN'S STAR
    Guinan, Edward F., Engle, Scott G., Durbin, Allyn
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...81G)

  130. TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS FOR PLANETS NEAR ECCENTRICITY-TYPE MEAN MOTION RESONANCES
    Deck, Katherine M., Agol, Eric
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...96D)

  131. THE IMPACT OF STELLAR ROTATION ON THE DETECTABILITY OF HABITABLE PLANETS AROUND M DWARFS
    Newton, Elisabeth R., Irwin, Jonathan, Charbonneau, David, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821L..19N)

  132. THE SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EARTH'S SOLAR TRANSIT ZONE
    Heller, René, Pudritz, Ralph E.
    2016, refereed (2016AsBio..16..259H)

  133. A LUCKY IMAGING MULTIPLICITY STUDY OF EXOPLANET HOST STARS - II
    Ginski, C., Mugrauer, M., Seeliger, M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.2173G)

  134. SINGLE TRANSIT CANDIDATES FROM K2: DETECTION AND PERIOD ESTIMATION
    Osborn, H. P., Armstrong, D. J., Brown, D. J. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.2273O)

  135. ON THE FORMATION OF COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS VIA CONCURRENT CORE ACCRETION AND MIGRATION
    Coleman, Gavin A. L., Nelson, Richard P.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.2480C)

  136. THEY ARE SMALL WORLDS AFTER ALL: REVISED PROPERTIES OF KEPLER M DWARF STARS AND THEIR PLANETS
    Gaidos, E., Mann, A. W., Kraus, A. L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.2877G)

  137. OPTICAL PHASE CURVES AS DIAGNOSTICS FOR AEROSOL COMPOSITION IN EXOPLANETARY ATMOSPHERES
    Oreshenko, Maria, Heng, Kevin, Demory, Brice-Olivier
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.3420O)

  138. SENSITIVITY BIAS IN THE MASS-RADIUS DISTRIBUTION FROM TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS AND RADIAL VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS
    Steffen, Jason H.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.4384S)

  139. HOT SUPER-EARTHS STRIPPED BY THEIR HOST STARS
    Lundkvist, M. S., Kjeldsen, H., Albrecht, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016NatCo...711201L)

  140. CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSITING EXOPLANETS: ANALYZING THE IMPACT OF THE HOST STAR ON THE PLANET PARAMETERS
    Bruno, Giovanni
    2016, pre-print (2016arXiv160403979B)

  141. PAN-PLANETS: SEARCHING FOR HOT JUPITERS AROUND COOL DWARFS
    Obermeier, C., Koppenhoefer, J., Saglia, R. P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...587A..49O)

  142. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. XVII. THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GIANT EXOPLANETS WITHIN 400 DAYS OF PERIOD
    Santerne, A., Moutou, C., Tsantaki, M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...587A..64S)

  143. INFERRING HEAT RECIRCULATION AND ALBEDO FOR EXOPLANETARY ATMOSPHERES: COMPARING OPTICAL PHASE CURVES AND SECONDARY ECLIPSE DATA
    von Paris, P., Gratier, P., Bordé, P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...587A.149V)

  144. SCALING THE EARTH: A SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF TERRESTRIAL EXOPLANETARY INTERIOR MODELS
    Unterborn, C. T., Dismukes, E. E., Panero, W. R.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...32U)

  145. KIC 7177553: A QUADRUPLE SYSTEM OF TWO CLOSE BINARIES
    Lehmann, H., Borkovits, T., Rappaport, S. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...33L)

  146. REVISED MASSES AND DENSITIES OF THE PLANETS AROUND KEPLER-10
    Weiss, Lauren M., Rogers, Leslie A., Isaacson, Howard T., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...83W)

  147. SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT OF EXOPLANET SYSTEMS: ENSEMBLE ANALYSIS USING ASTEROSEISMOLOGY
    Campante, T. L., Lund, M. N., Kuszlewicz, J. S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...85C)

  148. THE INITIAL PHYSICAL CONDITIONS OF KEPLER-36 B AND C
    Owen, James E., Morton, Timothy. D.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819L..10O)

  149. SECURE MASS MEASUREMENTS FROM TRANSIT TIMING: 10 KEPLER EXOPLANETS BETWEEN 3 AND 8 M WITH DIVERSE DENSITIES AND INCIDENT FLUXES
    Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Ford, Eric B., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...39J)

  150. THE K2-ESPRINT PROJECT III: A CLOSE-IN SUPER-EARTH AROUND A METAL-RICH MID-M DWARF
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Fukui, Akihiko, Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...41H)

  151. THE K2-ESPRINT PROJECT. II. SPECTROSCOPIC FOLLOW-UP OF THREE EXOPLANET SYSTEMS FROM CAMPAIGN 1 OF K2
    Van Eylen, Vincent, Nowak, Grzegorz, Albrecht, Simon, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...56V)

  152. THE DETAILED CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE TERRESTRIAL PLANET HOST KEPLER-10
    Liu, F., Yong, D., Asplund, M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.2636L)

  153. THERE MIGHT BE GIANTS: UNSEEN JUPITER-MASS PLANETS AS SCULPTORS OF TIGHTLY PACKED PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Hands, T. O., Alexander, R. D.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.4121H)

  154. ORBITAL DYNAMICS OF EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS KEPLER-62, HD 200964 AND KEPLER-11
    Mia, Rajib, Kushvah, Badam Singh
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.1089M)

  155. KEPLER MISSION: DEVELOPMENT AND OVERVIEW
    Borucki, William J.
    2016, refereed (2016RPPh...79c6901B)

  156. HOT JUPITERS AND SUPER-EARTHS
    Mustill, Alexander James, Davies, Melvyn B, Johansen, Anders
    2016, pre-print (2016arXiv160309506M)

  157. VARIABILITY OF KEPLER SOLAR-LIKE STARS HARBORING SMALL EXOPLANETS
    Howell, Steve B., Ciardi, David R., Giampapa, Mark S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151...43H)

  158. ATMOSPHERES OF LOW-MASS PLANETS: THE "BOIL-OFF"
    Owen, James E., Wu, Yanqin
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817..107O)

  159. TWO TRANSITING LOW DENSITY SUB-SATURNS FROM K2
    Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., Lopez, Eric D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...36P)

  160. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). I. A NEPTUNE-SIZED PLANET ORBITING AN M4.5 DWARF IN THE HYADES STAR CLUSTER
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Mace, Gregory N., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...46M)

  161. TWO SMALL TEMPERATE PLANETS TRANSITING NEARBY M DWARFS IN K2 CAMPAIGNS 0 AND 1
    Schlieder, Joshua E., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...87S)

  162. THE INFLUENCE OF THE EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTION ON THE STRUCTURE AND COMPOSITION OF THE UPPER ATMOSPHERE OF EXOPLANETS
    Guo, J. H., Ben-Jaffel, Lotfi
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818..107G)

  163. CONSTRAINING THE RADIATION AND PLASMA ENVIRONMENT OF THE KEPLER CIRCUMBINARY HABITABLE-ZONE PLANETS
    Zuluaga, Jorge I., Mason, Paul A., Cuartas-Restrepo, Pablo A.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818..160Z)

  164. TRANSIT TIMING TO FIRST ORDER IN ECCENTRICITY
    Agol, Eric, Deck, Katherine
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818..177A)

  165. HIGH-SPEED PHOTOMETRY OF THE DISINTEGRATING PLANETESIMALS AT WD1145+017: EVIDENCE FOR RAPID DYNAMICAL EVOLUTION
    Gänsicke, B. T., Aungwerojwit, A., Marsh, T. R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818L...7G)

  166. A SEARCH FOR BRIEF OPTICAL FLASHES ASSOCIATED WITH THE SETI TARGET KIC 8462852
    Abeysekara, A. U., Archambault, S., Archer, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818L..33A)

  167. A PAN-STARRS 1 STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WIDE BINARITY AND PLANET OCCURRENCE IN THE KEPLER FIELD
    Deacon, N. R., Kraus, A. L., Mann, A. W., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.4212D)

  168. OSCILLATION FREQUENCIES FOR 35 KEPLER SOLAR-TYPE PLANET-HOSTING STARS USING BAYESIAN TECHNIQUES AND MACHINE LEARNING
    Davies, G. R., Silva Aguirre, V., Bedding, T. R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.2183D)

  169. PERIODIC TRANSIT AND VARIABILITY SEARCH WITH SIMULTANEOUS SYSTEMATICS FILTERING: IS IT WORTH IT?
    Kovács, Géza, Hartman, Joel D., Bakos, Gáspár Á.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...585A..57K)

  170. ANALYSIS OF THE EXOPLANET CONTAINING SYSTEM KEPLER-91
    Budding, E., Püsküllü, Ç., Rhodes, M. D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Ap&SS.361...17B)

  171. THE SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL CIVILIZATIONS WITH LARGE ENERGY SUPPLIES. IV. THE SIGNATURES AND INFORMATION CONTENT OF TRANSITING MEGASTRUCTURES
    Wright, Jason T., Cartier, Kimberly M. S., Zhao, Ming, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...17W)

  172. INSIDE-OUT PLANET FORMATION. III. PLANET-DISK INTERACTION AT THE DEAD ZONE INNER BOUNDARY
    Hu, Xiao, Zhu, Zhaohuan, Tan, Jonathan C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...19H)

  173. THE KEPLER DICHOTOMY AMONG THE M DWARFS: HALF OF SYSTEMS CONTAIN FIVE OR MORE COPLANAR PLANETS
    Ballard, Sarah, Johnson, John Asher
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...66B)

  174. TATOOINE NURSERIES: STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF CIRCUMBINARY PROTOPLANETARY DISKS
    Vartanyan, David, Garmilla, José A., Rafikov, Roman R.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...94V)

  175. THE KEPLER-454 SYSTEM: A SMALL, NOT-ROCKY INNER PLANET, A JOVIAN WORLD, AND A DISTANT COMPANION
    Gettel, Sara, Charbonneau, David, Dressing, Courtney D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...95G)

  176. DYNAMICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR LIFE IN MULTI-HABITABLE PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Steffen, Jason H., Li, Gongjie
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...97S)

  177. EVIDENCE FOR GAS FROM A DISINTEGRATING EXTRASOLAR ASTEROID
    Xu, S., Jura, M., Dufour, P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816L..22X)

  178. THE ENIGMATIC AND EPHEMERAL M DWARF SYSTEM KOI 6705: CHESHIRE CAT OR WILD GOOSE?
    Gaidos, Eric, Mann, Andrew W., Ansdell, Megan
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...50G)

  179. ORBITAL ARCHITECTURES OF PLANET-HOSTING BINARIES. I. FORMING FIVE SMALL PLANETS IN THE TRUNCATED DISK OF KEPLER-444A
    Dupuy, Trent J., Kratter, Kaitlin M., Kraus, Adam L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...80D)

  180. PLANETARY CANDIDATES FROM THE FIRST YEAR OF THE K2 MISSION
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Latham, David W., Buchhave, Lars A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..222...14V)

  181. SIDRA: A BLIND ALGORITHM FOR SIGNAL DETECTION IN PHOTOMETRIC SURVEYS
    Mislis, D., Bachelet, E., Alsubai, K. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455..626M)

  182. OSCILLATIONS OF RELATIVE INCLINATION ANGLES IN COMPACT EXTRASOLAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Becker, Juliette C., Adams, Fred C.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.2980B)

  183. THE HOST STARS OF KEPLER'S HABITABLE EXOPLANETS: SUPERFLARES, ROTATION AND ACTIVITY
    Armstrong, D. J., Pugh, C. E., Broomhall, A. -M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.3110A)

  184. A TRIPLE ORIGIN FOR THE LACK OF TIGHT COPLANAR CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS AROUND SHORT-PERIOD BINARIES
    Hamers, Adrian S., Perets, Hagai B., Portegies Zwart, Simon F.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.3180H)

  185. A POSSIBLE CORRELATION BETWEEN PLANETARY RADIUS AND ORBITAL PERIOD FOR SMALL PLANETS
    Helled, Ravit, Lozovsky, Michael, Zucker, Shay
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455L..96H)

  186. THE LAPLACE RESONANCE IN THE KEPLER-60 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Goździewski, K., Migaszewski, C., Panichi, F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455L.104G)

  187. SERENDIPITOUS SCIENCE FROM THE K2 MISSION
    Buzasi, Derek, L., Carboneau, Lindsey, Hessler, Carly, et al.
    2016, not refereed (2016IAUFM..29B.673B)

  188. TOPICS IN EXTRASOLAR PLANET CHARACTERIZATION
    Howe, Alex Ryan
    2016, refereed (2016PhDT........98H)

  189. UNDERSTANDING EXOPLANET POPULATIONS WITH SIMULATION-BASED METHODS
    Morehead, Robert Charles
    2016, refereed (2016PhDT.......179M)

2015

  1. COMPARATIVE HABITABILITY OF TRANSITING EXOPLANETS
    Barnes, Rory, Meadows, Victoria S., Evans, Nicole
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...91B)

  2. AN INCREASE IN THE MASS OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS AROUND LOWER-MASS STARS
    Mulders, Gijs D., Pascucci, Ilaria, Apai, Dániel
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814..130M)

  3. CHARACTERIZATION OF KEPLER-91B AND THE INVESTIGATION OF A POTENTIAL TROJAN COMPANION USING EXONEST
    Placek, Ben, Knuth, Kevin H., Angerhausen, Daniel, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814..147P)

  4. DETAILED ABUNDANCES OF STARS WITH SMALL PLANETS DISCOVERED BY KEPLER. I. THE FIRST SAMPLE
    Schuler, Simon C., Vaz, Zachary A., Katime Santrich, Orlando J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815....5S)

  5. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE K2-19 MULTIPLE-TRANSITING PLANETARY SYSTEM VIA HIGH-DISPERSION SPECTROSCOPY, AO IMAGING, AND TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Narita, Norio, Hirano, Teruyuki, Fukui, Akihiko, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...47N)

  6. PLANET HUNTERS. VIII. CHARACTERIZATION OF 41 LONG-PERIOD EXOPLANET CANDIDATES FROM KEPLER ARCHIVAL DATA
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815..127W)

  7. HIGH-PRECISION PHOTOMETRY FOR K2 CAMPAIGN 1
    Huang, C. X., Penev, K., Hartman, J. D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.4159H)

  8. PHOTODYNAMICAL MASS DETERMINATION OF THE MULTIPLANETARY SYSTEM K2-19
    Barros, S. C. C., Almenara, J. M., Demangeon, O., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.4267B)

  9. TRANSIT-DEPTH METALLICITY CORRELATION: A BAYESIAN APPROACH
    Sarkis, P., Nehmé, C.
    2015, not refereed (2015sf2a.conf..293S)

  10. MERCURY-T: A NEW CODE TO STUDY TIDALLY EVOLVING MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS. APPLICATIONS TO KEPLER-62
    Bolmont, Emeline, Raymond, Sean N., Leconte, Jeremy, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...583A.116B)

  11. A COMPARISON OF SPECTROSCOPIC VERSUS IMAGING TECHNIQUES FOR DETECTING CLOSE COMPANIONS TO KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Teske, Johanna K., Everett, Mark E., Hirsch, Lea, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..144T)

  12. AN EXO-JUPITER CANDIDATE IN THE ECLIPSING BINARY FL LYR
    Kozyreva, V. S., Bogomazov, A. I., Demkov, B. P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ARep...59.1036K)

  13. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK): V. A SURVEY OF 41 PLANETARY CANDIDATES FOR EXOMOONS
    Kipping, D. M., Schmitt, A. R., Huang, X., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813...14K)

  14. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. IV. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF KEPLER STARS WITH MULTIPLE TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Xie, Ji-Wei, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813..130W)

  15. SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT OF TWO-PLANET-SYSTEM KOI-89 VIA GRAVITY DARKENING
    Ahlers, John P., Barnes, Jason W., Barnes, Rory
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...67A)

  16. A SEARCH FOR RINGED EXOPLANETS USING KEPLER PHOTOMETRY
    Heising, Matthew Z., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Schlichting, Hilke E.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...81H)

  17. STABILITY OF EARTH-MASS PLANETS IN THE KEPLER-68 SYSTEM
    Kane, Stephen R.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814L...9K)

  18. KIC 8462852: THE INFRARED FLUX
    Marengo, Massimo, Hulsebus, Alan, Willis, Sarah
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814L..15M)

  19. ABSOLUTE MASSES AND RADII DETERMINATION IN MULTIPLANETARY SYSTEMS WITHOUT STELLAR MODELS
    Almenara, J. M., Díaz, R. F., Mardling, R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.453.2644A)

  20. NO CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS TRANSITING THE TIGHTEST KEPLER BINARIES - A POSSIBLE FINGERPRINT OF A THIRD STAR
    Martin, David V., Mazeh, Tsevi, Fabrycky, Daniel C.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.453.3554M)

  21. TIDES ALONE CANNOT EXPLAIN KEPLER PLANETS CLOSE TO 2:1 MMR
    Silburt, Ari, Rein, Hanno
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.453.4089S)

  22. A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF KEPLER PHASE CURVES AND SECONDARY ECLIPSES: TEMPERATURES AND ALBEDOS OF CONFIRMED KEPLER GIANT PLANETS
    Angerhausen, Daniel, DeLarme, Em, Morse, Jon A.
    2015, refereed (2015PASP..127.1113A)

  23. PROBING EXOPLANET CLOUDS WITH OPTICAL PHASE CURVES
    Garcia Munoz, A., Isaak, K. G.
    2015, refereed (2015PNAS..11213461G)

