publications

Teachey, A. & Kipping, D., 2021, Identifying Potential Exomoon Signals with Convolutional Neural Networks, MNRAS, In Press [arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2021, Transit Origami: A Method to Coherently Fold Exomoon Transits in Time Series Photometry, MNRAS, 507, 4120 [arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2021, Formation and Resolutions of the Red Sky Paradox, PNAS, 118, e2026808118 [arXiv]

Sandford, E.Kipping, D. & Collins, M., 2021, On planetary systems as ordered sequences, MNRAS, 505, 2224 [arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2021, Black Swans in Astronomical Data, MNRAS, 505, 4054 [arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2021, A Stationary Drake Equation as a Balance of Birth-Death Processes, RNAAS, 5, 44 [arXiv]

Palatnick, S., Kipping, D. & Yahalomi, D., 2021, Validation of HD 183579b using archival radial velocities: a warm-neptune orbiting a bright solar analog, ApJL, 909, 6 [arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2020, The Exomoon Corridor: Half of all exomoons exhibits TTV frequencies within a narrow window due to aliasing, MNRAS, 500, 1851 [arXiv]

Kipping, D., Frank, A. & Scharf, C., 2020, Contact Inequality - First Contact Will Likely Be With An Older Civilization, Int. J. Astrobiology, 19, 430 [arXiv]

Kipping, D. & Jansen T., 2020, Detection of the Occultation of 55 Cancri e with TESS, RNAAS, 4, 170 [arXiv]

Chakraborty, J., Wheeler, A. & Kipping, D., 2020, Hundreds of new periodic signals detected in the first year of TESS with the 𝚠𝚎𝚒𝚛𝚍𝚍𝚎𝚝𝚎𝚌𝚝𝚘𝚛, MNRAS, 499, 4011 [arXiv]

Kipping, D. & Teachey, A. 2020, Impossible moons -- Transit timing effects that cannot be due to an exomoon, SAJ, In Press [arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D., 2020, A Bayesian Approach to the Simulation Argument, Universe, 6, 109 [arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D., 2020, An Independent Analysis of the Six Recently Claimed Exomoon Candidates, ApJ, 900, 44 [arXiv] [outreach video]

Plavchan, P., Barclay, T., Gagné, J., and 84 other authors including Kipping, D., 2020, A planet within the debris disk around the pre-main-sequence star AU Microscopii, Nature, 582, 497 [arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2020, An Objective Bayesian Analysis of Life's Early Start and Our Late Arrival, PNAS, 117, 11995 [arXiv]

McTier, M., Kipping, D. & Johnston, K., 2020, 8 in 10 Stars in the Milky Way Bulge Experience Stellar Encounters Within 1000 AU in a Gigayear, MNRAS, 495, 2105 [arXiv]

Jansen, T.Kipping, D., 2020, Detection of the phase curve and occultation of WASP-100b with TESS, MNRAS, 494, 4077 [arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2019, The "Terrascope": On the Possibility of Using the Earth as a Refractive Lens, PASP, 131, 4503 [arXiv] [outreach video]

Sandford, E., Kipping, D. & Collins, M., 2019, The multiplicity distribution of Kepler's exoplanets, MNRAS, 489, 3162 [arXiv] [outreach video]

McTier, M. & Kipping, D., 2019, Not Gone with the Wind: Planet Occurrence is Independent of Stellar Galactocentric Velocity, MNRAS, 489, 2505 [arXiv]

Jenkins, J. S., Harrington, J., Challener, R. C., Kurtovic, N. T., Ramirez, R., Peña, J., McIntyre, K. J., Himes, M. D., Rodríguez, E., Anglada-Escudé, G., Dreizler, S., Ofir, A., Peña Rojas, P. A., Ribas, I. Rojo, P., Kipping, D., Butler, P., Amado, P. J., Rodríguez-López, C., Kempton, E. M. R., Palle, E., Murgas, F., 2019, Proxima Centauri b is not a transiting exoplanet, MNRAS, 487, 268 [arXiv]

Teachey, A., Kipping, D., Burke, C. J., Angus, R., Howard, A. W., 2020, Loose Ends for the Exomoon Candidate Host Kepler-1625b, AJ, 159, 142 [arXiv]

Wheeler, A. & Kipping, D., 2019, The Weird Detector: Flagging periodic, coherent signals of arbitrary shape in time series photometry, MNRAS, 485, 5498 [arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping D., 2019, The Halo Drive: Fuel-Free Relativistic Propulsion for Large Masses via Recycled Boomerang Photons, JBIS, 71, 458 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D., Nesvorny, D., Hartman, J., Torres, G., Bakos, G., Jansen T., Teachey, A., 2019, A resonant pair of warm giant planets revealed by TESS, MNRAS, 486, 4980 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Sandford, E. & Kipping, D., 2019, Shadow Imaging of Transiting Objects, AJ, 157, 42 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Teachey, A. & Kipping, D., 2018, Evidence for a Large Exomoon Orbiting Kepler-1625b, Science Advances, 4, 10 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Cortes, J. & Kipping, D., 2019, On the detectability of transiting planets orbiting white dwarfs using LSST, MNRAS, 488, 1695 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D., 2018, Predicting the Orbit of TRAPPIST-1e, RNAAS, 2, 136 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Chen, J. & Kipping, D., 2018, On the Rate of Abiogenesis from a Bayesian Informatics Perspective, Astrobiology, 18, 1574 [
arXiv]

