High-contrast imaging search for planets and brown dwarfs around the most massive stars in the solar neighborhood

@article{Janson2011HighcontrastIS,
  title={High-contrast imaging search for planets and brown dwarfs around the most massive stars in the solar neighborhood},
  author={M. Janson and M. Bonavita and H. Klahr and D. Lafren{\`i}ere and R. Jayawardhana and H. Zinnecker},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={736},
  pages={89}
}
There has been a long-standing discussion in the literature as to whether core accretion or disk instability is the dominant mode of planet formation. Over the last decade, several lines of evidence have been presented showing that core accretion is most likely the dominant mechanism for the close-in population of planets probed by radial velocity and transits. However, this does not by itself prove that core accretion is the dominant mode for the total planet population, since disk instability… Expand
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