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Planetary Sciences

Weather on a Hot Jupiter
A super Earth in the habitable zone_animation gif
A back-scattered image of the E44 CAI from the CV3 Efremovka chondrite taken on a scanning electron microscope
A new initial abundance of 41Ca in the early solar system
The distribution of 26Al/27Al in spinel-hibonite spherules extracted from CM chondrites
Hot Jupiters on Prograde/Retrograde Orbits
Planet traps and the population of exoplanetary systems
Asymmetric distribution of dust in an eccentric protoplanetary disk
Yields of 7Be, 10Be, 26Al, 36Cl, 41Ca, and 53Mn for a chondritic chemistry and the spectral parameters p = 4 and 3He/1H = 0.3
Yields of 7Be, 10Be, 26Al, 36Cl, 41Ca, and 53Mn for a chondritic chemistry and the spectral parameters p = 4 and 3He/1H = 0.3
Yields of 7Be, 10Be, 26Al, 36Cl, 41Ca, and 53Mn for a chondritic chemistry and the spectral parameters p = 4 and 3He/1H = 0.3
Tidal and Magnetic Interactions Between a Hot Jupiter and its Host Star in the Magnetospheric Cavity of a Protoplanetary Disk
The Dust Buster mass spec
SMA observations of the Comet C/2002 T7 (LINEAR)
SMA observations of the Comet C/2002 T7 (LINEAR)

At ASIAA, we have a growing community of planetary scientists who are involved in a wide range of research topics.

Solar System Science: Observations

In our own Solar System, the Transneptunian Auotmated Occultation Survey (TAOS II) aims to measure the size distribution of Trans-Neptunian Objects (TNOs) and objects in the Inner Oort Cloud. TAOS II is currently under construction at San Pedro Mártir Observatory in Baja California, Mexico. This new survey will be more than one hundred times as powerful as its predecessor (TAOS).

In addition to TAOS II, the group is involved with the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program (HSC SSP) survey using the Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) on the Subaru telescope. The survey will cover up to 1400 deg.2 down to a magnitude of g’=26.4. The planetary science group at ASIAA has taken the lead on the Solar System science program of this survey. HSC SSP is the deepest/widest survey to date with the capability to detect the faint/small moving objects, including asteroids, Centaurs and TNOs. A new pipeline and algorithm built by the ASIAA team has detected more the two hundred TNOs and few thousand asteroids. This work is ongoing, but the results should provide the most accurate measurement to date of the faint end magnitude distribution of TNOs. This will be particularly important when combined with the expected results from TAOS II. The two surveys will have a small but significant overlap in sensitivity as a function of object size/magnitude, and will thus provide a continuous estimate of the TNO size distribution with diameters 0.5 km < D < 100 km.

Finally, our group is part of the Outer Solar System Origins Survey (OSSOS). OSSOS is using the Canada France Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) to search 168 deg.2 of the sky for TNOs down to a limiting magnitude of r’=24.5. The survey is expected to discover about 1000 new TNOs and provide a well characterized orbit for each object. This data set will allow our team to use both the discovery and subsequent follow-up data to interpret the fully debiased characteristics of the various dynamical TNO sub-populations, providing clues to their origins.

Our group is involved in several different sub-projects of the OSSOS survey

Solar System Science: Theory

On the theoretical side our group is involved in several areas of research. The first of these concerns the origin and dynamical evolution of the Solar System, in particular the orbital structure of the Kuiper Belt, Scattered Disc and Oort cloud. This work ties in directly with the TAOS and TAOS II projects. In addition, work is being done on the evolution of the terrestrial and giant planets at the time of the Late Heavy Bombardment of the terrestrial planets.

We are also involved in work studying active asteroids (which include main-belt comets and disrupted asteroids) with initiatives including searching for active objects in various data sets, such as the HSC, Pan-STARRS, and Palomar Transient Factory surveys, using numerical simulations to study their dynamical behavior, and performing physical characterization studies of individual objects. The ice content inferred for MBCs makes them extremely interesting targets in terms of astrobiology, while studying the disruptive processes (rotational break-ups and impacts) that cause activity in disrupted asteroids will give us insights into how these processes shape small bodies in our solar system and give us clues as to their internal structure and composition.

