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Paper: Gas and Dust Structures of the Protoplanetary Disk around HD 142527
Volume: 499, Revolution in Astronomy with ALMA: The Third Year
Page: 277
Authors: Momose, M.; Muto, T.; Hanawa, T.; Fukagawa, M.; Tsukagoshi, T.; Saigo, K.; Kataoka, A.; Nomura, H.; Takeuchi, T.; Akiyama, E.; Ohashi, N.; Fujiwara, H.; Shibai, H.; Kitamura, Y.; Inutsuka, S.; Kobayashi, H.; Honda, M.; Aso, Y.; Takahashi, S. Z.
Abstract: HD142527 is a Herbig Fe star accompanied by a disk with ring-like structure. We derive the distributions of dust and gas separately by model fitting and discuss the spatial variation of gas-to-dust mass ratio in the disk. The radial distribution of dust is well approximated by a Gaussian function, while the gas is roughly followed by a power-law distribution between 110 and 400 AU in radius, which is significantly more extended than dust. G/d may reach the order of unity at the northern peak.
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