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Indirect Detection of Extrasolar Planets via Radio Wavelength Astrometry

Published onMay 31, 2019
Indirect Detection of Extrasolar Planets via Radio Wavelength Astrometry
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Abstract

Extrasolar giant planets in nearly face-on orbits are difficult to detect with transit or radial velocity techniques. They could be detected with a radio interferometer with sufficient resolution and sensitivity, via the wobble of the central star due to the orbiting planet. The next generation Very Large Array (ngVLA) is such an instrument.

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