The Characterization of the Dust Content in the Ring Around Sz 91: Indications of Planetesimal Formation?

@article{Mauco2021TheCO,
  title={The Characterization of the Dust Content in the Ring Around Sz 91: Indications of Planetesimal Formation?},
  author={Karina Mauc'o and Carlos Carrasco-Gonz'alez and Matthias R. Schreiber and Anibal Sierra and Johan Olofsson and Amelia Bayo and Claudio Caceres and H{\'e}ctor C{\'a}novas and Aina Palau},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={923}
}
One of the most important questions in the field of planet formation is how millimeter- and centimeter-sized dust particles overcome radial drift and fragmentation barriers to form kilometer-sized planetesimals. ALMA observations of protoplanetary disks, in particular transition disks or disks with clear signs of substructures, can provide new constraints on theories of grain growth and planetesimal formation, and therefore represent one possibility for progress on this issue. We here present… 
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