The ice composition in the disk around V883 Ori revealed by its stellar outburst

@article{Lee2019TheIC,
  title={The ice composition in the disk around V883 Ori revealed by its stellar outburst},
  author={Jeong-Eun Lee and SeokHo Lee and Giseon Baek and Yuri Aikawa and Lucas A. Cieza and Sung-Yong H. Yoon and G. Herczeg and Doug Johnstone and Simon Casassus},
  journal={Nature Astronomy},
  year={2019},
  volume={3},
  pages={314-319}
}
  • Jeong-Eun Lee, SeokHo Lee, +6 authors Simon Casassus
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • Nature Astronomy
  • Complex organic molecules (COMs), which are the seeds of prebiotic material and precursors of amino acids and sugars, form in the icy mantles of circumstellar dust grains1 but cannot be detected remotely unless they are heated and released to the gas phase. Around solar-mass stars, water and COMs only sublimate in the inner few au of the circumstellar disk2, making them extremely difficult to spatially resolve and study. Sudden increases in the luminosity of the central star will quickly expand… CONTINUE READING

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