Pedro I. T. K. Sarmento
Gaia is a very powerful tool that can and will be used to detect exoplanets (Jordi et al. 2010; Martin-Fleitas et al. 2014; Sahlmann et al. 2014; Casertano et al. 2008; Perryman et al. 2014), with astrometry and radial velocity methods as well. In this Cookie Seminar, three important factors related to that will be analyzed: the planet detection threshold, the astrometry movements by the stars (that can indicate the presence of planets) and the construction of a database of bright stars as observed from earth, to use as a potential star sample for exoplanet research. Additionally, some results obtained with the database and current population of stars observed with the different methods for exoplanet detection will be explored.
2015 December 09, 13:30
Centro de Astrofísica da Universidade do Porto (Classroom)
Rua das Estrelas, 4150-762 Porto