A three-dimensional view of Gomez’s hamburger

@article{Teague2020ATV,
  title={A three-dimensional view of Gomez’s hamburger},
  author={Richard Teague and Marija R. Jankovic and Thomas J. Haworth and Chunhua Qi and John D. Ilee},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020}
}
Unravelling the three-dimensional physical structure, the temperature and density distribution, of protoplanetary discs is an essential step if we are to confront simulations of embedded planets or dynamical instabilities. In this paper, we focus on submillimeter array observations of the edge-on source, Gomez’s Hamburger, believed to host an overdensity hypothesized to be a product of gravitational instability in the disc, GoHam b. We demonstrate that, by leveraging the well-characterized… 

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