  24. HIDE AND SEEK: RADIAL-VELOCITY SEARCHES FOR PLANETS AROUND ACTIVE STARS
    Haywood, Raphaëlle Dawn
    2015, refereed (2015PhDT.......193H)

  25. MODELLING CIRCUMBINARY PROTOPLANETARY DISKS. I. FLUID SIMULATIONS OF THE KEPLER-16 AND 34 SYSTEMS
    Lines, S., Leinhardt, Z. M., Baruteau, C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...582A...5L)

  26. ONE OF THE CLOSEST EXOPLANET PAIRS TO THE 3:2 MEAN MOTION RESONANCE: K2-19B AND C
    Armstrong, David J., Santerne, Alexandre, Veras, Dimitri, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...582A..33A)

  27. STUDYING ATMOSPHERE-DOMINATED HOT JUPITER KEPLER PHASE CURVES: EVIDENCE THAT INHOMOGENEOUS ATMOSPHERIC REFLECTION IS COMMON
    Shporer, Avi, Hu, Renyu
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..112S)

  28. KEPLER MISSION STELLAR AND INSTRUMENT NOISE PROPERTIES REVISITED
    Gilliland, Ronald L., Chaplin, William J., Jenkins, Jon M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..133G)

  29. TWO TRANSITING EARTH-SIZE PLANETS NEAR RESONANCE ORBITING A NEARBY COOL STAR
    Petigura, Erik A., Schlieder, Joshua E., Crossfield, Ian J. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811..102P)

  30. A MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUE TO IDENTIFY TRANSIT SHAPED SIGNALS
    Thompson, Susan E., Mullally, Fergal, Coughlin, Jeff, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812...46T)

  31. THE K2-ESPRINT PROJECT I: DISCOVERY OF THE DISINTEGRATING ROCKY PLANET K2-22B WITH A COMETARY HEAD AND LEADING TAIL
    Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Rappaport, S., Pallè, E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812..112S)

  32. GIANT IMPACT: AN EFFICIENT MECHANISM FOR THE DEVOLATILIZATION OF SUPER-EARTHS
    Liu, Shang-Fei, Hori, Yasunori, Lin, D. N. C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812..164L)

  33. A LOW STELLAR OBLIQUITY FOR WASP-47, A COMPACT MULTIPLANET SYSTEM WITH A HOT JUPITER AND AN ULTRA-SHORT PERIOD PLANET
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Winn, Joshua N., Dai, Fei, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812L..11S)

  34. WASP-47: A HOT JUPITER SYSTEM WITH TWO ADDITIONAL PLANETS DISCOVERED BY K2
    Becker, Juliette C., Vanderburg, Andrew, Adams, Fred C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812L..18B)

  35. DISCOVERY OF WASP-­85 AB: A HOT JUPITER IN A VISUAL BINARY SYSTEM
    Brown, D. J. A.
    2015, not refereed (2015EPSC...10..603B)

  36. HIGH-ORDER HARMONICS IN LIGHT CURVES OF KEPLER PLANETS
    Armstrong, Caden, Rein, Hanno
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.453L..98A)

  37. A DISINTEGRATING MINOR PLANET TRANSITING A WHITE DWARF
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Johnson, John Asher, Rappaport, Saul, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.526..546V)

  38. PREVALENCE OF EARTH-SIZE PLANETS ORBITING SUN-LIKE STARS
    Ardeshir Petigura, Erik
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv151003902A)

  39. PLANETARY CANDIDATES AROUND THE PULSATING SDB STAR KIC 5807616 CONSIDERED DOUBTFUL
    Krzesinski, J.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581A...7K)

  40. EVOLUTION OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS AROUND ECCENTRIC BINARIES: THE CASE OF KEPLER-34
    Kley, Wilhelm, Haghighipour, Nader
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581A..20K)

  41. A HARPS VIEW ON K2-3
    Almenara, J. M., Astudillo-Defru, N., Bonfils, X., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581L...7A)

  42. HAT-P-56B: AN INFLATED MASSIVE HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A BRIGHT F STAR FOLLOWED UP WITH K2 CAMPAIGN 0 OBSERVATIONS
    Huang, C. X., Hartman, J. D., Bakos, G. Á., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150...85H)

  43. MEASURING TRANSIT SIGNAL RECOVERY IN THE KEPLER PIPELINE II: DETECTION EFFICIENCY AS CALCULATED IN ONE YEAR OF DATA
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Clarke, Bruce D., Burke, Christopher J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810...95C)

  44. ECCENTRICITY EVOLUTION THROUGH ACCRETION OF PROTOPLANETS
    Matsumoto, Yuji, Nagasawa, Makiko, Ida, Shigeru
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810..106M)

  45. MIGRATION OF TWO MASSIVE PLANETS INTO (AND OUT OF) FIRST ORDER MEAN MOTION RESONANCES
    Deck, Katherine M., Batygin, Konstantin
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810..119D)

  46. A STATISTICAL SEARCH FOR A POPULATION OF EXO-TROJANS IN THE KEPLER DATA SET
    Hippke, Michael, Angerhausen, Daniel
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811....1H)

  47. PRELUDE TO, AND NATURE OF THE SPACE PHOTOMETRY REVOLUTION
    Gilliland, Ronald L.
    2015, not refereed (2015EPJWC.10100001G)

  48. KOI-3158: THE OLDEST KNOWN SYSTEM OF TERRESTRIAL-SIZE PLANETS
    Campante, T. L., Barclay, T., Swift, J. J., et al.
    2015, not refereed (2015EPJWC.10102004C)

  49. WHAT ASTEROSEISMOLOGY CAN DO FOR EXOPLANETS
    Van Eylen, Vincent, Lund, Mikkel N., Silva Aguirre, Victor, et al.
    2015, not refereed (2015EPJWC.10102005V)

  50. MULTIPLE STAR SYSTEMS OBSERVED WITH COROT AND KEPLER
    Southworth, John
    2015, not refereed (2015EPJWC.10104001S)

  51. TORQUE ON AN EXOPLANET FROM AN ANISOTROPIC EVAPORATIVE WIND
    Teyssandier, Jean, Owen, James E., Adams, Fred C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.1743T)

  52. AGES AND FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF KEPLER EXOPLANET HOST STARS FROM ASTEROSEISMOLOGY
    Silva Aguirre, V., Davies, G. R., Basu, S., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.2127S)

  53. VETTING KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES IN THE SUB-JOVIAN DESERT WITH MULTIBAND PHOTOMETRY
    Colón, Knicole D., Morehead, Robert C., Ford, Eric B.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.3001C)

  54. MAPS AND MASSES OF TRANSITING EXOPLANETS: TOWARDS NEW INSIGHTS INTO ATMOSPHERIC AND INTERIOR PROPERTIES OF PLANETS
    de Wit, Julien
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv150901493D)

  55. CONSTRAINING PLANET STRUCTURE FROM STELLAR CHEMISTRY: THE CASES OF COROT-7, KEPLER-10, AND KEPLER-93
    Santos, N. C., Adibekyan, V., Mordasini, C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...580L..13S)

  56. DISCOVERY AND VALIDATION OF KEPLER-452B: A 1.6 R SUPER EARTH EXOPLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A G2 STAR
    Jenkins, Jon M., Twicken, Joseph D., Batalha, Natalie M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150...56J)

  57. ECCENTRICITY FROM TRANSIT PHOTOMETRY: SMALL PLANETS IN KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS HAVE LOW ECCENTRICITIES
    Van Eylen, Vincent, Albrecht, Simon
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808..126V)

  58. EVOLUTIONARY MODELS OF SUPER-EARTHS AND MINI-NEPTUNES INCORPORATING COOLING AND MASS LOSS
    Howe, Alex R., Burrows, Adam
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808..150H)

  59. THE METALLICITIES OF STARS WITH AND WITHOUT TRANSITING PLANETS
    Buchhave, Lars A., Latham, David W.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808..187B)

  60. PROBABLE SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNED SUPER-EARTH PLANET CANDIDATE KOI2138
    Barnes, Jason W., Ahlers, Johnathon P., Seubert, Shayne A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808L..38B)

  61. THE FIVE PLANETS IN THE KEPLER-296 BINARY SYSTEM ALL ORBIT THE PRIMARY: A STATISTICAL AND ANALYTICAL ANALYSIS
    Barclay, Thomas, Quintana, Elisa V., Adams, Fred C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809....7B)

  62. TERRESTRIAL PLANET OCCURRENCE RATES FOR THE KEPLER GK DWARF SAMPLE
    Burke, Christopher J., Christiansen, Jessie L., Mullally, F., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809....8B)

  63. STELLAR AND PLANETARY PROPERTIES OF K2 CAMPAIGN 1 CANDIDATES AND VALIDATION OF 17 PLANETS, INCLUDING A PLANET RECEIVING EARTH-LIKE INSOLATION
    Montet, Benjamin T., Morton, Timothy D., Foreman-Mackey, Daniel, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...25M)

  64. KEPLER 453 B - THE 10TH KEPLER TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Welsh, William F., Orosz, Jerome A., Short, Donald R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...26W)

  65. THE TRANSITING EXOPLANET SURVEY SATELLITE: SIMULATIONS OF PLANET DETECTIONS AND ASTROPHYSICAL FALSE POSITIVES
    Sullivan, Peter W., Winn, Joshua N., Berta-Thompson, Zachory K., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...77S)

  66. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. XVI. TOMOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENT OF THE LOW OBLIQUITY OF KOI-12B, A WARM JUPITER TRANSITING A FAST ROTATOR
    Bourrier, V., Lecavelier des Etangs, A., Hébrard, G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...579A..55B)

  67. HATS9-B AND HATS10-B: TWO COMPACT HOT JUPITERS IN FIELD 7 OF THE K2 MISSION
    Brahm, R., Jordán, A., Hartman, J. D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150...33B)

  68. SPACING OF KEPLER PLANETS: SCULPTING BY DYNAMICAL INSTABILITY
    Pu, Bonan, Wu, Yanqin
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807...44P)

  69. THE OCCURRENCE OF POTENTIALLY HABITABLE PLANETS ORBITING M DWARFS ESTIMATED FROM THE FULL KEPLER DATASET AND AN EMPIRICAL MEASUREMENT OF THE DETECTION SENSITIVITY
    Dressing, Courtney D., Charbonneau, David
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807...45D)

  70. EXTRACTING PERIODIC TRANSIT SIGNALS FROM NOISY LIGHT CURVES USING FOURIER SERIES
    Samsing, Johan
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807...65S)

  71. INTERPLAY OF TIDAL EVOLUTION AND STELLAR WIND BRAKING IN THE ROTATION OF STARS HOSTING MASSIVE CLOSE-IN PLANETS
    Ferraz-Mello, S., Tadeu dos Santos, M., Folonier, H., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807...78F)

  72. THE STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF PLANET ORBITS
    Tremaine, Scott
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807..157T)

  73. THE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM IN THE KEPLER SEARCH VOLUME
    Johnson, Marshall C., Redfield, Seth, Jensen, Adam G.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807..162J)

  74. TIME VARIATION OF KEPLER TRANSITS INDUCED BY STELLAR SPOTS—A WAY TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN PROGRADE AND RETROGRADE MOTION. II. APPLICATION TO KOIS
    Holczer, Tomer, Shporer, Avi, Mazeh, Tsevi, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807..170H)

  75. THE DESTRUCTION OF INNER PLANETARY SYSTEMS DURING HIGH-ECCENTRICITY MIGRATION OF GAS GIANTS
    Mustill, Alexander J., Davies, Melvyn B., Johansen, Anders
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808...14M)

  76. BIRTH LOCATIONS OF THE KEPLER CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Silsbee, Kedron, Rafikov, Roman R.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808...58S)

  77. THE MASS DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION OF PLANETS
    Malhotra, Renu
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808...71M)

  78. STEPS TOWARDS ETA-EARTH, FROM KEPLER DATA
    Traub, Wesley A.
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..359T)

  79. SURFACE FLUX PATTERNS ON PLANETS IN CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS AND POTENTIAL FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS
    Forgan, Duncan H., Mead, Alexander, Cockell, Charles S., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..465F)

  80. ON THE ABUNDANCE OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE AFTER THE KEPLER MISSION
    Wandel, Amri
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..511W)

  81. PARENT STARS OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETS - XV. HOST STAR ROTATION REVISITED WITH KEPLER DATA
    Gonzalez, Guillermo
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.3227G)

  82. SURVIVAL OF PLANETS AROUND SHRINKING STELLAR BINARIES
    Muñoz, Diego J., Lai, Dong
    2015, refereed (2015PNAS..112.9264M)

  83. PERIOD, EPOCH, AND PREDICTION ERRORS OF EPHEMERIDES FROM CONTINUOUS SETS OF TIMING MEASUREMENTS
    Deeg, H. J.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...578A..17D)

  84. AUTOMATIC CLASSIFICATION OF KEPLER PLANETARY TRANSIT CANDIDATES
    McCauliff, Sean D., Jenkins, Jon M., Catanzarite, Joseph, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806....6M)

  85. K2P2— A PHOTOMETRY PIPELINE FOR THE K2 MISSION
    Lund, Mikkel N., Handberg, Rasmus, Davies, Guy R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...30L)

  86. ON THE DETECTION OF EXOMOONS: A SEARCH IN KEPLER DATA FOR THE ORBITAL SAMPLING EFFECT AND THE SCATTER PEAK
    Hippke, Michael
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...51H)

  87. PLANET FORMATION AROUND BINARY STARS: TATOOINE MADE EASY
    Bromley, Benjamin C., Kenyon, Scott J.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...98B)

  88. HOW ROCKY ARE THEY? THE COMPOSITION DISTRIBUTION OF KEPLER'S SUB-NEPTUNE PLANET CANDIDATES WITHIN 0.15 AU
    Wolfgang, Angie, Lopez, Eric
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..183W)

  89. A SYSTEMATIC SEARCH FOR TRANSITING PLANETS IN THE K2 DATA
    Foreman-Mackey, Daniel, Montet, Benjamin T., Hogg, David W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..215F)

  90. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. III. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF KEPLER STARS WITH GAS GIANT PLANETS
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..248W)

  91. CONSOLIDATING AND CRUSHING EXOPLANETS: DID IT HAPPEN HERE?
    Volk, Kathryn, Gladman, Brett
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806L..26V)

  92. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. VIII. PARAMETERS OF THE PLANETS ORBITING KEPLER’S COOLEST DWARFS
    Swift, Jonathan J., Montet, Benjamin T., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..218...26S)

  93. PLANETARY HOST STARS: EVALUATING UNCERTAINTIES IN COOL MODEL ATMOSPHERES
    Bozhinova, I., Helling, Ch., Scholz, A.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450..160B)

  94. LIMB DARKENING AND EXOPLANETS: TESTING STELLAR MODEL ATMOSPHERES AND IDENTIFYING BIASES IN TRANSIT PARAMETERS
    Espinoza, Néstor, Jordán, Andrés
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.1879E)

  95. A SEARCH FOR OPTICAL LASER EMISSION USING KECK HIRES
    Tellis, Nathaniel K., Marcy, Geoffrey W.
    2015, refereed (2015PASP..127..540T)

  96. GRAVITATIONAL QUANTIZATION OF EXOPLANET ORBITS IN HD 10180, KEPLER-32, KEPLER-33, KEPLER-102, AND KEPLER-186
    Geroyannis, Vassilis S.
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv150606344G)

  97. CAN WE CONSTRAIN THE INTERIOR STRUCTURE OF ROCKY EXOPLANETS FROM MASS AND RADIUS MEASUREMENTS?
    Dorn, Caroline, Khan, Amir, Heng, Kevin, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...577A..83D)

  98. COMPARISON OF GYROCHRONOLOGICAL AND ISOCHRONAL AGE ESTIMATES FOR TRANSITING EXOPLANET HOST STARS
    Maxted, P. F. L., Serenelli, A. M., Southworth, J.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...577A..90M)

  99. KEPLER-447B: A HOT-JUPITER WITH AN EXTREMELY GRAZING TRANSIT
    Lillo-Box, J., Barrado, D., Santos, N. C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...577A.105L)

  100. DETECTION OF A PLANET IN THE SDB + M DWARF BINARY SYSTEM 2M 1938+4603
    Baran, A. S., Zola, S., Blokesz, A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...577A.146B)

  101. A NEARBY M STAR WITH THREE TRANSITING SUPER-EARTHS DISCOVERED BY K2
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Petigura, Erik, Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...10C)

  102. LOW FALSE POSITIVE RATE OF KEPLER CANDIDATES ESTIMATED FROM A COMBINATION OF SPITZER AND FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATIONS
    Désert, Jean-Michel, Charbonneau, David, Torres, Guillermo, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...59D)

  103. EFFECT OF LONGITUDE-DEPENDENT CLOUD COVERAGE ON EXOPLANET VISIBLE WAVELENGTH REFLECTED-LIGHT PHASE CURVES
    Webber, Matthew W., Lewis, Nikole K., Marley, Mark, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...94W)

  104. REVISION OF EARTH-SIZED KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATE PROPERTIES WITH HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING BY THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE
    Cartier, Kimberly M. S., Gilliland, Ronald L., Wright, Jason T., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...97C)

  105. STABLE CONIC-HELICAL ORBITS OF PLANETS AROUND BINARY STARS: ANALYTICAL RESULTS
    Oks, E.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804..106O)

