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Data Products From TESS Data Alerts ("TESS-DATA-ALERTS")


Introduction

Description of Data Products

Data Access

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Sample TESS target pixel file stack and aperture (TIC 261136679 shown here).

Introduction

The TESS mission successfully launched on 18 April 2018 and began science operations on 25 July 2018. Observations of science Sector 1 were performed from 25 July to 22 August, during which pixel data from nearly 16,000 objects were collected at two-minute cadence. These data were sent to the Science Processing Operations Center (SPOC) at NASA Ames for calibration, reduction, cotrending, and transit detection. The potential planet signatures, in the form of Threshold Crossing Events (TCEs), were reviewed by the TESS Science Office to identify targets for imaging and spectroscopic follow-up. A total of 44 high-quality planet candidates in Sector 1 were initially selected from the two-minute cadence data for follow-up observations by the TESS Follow-Up Program (TFOP). Additional deliveries of alerts are provided as more Sectors and multi-Sector searches are conducted by the team. In the table below, the target pixel files, extracted light curves, and data validation reports for planet candidates identified as TESS Data Alerts are made available for download.

The release notes describing these products can be downloaded via the Data Release Notes link at the top of this page. You can refer to the full collection of TESS-DATA-ALERTS data products using the DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.17909/t9-wx1n-aw08.

Description of Data Products

The target pixel files (TPFs), extracted light curves, and Data Validation (DV) files are stored as FITS or PDF files, with the following naming convention:

hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_<tid>-<s##>[-##]_tess_v1_<exten>
where:
  • <tid> = TESS Input Catalog (TIC) identifier of the host star
  • <s##> = the 2-digit, zero-padded sector number the TPF comes from
  • [-##]; = the 2-digit, zero-padded planet candidate number, only present for the dvs.pdf files
  • <exten> = "tp.fits" for the target pixel files, "lc.fits" for the extracted light curve files, "dvr.pdf" for the full report PDFs, and "dvs.pdf" for the DV summary PDFs

As an example, here are the full file names for the data products from TIC 52368076, from Sector 1, for the second planet candidate:

hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00052368076-s01-02_tess_v1_dvs.pdf
hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00052368076-s01_tess_v1_dvr.pdf
hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00052368076-s01_tess_v1_lc.fits
hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00052368076-s01_tess_v1_tp.fits

Some targets have additional data validation reports that include information from multiple sectors. In those cases, the files include multiple sector numbers in the dvr.pdf and dvs.pdf files. For example, the "dvs.pdf" files and the "dvr.pdf" file for the target TIC 51912829 that has three planet candidates and include data from both sectors 1 and 2 are named:

hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00051912829-s01s02-01_tess_v1_dvs.pdf
hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00051912829-s01s02-02_tess_v1_dvs.pdf
hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00051912829-s01s02-03_tess_v1_dvs.pdf
hlsp_tess-data-alerts_tess_phot_00051912829-s01s02_tess_v1_dvr.pdf

In addition to the TPF and DV files, a .csv table containing information on the TOI's released as part of the TESS data alerts HLSP is also included in the table below. The .csv columns are:

TIC ID, TOI ID, Disposition, RA (deg.), Dec. (deg.), TESS mag, TESS mag uncertainty, Primary Transit Epoch (T0) (BJD - 2457000.), T0 Uncertainty, Orbital Period (days), Orbital Period Uncertainty, Primary Transit Duration (hours), Primary Transit Duration Uncertainty

Note that the names of files released as part of the Data Alerts HLSP do not follow the same naming convention as TESS data products in the full public release. Except where and if noted, the Data Alerts files are produced by the TESS mission pipeline. The format and structure of those products are identical to the ones to be released in the first TESS data release.

Data Access

The data products are available for download through the table below. A bundle of all data products for all targets is available for download at the top of the table. Note that the exoplanet parameters are from the Sector 1 information when an exoplanet candidate is present in both Sector 1 and Sector 2. Rows containing data products that analyze multiple sectors of data together are highlighted in grey. Some planet candidates only have sector-combined data validation files, in those situations, the individual sector DV table cells will be empty, and the corresponding sector-combined DV files should be the primary reference for data validation information.

