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Gas Dynamic Simulation of the Star-Planet Interaction using a Binary Star Model

  • D. E. Ionov (a1), D. V. Bisikalo (a1), P. V. Kaygorodov (a1) and V. I. Shematovich (a1)

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We have performed numerical simulations of the interaction between a “hot Jupiter” planet and gas of the stellar wind using a numerical code developed for investigations of binary stars. With this code, we have modeled the structure of the gaseous flow in the system HD 209458. The results have been used to explain observations of this system performed with the COS instrument on-board the HST.

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Gas Dynamic Simulation of the Star-Planet Interaction using a Binary Star Model

  • D. E. Ionov (a1), D. V. Bisikalo (a1), P. V. Kaygorodov (a1) and V. I. Shematovich (a1)

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