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2019ApJ...872..112V - Astrophys. J., 872, 112-112 (2019/February-2)

Protoplanetary disk rings and gaps across ages and luminosities.

VAN DER MAREL N., DONG R., DI FRANCESCO J., WILLIAMS J.P. and TOBIN J.

Abstract (from CDS):

Since the discovery of the multiring structure of the HL Tau disk, ALMA data suggest that the dust continuum emission of many, if not all, protoplanetary disks consists of rings and gaps, no matter their spectral type or age. The origin of these gaps so far remains unclear. We present a sample study of 16 disks with multiple ring-like structures in the continuum, using published ALMA archival data, to compare their morphologies and gap locations in a systematic way. The 16 targets range from early- to late-type stars, from <0.5 Myr to >10 Myr and from ∼0.2 to 40 L, and include both full and transitional disks with cleared inner dust cavities. Stellar ages are revised using new Gaia distances. Gap locations are derived using a simple radial fit to the intensity profiles. Using a radiative transfer model, the temperature profiles are computed. The gap radii generally do not correspond to the orbital radii of snow lines of the most common molecules. A snow line model can likely be discarded as a common origin of multiring systems. In addition, there are no systematic trends in the gap locations that could be related to resonances of planets. Finally, the outer radius of the disks decreases for the oldest disks in the sample, indicating that if multiring disks evolve in a similar way, outer dust rings either dissipate with the gas or grow into planetesimal belts.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): astrochemistry - planet-disk interactions - protoplanetary disks - stars: formation

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