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Millimetre/Sub-millimetre Observations of Circumstellar Disks

  • Anne Dutrey (a1)
Abstract

TTauri disks located in nearby star-forming regions (e.g. Taurus-Auriga at 140 pc) are thought to be the site of planet formation, since proto-planetary disks orbiting around active (still accreting) TTauri stars should contain, in many cases, enough gas to form giant gaseous planets. As such, circumstellar disks are ideal laboratories to study planet formation, provided the gas and dust observations have enough sensitivity and resolving power. I will focus in these proceedings, on recent results of molecular observations which unveil the physical conditions of gas disks and reveal the weakness of our current understanding and modeling.

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