Suissa, G. & Kipping, D., 2018, TRAPPIST-1e Has a Large Iron Core, RNAAS, 2, 31 [
arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2018, A Periodogram of Every Kepler Target and a Common Artifact at ~80 Minutes, RNAAS, 2, 15 [
arXiv]

Kipping, D., Sandford, E. & Jansen, T., 2018, Two Thousand Kepler Phase Curves from Phasma, RNAAS, 2, 14 [
arXiv]

Suissa, G., Chen, J. & Kipping, D., 2018, A HARDCORE model for constraining an exoplanet's core size, MNRAS, 476, 2613 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Buchhave, L. A., Bitsch, B., Johansen, A., Latham, D. W., Bizzarro, M., Bieryla, A. & Kipping, D., 2018, Jupiter Analogues Orbit Stars with an Average Metallicity Close to that of the Sun, ApJ, 856, 37 [
arXiv]

Jansen, T. & Kipping, D., 2018, Kepler's Dark Worlds: a Low Albedo for an Ensemble of Neptunian and Terran Exoplanets, MNRAS, 478, 3025 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

McTier, M. & Kipping, D., 2018, Finding Mountains with Molehills: The Detectability of Exotopography, MNRAS, 475, 4987 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Yi, J. S.Chen, J. & Kipping, D., 2018, Forecasting the detectability of known radial velocity planets with the upcoming CHEOPS mission, MNRAS, 475, 3090 [
arXiv

Lam, C. & Kipping, D., 2018, A machine learns to predict the stability of circumbinary planets, MNRAS, 476, 5692 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Teachey, A., Kipping, D. & Schmitt, A. R. 2017, HEK VI: On the Dearth of Galilean Analogs in Kepler and the Exomoon Candidate Kepler-1625b I, 155, 36 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D., 2018, Do planets remember how they formed, MNRAS, 473, 784 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Chen, J. & Kipping, D., 2017, Forecasted masses for seven thousand KOIs, MNRAS, 473, 2753 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D., 2017, Relativistic Light Sails, AJ, 153, 277 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Saad-Olivera, X., Nesvorný, D., Kipping, D. M. & Roig, F., 2017, Masses of Kepler-46b, c from Transit Timing Variations, AJ, 153, 198 [
arXiv]

Kipping, D., Cameron, C., Hartman, J. D., Davenport, J. R. A., Matthews, J. M., Sasselov, D., Rowe, J., Siverd, R. J., Chen, J.Sandford, E., Bakos, G. Á., Jordan, A., Bayliss, D., Henning, T., Mancini, L., Penev, K., Csubry, Z., Bhatti, W., Da Silva Bento, J., Guenther, D. B., Kuschnig, R., Moffat, A. F. J., Rucinski, S. M. & Weiss, W. W., 2017, No Conclusive Evidence for Transits of Proxima b in MOST photometry, ApJ, 153, 93 [
arXiv]

Kipping, D. & Lam, C., 2017, Transit Clairvoyance: Enhancing TESS follow-up using artificial neural networks, MNRAS, 465, 3495 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Davenport, J., Kipping, D., Sasselov, D., Matthews, J. M. & Cameron, C., 2016, MOST Observations of our Nearest Neighbor: Flares on Proxima Centauri, ApJ, 829, L31 [
arXiv]

Angus, R. & Kipping, D., 2016, Probabilistic inference of basic stellar parameters, ApJL, 823, L9 [
arXiv]

Kipping, D. & Teachey, A., 2016, A Cloaking Device for Transiting Planets, MNRAS, 459, 1233 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Chen, J. & Kipping, D., 2016, Probabilistic Forecasting of the Masses and Radii of Other Worlds, ApJ, 834, 17 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D. & Sandford, E., 2016, Observational biases for transiting planets, MNRAS, 463, 1323 [
arXiv] [outreach video]

Kipping, D., Torres, G., Henze, C., Teachey, A., Isaacson, H. T., Petigura, E. A., Marcy, G. W., Buchhave, L. A., Chen, J., Bryson, S. T. & Sandford, E., 2016, A Transiting Jupiter Analog, ApJ, 820, 112 [
arXiv]

Kipping, D., 2016, Efficient, uninformative sampling of limb darkening coefficients for a three-parameter law, MNRAS, 455, 1680 [
arXiv]

Kipping, D., Schmitt, A., Huang, X., Torres, G., Nesvorny, D., Buchhave, L., Hartman, J. & Bakos, G., 2015, The Hunt for Exomoons with Kepler (HEK): V. A Survey of 41 Planetary Candidates for Exomoons, ApJ, 813, 14 [
arXiv]