EPIC (K2) or KIC (Kepler) catalog number.
K2 Campaign. K1 marks objects observed in the original Kepler mission, and Eng marks data on GD 1212 from the K2 engineering test run before K2 Campaign 0.
RA & Dec (J2000)
Right ascension and declination in J2000 coordinates.
Mean magnitude in the Kepler bandpass.
Class of pulsating white dwarf (DAV aka ZZ Ceti, DBV, DOV, etc.). Each class is also color coded at the bottom of the page.
Kepler CCD Channel from which the data are read out. Channel 48 and especially Channel 58 are susceptible to rolling band pattern noise (see Hermes et al. 2017).
Fixed aperture (in total pixels) of the extracted light curve. The actual x,y location of the pixels is included in the light curve header.
Link to the raw target pixel files for the SC (short cadence) and LC (long cadence) data hosted at MAST.
Reduced light curves in ascii format. Zoomed plots of the significant pulsations are included as a PDF file. Quick looks to the whole light curve (binned in 30-min intervals) and full FTs are available as a png.
1% false-alarm probability (in ppt) of light curve.
An ascii-formatted table of the significant periods of variability detected in the light curve.
Discovery of Pulsations
Link to the manuscript announcing the discovery of pulsations in the object in question.
When available, u-g colors from SDSS, ATLAS, or KIS.
When available, g-r colors from SDSS, ATLAS, or KIS.
One-dimensional, extracted, wavelength-calibrated, flux-calibrated optical spectrum of the source. The ascii formatted spectrum is in units of angstrom, flux, and flux uncertainty. The PDF shows the one-dimensional fit to the spectrum. Raw spectra can be found by searching the RA & Dec in the ING or NOAO archives.
One-dimensional fit for effective temperature (in K).
Uncertainty in one-dimensional fit for effective temperature (in K).
One-dimensional fit for surface gravity (cgs).
Uncertainty in one-dimensional fit for surface gravity (cgs).
Three-dimensional fit for effective temperature (in K), corrected using the analytic relationships of Tremblay et al. 2013.
Three-dimensional fit for surface gravity (cgs), corrected using the analytic relationships of Tremblay et al. 2013.
Estimated overall mass from spectroscopy.
Uncertainty in estimated overall mass from spectroscopy.
Published Atm. Param.
Link to the manuscript describing the atmospheric parameters.