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Predicting the detectability of oscillations in solar-type stars observed by Kepler

Title
Predicting the detectability of oscillations in solar-type stars observed by Kepler
Authors
Chaplin W.J.Kjeldsen H.Bedding T.R.Christensen-Dalsgaard J.Gilliland R.L.Kawaler S.D.Appourchaux T.Elsworth Y.Garcia R.A.Houdek G.Karoff C.Metcalfe T.S.Molenda-Akowicz J.Monteiro M.J.P.F.G.Thompson M.J.Verner G.A.Batalha N.Borucki W.J.Brown T.M.Bryson S.T.Christiansen J.L.Clarke B.D.Jenkins J.M.Klaus T.C.Koch D.An D.Ballot J.Basu S.Benomar O.Bonanno A.Broomhall A.-M.Campante T.L.Corsaro E.Creevey O.L.Esch L.Gai N.Gaulme P.Hale S.J.Handberg R.Hekker S.Huber D.Mathur S.Mosser B.New R.Pinsonneault M.H.Pricopi D.Quirion P.-O.Regulo C.Roxburgh I.W.Salabert D.Stello D.Suran M.D.
Ewha Authors
안덕근
SCOPUS Author ID
안덕근scopus
Issue Date
2011
Journal Title
Astrophysical Journal Letters
ISSN
2041-8205JCR Link
Citation
vol. 732, no. 1
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
Asteroseismology of solar-type stars has an important part to play in the exoplanet program of the NASA Kepler Mission. Precise and accurate inferences on the stellar properties that are made possible by the seismic data allow very tight constraints to be placed on the exoplanetary systems. Here, we outline how to make an estimate of the detectability of solar-like oscillations in any given Kepler target, using rough estimates of the temperature and radius, and the Kepler apparent magnitude. © 2011. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.
DOI
10.1088/0004-637X/732/1/54
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