Session Detail


103.Extrasolar Planets: Atmospheric Chemistry and Characterization.
Oral
Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 10:30 AM -12:00 PM
Tahoe Room
Chair/Organizer(s):
Mark S. Marley1
1NASA Ames Research Center.
Lisa Kaltenegger1
1MPIA , CfA, Germany.
Presentations:
Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 10:30 AM -10:40 AM
103.01. Chemical Characterization Of Extrasolar Planets
Nikku Madhusudhan1
1Yale University.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 10:40 AM -10:50 AM
103.02. The Chemistry of Metal-Rich Hot Neptunes
Julianne I. Moses1, M. R. Richardson2, N. Madhusudhan3, M. R. Line4, C. Visscher5, J. J. Fortney6
1Space Science Institute, 2Rice Univ., 3Yale Univ., 4Caltech, 5Southwest Res. Inst, 6UC Santa Cruz.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 10:50 AM -11:00 AM
103.03. Secondary Eclipse Spectral Retrievals: Trends in Chemistry
Michael R. Line1, E. Ellison2, X. Zhang1, Y. Yung1
1California Institute of Technology, 2Flintridge Preparatory School.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 11:00 AM -11:10 AM
103.04. Spitzer Transits Of The Super-Earth Gj1214b And Implications For Its Atmosphere
Jonathan D. Fraine1, D. Deming1, M. Gillon2, E. Jehin2, B. Demory3, B. Benneke3, S. Seager3
1University of Maryland, 2Universite de Liege, Belgium, 3Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 11:10 AM -11:20 AM
103.05. A Framework For Characterizing The Atmospheres Of GJ 1214b-type Low-mass Low-density Transiting Planets
Jonathan J. Fortney1, N. Nettelmann2, E. Kempton3, C. Mordasini4, K. Zahnle5, E. Lopez1, C. V. Morley1, M. S. Marley5
1University of California, Santa Cruz, 2University of Rostock, Germany, 3Grinnell College, 4Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Germany, 5NASA Ames Research Center.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 11:20 AM -11:30 AM
103.06. Distinguishing Between Hydrogen-rich And Water-rich Exoplanets: Application To GJ1214b
Bjoern Benneke1, S. Seager1
1MIT.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 11:30 AM -11:40 AM
103.07. Spitzer Observations of the Thermal Emission from WASP-43b
Jasmina Blecic1, J. Harrington1, N. Madhusudhan2, K. B. Stevenson1, C. J. Campo1, R. A. Hardy1, P. Cubillos1, S. Nymeyer1, D. R. Anderson3, C. Hellier3, A. Collier Cameron4, A. M. S. Smith3
1University of Central Florida, 2Yale University, 3Keele University, United Kingdom, 4University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 11:40 AM -11:50 AM
103.08. The Characterization of the Cool and Eccentric Exoplanet WASP-8b with Spitzer
Patricio Cubillos1, J. Harrington1, N. Madhusudhan2, K. Stevenson1, R. Hardy1, J. Blecic1, D. Anderson1, M. Hardin1, C. Campo1
1University of Central Florida, 2Yale University.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012, 11:50 AM -12:00 PM
103.09. Evaluating Potential Causes of the Two Observational Classes of Exoplanets
Joseph Harrington1, J. J. Fortney2, M. O. Bowman1, UCF Exoplanets Team
1University of Central Florida, 2University of California, Santa Cruz.

 

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