Disk Detective Talk

Subject: AWI0000hjr

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  • geckzilla by geckzilla

    Bright in DSS2 Blue (0.665 μm), dims in 2MASS H (1.66 μm) and then brightens once again in WISE 4 (22 μm). Nothing in the guide

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    This is actually a perfect YSO candidate! A disk-free nearby star would be bright at the shorter bands and progressively fainter. (1/2)

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    (2/2) This one gets bright again at the long bands, suggesting dust around the star!

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  • geckzilla by geckzilla

    Thanks, I wasn't sure. So nothing wrong with it leaving the circle in DSS2 imagery. Good to know.

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    Ah, it is in fact a known disk! http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2007ApJ...660.1556R

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  • Artman40 by Artman40

    #knowndisk

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  • TYCEwa by TYCEwa

    HD 221853 - Star

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