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2014ApJ...796...48Z - Astrophys. J., 796, 48 (2014/November-3)

The ground-based H-, K-, and L-band absolute emission spectra of HD 209458b.

ZELLEM R.T., GRIFFITH C.A., DEROO P., SWAIN M.R. and WALDMANN I.P.

Abstract (from CDS):

Here we explore the capabilities of NASA's 3.0 m Infrared Telescope Facility (IRTF) and SpeX spectrometer and the 5.08 m Hale telescope with the TripleSpec spectrometer with near-infrared H-, K-, and L-band measurements of HD 209458b's secondary eclipse. Our IRTF/SpeX data are the first absolute L-band spectroscopic emission measurements of any exoplanet other than the hot Jupiter HD 189733b. Previous measurements of HD 189733b's L band indicate bright emission hypothesized to result from non-LTE CH4ν3fluorescence. We do not detect a similar bright 3.3 µm feature to ∼3σ, suggesting that fluorescence does not need to be invoked to explain HD 209458b's L-band measurements. The validity of our observation and reduction techniques, which decrease the flux variance by up to 2.8 orders of magnitude, is reinforced by 1σ agreement with existent Hubble/NICMOS and Spitzer/IRAC1 observations that overlap the H, K, and L bands, suggesting that both IRTF/SpeX and Palomar/TripleSpec can measure an exoplanet's emission with high precision.

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Journal keyword(s): atmospheric effects - methods: numerical - planets and satellites: general - planets and satellites: individual: HD 209458b - techniques: spectroscopic

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