ETD - Exoplanet Transit Database
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ETD is here to suply quickly and easily the list of all ever observed transits of transiting exoplanets to observers and researchers.
Our database administrators are periodically checking for new transits - both in literature and in on-line internet sources. Each transit is stored with complete citations, link to the paper / on-line source URL.
For each exoplanet, there is available graphical output of relations:
- transit TIMINGS vs. EPOCH
- transit DURATION vs. EPOCH
- transit DEPTH vs. EPOCH
- list of available transits.
Data quality is rated for each observation and the DQ index is taken into account
while plotting graphs.
Tools for observers :
- Observers can plot their own observations in diagrams.
- Model-fitting of transit observation and finding out parameters HJDmid, Depth, Duration.
- Global transit predictions.
Credit & Contact
How to cite data from ETD in your scientific paper
All data available at this site were obtained from published literature or from open on-line sources (TRESCA, AXA)
and can be used freely for scientific purposes.
While using data from Exoplanet Transit Database in your publication, please type the REFERENCE as follows:
- If transit observation was captured from published literature / paper, you can find reference in column "Author & REFERENCE", so
the source paper should be cited in common way.
- If transit observation was published in some on-line source (AXA, TRESCA), ask observers for a permission and other useful
comments about the data. We can supply you with e-mail contact to observer if necessary.