Nearby Debris Disk Systems with High Fractional Luminosity Reconsidered

@article{Mor2006NearbyDD,
  title={Nearby Debris Disk Systems with High Fractional Luminosity Reconsidered},
  author={Attila Mo{\'o}r and P{\'e}ter {\'A}brah{\'a}m and Al{\'i}z Derekas and Cs. P. Kiss and L{\'a}szl{\'o} L. Kiss and D{\'a}niel Apai and Carol A. Grady and Th. Henning},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={644},
  pages={525 - 542}
}
By searching the IRAS and ISO databases, we compiled a list of 60 debris disks that exhibit the highest fractional luminosity values (fd > 10-4) in the vicinity of the Sun (d < 120 pc). Eleven out of these 60 systems are new discoveries. Special care was taken to exclude bogus disks from the sample. We computed the fractional luminosity values using available IRAS, ISO, and Spitzer data and analyzed the Galactic space velocities of the objects. The results revealed that stars with disks of high… 

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