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Review from the Blue Dots Astrometry Working Group

@inproceedings{Malbet2009ReviewFT,
  title={Review from the Blue Dots Astrometry Working Group},
  author={Fabien Malbet and Alessandro Sozzetti and Petro F. Lazorenko and Ralf Launhardt and Damien S{\'e}gransan and Françoise Delplancke and Nicholas M. Elias and Matthew W. Muterspaugh and Andreas Quirrenbach and Sabine Reffert and Gerald van Belle},
  year={2009}
}
The astrometry technique is an important tool for detecting and characterizing exoplanets of different types. In this review, the different projects which are either operating, in construction or in discussion, are presented and their performance is discussed in the framework of the Blue Dots study. We investigate the sensitivity of astrometry to different sources of noise and we show that astrometry is a key technique in the path of discovering and characterizing new types of planets including… 
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