Updates to the transit finder code
You can also find a complete update history on GitHub.
- October 2022: Aladin finder charts now use Gaia DR3 data, and
show Gaia variable star and eclipsing binary candidates.
- October 2022: You can now plan your night of observing by selecting
the transits you plan to observe, which will hide any events that
overlap with the selected event(s) (taking into account the
leaving only those that don't overlap. Use the checkboxes next to
the object name.
- May 2022: The NASA Exoplanet Archive target list is (finally)
again up-to-date with the latest planets released.
March 2022: Targets for Exoplanet Watch are now
Sep. 2021: The database of transiting planets is
currently slightly behind the NASA list and does not include transiting
planets added to the NASA Exoplanet Archive since April 2021. I
need to find time to update the code to deal with their new table
format. I hope to do that soon. (The TOI list is up-to-date.)
Sep. 2020: in addition to the links to the Sky-Map
finding charts, I have added a new interactive view for each target based on
Aladin Lite with the option to overlay TESS images; check
them out and let me know what you think. There is also a standalone page for these.
Back to the transit finder.