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NASA Ames Research Center


Discovery paper: Jason Steffen, lead author for Kepler-25, 26, 27 and 28 - Transit Timing Observations from Kepler: III. Confirmation of 4 Multiple Planet Systems by a Fourier-Domain Study of Anti-correlated Transit Timing Variations
See also Kepler news item.

Stellar Parameters

Kepler-26c Stellar Parameters
a The Kepler system number is given in parentheses (e.g., 25 means Kepler-25).
b Contamination values come from the KIC except KOI-841 which includes the effects of the non-KIC star seen in high resolution imaging.
c Quoted uncertainties do not include systematic uncertainties due to stellar models. Values with no stated uncertainties are from KIC.

System Parameters

Kepler-26c System Parameters
a BJD-2454900
b From Borucki et al. (2011)
c Updated to reflect stellar properties from Stellar Parameters listed above
d Number of transit times measured in Q0-6
e Median absolute deviation from linear ephemeris measured during Q0-6
f Based on assumption of dynamical stability and stellar mass from Stellar Parameters listed above

Light Curve

Kepler-26c Light Curve
Phase-folded lightcurve (corrected for TTVs) for Kepler-26c. The period of this planet is 17.25 days.