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Nature Astronomy, ISSN 2397-3366, 12/2019, Volume 3, Issue 12, pp. 1156 - 1156
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by Tinetti, Giovanna and Cho, James Y-K and Griffith, Caitlin A and Grasset, Olivier and Grenfell, Lee and Guillot, Tristan and Koskinen, Tommi T and Moses, Julianne I and Pinfield, David and Tennyson, Jonathan and Tessenyi, Marcell and Wordsworth, Robin and Aylward, Alan and van Boekel, Roy and Coradini, Angioletta and Encrenaz, Therese and Snellen, Ignas and Zapatero-Osorio, Maria R and Bouwman, Jeroen and du Foresto, Vincent Coudé and Lopez-Morales, Mercedes and Mueller-Wodarg, Ingo and Pallé, Enric and Selsis, Franck and Sozzetti, Alessandro and Beaulieu, Jean-Philippe and Henning, Thomas and Meyer, Michael and Micela, Giuseppina and Ribas, Ignasi and Stam, Daphne and Swain, Mark and Krause, Oliver and Ollivier, Marc and Pace, Emanuele and Swinyard, Bruce and Ade, Peter A.R and Achilleos, Nick and Adriani, Alberto and Agnor, Craig B and Afonso, Cristina and Prieto, Carlos Allende and Bakos, Gaspar and Barber, Robert J and Barlow, Michael and Bernath, Peter and Bézard, Bruno and Bordé, Pascal and Brown, Linda R and Cassan, Arnaud and Cavarroc, Céline and Ciaravella, Angela and Cockell, Charles and Coustenis, Athéna and Danielski, Camilla and Decin, Leen and De Kok, Remco and Demangeon, Olivier and Deroo, Pieter and Doel, Peter and Drossart, Pierre and Fletcher, Leigh N and Focardi, Matteo and Forget, Francois and Fossey, Steve and Fouqué, Pascal and Frith, James and Galand, Marina and Gaulme, Patrick and Hernández, Jonay I. González and Grassi, Davide and Griffin, Matt J and Grözinger, Ulrich and Guedel, Manuel and Guio, Pactrick and Hainaut, Olivier and Hargreaves, Robert and Hauschildt, Peter H and Heng, Kevin and Heyrovsky, David and Hueso, Ricardo and Irwin, Pat and Kaltenegger, Lisa and Kervella, Patrick and Kipping, David and Kovacs, Geza and Barbera, Antonino La and Lammer, Helmut and Lellouch, Emmanuel and Leto, Giuseppe and Morales, Mercedes Lopez and Valverde, Miguel A. Lopez and Lopez-Puertas, Manuel and Lovi, Christophe and Maggio, Antonio and Maillard, Jean-Pierre and Prado, Jesus Maldonado and Marquette, Jean-Baptiste and Martin-Torres, Francisco J and Maxted, Pierre and ...
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, ISSN 1743-9213, 10/2010, Volume 6, Issue S276, pp. 359 - 370
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01/2020
The precise derivation of transit depths from transit light curves is a key component for measuring exoplanet transit spectra, and henceforth for the study of... 
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03/2019
State of the art spectral retrieval models of exoplanet atmospheres assume constant chemical profiles with altitude. This assumption is justified by the... 
Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
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The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 11/2014, Volume 796, Issue 1, p. 48
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11/2018
Spectral retrieval techniques are currently our best tool to interpret the observed exoplanet atmospheric data. Said techniques retrieve the optimal... 
Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
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04/2020
We have conducted a re-analysis of publicly available Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Camera 3 (HST WFC3) transmission data for the hot-Jupiter exoplanet... 
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03/2020
Recent analysis of the planet K2-18b has shown the presence of water vapour in its atmosphere. While the H2O detection is significant, the Hubble Space... 
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02/2020
A new generation of exoplanet research beckons and with it the need for simulation tools that accurately predict signal and noise in transit spectroscopy... 
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12/2019
TauREx 3 is the next generation of the TauREx exoplanet atmospheric retrieval framework for Windows, Mac and Linux. It is a complete rewrite with a full Python... 
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03/2020
In this work, we present Alfnoor, a dedicated tool optimised for population studies of exoplanet atmospheres. Alfnoor combines the latest version of the... 
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01/2019
Transmission spectroscopy provides us with information on the atmospheric properties at the limb, which is often intuitively assumed to be a narrow annulus... 
Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
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NATURE ASTRONOMY, ISSN 2397-3366, 07/2019, Volume 3, Issue 7, pp. 620 - 625
Clouds and aerosols provide unique insight into the chemical and physical processes of gas-giant planets. Mapping and characterizing the spectral features... 
STORM | AMMONIA | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
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04/2019
Further advances in exoplanet detection and characterisation require sampling a diverse population of extrasolar planets. One technique to detect these distant... 
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01/2020
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is expected to revolutionize the field of exoplanets. The broad wavelength coverage and the high sensitivity of its... 
Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
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