PDS 144: THE FIRST CONFIRMED Herbig Ae-Herbig Ae WIDE BINARY

@article{Hornbeck2012PDS1T,
  title={PDS 144: THE FIRST CONFIRMED Herbig Ae-Herbig Ae WIDE BINARY},
  author={Jeremy Hornbeck and Carol A. Grady and Marshall D. Perrin and John P. Wisniewski and Benjamin M. Tofflemire and A. Brown and Jon A. Holtzman and Kenza S. Arraki and Kenji Hamaguchi and Bruce E. Woodgate and Robert Petre and Brian Daly and Norman Grogin and David G. Bonfield and Gerard M. Williger and James Thomas Lauroesch},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={744},
  pages={54}
}
PDS 144 is a pair of Herbig Ae stars that are separated by 5.''35 on the sky. It has previously been shown to have an A2Ve Herbig Ae star viewed at 83 Degree-Sign inclination as its northern member and an A5Ve Herbig Ae star as its southern member. Direct imagery revealed a disk occulting PDS 144 N-the first edge-on disk observed around a Herbig Ae star. The lack of an obvious disk in direct imagery suggested PDS 144 S might be viewed face-on or not physically associated with PDS 144 N. Multi… Expand

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