MAMBO image of the debris disk around epsilon Eridani : robustness of the azimuthal structure

  title={MAMBO image of the debris disk around epsilon Eridani : robustness of the azimuthal structure},
  author={J. Lestrade and E. Thilliez},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  • J. Lestrade, E. Thilliez
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
  • The debris disk closest to Earth is the one around the star epsilon Eridani at a distance of 3.2 pc. It is the prime target for detailed studies of a belt of planetesimals left from the early phase of planet formation other than the Kuiper Belt. The non-uniform ring-like structure around epsilon Eridani, originally discovered at lambda=850 microns with the bolometer camera SCUBA, could be the signpost of unseen long-period planets interior to the disk that gravitationally interact with it… CONTINUE READING
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