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Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364

Title
Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364
Funding
ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award
Contract (GA) number
DE140101364
Start Date
2014/01/01
End Date
2016/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
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More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DE140101364

 

  • Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler. VII. The First Fully Uniform Catalog Based on The Entire 48 Month Dataset (Q1-Q17 DR24)

    Coughlin, Jeffrey L.; Mullally, F.; Thompson, Susan E.; Rowe, Jason F.; Burke, Christopher J.; Latham, David W.; Batalha, Natalie M.; Ofir, Aviv; Quarles, Billy L.; Henze, Christopher E.; Wolfgang, Angie; Caldwell, Douglas A.; Bryson, Stephen T.; Shporer, Avi; Catanzarite, Joseph;... (2015)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    We present the seventh Kepler planet candidate catalog, which is the first to be based on the entire, uniformly processed, 48 month Kepler dataset. This is the first fully automated catalog, employing robotic vetting procedures to uniformly evaluate every periodic signal detected by the Q1-Q17 Data Release 24 (DR24) Kepler pipeline. While we prioritize uniform vetting over the absolute correctness of individual objects, we find that our robotic vetting is overall comparable to, and in most ca...

    Stellar population synthesis based modelling of the Milky Way using asteroseismology of dwarfs and subgiants from Kepler

    Sharma, Sanjib; Stello, Dennis; Huber, Daniel; Bland-Hawthorn, Joss; Bedding, Timothy R. (2017)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    Early attempts to apply asteroseismology to study the Galaxy have already shown unexpected discrepancies for the mass distribution of stars between the Galactic models and the data; a result that is still unexplained. Here, we revisit the analysis of the asteroseismic sample of dwarf and subgiant stars observed by Kepler and investigate in detail the possible causes for the reported discrepancy. We investigate two models of the Milky Way based on stellar population synthesis, Galaxia and TRIL...

    Stellar population synthesis based modelling of the Milky Way using asteroseismology of 13000 Kepler red giants

    Sharma, Sanjib; Stello, Dennis; Bland-Hawthorn, Joss; Huber, Daniel; Bedding, Timothy R. (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    With current space-based missions it is now possible to obtain age-sensitive asteroseismic information for tens of thousands of red giants. This provides a promising opportunity to study the Galactic structure and evolution. We use asteroseismic data of red giants, observed by Kepler, to test the current theoretical framework of modelling the Galaxy based on population synthesis modeling and the use of asteroseismic scaling relations for giants. We use the open source code Galaxia to model th...

    On the Stellar Companion to the Exoplanet Hosting Star 30 Arietis B

    Kane, Stephen R.; Barclay, Thomas; Hartmann, Michael; Hatzes, Artie P.; Jensen, Eric L. N.; Ciardi, David R.; Huber, Daniel; Wright, Jason T.; Quintana, Elisa V. (2015)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    A crucial aspect of understanding planet formation is determining the binarity of the host stars. Results from radial velocity surveys and the follow-up of Kepler exoplanet candidates have demonstrated that stellar binarity certainly does not exclude the presence of planets in stable orbits and the configuration may in fact be relatively common. Here we present new results for the 30 Arietis system which confirms that the B component hosts both planetary and stellar companions. Keck AO imagin...

    Photometry of Very Bright Stars with Kepler and K2 Smear Data

    Pope, Benjamin; White, Timothy; Huber, Daniel; Murphy, Simon; Bedding, Tim; Caldwell, Douglas; Sarai, Aleksa; Aigrain, Suzanne; Barclay, Thomas (2015)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    High-precision time series photometry with the Kepler satellite has been crucial to our understanding both of exoplanets, and via asteroseismology, of stellar physics. After the failure of two reaction wheels, the Kepler satellite has been repurposed as Kepler-2 (K2), observing fields close to the ecliptic plane. As these fields contain many more bright stars than the original Kepler field, K2 provides an unprecedented opportunity to study nearby objects amenable to detailed follow-up with gr...

