Submillimetre images of dusty debris around nearby stars

@article{Holland1998SubmillimetreIO,
  title={Submillimetre images of dusty debris around nearby stars},
  author={Wayne S. Holland and Jane Greaves and Ben Zuckerman and Richard Albert Webb and Chris McCarthy and Iain M. Coulson and Dolores M. Walther and William R. F. Dent and Walter Gear and Ian Robson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1998},
  volume={392},
  pages={788-791}
}
Indirect detections of massive — presumably Jupiter-like — planets orbiting nearby Sun-like stars have recently been reported,. Rocky, Earth-like planets are much more difficult to detect, but clues to their possible existence can nevertheless be obtained from observations of the circumstellar debris disks of dust from which they form. The presence of such disks has been inferred from excess far-infrared emission but, with the exception of β Pictoris, it has proved difficult to image these… 
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