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M17-SO1

RA (J2000)
DEC (J2000)
Category
SpTy
R band (mag)
Distance (pc)
Disk Diameter (")
Disk Diameter (AU)
Inclination
PADisk
Reference
How Well Resolved
At ref. wavelength (micron)
# References
18 20 26.19-16 12 10.5YSO220091980077146Steinacker et al. 2006362.26
 

Notes:

A silhouette disk seen against background of M17

References:

Probing the center of the large circumstellar disc in M17
Nielbock, M., Chini, R., Hoffmeister, V.H., et al., 2008, MNRAS, 388, 1031
 
Formation of a massive protostar through disk accretion. II. SINFONI integral field spectroscopy of the M17 silhouette disk and discovery of the associated H2 jet
Nuernberger, D.E.A., Chini, R., Eisenhauer, F., et al., 2007, A&A, 465, 931
 
Modeling the NIR-silhouette massive disk candidate in M17
*Steinacker, J., Chini, R., Nielbock, M., et al., 2006, A&A, 456, 1013
Disk modeling plus 8 micron Spitzer image showing disk in emission 
A disk of dust and molecular gas around a high-mass protostar
Patel, N.A. et al. 2005 Nature 437 109
 
No high-mass protostars in the silhouette young stellar object M17-SO1
Sako, S., Yamashita, T., Kataza, H., Miyata, T., et al. 2005, Nature, 434, 995
JHK and Brgamma imaging from Subaru ICRS camera. 12.8 micron image from Subaru COMICS. Also, 13CO (1-0) map from Nobeyama mm arraycomposite JHK image from IRCS AO data (Sako+ 2005)
BVIJHK imaging from NAOS-CONICA at VLT showing both scattered light hourglass structure plus disk midplane seen in silhouette. Optical spectra with strong emission lines. 13CO (1-0) channel maps show disk rotation. Young star.
Chini, R., Hoffmeister, V., Kimeswenger, S., et al., 2004, Nature, 429, 155