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Characterizing the morphology of the debris disk around the low-mass star GSC 07396-00759
Context. Debris disks have commonly been studied around intermediate-mass stars. Their intense radiation fields are believed to e ciently remove the small dust grains that are constantly replenished by collisions. For ...
Cronomoons: origin, dynamics, and light-curve features of ringed exomoons
In recent years, technical and theoretical work to detect moons and rings around exoplanets has been attempted. The small mass/size ratios between moons and planets means this is very challenging, having only one exoplanetary ...
The protoplanetary disc around HD 169142: circumstellar or circumbinary?
Stellar binaries represent a substantial fraction of stellar systems, especially among young stellar objects. Accordingly, binaries play an important role in setting the architecture of a large number of protoplanetary ...
The vertical structure of debris disks and the impact of gas.
The vertical structure of debris disks provides clues about their dynamical evolution and the collision rate of the unseen planetesimals. Thanks to the ever-increasing angular resolution of contemporary instruments and ...