No Umbrella Needed: Confronting the Hypothesis of Iron Rain on WASP-76b with Post-processed General Circulation Models

@article{Savel2022NoUN,
  title={No Umbrella Needed: Confronting the Hypothesis of Iron Rain on WASP-76b with Post-processed General Circulation Models},
  author={Arjun B. Savel and Eliza M.-R. Kempton and Matej Malik and Thaddeus D. Komacek and Jacob L. Bean and Erin M. May and Kevin B. Stevenson and Megan Mansfield and Emily Rauscher},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2022},
  volume={926}
}
High-resolution spectra are unique indicators of three-dimensional (3D) processes in exoplanetary atmospheres. For instance, in 2020, Ehrenreich et al. reported transmission spectra from the ESPRESSO spectrograph yielding an anomalously large Doppler blueshift from the ultrahot Jupiter WASP-76b. Interpretations of these observations invoke toy model depictions of gas-phase iron condensation in lower-temperature regions of the planet’s atmosphere. In this work, we forward model the atmosphere of… 

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