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List of stars with proplyds

This is a list of stars with proplyds (protoplanetary discs) and includes whether they have gaps or planets.

Contents

  • Lists of proplyds 1
    • List of proplyds with gaps 1.1
    • List of proplyds without gaps 1.2
    • List of extremes 1.3
    • List of firsts 1.4
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Lists of proplyds

List of proplyds with gaps

(list is very incomplete)

When planets are confirmed (if no planet before), please move to the List of extrasolar planets
Color Key
No known planet
Planet

List of proplyds without gaps

(list is very incomplete)
Color Key
No known planet
Planet

List of extremes

This list contains the largest, smallest, oldest, youngest.

(list is very incomplete)

List of firsts

This list contains firsts.

(list is very incomplete)


See also

References

  1. ^ Catalog of Resolved Circumstellar Disks - HD 100546
  2. ^ SpaceDaily, "NASA's Hubble Uncovers Evidence of Farthest Planet Forming From its Star", 18 June 2013
  3. ^ Sandell, Goran et al. (1991) NGC 1333 IRAS 4 - A very young, low-luminosity binary system

External links

  • SpaceDaily: NASA's Spitzer Digs Up Troves of Possible Solar Systems in Orion Aug 17, 2006


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