Measuring the color dependent Rossiter-McLaughlin effect from 0.38 to 1.71 micrometer using ground based observations
Mahmoudreza Oshagh - Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC)Dec 16, 2020
Instrumentation & Observational techniques
Chromatic Rossiter-McLaughlin, Transmission spectroscopy, HD 189733b, stellar activity, SOAP
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Transmission spectroscopy has been proven to be the most powerful technique in detecting and characterizing atmospheres of exoplanets. So far, mostly ground and space-based multi-band transit photometry have been used to retrieve the exoplanets' broadband transmission spectra. An alternative technique has been proposed for retrieving the broadband transmission spectra using ...