  106. CHANGING PHASES OF ALIEN WORLDS: PROBING ATMOSPHERES OF KEPLER PLANETS WITH HIGH-PRECISION PHOTOMETRY
    Esteves, Lisa J., De Mooij, Ernst J. W., Jayawardhana, Ray
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804..150E)

  107. UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON THE DERIVED PLANET RADII FROM TRANSIT SURVEYS: IMPLICATIONS FOR KEPLER, K2, AND TESS
    Ciardi, David R., Beichman, Charles A., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805...16C)

  108. SPIN-ORBIT ANGLES OF KEPLER-13AB AND HAT-P-7B FROM GRAVITY-DARKENED TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES
    Masuda, Kento
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805...28M)

  109. CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS - WHY THEY ARE SO LIKELY TO TRANSIT
    Martin, David V., Triaud, Amaury H. M. J.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449..781M)

  110. THE RELATION BETWEEN THE TRANSIT DEPTHS OF KIC 12557548B AND THE STELLAR ROTATION PERIOD
    Croll, Bryce, Rappaport, Saul, Levine, Alan M.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449.1408C)

  111. EVOLUTIONARY OUTCOMES FOR PAIRS OF PLANETS UNDERGOING ORBITAL MIGRATION AND CIRCULARIZATION: SECOND-ORDER RESONANCES AND OBSERVED PERIOD RATIOS IN KEPLER'S PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Xiang-Gruess, M., Papaloizou, J. C. B.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449.3043X)

  112. KEPLER-423B: A HALF-JUPITER MASS PLANET TRANSITING A VERY OLD SOLAR-LIKE STAR
    Gandolfi, D., Parviainen, H., Deeg, H. J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...576A..11G)

  113. THE APOGEE SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY OF KEPLER PLANET HOSTS: FEASIBILITY, EFFICIENCY, AND FIRST RESULTS
    Fleming, Scott W., Mahadevan, Suvrath, Deshpande, Rohit, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..143F)

  114. HAT-P-54B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A 0.6 M STAR IN FIELD 0 OF THE K2 MISSION
    Bakos, G. Á., Hartman, J. D., Bhatti, W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..149B)

  115. ANALYTIC ORBIT PROPAGATION FOR TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Georgakarakos, Nikolaos, Eggl, Siegfried
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...802...94G)

  116. MEASUREMENT OF PLANET MASSES WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS DUE TO SYNODIC “CHOPPING” EFFECTS
    Deck, Katherine M., Agol, Eric
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...802..116D)

  117. PLANETESIMAL INTERACTIONS CAN EXPLAIN THE MYSTERIOUS PERIOD RATIOS OF SMALL NEAR-RESONANT PLANETS
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Ford, Eric B.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803...33C)

  118. KEPLER-432: A RED GIANT INTERACTING WITH ONE OF ITS TWO LONG-PERIOD GIANT PLANETS
    Quinn, Samuel N., White, Timothy. R., Latham, David W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803...49Q)

  119. THE ROTATIONAL BEHAVIOR OF KEPLER STARS WITH PLANETS
    Paz-Chinchón, F., Leão, I. C., Bravo, J. P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803...69P)

  120. A NOVEL METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING EXOPLANETARY RINGS
    Zuluaga, Jorge I., Kipping, David M., Sucerquia, Mario, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803L..14Z)

  121. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER. VI. PLANET SAMPLE FROM Q1--Q16 (47 MONTHS)
    Mullally, F., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Thompson, Susan E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..217...31M)

  122. IN SITU MODELS FOR PLANET ASSEMBLY AROUND COOL STARS
    Hansen, Brad M. S.
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..267H)

  123. DIRECT DETECTION OF EXOPLANETS IN THE 3-10 ΜM RANGE WITH E-ELT/METIS
    Quanz, Sascha P., Crossfield, Ian, Meyer, Michael R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..279Q)

  124. THREE BODY RESONANCES IN CLOSE ORBITING PLANETARY SYSTEMS: TIDAL DISSIPATION AND ORBITAL EVOLUTION
    Papaloizou, John C. B.
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..291P)

  125. A METHOD TO IDENTIFY THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN ROCKY AND GASEOUS EXOPLANETS FROM TIDAL THEORY AND TRANSIT DURATIONS
    Barnes, Rory
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..321B)

  126. RUNAWAY GREENHOUSE EFFECT ON EXOMOONS DUE TO IRRADIATION FROM HOT, YOUNG GIANT PLANETS
    Heller, R., Barnes, R.
    2015, refereed (2015IJAsB..14..335H)

  127. CAN KOZAI-LIDOV CYCLES EXPLAIN KEPLER-78B?
    Rice, Ken
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.448.1729R)

  128. THE PERIOD RATIO DISTRIBUTION OF KEPLER'S CANDIDATE MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS
    Steffen, Jason H., Hwang, Jason A.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.448.1956S)

  129. USING THE INCLINATIONS OF KEPLER SYSTEMS TO PRIORITIZE NEW TITIUS-BODE-BASED EXOPLANET PREDICTIONS
    Bovaird, T., Lineweaver, C. H., Jacobsen, S. K.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.448.3608B)

  130. A LUCKY IMAGING SEARCH FOR STELLAR COMPANIONS TO TRANSITING PLANET HOST STARS
    Wöllert, Maria, Brandner, Wolfgang, Bergfors, Carolina, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...575A..23W)

  131. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. XV. KOI-614B, KOI-206B, AND KOI-680B: A MASSIVE WARM JUPITER ORBITING A G0 METALLIC DWARF AND TWO HIGHLY INFLATED PLANETS WITH A DISTANT COMPANION AROUND EVOLVED F-TYPE STARS
    Almenara, J. M., Damiani, C., Bouchy, F., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...575A..71A)

  132. PHOTOMETRIC AMPLITUDE DISTRIBUTION OF STELLAR ROTATION OF KOIS—INDICATION FOR SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT OF COOL STARS AND HIGH OBLIQUITY FOR HOT STARS
    Mazeh, Tsevi, Perets, Hagai B., McQuillan, Amy, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801....3M)

  133. KEPLER-445, KEPLER-446 AND THE OCCURRENCE OF COMPACT MULTIPLES ORBITING MID-M DWARF STARS
    Muirhead, Philip S., Mann, Andrew W., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801...18M)

  134. MOST 1.6 EARTH-RADIUS PLANETS ARE NOT ROCKY
    Rogers, Leslie A.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801...41R)

  135. A SEMI-ANALYTICAL MODEL OF VISIBLE-WAVELENGTH PHASE CURVES OF EXOPLANETS AND APPLICATIONS TO KEPLER- 7 B AND KEPLER- 10 B
    Hu, Renyu, Demory, Brice-Olivier, Seager, Sara, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...802...51H)

  136. PRECISE RADIAL VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS FOR KEPLER GIANTS HOSTING PLANETARY CANDIDATES: KEPLER-91 AND KOI-1894
    Sato, Bun'ei, Hirano, Teruyuki, Omiya, Masashi, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...802...57S)

  137. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER. V. PLANET SAMPLE FROM Q1-Q12 (36 MONTHS)
    Rowe, Jason F., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., Antoci, Victoria, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..217...16R)

  138. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN 17 QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
    Seader, Shawn, Jenkins, Jon M., Tenenbaum, Peter, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..217...18S)

  139. PRECISE TIME SERIES PHOTOMETRY FOR THE KEPLER-2.0 MISSION
    Aigrain, S., Hodgkin, S. T., Irwin, M. J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447.2880A)

  140. JUPITER'S ROLE IN SCULPTING THE EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM
    Naoz, Smadar
    2015, refereed (2015PNAS..112.4189N)

  141. EFFECT OF LONGITUDINALLY VARYING CLOUD COVERAGE ON VISIBLE WAVELENGTH REFLECTED-LIGHT EXOPLANET PHASE CURVES
    Webber, Matthew W., Lewis, Nikole K., Marley, Mark, et al.
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv150301028W)

  142. EVIDENCE OF DIFFERENT FORMATION MECHANISMS FOR HOT VERSUS WARM SUPER-EARTHS
    Zhu, Wei
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv150301771Z)

  143. ASTEROSEISMOLOGY OF EXOPLANET-HOST STARS IN THE KEPLER ERA
    Campante, Tiago L.
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv150306113C)

  144. HIGH-RESOLUTION MULTI-BAND IMAGING FOR VALIDATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SMALL KEPLER PLANETS
    Everett, Mark E., Barclay, Thomas, Ciardi, David R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149...55E)

  145. AN ANCIENT EXTRASOLAR SYSTEM WITH FIVE SUB-EARTH-SIZE PLANETS
    Campante, T. L., Barclay, T., Swift, J. J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..170C)

  146. A STATISTICAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE PLANET POPULATION AROUND KEPLER SOLAR-TYPE STARS
    Silburt, Ari, Gaidos, Eric, Wu, Yanqin
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..180S)

  147. ON THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF HOT JUPITERS IN DIFFERENT STELLAR ENVIRONMENTS
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..229W)

  148. A CONTINUUM OF PLANET FORMATION BETWEEN 1 AND 4 EARTH RADII
    Schlaufman, Kevin C.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799L..26S)

  149. 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, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...46B)

  150. CHARACTERIZING K2 PLANET DISCOVERIES: A SUPER-EARTH TRANSITING THE BRIGHT K DWARF HIP 116454
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...59V)

  151. BEER ANALYSIS OF KEPLER AND COROT LIGHT CURVES. II. EVIDENCE FOR SUPERROTATION IN THE PHASE CURVES OF THREE KEPLER HOT JUPITERS
    Faigler, S., Mazeh, T.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...73F)

  152. VALIDATION OF 12 SMALL KEPLER TRANSITING PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Torres, Guillermo, Kipping, David M., Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...99T)

  153. THE MASS OF KEPLER-93B AND THE COMPOSITION OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS
    Dressing, Courtney D., Charbonneau, David, Dumusque, Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800..135D)

  154. 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
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800..142M)

  155. DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR AN EVOLVING DUST CLOUD FROM THE EXOPLANET KIC 12557548 B
    Bochinski, Jakub J., Haswell, Carole A., Marsh, Tom R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800L..21B)

  156. ON THE STABILITY OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS AND OTHER CLOSELY ORBITING PAIRS
    Adams, Fred C., Bloch, Anthony M.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446.3676A)

  157. NATURE OR NURTURE OF COPLANAR TATOOINES: THE ALIGNED CIRCUMBINARY KUIPER BELT ANALOGUE AROUND HD 131511.
    Kennedy, G. M.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447L..75K)

  158. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF NARROW-BAND SIGNALS AT SETILIVE.ORG
    Nikitin, Igor
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv150204887N)

  159. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. XIV. A JOINT PHOTOMETRIC, SPECTROSCOPIC, AND DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE KEPLER-117 SYSTEM
    Bruno, G., Almenara, J. -M., Barros, S. C. C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...573A.124B)

  160. KEPLER-432 B: A MASSIVE PLANET IN A HIGHLY ECCENTRIC ORBIT TRANSITING A RED GIANT
    Ciceri, S., Lillo-Box, J., Southworth, J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...573L...5C)

  161. KEPLER-432 B: A MASSIVE WARM JUPITER IN A 52-DAY ECCENTRIC ORBIT TRANSITING A GIANT STAR
    Ortiz, Mauricio, Gandolfi, Davide, Reffert, Sabine, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...573L...6O)

  162. REVEALING A UNIVERSAL PLANET-METALLICITY CORRELATION FOR PLANETS OF DIFFERENT SIZES AROUND SOLAR-TYPE STARS
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149...14W)

  163. DETECTION OF STARS WITHIN ∼0.8 IN OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Kolbl, Rea, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149...18K)

  164. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING OF KEPLER SMALL AND COOL EXOPLANET HOST STARS
    Gilliland, Ronald L., Cartier, Kimberly M. S., Adams, Elisabeth R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149...24G)

  165. THE PHOTOECCENTRIC EFFECT AND PROTO-HOT JUPITERS. III. A PAUCITY OF PROTO-HOT JUPITERS ON SUPER-ECCENTRIC ORBITS
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Murray-Clay, Ruth A., Johnson, John Asher
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...798...66D)

  166. A STELLAR-MASS-DEPENDENT DROP IN PLANET OCCURRENCE RATES
    Mulders, Gijs D., Pascucci, Ilaria, Apai, Dániel
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...798..112M)

  167. AN ALMA DISK MASS FOR THE CANDIDATE PROTOPLANETARY COMPANION TO FW TAU
    Kraus, Adam L., Andrews, Sean M., Bowler, Brendan P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...798L..23K)

  168. VULCAN PLANETS: INSIDE-OUT FORMATION OF THE INNERMOST SUPER-EARTHS
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Tan, Jonathan C.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...798L..32C)

  169. GLOBAL ANALYSIS OF KOI-977: SPECTROSCOPY, ASTEROSEISMOLOGY, AND PHASE-CURVE ANALYSIS
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Masuda, Kento, Sato, Bun'ei, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799....9H)

  170. HOW LOW CAN YOU GO? THE PHOTOECCENTRIC EFFECT FOR PLANETS OF VARIOUS SIZES
    Price, Ellen M., Rogers, Leslie A., Johnson, John Asher, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...17P)

  171. PREDICTING A THIRD PLANET IN THE KEPLER-47 CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEM
    Hinse, Tobias C., Haghighipour, Nader, Kostov, Veselin B., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...88H)

  172. THE POSSIBLE MOON OF KEPLER-90G IS A FALSE POSITIVE
    Kipping, D. M., Huang, X., Nesvorný, D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799L..14K)

  173. A STUDY OF COLD SPOTS ON THE SURFACES OF STARS WITH PLANETARY SYSTEMS FROM THE KEPLER SPACE TELESCOPE DATA
    Savanov, I. S.
    2015, refereed (2015AstBu..70...83S)

  174. A DYNAMICAL STABILITY STUDY OF KEPLER CIRCUMBINARY PLANETARY SYSTEMS WITH ONE PLANET
    Chavez, C. E., Georgakarakos, N., Prodan, S., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446.1283C)

  175. GRAVITATIONAL QUANTIZATION OF EXOPLANET ORBITS IN HD 40307, $\MU$ ARA, KEPLER-26, KEPLER-62, AND KEPLER-275: COMPARING PREDICTED ORBITS
    Geroyannis, Vassilis S.
    2015, pre-print (2015arXiv150104189G)

  176. METHODS FOR THE DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETS AND THEIR POPULATION
    Foreman-Mackey, Daniel
    2015, refereed (2015PhDT........44F)

  177. LEVERAGING THE POWER OF A PLANET POPULATION: MASS-RADIUS RELATION, HOST STAR MULTIPLICITY, AND COMPOSITION DISTRIBUTION OF KEPLER'S SUB-NEPTUNES
    Wolfgang, Angie K.
    2015, refereed (2015PhDT........80W)

  178. IMPLICATIONS FOR PLANET FORMATION FROM POPULATION INFERENCE OF KEPLER-PLANET-CANDIDATES AND ECLIPSING BINARIES
    Shabram, Megan Iris
    2015, refereed (2015PhDT.......472S)

2014

  1. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PLANETARY SYSTEM KEPLER-101 WITH HARPS-N. A HOT SUPER-NEPTUNE WITH AN EARTH-SIZED LOW-MASS COMPANION
    Bonomo, A. S., Sozzetti, A., Lovis, C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...572A...2B)

  2. DUSTY TAILS OF EVAPORATING EXOPLANETS. I. CONSTRAINTS ON THE DUST COMPOSITION
    van Lieshout, R., Min, M., Dominik, C.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...572A..76V)

  3. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FOUR NEW TRANSITING PLANETS KOI-188B, KOI-195B, KOI-192B, AND KOI-830B
    Hébrard, G., Santerne, A., Montagnier, G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...572A..93H)

  4. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. XIII. KOI-189 B AND KOI-686 B: TWO VERY LOW-MASS STARS IN LONG-PERIOD ORBITS
    Díaz, R. F., Montagnier, G., Leconte, J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...572A.109D)

  5. SEARCH FOR CIRCUM-PLANETARY MATERIAL AND ORBITAL PERIOD VARIATIONS OF SHORT-PERIOD KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATES
    Garai, Z., Zhou, G., Budaj, J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AN....335.1018G)

  6. REDUCED LIGHT CURVES FROM CAMPAIGN 0 OF THE K2 MISSION
    Vanderburg, Andrew
    2014, pre-print (2014arXiv1412.1827V)

  7. THE OCCURRENCE OF EARTH-LIKE PLANETS AROUND OTHER STARS
    Farr, Will M., Mandel, Ilya, Aldridge, Chris, et al.
    2014, pre-print (2014arXiv1412.4849F)

  8. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. XII. KOI-1257 B: A HIGHLY ECCENTRIC THREE-MONTH PERIOD TRANSITING EXOPLANET
    Santerne, A., Hébrard, G., Deleuil, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...571A..37S)

  9. TRADES: A NEW SOFTWARE TO DERIVE ORBITAL PARAMETERS FROM OBSERVED TRANSIT TIMES AND RADIAL VELOCITIES. REVISITING KEPLER-11 AND KEPLER-9
    Borsato, L., Marzari, F., Nascimbeni, V., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...571A..38B)

  10. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES. III. 87 KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Dressing, Courtney D., Adams, Elisabeth R., Dupree, Andrea K., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148...78D)

  11. FORMATION AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS, AND ATMOSPHERIC ESCAPE
    Jin, S.
    2014, refereed (2014AcASn..55..534J)

