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Global Analysis of the TRAPPIST Survey (Cavendish)

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The TRAPPIST telescope has been observing late M dwarfs and brown dwarfs for the past 8 years. Its findings include the famous TRAPPIST -1 system consisting of 7 transiting Earth-sized planets.

I will present a global analysis of the TRAPPIST survey including a sensitivity analysis and an estimate of the lower limit of the occurrence rate of Earth-sized planets with short orbital periods.

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

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