M-TYPE VEGA-LIKE STARS

@article{Song2002MTYPEVS,
  title={M-TYPE VEGA-LIKE STARS},
  author={Inseok Song and Alycia J. Weinberger and Eric Edward Becklin and Ben Zuckerman and C. Chen},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={124},
  pages={514-518}
}
We carried out a search for M-type Vega-like stars by correlating the IRAS Faint Source Catalog with Hipparcos-selected M-type stars. Three stars with apparent IRAS 25 μm excess emission are shown instead to be non–IR-excess stars from ground-based 11.7 and 17.9 μm photometry. Two stars previously suggested to have Vega-like mid-IR excess are also shown to be nonexcess stars. These results imply that other suggested mid–IR-excess stars in the literature may also be false excess stars. Detection… 

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