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Extrasolar Planets

Edited By: Hans Deeg and Juan Antonio Belmonte
282 pages, Line diagrams
Extrasolar Planets
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About this book

This volume presents the lectures from the sixteenth Winter School of the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, which was dedicated to extrasolar planets. Research into extrasolar planets is one of the most exciting fields of astrophysics, and the past decade has seen research leap from speculations on the existence of planets orbiting other stars to the discovery of around 200 planets to date. The book covers a wide range of issues, from the state-of-the-art observational techniques used to detect extrasolar planets, to the characterizations of these planets, and the techniques used in the remote detection of life. It also looks at the insights we can gain from our own Solar System, and how we can apply them.

Contents

Participants; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Extrasolar planet detection methods Laurance R. Doyle; 2. Statistical properties of exoplanets Stephane Udry; 3. Characterizing extrasolar planets Timothy M. Brown; 4. From clouds to planet systems: formation and evolution of stars and planets Gunther Wuchterl; 5. Abundances in stars with extrasolar planetary systems Garik Israelian; 6. Brown dwarfs: the bridge between stars and planets Rafael Rebolo; 7. The perspective: a panorama of the Solar System Agustin Sanchez-Lavega; 8. Habitable planets around the Sun and other stars James F. Kasting; 9. Biomarkers of extrasolar planets and their observability Franck Selsis, Jimmy Paillet and France Allard; Index.

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Biography

Hans Deeg is Investigador Titular at the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias. Juan Belmonte is Coordinador de Proyectos at the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias. Antonio Aparicio is Professor Titular at the University of La Laguna, and Researcher at the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias.
Edited By: Hans Deeg and Juan Antonio Belmonte
282 pages, Line diagrams
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