Colors plotted here represent the average expected false positive rate for candidates of a given size (radius on the y-axis) and orbital period (x-axis). For candidates smaller than Jupiter, the expected false positive rate is less than 10%. For planets between one and two Jupiter radii, the false positive rate jumps up to 38%. For objects larger than twice the size of Jupiter, the false positive rate increases to 90%. White points show the properties of the candidates observed by the Santerne team. (NASA Exoplanet Archive/N. Batalha, T. Morton