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How do debris disks and planet-forming disks differ?



Debris disks have higher density than planet-forming disks.



Debris disks contain larger amounts of gas than planet-forming disks.



Debris disks are found around older stars and planet-forming disks around younger stars.



Only debris disks are expected to be affected by the gravity of planets within them.

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