TOI Target Information (Download .csv File)   |   Bundle Of All Files (Download .tar.gz File ~9 GB)
TIC ID TOI ID Sector RA (deg.) Dec. (deg.) Period (days) Epoch (TJD) TP File LC File DV File Comment
2760710 227.01 2 356.527700 -16.691200 NaN 1364.102069 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf The second event is not real. single transit (no period).
9006668 238.01 2 349.231362 -18.606628 1.272419 1354.669184 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf centroid offset not significant.
9725627 239.01 2 358.408542 -10.118057 4.15701 1356.962278 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
9727392 236.01 2 358.444723 -10.884944 4.534451 1355.325711 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf 1700 ppm secondary. Likely EB.
12421862 198.01 2 2.268200 -27.122100 20.427265 1356.375417 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
12423815 234.01 2 2.568707 -26.282400 2.839249 1356.088115 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf centroid shift is not significant.
12862099 259.01 3 3.903156 -11.938108 2.423823 1386.578118 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-44
25155310 114.01 1 63.373890 -69.226789 3.288776 1327.520678 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-126
25155310 114.01 2 63.373890 -69.226789 3.288776 1327.520678 tp.fits lc.fits   WASP-126
25155310 114.01 3 63.373890 -69.226789 3.288776 1327.520678 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-126
25155310 114.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
25375553 143.01 1 328.767654 -22.612566 2.310894 1325.58249 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
29344935 109.01 1 313.215480 -25.687338 2.766737 1326.127529 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-14
29831208 124.01 1 66.582618 -67.806508 1.842906 1326.54449 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
29831208 124.01 3 66.582618 -67.806508 1.842906 1326.54449 tp.fits lc.fits  
32090583 218.01 1 58.420270 -68.739532 0.438335 1325.549828 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicates it is a M dwarf; USP
32090583 218.01 2 58.420270 -68.739532 0.438335 1325.549828 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicates it is a M dwarf; USP
32090583 218.01 3 58.420270 -68.739532 0.438335 1325.549828 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicates it is a M dwarf; USP
32090583 218.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
37749396 260.01 3 4.773193 -9.964846 13.470018 1392.294408 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf only two transits
38696105 281.01 3 66.136300 -60.129968 5.566734 1387.482051 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
38846515 106.01 1 68.959732 -64.027040 2.84938 1326.74502 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-100
38846515 106.01 2 68.959732 -64.027040 2.84938 1326.74502 tp.fits lc.fits   WASP-100
38846515 106.01 3 68.959732 -64.027040 2.84938 1326.74502 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-100
38846515 106.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
42054565 280.01 3 24.168710 -36.413670 10.175948 1393.67584 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf low SNR; possible instrument systematic; source is possibly 42054566 which is 4.24 as away
47484268 226.01 2 342.966400 -24.787500 NaN 1358.500535 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf The second event is not real. Single transit (no period).
47525799 225.01 2 343.879737 -24.409619 NaN 1355.118503 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf single transit (no period); centroid information is hard to interpret
49687222 254.01 2 351.705496 -11.725416 20.186539 1360.073308 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf The transit shape looks asymmetric but it is not near known systematics; recommend to confirm signal on target before follow up.
51912829 180.01 1 14.298400 -67.496272 0.835398 1325.897913 tp.fits lc.fits   strong secondary; still possible planet
51912829 180.01 2 14.298400 -67.496272 0.835398 1325.897913 tp.fits lc.fits   strong secondary; still possible planet
51912829 180.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
52204645 209.01 1 19.394306 -66.902497 4.379757 1325.883984 tp.fits lc.fits   The signal is likely on target; the centroid offset seen in SPOC report is likely caused by the nearby giant 9th mag star;which has a peak in periodogram at 8.60 days; and causes the second bright spot seen in difference image
52204645 209.01 2 19.394306 -66.902497 4.379757 1325.883984 tp.fits lc.fits   The signal is likely on target; the centroid offset seen in SPOC report is likely caused by the nearby giant 9th mag star;which has a peak in periodogram at 8.60 days; and causes the second bright spot seen in difference image
52204645 209.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
52368076 125.01 1 23.594697 -66.675830 4.653811 1327.432906 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
52368076 125.01 2 23.594697 -66.675830 4.653811 1327.432906 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
52368076 125.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
52368076 125.02 1 23.594697 -66.675830 9.150607 1334.45669 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf second planet
