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Paper: MIPS Results
Volume: 357, The Spitzer Space Telescope: New Views of the Cosmos
Page: 39
Authors: Rieke, G.H.; The MIPS Team
Abstract: I discuss two areas where measurements with MIPS combined with those with the other Spitzer instruments are starting to open up new perspectives. First, I discuss evidence that some planetary debris disks are dominated photometrically by the dust grains produced in recent, large events rather than from grains produced in a pseudo-continuous collisional grinding over the life of the system. Second, I give some examples of ways that Spitzer data are revealing new populations of obscured active galactic nuclei in deep X-ray survey fields.
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