The Exoplanet Content of the Keck Observatory Archive (KOA)

This week, I have been attending the “Exoclipse 2017: Exploring New Worlds In the Shade” conference at Boise State University, splendidly organized by Brian Jackson. From the project website, the meeting’s goals are to discuss “…  discovery strategies, nascent population statistics, formation mechanisms, the planetary initial mass function, and connections to other populations of planets in short and moderate periods.”

I presented this poster on the exoplanet content in the Keck Observatory Archive (KOA)’s data holdings. The archive curates data from all Keck instruments, over the operating lifetime of the Observatory, The data discussed in the poster are freely available for download and analysis. Discover your own planet!

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