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News Release 16 of 954

April 24, 2014 02:00 PM (EDT)

News Release Number: STScI-2014-16

Astronomical Forensics Uncover Planetary Disks in Hubble Archive

Technical facts about this news release:

About the Object
Object Description: Circumstellar Disks
Object Names and
Positions (J2000):
Name R.A. Dec.
HD 30447 4h 46m 49s.53 -26° 18' 8".84
HD 35841 5h 26m 36s.59 -22° 29' 23".72
HD 141943 15h 53m 27s.30 -42° 16' 0".72
HD 191089 20h 9m 5s.21 -26° 13' 26".53
HD 202917 21h 20m 49s.93 -53° 2' 2".29
About the Data
Data
Description:
Name Proposal Filters Exposure Year
HD 30447 10177 (PI: G. Schneider, U. of Arizona) F110W 2005
HD 35841 10177 (PI: G. Schneider, U. of Arizona F110W 2005
HD 141943 10527 (PI: D. Hines, STScI)
10849 (PI: S. Metchev, Stonybrook U.)
F110W and F160W 2006, 2007
HD 191089 10527 (PI: D. Hines, STScI)
10849 (PI: S. Metchev, Stonybrook U.)
F110W 2007
HD 202917 10527 (PI: D. Hines, STScI)
10849 (PI: S. Metchev, Stonybrook U.)
7226 (PI: E. Becklin, UCLA )
F110W and F160W 1999, 2007
Instrument: NICMOS
About the Release
Credit: NASA, ESA, and R. Soummer (STScI)
Release Date: April 24, 2014
Orientation/Scale: NICMOS Archival Images of Five Debris Disks