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ASTROMETRIC EXOPLANET DETECTION WITH GAIA
We provide a revised assessment of the number of exoplanets that should be discovered by Gaia astrometry, extending previous studies to a broader range of spectral types, distances, and magnitudes.Expand
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The history of astrometry
The history of astrometry, the branch of astronomy dealing with the positions of celestial objects, is a lengthy and complex chronicle, having its origins in the earliest records of astronomicalExpand
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The Exoplanet Handbook: The Exoplanet Handbook
This is really going to save you time and your money in something should think about. If you're seeking then search around for online. Without a doubt there are several these available and a lot ofExpand
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GAIA: origin and evolution of the Milky Way
GAIA is a short-listed candidate for the ESA Cornerstone mission C5, meeting the ESA Survey Committee requirement for an observatory mission, dedicated to astrometry, providing 10 micro-arcsecondExpand
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The Gaia inertial reference frame and the tilting of the Milky Way disk
While the precise relationship between the Milky Way disk and the symmetry planes of the dark matter halo remains somewhat uncertain, a time-varying disk orientation with respect to an inertialExpand
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Spectroscopic survey of the Galaxy with Gaia– I. Design and performance of the Radial Velocity Spectrometer
The definition and optimization studies for the Gaia satellite spectrograph, the 'radial velocity spectrometer' (RVS), converged in late 2002 with the adoption of the instrument baseline. This paperExpand
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Resource Letter Exo-1: Exoplanets
This Resource Letter gives an introduction to the main topics in exoplanet research. It is intended to serve as a guide to the field for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students, bothExpand
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