Exoplanets: Theory

Besides the Solar System, we are engaging in research work on exoplanets. Hot Jupiters are intensely illuminated, and tidally interact with their parent stars. Atmospheric circulation on a hot Jupiter driven by stellar irradiation is being investigated in terms of linear waves. Tidal interactions can dramatically change the interior structure of a young hot Jupiter and even destruct the planet in the T-Tauri star phase, which may explain the mass distribution of hot Jupiters observed today. Numerical simulations are being conducted to study the influence of a planet embedded in a protoplanetary disk to interpret the ALMA results in the near future.

Research Members (13)

Wang, Shiang-Yu 王祥宇 cv Deputy Director; Research Fellow
Research Interest: Infrared sensor, Optical/Infrared Instrumentation, Semiconductor devices
Shang, Hsien 尚賢 cv Associate Research Fellow (Tenured)
Research Interest: Meteorites, planetary material, connection to early solar system
Gu, Pin-Gao 辜品高 cv Associate Research Fellow
Research Interest: exoplanets, protoplanetary disks
Lin, Min-Kai 林明楷 cv Assistant Research Fellow
Research Interest: astrophysical fluid dynamics applied to planet formation and evolution
Wen, Chih-Yi 溫志懿 cv Associate Research Engineer
Research Interest: Instrument Software Engineering, High Energy Physics
Kuan, Yi-Jehng 管一政 cv Joint Research Fellow; Dept. Earth Sciences, NTNU
Research Interest: Astrochemistry, Molecular Astrophysics, Molecular Clouds and Astrobiology
Alexandersen, Mike 丹麥珂 cv Postdoc Fellow
Research Interest: Observational astronomy, planetary astronomy, small bodies in the Solar System
Chen, Ying-Tung 陳英同 cv Postdoc Fellow
Research Interest: Optical data pipeline, Solar System Astronomy
King, Sun-Kun 金升光 cv Postdoc Fellow
Research Interest: Kuiper belt objects; Diffraction due to occultation
Pike, Rosemary 丹睿詩 cv Postdoc Fellow
Research Interest: Solar System: Trans-Neptunian Object Dynamics and Surfaces
Wang, Jen-Hung 汪仁鴻 cv Assistant Research Scientist
Research Interest: Optical Astronomy, Solar System Minor Bodies, Occultation Prediction, Solar System Ephemeris
Zhang, Zhi-Wei Kiwi 張智威 cv TAOS Supporting Engineer/Scientist
Research Interest: Trans-Neptunian Objects in outer Solar System
Lehner, Matthew 連馬修 cv Adjunct Research Fellow
Research Interest: Optical Astronomy,Trans-Neptunian Objects

Journal Papers (70)