52368076 125.02 2 23.594697 -66.675830 9.150607 1334.45669 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf second planet
52368076 125.02 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
52368076 125.03 1 23.594697 -66.675830 19.981866 1342.851835 tp.fits lc.fits   period is likely correct but possibly two independent single transits
52368076 125.03 2 23.594697 -66.675830 19.981866 1342.851835 tp.fits lc.fits   period is likely correct but possibly two independent single transits
52368076 125.03 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
55650590 206.01 1 73.737190 -62.522369 0.736283 1325.542781 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicates it is a M dwarf
55650590 206.01 2 73.737190 -62.522369 0.736283 1325.542781 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicates it is a M dwarf
55650590 206.01 3 73.737190 -62.522369 0.736283 1325.542781 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicates it is a M dwarf
55650590 206.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
55652896 216.01 1 73.980231 -63.260063 17.099142 1325.335632 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; followup in progress; another warm Jupiter in the system
55652896 216.01 2 73.980231 -63.260063 17.099142 1325.335632 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; followup in progress; another warm Jupiter in the system
55652896 216.01 3 73.980231 -63.260063 17.099142 1325.335632 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; followup in progress; another warm Jupiter in the system
55652896 216.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
55652896 216.02 1 73.980231 -63.260063 34.539342 1331.28513 tp.fits lc.fits   warm Jupiter
55652896 216.02 2 73.980231 -63.260063 34.539342 1331.28513 tp.fits lc.fits   warm Jupiter
55652896 216.02 3 73.980231 -63.260063 34.539342 1331.28513 tp.fits lc.fits   warm Jupiter
55652896 216.02 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
62483237 139.01 1 336.402307 -34.909623 11.058421 1334.896388 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
63898957 261.01 3 15.217632 -24.423907 3.361391 1387.285571 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf ambiguous period
63898957 261.02 3 15.217632 -24.423907 13.039359 1389.727185 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf ambiguous period; many transits; need photometry to constrain period
70440470 126.01 1 339.489337 -35.153982 3.035381 1326.731043 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
70513361 262.01 3 32.533514 -31.069860 11.146909 1389.839926 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf ambiguous period
70797900 224.01 2 1.977400 -29.979000 NaN 1365.843681 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf V-shaped; single transit; likely EB.
76923707 181.01 2 352.171955 -34.491371 4.532037 1358.118127 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
76989773 182.01 2 353.294594 -35.463618 1.769141 1355.082723 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf v-shaped; two stars in PSF
77031414 241.01 2 354.168219 -34.611234 1.386653 1355.195771 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf target could also be 77031413.
77044471 228.01 2 358.558713 -30.012999 2.686063 1356.102509 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-16
89020549 132.01 1 338.399420 -43.436628 2.109307 1326.903983 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Possible centroid shift toward faint star to the SE
92226327 256.01 3 11.247108 -15.271294 24.73712 1389.285282 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf LHS-1140b
92226327 256.02 3 11.247108 -15.271294 3.778378 1389.293276 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf LHS-1140c
92352620 107.01 1 313.783108 -34.135572 3.950054 1328.29934 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-94A (planet host)
97409519 113.01 1 332.714323 -30.749674 3.372877 1327.053085 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-124
100100827 185.01 2 24.354314 -45.677896 0.941457 1354.457884 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-18
100100827 185.01 3 24.354314 -45.677896 0.941457 1354.457884 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-18
101948569 240.01 2 14.754696 -44.160832 19.472408 1360.113171 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
118327550 244.01 2 10.570615 -36.718138 7.395586 1357.365444 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Stellar radius is likely to be smaller because Teff is low. Gaia shows it is a high proper motion star with big parallax.
120585579 242.01 2 4.451491 -38.110851 6.340315 1357.778211 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf The detected secondary could have a wrong depth estimation because of the low points near 1380.
120610833 229.01 2 5.237503 -35.998265 3.126068 1354.773398 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf V-shaped.
120916706 263.01 3 37.108100 -25.097400 0.556737 1386.172349 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
122612091 264.01 3 41.040001 -30.169041 2.216903 1387.831409 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-72
122613513 279.01 3 41.188507 -32.210889 11.489788 1388.368911 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
140068425 140.01 1 330.301574 -49.060026 2.28139 1327.399305 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
