Please help us improve the NASA Exoplanet Archive

The NASA Exoplanet Archive is dedicated to collecting and serving important public data sets involved in the search for and characterization of extra-solar planets and their host stars. The archive also develops tools for working with exoplanet and stellar host data. All data and tools are vetted by a team of astronomers.

We value your feedback and want to make sure we're meeting our users' needs.

This survey should take no more than 5 to 7 minutes to complete.

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* 1. Which of the following categories best describes your employment status in astronomy?

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* 2. How often do you access the NASA Exoplanet Archive data or services?

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* 3. Is your primary access to the data at the NASA Exoplanet Archive:

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* 4. How often do you access the following data products at the NASA Exoplanet Archive?

  At least weekly At least monthly At least once a year I'm aware of this, but I don't use it I don't know what this is
Confirmed Planets Table
Composite Planet Data Table
Planet Candidate Tables (KOI, K2, or TESS)
Pre-generated Plots
Other Kepler Data Products (other than Confirmed Planets or KOIs)
KELT Time Series
UKIRT Time Series
Other Time Series
Micolensing Detections Table
Emission or Transmission Spectroscopy Tables
The Exoplanet Follow-up Observing Program (ExoFOP) Web Site

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* 5. How often do you use the following tools provided by the NASA Exoplanet Archive?

  At least weekly At least monthly At least once a year I'm aware of this, but I don't use it I don't know what this is
Transit and Ephemeris Prediction Tool
Periodogram
Predicted Observables for Exoplanets Service
EXOFAST: Transit and RV Fitting
Interactive Plotting Tool (accessed from any interactive table, e.g., Confirmed Planets Table)
Time Series Viewer (see example)
The Exoplanet Follow-up Observing Program (ExoFOP) Web Site
The "Explore the Archive" search box on the NASA Exoplanet Archive homepage

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* 6. How often do you learn about updates to the NASA Exoplanet Archive data and services from the following sources:

  Often Occasionally Rarely I'm aware of this, but I don't use it I don't know what this is
NASA Exoplanet Archive homepage
NASA Exoplanet Archive Twitter account (@NASAExoArchive)
NASA Exoplanet Archive Facebook account
Other social media accounts
NASA Exoplanet Archive mailing list
ExoPlanetNews monthly newsletter
Exoplanet Exploration Program (ExEP) Blog/Newsletter

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* 7. How do you typically get help from the NASA Exoplanet Archive when you have a problem or question?

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* 8. What other exoplanet-related data and online services do you utilize, and why?

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* 9. If you have any general feedback or suggestions about the archive, please share it in the space provided.

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