The peculiar dipping events in the disc-bearing young-stellar object EPIC 204278916

@article{Scaringi2016ThePD,
  title={The peculiar dipping events in the disc-bearing young-stellar object EPIC 204278916},
  author={S. Scaringi and C. Manara and S. Barenfeld and P. Groot and A. Isella and M. Kenworthy and C. Knigge and T. Maccarone and L. Ricci and M. Mpe and ESA-Estec and Caltech and RU Nijmegen and Rice and Leiden and Soton and Ttu and Cfa and Hawaii},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={463},
  pages={2265-2272}
}
EPIC 204278916 has been serendipitously discovered from its K2 light curve that displays irregular dimmings of up to 65 per cent for ≈25 consecutive days out of 78.8 d of observations. For the remaining duration of the observations, the variability is highly periodic and attributed to stellar rotation. The star is a young, low-mass (M-type) pre-main-sequence star with clear evidence of a resolved tilted disc from Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observations. We examine the… Expand
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