EAS Publications Series
Volume 33, 20082nd ARENA Conference: The Astrophysical Science Cases at Dome C
|Page(s)||49 - 56|
|Published online||13 November 2008|
H. Zinnecker, N. Epchtein and H. Rauer (eds)
EAS Publications Series, 33 (2008) 49-56
Future projects in asteroseismology: the unique role of Antarctica
LESIA, Observatoire de Paris/CNRS UMR 8109, 92195 Meudon, France
2 Observatoire de Paris/LESIA, IAP, IAS, UNSA/LUAN, OMP/LATT, OCA, SESO
Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Asteroseismology requires observables registered in stringent conditions: very high sensitivity, uninterrupted time series, long duration. These specifications then allow to study the details of the stellar interior structure. Space-borne and ground-based asteroseismic projects are presented and compared. With CoRoT as a precursor, then Kepler and maybe Plato, the roadmap in space appears to be precisely designed. In parallel, ground-based projects are necessary to provide different and unique information on bright stars with Doppler measurements. Dome C appears to be the ideal place for ground-based asteroseismic observations. The unequalled weather conditions yield a duty cycle comparable to space. Long time series (up to 3 months) will be possible, thanks to the long duration of the polar night.
© EAS, EDP Sciences, 2008
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