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  1. Dec 05,  · The star system Beta Pictoris in the Easel constellation is a young, bright star that recently entered the main sequence. In the First Century AT, it was noted for having a substantial protoplanetary disk and a number of large planets.
  2. Beta Pictoris was found to be an unexpectedly strong source of thermal radiation (from dust) by the IRAS satellite in Soon after, Smith and Terrile discovered an optical disk around the star. The spectrum of Beta Pic shows red-shifted absorption lines that have been interpreted by some as evidence for comets falling onto the photosphere.
  3. Jun 25,  · This map of the SMACK Beta Pictoris simulation shows where collisions among icy and rocky debris occur most frequently in the disk. The planet’s slightly elongated orbit drives a spiral density wave across the disk. The spacing of the pattern .
  4. Beta Pictoris, est l'autre facette du duo Nova Materia. Musique originale, musique à l'image et pour tous supports. Illustration sonore mais aussi son binoral et spacialisé. Soundtracks, BO par Caroline Chaspoul et Eduardo Henriquez.
  5. Aug 28,  · Beta Pictoris b provides a vital data point in understanding how young gas giants accumulate gas and dust. Measuring the star’s minute movements also enabled Snellen and Brown to estimate the planet’s orbital period. The period is at least 22 years or longer, confirming the planet’s distance, which was thought to similar to Saturn’s.
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  7. Jul 09,  · At Beta Pictoris, an international team of researchers led by Exeter’s Stefan Kraus has carried out measurements of the spin-orbit alignment of Beta Pictoris b, a gas giant orbiting a young star in an orbit about as distant as Saturn from the Sun. Here we have the first spin-orbit alignment measurement of a directly imaged planetary system.
  8. The results show that the Beta Pictoris system is as well-aligned as our own solar system. This finding favors planet-planet scattering as the cause for the orbit obliquities that are observed in.