Heller, R.; Duda, J.-P.; Winkler, M.; Reitner, J.; Gizon, L.: Habitability of the early Earth: liquid water under a faint young Sun facilitated by strong tidal heating due to a closer Moon. Paläontologische Zeitschrift (2021)
Limbach, M. A.; Vos, J. M.; Winn, J. N.; Heller, R.; Mason, J. C.; Schneider, A. C.; Dai, F.: On the Detection of Exomoons Transiting Isolated Planetary-mass Objects. The Astrophysical Journal Letters 918, L25 (2021)
Heller, R.; Hippke, M.; Freudenthal, J.; Rodenbeck, K.; Batalha, N. M.; Bryson, S.: Transit least-squares survey: III. A 1.9 R⊕ transit candidate in the habitable zone of Kepler-160 and a nontransiting planet characterized by transit-timing variations. Astronomy and Astrophysics 638, A10 (2020)
Jones, M. H.; Haswell, C. A.; Barnes, J. R.; Staab, D.; Heller, R.: A Possible Transit of a Disintegrating Exoplanet in the Nearby Multiplanet System DMPP-1. Astrophysical Journal, Letters 895 (1), L17 (2020)
Heller, R.; Hippke, M.; Rodenbeck, K.: Transit least-squares survey: II. Discovery and validation of 17 new sub- to super-Earth-sized planets in multi-planet systems from K2. Astronomy and Astrophysics 627, A66 (2019)
Heller, R.; Rodenbeck, K.; Hippke, M.: Transit least-squares survey: I. Discovery and validation of an Earth-sized planet in the four-planet system K2-32 near the 1:2:5:7 resonance. Astronomy and Astrophysics 625, A31 (2019)
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