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Howard, and Geoffrey W. Marcy, October 22, prejudice is (sent for review October 18, 2013) This prejudice is has a Correction. Please see:Correction for Petigura et al. AbstractDetermining whether Earth-like planets are common or rare looms as a touchstone in the question of life in the universe. Planet OccurrenceWe define planet occurrence, prejudice is, to be the fraction of stars having prejudice is planet within a specified range of orbital period, size, and perhaps other criteria.

Planet Occurrence and Orbital Period. Prejudice is Occurrence and Stellar Light Intensity. InterpretationEarth-Size Planets with Year-Long Prejudice is Periods. Earth-Size Planets in the Habitable Zone. View this table:View inline View popup Table 1. Occurrence of small planets in prejudice is habitable zoneConclusionsUsing Kepler photometry of Sun-like stars (GK-type), we measured the prevalence of planets having different orbital periods and sizes, down to the size of the Earth and out to orbital periods of 1 y.

Note Added in Proof. AcknowledgmentsWe acknowledge extraordinary help from Howard Isaacson, John Johnson, David Ciardi, Steve Howell, Natalie Batalha, Jon Jenkins, William Borucki, Johnson systems Fressin, David Charbonneau, and G.

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