    Asteroseismology of 1523 misclassified red giants using Kepler data

    Yu, Jie; Huber, Daniel; Bedding, Timothy R.; Stello, Dennis; Murphy, Simon J.; Xiang, Maosheng; Bi, Shaolan; Li, Tanda (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    We analysed solar-like oscillations in 1523 $\textit{Kepler}$ red giants which have previously been misclassified as subgiants, with predicted $\nu_{\rm max}$ values (based on the Kepler Input Catalogue) between 280$\mu$Hz to 700$\mu$Hz. We report the discovery of 626 new oscillating red giants in our sample, in addition to 897 oscillators that were previously characterized by Hekker et al. (2011) from one quarter of $\textit{Kepler}$ data. Our sample increases the known number of oscillating...

    The asteroseismic potential of TESS: exoplanet-host stars

    Campante, T. L.; Schofield, M.; Kuszlewicz, J. S.; Bouma, L.; Chaplin, W. J.; Huber, D.; Christensen-Dalsgaard, J.; Kjeldsen, H.; Bossini, D.; North, T. S. H.; Appourchaux, T.; Latham, D. W.; Pepper, J.; Ricker, G. R.; Stassun, K. G.;... (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    New insights on stellar evolution and stellar interiors physics are being made possible by asteroseismology. Throughout the course of the Kepler mission, asteroseismology has also played an important role in the characterization of exoplanet-host stars and their planetary systems. The upcoming NASA Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) will be performing a near all-sky survey for planets that transit bright nearby stars. In addition, its excellent photometric precision, combined with i...

    The K2 Ecliptic Plane Input Catalog (EPIC) and Stellar Classifications of 138,600 Targets in Campaigns 1-8

    Huber, Daniel; Bryson, Stephen T.; Haas, Michael R.; Barclay, Thomas; Barentsen, Geert; Howell, Steve B.; Sharma, Sanjib; Stello, Dennis; Thompson, Susan E. (2015)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    The K2 Mission uses the Kepler spacecraft to obtain high-precision photometry over ~80 day campaigns in the ecliptic plane. The Ecliptic Plane Input Catalog (EPIC) provides coordinates, photometry and kinematics based on a federation of all-sky catalogs to support target selection and target management for the K2 mission. We describe the construction of the EPIC, as well as modifications and shortcomings of the catalog. Kepler magnitudes (Kp) are shown to be accurate to ~0.1 mag for the Keple...

    Precision Stellar Astrophysics in the Kepler Era

    The study of fundamental properties (such as temperatures, radii, masses, and ages) and interior processes (such as convection and angular momentum transport) of stars has implications on various topics in astrophysics, ranging from the evolution of galaxies to understanding exoplanets. In this contribution I will review the basic principles of two key observational methods for constraining fundamental and interior properties of single field stars: the study stellar oscillations (asteroseismo...

    Terrestrial Planet Occurrence Rates for the Kepler GK Dwarf Sample

    Burke, Christopher J.; Christiansen, Jessie L.; Mullally, F.; Seader, Shawn; Huber, Daniel; Rowe, Jason F.; Coughlin, Jeffrey L.; Thompson, Susan E.; Catanzarite, Joseph; Clarke, Bruce D.; Morton, Timothy D.; Caldwell, Douglas A.; Bryson, Stephen T.; Haas, Michael R.; Batalha, Natalie M.;... (2015)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - Grant ID: DE140101364 (DE140101364)
    We measure planet occurrence rates using the planet candidates discovered by the Q1-Q16 Kepler pipeline search. This study examines planet occurrence rates for the Kepler GK dwarf target sample for planet radii, 0.75 ⩽ R_p ⩽ 2.5 R⊕, and orbital periods, 50 ⩽ P_(orb) ⩽ 300 days, with an emphasis on a thorough exploration and identification of the most important sources of systematic uncertainties. Integrating over this parameter space, we measure an occurrence rate of F_0 = 0.77 planets per st...
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