Today while doing Project Discovery I came came across sample 200291933. At fist this sample seemed like random, transit-less junk, but on closer observation and with repeated use of the “divide” tool there seemed to be hints of a low-orbital period transit. Extensive searching finally elucidated it—once I found it, it was plain as day, so plain you could mistake it for one of the easy tutorial transits (I wish I had kept a folded-mode screenshot, the dips really aligned super well). However the orbital period was tiny. It was so tiny that I had to mark it as five separate repeating transits, each with an orbital period of approximately 0.29 (see non-folded mode screenshot below).
But because this transit was almost impossible to find due to the low orbital period it seems that basically nobody else found it (only 1/4 of players marked anything at all).
It would be a shame if a planet remained undiscovered because of this. Is there maybe some change to the Project Discovery UI that would make this kind of transit easier to find?