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A MAGELLAN MIKE AND SPITZER MIPS STUDY OF 1.5-1.0 M ☉ STARS IN SCORPIUS-CENTAURUS
We obtained Spitzer Space Telescope Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer (MIPS) 24 μm and 70 μm observations of 182 nearby, Hipparcos F- and G-type common proper motion single and binary systemsExpand
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The Debris Disk Around HR 8799
We have obtained a full suite of Spitzer observations to characterize the debris disk around HR 8799 and to explore how its properties are related to the recently discovered set of three massiveExpand
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The 24 Micron Source Counts in Deep Spitzer Space Telescope Surveys
Galaxy source counts in the infrared provide strong constraints on the evolution of the bolometric energy output from distant galaxy populations. We present the results from deep 24 μm imaging fromExpand
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Infrared spectra and photometry of complete samples of PG and 2MASS quasars
As a step toward a comprehensive overview of the infrared diagnostics of the central engines and host galaxies of quasars at low redshift, we present Spitzer Space Telescope spectroscopic (5-40Expand
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Spatially Resolved Ultraviolet, Hα, Infrared, and Radio Star Formation in M81
We present Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer (MIPS) observations of M81 at 24, 70, and 160 μm. The grand design nature of M81 is clearly seen, showing two well-resolved spiral arms containingExpand
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AN INFRARED NEBULA ASSOCIATED WITH δ CEPHEI: EVIDENCE OF MASS LOSS?
United States. Dept. of Defense. ASSURE Program (National Science Foundation (U.S.). Research Experience for Undergraduates (Program). Grant 0754568)
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The LEECH Exoplanet Imaging Survey. Further constraints on the planet architecture of the HR 8799 system
© ESO, 2015. Context. Astrometric monitoring of directly imaged exoplanets allows the study of their orbital parameters and system architectures. Because most directly imaged planets have longExpand
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Exo-zodi Modeling for the Large Binocular Telescope Interferometer
Habitable zone dust levels are a key unknown that must be understood to ensure the success of future space missions to image Earth analogs around nearby stars. Current detection limits are severalExpand
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Spitzer search for dust disks around central stars of planetary nebulae
Two types of dust disks have been discovered around white dwarfs (WDs): small dust disks within the Roche limits of their WDs and large dust disks around hot WDs extending to radial distances ofExpand
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