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Testing planet formation models with Gaia μas astrometry

  • A. Sozzetti (a1) (a2), S. Casertano (a3), M. G. Lattanzi (a1), A. Spagna (a1), R. Morbidelli (a1), R. Pannunzio (a1), D. Pourbaix (a4) and D. Queloz (a5)...

Abstract

In this paper, we first summarize the results of a large-scale double-blind tests campaign carried out for the realistic estimation of the Gaia potential in detecting and measuring planetary systems. Then, we put the identified capabilities in context by highlighting the unique contribution that the Gaia exoplanet discoveries will be able to bring to the science of extrasolar planets during the next decade.

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