ETD - Exoplanet Transit Database
NEW April 2019
TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) observations consist the collection of pixel subarray data every two-minutes and summed full-frame images (FFIs) collected every thirty minutes. Over the course of a sector, ~600 FFIs are collected, and ~10,000 pixel subarrays are collected around >15,000 targets. Targets are primarily selected for their viability as exoplanet hosts.
Once received on the ground, the pixel subarrays and FFI data are sent to the Science Processing Operations Center (SPOC) at NASA/Ames for processing and exoplanet searches. The goals of data processing is the quick identification of robust planet candidates.
The most promising planet candidates will be followed up by ground telescopes. The first candidates, now called TESS Objects of Interest (TOIs), are announced for transit prediction on Exoplanet Transit Database.
LIST OF TESS CANDIDATE OBJECTS: http://var2.astro.cz/ETD/TESSPredictions.php
Type elongitude and latitude (in degrees) of your observing place.
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.
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