  12. TIDAL DISSIPATION IN A HOMOGENEOUS SPHERICAL BODY. II. THREE EXAMPLES: MERCURY, IO, AND KEPLER-10 B
    Makarov, Valeri V., Efroimsky, Michael
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795....7M)

  13. DISCOVERY OF A TRANSITING PLANET NEAR THE SNOW-LINE
    Kipping, D. M., Torres, G., Buchhave, L. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...25K)

  14. STABILITY OF THE KEPLER-11 SYSTEM AND ITS ORIGIN
    Mahajan, Nikhil, Wu, Yanqin
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...32M)

  15. MOST SUB-ARCSECOND COMPANIONS OF KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS ARE GRAVITATIONALLY BOUND
    Horch, Elliott P., Howell, Steve B., Everett, Mark E., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...60H)

  16. NEAR 3:2 AND 2:1 MEAN MOTION RESONANCE FORMATION IN THE SYSTEMS OBSERVED BY KEPLER
    Wang, Su, Ji, Jianghui
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...85W)

  17. EXONEST: BAYESIAN MODEL SELECTION APPLIED TO THE DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETS VIA PHOTOMETRIC VARIATIONS
    Placek, Ben, Knuth, Kevin H., Angerhausen, Daniel
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..112P)

  18. KEPLER-424 B: A "LONELY" HOT JUPITER THAT FOUND A COMPANION
    Endl, Michael, Caldwell, Douglas A., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..151E)

  19. PLANET HUNTERS. VII. DISCOVERY OF A NEW LOW-MASS, LOW-DENSITY PLANET (PH3 C) ORBITING KEPLER-289 WITH MASS MEASUREMENTS OF TWO ADDITIONAL PLANETS (PH3 B AND D)
    Schmitt, Joseph R., Agol, Eric, Deck, Katherine M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..167S)

  20. OBLIQUITIES OF KEPLER STARS: COMPARISON OF SINGLE- AND MULTIPLE-TRANSIT SYSTEMS
    Morton, Timothy D., Winn, Joshua N.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796...47M)

  21. CONSTRAINING THE OBLATENESS OF KEPLER PLANETS
    Zhu, Wei, Huang, Chelsea X., Zhou, George, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796...67Z)

  22. BAYESIAN PRIORS FOR THE ECCENTRICITY OF TRANSITING PLANETS
    Kipping, David M.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.2263K)

  23. UNDERSTANDING THE ASSEMBLY OF KEPLER'S COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Hands, T. O., Alexander, R. D., Dehnen, W.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.445..749H)

  24. GRAVITATIONAL QUANTIZATION OF EXOPLANET ORBITS IN 55 CNC, $\UPSILON$ AND, KEPLER-11, KEPLER-20, AND KEPLER-90
    Geroyannis, Vassilis S.
    2014, pre-print (2014arXiv1411.5390G)

  25. EFFECTS OF X-RAY AND EXTREME UV RADIATION ON CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Sanz-Forcada, J., Desidera, S., Micela, G.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...570A..50S)

  26. ASTEROSEISMIC INFERENCE ON THE SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT AND STELLAR PARAMETERS OF HAT-P-7
    Lund, Mikkel N., Lundkvist, Mia, Silva Aguirre, Victor, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...570A..54L)

  27. PLANETS TRANSITING NON-ECLIPSING BINARIES
    Martin, David V., Triaud, Amaury H. M. J.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...570A..91M)

  28. KEPLER DETECTION OF A NEW EXTREME PLANETARY SYSTEM ORBITING THE SUBDWARF-B PULSATOR KIC 10001893
    Silvotti, R., Charpinet, S., Green, E., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...570A.130S)

  29. TIDAL DISSIPATION AND THE FORMATION OF KEPLER NEAR-RESONANT PLANETS
    Delisle, J. -B., Laskar, J.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...570L...7D)

  30. TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES WITH FINITE INTEGRATION TIME: FISHER INFORMATION ANALYSIS
    Price, Ellen M., Rogers, Leslie A.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794...92P)

  31. THE DYNAMICS OF THE MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM ORBITING KEPLER-56
    Li, Gongjie, Naoz, Smadar, Valsecchi, Francesca, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..131L)

  32. STATISTICAL ECLIPSES OF CLOSE-IN KEPLER SUB-SATURNS
    Sheets, Holly A., Deming, Drake
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..133S)

  33. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE NEAR-IR TRANSMISSION SPECTROSCOPY OF THE SUPER-EARTH HD 97658B
    Knutson, Heather A., Dragomir, Diana, Kreidberg, Laura, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..155K)

  34. ON THE FREQUENCY OF POTENTIAL VENUS ANALOGS FROM KEPLER DATA
    Kane, Stephen R., Kopparapu, Ravi Kumar, Domagal-Goldman, Shawn D.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794L...5K)

  35. LONGEVITY OF MOONS AROUND HABITABLE PLANETS
    Sasaki, Takashi, Barnes, Jason W.
    2014, refereed (2014IJAsB..13..324S)

  36. TRANSIT TIMING OF TRES-2: A COMBINED ANALYSIS OF GROUND- AND SPACE-BASED PHOTOMETRY
    Raetz, St., Maciejewski, G., Ginski, Ch., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.1351R)

  37. ON THE FORMATION OF THE KEPLER-10 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Terquem, Caroline
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.1738T)

  38. ON THE ABUNDANCE OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Armstrong, D. J., Osborn, H. P., Brown, D. J. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.1873A)

  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, Othman, Masuda, Kento, Shibahashi, Hiromoto, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014PASJ...66...94B)

  40. A TECHNIQUE FOR EXTRACTING HIGHLY PRECISE PHOTOMETRY FOR THE TWO-WHEELED KEPLER MISSION
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Johnson, John Asher
    2014, refereed (2014PASP..126..948V)

  41. HERSCHEL/PACS PHOTOMETRY OF TRANSITING-PLANET HOST STARS WITH CANDIDATE WARM DEBRIS DISKS
    Merín, Bruno, Ardila, David R., Ribas, Álvaro, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...569A..89M)

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

  43. OVERCOMING THE METER BARRIER AND THE FORMATION OF SYSTEMS WITH TIGHTLY PACKED INNER PLANETS (STIPS)
    Boley, A. C., Morris, M. A., Ford, E. B.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792L..27B)

  44. FORMATION, TIDAL EVOLUTION, AND HABITABILITY OF THE KEPLER-186 SYSTEM
    Bolmont, Emeline, Raymond, Sean N., von Paris, Philip, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793....3B)

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

  46. CAN HYDROGEN CORONAE BE INFERRED AROUND A CO2-DOMINATED EXOPLANETARY ATMOSPHERE?
    Bernard, D., Lilensten, J., Barthélemy, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..239...23B)

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

  48. TRUMPETING M DWARFS WITH CONCH-SHELL: A CATALOGUE OF NEARBY COOL HOST-STARS FOR HABITABLE EXOPLANETS AND LIFE
    Gaidos, E., Mann, A. W., Lépine, S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443.2561G)

  49. ADVANCES IN EXOPLANET SCIENCE FROM KEPLER
    Lissauer, Jack J., Dawson, Rebekah I., Tremaine, Scott
    2014, refereed (2014Natur.513..336L)

  50. RELATIVE STELLAR OCCURRENCE OF EXOPLANETS IN HABITABLE ZONES OF THE MAIN SEQUENCE F, G, K STARS
    Pintr, Pavel, Peřinová, Vlasta, Lukš, Antonín, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014P&SS...99....1P)

  51. EXOPLANET ORBIT DATABASE. II. UPDATES TO EXOPLANETS.ORG
    Han, Eunkyu, Wang, Sharon X., Wright, Jason T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014PASP..126..827H)

  52. ARCHITECTURES OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR FORMATION
    Ford, Eric B.
    2014, refereed (2014PNAS..11112616F)

  53. REMOTE LIFE-DETECTION CRITERIA, HABITABLE ZONE BOUNDARIES, AND THE FREQUENCY OF EARTH-LIKE PLANETS AROUND M AND LATE K STARS
    Kasting, James F., Kopparapu, Ravikumar, Ramirez, Ramses M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014PNAS..11112641K)

  54. EXPLORING EXOPLANET POPULATIONS WITH NASA'S KEPLER MISSION
    Batalha, Natalie M.
    2014, refereed (2014PNAS..11112647B)

  55. OCCURRENCE AND CORE-ENVELOPE STRUCTURE OF 1-4× EARTH-SIZE PLANETS AROUND SUN-LIKE STARS
    Marcy, Geoffrey W., Weiss, Lauren M., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014PNAS..11112655M)

  56. THE DETECTION OF EARTH-MASS PLANETS AROUND ACTIVE STARS. THE MASS OF KEPLER-78B
    Hatzes, A. P.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...568A..84H)

  57. RADIAL VELOCITY CONFIRMATION OF KEPLER-91 B. ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE OF ITS PLANETARY NATURE USING THE CALAR ALTO/CAFE INSTRUMENT
    Lillo-Box, J., Barrado, D., Henning, Th., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...568L...1L)

  58. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148...28S)

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

  60. TRANSITS OF PLANETS WITH SMALL INTERVALS IN CIRCUMBINARY SYSTEMS
    Liu, Hui-Gen, Wang, Ying, Zhang, Hui, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790..141L)

  61. ARCHITECTURE OF KEPLER'S MULTI-TRANSITING SYSTEMS. II. NEW INVESTIGATIONS WITH TWICE AS MANY CANDIDATES
    Fabrycky, Daniel C., Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790..146F)

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

  63. ROBOTIC LASER ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 715 KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATES USING ROBO-AO
    Law, Nicholas M., Morton, Tim, Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791...35L)

  64. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791...89D)

  65. ACCRETION AND EVOLUTION OF ~2.5 M PLANETS WITH VOLUMINOUS H/HE ENVELOPES
    Bodenheimer, Peter, Lissauer, Jack J.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791..103B)

  66. 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, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791..111W)

  67. DISRUPTION OF CO-ORBITAL (1:1) PLANETARY RESONANCES DURING GAS-DRIVEN ORBITAL MIGRATION
    Pierens, A., Raymond, S. N.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.2296P)

  68. CAN THE INTERIOR STRUCTURE INFLUENCE THE HABITABILITY OF A ROCKY PLANET?
    Noack, L., Godolt, M., von Paris, P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014P&SS...98...14N)

  69. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...567A..14T)

  70. 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, Raphaëlle D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...789..154D)

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

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

  73. 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, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...12B)

  74. A MISALIGNED PROGRADE ORBIT FOR KEPLER-13 AB VIA DOPPLER TOMOGRAPHY
    Johnson, Marshall C., Cochran, William D., Albrecht, Simon, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...30J)

  75. PHOTO-DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THREE KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST WITH SIGNIFICANT TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Nesvorný, David, Kipping, David, Terrell, Dirk, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...31N)

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

  77. THE EFFECT OF CONJUNCTIONS ON THE TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS OF EXOPLANETS
    Nesvorný, David, Vokrouhlický, David
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...58N)

  78. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..213....5M)

  79. TIDAL EVOLUTION IN MULTIPLE PLANET SYSTEMS: APPLICATION TO KEPLER-62 AND KEPLER-186
    Bolmont, Emeline, Raymond, Sean N., Leconte, Jérémy, et al.
    2014, not refereed (2014IAUS..310...58B)

  80. PEBBLE DELIVERY FOR INSIDE-OUT PLANET FORMATION
    Hu, Xiao, Tan, Jonathan C., Chatterjee, Sourav
    2014, not refereed (2014IAUS..310...66H)

  81. POSSIBLE PLANETS AROUND A STARS
    Balona, L. A.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441.3543B)

  82. TESTING THE TITIUS-BODE LAW PREDICTIONS FOR KEPLER MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS
    Huang, Chelsea X., Bakos, Gáspár Á.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442..674H)

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

  84. THE PROPERTIES OF PLANETS AROUND GIANT STARS
    Jones, M. I., Jenkins, J. S., Bluhm, P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...566A.113J)

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

  86. ANALYSIS OF SELECTED KEPLER MISSION PLANETARY LIGHT CURVES
    Rhodes, M. D., Budding, E.
    2014, refereed (2014Ap&SS.351..451R)

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

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

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

  90. STELLAR ROTATION-PLANETARY ORBIT PERIOD COMMENSURABILITY IN THE HAT-P-11 SYSTEM
    Béky, Bence, Holman, Matthew J., Kipping, David M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788....1B)

  91. ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HOT JUPITER KEPLER-13AB
    Shporer, Avi, O'Rourke, Joseph G., Knutson, Heather A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788...92S)

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

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

  94. PASTIS: BAYESIAN EXTRASOLAR PLANET VALIDATION - I. GENERAL FRAMEWORK, MODELS, AND PERFORMANCE
    Díaz, R. F., Almenara, J. M., Santerne, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441..983D)

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

  96. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441.1545T)

  97. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147..119C)

  98. A RESEARCH ON TIDAL EVOLUTION OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETS
    Dong, Y.
    2014, refereed (2014AcASn..55..271D)

  99. MULTIWAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF THE CANDIDATE DISINTEGRATING SUB-MERCURY KIC 12557548B
    Croll, Bryce, Rappaport, Saul, DeVore, John, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786..100C)

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

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

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

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

  104. A STUDY OF THE SHORTEST-PERIOD PLANETS FOUND WITH KEPLER
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Rappaport, Saul, Winn, Joshua N., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...787...47S)

  105. DENSITIES AND ECCENTRICITIES OF 139 KEPLER PLANETS FROM TRANSIT TIME VARIATIONS
    Hadden, Sam, Lithwick, Yoram
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...787...80H)

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

  107. CHARACTERIZING DISTANT WORLDS WITH ASTERODENSITY PROFILING
    Kipping, David M.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.440.2164K)

  108. NO UNIVERSAL MINIMUM-MASS EXTRASOLAR NEBULA: EVIDENCE AGAINST IN SITU ACCRETION OF SYSTEMS OF HOT SUPER-EARTHS.
    Raymond, S. N., Cossou, C.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.440L..11R)

  109. KEPLER-210: AN ACTIVE STAR WITH AT LEAST TWO PLANETS
    Ioannidis, P., Schmitt, J. H. M. M., Avdellidou, Ch., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...564A..33I)

  110. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...564A..56D)

  111. MODELING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: THE CASE OF KEPLER-38
    Kley, Wilhelm, Haghighipour, Nader
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...564A..72K)

  112. FAINT DISKS AROUND CLASSICAL T TAURI STARS: SMALL BUT DENSE ENOUGH TO FORM PLANETS
    Piétu, V., Guilloteau, S., Di Folco, E., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...564A..95P)

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

  114. KEPLER-79'S LOW DENSITY PLANETS
    Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Lissauer, Jack J., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785...15J)

  115. LIMITS ON STELLAR COMPANIONS TO EXOPLANET HOST STARS WITH ECCENTRIC PLANETS
    Kane, Stephen R., Howell, Steve B., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785...93K)

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

  117. FLICKER AS A TOOL FOR CHARACTERIZING PLANETS THROUGH ASTERODENSITY PROFILING
    Kipping, D. M., Bastien, F. A., Stassun, K. G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785L..32K)

  118. TIDAL EVOLUTION OF THE KEPLER CANDIDATE TWO-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Dong, Yao, Ji, Jiang-hui
    2014, refereed (2014ChA&A..38..186D)

  119. THE K2 MISSION: CHARACTERIZATION AND EARLY RESULTS
    Howell, Steve B., Sobeck, Charlie, Haas, Michael, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014PASP..126..398H)

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

  121. AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A COOL STAR
    Quintana, Elisa V., Barclay, Thomas, Raymond, Sean N., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Sci...344..277Q)

  122. CONSTRAINING PHYSICS OF VERY HOT SUPER-EARTHS WITH THE JAMES WEBB TELESCOPE. THE CASE OF COROT-7B
    Samuel, B., Leconte, J., Rouan, D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...563A.103S)

  123. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. I. EVIDENCE OF SUPPRESSED PLANET FORMATION DUE TO STELLAR COMPANIONS WITHIN 20 AU AND VALIDATION OF FOUR PLANETS FROM THE KEPLER MULTIPLE PLANET CANDIDATES
    Wang, Ji, Xie, Ji-Wei, Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783....4W)

  124. 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, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783....9H)

  125. 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, refereed (2014ApJ...783...53M)

  126. KEPLER-413B: A SLIGHTLY MISALIGNED, NEPTUNE-SIZE TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Kostov, V. B., McCullough, P. R., Carter, J. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...14K)

  127. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK). IV. A SEARCH FOR MOONS AROUND EIGHT M DWARFS
    Kipping, D. M., Nesvorný, D., Buchhave, L. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...28K)

  128. KOI-2700B—A PLANET CANDIDATE WITH DUSTY EFFLUENTS ON A 22 HR ORBIT
    Rappaport, Saul, Barclay, Thomas, DeVore, John, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...40R)

  129. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...44L)

  130. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...45R)

  131. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN 16 QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
    Tenenbaum, Peter, Jenkins, Jon M., Seader, Shawn, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..211....6T)

  132. LIGHT-CURVE ANALYSIS OF KIC 12557548B: AN EXTRASOLAR PLANET WITH A COMET-LIKE TAIL
    Budaj, J.
    2014, refereed (2014CoSka..43..409B)

  133. SHORT-PERIOD KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATES: SEARCH FOR A CIRCUM-PLANETARY MATERIAL
    Garai, Z., Budaj, J.
    2014, refereed (2014CoSka..43..431G)

