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ASTROBIOLOGY Volume 7, Number 1, 2007
 

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ASTROBIOLOGY
Volume 7, Number 1, 2007
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
DOI: 10.1089/ast.2006.0124
Special Paper
A Reappraisal of the Habitability of Planets Around
M Dwarf Stars
JILL C. TARTER,1 PETER R. BACKUS,1 ROCCO L. MANCINELLI,1
JONATHAN M. AURNOU,2 DANA E. BACKMAN,1 GIBOR S. BASRI,3
ALAN P. BOSS,4 ANDREW CLARKE,5 DRAKE DEMING,6 LAURANCE R. DOYLE,1
ERIC D. FEIGELSON,7 FRIEDMANN FREUND,1 DAVID H. GRINSPOON,8
ROBERT M. HABERLE,9 STEVEN A. HAUCK, II,10 MARTIN J. HEATH,11
TODD J. HENRY,12 JEFFERY L. HOLLINGSWORTH,9 MANOJ M. JOSHI,13
STEVEN KILSTON,14 MICHAEL C. LIU,15 ERIC MEIKLE,16 I. NEILL REID,17
LYNN J. ROTHSCHILD,9 JOHN SCALO,18 ANTIGONA SEGURA,19 CAROL M. TANG,20
JAMES M. TIEDJE,21 MARGARET C. TURNBULL,4 LUCIANNE M. WALKOWICZ,22
ARTHUR L. WEBER,1 and RICHARD E. YOUNG9
ABSTRACT
Stable, hydrogen-burning, M dwarf stars make up about 75% of all stars in the Galaxy. They

  

Source: Aurnou, Jonathan - Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of California at Los Angeles
Hauck II, Steven A. - Department of Geological Sciences, Case Western Reserve University

 

Collections: Geosciences