Workshop Summary: Exoplanet Orbits and Dynamics

Anne Lise Maire, Laetitia Delrez, Francisco J. Pozuelos, Juliette Becker, Nestor Espinoza, Jorge Lillo-Box, Alexandre Revol, Olivier Absil, Eric Agol, José M. Almenara, Guillem Anglada-Escudé, Hervé Beust, Sarah Blunt, Emeline Bolmont, Mariangela Bonavita, Wolfgang Brandner, G. Mirek Brandt, Timothy D. Brandt, Garett Brown, Carles Cantero MitjansCarolina Charalambous, Gaël Chauvin, Alexandre C.M. Correia, Miles Cranmer, Denis Defrère, Magali Deleuil, Brice Olivier Demory, Robert J. De Rosa, Silvano Desidera, Martín Dévora-Pajares, Rodrigo F. Díaz, Clarissa Do Ó, Elsa Ducrot, Trent J. Dupuy, Rodrigo Ferrer-Chávez, Clémence Fontanive, Michaël Gillon, Cristian Giuppone, Leonardos Gkouvelis, Gabriel de Oliveira Gomes, Sérgio R.A. Gomes, Maximilian N. Günther, Sam Hadden, Yinuo Han, David M. Hernandez, Emmanuel Jehin, Stephen R. Kane, Pierre Kervella, Flavien Kiefer, Quinn M. Konopacky, Maud Langlois, Benjamin Lanssens, Cecilia Lazzoni, Monika Lendl, Yiting Li, Anne Sophie Libert, Flavia Lovos, Romina G. Miculán, Zachary Murray, Enric Pallé, Hanno Rein, Laetitia Rodet, Arnaud Roisin, Johannes Sahlmann, Robert Siverd, Manu Stalport, Juan Carlos Suárez, Daniel Tamayo, Jean Teyssandier, Antoine Thuillier, Mathilde Timmermans, Amaury H.M.J. Triaud, Trifon Trifonov, Ema F.S. Valente, Valérie Van Grootel, Malavika Vasist, Jason J. Wang, Mark C. Wyatt, Jerry Xuan, Steven Young, Neil T. Zimmerman

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Exoplanetary systems show a wide variety of architectures, which can be explained by different formation and dynamical evolution processes. Precise orbital monitoring is mandatory to accurately constrain their orbital and dynamical parameters. Although major observational and theoretical advances have been made in understanding the architecture and dynamical properties of exoplanetary systems, many outstanding questions remain. This paper aims to give a brief review of a few current challenges in orbital and dynamical studies of exoplanetary systems and a few future prospects for improving our knowledge. Joint data analyses from several techniques are providing precise measurements of orbits and masses for a growing sample of exoplanetary systems, both with close-in orbits and with wide orbits, as well as different evolutionary stages. The sample of young planets detected around stars with circumstellar disks is also growing, allowing for simultaneous studies of planets and their birthplace environments. These analyses will expand with ongoing and future facilities from both ground and space, allowing for detailed tests of formation, evolution, and atmospheric models of exoplanets. Moreover, these detailed analyses may offer the possibility of finding missing components of exoplanetary systems, such as exomoons, or even finding new exotic configurations such as co-orbital planets. In addition to unveiling the architecture of planetary systems, precise measurements of orbital parameters and stellar properties—in combination with more realistic models for tidal interactions and the integration of such models in N-body codes—will improve the inference of the past history of mature exoplanetary systems in close-in orbits. These improvements will allow a better understanding of planetary formation and evolution, placing the solar system in context.

langue originaleAnglais
Numéro d'article106001
journalPublications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Numéro de publication1052
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Etat de la publicationPublié - 1 oct. 2023

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