  134. PLANETARY OCCULTATIONS FROM KEPLER DATA
    Hambálek, L., Krejčová, T.
    2014, refereed (2014CoSka..43..438H)

  135. KEPLER-9 REVISITED 60% THE MASS WITH SIX TIMES MORE DATA
    Dreizler, Stefan, Ofir, Aviv
    2014, pre-print (2014arXiv1403.1372D)

  136. IMPACT OF PHOTO-EVAPORATIVE MASS LOSS ON MASSES AND RADII OF WATER-RICH SUB/SUPER-EARTHS
    Kurosaki, K., Ikoma, M., Hori, Y.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...562A..80K)

  137. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...562A.109L)

  138. STELLAR WIND INTERACTION AND PICK-UP ION ESCAPE OF THE KEPLER-11 "SUPER-EARTHS"
    Kislyakova, K. G., Johnstone, C. P., Odert, P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...562A.116K)

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

  140. ACCURATE PARAMETERS OF THE OLDEST KNOWN ROCKY-EXOPLANET HOSTING SYSTEM: KEPLER-10 REVISITED
    Fogtmann-Schulz, Alexandra, Hinrup, Brian, Van Eylen, Vincent, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...67F)

  141. 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, V., Lund, M. N., Silva Aguirre, V., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782...14V)

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

  143. HABITABLE ZONE DEPENDENCE ON STELLAR PARAMETER UNCERTAINTIES
    Kane, Stephen R.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782..111K)

  144. FORMING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: N-BODY SIMULATIONS OF KEPLER-34
    Lines, S., Leinhardt, Z. M., Paardekooper, S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782L..11L)

  145. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER IV: PLANET SAMPLE FROM Q1-Q8 (22 MONTHS)
    Burke, Christopher J., Bryson, Stephen T., Mullally, F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..210...19B)

  146. MASSES, RADII, AND ORBITS OF SMALL KEPLER PLANETS: THE TRANSITION FROM GASEOUS TO ROCKY PLANETS
    Marcy, Geoffrey W., Isaacson, Howard, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..210...20M)

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

  148. 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., Lépine, S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.437.3133G)

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

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

  151. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...561A...3V)

  152. 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, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...561A.103O)

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

  154. 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., Díaz, R. F., Santerne, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...561L...1B)

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

  156. 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., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780..104C)

  157. THE PLANETARY SYSTEM TO KIC 11442793: A COMPACT ANALOGUE TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    Cabrera, J., Csizmadia, Sz., Lehmann, H., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...18C)

  158. MAPPING A STAR WITH TRANSITS: ORBIT PRECESSION EFFECTS IN THE KEPLER-13 SYSTEM
    Szabó, Gy. M., Simon, A., Kiss, L. L.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.437.1045S)

  159. ASSESSING CIRCUMBINARY HABITABLE ZONES USING LATITUDINAL ENERGY BALANCE MODELLING
    Forgan, Duncan
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.437.1352F)

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

  161. PLANETANS—OCEANIC PLANETS
    Ksanfomality, L. V.
    2014, refereed (2014SoSyR..48...79K)

  162. AN ANALYSIS OF OCCULTATIONS AND PHASE CURVES OF KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES
    Roberts, Jessica E.
    2014, not refereed (2014MsT..........7R)

  163. DEMOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETS
    Morton, Timothy
    2014, refereed (2014PhDT.........4M)

  164. DYNAMICAL TIDES AND OSCILLATIONS IN STAR AND PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Fuller, James Woodrow
    2014, refereed (2014PhDT.........6F)

  165. UNDERSTANDING KEPLER'S SUPER-EARTHS AND SUB-NEPTUNES: INSIGHTS FROM THERMAL EVOLUTION AND PHOTO-EVAPORATION
    Lopez, Eric David
    2014, refereed (2014PhDT.......106L)

  166. BAYESIAN DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRA-SOLAR PLANETS VIA PHOTOMETRIC VARIATIONS
    Placek, Ben
    2014, refereed (2014PhDT.......220P)

2013

  1. HIGH-PRECISION STELLAR LIMB-DARKENING MEASUREMENTS. A TRANSIT STUDY OF 38 KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES
    Müller, H. M., Huber, K. F., Czesla, S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...560A.112M)

  2. EIGHT PLANETS IN FOUR MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS VIA TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS IN 1350 DAYS
    Yang, Ming, Liu, Hui-Gen, Zhang, Hui, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778..110Y)

  3. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE KOI-94 SYSTEM WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION ANALYSIS: IMPLICATION FOR THE PLANET-PLANET ECLIPSE
    Masuda, Kento, Hirano, Teruyuki, Taruya, Atsushi, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778..185M)

  4. A SURVEY FOR VERY SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS IN THE KEPLER DATA
    Jackson, Brian, Stark, Christopher C., Adams, Elisabeth R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779..165J)

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

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

  7. MODELING CLOSE STELLAR INTERACTIONS USING NUMERICAL AND ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES
    Passy, Jean-Claude
    2013, refereed (2013PhDT.......295P)

  8. FROM DUST TO DUST: PROTOPLANETARY DISK ACCRETION, HOT JUPITER CLIMATES, AND THE EVAPORATION OF ROCKY PLANETS
    Perez-Becker, Daniel Alonso
    2013, refereed (2013PhDT.......300P)

  9. BELOW ONE EARTH: THE DETECTION, FORMATION, AND PROPERTIES OF SUBTERRESTRIAL WORLDS
    Sinukoff, E., Fulton, B., Scuderi, L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013SSRv..180...71S)

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

  11. STABILITY OF THE KEPLER-36 TWO-PLANET SYSTEM
    Nagy, I., Ágas, M.
    2013, refereed (2013AN....334..992N)

  12. KOI-142, THE KING OF TRANSIT VARIATIONS, IS A PAIR OF PLANETS NEAR THE 2:1 RESONANCE
    Nesvorný, David, Kipping, David, Terrell, Dirk, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777....3N)

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

  14. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK). III. THE FIRST SEARCH FOR AN EXOMOON AROUND A HABITABLE-ZONE PLANET
    Kipping, D. M., Forgan, D., Hartman, J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777..134K)

  15. CALCULATING THE HABITABLE ZONE OF BINARY STAR SYSTEMS. II. P-TYPE BINARIES
    Haghighipour, Nader, Kaltenegger, Lisa
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777..166H)

  16. DISK-PLANETS INTERACTIONS AND THE DIVERSITY OF PERIOD RATIOS IN KEPLER'S MULTI-PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Baruteau, Clement, Papaloizou, John C. B.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778....7B)

  17. FAST RISE OF "NEPTUNE-SIZE" PLANETS (4-8 R ) FROM P ~ 10 TO ~250 DAYS—STATISTICS OF KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES UP TO ~0.75 AU
    Dong, Subo, Zhu, Zhaohuan
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778...53D)

  18. XUV-EXPOSED, NON-HYDROSTATIC HYDROGEN-RICH UPPER ATMOSPHERES OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS. PART I: ATMOSPHERIC EXPANSION AND THERMAL ESCAPE
    Erkaev, Nikolai V., Lammer, Helmut, Odert, Petra, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AsBio..13.1011E)

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

  20. THE CURIOUSLY CIRCULAR ORBIT OF KEPLER-16B
    Dunhill, A. C., Alexander, R. D.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.435.2328D)

  21. A LINEAR DISTRIBUTION OF ORBITS IN COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS?
    Migaszewski, Cezary, Goździewski, Krzysztof, Słonina, Mariusz
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.436L..25M)

  22. AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET WITH AN EARTH-LIKE DENSITY
    Pepe, Francesco, Cameron, Andrew Collier, Latham, David W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.503..377P)

  23. A ROCKY COMPOSITION FOR AN EARTH-SIZED EXOPLANET
    Howard, Andrew W., Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.503..381H)

  24. PREVALENCE OF EARTH-SIZE PLANETS ORBITING SUN-LIKE STARS
    Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W.
    2013, refereed (2013PNAS..11019273P)

  25. 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., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...558L...6M)

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

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

  28. KEPLER PLANETS: A TALE OF EVAPORATION
    Owen, James E., Wu, Yanqin
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775..105O)

  29. 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, refereed (2013ApJ...775L..47K)

  30. THE ROLE OF CORE MASS IN CONTROLLING EVAPORATION: THE KEPLER RADIUS DISTRIBUTION AND THE KEPLER-36 DENSITY DICHOTOMY
    Lopez, Eric D., Fortney, Jonathan J.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776....2L)

  31. PLANET HUNTERS. V. A CONFIRMED JUPITER-SIZE PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE AND 42 PLANET CANDIDATES FROM THE KEPLER ARCHIVE DATA
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776...10W)

  32. STARSPOTS-TRANSIT DEPTH RELATION OF THE EVAPORATING PLANET CANDIDATE KIC 12557548B
    Kawahara, Hajime, Hirano, Teruyuki, Kurosaki, Kenji, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776L...6K)

  33. INFERENCE OF INHOMOGENEOUS CLOUDS IN AN EXOPLANET ATMOSPHERE
    Demory, Brice-Olivier, de Wit, Julien, Lewis, Nikole, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776L..25D)

  34. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. VIII. CATALOG OF TRANSIT TIMING MEASUREMENTS OF THE FIRST TWELVE QUARTERS
    Mazeh, Tsevi, Nachmani, Gil, Holczer, Tomer, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..208...16M)

  35. TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION OF NEAR-RESONANCE PLANETARY PAIRS: CONFIRMATION OF 12 MULTIPLE-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Xie, Ji-Wei
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..208...22X)

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

  37. PLACING LIMITS ON THE TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS OF CIRCUMBINARY EXOPLANETS
    Armstrong, D., Martin, D. V., Brown, G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.434.3047A)

  38. EXOPLANET PREDICTIONS BASED ON THE GENERALIZED TITIUS-BODE RELATION
    Bovaird, Timothy, Lineweaver, Charles H.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.435.1126B)

  39. STELLAR SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT IN A MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Huber, Daniel, Carter, Joshua A., Barbieri, Mauro, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Sci...342..331H)

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

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

  42. KEPLER-77B: A VERY LOW ALBEDO, SATURN-MASS TRANSITING PLANET AROUND A METAL-RICH SOLAR-LIKE STAR
    Gandolfi, D., Parviainen, H., Fridlund, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...557A..74G)

  43. THE CONTRIBUTION OF SECONDARY ECLIPSES AS ASTROPHYSICAL FALSE POSITIVES TO EXOPLANET TRANSIT SURVEYS
    Santerne, A., Fressin, F., Díaz, R. F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...557A.139S)

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

  45. TRANSITS AND OCCULTATIONS OF AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET IN AN 8.5 HR ORBIT
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Rappaport, Saul, Winn, Joshua N., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774...54S)

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

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

  48. 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., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774L..19V)

  49. ROTATIONAL SYNCHRONIZATION MAY ENHANCE HABITABILITY FOR CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS: KEPLER BINARY CASE STUDIES
    Mason, Paul A., Zuluaga, Jorge I., Clark, Joni M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774L..26M)

  50. BULK COMPOSITION OF GJ 1214B AND OTHER SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANETS
    Valencia, Diana, Guillot, Tristan, Parmentier, Vivien, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...10V)

  51. TESTING IN SITU ASSEMBLY WITH THE KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATE SAMPLE
    Hansen, Brad M. S., Murray, Norm
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...53H)

  52. KEPLER-63B: A GIANT PLANET IN A POLAR ORBIT AROUND A YOUNG SUN-LIKE STAR
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Winn, Joshua N., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...54S)

  53. STELLAR ROTATION PERIODS OF THE KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST: A DEARTH OF CLOSE-IN PLANETS AROUND FAST ROTATORS
    McQuillan, A., Mazeh, T., Aigrain, S.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L..11M)

  54. MODULES FOR EXPERIMENTS IN STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS (MESA): PLANETS, OSCILLATIONS, ROTATION, AND MASSIVE STARS
    Paxton, Bill, Cantiello, Matteo, Arras, Phil, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..208....4P)

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

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

  57. 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, et al.
    2013, pre-print (2013arXiv1309.2559T)

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

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

  60. EXOPLANET CHARACTERIZATION BY PROXY: A TRANSITING 2.15 R PLANET NEAR THE HABITABLE ZONE OF THE LATE K DWARF KEPLER-61
    Ballard, Sarah, Charbonneau, David, Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...98B)

  61. THE ROCHE LIMIT FOR CLOSE-ORBITING PLANETS: MINIMUM DENSITY, COMPOSITION CONSTRAINTS, AND APPLICATION TO THE 4.2 HR PLANET KOI 1843.03
    Rappaport, Saul, Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Rogers, Leslie A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773L..15R)

  62. MEASURING TRANSIT SIGNAL RECOVERY IN THE KEPLER PIPELINE. I. INDIVIDUAL EVENTS
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Clarke, Bruce D., Burke, Christopher J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..207...35C)

  63. CATASTROPHIC EVAPORATION OF ROCKY PLANETS
    Perez-Becker, Daniel, Chiang, Eugene
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433.2294P)

  64. ATMOSPHERIC MASS-LOSS AND EVOLUTION OF SHORT-PERIOD EXOPLANETS: THE EXAMPLES OF COROT-7B AND KEPLER-10B
    Kurokawa, H., Kaltenegger, L.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433.3239K)

  65. KEPLER'S MISSING PLANETS
    Steffen, Jason H.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433.3246S)

  66. 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, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013P&SS...84..163N)

  67. IDENTIFICATION OF BACKGROUND FALSE POSITIVES FROM KEPLER DATA
    Bryson, Stephen T., Jenkins, Jon M., Gilliland, Ronald L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013PASP..125..889B)

  68. THE NASA EXOPLANET ARCHIVE: DATA AND TOOLS FOR EXOPLANET RESEARCH
    Akeson, R. L., Chen, X., Ciardi, D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013PASP..125..989A)

  69. THE EFFECT OF ROTATION AND TIDAL HEATING ON THE THERMAL LIGHTCURVES OF SUPER MERCURIES
    Selsis, F., Maurin, A. -S., Hersant, F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...555A..51S)

  70. AN INDEPENDENT PLANET SEARCH IN THE KEPLER DATASET. I. ONE HUNDRED NEW CANDIDATES AND REVISED KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Ofir, A., Dreizler, S.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...555A..58O)

  71. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES. II. 12 KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST AND 15 CONFIRMED TRANSITING PLANETS
    Adams, E. R., Dupree, A. K., Kulesa, C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....146....9A)

  72. TIDAL EVOLUTION OF THE KEPLER CANDIDATE TWO-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Dong, Y., Ji, J. H.
    2013, refereed (2013AcASn..54..350D)

  73. LOW STELLAR OBLIQUITIES IN COMPACT MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS
    Albrecht, Simon, Winn, Joshua N., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...11A)

  74. AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE SHOULDER OF GIANTS: JOVIAN PLANETS AROUND LATE K DWARF STARS AND THE TREND WITH STELLAR MASS
    Gaidos, Eric, Fischer, Debra A., Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...18G)

  75. BEER ANALYSIS OF KEPLER AND COROT LIGHT CURVES. I. DISCOVERY OF KEPLER-76B: A HOT JUPITER WITH EVIDENCE FOR SUPERROTATION
    Faigler, S., Tal-Or, L., Mazeh, T., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...26F)

  76. SPECTROSCOPY OF FAINT KEPLER MISSION EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS
    Everett, Mark E., Howell, Steve B., Silva, David R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771..107E)

  77. OPTICAL PHASE CURVES OF KEPLER EXOPLANETS
    Esteves, Lisa J., De Mooij, Ernst J. W., Jayawardhana, Ray
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772...51E)

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

  79. THE DETECTABILITY OF HABITABLE EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER
    Awiphan, S., Kerins, E.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.432.2549A)

  80. KOI-200 B AND KOI-889 B: TWO TRANSITING EXOPLANETS DETECTED AND CHARACTERIZED WITH KEPLER, SOPHIE, AND HARPS-N
    Hébrard, G., Almenara, J. -M., Santerne, A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...554A.114H)

  81. PLANET HUNTERS: NEW KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES FROM ANALYSIS OF QUARTER 2
    Lintott, Chris J., Schwamb, Megan E., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..151L)

  82. STARS DO NOT EAT THEIR YOUNG MIGRATING PLANETS: EMPIRICAL CONSTRAINTS ON PLANET MIGRATION HALTING MECHANISMS
    Plavchan, Peter, Bilinski, Christopher
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769...86P)

  83. KEPLER-16B: SAFE IN A RESONANCE CELL
    Popova, Elena A., Shevchenko, Ivan I.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769..152P)

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

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

  86. A GAS GIANT CIRCUMBINARY PLANET TRANSITING THE 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, V. B., McCullough, P. R., Hinse, T. C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...52K)

  87. A PLATEAU IN THE PLANET POPULATION BELOW TWICE THE SIZE OF EARTH
    Petigura, Erik A., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Howard, Andrew W.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...69P)

  88. CANDIDATE PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONES OF KEPLER STARS
    Gaidos, Eric
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...90G)

  89. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK). II. ANALYSIS OF SEVEN VIABLE SATELLITE-HOSTING PLANET CANDIDATES
    Kipping, D. M., Hartman, J., Buchhave, L. A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..101K)

  90. ALL SIX PLANETS KNOWN TO ORBIT KEPLER-11 HAVE LOW DENSITIES
    Lissauer, Jack J., Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..131L)

