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Atlas of low-mass young stellar object disks from mid-infrared interferometry

  • J. Varga (a1), P. Ábrahám (a1), Th. Ratzka (a2), J. Menu (a3) (a4), K. Gabányi (a1) (a5), Á. Kóspál (a1) (a4), R. van Boekel (a4), L. Mosoni (a1) and Th. Henning (a4)...

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We present our approach of visibility modeling of disks around low-mass (< 2 M ) young stellar objects (YSOs). We compiled an atlas based on mid-infrared interferometric observations from the MIDI instrument at the VLTI. We use three different models to fit the data. These models allow us to determine overall sizes (and the extent of the inner gaps) of the modeled circumstellar disks.

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Atlas of low-mass young stellar object disks from mid-infrared interferometry

  • J. Varga (a1), P. Ábrahám (a1), Th. Ratzka (a2), J. Menu (a3) (a4), K. Gabányi (a1) (a5), Á. Kóspál (a1) (a4), R. van Boekel (a4), L. Mosoni (a1) and Th. Henning (a4)...

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