141608198 210.01 1 88.960448 -73.984659 9.010138 1329.821358 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicate this is a M dwarf. There is another star in the same aperture; SG1 needed.
141608198 210.01 2 88.960448 -73.984659 9.010138 1329.821358 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicate this is a M dwarf. There is another star in the same aperture; SG1 needed.
141608198 210.01 3 88.960448 -73.984659 9.010138 1329.821358 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia indicate this is a M dwarf. There is another star in the same aperture; SG1 needed.
141608198 210.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
144065872 105.01 1 337.457199 -48.003087 2.184659 1326.50599 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-95
144440290 222.01 2 359.161519 -44.719088 NaN 1376.544 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf single transit (no period)
149010208 243.01 2 3.394055 -31.334372 3.437004 1356.619165 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Gaia radius is 1.8 Rsun. Planet radius is big.
149603524 102.01 1 87.139956 -63.988427 4.411927 1326.078694 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-62
149603524 102.01 3 87.139956 -63.988427 4.411927 1326.078694 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-62
149603524 102.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
150098860 220.01 1 91.799884 -61.996896 10.696823 1335.900564 tp.fits lc.fits   slight grazing
150098860 220.01 2 91.799884 -61.996896 10.696823 1335.900564 tp.fits lc.fits   slight grazing
150098860 220.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
154618248 245.01 2 345.778770 -33.500373 8.773772 1361.546719 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf "The target is two stars separated by <1""; TICOffset and OOTOffset not significant; no other star at the location of the centroid shift indicating signal likely on target"
158623531 246.01 2 24.168162 -50.659178 7.872868 1355.732508 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-105
158623531 246.01 3 24.168162 -50.659178 7.872868 1355.732508 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-105
159951311 265.01 3 49.562227 -41.302145 5.924826 1387.570445 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-139
160074939 230.01 2 346.319044 -36.945536 13.340145 1366.329788 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf The transit signal maybe caused by scattered light.
160148385 247.01 2 1.046353 -47.360626 3.425239 1354.319952 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-96
164767175 266.01 3 26.209635 -18.400947 10.767807 1393.078739 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf period ambiguous for .01 and .02; unclear which transits are attributed to which candidates; will not be observed again in nominal mission
164767175 266.02 3 26.209635 -18.400947 6.19132 1392.104974 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf period ambiguous for .01 and .02; unclear which transits are attributed to which candidates; will not be observed again in nominal mission
166739520 190.01 2 36.775436 -50.284518 10.020643 1357.571795 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-117
166739520 190.01 3 36.775436 -50.284518 10.020643 1357.571795 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-117
166836920 267.01 3 39.897688 -50.008005 5.75244 1387.960271 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-99
167415965 214.01 1 99.460653 -70.932628 18.552713 1336.684534 tp.fits lc.fits  
167415965 214.01 2 99.460653 -70.932628 18.552713 1336.684534 tp.fits lc.fits  
167415965 214.01 3 99.460653 -70.932628 18.552713 1336.684534 tp.fits lc.fits  
167415965 214.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
176957796 137.01 1 101.297297 -66.238034 4.819018 1327.369003 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
176957796 137.01 3 101.297297 -66.238034 4.819018 1327.369003 tp.fits lc.fits  
179985715 249.01 2 14.080413 -38.948683 6.613147 1359.540377 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf centroid offset not significant.
183532609 191.01 2 359.900305 -35.031390 8.159165 1358.920239 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-8; wrong period due to missing transit
183537452 192.01 2 357.879533 -39.906726 3.922743 1356.414736 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-29
183979262 183.01 1 21.649233 -72.749038 3.430776 1326.104287 tp.fits lc.fits   likely EB; possibly synchronized with rotation
183979262 183.01 2 21.649233 -72.749038 3.430776 1326.104287 tp.fits lc.fits   likely EB; possibly synchronized with rotation
183979262 183.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
183985250 193.01 2 358.667547 -37.628020 0.792072 1354.214863 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Tdur is short for Rstar
184240683 250.01 2 359.348992 -41.277150 1.628393 1355.508203 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-5
200723869 257.01 3 47.516558 -50.832418 18.38 1385.769 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf first transit is at beginning of first orbit; correct period is likely 18.38 days but could be half.
201248411 129.01 1 0.187097 -54.830506 0.980981 1354.552404 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
