An SMA Continuum Survey of Circumstellar Disks in the Serpens Star-forming Region

@article{Law2017AnSC,
  title={An SMA Continuum Survey of Circumstellar Disks in the Serpens Star-forming Region},
  author={Charles J. Law and Luca Ricci and Sean M. Andrews and David J. Wilner and Chunhua Qi},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={154}
}
  • C. LawL. Ricci C. Qi
  • Published 3 November 2017
  • Physics, Geology
  • The Astronomical Journal
We present observations with the Submillimeter Array of the continuum emission at from 62 young stars surrounded by a protoplanetary disk in the Serpens star-forming region. The typical angular resolution for the survey in terms of beam size is with a median rms noise level of 1.6 mJy beam−1. These data are used to infer the dust content in disks around low-mass stars at a median stellar age of 1–3 Myr. Thirteen sources were detected in the 1.3 mm dust continuum with inferred dust masses of and… 

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