Direct imaging of protoplanets - Recent results and future perspectives
Valentin Christiaens - Monash universityMar 8, 2021
Instrumentation & Observational techniques
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Direct high-contrast imaging is a complementary technique to detect and characterize exoplanets in a parameter space inaccessible with transits or radial velocities. Young giant planets are bright in the infrared as they emit latent heat from their formation. High-contrast imaging is thus particularly suited to provide direct in-situ observations and ...