Almost all of kepler's multiple-planet candidates are planets

Jack J. Lissauer, Geoffrey W. Marcy, Jason F. Rowe, Stephen T. Bryson, Elisabeth Adams, Lars A. Buchhave, David R. Ciardi, William D. Cochran, Daniel C. Fabrycky, Eric B. Ford, Francois Fressin, John Geary, Ronald L. Gilliland, Matthew J. Holman, Steve B. Howell, Jon M. Jenkins, Karen Kinemuchi, Davidg Koch, Robert C. Morehead, Darin RagozzineShawn E. Seader, Peter G. Tanenbaum, Guillermo Torres, Joseph D. Twicken

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