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The HARPS-TERRA project I. Description of the algorithms, performance and new measurements on a few remarkable stars observed by HARPS Includes amongst other things a new orbital solution for epsilon Eridani.
Model Spectra of the First Potentially Habitable Super-Earth - Gl581d Assumes that it is a terrestrial planet with climate dominated by carbonate-silicate cycle. This may not necessarily be accurate for super-Earths though...
Theoretical Spectra of Terrestrial Exoplanet Surfaces http://arxiv.org/abs/1204.1544 We investigate spectra of airless rocky exoplanets with a theoretical framework that self-consistently treats reflection and thermal emission. We find that a silicate
Near-infrared integral-field spectra of the planet/brown dwarf companion AB Pic b http://arxiv.org/abs/1001.0470 Abstract wrote:Chauvin et al. 2005 imaged a co-moving companion at ~260 AU from the young star AB Pic A. Evolutionary models predictions
Detection of a Temperature Inversion in the Broadband Infrared Emission Spectrum of TrES-4 http://arxiv.org/abs/0810.0021 Abstract wrote:We estimate the strength of the bandpass-integrated thermal emission from the extrasolar planet TrES-4 at 3.6, 4.5
These were sent to me by a guy on the RAOC Board Oerlinghausen I don't recognise this place at all? Redcar Bks
This might be of interest... 3 general classes of planetary spectra, "soil", "ice", "gas". Not all spectra get assigned to what you'd expect... Ganymede ends up in the "soil" class for example, despite the surface