**title** Asp Conference Series, Vol. **volume***, **year of Publication** **names of Editors** a Model of the Temporal Variability of Optical Light from Extrasolar Terrestrial Planets

@inproceedings{Turner2002titleAC,
  title={**title** Asp Conference Series, Vol. **volume***, **year of Publication** **names of Editors** a Model of the Temporal Variability of Optical Light from Extrasolar Terrestrial Planets},
  author={Edwin L. Turner},
  year={2002}
}
The light scattered by an extrasolar Earth-like planet's surface and atmosphere will vary in intensity and color as the planet rotates; the resulting light curve will contain information about the planet's properties. Since most of the light comes from a small fraction of the planet's surface, the temporal flux variability can be quite significant, ∼ 10−100… CONTINUE READING