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Sergio Hoyer (1) , Patricio Rojo (1) and Mercedes López-Morales (2 ) (1): Universidad de Chile. Astronomy Department. (2): Hubble Fellow, Carnegie Institution of Washington. POSTER #86. PROYECT. OGLE-TR-111: an interesting case.

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search for exoplanets using ttvs in the southern hemisphere

Sergio Hoyer(1) , Patricio Rojo(1) and Mercedes López-Morales(2)

(1): Universidad de Chile. Astronomy Department.

(2): Hubble Fellow, Carnegie Institution of Washington

POSTER #86

PROYECT

OGLE-TR-111: an interesting case

Search for exoplanets using TTVs In the Southern Hemisphere

Observed – Calculated: Central Times

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carmenes a radial velocity facility for the calar alto 3 5m
CARMENES – A Radial-Velocity Facility for the Calar Alto 3.5m
  • Three high-resolution spectrographs fed with fibers from prime focus
  • Search for terrestrial planets around mid-M dwarfs
    • Near-IR (0.95 … 1.8 μm) arm optimized for Y band
    • Simultaneous activity monitoring in the visible
    • 300 targets, 60 observations each over 5 years
  • Giant planets around G and K giants, up to 5 M
    • Multiplexed visible-light spectrograph with 14 fibers
    • Strong constraints for planet formation theories
    • 3000 targets in the M star fields
  • Study completed 09/15/09, awaiting review

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Post-processing of high-contrast observations of exoplanets

Szymon Gładysz, European Southern Observatory

Poster 71

New algorithm for detection of faint companions in adaptive-optics observations

long exposure after post-processing:

42m E-ELT, extreme adaptive optics, “perfect coronagraph”

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Detection of Transiting Super-Earths around Active Stars

J. Weingrill, H. Lammer, M. Khodachenko, and A. Hanslmeier

spherical disk above and below

Forming Giant Planets by Disk Instability - Alan Boss (Carnegie Institution)

Spherical “disk” (above and below)

Disk with height proportional to radius (below)

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