The Platypus exoplanet project

Abstract : Transformed Pocket Rocket • capacitive electrothermal plasma • radiofrequency (13.56 MHz) electrothermal thruster (RFETs) • Power: 30 W • Supersonic plasma expansion • High vibrational temperature (several 1000 K) • Low rotational temperature (several 10 K) Cavity ring down Spectroscopy • ultra-sensitive technique 675 m optical path high-finesse optical cavity • IR spectrum (1.5 µm range) • fibered DFB butterfly laser diode • D laser : 0.5 mm • τ Ring-down : 180 µs • Resolution max.
Keywords : Molecular physics
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Eszter Dudas, Dimitrios Tsifakis, Christine Charles, Rod Boswell, Samir Kassi, et al.. The Platypus exoplanet project. The multiple approaches to plasma physics from laboratory to astrophysics (Summer school), May 2019, Les Houches, France. ⟨hal-02378306⟩

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