201248411 129.01 2 0.187097 -54.830506 0.980981 1354.552404 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
201793781 248.01 2 34.683547 -54.859771 5.992645 1354.833224 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf The centroid offset is not significant and not near other stars. Signal likely on target
201793781 248.01 3 34.683547 -54.859771 5.992645 1354.833224 tp.fits lc.fits   The centroid offset is not significant and not near other stars. Signal likely on target
204317710 255.01 2 346.075057 -21.271946 2.812077 1355.983448 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-32
204376737 231.01 2 348.157236 -22.673953 3.361021 1357.394512 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-6
206609630 212.01 1 22.551000 -59.583200 0.335269 1325.491317 tp.fits lc.fits   Possible M dwarf; Gaia give this source duplication flag; no radius/parallax available
206609630 212.01 2 22.551000 -59.583200 0.335269 1325.491317 tp.fits lc.fits   Possible M dwarf; Gaia give this source duplication flag; no radius/parallax available
206609630 212.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
207081058 121.01 1 331.867232 -41.815456 14.775056 1336.139719 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Warm Jupiter candidate with a possible secondary
207141131 179.01 2 44.262259 -56.192071 4.137266 1354.588768 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; followup observation in progress
207141131 179.01 3 44.262259 -56.192071 4.137266 1354.588768 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; followup observation in progress
211438925 194.01 2 5.160559 -23.935731 4.899379 1356.565648 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-20
219253008 268.01 3 65.915985 -53.850952 5.065688 1390.194474 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
219338557 133.01 1 354.395739 -58.954636 8.1952 1327.291396 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
220479565 269.01 3 75.846109 -54.177194 3.697603 1389.24174 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf star has high proper motion in GAIA; some period ambiguity; needs photometry to confirm period
224225541 251.01 2 353.061818 -37.255890 4.937712 1357.305816 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf centroid shift not significant.
230982885 195.01 2 24.604344 -55.772082 2.072761 1355.490416 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-97
231663901 101.01 1 318.736981 -55.871780 1.430401 1326.008874 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-46
231670397 104.01 1 319.949611 -58.148876 4.087445 1327.673462 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-73
231702397 122.01 1 332.947000 -58.945100 5.077677 1329.121491 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Small star with a small planet candidate
231912935 215.01 1 7.318019 -63.790619 26.296721 1334.391185 tp.fits lc.fits   Weak detection.
231912935 215.01 2 7.318019 -63.790619 26.296721 1334.391185 tp.fits lc.fits   Weak detection.
231912935 215.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
234345288 213.01 1 38.886663 -71.624147 23.516847 1343.336546 tp.fits lc.fits   One of the signals is near a gap
234345288 213.01 2 38.886663 -71.624147 23.516847 1343.336546 tp.fits lc.fits   One of the signals is near a gap
234345288 213.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
234519192 196.01 2 14.551711 -64.761619 1.163088 1354.30751 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf v-shaped
234523599 127.01 1 15.551099 -61.756001 3.795609 1325.650197 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Star is actually ~0.5 Rsun in Gaia so the planet candidate is not super inflated
234523599 127.01 2 15.551099 -61.756001 3.795609 1325.650197 tp.fits lc.fits   Star is actually ~0.5 Rsun in Gaia so the planet candidate is not super inflated
234523599 127.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
234994474 134.01 1 350.031300 -60.065200 1.401461 1326.033176 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
235037761 131.01 1 353.826767 -64.561769 6.240662 1326.068952 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf V shaped
237924601 252.01 2 57.553578 -63.053777 1.002353 1354.719144 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf two stars in the same pixel. Synchronized with stellar variability.
237924601 252.01 3 57.553578 -63.053777 1.002353 1354.719144 tp.fits lc.fits   two stars in the same pixel. Synchronized with stellar variability.
238176110 116.01 1 357.845260 -70.152863 2.798594 1326.689274 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-91
244161191 278.01 3 4.883100 -5.911300 0.298746 1386.106592 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf possible dipper; not a planet candidate; Rstar may be larger than stated
251848941 178.01 2 7.301250 -30.453734 6.558054 1360.242325 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
251848941 178.02 2 7.301250 -30.453734 10.354252 1354.55219 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf similar period to candidate 3
251848941 178.03 2 7.301250 -30.453734 9.955936 1362.953314 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf similar period to candidate 2 and may be wrong; only two transits
259377017 270.01 3 68.415400 -51.956200 5.660209 1389.502678 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf possibly half or same period as .02
