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High Contrast Imaging of Extrasolar Planets

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January 7, 2003
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Astrophysics, abstract
astro-ph/0301051


From: John H. Debes <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003 22:02:37 GMT (29kb)

High Contrast Imaging of Extrasolar Planets


Authors:
John H. Debes,
Jian Ge

Comments: To appear in “Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar
Planets.” D. Deming S. Seager, eds


Gaussian aperture pupil masks (GAPMs) can in theory achieve the contrast
requisite for directly imaging an extrasolar planet. We use lab tests and
simulations to further study their possible place as a high contrast imaging
technique. We present lab comparisons with traditional Lyot coronagraphs and
simulations of GAPMs and other high contrast imaging techniques on HST.

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