Global Chemistry and Thermal Structure Models for the Hot Jupiter WASP-43b and Predictions for JWST

@inproceedings{Venot2018GlobalCA,
  title={Global Chemistry and Thermal Structure Models for the Hot Jupiter WASP-43b and Predictions for JWST},
  author={O. Venot and V. Parmentier and J. Blecic and P. Cubillos and I. Waldmann and Q. Changeat and J. Moses and P. Tremblin and N. Crouzet and P. Gao and D. Powell and P. Lagage and I. Dobbs-Dixon and Maria E. Steinrueck and L. Kreidberg and N. Batalha and J. Bean and K. Stevenson and S. Casewell and L. Carone},
  year={2018}
}
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is expected to revolutionize the field of exoplanets. The broad wavelength coverage and the high sensitivity of its instruments will allow characterization of exoplanetary atmospheres with unprecedented precision. Following the Call for the Cycle 1 Early Release Science Program, the Transiting Exoplanet Community was awarded time to observe several targets, including WASP-43b. The atmosphere of this hot Jupiter has been intensively observed but still… Expand
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