Morphology and kinematics of the gas envelope of Mira Ceti

@article{Nhung2016MorphologyAK,
  title={Morphology and kinematics of the gas envelope of Mira Ceti},
  author={P. T. Nhung and Do T. Hoai and Pham Ngoc Diep and N. T. Phuong and Nguyen T. Thao and Pham Tuan-Anh and Pierre Darriulat},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={460},
  pages={673-688}
}
Observations of 12CO(3-2) emission of the circumbinary envelope of Mira Ceti, made by ALMA are analysed. The observed Doppler velocity distribution is made of three components: a blue-shifted south-eastern arc, which can be described as a ring in slow radial expansion, ~1.7 km/s, making an angle of ~50 deg with the plane of the sky and born some 2000 years ago; a few arcs, probably born at the same epoch as the blue-shifted arc, all sharing Doppler velocities red-shifted by approximately 3… 

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