The protoplanetary disk of FT Tauri : multi-wavelength data analysis and modeling
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Investigating the evolution of protoplanetary disks is crucial for our understanding of star and planet formation. Several theoretical and observational studies have been performed in the last decades to advance this knowledge. FT Tauri is a young star in the Taurus star forming region that was included in a number of spectroscopic and photometric surveys. We investigate the properties of the star, the circumstellar disk, and the accretion and ejection processes and propose a consistent gas and dust model also as a reference for future observational studies. We performed a multi-wavelength data analysis to derive the basic stellar and disk properties, as well as mass accretion/outflow rate from TNG-Dolores, WHT-Liris, NOT-Notcam, Keck-Nirspec, and Herschel-Pacs spectra. From the literature, we compiled a complete Spectral Energy Distribution. We then performed detailed disk modeling using the MCFOST and ProDiMo codes. Multi-wavelengths spectroscopic and photometric measurements were compared with the reddened predictions of the codes in order to constrain the disk properties. This object can serve as a benchmark for primordial disks with significant mass accretion rate, high gas content and typical size.
Garufi , A , Podio , L , Kamp , I , Ménard , F , Brittain , S , Eiroa , C , Montesinos , B , Alonso-Martinez , M , Thi , W-F & Woitke , P 2014 , ' The protoplanetary disk of FT Tauri : multi-wavelength data analysis and modeling ' , Astronomy & Astrophysics , vol. 567 , A141 . https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201321987
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DescriptionThis work is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation. L.P. acknowledges the funding from the FP7 Intra-European Marie Curie Fellowship (PIEF-GA-2009-253896). L.P. has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n. 267251. I.K., W.F.T., F.M., and P.W. acknowledge funding from an NWO MEERVOUD grant and from the EU FP7- 2011 under Grant Agreement nr. 284405. F.M. acknowledges support from the Millennium Science Initiative (Chilean Ministry of Economy), through grant Nucleus P10-022-F. I. Pascucci acknowledges NASA/ADP Grant NNX10AD62G.
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