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Data processing in nulling interferometry: case of the Darwin mission

  • M. Carbillet, A. Ferrari, C. Aime, L. Mugnier (a1), E. Thiébaut (a2) and A. Belu (a3)...

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This paper first gives an introduction to the broad features of the Darwin mission of ESA and then describes in some detail the data processing that is necessary to detect planets and spectrally characterize them. The proposed data processing method is validated by means of simulated data.

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