Earth as an Extrasolar Planet: Earth Model Validation Using EPOXI Earth Observations

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Earth as an Extrasolar Planet: Earth Model Validation Using EPOXI Earth Observations
Author(s)
Robinson T, Meadows V, Crisp D, Deming D, A'Hearn M, Charbonneau D, Livengood T, Seager S, Barry R, Hearty T, Hewagama T, Lisse C, McFadden L, Wellnitz D
Publication Title
ASTROBIOLOGY
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTROBIOLOGY
Publication Date
2011 Jun
DOI
10.1089/ast.2011.0642
ISSN
1531-1074
Volume
11
Issue
5
Page Count
16
First Page
393
Last Page
408
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, Biology, Geosciences, Multidisciplinary, Astrobiology, Extrasolar terrestrial planets, Habitability, Planetary science, Radiative transfer, MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPIC DATABASE, DISK-AVERAGED SPECTRA, LIGHT-CURVES, EMISSION SPECTROMETER, VEGETATION SIGNATURE, TERRESTRIAL PLANETS, AURA SATELLITE, KEPLER-MISSION, WIDE-FIELD, SEARCH
Citation
Robinson T, Meadows V, Crisp D, Deming D, A'Hearn M, Charbonneau D, Livengood T, Seager S, Barry R, Hearty T, et al. Earth as an Extrasolar Planet: Earth Model Validation Using EPOXI Earth Observations. ASTROBIOLOGY. 2011;11 (5):393-408.
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