Detection of carbon monoxide and water absorption lines in an exoplanet atmosphere.

  title={Detection of carbon monoxide and water absorption lines in an exoplanet atmosphere.},
  author={Quinn M. Konopacky and Travis S. Barman and Bruce A. Macintosh and Christian Marois},
  volume={339 6126},
Determining the atmospheric structure and chemical composition of an exoplanet remains a formidable goal. Fortunately, advancements in the study of exoplanets and their atmospheres have come in the form of direct imaging--spatially resolving the planet from its parent star--which enables high-resolution spectroscopy of self-luminous planets in jovian-like orbits. Here, we present a spectrum with numerous, well-resolved molecular lines from both water and carbon monoxide from a massive planet… CONTINUE READING
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