Light curve of the week
This is a light curve of an eclipsing binary with some strange out-of-transit-variability. The transit depths suggest that there is one large and hot star and one small and cold star in this system.
About Nora EisnerProject leader of the Zooniverse citizen science project Planet Hunters TESS and PhD Student at the University of Oxford.
This is the blog for the online citizen science project Planet Hunters . We're asking for your help looking for planets around other stars.
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