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The Surprisingly Low Carbon Mass in the Debris Disk around HD 32297

30 Apr 2020, 16:00 UTC
The Surprisingly Low Carbon Mass in the Debris Disk around HD 32297
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Gianni Cataldi et al 2020 ApJ 892 99
ALMA observations reveal a very low mass of neutral carbon in the CO-rich debris disk around the star HD 32297, possibly suggesting the capture of carbon onto dust grains, followed by rapid CO re-formation and rerelease.

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