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Campaign 6 (July 11, 2015 - Oct 03, 2015)
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The Campaign 6 target list consists of 28,289 standard long cadence and 84 standard short cadence targets. In addition we have included large pixel masks over 65 Trojan Asteroids. Bodies within our own Solar System move relative to the celestial sphere and are covered by long streaks of pixels. We tiled the just a subset of the pixels that make up the path the Trojans move along. These observations are in long cadence.

GO6001 Kawaler Search for rotational modulation in precise photometry of white dwarf stars
GO6002 Demory Searching for Terrestrial Planets Orbiting Cool Stars and Brown Dwarfs with K2
GO6003 Kilic A Search for Habitable Planets Around White Dwarfs in Fields 6 and 7
GO6005 Ramsay A dedicated survey of late type dwarfs
GO6006 Gizis Ultracool Dwarfs: Clouds, Flares, and Exoplanets
GO6008 Crossfield The K2 M Dwarf Program: Fields 6-7
GO6010 Silvotti A survey to detect first sdB Planetary Transits
GO6015 Wehrle Measuring the Optical Light Curves of Fermi Blazars
GO6016 Guzik Statistics of Variability in Main-Sequence Stars of Kepler 2 Fields 6 and 7
GO6018 Southworth High-precision photometry of Qatar-2 and WASP-55: the two currently known transiting planets in K2 field 6
GO6019 Papics Internal Mixing Processes and Angular Momentum Transport in Pulsating B-type Stars on the Main Sequence
GO6020 Southworth Kepler photometry of important eclipsing binaries in K2 fields 6 and 7
GO6021 Cochran Probing the Planetary Population of High-Mass Stars
GO6023 Schaefer Superflares on RS CVn and BY Dra Stars
GO6024 Schaefer Small-Duration Flares on Mira Stars
GO6025 Ryan Lightcurves of Trojan and Hilda asteroids: Insight into the formation of planetesimals
GO6026 Carini Rapid Optical Variability in Infrared and Optically Bright Blazars
GO6028 Buzasi Expanding the K2 Legacy
GO6029 Jackson Looking for Very Small Period Planets with the K2 Mission
GO6030 Howard The Masses and Prevalence of Small Planets with K2 - Cycle 2
GO6031 Fanelli A Kepler Galaxy Survey - Campaign 6 and 7: Expanding the Temporal Baseline forExtragalactic Systems
GO6032 Stello Galactic Archaeology on a grand scale
GO6033 Gaulme Solar-like Oscillations in Eclipsing-Binary Systems
GO6034 Summers K2 Photometry of Qatar-2b: A Hot Jupiter Orbiting a K Dwarf Amenable to Characterization
GO6036 Lewis Exploring Optical Phase Variations of Hot Jupiters with K2
GO6037 Muirhead Activity and Planets at the Bottom of the Main-Sequence
GO6038 Garnavich Continuous Monitoring of Cataclysmic Variables in the K2 Fields
GO6039 Davies Asteroseismology of Solar-Type Stars with K2
GO6040 Prsa Stellar population properties inferred from observations of eclipsing binary stars
GO6041 Zhao K2 monitoring of known transiting planet phase curves and bright planet hosts
GO6043 Lepine A search for exoplanets and close stellar/substellar companions in the local halo population for K2 campaigns 6-7
GO6045 Redfield A Search for Transiting Objects Orbiting White Dwarf Stars
GO6046 Redfield Monitoring Targets Within 100 Light Years
GO6047 Reed K2 Observations of Pulsating Subdwarf B Stars in Fields 6 and 7.
GO6048 Ramsay K2 observations of cataclysmic variables and related objects
GO6050 Burleigh Eclipses, transits and variability of white dwarf stars with the K2 Mission
GO6052 Rodriguez-Lopez KARMENES: The K2+CARMENES small cadence search of M dwarfs as host of close-in planets and pulsations
GO6054 Deacon The effect of wide binaries on planet occurrence - K2 Campaign 6
GO6055 Smalley The Am stars: peculiarities, pulsations and planets
GO6057 Vigan Looking for young planetary systems with K2 and VLT/SPHERE
GO6058 Geier Kepler light curves of hot subdwarf binaries
GO6059 Scaringi Small cadence K2 observations of accreting compact objects
GO6060 Scholz Rotation of M dwarfs: spindown, activity, and gyrochronology
GO6062 Wagoner Probing the Inner Accretion Disk of AGNs via Kepler Power Spectra
GO6063 Schaefer Testing DA White Dwarf Variability: Can They Be Standard Stars?
GO6065 Jao Monitoring the Closest Stars in K2 Fields 6 and 7
GO6069 Charbonneau Characterizing Small K2 Planets with the HARPS-N Spectrograph
GO6071 Lepine Rotation rates and ages of stars in wide binary systems, and a search for hierarchical triples
GO6072 Peterson Identifying Distant Halo Giants in High-Latitude Fields with K2: C6
GO6074 Peters Gas Stream Dynamics in Algol-Type Interacting Binary Systems
GO6075 Boyajian Testing asteroseismology with bright red giants using K2 timeseries and interferometry
GO6077 Shaya The K2 Extra-Galactic Survey (KEGS) Transient Survey
GO6078 Wang Searching For Planets In Binary Stars
GO6081 Huber Asteroseismology of the Brightest K2 Stars
GO6082 Kolenberg Investigating different populations of RR Lyrae stars with K2
GO6083 Hermes K2 Observations of Variable White Dwarfs in Fields 6 and 7
GO6084 Huber Giants Orbiting Giants: A Search for Transiting Planets around Oscillating Red-Giant Branch Stars with K2
GO6085 Burke K2 Exoplanet Ecliptic Survey - KEES
GO6086 Thompson Discovery and Vetting of K2 Exoplanets
GO6087 Dragomir Searching for small planets around bright F, G and K stars

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