Exoplanet Watch Results

Citizen Initiated Transit Information Survey Enabling NASA Science (CITISENS) is a fully-automated pipeline built upon the DAWGIE pipeline framework. It regularly scrapes the AAVSO Exoplanet Database, ingests any new or updated data, fits each transit timeseries with a model lightcurve, and then calculates new ephemerides and orbital periods for every target submitted to the Exoplanet Watch project. CITISENS runs weekly in early AM hours PST, and data is published the same day. Priors listed in the below table are collected from the NASA Exoplanet Archive. Feedback, concerns or bug reports? Please email exoplanetwatch@jpl.nasa.gov.

Citation and Acknowledgement

If you use any Exoplanet Watch data in your publication, you are required to include the observers of those data as co-authors on your paper. To get in touch with your anonymous observer, contact the AAVSO with their observer code.

Please also cite the paper by Zellem et al. 2020 and include the following statement in the Acknowledgements section of your paper: “This publication makes use of data products from Exoplanet Watch, a citizen science project managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory on behalf of NASA's Universe of Learning. This work is supported by NASA under award number NNX16AC65A to the Space Telescope Science Institute, in partnership with Caltech/IPAC, Center for Astrophysics|Harvard & Smithsonian, and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory."

Date Updated: 09/26/2022 at 10:11:24 (PDT)

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