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    Default The search for ringed exoplanets



    "Have we not discovered ringed exoplanets just because they’re hard to identify? Or is it because they’re not out there? A team of scientists led by Masataka Aizawa (University of Tokyo) has set out to answer this question by conducting a systematic search for rings around long-period planet candidates."

    The Search for Ringed Exoplanets

    Toward Detection of Exoplanetary Rings via Transit Photometry: Methodology and a Possible Candidate - IOPscience

    It would be nice to know how unusual Saturn's ring system is.

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    Default Re: The search for ringed exoplanets

    Sounds like a nice topic for one's doctoral dissertation.
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    Default Re: The search for ringed exoplanets

    Nice and careful work. The geometry in developing solutions of the light curve is certainly not trivial!
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