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Decade of Extrasolar Planets around Normal Stars by Livio, Mario, et al.
Decade of Extrasolar Planets around Normal Stars
by Livio, Mario, et al.
 
Humans have long thought that planetary systems similar to our own should exist around stars other than the Sun, yet the search for planets outside our Solar System has had a dismal history of discoveries that could not be confirmed. However, this all changed in 1995, with the past decade witnessing astonishing progress in this field; we now know of more than 200 extrasolar planets. These findings mark crucial milestones in the search for extraterrestrial life - arguably one of the most intriguing endeavors of modern science. These proceedings from the Space Telescope Science Institute Symposium on Extrasolar Planets explore one of the hottest topics in astronomy today. Discussions include the Kepler mission, observational constraints on dust disk lifetimes and the implications for planet formation, and gravitational instabilities in protoplanetary disks. With review papers written by world experts in their fields, this is an important resource on extrasolar planets.
 
Published 20080605 by Cambridge, Hardcover, 196 Pages, ISBN: 9780521897846, ISBN-10: 052189784X, List Price $180.00.

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