First results of the Herschel key program "Dust, Ice and Gas In Time" (DIGIT): Dust and gas spectroscopy of HD 100546

@inproceedings{Sturm2010FirstRO,
  title={First results of the Herschel key program "Dust, Ice and Gas In Time" (DIGIT): Dust and gas spectroscopy of HD 100546},
  author={B. Sturm and Jeroen Bouwman and Th. Henning and Neal J. Evans and Bram Acke and Gijs D. Mulders and Laurens B. F. M. Waters and Ewine Fleur van Dishoeck and G Meeus and Joel D. Green and J-C. Augereau and Johan Olofsson and Colette Vanessa Salyk and Joan Rie Najita and G. Herczeg and Tim A. van Kempen and Lars Erik Kristensen and Carsten Dominik and John S. Carr and Christoffel Waelkens and Edwin Bergin and Geoffrey A Blake and J. Michael Brown and J.-H. Chen and Lucas Cieza and Michael M. Dunham and Alfred E. Glassgold and Manuel Gudel and Paul McA. Harvey and Michiel R. Hogerheijde and D. Jaffe and Janelle K Jorgensen and Hyunwoo J. Kim and Claudia Knez and John H. Lacy and J.-E. Lee and Sebastien Maret and Rowin Meijerink and Bruno Mer'in and Lee Mundy and Klaus Martin Pontoppidan and Ruud Visser and U. A. Y'ild'iz},
  year={2010}
}
Context. We present far-infrared spectroscopic observations, taken with the Photodetector Array Camera and Spectrometer (PACS) on the Herschel Space Observatory, of the protoplanetary disk around the pre-main-sequence star HD100546. These observations are the first within the DIGIT Herschel key program, which aims to follow the evolution of dust, ice, and gas from young stellar objects still embedded in their parental molecular cloud core, through the final pre-main-sequence phases when the… CONTINUE READING

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