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All episodes in order of release
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1. Welcome to Planet Hunters Coffee Chat!
2. What is the transit method and how is it used to find exoplanets?
3. Finding data on the MAST archive
4. Looking up candidates on ExoFOP
5. Find out what SIMBAD is used for
6. Getting started wit Notebooks
7. Plotting data using LightKurve
8. Enhancing a figure using LightKurve
9. Plotting multiple sectors of TESS data
10. Binning data
11 .Phase folding
12. How can we determine the size of the planet?
13. How can we determine the orbital period?
14. What can we learn from the transit shape?
15. Background flux
16. Target Pixel Files
17. Centroid Positions
18. Nearest Neighbours
19. Using the Lightcurve Analysis Tool for Transiting Exoplanets (LATTE)
20. What does stellar variability look like for different types of stars?
21. Halloween Special - do you know your astro abbreviations?
22. How can we detect exoplanets using transit time variations?
23. Guess the star 1 - What causes these interesting light curves?
24. Nora shares her science journey (podcast)
25. Guess the star 2 - What causes these interesting light curves? ft Cole
26. How to use Exo.MAST (and interpret DV reports)
27. How do odd/even transits help rule out false positives?
28. What is Box Least Squares (BLS) analysis and how is it used to find exoplanets?
29. How do I download data vetting (DV) reports from exo.MAST and what do they mean?
30. Seven steps to identify a good exoplanet candidate
31. Guess the star 3 - What causes these interesting light curves? ft Cole
32. TIC 470710327: First steps to finding a triple star system
33. TIC 470710327: Next steps to finding a triple star system (radial velocities)
34. TIC 470710327: How do you form a triple star system?
35. TIC 470710327: Nora and Cole answer your questions about the triple star system
36. TIC 470710327: How will the triple star system evolve?
37. What does a star spot look like?
38. How is radial velocity (RV) used to discover exoplanets?
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