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Publications

You can read more about how ExoClock works and the deliverables in our series of publications.
Our goal is to publish one data release every year, and keep the ephemerides of the Ariel candidates as fresh as possible. Our policy is that every participant that has contributed to the data release either with observations (even one!) or by supporting one of the data-collecting teams, becomes co-author.

1. A. Kokori, A. Tsiaras, B. Edwards et al. (2022).
ExoClock Project III: 450 new exoplanet ephemerides from ground and space observations.
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (accepted for publication).


2. A. Kokori, A. Tsiaras, B. Edwards et al. (2022).
ExoClock project II: A large-scale integrated study with 180 updated exoplanet ephemerides.
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (published).


3. A. Kokori, A. Tsiaras, B. Edwards et al. (2022).
ExoClock Project: An open platform for monitoring the ephemerides of Ariel targets with contributions from the public.
Experimental Astronomy (published).
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