Detection of Fe and evidence for TiO in the dayside emission spectrum of WASP-33b

@inproceedings{Cont2021DetectionOF,
  title={Detection of Fe and evidence for TiO in the dayside emission spectrum of WASP-33b},
  author={D. Cont and F. Yan and A. Reiners and N. Casasayas-Barris and P. Molli{\`e}re and E. Pall'e and T. Henning and L. Nortmann and M. Stangret and S. Czesla and M. L'opez-Puertas and A. S'anchez-L'opez and F. Rodler and I. Ribas and A. Quirrenbach and J. Caballero and P. Amado and L. Carone and J. Khaimova and L. Kreidberg and K. Molaverdikhani and D. Montes and G. Morello and E. Nagel and M. Oshagh and M. Zechmeister},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Theoretical studies predict the presence of thermal inversions in the atmosphere of highly irradiated gas giant planets. Recent observations have identified these inversion layers. However, the role of different chemical species in their formation remains unclear. Aims. We search for the signature of the thermal inversion agents TiO and Fe in the dayside emission spectrum of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-33b. Methods. The spectra were obtained with CARMENES and HARPS-N, covering different… Expand

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Detection of Fe and evidence for TiO in the dayside emission spectrum of WASP-33b