21 July 2010 The hydrogen emission of young stellar objects: key science for next-generation instruments and facilities
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The hydrogen emission line is a defining characteristic of young stellar objects probing the planet forming regions of the disks. The limiting sensitivity of current interferometers has precluded it's detailed study. We'll review our current understanding of hydrogen emission, recent results and project the science that can be achieved with sensitive interferometers such as the PRIMA off-axis mode and GRAVITY.
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Paulo J. V. Garcia, Paulo J. V. Garcia, Myriam Benisty, Myriam Benisty, Samira Rajabi, Samira Rajabi, Catherine Dougados, Catherine Dougados, Fabrizzio Massi, Fabrizzio Massi, Francesca Bacciotti, Francesca Bacciotti, Jean-Baptiste Le Bouquin, Jean-Baptiste Le Bouquin, Fabien Malbet, Fabien Malbet, Linda Podio, Linda Podio, Stephanie Renard, Stephanie Renard, Emma Whelan, Emma Whelan, } "The hydrogen emission of young stellar objects: key science for next-generation instruments and facilities", Proc. SPIE 7734, Optical and Infrared Interferometry II, 773434 (21 July 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.858302; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.858302
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