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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 10/2015, Volume 526, Issue 7574, pp. 546 - 549
Most stars become white dwarfs after they have exhausted their nuclear fuel (the Sun will be one such). Between one-quarter and one-half of white dwarfs have... 
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 01/2012, Volume 481, Issue 7382, pp. 475 - 479
Most Sun-like stars in the Galaxy reside in gravitationally bound pairs of stars(1,2) (binaries). Although long anticipated(3-8), the existence of a... 
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 10/2010, Volume 330, Issue 6000, pp. 51 - 54
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by Batalha, Natalie M and Rowe, Jason F and Bryson, Stephen T and Barclay, Thomas and Burke, Christopher J and Caldwell, Douglas A and Christiansen, Jessie L and Mullally, Fergal and Thompson, Susan E and Brown, Timothy M and Dupree, Andrea K and Fabrycky, Daniel C and Ford, Eric B and Fortney, Jonathan J and Gilliland, Ronald L and Isaacson, Howard and Latham, David W and Marcy, Geoffrey W and Quinn, Samuel N and Ragozzine, Darin and Shporer, Avi and Borucki, William J and Ciardi, David R and Gautier, Thomas N and Haas, Michael R and Jenkins, Jon M and Koch, David G and Lissauer, Jack J and Rapin, William and Basri, Gibor S and Boss, Alan P and Buchhave, Lars A and Carter, Joshua A and Charbonneau, David and Christensen-Dalsgaard, Joergen and Clarke, Bruce D and Cochran, William D and Demory, Brice-Olivier and Desert, Jean-Michel and Devore, Edna and Doyle, Laurance R and Esquerdo, Gilbert A and Everett, Mark and Fressin, Francois and Geary, John C and Girouard, Forrest R and Gould, Alan and Hall, Jennifer R and Holman, Matthew J and Howard, Andrew W and Howell, Steve B and Ibrahim, Khadeejah A and Kinemuchi, Karen and Kjeldsen, Hans and Klaus, Todd C and Li, Jie and Lucas, Philip W and Meibom, Soren and Morris, Robert L and Prša, Andrej and Quintana, Elisa and Sanderfer, Dwight T and Sasselov, Dimitar and Seader, Shawn E and Smith, Jeffrey C and Steffen, Jason H and Still, Martin and Stumpe, Martin C and Tarter, Jill C and Tenenbaum, Peter and Torres, Guillermo and Twicken, Joseph D and Uddin, Kamal and Van Cleve, Jeffrey and Walkowicz, Lucianne and Welsh, William F
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 07/2016, Volume 459, Issue 4, p. 3565
  Future generations of precise radial velocity (RV) surveys aim to achieve sensitivity sufficient to detect Earth mass planets orbiting in their stars'... 
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