Coronagraphic Imaging of Debris Disks From a High Altitude Balloon Platform

@inproceedings{Unwin2012CoronagraphicIO,
  title={Coronagraphic Imaging of Debris Disks From a High Altitude Balloon Platform},
  author={Stephen D. Unwin and Wesley A. Traub and Geoffrey Bryden and Paul Brugarolas and Pin Chen and Olivier Guyon and L. A. Hillenbrand and John E. Krist and Bruce A. Macintosh and Dimitri P. Mawet and Bertrand Mennesson and Dwight C. Moody and Lewis C. Roberts and Karl Stapelfeldt and David Stuchl{\'i}k and John Trauger and Gautam Vasisht},
  year={2012}
}
Debris disks around nearby stars are tracers of the planet formation process, and they are a key element of our understanding of the formation and evolution of extrasolar planetary systems. With multi-color images of a significant number of disks, we can probe important questions: can we learn about planetary system evolution; what materials are the disks… CONTINUE READING