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2MASSI J1628137-243139

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
16 28 13.70-24 31 39.0TT 17.71404.36028695Grosso et al. 200310.82.14
 

Notes:

Edge-on disk, also known as 'The Flying Saucer'

References:

AKARI observations of ice absorption bands towards edge-on young stellar objects
Aikawa, Y. et al. 2012 A.&A. 538 57
 
The nature of the Class I population in Ophiuchus as revealed through gas and dust mapping
Van Kempen, T.A. et al. 2009 A.&A. 167 194
850 micron continuum detection 
Deep Spitzer spectroscopy of the 'flying saucer' edge-on disk: large grains beyond 50AU
Pontoppidan, K.M., Stapelfeldt, K.R., Blake,G.A., van Dishoeck, E.F., & Dullemond, C.P., 2007, ApJ, 658, L111
 
Spatial study with the Very Large Telescope of a new resolved edge-on circumstellar dust disk discovered at the periphery of the rho Ophiuchi dark cloud
*Grosso, N., Alves, J., Wood, K., Neuhauser, R., Montmerle, T., & Bjorkman, J.E., 2003, ApJ, 586, 296
J, H, Ks resolved imagingNear-infrared image of the flying saucer disk (2MASSI1628137-243139)