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Transits of Inclined Exomoons—Hide and Seek and an Application to Kepler-1625

15 May 2019, 16:00 UTC
Transits of Inclined Exomoons—Hide and Seek and an Application to Kepler-1625
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David V. Martin et al 2019 ApJL 875 L25
Calculations suggest that a Neptune-sized exomoon candidate in the Kepler-1625 system may only transit ~40% of the time, suggesting ~6 non-transits would be required to confidently rule out the moon’s existence.

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