  1. Hsieh HH, "Asteroid-comet continuum objects in the solar system" , Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: 375(2097), 20160259, May, 2017 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  2. Pike RE; Lawler,S; Brasser R; Shankman CJ; Alexandersen M; Kavelaars JJ, "The Structure of the Distant Kuiper Belt in a Nice Model Scenario" , AJ: 153(3), 127, March, 2017 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  3. Yen H-W; Takakuwa S; Chu Y-H; Hirano N; Ho PTP; Kanagawa, KD; Lee C-F; Liu HB; Liu S-Y; Matsumoto T; Matsushita S; ...; Tang Y-W; Trejo A; Wu C-J, "1000 AU Exterior Arcs Connected to the Protoplanetary Disk around HL Tau" , A&A, 2017, in Press [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  4. Alexandersen M; Gladman B; Kavelaars JJ; ...; Pike RE, "A Carefully Characterized and Tracked Trans-Neptunian Survey: The Size distribution of the Plutinos and the Number of Neptunian Trojans" , ApJ: 152(5), 111, Nov, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  5. Chen Y-T*; Lin HW; Holman MJ; ...; Wang SY; Lehner MJ, "Discovery of a New Retrograde Trans-Neptunian Object: Hint of a Common Orbital Plane for Low Semimajor Axis, High-inclination TNOs and Centaurs" , ApJL: 827(2), 24, Aug 20, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  6. Hirashita H; Koch PM; Matsushita S; Takakuwa S; Nakamura M; Asada K; Liu HB; Urata U; Wang M-J; Wang W-H; Takahashi S; Tang Y-W; Chang H-H; Huang K; Morata O; Otsuka M; Lin K-Y; Tsai A-L; Lin Y-T; Srinivasan S; Martin-Cocher P; Pu J-Y; Kemper F; Patel N; Grimes P; Huang Y-D; Han C-C; Huang Y-R; Nishioka H; Lin C-CL; Zhang Q; Keto E; Burgos R; Chen M-T; Inoue M; Ho PTP, "First-generation Science Cases for Ground-based Terahertz Telescopes" , PASJ: 68(1), R1, Feb, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  7. Yen H-W; Liu HY; Gu P-G; Hirano N; Lee C-F ; Puspitaningrum E; Takakuwa S, "Gas Gaps in the Protoplanetary Disk around the Young Protostar HL Tau" , ApJL: 820(2), L25, April 1, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  8. Yen HW; Koch PM ; Liu HY B; Puspitaningrum E; Hirano N; Lee CF; Takakuwa S, "Stacking Spectra in Protoplanetary Disks: Detecting Intensity Profiles from Hidden Molecular Lines in HD163296" , ApJL: 832(2), 204, Dec, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  9. Hsieh HH; Denneau L; Wainscoat RJ; et al., "The main-belt comets: The Pan-STARRS1 perspective" , Icarus: 248, 289-312, Mar 1, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  10. Hsieh HH; Hainaut O; Novaković B; et al., "Sublimation-Driven Activity in Main-Belt Comet 313p/Gibbs" , ApJL: 800(1), L16, Feb 10, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  11. Lee W-K*; Gu P-G, "The Effect of Vertical Temperature Gradient on the Propagation of Three-dimensional Waves in a Protoplanetary Disk" , ApJ: 814(1), 72, Nov 20, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  12. Brasser R; Ida S; Kokubo E, "A dynamical study on the habitability of terrestrial exoplanets II: The super Earth HD 40307 g" , MNRAS: 440(4), 3685-3700, June, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  13. Hasegawa Y; Hirashita H, "Planet Traps and First Planets: the Critical Metallicity for Gas Giant Formation" , ApJ: 788(1), 62, June 10, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  14. Hasegawa Y; Pudritz RE, "Planet Traps and Planetary Cores: Origins of the Planet-Metallicity Correlation" , ApJ: 794(1), 25, Oct 10, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  15. Hsieh HH, "The nucleus of main-belt Comet P/2010 R2 (La Sagra)" , Icarus: 243, 16-26, Nov, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  16. Hsieh HH; et al., "Search for the return of activity in active asteroid 176P/LINEAR" , AJ: 147(4), 89, April, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  17. Liu M-C, "On the Injection of Short-lived Radionuclides from a Supernova into the Solar Nebula: Constraints from the Oxygen Isotopes" , ApJL: 781(2), L28, Feb, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  18. Schwamb ME, "Solar System: Stranded in no-man's-land" , Nature: 507(7493), 435-436, March, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  19. Schwamb ME; Brown ME; Fraser WC, "The Small Numbers of Large Kuiper Belt Objects" , AJ: 147(1), 2, Jan, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  20. Takami M; Hasegawa Y; ...; Gu P-G; Dong R; Karr JL; ...; Chapillon E; Tang Y-W; et al., "Surface Geometry of Protoplanetary Disks Inferred From Near-Infrared Imaging Polarimetry" , ApJ: 795(1), 71, Nov, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  21. Tang Y-W; Dutrey A; Guilloteau S; ...; Ho PTP; et al., "Circumbinary Ring, Circumstellar Disks, and Accretion in the Binary System UY Aurigae" , ApJ: 793(1), 10, Sept 20, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  22. Tsai S-M; Dobbs-Dixon I; Gu P-G, "Three-dimensional Structures of Equatorial Waves and the Resulting Super-rotation in the Atmosphere of a Tidally Locked Hot Jupiter" , ApJ: 793(2), 141, Oct, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  23. Wang J-H; Brasser R, "An Oort cloud origin of the Halley-type comets" , A&A: 563, A122, Mar, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  24. Chang Y-L; Bodenheimer PH; Gu P-G, "Coupled Evolutions of the Stellar Obliquity, Orbital Distance, and Planet's Radius due to the Ohmic Dissipation Induced in a Diamagnetic Hot Jupiter around a Magnetic T Tauri Star" , ApJ: 757(2), 118, Oct 1, 2012 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  25. Hsieh H-F; Gu P-G, "On the Secular Behavior of Dust Particles in an Eccentric Protoplanetary Disk with an Embedded Massive Gas Giant Planet" , ApJ: 760(2), 119, Dec 1, 2012 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  26. Chang SH; Gu PG; Bodenheimer PH, "Tidal and Magnetic Interactions Between a Hot Jupiter and its Host Star in the Magnetospheric Cavity of a Protoplanetary Disk" , ApJ: 708(2), 1692-1702, Jan 10, 2010 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  27. Gu PG, "[News & Views] Extrasolar planets: Larger than they ought to be" , Nature: 465(7296), 300-301, May 20, 2010 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  28. Gu PG; Ogilvie GI, "Diurnal thermal tides in a non-synchronized hot Jupiter" , MNRAS: 395(1), 422-435, May 1, 2009 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  29. Gu PG; Suzuki TK, "Thermal Response of a Solar-like Atmosphere to an Electron Beam from a Hot Jupiter: A Numerical Experiment" , ApJ: 705(2), 1189-1195, Nov 10, 2009 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  30. Gu PG; Shkolnik E; Li SL; et al., "Interactions between hot Jupiters and their host stars" , AN: 326(10), 909-912, Dec, 2005 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  31. Gu PG; Bodenheimer PH; Lin DNC, "The Internal Structural Adjustment Due to Tidal Heating of Short-Period Inflated Giant Planets" , ApJ: 608(2), 1076-1094, Jun 20, 2004 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  32. Gu PG; Lin DNC; Bodenheimer PH, "The effect of tidal inflation instability on the mass and dynamical evolution of extrasolar planets with ultrashort periods" , ApJ: 588(1), 509-534, May 1, 2003 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  33. Gu PG, "Vorticity budget of weak thermal convection in Keplerian disks" , ApJ: 540(1), 404-411, Sep 1, 2000 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  34. Donati J-F; Yu L; Moutou C; ...; Takami M; et al., "The hot Jupiter of the magnetically active weak-line T Tauri star V830 Tau" , MNRAS: 465(3), 3343-3360, March, 2017 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  35. Dutrey A; ...; Tang Y-W; et al., "Ongoing planet formation in the young multiple low-mass stellar system GG Tau" , Nature, 2017, in Press [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  36. Garcia EV; Currie T; Guyon O; ...; Takami M; Takato N; et al., "SCExAO and GPI Y JHBand Photometry and Integral Field Spectroscopy of the Young Brown Dwarf Companion to HD 1160" , ApJ: 834(2), 162, Jan, 2017 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  37. Asensio-Torres R; Janson M; Hashimoto J; ...; Takami M; et al., "Polarimetry and flux distribution in the debris disk around HD 32297" , A&A: 593, A73, Sept, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  38. Bannister MT; Alexandersen M; Benecchi SD; Chen Y-T; ...; Lehner MJ; ...; Schwamb ME; ...; Wang S-Y; et al., "OSSOS: IV. Discovery of a dwarf planet candidate in the 9:2 resonance with Neptune" , AJ: 152(6), 212, Dec, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  39. Bannister MT; Kavelaars JJ; Petit J-M; ...; Chen Y-T; ...; Alexandersen M; ...; ...; Lehner MJ; ...; Schwamb ME; ...; Wang S-Y, "The Outer Solar System Origins Survey. I. Design and First-quarter Discoveries" , AJ: 152(3), 70, Sept, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  40. Barr AC; Schwamb ME, "Interpreting the Densities of the Kuiper Belt's Dwarf Planets" , MNRAS: 460(2), 1542-1548, Aug 1, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  41. Donati JF; Moutou C; Malo L; ...; Takami M; et al., "A hot Jupiter orbiting a 2-million-year-old solar-mass T Tauri star" , Nature: 534(7609), 662, June, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  42. Fraser WC; Alexandersen M; Schwamb ME; et al., "TRIPPy: Trailed Image Photometry in Python" , AJ: 151(6), 158, June, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  43. Kimura M; Isogai K; Kato T; ...; Chen Y-T; King S-K; Wen C-Y; Wang SY; Lehner MJ; Schwamb ME; Wang JH; Zhang Z-W; ...;Cook