259377017 270.02 3 68.415400 -51.956200 11.379126 1389.678659 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf period possibly half because of gap in data
259377017 270.03 3 68.415400 -51.956200 3.359857 1387.092173 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
259511357 271.01 3 70.775334 -50.219614 2.47573 1387.180306 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf nearby star likely too faint to cause signal; needs photometry to confirm this
259962054 203.01 1 43.018800 -67.687600 51.953234 1327.729066 tp.fits lc.fits   M dwarf first transit is on/near momentum dump; the transit duration is a bit long for the reported period
259962054 203.01 2 43.018800 -67.687600 51.953234 1327.729066 tp.fits lc.fits   M dwarf first transit is on/near momentum dump; the transit duration is a bit long for the reported period
259962054 203.01 3 43.018800 -67.687600 51.953234 1327.729066 tp.fits lc.fits   M dwarf first transit is on/near momentum dump; the transit duration is a bit long for the reported period
259962054 203.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
260043723 217.01 1 91.608606 -58.953644 3.13879 1327.066685 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI
260043723 217.01 2 91.608606 -58.953644 3.13879 1327.066685 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI
260043723 217.01 3 91.608606 -58.953644 3.13879 1327.066685 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI
260043723 217.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
260271203 207.01 1 94.218078 -58.229816 5.649287 1330.097076 tp.fits lc.fits  
260271203 207.01 2 94.218078 -58.229816 5.649287 1330.097076 tp.fits lc.fits  
260271203 207.01 3 94.218078 -58.229816 5.649287 1330.097076 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
260271203 207.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
260304296 187.01 1 94.615669 -57.013569 0.512589 1325.778915 tp.fits lc.fits   v-shaped; very likely EB
260304296 187.01 2 94.615669 -57.013569 0.512589 1325.778915 tp.fits lc.fits   v-shaped; very likely EB
260304296 187.01 3 94.615669 -57.013569 0.512589 1325.778915 tp.fits lc.fits   v-shaped; very likely EB
260304296 187.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
260609205 219.01 1 97.453901 -57.254837 4.461939 1328.754344 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; follow-up in progress
260609205 219.01 2 97.453901 -57.254837 4.461939 1328.754344 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; follow-up in progress
260609205 219.01 3 97.453901 -57.254837 4.461939 1328.754344 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; follow-up in progress
260609205 219.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
261136679 144.01 1 84.291198 -80.469143 6.266571 1325.503694 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Π Mensae
262530407 177.01 2 20.439100 -46.714400 2.853047 1356.153142 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; follow-up in progress
262530407 177.01 3 20.439100 -46.714400 2.853047 1356.153142 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; follow-up in progress
263003176 130.01 1 12.541184 -83.743964 14.339928 1336.559583 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Centroid shift is almost a pixel away but there is no corresponding star in that position. There are two nearby stars Gmag=13 close to the NW and Gmag=18 to the SE. If the transit signal is on target it is a small planet around a bright star.
266980320 118.01 1 349.556843 -56.903885 6.036061 1329.199631 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
267263253 135.01 1 7.328937 -76.304075 4.126904 1325.783759 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
268766053 272.01 3 31.909198 -20.661837 3.30968 1386.231709 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-53
270341214 173.01 1 33.458316 -80.582809 NaN 1333.41089 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Single-transit planet candidate, identified in report as having a 14.2-day period. The transit parameters provided with this TOI (and not those in the DV report) are the correct ones.
272086159 176.01 2 115.003400 -72.207700 16.155581 1363.043656 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf v-shaped
272086159 176.01 3 115.003400 -72.207700 16.155581 1363.043656 tp.fits lc.fits   v-shaped
277683130 138.01 1 328.926194 -61.673286 6.198041 1328.058635 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
278683844 119.01 1 99.237983 -58.015237 5.541738 1327.614054 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
278683844 119.01 2 99.237983 -58.015237 5.541738 1327.614054 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
278683844 119.01 3 99.237983 -58.015237 5.541738 1327.614054 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
278683844 119.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
278683844 119.02 1 99.237983 -58.015237 10.694535 1328.037451 tp.fits lc.fits  
278683844 119.02 2 99.237983 -58.015237 10.694535 1328.037451 tp.fits lc.fits  
278683844 119.02 3 99.237983 -58.015237 10.694535 1328.037451 tp.fits lc.fits  
278683844 119.02 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
278866211 189.01 1 100.807855 -55.244540 2.194097 1327.357534 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; follow-up in progress
