Submillimeter observations of IRAS and WISE debris disk candidates

@article{Bulger2013SubmillimeterOO,
  title={Submillimeter observations of IRAS and WISE debris disk candidates},
  author={J. Bulger and T. Hufford and A. Schneider and J. Patience and I. Song and R. Rosa and A. Rajan and C. Dowell and D. McCarthy and C. Kulesa},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2013},
  volume={556}
}
  • J. Bulger, T. Hufford, +7 authors C. Kulesa
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • A set of six debris disk candidates identified with IRAS or WISE excesses were observed at either 350 μm or 450 μm with the Caltech Submillimeter Observatory. Five of the targets – HIP 51658, HIP 68160, HIP 73512, HIP 76375, and HIP 112460 – have among the largest measured excess emission from cold dust from IRAS in the 25–100 μm bands. Single temperature blackbody fits to the excess dust emission of these sources predict 350–450 μm fluxes above 240 mJy. The final target – HIP 73165 – exhibits… CONTINUE READING

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