SVEEEETIES: Singular vector expansion to estimate Earth-like exoplanet temperatures from infrared emission spectra.

@article{Schreier2019SVEEEETIESSV,
  title={SVEEEETIES: Singular vector expansion to estimate Earth-like exoplanet temperatures from infrared emission spectra.},
  author={F. Schreier and S. Stadt and F. Wunderlich and M. Godolt and J. Grenfell},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
Context. Detailed characterizations of exoplanets are moving to the forefront of planetary science. Temperature is a key marker for understanding atmospheric physics and chemistry. Aims. We aim to retrieve temperatures of N2-O2 dominated atmospheres from secondary eclipse spectroscopic observations of the thermal emission of Earth-like exoplanets orbiting G-, K-, and M-stars using large future space telescopes. Methods. Line-by-line radiative transfer was used to generate synthetic thermal… Expand

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