Results & Data

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CHAMELEON publications

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[28] Ch. Helling “Cloud formation in Exoplanetary Atmospheres” eprint arXiv:2205.00454 (2022).

[27] A. Strugarek, R. Fares, … Ch. Helling, … et al. “MOVES – V. Modelling star–planet magnetic interactions of HD 189733” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 512 (3), 4556–4572 (2022).

[26] P. Mollière, …, A. Schneider et al. “Interpreting the atmospheric composition of exoplanets: sensitivity to planet formation assumptions” eprint arXiv:2204.13714 (2022).

[25] D. M. Jorge, I. E. E. Kamp, L. B. F. M. Waters, P. Woitke, R. J. Spaargaren “Forming Planets Around Stars With Non-Solar Elemental Composition” Astronomy & Astrophysics, 660, A85 (2021).

[24] D. Samra, Ch. Helling, T. Birnstiel “Mineral snowflakes on exoplanets and brown dwarfs. Coagulation and fragmentation of cloud particles with HyLandS” eprint arXiv:2203.07461 (2022).

[23] A. Herald, …, U.G. Jørgensen et al. “Precision measurement of a brown dwarf mass in a binary system in the microlensing event OGLE-2019-BLG-0033/MOA-2019-BLG-035” eprint arXiv:2203.04034 (2022).

[22] F. Ardévol Martínez, M. Min, I. Kamp, P. I. Palmer “Convolutional neural networks as an alternative to Bayesian retrievals” Astronomy & Astrophysics (2022).

[21] A.D Schneider, L. Carone, L. Decin, U.G. Jørgensen, P. Mollière, R. Baeyens, S. Kiefer, Ch. Helling Exploring the deep atmospheres of HD 209458b and WASP-43b using a non-gray general circulation model” Astronomy & Astrophysics (2022).

[20] O. Herbort, P. Woitke, Ch. Helling, A. L. Zerkle “The atmospheres of rocky exoplanets II. Influence of surface composition on the diversity of cloud condensates” Astronomy & Astrophysics, 658, A180 (2021).

[19] K.C. Sahu, …., U.G. Jørgensen et al. “An Isolated Stellar-Mass Black Hole Detected Through Astrometric Microlensing” eprint arXiv:2201.13296 (2022).

[18] S. Sajadian, U. G. Jørgensen “Variation of the stellar color in high-magnification and caustic-crossing microlensing events” Astronomy & Astrophysics, 657, A16 (2021).

[17] N. Khorshid, M. Min, J. M. Désert, P. Woitke, C. Dominik “SimAb: A simple, fast and flexible model to assess the effects of planet formation on the atmospheric composition of gas giants” eprint arXiv:2111.00279 (2021).

[16] C. Köhn, Ch. Helling, M. Bødker Enghoff, K. Haynes, J. P. Sindel, D. Krog, D. Gobrecht “Dust in brown dwarfs and extra-solar planets VIII. TiO2 seed formation: 3D Monte Carlo versus kinetic approach” Astrophysics, 654, A120 (2021).

[15] A.D. Schneider, B. Bitsch “How drifting and evaporating pebbles shape giant planets. II. Volatiles and refractories in atmospheres” Astronomy & Astrophysics, 654, A72 (2021).

[14] A.D. Schneider, B. Bitsch “How drifting and evaporating pebbles shape giant planets. I. Heavy element content and atmospheric C/O” Astronomy & Astrophysics, 654, A71 (2021).

[13] G. Hodosán, Ch. Helling, I. Vorgul   “Exploring terrestrial lightning parameterisations for exoplanets and brown dwarfs“   Planetary and Space Science, 204, 105247 (2021).

[12] P. Spyratos, N. Nikolov, …, Ch. Helling et al.   “Transmission spectroscopy with VLT FORS2: a featureless spectrum for the low-density transiting exoplanet WASP-88b”   Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 506, 2, pp. 2853-2870 (2021).

[11] P.B. Rimmer, S. Jordan, T. Constantinou, P. Woitke et al.   “Hydroxide Salts in the Clouds of Venus: Their Effect on the Sulfur Cycle and Cloud Droplet pH”   The Planetary Science Journal, 2, 133 (2021).

[10] M.S.P. Kelley, T.L. Farnham, …, U.G. Jørgensen, …, N. Bach-Møller et al.   “Six Outbursts of Comet 46P/Wirtanen”   The Planetary Science Journal, 2, 131 (2021).

[9] I. Kondo, J.C. Yee, …, U.G. Jørgensen, … et al.   “OGLE-2018-BLG-1185b: A Low-mass Microlensing Planet Orbiting a Low-mass Dwarf”   The Astronomical Journal, 162, 77 (2021).

[8] B. E. Morgado, B. Sicardy, …, U.G. Jørgensen, … et al.  “Refined physical parameters for Chariklo’s body and rings from stellar occultations observed between 2013 and 2020” Astronomy & Astrophysics, 652, A141 (2021).

[7] D. Gobrecht, J.P. Sindel, H. Lecoq-Molinos, L. Decin   “The Ionization Energies of Dust-Forming Metal Oxide Clusters”   Universe 2021, 7(7), 243 (2021).

[6] B. Bitsch, S.N. Raymond, L.A. Buchhave, A. Bello-Arufe, A.D. Rathcke, A.D. Schneider   “Dry or water world? How the water contents of inner sub-Neptunes constrain giant planet formation and the location of the water ice line”   Astronomy & Astrophysics, 649, L5 (2021).

[5] Ch. Helling, D. Lewis, D. Samra et al.   “Cloud property trends in hot and ultra-hot giant gas planets (WASP-43b, WASP-103b, WASP-121b, HAT-P-7b, and WASP-18b)”   Astronomy & Astrophysics, 649, A44 (2021).

[4] P. Barth, Ch. Helling, E. E. Stüeken et al.   “MOVES IV. Modelling the influence of stellar XUV-flux, cosmic rays, and stellar energetic particles on the atmospheric composition of the hot Jupiter HD 189733b”   Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 502, 4, pp. 6201–6215 (2021).

[3] Ch. Helling, M. Worters, D. Samra et al.   “Understanding the atmospheric properties and chemical composition of the ultra-hot Jupiter HAT-P-7b. III. Changing ionisation and the emergence of an ionosphere”   Astronomy & Astrophysics, 648, A80 (2021).

[2] P. Woitke, O. Herbort, Ch. Helling et al.   “Coexistence of CH4, CO2, and H2O in exoplanet atmospheres”   Astronomy & Astrophysics, 646, A43 (2021).

[1] Nanna Bach-Møller & Uffe G. Jørgensen   “Orbital eccentricity-multiplicity correlation for planetary systems and comparison to the Solar system”   Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 500, 1, pp. 1313-1322 (2021).