December 3, 2013: The Kepler stellar properties table for Q1-16 is now available. The delivery is described in Huber et al, 2013 submitted and is available through the stellar search interface or the application programming interface.
November 1, 2013: We have been busy adding new data and functionality to the site which is explained in detail on the release summary page. Highlights include:
For details, see the release summary page.
IMPORTANT: With today's release, we've updated the content and code of the interactive tables. Your web browser may have the older version cached, which will result in an error. If you get the error, hold down Shift and click Reload or restart your browser.
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