DG Tau B




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# References
04 27 02.55+26 05 30.9TT1403.93550.27532Padgett et al. 199928.61.617
 

Notes:

DG Tau B located ~1' SW of DG Tau

References:

A dual-frequency sub-arcsecond study of proto-planetary disks at mm wavelengths: first evidence for radial variations of the dust properties

Guilloteau, S., Dutrey, A., Pietu, V., and Boehler, Y. 2011 A.&A. 529 A105

17 other objects in this reference

Gas and Dust Toward DG Tau B and VV CrA

Kruger, A.J. et al. 2011 Ap.J. 729 145

Combined Analysis of Images and Spectral Energy Distributions of Taurus Protostars

Gramajo, L.V, Whitney, B.A., Gomez, M., Robitaille, T.P. 2010 A.J. 139 2504

3 other objects in this reference

The Taurus Spitzer Survey: New Candidate Taurus Members Selected Using Sensitive Mid-Infrared Photometry

Rebull, L.M. et al. 2010 Ap.J.S. 186 259

19 other objects in this reference

Spitzer Infrared Spectrograph Observations of Class I/II Objects in Taurus: Composition and Thermal History of the Circumstellar Ices

Zasowski, G., Kemper, F., Watson, Dan M., Furlan, E., Bohac, C. J., Hull, C., Green, J. D., 2009, ApJ, 694, 459

1 other objects in this reference

Spitzer IRS Spectra and Envelope Models of Class I Protostars in Taurus

Furlan, E., McClure, M., Calvet, N., Hartmann, L., D'Alessio, P., Forrest, W. J., Watson, D. M., Uchida, K. I., Sargent, B., Green, J. D., Herter, T. L., 2008, ApJ, 176, 184

8 other objects in this reference

Interpreting Spectral Energy Distributions from Young Stellar Objects. II. Fitting Observed SEDs Using a Large Grid of Precomputed Models

Robitaille, T. P., Whitney, B. A., Indebetouw, R., Wood, K., 2007, ApJ, 169, 328

22 other objects in this reference

Large dust particles in disks around T Tauri stars

Rodmann, J., Henning, Th., Chandler, C.J., Mundy, L.G., & Wilner, D.J., 2006, A&A, 446, 211

11 other objects in this reference

7 mm disk size: 130AU x 40 AU at PA = 50 degrees

Near-infrared synthetic images of protostellar disks and envelopes

Stark, D.P., Whitney, B.A., Stassun, K., & Wood, K., 2006, ApJ, 549, 900

3 other objects in this reference

Circumstellar dust disks in Taurus-Auriga: The submillimeter perspective

Andrews, S.M. & Williams, J.P., 2005, ApJ, 631, 1134

28 other objects in this reference

IRAC observations of Taurus pre-main-sequence stars

Hartmann, L., Megeath, S.T., Allen, L., Luhman, K., Calvet, N., D'Alessio, P., Franco-Hernandez, R. & Fazio, G., 2005, ApJ, 629, 881

9 other objects in this reference

Mid-infrared Spectra of Class I Protostars in Taurus

Watson, D.M., et al., 2004, ApJS, 154, 391

Unveiling the Circumstellar Envelope and Disk: A Subarcsecond Survey of Circumstellar Structures

Looney, L.W., Mundy, L.G., Welch, W.J. 2000 Ap.J. 529 477

HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE/NICMOS Imaging of Disks and Envelopes around Very Young Stars

*Padgett, D.L., et al. 1999, AJ 117, 1490

1 other objects in this reference

NICMOS/HST image of the disk around DG Tau B
DG Tau B: The interaction of an atomic jet with ambient molecular gas

Mitchell, G.F., Sargent, A.I., & Mannings, V., 1997, ApJ, 483, L127

2,6 mm continuum and CO 1-0 line observations

Radio continuum detection of the exciting sources of the DG Tauri B and L1551 NE outflows

Rodriguez, L.F., Anglada, G., & Raga, A., 1995, ApJ, 454, L149

Jet detected at 3.5 cm

A molecular outflow friven by an optical jet

Mitchell, G.F., Hasegawa, T.I., Dent, W.R.F., & Matthews, H.E., 1994, ApJ, 436, L177

CO J=3-2 observations of DG Tau B