AMBER/VLTI high spectral resolution observations of the Brγ emitting region in HD 98922 - A compact disc wind launched from the inner disc region

@article{Garatti2015AMBERVLTIHS,
  title={AMBER/VLTI high spectral resolution observations of the Br$\gamma$ emitting region in HD 98922 - A compact disc wind launched from the inner disc region},
  author={A. Caratti o Garatti and Larisa V. Tambovtseva and Rebeca Garcia Lopez and Stefan Kraus and Dieter Schertl and Vladimir P. Grinin and Gerd Weigelt and K. H. Hofmann and F. Massi and St'ephane Lagarde and Martin Vannier and F. Widmann Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies and Max--Planck--Institut fur Radioastronomie and Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences and University of Exeter and The University and INAFOsservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri and Laboratoire Lagrange and Institut de Plan'etologie et d'Astrophysique de Grenoble},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2015},
  volume={582}
}
Context. High angular and spectral resolution observations can provide us with fundamental clues to the complex circumstellar structure of young stellar objects (YSOs) and to the physical processes taking place close to these sources. Aims. We analyse the main physical parameters and the circumstellar environment of the young Herbig Be star HD 98922. Methods. We present AMBER/VLTI high spectral resolution (R = 12 000) interferometric observations across the Brγ line, accompanied by UVES high… 
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