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Cosmic Censuses: exploiting large panchromatic surveys to understand extragalactic populations.
09 Oct 2017 - 13 Oct 2017 • University of Sussex, United Kingdom
New frontiers in galaxy-evolution modelling: hydro-dynamical simulations in cosmological volumes
13 Oct 2017 • Royal Astronomical Society, London, United Kingdom
The Initial Mass Function: From Top to Bottom
10 Nov 2017 • Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, Lond, United Kingdom
RAS Meeting: The Link Between AGN and Galaxy Formation
08 Dec 2017 • The Royal Astronomical Society, London, United Kingdom
Merging giant-star asteroseismology with the fate of extrasolar planetary systems — an RAS Specialist Discussion Meeting
09 Mar 2018 • London, United Kingdom
Although stars spend a significant fraction of their lives on the main sequence, they undergo their most dramatic physical changes during post-main-sequence evolution. The fates of their daughter planetary systems may be similarly violent. Hence, the simultaneous study of both planets and stars along the latter's subgiant and giant-branch phases is capable of providing constraints on tidal, mass-loss and radiative processes, as well as invaluable insight into the processes of planet formation and evolution. During this RAS Specialist Discussion Meeting we will review our current understanding of the evolution and fate of extrasolar planetary systems during the subgiant and giant stellar evolutionary phases. By bringing together members of the leading UK exoplanets and asteroseismology communities, we expect to establish a roadmap for the effective and synergetic exploitation of the wealth of space-based data that will soon become available to both communities. In this regard, we highlight the upcoming NASA TESS and ESA CHEOPS satellites, both with launches scheduled for 2018, thus stressing the timeliness of this meeting.
Tiago Campante; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exoplanets, Asteroseismology, Star-planet interactions
EWASS 2018 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science
03 Apr 2018 • Liverpool, United Kingdom
02 Jul 2018 • Cambridge, United Kingdom
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