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MAMBO image of the debris disk around epsilon Eridani : robustness of the azimuthal structure
The debris disk closest to Earth is the one around the star epsilon Eridani at a distance of 3.2 pc. It is the prime target for detailed studies of a belt of planetesimals left from the early phaseExpand
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A DEBRIS disk around the planet hosting M-star GJ 581 spatially resolved with Herschel
Debris disks have been found primarily around intermediate and solar mass stars (spectral types A-K) but rarely around low mass M-type stars. We have spatially resolved a debris disk around theExpand
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New constraints on the millimetre emission of six debris discs
The presence of dusty debris around main-sequence stars denotes the existence of planetary systems. Such debris discs are often identified by the presence of excess continuum emission at infrared andExpand
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Numerical search for a potential planet sculpting the young disc of HD 115600
Radial and azimuthal features (such as disc offsets and eccentric rings) seen in high resolution images of debris discs, provide us with the unique opportunity of finding potential planetaryExpand
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Numerical predictions for planets in the debris discs of HD 202628 and HD 207129
Resolved debris disc images can exhibit a range of radial and azimuthal structures, including gaps and rings, which can result from planetary companions shaping the disc by their gravitationalExpand
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Measuring traffic congestion: An approach based on learning weighted inequality, spread and aggregation indices from comparison data
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We investigate the use of weighted congestion indices based on various aggregation and spread functions, which provide summaries of a dataset’s variation. Expand
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Stable habitable zones of single Jovian planet systems
With continued improvement in telescope sensitivity and observational techniques, the search for rocky planets in stellar habitable zones is entering an exciting era. With so many exoplanetaryExpand
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A dynamical test for terrestrial planets in the habitable zone of HD 204313
With improvements in exoplanet detection techniques, the number of multiple planet systems discovered is increasing, while the detection of potentially habitable Earth-mass planets remainsExpand
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Tidal Stability of Giant Molecular Clouds in the Large Magellanic Cloud
Star formation does not occur until the onset of gravitational collapse inside giant molecular clouds. However, the conditions that initiate cloud collapse and regulate the star formation processExpand
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