278866211 189.01 2 100.807855 -55.244540 2.194097 1327.357534 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; follow-up in progress
278866211 189.01 3 100.807855 -55.244540 2.194097 1327.357534 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; follow-up in progress
278866211 189.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
279740441 273.01 3 51.504634 -64.548553 0.741859 1386.095087 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf still can be a planet on 279740439
279741379 186.01 1 51.746760 -63.499154 NaN 1350.3 tp.fits lc.fits   single transit
279741379 186.01 2 51.746760 -63.499154 NaN 1350.3 tp.fits lc.fits   single transit
279741379 186.01 3 51.746760 -63.499154 NaN 1350.3 tp.fits lc.fits   single transit
279741379 186.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
280095254 235.01 2 46.196133 -73.396554 20.180235 1357.283631 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf V-shaped. Radius Teff and logg not consistent with each other; recommend follow-up to check stellar parameters. The period could be half of the current value. Gaia has excess astrometric noise.
280830734 188.01 1 44.555164 -70.760917 1.162031 1325.777845 tp.fits lc.fits   V-shaped; variable slightly evolved star
280830734 188.01 2 44.555164 -70.760917 1.162031 1325.777845 tp.fits lc.fits   V-shaped; variable slightly evolved star
280830734 188.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
281459670 110.01 1 5.618692 -59.942551 3.174305 1328.040464 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-30
281459670 110.01 2 5.618692 -59.942551 3.174305 1328.040464 tp.fits lc.fits   HATS-30
281459670 110.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
281541555 115.01 1 6.702439 -56.316124 4.742745 1329.90069 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-46
281541555 115.01 2 6.702439 -56.316124 4.742745 1329.90069 tp.fits lc.fits   HATS-46
281541555 115.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
281575427 205.01 1 7.975187 -56.965111 4.251801 1326.336481 tp.fits lc.fits  
281575427 205.01 2 7.975187 -56.965111 4.251801 1326.336481 tp.fits lc.fits  
281575427 205.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
281781375 204.01 1 12.975211 -59.343014 43.828624 1328.032557 tp.fits lc.fits   Only two events; first event is on/near momentum dump.
281781375 204.01 2 12.975211 -59.343014 43.828624 1328.032557 tp.fits lc.fits   Only two events; first event is on/near momentum dump.
281781375 204.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
281979481 274.01 3 130.504849 -75.801512 0.542248 1386.381414 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf needs follow-up to check if signal is on-target
289793076 108.01 1 316.961466 -26.096660 3.043839 1328.084864 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-13
290131778 123.01 1 319.699400 -26.616077 3.308754 1325.375658 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HD 202772
300293197 211.01 1 110.279641 -68.578384 6.564148 1329.254697 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; follow-up in progress; v-shaped and possibly grazing
300293197 211.01 2 110.279641 -68.578384 6.564148 1329.254697 tp.fits lc.fits   known TOI; follow-up in progress; v-shaped and possibly grazing
300293197 211.01 3 110.279641 -68.578384 6.564148 1329.254697 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known TOI; follow-up in progress; v-shaped and possibly grazing
300293197 211.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
300871545 184.01 1 117.657590 -70.533607 4.817028 1327.376627 tp.fits lc.fits   likely EB
300871545 184.01 2 117.657590 -70.533607 4.817028 1327.376627 tp.fits lc.fits   likely EB
300871545 184.01 3 117.657590 -70.533607 4.817028 1327.376627 tp.fits lc.fits   likely EB
300871545 184.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
305048087 237.01 2 353.242700 -29.415100 5.433729 1355.24981 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf low MES.
307210830 175.01 2 124.531900 -68.313000 3.690613 1356.203764 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
307210830 175.02 2 124.531900 -68.313000 7.451113 1355.2864 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
307210830 175.03 2 124.531900 -68.313000 2.253014 1354.906208 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
309792357 199.01 1 80.105474 -59.895662 NaN 1361.02496 tp.fits lc.fits   single transit; no period.
309792357 199.01 2 80.105474 -59.895662 NaN 1361.02496 tp.fits lc.fits   single transit; no period.
309792357 199.01 3 80.105474 -59.895662 NaN 1361.02496 tp.fits lc.fits   single transit; no period.
309792357 199.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
314865962 208.01 1 53.281311 -72.744226 22.434498 1335.985928 tp.fits lc.fits   Last transit is near a momentum dump so period/depth might be affected. The other two are fine.
314865962 208.01 2 53.281311 -72.744226 22.434498 1335.985928 tp.fits lc.fits   Last transit is near a momentum dump so period/depth might be affected. The other two are fine.
314865962 208.01 3 53.281311 -72.744226 22.434498 1335.985928 tp.fits lc.fits   Last transit is near a momentum dump so period/depth might be affected. The other two are fine.
314865962 208.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
