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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.

11 MAJOR Eclipses (each described by 4-5 points):
Binomial-Fit-Model, Derivative-Zero Method:
Period: 3.052768 ± 0.000671 days.
T_0: 1939.338663 ± 0.003969 [BJD-2454833]
Depth: 15913 ± 741 ppm.

EXOFAST Method:
Period: 3.052689 ± 0.000135 days.
T_0: 1939.337443 ± 0.000796 [BJD-2454833]
Depth: 20663 ± 460 ppm.

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11 MINOR Eclipses (albeit each represented by ~ 1 point):
Period: 3.053413 ± 0.002332 days.
T_0: 1940.871673 ± 0.013794 [BJD-2454833]

Depth: too small to evaluate.
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PHASE: 0.5037 ± 0.0079 (~ circular orbits).
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K2 Data Search & Retrieval (http://archive.stsci.edu/k2/data_search/search.php):
RA: 104.707500, DE: 18.788331
RA: 06 58 49.800, DE: +18 47 17.99

SIMBAD (http://simbad.harvard.edu/simbad):

Object designation: "STAR"…but contradicted by the WDS entry below.
2MASS J06584981+1847184; TYC 1352-558-1; GSC 01352-00558; HD 267229; WDS 06589+1847.
Parallax: 7.00 milliarcsec = 0.007 arcsec;
Distance = 1/Parallax(in arcsec) = 143 pc.
Other literature: Distance = 129 pc.
Washington Double Star (WDS) catalog, 2008:
  Position Angle: 172 degrees; Separation: 0.30 arcsec;
  Star 1 mag: 9.90; Star 2 mag: 10.60.


5 Mar 2015

                          Kepler K2-C0 EPIC-202059433: Eclipsing Binary

Discussion:
In this object's (LC) light curve, the major eclipses are fairly well defined by 4-5 data points each while the minor ones are represented by no more than ~ 1 data point (shown in yellow in the graph), almost exactly halfway between the major eclipses.  Consequently, depths for the minor ones were not obtained.