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Observational consequences of planet migration

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Recent observations of protoplanetary discs show spectacular structures such as rings and gaps. Some of these structures are due to planets but the effect of planet migration has not been considered fully. I will talk about how planet migration can affect these structures and whether such effects are detectable using synthetic multi- wavelength ALMA observations. I will talk about three morphologies that a migrating planet can produce depending on its speed and whether it is possible to distinguish a migrating planet from other mechanisms producing similar effects.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Coffee talks series.

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