In our weekly journal club we reviewed Benneke 2015 (Strict Upper Limits on the Carbon-to-Oxygen Ratios of Eight Hot Jupiters from Self-Consistent Atmospheric Retrieval, under review at ApJ). We widely discuss the method used by the author a... more
Last Thursday (23/04/2015) during journal club we reviewed the work from M. Takagi et. al. 2009 entitled “Influence of CO2 line profiles on radiative and radiative‐convective equilibrium states of the Venus lower atmosphere” . In this work the... more
The Exoclimes Simulation Platform (ESP) was born from a necessity to move beyond Earth-centric climate simulators, to provide the scientific community studying exoplanets with an ultra-fast, open-source and all-encompassing set of simulational tools. The ESP is designed to harness the power of GPU (graphics processing unit) computing, which affords a speed-up at the order-of-magnitude level. Our ultimate goal is for ESP users to become co-developers.
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