Multi-wavelength VLTI study of the puffed-up inner rim of a circumbinary disc

@inproceedings{Corporaal2021MultiwavelengthVS,
  title={Multi-wavelength VLTI study of the puffed-up inner rim of a circumbinary disc},
  author={Albert Corporaal and Jacques Kluska and Hans Van Winckel and Dylan Bollen and Devika Kamath and M. Min},
  year={2021}
}
Context. The presence of stable, compact circumbinary discs of gas and dust around post-asymptotic giant branch (post-AGB) binary systems has been well established. We focus on one such system: IRAS 08544-4431. Aims. We present an interferometric multi-wavelength analysis of the circumstellar environment of IRAS 08544-4431. The aim is to constrain different contributions to the total flux in the H, K, L, and N-bands in the radial direction. Methods. The data from VLTI/PIONIER, VLTI/GRAVITY, and… Expand

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