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J/AJ/156/78
  44 validated planets from K2 Campaign 10 (Livingston+, 2018)
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1.J/AJ/156/78/table6Stellar parameters (63 rows)
2.J/AJ/156/78/table1Candidate planets detected in K2 C10 (72 rows)
3.J/AJ/156/78/table4*Validated planets with predicted Doppler semi-amplitudes greater than 1 m/s orbiting stars brighter than Kp=12 mag (Note) (16 rows)
4.J/AJ/156/78/table5Planet and candidate parameters (72 rows)
5.J/AJ/156/78/vespaIndividual false positive scenario likelihoods computed by vespa (table 7) and additional constraints to vespa (table 8) (72 rows)
6.J/AJ/156/78/table9WIYN/NESSI data sets used in this work (120 rows)
7.J/AJ/156/78/table11Predicted atmospheric characteristics (72 rows)
8.J/AJ/156/78/table12Comparison of parameters between K2 pipelines (72 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)EPIC (char) (i) EPIC identifier (EPIC NNNNNNNNN) (meta.id;meta.main)
  (1)more (char) indicates data in Tables 1 & 9 for this star (meta.ref.url)
  (1)Pl (char) Display planet(s) data for this star (meta.ref.url)
  (1)Teff K [3459/8003] Effective temperature (phys.temperature.effective)
  (1)e_Teff K [19/454] Lower limit uncertainty in Teff (stat.error;stat.min)
  (1)E_Teff K [19/452] Upper limit uncertainty in Teff (stat.error;stat.max)
  (1)logg [cm/s2] [3.32/4.89] Surface gravity (in cgs units) (phys.gravity)
  (1)e_logg [cm/s2] [0.01/0.12] Lower limit uncertainty in logg (stat.error;stat.min)
  (1)E_logg [cm/s2] [0/0.13] Upper limit uncertainty in logg (stat.error;stat.max)
  (1)[Fe/H] [-] [-0.45/0.38] Metallicity (in dex) (phys.abund.Z)

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  (1)e_[Fe/H] [-] [0.01/0.23] Lower limit uncertainty in [Fe/H] (stat.error;stat.min)
  (1)E_[Fe/H] [-] [0.01/0.23] Upper limit uncertainty in [Fe/H] (stat.error;stat.max)
  (1)Mass Msun [0.38/1.87] Stellar mass (phys.mass)
  (1)e_Mass Msun [0.01/0.14] Lower limit uncertainty in Mass (stat.error;stat.min)
  (1)E_Mass Msun [0.01/0.11] Upper limit uncertainty in Mass (stat.error;stat.max)
  (1)Rad Rsun [0.37/3.96] Stellar radius (phys.size.radius)
  (1)e_Rad Rsun [0.01/0.16] Lower limit uncertainty in Rad (stat.error;stat.min)
  (1)E_Rad Rsun [0.01/0.16] Upper limit uncertainty in Rad (stat.error;stat.max)
  (1)Dist pc [64.1/1405.4] Distance (pos.distance;pos.heliocentric)
  (1)e_Dist pc [0.3/82.3] Lower limit uncertainty in Dist (stat.error;stat.min)
  (1)E_Dist pc [0.3/102] Upper limit uncertainty in Dist (stat.error;stat.max)
  (1)vsini km/s (n) [1.8/12.9] Rotational velocity (phys.veloc.rotat)
  (1)e_vsini km/s (n) [0.12/0.6] Lower limit uncertainty in vsini (Note 1)   (stat.error;stat.min)

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  (1)E_vsini km/s (n) [0.12/0.6] Upper limit uncertainty in vsini (Note 1)   (stat.error;stat.max)
  (1)Ref (char) Source of the spectroscopic parameters used as priors in our analysis (see Section 4.4) (meta.bib)
  (1)Bibcode (char) Bibcode of the reference (meta.bib.bibcode)
  (2+3)Kpmag mag [9.2/15.6] Kepler magnitude (phot.mag;em.opt)
  (2+3+4+8)Porb d [0.369/37.209] Orbital period (time.period)
  (2+4)T0 d [2749.6/2776.76] Mid-transit time (BKJD) (time.epoch)
  (2)T14 h [0.8/12.4] Duration of transit (1st to 4th contact) (time.duration)
  (2)Depth   [0.0001/0.05928] Transit depth (src.var.amplitude)
  (2)SDE   [6.6/16.3] Signal detection efficiency (stat.param)
  (2+3)Prot d (n) [7.2/39] Rotational period (time.period)
  (2+3)e_Prot d (n) [1.1/11] Lower limit uncertainty in Prot (stat.error;stat.min)
  (2+3)E_Prot d (n) [1.1/11] Upper limit uncertainty in Prot (stat.error;stat.max)
  (3+4)Kpred m/s [1.2/5.7] Predicted Doppler semi-amplitude (phys.veloc;src.orbital)

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  (3+4)e_Kpred m/s [0.4/2.2] Lower limit uncertainty in Kpred (stat.error;stat.min)
  (3+4)E_Kpred m/s [0.5/2.3] Upper limit uncertainty in Kpred (stat.error;stat.max)
  (3+4)Rp Rgeo [1.14/4.34] Planet radius (phys.size.radius)
  (4)Name (char) Planet name (meta.id)
  (4)Star (char) Display host star data for this planet (meta.ref.url)
  (4+8)e_Porb d [1e-05/0.03161] Lower limit uncertainty in Porb (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4+8)E_Porb d [1e-05/0.0266] Upper limit uncertainty in Porb (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4)e_T0 d [0.0002/0.0467] Lower limit uncertainty in T0 (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4)E_T0 d [0.0002/0.055] Upper limit uncertainty in T0 (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4)a1/R*   [2.6/65.6] Scaled orbital distance (phys.size;arith.ratio)
  (4)e_a1/R*   [0.3/17.2] Lower limit uncertainty in a1/R* (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4)E_a1/R*   [0.1/11.6] Upper limit uncertainty in a1/R* (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4+8)b   [0.12/0.76] Impact parameter (b=acosi/R*) (src.impactParam)