316937670 221.01 1 356.490400 -56.344700 0.62425 1325.342966 tp.fits lc.fits   M dwarf. low MES USP.
316937670 221.01 2 356.490400 -56.344700 0.62425 1325.342966 tp.fits lc.fits   M dwarf. low MES USP.
316937670 221.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
322063810 253.01 2 14.317859 -51.584652 3.515816 1355.612876 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf There is another star in the same pixel. Centroid offset is not significant.
326453034 223.01 2 339.677665 -25.631723 14.445918 1355.95751 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Low significance; not enough information from centroid plot to determine if object is on target. Gaia indicates R*=2.7. Transit duration seems short for a giant. Period is similar to the spacecraft period but transit events are not near known scattered light events so they could be real.
336732616 103.01 1 312.457438 -24.428796 3.547854 1327.25256 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-3
350445771 258.01 3 85.467440 -56.740516 3.192184 1387.41454 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf oot centroid shift is not real
350618622 201.01 1 87.401712 -54.910734 NaN 1376.05 tp.fits lc.fits   Single transit (no period)
350618622 201.01 2 87.401712 -54.910734 NaN 1376.05 tp.fits lc.fits   Single transit (no period)
350618622 201.01 3 87.401712 -54.910734 NaN 1376.05 tp.fits lc.fits   Single transit (no period)
350618622 201.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
350743714 165.01 3 88.885933 -57.290593 7.76178 1326.23065 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf known brown dwarf; discovered by WASP; one of transits is in gap
355509914 202.01 1 15.524836 -59.087778 1.738316 1326.115925 tp.fits lc.fits   The OOT centroid is wrong; The signal is on target.
355509914 202.01 2 15.524836 -59.087778 1.738316 1326.115925 tp.fits lc.fits   The OOT centroid is wrong; The signal is on target.
355509914 202.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
355703913 111.01 1 0.774485 -62.469342 2.106098 1326.106369 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf HATS-34
355703913 111.01 2 0.774485 -62.469342 2.106098 1326.106369 tp.fits lc.fits   HATS-34
355703913 111.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
373844472 275.01 3 81.516837 -67.233034 0.91949 1386.746402 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf likely EB
382188882 276.01 3 81.352974 -55.019917 4.800523 1387.759868 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf likely EB
388104525 112.01 1 55.933440 -65.193856 2.499802 1327.409511 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-119
388104525 112.01 2 55.933440 -65.193856 2.499802 1327.409511 tp.fits lc.fits   WASP-119
388104525 112.01 3 55.933440 -65.193856 2.499802 1327.409511 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-119
388104525 112.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
391949880 128.01 1 79.522476 -80.964663 4.940663 1328.129344 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf "There is a nearby (2"") comoving dMag~2.5 star. If the signal originates from either the target star or nearby star it could still be a small planet."
394137592 120.01 1 4.446408 -66.358985 11.535076 1332.082805 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
402026209 232.01 2 353.562839 -42.061409 1.338231 1355.184519 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf WASP-4
403224672 141.01 1 338.984609 -59.864489 1.007908 1325.538528 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
410153553 136.01 1 340.492100 -69.169000 0.46291 1325.72603 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf LHS 3844
410214986 200.01 1 354.914560 -69.195790 8.1375 1332.3098 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf The transit was detected with a bunch of false signals due to detrending; But the two transits near epoch 1332.3098 and 1340.4473 looks reasonable
415969908 233.01 2 343.710000 -18.911800 11.665865 1365.263091 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf
425934411 142.01 1 4.605790 -62.847886 0.853319 1325.489793 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf Gaia DR2 puts R*=0.7Rsun. This could be an inflated giant planet candidate or an EB.
425934411 142.01 2 4.605790 -62.847886 0.853319 1325.489793 tp.fits lc.fits   Gaia DR2 puts R*=0.7Rsun. This could be an inflated giant planet candidate or an EB.
425934411 142.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
425997655 174.01 2 55.459877 -62.767049 17.680021 1342.973211 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf possible multi
425997655 174.01 3 55.459877 -62.767049 17.680021 1342.973211 tp.fits lc.fits   possible multi
425997655 174.01 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
425997655 174.02 2 55.459877 -62.767049 29.810203 1340.296599 tp.fits lc.fits   part of possible multi
425997655 174.02 3 55.459877 -62.767049 29.810203 1340.296599 tp.fits lc.fits   part of possible multi
425997655 174.02 1+2             dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf  
439456714 277.01 3 19.077200 -20.952200 3.994244 1389.02917 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf check that 439456712 is not the target
441462736 197.01 2 353.033649 -21.801397 14.279001 1357.013115 tp.fits lc.fits dvs.pdf | dvr.pdf evolved star