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The plotted Corrected Flux vs. Time data (converted from NASA's K2 raw data by A. Vanderburg) were accessed by starting with his website https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~avanderb/k2.html.  RED points are the major eclipses; YELLOW points are the minor eclipses.

25 MAJOR Eclipses (T_3: partial data gap; T_13: total data gap; no significant ETV could be detected):
Period: 3.053468 ± 0.000093 days.
T_0: 1977.540413 ± 0.001447 [BJD-2454833]
Depth: 67841 ± 1421 ppm.


7 MINOR Eclipses (only confident assignments: T_0; T_20 thru T_25):
Period: 3.053674 ± 0.000368 days.
T_0: 1979.061147 ± 0.007678 [BJD-2454833]
Depth: 3152 ± 330 ppm.


PHASE: 0.4997 ± 0.0023 (an indication of circular orbits).

K2 Data Search & Retrieval (http://archive.stsci.edu/k2/data_search/search.php):
RA: 177.40719, DE: 3.067156
RA: 11 49 37.726, DE: +03 04 01.76
Other IDs: 2MASS J11493772+0304016;  UCAC 466-046916.

SIMBAD (http://simbad.harvard.edu/simbad):
No object listed.

3 Mar 2015
                          Kepler K2-C1 EPIC-201665500: Eclipsing Binary

Discussion:
One or both of the stars in this eclipsing binary system show considerable surface activity.  This is most prevalent during the first two-thirds of Campaign-1 where the "noise" substantially disrupted the appearance and possible assignment of the minor eclipses.