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  (4+8)e_b   [0.01/0.34] Lower limit uncertainty in b (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4+8)E_b   [0.01/0.36] Upper limit uncertainty in b (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4+8)Rp/R*   [0.0083/0.1892] Planet-to-star radius ratio (phys.size;arith.ratio)
  (4+8)e_Rp/R*   [0.0004/0.0062] Lower limit uncertainty in Rp/R* (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4+8)E_Rp/R*   [0.0006/0.0057] Upper limit uncertainty in Rp/R* (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4)a2 AU [0.0095/0.2095] Scaled orbital distance (pos.distance;src.orbital)
  (4)e_a2 AU [4e-05/0.0047] Lower limit uncertainty in a2 (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4)E_a2 AU [5e-05/0.0045] Upper limit uncertainty in a2 (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4)e_Rp Rgeo [0.03/1.53] Lower limit uncertainty in Rp (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4)E_Rp Rgeo [0.06/1.55] Upper limit uncertainty in Rp (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4)Teq K [337/2336] Planet equilibrium temperature (phys.temperature)
  (4)e_Teq K [3/106] Lower limit uncertainty in Teq (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4)E_Teq K [3/109] Upper limit uncertainty in Teq (stat.error;stat.max)

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  (4)Mp Mgeo [0.7/184.3] Mass predicted (Note 1)   (phys.mass)
  (4)e_Mp Mgeo [0.4/79.4] Lower limit uncertainty in Mp (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4)E_Mp Mgeo [0.5/148.7] Upper limit uncertainty in Mp (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4)l_rho* (char) [<] Limit flag on rho* (meta.code.error)
  (4)rho* Sun [0.05/10.8] Density of the host star ρ*,LC (src.density)
  (4)e_rho* Sun (n) [0/6.5] Lower limit uncertainty in rho* (stat.error;stat.min)
  (4)E_rho* Sun (n) [0/6.9] Upper limit uncertainty in rho* (stat.error;stat.max)
  (4+5)FPP   [1e-14/0.6] False Positive Probability (stat.fit.goodness)
  (4)Disp (char) Disposition (Note 2)   (src.class)
  (5)L-beb   [0/0.0006] Likelihood that the signal is due to a background eclipsing binary, at the measured period (stat.likelihood)
  (5)L-beb-Px2   [0/0.0014] Likelihood that the signal is due to a background eclipsing binary, at twice the measured period (stat.likelihood)
  (5)L-eb (char) [9.4e-114/0.0029] Likelihood that the signal is due to an eclipsing binary, at the measured period (stat.likelihood)
  (5)L-eb-Px2   [1.4e-16/0.00039] Likelihood that the signal is due to an eclipsing binary, at twice the measured period (stat.likelihood)

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  (5)L-heb (char) [7.7e-224/1.9e-05] Likelihood that the signal is due to a hierarchical star system with an eclipsing component, at the measured period (stat.likelihood)
  (5)L-heb-Px2 (char) [1.4e-102/1e-05] Likelihood that the signal is due to a hierarchical star system with an eclipsing component, at twice the measured period (stat.likelihood)
  (5)L-pl   [0.00017/7.5] Likelihood that the signal is due to a planet (stat.likelihood)
  (5)MaxRad arcsec [6.4/32.6] Maximum radius (the angular size of the photometric aperture) (phys.angSize;src)
  (5)Thresh   [1e-05/0.003] Secondary eclipse threshold (the maximum secondary eclipse depth allowed by the light curve) (phot.mag;stat.min)
  (6)Wave nm [562/832] Center wavelength of filter used (instr.filter;em.wl.central)
  (6)Width nm [40/44] Width of filter used (obs.param)
  (6)Date "Y:M:D" (n)Observation date (time.epoch;obs)
  (7)g   [0.26/2.12] Planet surface gravity, expressed in units of Earth surface gravity (g) (phys.gravity)
  (7)H km [96/1918] Atmospheric scale height (phys.size)
  (7)deltaTS ppm [26/2885] Expected amplitude of atmospheric spectral features δTS (src.var.amplitude)
  (8)DeltaP   [0/5.9] Difference in Porb, ΔP (in σ units) (obs.param;arith.diff)
  (8)DeltaRp   [0/5.3] Difference in Rp/R*, ΔRp (in σ units) (obs.param;arith.diff)

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  (8)Deltab   [0/1.2] Difference in b, Δb (in σ units) (obs.param;arith.diff)
  (8)a/R*   [2.9/68.6] Scaled orbital distance (phys.size;arith.ratio)
  (8)e_a/R*   [0.4/26.9] Lower limit uncertainty in a/R* (stat.error;stat.min)
  (8)E_a/R*   [0.2/48.6] Upper limit uncertainty in a/R* (stat.error;stat.max)
  (8)Deltaa   [0/1.4] Difference in a/R*, Δa (in σ units) (obs.param;arith.diff)

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