A survey of 10-μm silicate emission from dust around young sun-like stars ☆

  title={A survey of 10-$\mu$m silicate emission from dust around young sun-like stars ☆},
  author={Eric Gaidos and Christopher Duro Koresko},
  journal={New Astronomy},

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