Observations of the Kepler field with TESS (Christ+, 2019)

We use the stellar and planetary properties from Mathur et al. (2017, J/ApJS/229/30) for systems in the NASA Exoplanet Archive to determine the types of planets TESS will be sensitive to. We consider planets labeled as "confirmed" or "candidate", and ignore any systems identified as false positives. We contaminate the transit depths from Thompson et al. (2018, J/ApJS/235/38) with TESS's contamination ratios (Stassun et al. 2018, J/AJ/156/102) to find the transit depths that TESS is expected to observe for each system. At the 3{sigma} level, there are 154 (232) confirmed and 106 (148) candidate planets that are detectable in one (two) sector(s). In total, we expect TESS is likely to recover 260 (380) of these signals originally detected by Kepler in one (two) sectors.

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Related Identifier 2019AJ....157..235C
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Creator Christ C.N., Montet B.T., Fabrycky D.C.
Publisher CDS
Publication Year 2019
Rights public
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Discipline Various