Tzevi Mazeh: On transit duration variations in Kepler data
ExoplanetsIII Heidelberg - HeidelbergDec 14, 2020
System architectures and dynamics
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Mutually-inclined planetary companions may be identified by the torque they exert on transiting planets, inducing orbit precession that can cause change of transit duration. Systems with multiple planets and significant mutual inclinations have boosted probability of detection as a single transiting planet. So this method is biased towards highly inclined ...