  91. A POTENTIAL SUPER-VENUS IN THE KEPLER-69 SYSTEM
    Kane, Stephen R., Barclay, Thomas, Gelino, Dawn M.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770L..20K)

  92. Χ2 DISCRIMINATORS FOR TRANSITING PLANET DETECTION IN KEPLER DATA
    Seader, Shawn, Tenenbaum, Peter, Jenkins, Jon M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..206...25S)

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

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

  95. MULTIPLE PLANETS OR EXOMOONS IN KEPLER HOT JUPITER SYSTEMS WITH TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS?
    Szabó, R., Szabó, Gy. M., Dálya, G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...553A..17S)

  96. INFLUENCE OF THE CIRCUMBINARY DISK GRAVITY ON PLANETESIMAL ACCUMULATION IN THE KEPLER-16 SYSTEM
    Marzari, F., Thebault, P., Scholl, H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...553A..71M)

  97. THE MASS OF KOI-94D AND A RELATION FOR PLANET RADIUS, MASS, AND INCIDENT FLUX
    Weiss, Lauren M., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768...14W)

  98. 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., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768..101B)

  99. PLANET HUNTERS: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET IN A QUADRUPLE STAR SYSTEM
    Schwamb, Megan E., Orosz, Jerome A., Carter, Joshua A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768..127S)

  100. SPITZER OBSERVATIONS OF GJ 3470 B: A VERY LOW-DENSITY NEPTUNE-SIZE PLANET ORBITING A METAL-RICH M DWARF
    Demory, Brice-Olivier, Torres, Guillermo, Neves, Vasco, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768..154D)

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

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

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

  104. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN THE FIRST 12 QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
    Tenenbaum, Peter, Jenkins, Jon M., Seader, Shawn, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..206....5T)

  105. KEPLER-62: A FIVE-PLANET SYSTEM WITH PLANETS OF 1.4 AND 1.6 EARTH RADII IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Borucki, William J., Agol, Eric, Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Sci...340..587B)

  106. A HOT URANUS ORBITING THE SUPER METAL-RICH STAR HD 77338 AND THE METALLICITY-MASS CONNECTION
    Jenkins, J. S., Jones, H. R. A., Tuomi, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...67J)

  107. THE FALSE POSITIVE RATE OF KEPLER AND THE OCCURRENCE OF PLANETS
    Fressin, François, Torres, Guillermo, Charbonneau, David, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...81F)

  108. ASTEROSEISMIC DETERMINATION OF OBLIQUITIES OF THE EXOPLANET SYSTEMS KEPLER-50 AND KEPLER-65
    Chaplin, W. J., Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Campante, T. L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766..101C)

  109. THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF SMALL PLANETS AROUND SMALL STARS
    Dressing, Courtney D., Charbonneau, David
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767...95D)

  110. ARE PLANETARY SYSTEMS FILLED TO CAPACITY? A STUDY BASED ON KEPLER RESULTS
    Fang, Julia, Margot, Jean-Luc
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..115F)

  111. FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF KEPLER PLANET-CANDIDATE HOST STARS USING ASTEROSEISMOLOGY
    Huber, Daniel, Chaplin, William J., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jørgen, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..127H)

  112. CONFIRMATION OF HOT JUPITER KEPLER-41B VIA PHASE CURVE ANALYSIS
    Quintana, Elisa V., Rowe, Jason F., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..137Q)

  113. A REVISED ESTIMATE OF THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONES AROUND KEPLER M-DWARFS
    Kopparapu, Ravi Kumar
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767L...8K)

  114. GIANT PLANETS ORBITING METAL-RICH STARS SHOW SIGNATURES OF PLANET-PLANET INTERACTIONS
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Murray-Clay, Ruth A.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767L..24D)

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

  116. TIDAL EVOLUTION OF THE KEPLER-10 SYSTEM
    Dong, Yao, Ji, Jianghui
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.430..951D)

  117. PROBING THE BLOW-OFF CRITERIA OF HYDROGEN-RICH `SUPER-EARTHS'
    Lammer, H., Erkaev, N. V., Odert, P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.430.1247L)

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

  119. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. VIII. KOI-205 B: A BROWN-DWARF COMPANION TO A K-TYPE DWARF
    Díaz, R. F., Damiani, C., Deleuil, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...551L...9D)

  120. HABITABLE ZONES AROUND MAIN-SEQUENCE STARS: NEW ESTIMATES
    Kopparapu, Ravi Kumar, Ramirez, Ramses, Kasting, James F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765..131K)

  121. THE QUASIPERIODIC AUTOMATED TRANSIT SEARCH ALGORITHM
    Carter, Joshua A., Agol, Eric
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765..132C)

  122. STELLAR MAGNETIC FIELDS AS A HEATING SOURCE FOR EXTRASOLAR GIANT PLANETS
    Buzasi, D.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765L..25B)

  123. KEPLER-68: THREE PLANETS, ONE WITH A DENSITY BETWEEN THAT OF EARTH AND ICE GIANTS
    Gilliland, Ronald L., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...40G)

  124. 2013 - LIFE IS A COSMIC PHENOMENON : THE "SEARCH FOR WATER" EVOLVES INTO THE "SEARCH FOR LIFE"
    Smith, William E.
    2013, refereed (2013JCos...2210219S)

  125. 150 NEW TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES FROM KEPLER Q1-Q6 DATA
    Huang, X., Bakos, G. Á., Hartman, J. D.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.429.2001H)

  126. A DETAILED MODEL GRID FOR SOLID PLANETS FROM 0.1 THROUGH 100 EARTH MASSES
    Zeng, Li, Sasselov, Dimitar
    2013, refereed (2013PASP..125..227Z)

  127. STARSPOTS AND SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR KEPLER COOL HOST STARS
    Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Winn, J. N., Fabrycky, D. C.
    2013, refereed (2013AN....334..180S)

  128. AN ANALYTIC THEORY FOR THE ORBITS OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS
    Leung, Gene C. K., Lee, Man Hoi
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763..107L)

  129. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. IV. KEPLER-32 AS A PROTOTYPE FOR THE FORMATION OF COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT THE GALAXY
    Swift, Jonathan J., Johnson, John Asher, Morton, Timothy D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..105S)

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

  131. A SEARCH FOR EXOZODIACAL CLOUDS WITH KEPLER
    Stark, Christopher C., Boss, Alan P., Weinberger, Alycia J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..195S)

  132. BUILDING TATOOINE: SUPPRESSION OF THE DIRECT SECULAR EXCITATION IN KEPLER CIRCUMBINARY PLANET FORMATION
    Rafikov, Roman R.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764L..16R)

  133. KEPLER'S OPTICAL SECONDARY ECLIPSE OF HAT-P-7B AND PROBABLE DETECTION OF PLANET-INDUCED STELLAR GRAVITY DARKENING
    Morris, Brett M., Mandell, Avi M., Deming, Drake
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764L..22M)

  134. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER. III. ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST 16 MONTHS OF DATA
    Batalha, Natalie M., Rowe, Jason F., Bryson, Stephen T., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..204...24B)

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

  136. A SUB-MERCURY-SIZED EXOPLANET
    Barclay, Thomas, Rowe, Jason F., Lissauer, Jack J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.494..452B)

  137. SOAP-T: A TOOL TO STUDY THE LIGHT CURVE AND RADIAL VELOCITY OF A SYSTEM WITH A TRANSITING PLANET AND A ROTATING SPOTTED STAR
    Oshagh, M., Boisse, I., Boué, G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...549A..35O)

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

  139. ON THE SURVIVABILITY AND METAMORPHISM OF TIDALLY DISRUPTED GIANT PLANETS: THE ROLE OF DENSE CORES
    Liu, Shang-Fei, Guillochon, James, Lin, Douglas N. C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762...37L)

  140. OBJECTS IN KEPLER'S MIRROR MAY BE LARGER THAN THEY APPEAR: BIAS AND SELECTION EFFECTS IN TRANSITING PLANET SURVEYS
    Gaidos, Eric, Mann, Andrew W.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762...41G)

  141. MODEL-INDEPENDENT STELLAR AND PLANETARY MASSES FROM MULTI-TRANSITING EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762..112M)

  142. DECOUPLING PHASE VARIATIONS IN MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Kane, Stephen R., Gelino, Dawn M.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762..129K)

  143. EMERGING TRENDS IN A PERIOD-RADIUS DISTRIBUTION OF CLOSE-IN PLANETS
    Beaugé, C., Nesvorný, D.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763...12B)

  144. ON THE RELATIVE SIZES OF PLANETS WITHIN KEPLER MULTIPLE-CANDIDATE SYSTEMS
    Ciardi, David R., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763...41C)

  145. EXOMOON HABITABILITY CONSTRAINED BY ILLUMINATION AND TIDAL HEATING
    Heller, René, Barnes, Rory
    2013, refereed (2013AsBio..13...18H)

  146. 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, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.428.1077S)

  147. STATISTICAL AND REGRESSION ANALYSES OF DETECTED EXTRASOLAR SYSTEMS
    Pintr, Pavel, Peřinová, Vlasta, Lukš, Antonín, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013P&SS...75...37P)

  148. ORBITAL STRUCTURE OF MULTI-ASTEROID AND MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Fang, Julia A.
    2013, refereed (2013PhDT........22F)

  149. BENEATH THE SURFACE OF GIANT PLANETS: EVOLUTION, STRUCTURE, AND COMPOSITION
    Kelly Miller, Neil L.
    2013, refereed (2013PhDT........38K)

  150. ON THE MIGRATORY BEHAVIOR OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Dawson, Rebekah Ilene
    2013, refereed (2013PhDT........90D)

  151. SUPER-EARTH AND SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANETS: A FIRST LOOK FROM THE MEARTH PROJECT
    Berta, Zachory K.
    2013, refereed (2013PhDT.......118B)

  152. DYNAMICAL SIMULATIONS OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS WITH DEBRIS DISKS USING A GPU ACCELERATED N-BODY CODE
    Moore, Alexander
    2013, refereed (2013PhDT.......351M)

2012

  1. 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., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...548A..44C)

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

  3. STARSPOT SIMULATIONS FOR KEPLER
    Nielsen, M. B., Karoff, C.
    2012, refereed (2012AN....333.1036N)

  4. PROPERTIES OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETS AND THEIR HOST STARS: A CASE STUDY OF HAT-P-7
    Van Eylen, V., Kjeldsen, H., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012AN....333.1088V)

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

  6. PHOTOMETRICALLY DERIVED MASSES AND RADII OF THE PLANET AND STAR IN THE TRES-2 SYSTEM
    Barclay, Thomas, Huber, Daniel, Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761...53B)

  7. HOW THERMAL EVOLUTION AND MASS-LOSS SCULPT POPULATIONS OF SUPER-EARTHS AND SUB-NEPTUNES: APPLICATION TO THE KEPLER-11 SYSTEM AND BEYOND
    Lopez, Eric D., Fortney, Jonathan J., Miller, Neil
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761...59L)

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

  9. EXTRACTING PLANET MASS AND ECCENTRICITY FROM TTV DATA
    Lithwick, Yoram, Xie, Jiwei, Wu, Yanqin
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..122L)

  10. THE PHOTOECCENTRIC EFFECT AND PROTO-HOT JUPITERS. II. KOI-1474.01, A CANDIDATE ECCENTRIC PLANET PERTURBED BY AN UNSEEN COMPANION
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Johnson, John Asher, Morton, Timothy D., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..163D)

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

  12. PLANETS IN OPEN CLUSTERS DETECTABLE BY KEPLER
    Chatterjee, Sourav, Ford, Eric B., Geller, Aaron M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427.1587C)

  13. SPIN-ORBIT COUPLING FOR TIDALLY EVOLVING SUPER-EARTHS
    Rodríguez, A., Callegari, N., Michtchenko, T. A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427.2239R)

  14. AN ANALYTIC MODEL FOR ROTATIONAL MODULATIONS IN THE PHOTOMETRY OF SPOTTED STARS
    Kipping, David M.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427.2487K)

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

  16. THE LIFE SUPPORTING ZONE OF KEPLER-22B AND THE KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES: KOI268.01, KOI701.03, KOI854.01 AND KOI1026.01
    Neubauer, David, Vrtala, Aron, Leitner, Johannes J., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012P&SS...73..397N)

  17. THE DERIVATION, PROPERTIES, AND VALUE OF KEPLER’S COMBINED DIFFERENTIAL PHOTOMETRIC PRECISION
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Jenkins, Jon M., Caldwell, Douglas A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012PASP..124.1279C)

  18. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN THE FIRST TWELVE QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
    Tenenbaum, Peter, Jenkins, Jon M., Seader, Shawn, et al.
    2012, pre-print (2012arXiv1212.2915T)

  19. EXPLORING THE Α-ENHANCEMENT OF METAL-POOR PLANET-HOSTING STARS. THE KEPLER AND HARPS SAMPLES
    Adibekyan, V. Zh., Delgado Mena, E., Sousa, S. G., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...547A..36A)

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

  21. DETECTION OF NEPTUNE-SIZE PLANETARY CANDIDATES WITH COROT DATA. COMPARISON WITH THE PLANET OCCURRENCE RATE DERIVED FROM KEPLER
    Bonomo, A. S., Chabaud, P. Y., Deleuil, M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...547A.110B)

  22. CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETS FROM THEIR FORMATION. II. THE PLANETARY MASS-RADIUS RELATIONSHIP
    Mordasini, C., Alibert, Y., Georgy, C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...547A.112M)

  23. 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, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759L..36H)

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

  25. A DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE KEPLER-11 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Migaszewski, Cezary, Słonina, Mariusz, Goździewski, Krzysztof
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427..770M)

  26. PERIOD RATIOS IN MULTIPLANETARY SYSTEMS DISCOVERED BY KEPLER ARE CONSISTENT WITH PLANET MIGRATION
    Rein, Hanno
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427L..21R)

  27. NUMERICAL ADVENTURES IN EXOPLANET FORMATION, DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION
    Meschiari, Stefano
    2012, refereed (2012PhDT.......150M)

  28. FLOW OF PLANETS RAISES SHORT PERIOD FALL OFF
    Taylor, Stuart F.
    2012, pre-print (2012arXiv1211.1984T)

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

  30. DISSIPATION IN PLANAR RESONANT PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Delisle, J. -B., Laskar, J., Correia, A. C. M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...546A..71D)

  31. IMPROVED SPECTROSCOPIC PARAMETERS FOR TRANSITING PLANET HOSTS
    Torres, Guillermo, Fischer, Debra A., Sozzetti, Alessandro, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757..161T)

  32. CAN PLANETARY INSTABILITY EXPLAIN THE KEPLER DICHOTOMY?
    Johansen, Anders, Davies, Melvyn B., Church, Ross P., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758...39J)

  33. THE NEPTUNE-SIZED CIRCUMBINARY PLANET KEPLER-38B
    Orosz, Jerome A., Welsh, William F., Carter, Joshua A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758...87O)

  34. TRADITIONAL FORMATION SCENARIOS FAIL TO EXPLAIN 4:3 MEAN MOTION RESONANCES
    Rein, Hanno, Payne, Matthew J., Veras, Dimitri, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426..187R)

  35. CONSTRAINING THE FALSE POSITIVE RATE FOR KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES WITH MULTICOLOUR PHOTOMETRY FROM THE GTC
    Colón, Knicole D., Ford, Eric B., Morehead, Robert C.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426..342C)

  36. HOMOGENEOUS STUDIES OF TRANSITING EXTRASOLAR PLANETS - V. NEW RESULTS FOR 38 PLANETS
    Southworth, John
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.1291S)

  37. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. VII. A FALSE-POSITIVE RATE OF 35% FOR KEPLER CLOSE-IN GIANT CANDIDATES
    Santerne, A., Díaz, R. F., Moutou, C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...545A..76S)

  38. EVIDENCE FOR THE DISINTEGRATION OF KIC 12557548 B
    Brogi, M., Keller, C. U., de Juan Ovelar, M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...545L...5B)

  39. MEASUREMENTS OF STELLAR INCLINATIONS FOR KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Takeda, Yoichi, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756...66H)

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

  41. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. V. TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION CANDIDATES IN THE FIRST SIXTEEN MONTHS FROM POLYNOMIAL MODELS
    Ford, Eric B., Ragozzine, Darin, Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756..185F)

  42. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. VI. POTENTIALLY INTERESTING CANDIDATE SYSTEMS FROM FOURIER-BASED STATISTICAL TESTS
    Steffen, Jason H., Ford, Eric B., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756..186S)

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

  44. OBLIQUITIES OF HOT JUPITER HOST STARS: EVIDENCE FOR TIDAL INTERACTIONS AND PRIMORDIAL MISALIGNMENTS
    Albrecht, Simon, Winn, Joshua N., Johnson, John A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...18A)

  45. THE HABITABILITY AND DETECTION OF EARTH-LIKE PLANETS ORBITING COOL WHITE DWARFS
    Fossati, L., Bagnulo, S., Haswell, C. A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757L..15F)

  46. THE EXOPLANET ECCENTRICITY DISTRIBUTION FROM KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES
    Kane, Stephen R., Ciardi, David R., Gelino, Dawn M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.425..757K)

  47. KEPLER-47: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Orosz, Jerome A., Welsh, William F., Carter, Joshua A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Sci...337.1511O)

  48. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. VI. AN ADDITIONAL COMPANION IN THE KOI-13 SYSTEM
    Santerne, A., Moutou, C., Barros, S. C. C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...544L..12S)

