STRESS STEREO TRansiting Exoplanet and Stellar Survey

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STRESS STEREO TRansiting Exoplanet and Stellar Survey. / Sangaralingam, Vinothini; Stevens, Ian; Spreckley, S; Debosscher, J.

2010. 434-439 Paper presented at Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, .

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Sangaralingam, V, Stevens, I, Spreckley, S & Debosscher, J 2010, 'STRESS STEREO TRansiting Exoplanet and Stellar Survey', Paper presented at Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 1/01/10 pp. 434-439. https://doi.org/10.1017/S174392130999305X

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Sangaralingam, V., Stevens, I., Spreckley, S., & Debosscher, J. (2010). STRESS STEREO TRansiting Exoplanet and Stellar Survey. 434-439. Paper presented at Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, . https://doi.org/10.1017/S174392130999305X

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Sangaralingam V, Stevens I, Spreckley S, Debosscher J. STRESS STEREO TRansiting Exoplanet and Stellar Survey. 2010. Paper presented at Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, . https://doi.org/10.1017/S174392130999305X

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Sangaralingam, Vinothini ; Stevens, Ian ; Spreckley, S ; Debosscher, J. / STRESS STEREO TRansiting Exoplanet and Stellar Survey. Paper presented at Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, .6 p.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The Heliospheric Imager (HI) instruments on board the two STEREO (Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory) spacecraft provides an excellent opportunity for space based stellar photometry. The HI instruments provide a wide area coverage (20° × 20° for the two HI-1 instruments and 70° × 70° for the two HI-2 instruments) and long continuous periods of observations (20 days and 70 days respectively). Using HI-1A which has a pass band of 6500{\AA} to 7500{\AA} and a cadence of 40 minutes, we have gathered photometric information for more than a million stars brighter than 12th magnitude for a period of two years. Here we present some early results from this study on a range of variable stars and the future prospects for the data.",
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