The spectrum of the young star HD 100546 observed with the Infrared Space Observatory ?

@inproceedings{Malfait1997TheSO,
  title={The spectrum of the young star HD 100546 observed with the Infrared Space Observatory ?},
  author={Koen Malfait and Christoffel Waelkens and Laurens B. F. M. Waters and Bart Vandenbussche and E. Huygen and M. S. de Graauw},
  year={1997}
}
It is generally assumed that planets form in the dusty disks that surround young stars (Beckwith & Sargent 1996). The Infrared Space Observatory (Kessler et al. 1996) now enables us to determine the characteristics of these disks with unprecedented spectral resolution and signal-to-noise. We present here ISO spectra of the disk that surrounds the young star HD 100546. A remarkable variety of emission features of carbonand oxygen-rich dust occurs. Most prominent are a series of emission features… CONTINUE READING