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Search for cool extrasolar giant planets combining coronagraphy, spectral and angular differential imaging

Search for cool extrasolar giant planets combining coronagraphy, spectral and angular differential imaging

... of giant planets for different effective temperatures (colored solid lines, BT-Settl models from Allard et ...synthetic planets in the raw data, combined with the use of evolutionary ...

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Inner structure and atmospheric dynamics of gaseous giant planets

Inner structure and atmospheric dynamics of gaseous giant planets

... Finally, hydrostatic balance also applies in the interior of giant planets. To be stricto censu applicable, there would need to be no wind acceleration whatsoever in giant planets. This is ...

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Dynamics of the giant planets of the solar system in the gaseous proto-planetary disk and relationship to the current orbital architecture

Dynamics of the giant planets of the solar system in the gaseous proto-planetary disk and relationship to the current orbital architecture

... the planets with the planetesimal disk, the giant planets suffered orbital migration, which slowly increased their orbital ...between planets and planetesimals finally parked all four ...

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Searching for gas giant planets on Solar system scales - a NACO/APP L'-band survey of A- and F-type main-sequence stars

Searching for gas giant planets on Solar system scales - a NACO/APP L'-band survey of A- and F-type main-sequence stars

... Planet formation scenarios (Alibert, Mordasini & Benz 2011 ) and simulations extrapolating RV planet populations (Johnson et al. 2007 ; Crepp & Johnson 2011 ) suggest that massive stars ( >1.3 M) are the most ...

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Constructing the secular architecture of the solar system I: The giant planets

Constructing the secular architecture of the solar system I: The giant planets

... Giant planets are expected to be born on quasi-circular orbits because low relative velocities with respect to the planetesimals in the disk are a necessary condition to allow the rapid formation of their ...

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Hydrogen-helium mixtures in the interiors of giant planets

Hydrogen-helium mixtures in the interiors of giant planets

... trasolar planets. Most of the about 200 known planets are giant gas planets in small orbits since the primary tool for detection, radio velocity measurement, is most sensitive for finding ...

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Infuence of volatiles transport in disks on giant planets composition

Infuence of volatiles transport in disks on giant planets composition

... The current picture we have consists of bottom-up formation of the solar system bodies from micrometric dust all the way to the large bodies we see today through chemical sticking and gravitational attraction. More ...

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Conversion from HST ACS and STIS auroral counts into brightness, precipitated power, and radiated power for H2 giant planets

Conversion from HST ACS and STIS auroral counts into brightness, precipitated power, and radiated power for H2 giant planets

... the giant planets in the UV (700–1800 Å) stem from the emission of atomic H lines from the Lyman series and H 2 vibronic lines + continuum from the B 1 ∑ g + →X 1 ∑ g + , C 1 ∏ u → X 1 ∑ g + , B′ 1 ∑ u + → ...

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The science case for an orbital mission to Uranus: Exploring the origins and evolution of ice giant planets

The science case for an orbital mission to Uranus: Exploring the origins and evolution of ice giant planets

... Cite this article as: C.S. Arridge, N. Achilleos, J. Agarwal, C.B. Agnor, R. Ambrosi, N. André, S.V. Badman, K. Baines, D. Banfield, M. Barthélémy, M. Bisi, J. Blum, T. Bocanegra-Bahamon, B. Bonfond, C. Bracken, P. ...

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Uranus Pathfinder: exploring the origins and evolution of Ice Giant planets

Uranus Pathfinder: exploring the origins and evolution of Ice Giant planets

... VLT Very Large Telescope WFIRST Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope 1 Introduction The canonical architecture of the Solar System often groups the Gas Giant planets, Jupiter and Saturn, together with the ...

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Science goals for future exploration of the habitability of the gaseous giant planets' satellites

Science goals for future exploration of the habitability of the gaseous giant planets' satellites

... around giant planets, we look at the atmosphere-surface-interior connections with their similarities with the Earth as a starting ...around giant planets may well contain subsurface ...

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Populations of Extrasolar Giant Planets from Transit and Radial Velocity Surveys

Populations of Extrasolar Giant Planets from Transit and Radial Velocity Surveys

... 3. In between the hot jupiter and cool/temperate giants resides a transition popu- lation of planets. They are called the period-valley giants or even warm giants. They have an orbital period roughly in the range ...

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WASP-64b and WASP-72b: two new transiting highly irradiated giant planets

WASP-64b and WASP-72b: two new transiting highly irradiated giant planets

... short-period giant planets amenable for a thorough characterization (orbit, structure, atmosphere), thanks to the brightness of their host star, the favorable planet-star size ratio and their high stellar ...

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Unravelling tidal dissipation in gaseous giant planets

Unravelling tidal dissipation in gaseous giant planets

... in planets is intrinsically related to their internal ...of giant planets, the respective contribution of the potential central dense rocky /icy core and of the deep convective fluid envelope must be ...

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Giant Planets

Giant Planets

... location of Jupiter’s real tropopause where T ≈ 110 K. Actually, the properties of the opacities of important absorbing chemical species like water and their pressure dependence imply that photospheres around 0.1 bar ...

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Giant Planets

Giant Planets

... four giant planets also have rings, whose material is probably constantly resupplied from their ...extrasolar planets slightly easier, but it is yet unclear how frequent they can be, and how close to ...

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Ultraviolet auroral emissions on giant planets

Ultraviolet auroral emissions on giant planets

... the giant planets (see Table 1 ) mean that the solar wind flows past only a portion of these magnetospheres in one planetary rotation ...the giant planet magnetospheres introduce phase delays that ...

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The VLT/NaCo large program to probe the occurrence of exoplanets and brown dwarfs at wide orbits. IV. Gravitational instability rarely forms wide, giant planets

The VLT/NaCo large program to probe the occurrence of exoplanets and brown dwarfs at wide orbits. IV. Gravitational instability rarely forms wide, giant planets

... 1. Introduction Among the various exoplanet detection methods, direct imag- ing is the best suited to look for sub-stellar companions orbit- ing at large orbital separation (>10 AU) around nearby stars ( <100 pc). ...

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In situ Exploration of the Giant Planets

In situ Exploration of the Giant Planets

... the Giant Planets Formation The giant planets in the solar system formed ...terrestrial planets to reach their present masses [ 11 , 12 , 13 ...these giant planets thus ...

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Synergistic observations of the giant planets with HST and JWST: Jupiter's auroral emissions

Synergistic observations of the giant planets with HST and JWST: Jupiter's auroral emissions

... At times the Active region is broadly infilled with emission typically !75% the peak emission brightness (29jun95 ,27jul98 and Fig. 1 : 31dec12), while at other times it is dominated by [r] ...

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