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2019AJ....157..237R - Astron. J., 157, 237-237 (2019/June-0)

Constraints on a putative planet sculpting the V4046 Sagittarii circumbinary disk.

RUIZ-RODRIGUEZ D., KASTNER J.H., DONG R., PRINCIPE D.A., ANDREWS S.M. and WILNER D.J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We analyze the highest-resolution millimeter continuum and near-infrared (NIR) scattered-light images presented to date of the circumbinary disk orbiting V4046 Sgr, a ∼20-Myr-old actively accreting, close binary T Tauri star system located a mere 72.4 pc from Earth. We observed the disk with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) at 870 µm during Cycle 4, and we analyze these data in conjunction with archival NIR (H band) polarimetric images obtained with SPHERE/IRDIS on the ESO Very Large Telescope. At 0.''3 (20 au) resolution, the 870 µm image reveals a marginally resolved ring that peaks at ∼32 au and has an extension of ∼90 au. We infer a lower limit on a dust mass of ∼60.0 M within the 870 µm ring, and confirm that the ring is well aligned with the larger -scale gaseous disk. A second, inner dust ring is also tentatively detected in the ALMA observations; its position appears coincident with the inner (∼14 au radius) ring detected in scattered light. Using synthetic 870 µm and H-band images obtained from disk-planet interaction simulations, we attempt to constrain the mass of the putative planet orbiting at 20 au. Our trials suggest that a circumbinary Jovian-mass planet may be responsible for generating the dust ring and gap structures detected within the disk. We discuss the longevity of the gas-rich disk orbiting V4046 Sgr in the context of the binary nature of the system.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019. The American Astronomical Society.

Journal keyword(s): binaries: close - protoplanetary disks - submillimeter: planetary systems

Simbad objects: 9

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