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Distinguishing between wet and dry atmospheres of TRAPPIST-1 e and f

@inproceedings{Wunderlich2020DistinguishingBW,
  title={Distinguishing between wet and dry atmospheres of TRAPPIST-1 e and f},
  author={F. Wunderlich and M. Scheucher and M. Godolt and J. Grenfell and F. Schreier and P. Schneider and D. Wilson and A. S. L{\'o}pez and M. L. Puertas and H. Rauer},
  year={2020}
}
  • F. Wunderlich, M. Scheucher, +7 authors H. Rauer
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • The nearby TRAPPIST-1 planetary system is an exciting target for characterizing the atmospheres of terrestrial planets. The planets e, f and g lie in the circumstellar habitable zone and could sustain liquid water on their surfaces. During the extended pre-main sequence phase of TRAPPIST-1, however, the planets may have experienced extreme water loss, leading to a desiccated mantle. The presence or absence of an ocean is challenging to determine with current and next generation telescopes… CONTINUE READING

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