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J/AJ/154/105
  Parameters of 529 Kepler eclipsing binaries (Kjurkchieva+, 2017)
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1.J/AJ/154/105/targets(c)Information (table1), and stellar and orbital parameters (table2) of the targets from the eclipsing binary catalog (Note) (529 rows)
2.J/AJ/154/105/table3Comparison with orbital parameters of Helminiak et al. (2016MNRAS.461.2896H) (3 rows)
3.J/AJ/154/105/table4Comparison with orbital parameters of Borkovits et al. (2015MNRAS.448..946B) (21 rows)
4.J/AJ/154/105/table5Orbital parameters of eclipsing binary stars with transiting circumbinary planet (9 rows)

 
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Column  Constraint Explain   (UCD)
  (ALL)recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
   (ALL)KIC   [1026032/12644769] Kepler Input Catalog identifier (meta.id;meta.main)
  (1)Per d [1.2/1087.3] Period (time.period)
  (1)T0 d [5487.3/55733.8] Initial epoch T0 (BJD-2400000) (time.epoch)
  (1)Kpmag mag [7.3/18.4] Kepler magnitude (Km) (phot.mag;em.opt)
  (1)Teff K (n) [3717/9224] Target effective temperature (Teff) (phys.temperature.effective)
  (1)f_Teff (char) [B] Flag on Teff (B=Binary with unknown Teff) (meta.code)
  (1)w1   [0/0.6] First eclipse width, in phase units (w1) (src.var.amplitude)
  (1)f_w1 (char) [1] Flag on w1 (1=value derived first by us) (meta.code)
  (1)w2   [0/0.19] Second eclipse width, in phase units (w2) (src.var.amplitude)
  (1)f_w2 (char) [1] Flag on w2 (1=value derived first by us) (meta.code)

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  (1)d1   [0/1] First eclipse depth, in relative flux units (d1) (phot.mag;stat.min)
  (1)f_d1 (char) [1] Flag on d1 (1=value derived first by us) (meta.code)
  (1)d2   [0/0.42] Second eclipse depth, in relative flux units (d2) (phot.mag;stat.min)
  (1)f_d2 (char) [1] Flag on d2 (1=value derived first by us) (meta.code)
  (1)Phase2   [0.03/0.96] Secondary eclipse phase (φ2) (Note 1)   (time.phase)
  (1)f_Phase2 (char) [1] Flag on Phase2 (1=value derived first by us) (meta.code)
  (1)Teff1 K [3717/9224] Effective temperature of primary (T1) (Note 2)   (phys.temperature.effective)
  (1)f_Teff1 (char) [B] Flag on Teff1 (B=Binary with unknown Teff) (Note 3)   (meta.code)
  (1)Teff2 K [2039/7805] Effective temperature of secondary (T2) (Note 4)   (phys.temperature.effective)
  (1)q   [0.18/1.4] Mass ratio (Note 4)   (phys.mass)
  (1)r1   [0/0.96] Stellar radii of primary in relative units (r1) (Note 4)   (phys.size.radius;arith.ratio)
  (1)r2   [0/0.91] Stellar radii of secondary in relative units (r2) (Note 4)   (phys.size.radius;arith.ratio)
   (ALL)e   [0.001/0.85] Orbital eccentricity (Note 4)   (src.orbital.eccentricity)

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   (ALL)omega deg Periastron angle ω (Note 4)   (src.orbital.periastron)
  (1)H16 (char) indicates comparison with orbital parameters of Helminiak et al. 2016MNRAS.461.2896H (table3) (meta.ref.url)
  (1)Ter  (n)Indicates eclipsing detached binary star that also contains tertiary companion (table4) (meta.number)
  (1)Pl  (n)Indicates eclipsing binary star with transiting circumbinary planet (table5) (meta.number)
  (1)EB (char) Display the data from the Kepler eclipsing binary catalog (Slawson et al. 2011, Cat. J/AJ/142/160) (meta.ref.url)
  (1)Simbad (char) ask the Simbad data-base about this object (meta.ref.url)
  (1)_RA deg (i) Position from Kepler Input Catalog (KIC; Kepler Mission Team 2009, Cat. V/133) (right ascension part) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  (1)_DE deg (i) Position from Kepler Input Catalog (KIC; Kepler Mission Team 2009, Cat. V/133) (declination part) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  (2)eH   [0.034/0.26] Orbital eccentricity, Helminiak et al. 2016MNRAS.461.2896H (eH) (src.orbital.eccentricity)
  (2)omegaH deg [213/350.5] Periastron angle, Helminiak et al. 2016MNRAS.461.2896HH) (src.orbital.periastron)
  (3)eB   [0.001/0.42] Orbital eccentricity, Borkovits et al. 2015MNRAS.448..946B (eB) (src.orbital.eccentricity)
  (3)omB0 deg [106/359] Lower value of periastron angle range, Borkovits et al. 2015MNRAS.448..946BB) (src.orbital.periastron)
  (3)omB1 deg (n) [108/457] Upper value of periastron angle range, Borkovits et al. 2015MNRAS.448..946BB) (src.orbital.periastron)

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  (4)Kepler (char) Kepler name, star with transiting circumbinary planet(s) (meta.id)
  (4)eP   [0.02/0.53] Previous orbital eccentricity (epr) (src.orbital.eccentricity)
  (4)omegaP deg [89.1/300.9] Previous periastron angle (ωpr) (src.orbital.periastron)
  (4)Ref (char) Reference for previous eccentricity & periastron angle (meta.ref;pos.frame)

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