Kepler-18b, c, and d: A system of three planets confirmed by transit timing variations, light curve validation, Warm-Spitzer photometry, and radial velocity measurements

William D. Cochran, Daniel C. Fabrycky, Guillermo Torres, François Fressin, Jean Michel Désert, Darin Ragozzine, Dimitar Sasselov, Jonathan J. Fortney, Jason F. Rowe, Erik J. Brugamyer, Stephen T. Bryson, Joshua A. Carter, David R. Ciardi, Steve B. Howell, Jason H. Steffen, William J. Borucki, David G. Koch, Joshua N. Winn, William F. Welsh, Kamal UddinPeter Tenenbaum, M. Still, Sara Seager, Samuel N. Quinn, F. Mullally, Neil Miller, Geoffrey W. Marcy, Phillip J. MacQueen, Phillip Lucas, Jack J. Lissauer, David W. Latham, Heather Knutson, K. Kinemuchi, John A. Johnson, Jon M. Jenkins, Howard Isaacson, Andrew Howard, Elliott Horch, Matthew J. Holman, Christopher E. Henze, Michael R. Haas, Ronald L. Gilliland, Thomas N. Gautier, Eric B. Ford, Debra A. Fischer, Mark Everett, Michael Endl, Brice Oliver Demory, Drake Deming, David Charbonneau, Douglas Caldwell, Lars Buchhave, Timothy M. Brown, Natalie Batalha

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