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Título : A novel method for identifying exoplanetary rings
Autor : Zuluaga Callejas, Jorge Iván
Kipping, David M.
Sucerquia Areiza, Mario Alexander
Alvarado Montes, Jaime Andrés
metadata.dc.subject.*: Método analítico
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Editorial : American Astronomical Society
Citación : Zuluaga Callejas, J. I., Kipping, D. M., Sucerquia, M., & Alvarado, J. A. (2015). A novel method for identifying exoplanetary rings. Astrophysical Journal Letters. 803, 1-7.
Resumen : ABSTRACT: The discovery of rings around extrasolar planets (“exorings”) is one of the next breakthroughs in exoplanetary research. Previous studies have explored the feasibility of detecting exorings with present and futuren photometric sensitivities by seeking anomalous deviations in the residuals of a standard transit light curve fit, at the level of ~-100 ppm for Kronian rings. In this work, we explore two much larger observational consequences of exorings: (1) the significant increase in transit depth that may lead to the misclassification of ringed planetary candidates as false-positives and/or the underestimation of planetary density; and (2) the so-called “photo-ring” effect, a new asterodensity profiling effect, revealed by a comparison of the light curve derived stellar density to that measured with independent methods (e.g., asteroseismology). While these methods do not provide an unambiguous detection of exorings, we show that the large amplitude of these effects, combined with their relatively simple analytic description, makes them highly suited to large-scale surveys to identify candidate ringed planets worthy of more detailed investigation. Moreover, these methods lend themselves to ensemble analyses seeking to uncover evidence of a population of ringed planets. We describe the method in detail, develop the basic underlying formalism, and test it in the parameter space of rings and transit configuration. We discuss the prospects of using this method for the first systematic search of exoplanetary rings in the Kepler database and provide a basic computational code for implementing it.
metadata.dc.identifier.eissn: 2041-8213
ISSN : 2041-8205
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1088/2041-8205/803/1/L14
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