ArielRad: the Ariel radiometric model

@article{Mugnai2020ArielRadTA,
  title={ArielRad: the Ariel radiometric model},
  author={Lorenzo V. Mugnai and Enzo Pascale and Billy Edwards and Andreas Papageorgiou and Subhajit Sarkar},
  journal={Experimental Astronomy},
  year={2020},
  volume={50},
  pages={303-328}
}
ArielRad, the Ariel radiometric model, is a simulator developed to address the challenges in optimising the space mission science payload and to demonstrate its compliance with the performance requirements. Ariel , the Atmospheric Remote-Sensing Infrared Exoplanet Large-survey, has been selected by ESA as the M4 mission in the Cosmic Vision programme and, during its 4 years primary operation, will provide the first unbiased spectroscopic survey of a large and diverse sample of transiting… 
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