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Kepler-34b

See published paper: Transiting circumbinary planets Kepler-34 b and Kepler-35 b by Welsh, et al. in the journal Nature.



System Parameters for Kepler-34b
Table: A summary of system information for Kepler-34 taken from the KIC
1. A summary of system information for Kepler-34 taken from the KIC, and a summary of the planetary properties, the planetary orbit, and the stellar binary orbit determined by the photometric-dynamical model and eclipse timing analysis.
Table: Summary the stellar properties
2. Summary the stellar properties from the output of the photo- dynamical code and TODCOR analysis, and a summary of other model parameters for Kepler-34.
Light Curve
Light curves and photodynamical model for Kepler-34.
Light curves and photodynamical model for Kepler-34. Individual eclipse events for Kepler-34 (red circles) and the best-fitting photodynamical model (black line). Primary eclipses are marked with “A/B” and secondary eclipses marked with “B/A”. Planet crossings of the primary star are marked with “A/b” and planet crossings of the secondary star are marked with “B/b”. The corresponding residuals are shown in the thin panels below each eclipse plot. The large residuals seen in the primary eclipse near day 525.09 are most likely due to a spot crossing the primary during the eclipse.
Light curves for Kepler-34b
Light curves for Kepler-34b, from AAS presentation slide set.