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Measurement of the Free-Floating Planet Mass Function with Simultaneous Euclid and WFIRST Microlensing Parallax Observations

Published onMay 31, 2019
Measurement of the Free-Floating Planet Mass Function with Simultaneous Euclid and WFIRST Microlensing Parallax Observations
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Abstract

Free-floating planets (FFPs) are the remnants of violent dynamical rearrangements of planetary systems. This white paper describes how the mass function of FFPs can be measured by combining WFIRST and Euclid microlensing observations, which WFIRST cannot do alone.

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