  49. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Adams, E. R., Ciardi, D. R., Dupree, A. K., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....144...42A)

  50. PLANET HUNTERS: ASSESSING THE KEPLER INVENTORY OF SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS
    Schwamb, Megan E., Lintott, Chris J., Fischer, Debra A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...754..129S)

  51. CIRCUMBINARY CHAOS: USING PLUTO'S NEWEST MOON TO CONSTRAIN THE MASSES OF NIX AND HYDRA
    Youdin, Andrew N., Kratter, Kaitlin M., Kenyon, Scott J.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...755...17Y)

  52. RAPID DYNAMICAL CHAOS IN AN EXOPLANETARY SYSTEM
    Deck, Katherine M., Holman, Matthew J., Agol, Eric, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...755L..21D)

  53. PLANET OCCURRENCE WITHIN 0.25 AU OF SOLAR-TYPE STARS FROM KEPLER
    Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Bryson, Stephen T., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJS..201...15H)

  54. KEPLER-36: A PAIR OF PLANETS WITH NEIGHBORING ORBITS AND DISSIMILAR DENSITIES
    Carter, Joshua A., Agol, Eric, Chaplin, William J., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Sci...337..556C)

  55. FROM PROTOPLANETARY DISKS TO EXTRASOLAR PLANETS: UNDERSTANDING THE LIFE CYCLE OF CIRCUMSTELLAR GAS WITH ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY
    France, Kevin, Beasley, Matthew, Ardila, David R., et al.
    2012, pre-print (2012arXiv1208.2270F)

  56. 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, refereed (2012A&A...543A..63N)

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

  58. THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS: LUMINOSITY CLASS, PLANET OCCURRENCE, AND PLANET-METALLICITY RELATION OF THE COOLEST KEPLER TARGET STARS
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Lépine, Sébastien, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...753...90M)

  59. THE FREQUENCY OF HOT JUPITERS ORBITING NEARBY SOLAR-TYPE STARS
    Wright, J. T., Marcy, G. W., Howard, A. W., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...753..160W)

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

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

  62. 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, Zoë M., Thébault, Philippe, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...754L..16P)

  63. ALIGNMENT OF THE STELLAR SPIN WITH THE ORBITS OF A THREE-PLANET SYSTEM
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Fabrycky, Daniel C., Winn, Joshua N., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Natur.487..449S)

  64. THE EVIL-MC MODEL FOR ELLIPSOIDAL VARIATIONS OF PLANET-HOSTING STARS AND APPLICATIONS TO THE HAT-P-7 SYSTEM
    Jackson, Brian K., Lewis, Nikole K., Barnes, Jason W., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...751..112J)

  65. 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, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...751L..31B)

  66. POSSIBLE DISINTEGRATING SHORT-PERIOD SUPER-MERCURY ORBITING KIC 12557548
    Rappaport, S., Levine, A., Chiang, E., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...752....1R)

  67. DEBRIS DISKS IN KEPLER EXOPLANET SYSTEMS
    Lawler, S. M., Gladman, B.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...752...53L)

  68. STELLAR MEMBERSHIP AND DUSTY DEBRIS DISKS IN THE Α PERSEI CLUSTER
    Zuckerman, B., Melis, Carl, Rhee, Joseph H., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...752...58Z)

  69. CIRCUMBINARY PLANET FORMATION IN THE KEPLER-16 SYSTEM. I. N-BODY SIMULATIONS
    Meschiari, Stefano
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...752...71M)

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

  71. PLANET-DISC INTERACTION IN HIGHLY INCLINED SYSTEMS
    Rein, Hanno
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.422.3611R)

  72. VALIDATION OF THE EXOPLANET KEPLER-21B USING PAVO/CHARA LONG-BASELINE INTERFEROMETRY
    Huber, Daniel, Ireland, Michael J., Bedding, Timothy R., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.423L..16H)

  73. AN ABUNDANCE OF SMALL EXOPLANETS AROUND STARS WITH A WIDE RANGE OF METALLICITIES
    Buchhave, Lars A., Latham, David W., Johansen, Anders, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Natur.486..375B)

  74. THE SILICATE AND CARBON-RICH MODELS OF COROT-7B, KEPLER-9D AND KEPLER-10B
    Gong, Yan-Xiang, Zhou, Ji-Lin
    2012, refereed (2012RAA....12..678G)

  75. THE DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NONTRANSITING PLANET BY TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Nesvorný, David, Kipping, David M., Buchhave, Lars A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Sci...336.1133N)

  76. WARM DEBRIS DISKS CANDIDATES IN TRANSITING PLANETS SYSTEMS
    Ribas, Á., Merín, B., Ardila, D. R., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...541A..38R)

  77. KEPLER KOI-13.01 - DETECTION OF BEAMING AND ELLIPSOIDAL MODULATIONS POINTING TO A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER
    Mazeh, T., Nachmani, G., Sokol, G., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...541A..56M)

  78. ROCKY SUPER-EARTH INTERIORS. STRUCTURE AND INTERNAL DYNAMICS OF COROT-7B AND KEPLER-10B
    Wagner, F. W., Tosi, N., Sohl, F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...541A.103W)

  79. COMPARING HARPS AND KEPLER SURVEYS. THE ALIGNMENT OF MULTIPLE-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Figueira, P., Marmier, M., Boué, G., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...541A.139F)

  80. AN HST SEARCH FOR PLANETS IN THE LOWER MAIN SEQUENCE OF THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER NGC 6397
    Nascimbeni, V., Bedin, L. R., Piotto, G., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...541A.144N)

  81. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. II. THE M DWARF KOI-254 AND ITS HOT JUPITER
    Johnson, John Asher, Gazak, J. Zachary, Apps, Kevin, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....143..111J)

  82. HABITABILITY OF EARTH-MASS PLANETS AND MOONS IN THE KEPLER-16 SYSTEM
    Quarles, B., Musielak, Z. E., Cuntz, M.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750...14Q)

  83. 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., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750...84B)

  84. SUPER-ECCENTRIC MIGRATING JUPITERS
    Socrates, Aristotle, Katz, Boaz, Dong, Subo, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750..106S)

  85. ALMOST ALL OF KEPLER'S MULTIPLE-PLANET CANDIDATES ARE PLANETS
    Lissauer, Jack J., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750..112L)

  86. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. II. CONFIRMATION OF TWO MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS VIA A NON-PARAMETRIC CORRELATION ANALYSIS
    Ford, Eric B., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Steffen, Jason H., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750..113F)

  87. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. IV. CONFIRMATION OF FOUR MULTIPLE-PLANET SYSTEMS BY SIMPLE PHYSICAL MODELS
    Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., Steffen, Jason H., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750..114F)

  88. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK). I. DESCRIPTION OF A NEW OBSERVATIONAL PROJECT
    Kipping, D. M., Bakos, G. Á., Buchhave, L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750..115K)

  89. THE EFFECT OF POPULATION-WIDE MASS-TO-RADIUS RELATIONSHIPS ON THE INTERPRETATION OF KEPLER AND HARPS SUPER-EARTH OCCURRENCE RATES
    Wolfgang, Angie, Laughlin, Gregory
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750..148W)

  90. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTERESTS. NEW EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURES, METALLICITIES, MASSES, AND RADII OF LOW-MASS KEPLER PLANET-CANDIDATE HOST STARS
    Muirhead, Philip S., Hamren, Katherine, Schlawin, Everett, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...750L..37M)

  91. PREDICTING PLANETS IN KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Fang, Julia, Margot, Jean-Luc
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...751...23F)

  92. A MASSIVE EXOPLANET CANDIDATE AROUND KOI-13: INDEPENDENT CONFIRMATION BY ELLIPSOIDAL VARIATIONS
    Mislis, D., Hodgkin, S.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.422.1512M)

  93. KEPLER CONSTRAINTS ON PLANETS NEAR HOT JUPITERS
    Steffen, J. H., Ragozzine, D., Fabrycky, D. C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012PNAS..109.7982S)

  94. TRANSIT-TIMING MEASUREMENTS WITH THE MODEL-INDEPENDENT BARYCENTER METHOD: APPLICATION TO THE LHS 6343 SYSTEM
    Oshagh, M., Boué, G., Haghighipour, N., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...540A..62O)

  95. THE STATISTICS OF MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Tremaine, Scott, Dong, Subo
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....143...94T)

  96. KEPLER-20: A SUN-LIKE STAR WITH THREE SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANETS AND TWO EARTH-SIZE CANDIDATES
    Gautier, Thomas N., III, Charbonneau, David, Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...749...15G)

  97. A TIDALLY DESTRUCTED MASSIVE PLANET AS THE PROGENITOR OF THE TWO LIGHT PLANETS AROUND THE SDB STAR KIC 05807616
    Bear, Ealeal, Soker, Noam
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...749L..14B)

  98. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER - III. CONFIRMATION OF FOUR MULTIPLE PLANET SYSTEMS BY A FOURIER-DOMAIN STUDY OF ANTICORRELATED TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Steffen, Jason H., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.421.2342S)

  99. A CONSISTENT ANALYSIS OF THREE YEARS OF GROUND- AND SPACE-BASED PHOTOMETRY OF TRES-2
    Schröter, S., Schmitt, J. H. M. M., Müller, H. M.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...539A..97S)

  100. OF "COCKTAIL PARTIES" AND EXOPLANETS
    Waldmann, I. P.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...747...12W)

  101. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. III. KOI 961: A SMALL STAR WITH LARGE PROPER MOTION AND THREE SMALL PLANETS
    Muirhead, Philip S., Johnson, John Asher, Apps, Kevin, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...747..144M)

  102. DETECTION OF POTENTIAL TRANSIT SIGNALS IN THE FIRST THREE QUARTERS OF KEPLER MISSION DATA
    Tenenbaum, Peter, Christiansen, Jessie L., Jenkins, Jon M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJS..199...24T)

  103. OBSERVATIONS OF EXTRASOLAR PLANET TRANSITS WITH THE AUTOMATED TELESCOPES OF THE PULKOVO ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY
    Sokov, E. N., Vereshchagina, I. A., Gnedin, Yu. N., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012AstL...38..180S)

  104. ABOUT MICROLENSING OPTICAL DEPTH AND RATES FOR FREE-FLOATING PLANETS TOWARDS THE KEPLER'S FIELD OF VIEW
    Hafizi, M., Hamolli, L.
    2012, not refereed (2012JPhCS.354a2006H)

  105. SPIN-ORBIT RESONANCE, TRANSIT DURATION VARIATION AND POSSIBLE SECULAR PERTURBATIONS IN KOI-13
    Szabó, Gy. M., Pál, A., Derekas, A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.421L.122S)

  106. NORTH SET FOR MASS ANALYSIS OF PLANETS
    Hand, Eric
    2012, refereed (2012Natur.483..522H)

  107. EXTRASOLAR PLANET TRANSITS OBSERVED AT KITT PEAK NATIONAL OBSERVATORY
    Sada, Pedro V., Deming, Drake, Jennings, Donald E., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012PASP..124..212S)

  108. STERILE AND FERTILE PLANETARY SYSTEMS - STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS IN KEPLER'S DATA
    Weissbein, Amir, Steinberg, Elad, Sari, Re'em
    2012, pre-print (2012arXiv1203.6072W)

  109. ESTIMATING TRANSITING EXOPLANET MASSES FROM PRECISE OPTICAL PHOTOMETRY
    Mislis, D., Heller, R., Schmitt, J. H. M. M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...538A...4M)

  110. THERMAL PHASE CURVES OF NONTRANSITING TERRESTRIAL EXOPLANETS. II. CHARACTERIZING AIRLESS PLANETS
    Maurin, A. S., Selsis, F., Hersant, F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...538A..95M)

  111. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. V. THE THREE HOT JUPITERS KOI-135B, KOI-204B, AND KOI-203B (ALIAS KEPLER-17B)
    Bonomo, A. S., Hébrard, G., Santerne, A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...538A..96B)

  112. A UNIFORM SEARCH FOR SECONDARY ECLIPSES OF HOT JUPITERS IN KEPLER Q2 LIGHT CURVES
    Coughlin, J. L., López-Morales, M.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....143...39C)

  113. KEPLER-22B: A 2.4 EARTH-RADIUS PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A SUN-LIKE STAR
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Batalha, Natalie, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...745..120B)

  114. ON THE NATURE OF SMALL PLANETS AROUND THE COOLEST KEPLER STARS
    Gaidos, Eric, Fischer, Debra A., Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...746...36G)

  115. CHALLENGES IN FORMING PLANETS BY GRAVITATIONAL INSTABILITY: DISK IRRADIATION AND CLUMP MIGRATION, ACCRETION, AND TIDAL DESTRUCTION
    Zhu, Zhaohuan, Hartmann, Lee, Nelson, Richard P., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...746..110Z)

  116. KEPLER-21B: A 1.6 R EARTH PLANET TRANSITING THE BRIGHT OSCILLATING F SUBGIANT STAR HD 179070
    Howell, Steve B., Rowe, Jason F., Bryson, Stephen T., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...746..123H)

  117. PLANET HUNTERS: THE FIRST TWO PLANET CANDIDATES IDENTIFIED BY THE PUBLIC USING THE KEPLER PUBLIC ARCHIVE DATA
    Fischer, Debra A., Schwamb, Megan E., Schawinski, Kevin, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.419.2900F)

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

  119. TWO EARTH-SIZED PLANETS ORBITING KEPLER-20
    Fressin, Francois, Torres, Guillermo, Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Natur.482..195F)

  120. SEARCHING FOR PLANETS DURING PREDICTED MESOLENSING EVENTS: II. PLAN-IT: AN OBSERVING PROGRAM AND ITS APPLICATION TO VB 10
    Di Stefano, Rosanne, Matthews, James, Lepine, Sebastien
    2012, pre-print (2012arXiv1202.5314D)

  121. MASS-RADIUS RELATIONSHIPS FOR EXOPLANETS
    Swift, D. C., Eggert, J. H., Hicks, D. G., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...744...59S)

  122. TERRESTRIAL, HABITABLE-ZONE EXOPLANET FREQUENCY FROM KEPLER
    Traub, Wesley A.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...745...20T)

  123. SIGNALS OF EXOMOONS IN AVERAGED LIGHT CURVES OF EXOPLANETS
    Simon, A. E., Szabó, Gy. M., Kiss, L. L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.419..164S)

  124. TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS KEPLER-34 B AND KEPLER-35 B
    Welsh, William F., Orosz, Jerome A., Carter, Joshua A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Natur.481..475W)

  125. IN PURSUIT OF NEW WORLDS: SEARCHES FOR AND STUDIES OF TRANSITING EXOPLANETS FROM THREE SPACE-BASED OBSERVATORIES
    Ballard, Sarah Ashley
    2012, refereed (2012PhDT.......138B)

  126. TRANSIT ANALYSIS PACKAGE: AN IDL GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE FOR EXOPLANET TRANSIT PHOTOMETRY
    Gazak, J. Zachary, Johnson, John A., Tonry, John, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012AdAst2012E..30G)

  127. SELECTED STUDIES OF CELESTIAL DYNAMICS AND HABITABILITY OF EXTRA SOLAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Quarles, Billy Lee
    2012, refereed (2012PhDT........10Q)

  128. FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS OF EXOPLANETS AND THEIR HOST STARS
    Coughlin, Jeffrey Langer
    2012, refereed (2012PhDT.......329C)

  129. CHARACTERIZING EXTRASOLAR PLANETS WITH MULTI-COLOR PHOTOMETRY
    Colon, Knicole Dawn
    2012, refereed (2012PhDT.......395C)

2011

  1. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. IV. KOI-196B: A NON-INFLATED HOT JUPITER WITH A HIGH ALBEDO
    Santerne, A., Bonomo, A. S., Hébrard, G., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011A&A...536A..70S)

  2. DETECTION OF TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS IN EXCESS OF ONE HOUR IN THE KEPLER MULTI-PLANET CANDIDATE SYSTEM KOI 806 WITH THE GTC
    Tingley, B., Palle, E., Parviainen, H., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011A&A...536L...9T)

  3. DETECTION OF KOI-13.01 USING THE PHOTOMETRIC ORBIT
    Shporer, Avi, Jenkins, Jon M., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011AJ....142..195S)

  4. COMPOSITIONS OF HOT SUPER-EARTH ATMOSPHERES: EXPLORING KEPLER CANDIDATES
    Miguel, Y., Kaltenegger, L., Fegley, B., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...742L..19M)

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

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

  7. THE KEPLER-19 SYSTEM: A TRANSITING 2.2 R PLANET AND A SECOND PLANET DETECTED VIA TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS
    Ballard, Sarah, Fabrycky, Daniel, Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...743..200B)

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

  9. VETTING KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES WITH MULTICOLOR PHOTOMETRY FROM THE GTC: IDENTIFICATION OF AN ECLIPSING BINARY STAR NEAR KOI 565
    Colón, Knicole D., Ford, Eric B.
    2011, refereed (2011PASP..123.1391C)

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

  11. SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR THE CIRCUMBINARY PLANET HOST KEPLER-16 A
    Winn, Joshua N., Albrecht, Simon, Johnson, John Asher, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...741L...1W)

  12. THE ORBITAL PHASES AND SECONDARY TRANSITS OF KEPLER-10B. A PHYSICAL INTERPRETATION BASED ON THE LAVA-OCEAN PLANET MODEL
    Rouan, D., Deeg, H. J., Demangeon, O., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...741L..30R)

