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February 15, 2018 (vVersion 1.0.0) Dataset Open Access

275 Candidates and 149 Validated Planets Orbiting Bright Stars in K2 Campaigns 0-10

Andrew W. Mayo; Andrew Vanderburg; David W. Latham; Allyson Bieryla; Timothy D. Morton; Lars A. Buchhave; Courtney D. Dressing; Charles Beichman; Perry Berlind; Michael L. Calkins; David R. Ciardi; Ian J. M. Crossfield; Gilbert A. Esquerdo; Mark E. Everett; Erica J. Gonzales; Lea A. Hirsch; Elliott P. Horch; Andrew W. Howard; Steve B. Howell; John Livingston; Rahul Patel; Erik A. Petigura; Joshua E. Schlieder; Nicholas J. Scott; Clea F. Schumer; Evan Sinukoff; Johanna Teske; Jennifer G. Winters

February 2, 2018 (v1) Dataset Open Access

Crystallization of USP5 Zf-UBD

Mann, Mandeep; Harding, Rachel; Ravichandran, Mani; Schapira, Matthieu; Arrowsmith, Cheryl; Edwards, Aled


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