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J/A+A/602/A117      Periods of 2290 CoRoT binaries            (Klagyivik+, 2017)

Limits to the presence of transiting circumbinary planets in CoRoT data. Klagyivik P., Deeg H.J., Cabrera J., Csizmadia Sz., Almenara J.M. <Astron. Astrophys. 602, A117 (2017)> =2017A&A...602A.117K (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Binaries, eclipsing ; Stars, double and multiple ; Planets Keywords: planets and satellites: detection - techniques: photometric - binaries: eclipsing Abstract: The CoRoT mission during its flight-phase 2007-2012 delivered the light-curves for over 2000 eclipsing binaries. Data from the Kepler mission have proven the existence of several transiting circumbinary planets. Albeit light-curves from CoRoT have typically lower precision and shorter coverage, CoRoT's number of targets is similar to Kepler, and some of the known circumbinary planets could potentially be detected in CoRoT data as well. The aim of this work has been a revision of the entire CoRoT data-set for the presence of circumbinary planets, and the derivation of limits to the abundances of such planets. We developed a code which removes the light curve of the eclipsing binaries and searches for quasi-periodic transit-like features in a light curve after removal of binary eclipses and instrumental features. The code needs little information on the sample systems and can be used for other space missions as well, like Kepler, K2, TESS and PLATO. The code is broad in the requirements leading to detections, but was tuned to deliver an amount of detections that is manageable in a subsequent, mainly visual, revision about their nature. In the CoRoT sample we identified three planet candidates whose transits would have arisen from a single pass across the central binary. No candidates remained however with transit events from multiple planetary orbits. We calculated the upper limits for the number of Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune sized planets in co-planar orbits for different orbital period ranges. We found that there are much less giant planets in short-periodic orbits around close binary systems than around single stars. Description: Orbital period of 2290 CoRoT eclipsing binary systems. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 20 2290 CoRoT-ID and orbital period of CoRoT binaries
See also: B/corot : CoRoT observation log (N2-4.4) (CoRoT 2016) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 9 I9 --- CoRoT-ID CoRoT-ID of the eclipsing binary 11- 20 F10.6 d Per Orbital period of the eclipsing binary
Acknowledgements: Peter Klagyivik, pklagyi(at)gmail.com
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 31-Mar-2017
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