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Paper: The Results of SED Simulations for a Young B–Type Star IRAS 22150+6109
Volume: 508, The B[e] Phenomenom: Forty Years of Studies
Page: 191
Authors: Zakhozhay, O.V.; Miroshnichenko, A.S.; Kuratov, K.S.; Zakhozhay, V.A.; Khokhlov, S.A.; Zharikov, S.V.; Manset, N.
Abstract: We present the results of a spectroscopic analysis and spectral energy distribution (SED) modeling for a young B-type star IRAS 22150+6109. The optical multicolor photometric data were obtained at the Tien-Shan Astronomical Observatory near Almaty, Kazakhstan. Infrared photometry was taken from various sky surveys, such as IRAS, WISE, and AKARI. High-resolution optical spectra were obtained at the 3.6 m Canada–France–Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) and the 2.1 m telescope of the Observatorio Astronómico Nacional San Pedro Martir (OAN SPM). Fundamental parameters of the star are estimated under an assumption that it has a zero-age main-sequence luminosity and a spectral type of B3. The best fit to the SED implies that a large disk is located very far from the star (136 AU) and extended to 850 AU.
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