Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union

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ISSN / EISSN : 1743-9213 / 1743-9221
Published by: Cambridge University Press (CUP) (10.1017)
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, Erik Stengler, Gad El-Qady, Usama Rahona, Ashraf Shaker, , Manuel Núñez, Victor Medina, Adán Yanes, Pere Ll. Pallé, et al.
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 411-412; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921321000077

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History, Maths and Astronomy are all mixed up in an innovative educational project that is being carried out in the Faculty of Education of the Universidad de La Laguna, in Spain. Students learn how to teach (to primary school students) about the shape of the Earth, the distances to the Moon, the Sun and other planets, collecting their own data with simple instrumentation and, most important, to connect ideas and different disciplines. The structure and contents of this project are presented, as well as examples of the activities that are carried out.
F. A. Zoppetti, H. Folonier, A. M. Leiva, C. Beaugé
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 252-258; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921321001289

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Tidal evolution of low-eccentric circumbinary planets is expected to drive the rotational evolution toward a pseudo-synchronous solution. In this work, we present a study of the oscillation amplitudes around this state by considering that the two central stars exert creep tides on the planet. These amplitudes are computed by direct numerical integrations of the creep equations and also by means of the calculation of the coefficients of the periodic terms in this stationary solution. As in the two-body-problem, the planetary spin and lag-angle are observed to have maximum oscillation amplitudes for stiff bodies and almost null oscillation for the gaseous regime, while the opposite behaviour is observed in the equatorial and polar flattenings. Our analytical approximation shows to be very accurate and specially necessary for very-low eccentric planets. However, the magnitudes of the oscillation amplitudes around the pseudo-synchronous solution in the circumbinary problem appears to be very small respect to the mean value. Thus, considering these oscillation in the computation of the tidal energy dissipation may not have a substantial contribution in the results, at least compared to the case in which only the mean values are taken into account.
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 20-30; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921322000059

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This paper reviews the basic equations used in the study of the tidal variations of the rotational and orbital elements of a system formed by one star and one close-in planet as given by the creep tide theory and Darwin’s constant time lag (CTL) theory. At the end, it reviews and discusses the determinations of the relaxation factors (and time lags) in the case of host stars and hot Jupiters based on actual observations of orbital decay, stellar rotation and age, etc. It also includes a recollection of the basic facts concerning the variations of the rotation of host stars due to the leakage of angular momentum associated with stellar winds.
, Lapo Casetti
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 152-157; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921321001484

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By means of numerical simulations we study the radial-orbit instability in anisotropic self-gravitating N–body systems under the effect of noise. We find that the presence of additive or multiplicative noise has a different effect on the onset of the instability, depending on the initial value of the orbital anisotropy.
M. Vasylenko, Ya. Pavlenko, D. Dobrycheva, I. Kulyk, O. Shubina, P. Korsun
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 264-266; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921322000023

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Currently, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) searches for Earth-size planets around nearby dwarf stars. To identify specific weak variations in the light curves of stars, sophisticated data processing methods and analysis of the light curve shapes should be developed and applied. We report some preliminary results of our project to find and identify minima in the light curves of stars collected by TESS and stored in the MAST (Mikulski Archive for Space Telescopes) database. We developed Python code to process the short-cadence (2-min) TESS PDCSAP (Pre-search Data Conditioning Simple Aperture Photometry) light curves. Our code allows us to create test samples to apply machine learning methods to classify minima in the light curves taking into account their morphological signatures. Our approach will be used to find and analyze some sporadic events in the observed light curves originating from transits of comet-like bodies.
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 140-145; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921321001265

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We consider four- and five-body problems with symmetrical masses (Caledonian problems). Families of periodic orbits originate from the collinear Schubart orbits. We present and discuss some of these periodic orbits.
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 211-213; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921322000126

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The averaged four-planetary motion theory is constructed up to the third order in planetary masses. The equations of motion in averaged elements are numerically integrated for the Solar system’s giant planets for different initial conditions. The comparison of obtained results with the direct numerical integration of Newtonian equations of motion shows an excellent agreement with them. It suggests that this motion theory is constructed correctly. So, we can use this theory to investigate the dynamical evolution of various extrasolar planetary systems with moderate orbital eccentricities and inclinations.
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 102-107; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921322000758

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The interplanetary magnetic field may cause large amplitude changes in the orbital inclinations of charged dust particles. In order to study this effect in the case of dust grains moving in 1:1 mean motion resonance with planet Jupiter, a simplified semi-analytical model is developed to reduce the full dynamics of the system to the terms containing the information of the secular evolution dominated by the Lorentz force. It was found that while the planet causes variations in all orbital elements, the influence of the magnetic field most heavily impacts the long-term evolution of the inclination and the longitude of the ascending node. The simplified secular-resonant model recreates the oscillations in these parameters very well in comparison to the full solution, despite neglecting the influence of the magnetic field on the other orbital parameters.
, L. Bigot, D. Mary, P. Deram, A. Di Ruscio, L. Bernus, M. Gastineau, J. Laskar
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 15, pp 31-51; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1743921321001277

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We give here a detailed description of the latest INPOP planetary ephemerides INPOP20a. We test the sensitivity of the Sun oblateness determination obtained with INPOP to different models for the Sun core rotation. We also present new evaluations of possible GRT violations with the PPN parameters β, γ and . With a new method for selecting acceptable alternative ephemerides we provide conservative limits of about 7.16 × 10-5 and 7.49 × 10-5 for β-1 and γ-1 respectively using the present day planetary data samples. We also present simulations of Bepi-Colombo range tracking data and their impact on planetary ephemeris construction. We show that the use of future BC range observations should improve these estimates, in particular γ. Finally, interesting perspectives for the detection of the Sun core rotation seem to be reachable thanks to the BC mission and its accurate range measurements in the GRT frame.
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