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1998A&A...329L..53D - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 329, L53-56 (1998/1-3)

A Vega-like disk associated with the planetary system of ρ1 Cnc.

DOMINIK C., LAUREIJS R.J., JOURDAIN DE MUIZON M. and HABING H.J.

Abstract (from CDS):

The star ρ1 Cnc is among the first 10 stars which have been shown to host a planet. Following the discovery of the planet in 1996 we have obtained ISO observations in May 1996. The observations show that ρ1 Cnc has a 25µm flux consistent (within the errors) with photospheric origin, and an excess of 170±30mJy at 60µm. We interprete this excess as emission from dust grains in a Vega-like disk located approximately 60AU from the star, containing at least 4x10–5M of material.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: planetary systems - stars: general - stars: individual: ρ1 Cnc (HR 3522) - Infrared: stars

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