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A steeper than linear disk mass-stellar mass scaling relation
NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Research Grant [1515392]; National Science Foundation of China [11473005]; Italian Ministero dell'Istruzione, Universita e Ricerca through the grant Progetti PremialiExpand
DISK IMAGING SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY WITH SMA. II. SOUTHERN SKY PROTOPLANETARY DISK DATA AND FULL SAMPLE STATISTICS
This is the second in a series of papers based on data from DISCS, a Submillimeter Array observing program aimed at spatially and spectrally resolving the chemical composition of 12 protoplanetaryExpand
Formation and evolution of planetary systems : properties of debris dust around solar-type stars
We present Spitzer photometric (IRAC and MIPS) and spectroscopic (IRS low resolution) observations for 314 stars in the Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems Legacy program. These data areExpand
A STELLAR-MASS-DEPENDENT DROP IN PLANET OCCURRENCE RATES
The Kepler spacecraft has discovered a large number of planets with up to one-year periods and down to terrestrial sizes. While the majority of the target stars are main-sequence dwarfs of spectralExpand
The Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems: Grain Growth and Chemical Processing of Dust in T Tauri Systems
This paper is one in a series presenting results obtained within the Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems (FEPS) Legacy Science Program on the Spitzer Space Telescope. Here we present aExpand
The complete census of 70 μm-bright debris disks within "the formation and evolution of planetary systems" Spitzer legacy survey of sun-like stars
We report detection of cool dust surrounding solar-type stars from observations performed as part of the Spitzer Legacy Science Program FEPS. From a sample of 328 stars having ages ~0.003-3 Gyr weExpand
The 2D continuum radiative transfer problem - Benchmark results for disk configurations
We present benchmark problems and solutions for the continuum radiative transfer (RT) in a 2D disk configuration. The reliability of three Monte-Carlo and two grid-based codes is tested by comparingExpand
Detection of [Ne II] Emission from Young Circumstellar Disks
We report the detection of [Ne II] emission at 12.81 μm in four out of the six optically thick dust disks observed as part of the FEPS Spitzer Legacy program. In addition, we detect a H I (7-6)Expand
FU Orionis: A Binary Star?
By using the Adaptive Optics with a Laser for Astronomy system at the 3.6 m telescope of the Calar Alto Observatory, we detected a faint red star in the apparent vicinity of FU Ori, the prototype ofExpand
THE DIFFERENT EVOLUTION OF GAS AND DUST IN DISKS AROUND SUN-LIKE AND COOL STARS
Planet formation is profoundly impacted by the properties of protoplanetary disks and their central star. However, how disk properties vary with stellar parameters remains poorly known. Here, weExpand
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