Search Results for author: A. -L. Maire

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The ExoGRAVITY project: using single mode interferometry to characterize exoplanets

no code implementations18 Jan 2021 S. Lacour, J. J. Wang, M. Nowak, L. Pueyo, F. Eisenhauer, A. -M. Lagrange, P. Mollière, R. Abuter, A. Amorim, R. Asensio-Torres, M. Bauböck, M. Benisty, J. P. Berger, H. Beust, S. Blunt, A. Boccaletti, A. Bohn, M. Bonnefoy, H. Bonnet, W. Brandner, F. Cantalloube, P. Caselli, B. Charnay, G. Chauvin, E. Choquet, V. Christiaens, Y. Clénet, A. Cridland, P. T. de Zeeuw, R. Dembet, J. Dexter, A. Drescher, G. Duvert, F. Gao, P. Garcia, R. Garcia Lopez, T. Gardner, E. Gendron, R. Genzel, S. Gillessen, J. H. Girard, X. Haubois, G. Heissel, T. Henning, S. Hinkley, S. Hippler, M. Horrobin, M. Houllé, Z. Hubert, A. Jiménez-Rosales, L. Jocou, J. Kammerer, M. Keppler, P. Kervella, L. Kreidberg, V. Lapeyrère, J. -B. Le Bouquin, P. Léna, D. Lutz, A. -L. Maire, A. Mérand, J. D. Monnier, D. Mouillet, A. Muller, E. Nasedkin, T. Ott, G. P. P. L. Otten, C. Paladini, T. Paumard, K. Perraut, G. Perrin, O. Pfuhl, J. Rameau, L. Rodet, G. Rodriguez-Coira, G. Rousset, J. Shangguan, T. Shimizu, J. Stadler, O. Straub, C. Straubmeier, E. Sturm, T. Stolker, E. F. van Dishoeck, A. Vigan, F. Vincent, S. D. von Fellenberg, K. Ward-Duong, F. Widmann, E. Wieprecht, E. Wiezorrek, J. Woillez

Over time, repetitive observations of the exoplanets at medium resolution ($R=500$) will provide a catalogue of K-band spectra of unprecedented quality, for a number of exoplanets.

Earth and Planetary Astrophysics Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics

Design, pointing control, and on-sky performance of the mid-infrared vortex coronagraph for the VLT/NEAR experiment

no code implementations15 Dec 2020 A. -L. Maire, E. Huby, O. Absil, G. Zins, M. Kasper, C. Delacroix, S. Leveratto, M. Karlsson, G. Ruane, H. -U. Käufl, G. Orban de Xivry, P. Pathak, L. Pettazzi, P. Duhoux, J. Kolb, E. Pantin, A. J. Eldorado Riggs, R. Siebenmorgen, D. Mawet

Here, we present the design of the mid-IR vortex coronagraph for the new Earths in the $\alpha$ Cen Region (NEAR) experiment with the VLT/VISIR instrument and assess the performance of the QACITS estimator for the centering control of the star image onto the vortex coronagraph.

Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics

Investigating three Sirius-like systems with SPHERE

no code implementations10 Dec 2020 R. Gratton, V. D'Orazi, T. A. Pacheco, A. Zurlo, S. Desidera, J. Melendez, D. Mesa, R. Claudi, M. Janson, M. Langlois, E. Rickman, M. Samland, T. Moulin, C. Soenke, E. Cascone, J. Ramos, F. Rigal, H. Avenhaus, J. L. Beuzit, B. Biller, A. Boccaletti, M. Bonavita, M. Bonnefoy, W. Brandner, G. Chauvin, M. Cudel, S. Daemgen, P. Delorme, C. Desgrange, N. Engler, M. Feldt, C. Fontanive, R. Galicher, A. Garufi, D. Gasparri, C. Ginski, J. Girard, J. Hagelberg, S. Hunziker, M. Kasper, M. Keppler, A. -M. Lagrange, J. Lannier, C. Lazzoni, H. Le Coroller, R. Ligi, M. Lombart, A. -L. Maire, M. R. Mayer, S. Mazevet, F. Menard, D. Mouillet, C. Perrot, S. Peretti, S. Petrus, A. Potier, D. Rouan, H. M. Schmid, T. O. B. Schmidt, E. Sissa, T. Stolker, G. Salter, A. Vigan, F. Wildi

The composition of the MS stars agrees fairly well with expectations from pollution by the AGB progenitors of the WDs: HD2133A has a small enrichment of n-capture elements, which is as expected for pollution by an AGB star with a mass <1. 5 Mo; CD-56 7708A is a previously unrecognized mild Ba-star, which is expected due to pollution by an AGB star with a mass in the range of 1. 5-3. 0 Mo; and HD114174 has a very moderate excess of n-capture elements, which is in agreement with the expectation for a massive AGB star to have a mass >3. 0 Mo.

Solar and Stellar Astrophysics

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