Low False Positive Rate of Kepler Candidates Estimated From A Combination Of Spitzer And Follow-Up Observations

Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler. III. Analysis of the First 16 Months of Data

Kepler-20: A Sun-like Star with Three Sub-Neptune Exoplanets and Two Earth-size Candidates

The Kepler-19 System: A Transiting 2.2 R $_⊕$ Planet and a Second Planet Detected via Transit Timing Variations

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The Atmospheres of the Hot-Jupiters Kepler-5b and Kepler-6b Observed during Occultations with Warm-Spitzer and Kepler

The Hot-Jupiter Kepler-17b: Discovery, Obliquity from Stroboscopic Starspots, and Atmospheric Characterization