The Habitable Zone of Earth-like Planets with Different Levels of Atmospheric Pressure

@article{Vladilo2013TheHZ,
  title={The Habitable Zone of Earth-like Planets with Different Levels of Atmospheric Pressure},
  author={G. Vladilo and G. Murante and Laura Silva and A. Provenzale and G. Ferri and G. Ragazzini},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={767},
  pages={65}
}
As a contribution to the study of the habitability of extrasolar planets, we implemented a one-dimensional energy balance model (EBM), the simplest seasonal model of planetary climate, with new prescriptions for most physical quantities. Here we apply our EBM to investigate the surface habitability of planets with an Earth-like atmospheric composition but different levels of surface pressure. The habitability, defined as the mean fraction of the planet's surface on which liquid water could… Expand
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