The K2 mission observed 100 square degrees for 80 days each across 20 different pointings along the ecliptic, collecting high-precision photometry for a selection of targets within each field. The mission began when the original Kepler mission ended due to loss of the second reaction wheel in 2011. More information about the K2 mission is available at MAST.
STScI herby grants the non-exclusive, royalty free, non-transferable, worldwide right and license to use, reproduce and publicly display in all media public data from the K2 mission.
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aws s3 ls s3://stpubdata/k2/ --no-sign-request