Chinese Science Bulletin, Volume 65 , Issue 34 : 3873-3877(2020) https://doi.org/10.1360/TB-2020-0961

51 Pegasi b: The planet that started the revolution of exoplanet research

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马波 中山大学物理与天文学院副教授. 本科毕业于南京大学天文系, 2015年于美国佛罗里达大学天文系获得博士学位. 主要研究方向是太阳系外行星探测、高分辨率光谱仪的研发使用和高能天体物理.

余聪 中山大学物理与天文学院教授. 本科毕业于云南大学物理系, 2005年于中国科学院云南天文台获得博士学位. 主要研究方向是天体物理中的流体和磁流体动力学过程研究.


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