Scattered light may reveal the existence of ringed exoplanets

@article{Sucerquia2020ScatteredLM,
  title={Scattered light may reveal the existence of ringed exoplanets},
  author={Mario Sucerquia and Jaime A. Alvarado-Montes and Jorge I. Zuluaga and Mat'ias Montesinos and Amelia Bayo},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={496}
}
  • Mario Sucerquia, Jaime A. Alvarado-Montes, +2 authors Amelia Bayo
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Rings around giant exoplanets (hereafter 'exorings') are still a missing planetary phenomenon among the vast number of discovered planets. Despite the fact there exist a large number of methods for identifying and characterizing these exorings, none of them has been successful to date. Most of those efforts focus on the photometric signatures produced by rings around transiting exoplanets; thus, little interest has been intended for the detectable signatures that non-transiting ringed planets… CONTINUE READING

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