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By Scott J. Kenyon and Benjamin C. Bromley

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We use a multiannulus accretion code to investigate debris disks in the terrestrial zone, at 0.7–1.3 AU around a 1 M ⊙ star. Terrestrial planet formation produces a bright dusty ring of debris with a lifetime of � 10 6 yr. The early phases of terrestrial planet formation are observable with current facilities; the late stages require more advanced instruments with adaptive optics. Subject headings: planetary systems – solar system: formation – stars: formation – circumstellar matter 1

Year: 2004
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