Habitable Zones of Post-Main Sequence Stars

@article{Ramirez2016HabitableZO,
  title={Habitable Zones of Post-Main Sequence Stars},
  author={R. Ramirez and L. Kaltenegger},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2016}
}
Once a star leaves the main sequence and becomes a red giant, its Habitable Zone (HZ) moves outward, promoting detectable habitable conditions at larger orbital distances. We use a one-dimensional radiative-convective climate and stellar evolutionary models to calculate post-MS HZ distances for a grid of stars from 3,700K to 10,000K (~M1 to A5 stellar types) for different stellar metallicities. The post-MS HZ limits are comparable to the distances of known directly imaged planets. We model the… Expand
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