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Data files for “Evidence for a Large Exomoon Orbiting Kepler-1625b” by Teachey & Kipping (2018)

Teachey, Alexander Macaulay; Kipping, David M.

Hubble WFC3 observations of Kepler-1625 taken in October 2017 were reported in Teachey & Kipping (2018). In that work, we the authors find evidence for an exomoon associated with the planetary transit of Kepler-1625b. We here provide the processed frame images, light curves, centroid time series, stellar isochrones and model posteriors/results data used in our study. Each folder contains a short readme file aimed at professional astronomers familiar with these types of analyses.

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Astronomy
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October 3, 2018
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