Transit model with finite integration time

If the instrumental integration times are significant, the observed transit light-curve can show an apparent distortion, which is the consequence of integrating over a fraction of the transit (e.g., Kipping 1). To take this effect into account, the PalFitRebin class can be used, which calculates the model on a finer grid and than averages to obtain the actual light curve:


alias of _ModelRebin


Kipping 2010, “Binning is sinning: morphological light-curve distortions due to finite integration time”, 2010MNRAS.408.1758K