Properties of an Earth-Like Planet Orbiting a Sun-Like Star: Earth Observed by the EPOXI Mission

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Properties of an Earth-Like Planet Orbiting a Sun-Like Star: Earth Observed by the EPOXI Mission
Author(s)
Livengood T, Deming L, A'Hearn M, Charbonneau D, Hewagama T, Lisse C, McFadden L, Meadows V, Robinson T, Seager S, Wellnitz D
Publication Title
ASTROBIOLOGY
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTROBIOLOGY
Publication Date
2011 Nov
DOI
10.1089/ast.2011.0614
ISSN
1531-1074
Volume
11
Issue
9
Page Count
24
First Page
907
Last Page
930
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, Life Sciences & Biomedicine - Other Topics, Geology, Atmospheric composition, Biomarkers, Life detection, Habitability, Extrasolar terrestrial planets, EPOXI mission, Light curves, Exoplanets, EXTRASOLAR TERRESTRIAL PLANETS, DISK-AVERAGED SPECTRA, DEEP IMPACT, SYNTHETIC SPECTRA, LIGHT-CURVES, NUCLEUS, LIFE, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, DETECTABILITY, VARIABILITY
Citation
Livengood T, Deming L, A'Hearn M, Charbonneau D, Hewagama T, Lisse C, McFadden L, Meadows V, Robinson T, Seager S, et al. Properties of an Earth-Like Planet Orbiting a Sun-Like Star: Earth Observed by the EPOXI Mission. ASTROBIOLOGY. 2011;11 (9):907-930.
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