HR 8799




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Disk Major Axis "
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# References
23 07 28.71+21 08 03.3DebrisA5?5.8402526http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2009ApJ...705..314S1.57010
 

Notes:

Two dust belts separated by three directly-detected planets

References:

Remnant Gas in Evolved Circumstellar Disks: Herschel PACS Observations of 10-100 Myr Old Disk Systems

Geers, V.C. et al. 2012 Ap.J. 755 8

Herschel non-detection of [O I] emission

Resolved Submillimeter Observations of the HR 8799 and HD 107146 Debris Disks

Hughes, A.M. et al. 2011 Ap.J. 740 38

1 other objects in this reference

SMA 880 um continuum mapping

The Debris Disk Around HR 8799

*Su, K.Y.L. et al. 2009 Ap.J. 705 314

Resolved at 24 and 70 microns

Spitzer/MIPS 70 micron image
Solar System Analogs Around IRAS-Discovered Debris Disks

Chen, C.H. et al. 2009 Ap.J. 701 1367

2 other objects in this reference

SED modeling

A possible architecture of the planetary system HR 8799

Reidemesiter, M. et al. 2009 A.&A. 503 247

Direct Imaging of Multiple Planets Orbiting the Star HR 8799

Marois, C. et al. 2008 Science 322 1348

Characterization of Dusty Debris Disks: The IRAS and Hipparcos Catalogs

Rhee, J.H. et al. 2007 Ap.J. 660 1556

3 other objects in this reference

Spitzer IRS Spectroscopy of IRAS-discovered Debris Disks

Chen, C.H. et al. 2006 Ap.J.S. 166 351

6 other objects in this reference

Nearby Debris Disk Systems with High Fractional Luminosity Reconsidered

Moor, A., Abraham, P., Derekas, A., Kiss, Cs., Kiss, L. L., Apai, D., Grady, C., Henning, Th., 2006, ApJ, 644, 525

2 other objects in this reference

The Dust Properties of Eight Debris Disk Candidates as Determined by Submillimeter Photometry

Williams, J.P. And Andrews, S.M. 2006 Ap.J. 653 1480