Characterization of Dusty Debris Disks: The IRAS and Hipparcos Catalogs

@article{Rhee2007CharacterizationOD,
  title={Characterization of Dusty Debris Disks: The IRAS and Hipparcos Catalogs},
  author={Joseph H. Rhee and Inseok Song and Ben Zuckerman and Michael W. McElwain},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={660},
  pages={1556 - 1571}
}
Dusty debris disks around main-sequence stars are signposts for the existence of planetesimals and exoplanets. From cross-correlating Hipparcos stars with the IRAS catalogs, we identify 146 stars within 120 pc of Earth that show excess emission at 60 μm. This search took special precautions to avoid false positives. Our sample is reasonably well distributed from late B to early K-type stars, but it contains very few later type stars. Even though IRAS flew more than 20 years ago and many… 
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