  13. THE EXOPLANET CENSUS: A GENERAL METHOD APPLIED TO KEPLER
    Youdin, Andrew N.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...742...38Y)

  14. THE DISTRIBUTION OF TRANSIT DURATIONS FOR KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR ORBITAL ECCENTRICITIES
    Moorhead, Althea V., Ford, Eric B., Morehead, Robert C., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197....1M)

  15. TRANSIT TIMING OBSERVATIONS FROM KEPLER. I. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS
    Ford, Eric B., Rowe, Jason F., Fabrycky, Daniel C., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197....2F)

  16. KEPLER-14B: A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER TRANSITING AN F STAR IN A CLOSE VISUAL BINARY
    Buchhave, Lars A., Latham, David W., Carter, Joshua A., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197....3B)

  17. KEPLER-10 C: A 2.2 EARTH RADIUS TRANSITING PLANET IN A MULTIPLE SYSTEM
    Fressin, François, Torres, Guillermo, Désert, Jean-Michel, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197....5F)

  18. KEPLER-18B, C, AND D: A SYSTEM OF THREE PLANETS CONFIRMED BY TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS, LIGHT CURVE VALIDATION, WARM-SPITZER PHOTOMETRY, AND RADIAL VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS
    Cochran, William D., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Torres, Guillermo, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197....7C)

  19. ARCHITECTURE AND DYNAMICS OF KEPLER'S CANDIDATE MULTIPLE TRANSITING PLANET SYSTEMS
    Lissauer, Jack J., Ragozzine, Darin, Fabrycky, Daniel C., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197....8L)

  20. DISCOVERY AND ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION OF GIANT PLANET KEPLER-12B: AN INFLATED RADIUS OUTLIER
    Fortney, Jonathan J., Demory, Brice-Olivier, Désert, Jean-Michel, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197....9F)

  21. 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, refereed (2011ApJS..197...10B)

  22. THE ATMOSPHERES OF THE HOT-JUPITERS KEPLER-5B AND KEPLER-6B OBSERVED DURING OCCULTATIONS WITH WARM-SPITZER AND KEPLER
    Désert, Jean-Michel, Charbonneau, David, Fortney, Jonathan J., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197...11D)

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

  24. KEPLER-15B: A HOT JUPITER ENRICHED IN HEAVY ELEMENTS AND THE FIRST KEPLER MISSION PLANET CONFIRMED WITH THE HOBBY-EBERLY TELESCOPE
    Endl, Michael, MacQueen, Phillip J., Cochran, William D., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197...13E)

  25. THE HOT-JUPITER KEPLER-17B: DISCOVERY, OBLIQUITY FROM STROBOSCOPIC STARSPOTS, AND ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION
    Désert, Jean-Michel, Charbonneau, David, Demory, Brice-Olivier, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJS..197...14D)

  26. HOMOGENEOUS STUDIES OF TRANSITING EXTRASOLAR PLANETS - IV. THIRTY SYSTEMS WITH SPACE-BASED LIGHT CURVES
    Southworth, John
    2011, refereed (2011MNRAS.417.2166S)

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

  28. KEPLER AND GROUND-BASED TRANSITS OF THE EXO-NEPTUNE HAT-P-11B
    Deming, Drake, Sada, Pedro V., Jackson, Brian, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...740...33D)

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

  30. ON THE DETECTION OF (HABITABLE) SUPER-EARTHS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS USING KEPLER AND TRANSIT TIMING VARIATION METHOD
    Haghighipour, Nader, Kirste, Sabrina
    2011, refereed (2011CeMDA.111..267H)

  31. HOT SUPER EARTHS: DISRUPTED YOUNG JUPITERS?
    Nayakshin, Sergei
    2011, refereed (2011MNRAS.416.2974N)

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

  33. COULD COROT-7B AND KEPLER-10B BE REMNANTS OF EVAPORATED GAS OR ICE GIANTS?
    Leitzinger, M., Odert, P., Kulikov, Yu. N., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011P&SS...59.1472L)

  34. KEPLER 16: A SYSTEM OF POTENTIAL INTEREST TO ASTROBIOLOGISTS
    Heath, Martin J., Doyle, Laurance R.
    2011, pre-print (2011arXiv1111.0002H)

  35. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. III. KOI-423B: AN 18 MJUP TRANSITING COMPANION AROUND AN F7IV STAR
    Bouchy, F., Bonomo, A. S., Santerne, A., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011A&A...533A..83B)

  36. FORMATION AND STRUCTURE OF LOW-DENSITY EXO-NEPTUNES
    Rogers, Leslie A., Bodenheimer, Peter, Lissauer, Jack J., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...738...59R)

  37. THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF EARTH ANALOG PLANETS ORBITING SUN-LIKE STARS
    Catanzarite, Joseph, Shao, Michael
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...738..151C)

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

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

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

  41. KEPLER-16: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Doyle, Laurance R., Carter, Joshua A., Fabrycky, Daniel C., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011Sci...333.1602D)

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

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

  44. THE MULTIPLE PLANETS TRANSITING KEPLER-9. I. INFERRING STELLAR PROPERTIES AND PLANETARY COMPOSITIONS
    Havel, M., Guillot, T., Valencia, D., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011A&A...531A...3H)

  45. SPECKLE CAMERA OBSERVATIONS FOR THE NASA KEPLER MISSION FOLLOW-UP PROGRAM
    Howell, Steve B., Everett, Mark E., Sherry, William, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011AJ....142...19H)

  46. LIGHT CURVE ANALYSIS FOR ECLIPSING SYSTEMS WITH EXOPLANETS. THE SYSTEMS KEPLER-5B, KEPLER-6B, AND KEPLER-7B
    Gostev, N. Yu.
    2011, refereed (2011ARep...55..649G)

  47. THE HIGH ALBEDO OF THE HOT JUPITER KEPLER-7 B
    Demory, Brice-Olivier, Seager, Sara, Madhusudhan, Nikku, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...735L..12D)

  48. CHARACTERISTICS OF PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER. II. ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF DATA
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Basri, Gibor, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...736...19B)

  49. ASYMMETRIC TRANSIT CURVES AS INDICATION OF ORBITAL OBLIQUITY: CLUES FROM THE LATE-TYPE DWARF COMPANION IN KOI-13
    Szabó, Gy. M., Szabó, R., Benkő, J. M., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...736L...4S)

  50. PROSPECTS OF THE DETECTION OF CIRCUMBINARY PLANETS WITH KEPLER AND COROT USING THE VARIATIONS OF ECLIPSE TIMING
    Schwarz, R., Haghighipour, N., Eggl, S., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011MNRAS.414.2763S)

  51. 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., et al.
    2011, pre-print (2011arXiv1107.2596E)

  52. WARM SATURNS: ON THE NATURE OF RINGS AROUND EXTRASOLAR PLANETS THAT RESIDE INSIDE THE ICE LINE
    Schlichting, Hilke E., Chang, Philip
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...734..117S)

  53. A FIRST COMPARISON OF KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES IN SINGLE AND MULTIPLE SYSTEMS
    Latham, David W., Rowe, Jason F., Quinn, Samuel N., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...732L..24L)

  54. ANALYSIS OF KEPLER'S SHORT-CADENCE PHOTOMETRY FOR TRES-2B
    Kipping, David, Bakos, Gáspár
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...733...36K)

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

  56. SOPHIE VELOCIMETRY OF KEPLER TRANSIT CANDIDATES. II. KOI-428B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A SUBGIANT F-STAR
    Santerne, A., Díaz, R. F., Bouchy, F., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011A&A...528A..63S)

  57. 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, refereed (2011ARep...55..341S)

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

  59. KEPLER'S FIRST ROCKY PLANET: KEPLER-10B
    Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Bryson, Stephen T., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...729...27B)

  60. AN INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS OF KEPLER-4B THROUGH KEPLER-8B
    Kipping, David, Bakos, Gáspár
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...730...50K)

  61. CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATES BASED ON THE FIRST DATA SET
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Basri, Gibor, et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...728..117B)

  62. A CLOSELY PACKED SYSTEM OF LOW-MASS, LOW-DENSITY PLANETS TRANSITING KEPLER-11
    Lissauer, Jack J., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ford, Eric B., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011Natur.470...53L)

  63. KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES CONSISTENT WITH CORE ACCRETION
    Gould, Andrew, Eastman, Jason
    2011, pre-print (2011arXiv1102.1009G)

  64. MODELING KEPLER TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES AS FALSE POSITIVES: REJECTION OF BLEND SCENARIOS FOR KEPLER-9, AND VALIDATION OF KEPLER-9 D, A SUPER-EARTH-SIZE PLANET IN A MULTIPLE SYSTEM
    Torres, Guillermo, Fressin, François, Batalha, Natalie M., et al.
    2011, refereed (2011ApJ...727...24T)

  65. PLANETARY TRANSIT MAPPING OF SPOTTED STARS WITH KEPLER
    Smith, Riley James
    2011, not refereed (2011MsT.........20S)

2010

  1. DISCOVERY AND ROSSITER-MCLAUGHLIN EFFECT OF EXOPLANET KEPLER-8B
    Jenkins, Jon M., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...724.1108J)

  2. FIVE KEPLER TARGET STARS THAT SHOW MULTIPLE TRANSITING EXOPLANET CANDIDATES
    Steffen, Jason H., Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., et al.
    2010, refereed (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, et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...725.1633H)

  4. TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE: HOW THE TIDAL EVOLUTION OF HOT JUPITERS AFFECTS TRANSIT SURVEYS OF CLUSTERS
    Debes, John H., Jackson, Brian
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...723.1703D)

  5. THE OBLIQUE ORBIT OF THE SUPER-NEPTUNE HAT-P-11B
    Winn, Joshua N., Johnson, John Asher, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...723L.223W)

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

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

  8. KEPLER-9: A SYSTEM OF MULTIPLE PLANETS TRANSITING A SUN-LIKE STAR, CONFIRMED BY TIMING VARIATIONS
    Holman, Matthew J., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Ragozzine, Darin, et al.
    2010, refereed (2010Sci...330...51H)

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

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

  11. TRANSITING PLANET SEARCH IN THE KEPLER PIPELINE
    Jenkins, Jon M., Chandrasekaran, Hema, McCauliff, Sean D., et al.
    2010, not refereed (2010SPIE.7740E..0DJ)

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

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

  14. THE VALUE OF SYSTEMS WITH MULTIPLE TRANSITING PLANETS
    Ragozzine, Darin, Holman, Matthew J.
    2010, pre-print (2010arXiv1006.3727R)

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

  16. CHARACTERIZING HABITABLE EXOMOONS
    Kaltenegger, L.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...712L.125K)

  17. PRE-SPECTROSCOPIC FALSE-POSITIVE ELIMINATION OF KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATES
    Batalha, Natalie M., Rowe, Jason F., Gilliland, Ronald L., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.103B)

  18. SELECTION, PRIORITIZATION, AND CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER TARGET STARS
    Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.109B)

  19. INITIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPLER LONG CADENCE DATA FOR DETECTING TRANSITING PLANETS
    Jenkins, Jon M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Chandrasekaran, Hema, et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.120J)

  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., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.126B)

  21. DISCOVERY OF THE TRANSITING PLANET KEPLER-5B
    Koch, David G., Borucki, William J., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.131K)

  22. KEPLER-6B: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER ORBITING A METAL-RICH STAR
    Dunham, Edward W., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.136D)

  23. KEPLER-7B: A TRANSITING PLANET WITH UNUSUALLY LOW DENSITY
    Latham, David W., Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.140L)

  24. THE DISCOVERY OF ELLIPSOIDAL VARIATIONS IN THE KEPLER LIGHT CURVE OF HAT-P-7
    Welsh, William F., Orosz, Jerome A., Seager, Sara, et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...713L.145W)

  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, et al.
    2010, refereed (2010ApJ...710...97C)

  26. KEPLER PLANET-DETECTION MISSION: INTRODUCTION AND FIRST RESULTS
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David, Basri, Gibor, et al.
    2010, refereed (2010Sci...327..977B)

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

  28. THE KEPLER FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATION PROGRAM
    Gautier, Thomas N., III, Batalha, Natalie M., Borucki, William J., et al.
    2010, pre-print (2010arXiv1001.0352G)

2009

  1. BENEFITS OF GROUND-BASED PHOTOMETRIC FOLLOW-UP FOR TRANSITING EXTRASOLAR PLANETS DISCOVERED WITH KEPLER AND COROT
    Colón, Knicole D., Ford, Eric B.
    2009, refereed (2009ApJ...703.1086C)

2005

  1. THE KEPLER MISSION: A WIDE-FIELD TRANSIT SEARCH FOR TERRESTRIAL PLANETS [REVIEW ARTICLE]
    Basri, Gibor, Borucki, William J., Koch, David
    2005, refereed (2005NewAR..49..478B)

2004

  1. OVERVIEW AND STATUS OF THE KEPLER MISSION
    Koch, David G., Borucki, William, Dunham, Edward, et al.
    2004, not refereed (2004SPIE.5487.1491K)

  2. SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FOR THE KEPLER MISSION: A SEARCH FOR TERRESTRIAL PLANETS
    Duren, Riley M., Dragon, Karen, Gunter, Stephen Z., et al.
    2004, not refereed (2004SPIE.5497...16D)

  3. A MODEL FOR ESTIMATING THE NUMBER OF STARS FOR WHICH TERRESTRIAL PLANETS CAN BE DETECTED USING TRANSITS
    Koch, David
    2004, not refereed (2004IAUS..213...85K)

2003

  1. KEPLER MISSION: A MISSION TO FIND EARTH-SIZE PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David, Basri, Gibor, et al.
    2003, not refereed (2003ESASP.539...69B)

  2. DETECTING REFLECTED LIGHT FROM CLOSE-IN EXTRASOLAR GIANT PLANETS WITH THE KEPLER PHOTOMETER
    Jenkins, Jon M., Doyle, Laurance R.
    2003, refereed (2003ApJ...595..429J)

  3. THE KEPLER MISSION: A WIDE-FIELD-OF-VIEW PHOTOMETER DESIGNED TO DETERMINE THE FREQUENCY OF EARTH-SIZE PLANETS AROUND SOLAR-LIKE STARS
    Borucki, William J., Koch, David G., Lissauer, Jack J., et al.
    2003, not refereed (2003SPIE.4854..129B)

  4. THE KEPLER MISSION'S FOCAL PLANE
    Dunham, Edward W., Geary, John C., Philbrick, Robert H., et al.
    2003, not refereed (2003SPIE.4854..558D)

2002

  1. SOME TESTS TO ESTABLISH CONFIDENCE IN PLANETS DISCOVERED BY TRANSIT PHOTOMETRY
    Jenkins, Jon M., Caldwell, Douglas A., Borucki, William J.
    2002, refereed (2002ApJ...564..495J)

  2. STELLAR VARIABILITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PHOTOMETRIC PLANET DETECTION WITH KEPLER
    Batalha, N. M., Jenkins, J., Basri, G. S., et al.
    2002, not refereed (2002ESASP.485...35B)

2001

  1. THE IMPACT OF STELLAR VARIABILITY ON THE DETECTION OF TRANSITING TERRESTRIAL PLANETS
    Jenkins, J. M., Caldwell, D. A., Borucki, W. J., et al.
    2001, not refereed (2001AAS...198.8605J)

  2. THE VULCAN PHOTOMETER: A DEDICATED PHOTOMETER FOR EXTRASOLAR PLANET SEARCHES
    Borucki, William J., Caldwell, Douglas, Koch, David G., et al.
    2001, refereed (2001PASP..113..439B)

2000

  1. PROCESSING CCD IMAGES TO DETECT TRANSITS OF EARTH-SIZED PLANETS: MAXIMIZING SENSITIVITY WHILE ACHIEVING REASONABLE DOWNLINK REQUIREMENTS
    Jenkins, Jon M., Witteborn, Fred, Koch, David G., et al.
    2000, not refereed (2000SPIE.4013..520J)

1997

  1. HIGH PRECISION PHOTOMETRY WITH BACK-ILLUMINATED CCDS
    Jenkins, J. M., Borucki, W. J., Dunham, E. W., et al.
    1997, not refereed (1997ASPC..119..277J)

1996

  1. FRESIP: A MISSION TO DETERMINE THE CHARACTER AND FREQUENCY OF EXTRA-SOLAR PLANETS AROUND SOLAR-LIKE STARS
    Borucki, W. J., Dunham, E. W., Koch, D. G., et al.
    1996, refereed (1996Ap&SS.241..111B)

  2. A MATCHED FILTER METHOD FOR GROUND-BASED SUB-NOISE DETECTION OF TERRESTRIAL EXTRASOLAR PLANETS IN ECLIPSING BINARIES: APPLICATION TO CM DRACONIS
    Jenkins, Jon M., Doyle, Laurance R., Cullers, D. K.
    1996, refereed (1996Icar..119..244J)

  3. A SEARCH FOR EARTH-SIZED PLANETS IN HABITABLE ZONES USING PHOTOMETRY
    Koch, David, Borucki, William
    1996, not refereed (1996chz..conf..229K)

1985

  1. DETECTABILITY OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETARY TRANSITS
    Borucki, W. J., Scargle, J. D., Hudson, H. S.
    1985, refereed (1985ApJ...291..852B)

1984

  1. THE PHOTOMETRIC METHOD OF DETECTING OTHER PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Borucki, William J., Summers, Audrey L.
    1984, refereed (1984Icar...58..121B)