High-resolution ALMA and HST images of q1 Eri: an asymmetric debris disc with an eccentric Jupiter

@inproceedings{Lovell2021HighresolutionAA,
  title={High-resolution ALMA and HST images of q1 Eri: an asymmetric debris disc with an eccentric Jupiter},
  author={J. Lovell and S. Marino and M. Wyatt and G. Kennedy and M. MacGregor and K. Stapelfeldt and B. Dent and J. Krist and L. Matr{\`a} and Q. Kral and O. Pani'c and T. Pearce and D. Wilner},
  year={2021}
}
We present ALMA 1.3mm and 0.86mm observations of the nearby (17.34 pc) F9V star q1 Eri (HD10647, HR 506). This system, with age ∼1.4Gyr, hosts a ∼2 au radial velocity planet and a debris disc with the highest fractional luminosity of the closest 300 FGK type stars. The ALMA images, with resolution ∼0. ′′5, reveal a broad (34-134 au) belt of millimeter emission inclined by 76.7±1.0 degrees with maximum brightness at 81.6±0.5 au. The images reveal an asymmetry, with higher flux near the southwest… Expand

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