KH; Kim D-W; Lee T;et al. (the TAOS collaboration), "Repetitive Patterns in Rapid Optical Variations in the Nearby Black-hole Binary V404 Cygni" , Nature: 529(7584), 54-58, Jan, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  44. Lin HW; Chen Y-T; et al., "The Pan-STARRS 1 Discoveries of Five New Neptune Trojans" , AJ: 152(5), 147, Nov, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  45. Ryu T; Sato B; Kuzuhara M; ...; Takami M; et al., "High-contrast Imaging of Intermediate-mass Giants with Long-term Radial Velocity Trends" , ApJ: 825(2), 127, July 10, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  46. Schmitt JR; Tokovinin A; Wang J; ...; Schwamb ME; et al., "Planet Hunters. X. Searching for Nearby Neighbors of 75 Planet and Eclipsing Binary Candidates from the K2 Kepler extended mission" , AJ: 151(6), 159, June, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  47. Shankman C.; Kavelaars JJ.; Gladman BJ; Alexandersen M; ...; Chen Y-T; et al., "OSSOS. II. A Sharp Transition in the Absolute Magnitude Distribution of the Kuiper Belt’s Scattering Population" , AJ: 151(2), 31, Feb, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  48. Thompson MA*; Scicluna P; Kemper F; …; Morata O; …; Ho PTP; et al., "Constraints on the circumstellar dust around KIC 8462852" , MNRAS: 458(1), L39-L43, May, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  49. Volk K; Murray-Clay R; Gladman B; ...; Alexandersen M; Chen Y-T; et al., "OSSOS III—Resonant Trans-Neptunian Populations: Constraints from the first quarter of the Outer Solar System Origins Survey" , AJ: 152(1), 23, July, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  50. ALMA Partnership; Brogan CL; ...; Matsushita S; ...; Takahashi S; Lee C-F; ...; Takakuwa S; ...; Liu H-Y; et al., "The 2014 ALMA Long Baseline Campaign: First Results from High Angular Resolution Observations toward the HL Tau Region" , ApJL: 808(1), L3, July 20, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  51. Denneau L; Jedicke R; Fitzsimmons A; Hsieh H; et al., "Observational constraints on the catastrophic disruption rate of small main belt asteroids" , Icarus: 245, 1-15, Jan 1, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  52. Jewitt D; Hsieh H; Agarwal J, "The active asteroids" , Asteroids IV, 221–241, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  53. Lin HW; Yoshida F; Chen YT; Ip WH; Chang CK, "A search for subkilometer-sized ordinary chondrite like asteroids in the main-belt" , Icarus: 254, 202-212, July 1, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  54. Bonnefoy M; Currie T; Marleau G-D; ...; Takami M; et al., "Characterization of the gaseous companion κ Andromedae b. New Keck and LBTI high-contrast observations" , A&A: 562, A111, Feb, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  55. Boxe CS; Francisco JS; Shia R-L; Yung YL; Nair H; Liang M-C; Saiz-Lopez A, "New insights into martian atmospheric chemistry" , Icarus: 242, 97-104., Nov 1, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  56. Brandt TD; Kuzuhara M; McElwain MW; ...; Takami M; et al., "The Moving Group Targets of the SEEDS High-contrast Imaging Survey of Exoplanets and Disks: Results and Observations from the First Three Years" , ApJ: 786(1), 1, May, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  57. Brandt TD; McElwain MW; Turner EL; ...; Takami M; et al., "A Statistical Analysis of SEEDS and Other High-contrast Exoplanet Surveys: Massive Planets or Low-mass Brown Dwarfs?" , ApJ: 794(2), 159, Oct 20, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  58. Cordiner MA; Nixon CA; Teanby NA; ...; Kuan Y-J; Remijan AJ, "ALMA Measurements of the HNC and HC3N Distributions in Titan's Atmosphere" , ApJL: 795(2), L30, Nov, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
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  60. Gicquel A; Milam SN; Villanueva GL; ...; Kuan YJ, "Ground-based Multiwavelength Observations of Comet 103P/Hartley 2" , ApJ: 794(1), 10, Oct 10, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
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  62. Lin YC; Huh CA; Hsu SC; Lin CY; Liang MC; Lin PH, "Stratospheric influence on the concentration and seasonal cycle of lower tropospheric ozone: Observation at Mount Hehuan, Taiwan" , J Geophys Res Space Atmo: 119(6), 3527-3536, Mar 27, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  63. Mohn J; Wolf B; Toyoda S; Lin CT; Liang MC; et al., "Interlaboratory assessment of nitrous oxide isotopomer analysis by isotope ratio mass spectrometry and laser spectroscopy: current status and perspectives" , Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom.: 28(18), 1995-2007, Sept 30, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
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