NOTE: Most of the High Level Science Products are unavailable while
unscheduled maintenance is being performed. They will be incrementally
restored over the course of this week. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We would like to thank the Kepler project, especially Jessie Dotson
and Natalie Batalha, for providing the information needed to
create the MAST Kepler web site and search interfaces, and
Susan Thompson and Martin Still who have contributed to ongoing
updates to the web site.
MAST wishes to thank the following people and groups
for contributing data for the Kepler
Enhanced Target Search interface:
The United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) project which is operated by the Joint
Astronomy Centre on behalf of the Science and Technology Facilities Council of the
U.K; the Cambridge Astronomical
Survey units at the University of Cambridge for reducing the data;
the Wide Field Astronomy Unit at the University of Edinburgh for making
the data available as a readily accessible archive;
and Phil Lucas from the Centre for Astrophysics
Research, University of Hertfordshire
for observing and supplying the UKIRT Catalog of J magnitudes in
the Kepler field of view.
Drs. Danny Steeghs and Sandra Greiss of the University of Warwick
for their preprint and numerous explanations and magnitude correlation
figures beyond those presented in their paper.
Drs. Mark Everett, Steve Howell, and Karen Kinemuchi of NOAO, Steve Howell
(of the Kepler project and NOAO), and Karen Kinemuchi (Bay Environment
Research Institute) for the delivery of their catalog to MAST, sending us
their preprint, and numerous discussions on their flags and helping in the
construction of our own data quality control flag for these data, and going
over our Enhanced Target Search page as beta users.
The GALEX project, and particularly the observations planner, Dr. Karl
Forster, for planning GALEX observations in the Kepler field and Ms.
Min Hubbard, for delivering them to MAST promptly such that they
could be made available for the Kepler GO Cycle 4 program.
Comments about the Kepler archive or MAST interface should
be sent to