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Twelve New Planets, 47 New Parameter Sets! We've added 12 new planets to the archive, including 9 RV #exoplanets and 47 new parameter sets found by the N2K project and published in Ment et al. 2018.

View the planets' data in the Confirmed Planets (http://bit.ly/2MqFnub), Composite Planet Data (http://bit.ly/2l84Qw9), and Extended Planet Data (http://bit.ly/2NLy1Ci) tables.
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KOI DR 25 Supplemental Data: The Kepler mission has released a supplemental KOI DR 25 data set with updated dispositions for 9,564 planet candidates and false positives. Where the DR 25 dispositions were automatically generated, and should continue to be used for statistical analyses of the data set, the supplemental dispositions have been manually updated to reflect the project's latest information on a given candidate, and should therefore be used to assess the validity of a given planet candidate. The release also includes a small set of "orphaned" KOIs that were excluded from the initial Q1–Q17 DR25 release because they were not found by that version of the pipeline. For details, see the KOI delivery documentation (http://bit.ly/2R4wHw0). For the data, consult the Q1–Q17 DR25 KOI Supplemental interactive table (http://bit.ly/2NMeSDK), or download the data using our API (http://bit.ly/2JG8Xy0). Use the table name q1_q17_dr25_sup_koi in your queries. Here is a pre-built query to get you started:

https://exoplanetarchive.ipac.caltech.edu/cgi-bin/nstedAPI/nph-nstedAPI?/cgi-bin/nstedAPI/nph-nstedAPI?table=q1_q17_dr25_sup_koi.

Note: In the Kepler Objects of Interest (KOI) DR 25 Supplemental release, seven confirmed planets were dispositioned as false positives by the Kepler False Positive Working Group. In the absence of a peer-reviewed, published refutation, the objects remain listed as confirmed planets in the Exoplanet Archive. The planets are: Kepler-468 b, Kepler-469 b, Kepler-470 b, Kepler-628 b, Kepler-840 b, Kepler-854 b, and Kepler-1415 b.
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Gaia DR2 Data!

We've updated various stellar parameters for 2,705 confirmed planet host stars with data from Gaia's second data release (DR2). The updated parameters include: parallax, distance, proper motion, stellar effective temperature, stellar radius, stellar luminosity, systemic radial velocity, and photometry.

Specific Gaia data columns are included in the Confirmed Planets interactive tablen (http://bit.ly/2MqFnub) for photometry (G-band), proper motion, parallax, and distance; in the Composite Planet Data table, updated values have "Gaia DR2" references (http://bit.ly/2l84Qw9). The values can also be found on the objects' Planet Host and Confirmed Planet overview pages.
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An Influx of Insolation Fluxes: We've added data from Berger et al. 2018 for 2,123 Kepler planets and 1,519 Kepler stellar hosts to the Extended Planet Data table (http://bit.ly/2NLy1Ci).

If you use the Composite Planet Data table (http://bit.ly/2l84Qw9), you'll notice these updates increase the number of insolation fluxes by almost 600%!
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We've added data for Wolf 503 b, which is the new close-in planet that gives us new opportunities to learn more about why there is a significant drop in planets within the 1-4 Earth radii range (a.k.a. the Fulton gap). See its star (https://t.co/gAXdHrQIAV) or planet (https://t.co/nTJNijXGp5) overview pages, or find it in the Confirmed Planets (http://bit.ly/2MqFnub) and Composite Planet Data (http://bit.ly/2l84Qw9) tables.

Image credit: B.J. Fulton, Caltech/IPAC
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We've added WASP-174 b to the archive, as well as new parameter sets for HD 89345 b and K2-232 b. View the planets' data in the Confirmed Planets table (http://bit.ly/2MqFnub) or the Composite Planet Data table (http://bit.ly/2l84Qw9).
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Two New K2 Planets! We've added K2-260 b and K2-261 b this week. View the planet data in the Confirmed Planets table (http://bit.ly/2MqFnub) and the Composite Planet Data table (http://bit.ly/2l84Qw9).

MORE Microlensing Madness: We've added 15 parameter sets to the Microlensing table, six of which are new archive defaults! (http://bit.ly/2JQr180)

Enhanced Pre-generated Plots: Our pre-generated scatter plots have been enhanced with new symbols and colors to make them easier to view. Check out the Pre-Generated Plots page to see and download them all. Note: The color blind-accessible plots have the new symbols, but the colors are unchanged. (http://bit.ly/2vMdO8c)

Also, we've added new emission spectroscopy data for Qatar-1 b and HAT-P-13 b. (http://bit.ly/2vOLcem)
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We've added HD 26965 b, an exoplanet found using the radial velocity method, bringing our total planet count to 3,775. View the planet's data in the Confirmed Planets table: http://bit.ly/2MqFnub.

We've also added 30 parameter sets to the Microlensing table, which more than doubles our microlensing holdings! Browse the interactive table (http://bit.ly/2JQr180) or download data by wget or web query with our API. Here's a pre-built query to help you get started: http://bit.ly/2MvsIG5
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The archive has added the data on the 72 K2 Campaign 10 planet candidates from Livingston et al. 2018.

View the data in the K2 Candidates interactive table (filter the Reference Link column with Livingston or the K2 Campaign column with 10), (http://bit.ly/2vexgKd) or download the data set using our application programming interface (http://bit.ly/2n7UrSi).
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