CORBITS: Efficient Geometric Probabilities of Multi-Transiting Exoplanetary Systems

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CORBITS: Efficient Geometric Probabilities of Multi-Transiting Exoplanetary Systems

Post by Ada Coda » Tue Mar 08, 2016 2:34 am

CORBITS: Efficient Geometric Probabilities of Multi-Transiting Exoplanetary Systems

Abstract: CORBITS (Computed Occurrence of Revolving Bodies for the Investigation of Transiting Systems) computes the probability that any particular group of exoplanets can be observed to transit from a collection of conjectured exoplanets orbiting a star. The efficient, semi-analytical code computes the areas bounded by circular curves on the surface of a sphere by applying elementary differential geometry. CORBITS is faster than previous algorithms, based on comparisons with Monte Carlo simulations, and tests show that it is extremely accurate even for highly eccentric planets.

Credit: Brakensiek, Joshua; Ragozzine, Darin

Site: https://github.com/jbrakensiek/CORBITS
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2016ApJ...821...47B

Bibcode: 2016ascl.soft03002B

Preferred citation method: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2016ApJ...821...47B

ID: ascl:1603.002
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