Submillimeter Images of a Dusty Kuiper Belt around η Corvi

@article{Wyatt2005SubmillimeterIO,
  title={Submillimeter Images of a Dusty Kuiper Belt around $\eta$ Corvi},
  author={M. Wyatt and J. Greaves and W. Dent and I. Coulson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={620},
  pages={492-500}
}
We present submillimeter and mid-IR images of the circumstellar disk around the nearby F2 V star ? Corvi. The disk is resolved at 850 ?m with a size of ~100 AU. At 450 ?m the emission is found to be extended at all position angles, with significant elongation along a position angle of 130? ? 10?; at the highest resolution (93), this emission is resolved into two peaks that are within the uncertainties offset symmetrically from the star at 100 AU projected separation. Modeling the appearance of… Expand

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