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Media Telecon: American Astronomical Society Meeting
01.04.10
 
William Borucki, Kepler Mission principal investigator (view bio)

Slide from the American Astronomical Society media teleconference. Opening Slide
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Third slide for Bill Burocki's presentation on Kepler. Transit Light Curves
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Fourth slide for Bill Burocki's presentation on Kepler. Radial Host Stars
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Fifth slide for Bill Burocki's presentation on Kepler. Planet Size
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Planet size and temperature slide Planet Temperature and Size
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5 Kepler exoplanet discoveries First Five Planet Discoveries
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Slide from the American Astronomical Society media teleconference. Summary
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Dr. Dimitar Sasselov, Kepler Mission co-investigator (view bio)

Slide One: planet density with mass Planet Density with Mass
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Slide two: Super Earths Super Earths
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Dr. Natalie Batalha, Kepler Mission co-investigator (view bio)

Sixth slide from Natalie Batalha's presentation on Kepler. Common False Positives
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Slide from the American Astronomical Society media teleconference. Kepler G Dwarfs with Active Sun
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Slide from the American Astronomical Society media teleconference. Kepler G Dwarfs with Quiet Sun
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Dr. Ronald Gilliland, Kepler Mission co-investigator (view bio)

Graphic: stellar oscillation (pulsations at star's surface) Stellar Oscillation
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Screen shot of the stellar oscillation animation Animation of a Stellar Oscillation/Pulsation
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Graphic: stars in relation to their temperature and brightness Stars in Relation to Temperature and Brightness
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HAT-P-7 Star Comparison
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Dr. Catherine Pilachowski, professor of Astronomy at Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. (view bio)

Second slide for Bill Burocki's presentation on Kepler. Closing Slide
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