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Determining the Origin of Inner Planetary System Debris Orbiting the Dustiest Main Sequence Stars

  • Carl Melis (a1), B. Zuckerman (a2), Joseph H. Rhee (a3), Inseok Song (a4), S. J. Murphy (a5) and M. S. Bessell (a5)...

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We develop a means to distinguish between warm dusty circumstellar debris disks produced by steady state collisional evolution of a planetesimal belt or through transient events.

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Determining the Origin of Inner Planetary System Debris Orbiting the Dustiest Main Sequence Stars

  • Carl Melis (a1), B. Zuckerman (a2), Joseph H. Rhee (a3), Inseok Song (a4), S. J. Murphy (a5) and M. S. Bessell (a5)...

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