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Participating Scientists

Derek Buzasi
Eureka Scientific
"Removing A Source of Planetary Detection Bias: Stellar Granulation Models for Kepler"
Matt Holman
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
"Applying the Method of Transit Timing Variations to Kepler"
David Charbonneau

Use of both the Spitzer Space Telescope during the warm phase of its mission (after its cryogen has been exhausted) and the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope to study the planets detected by Kepler. The data will also be used to confirm the planetary nature of many candidates identified by the Kepler Mission and to detect false positives.

Sara Seager
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Theoretical Interpretation of Kepler Exoplanet Albedos and Reflected Light Curves"
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SETI Institute
"Detection of Extrasolar Planets Around Eclipsing Binaries in the Kepler Field" & "Kepler at Home"
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"Detecting Additional Planets in Transiting Systems Using Transit Timing Variations"
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University of Florida
"Characterizing the Orbital Eccentricities of Earth-like Planets with Kepler"
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San Diego State University
"Detailed Modelling of Extrasolar Planet Transit Observations"
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UC Santa Cruz
"Giant Planet Science from the Kepler Mission"