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titleMulti-wavelength observations of planet forming disks: Constraints on planet formation processes
Author(eng)Kamp, Inga; Antonellini, Stefano; Carmona, Andres; Ilee, John; Rab, Christian
Author Affiliation(eng)Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Unversity of Groningen; Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Unversity of Groningen : Queen's University Belfast; Research Institute in Astrophysics and Planetology (IRAP) : Universite de Toulouse : The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) : Paul Sabatier University (UPS); Institute of Astronomy, Unversity of Cambridge; Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Unversity of Groningen
Issue Date2018-03-09
PublisherJapan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Publication titleJAXA Special Publication: The Cosmic Wheel and the Legacy of the AKARI archive: from galaxies and stars to planets and life
Start page89
End page96
Publication date2018-03-09
AbstractOur understanding of protoplanetary disks has greatly improved over the last decade due to a wealth of data from new facilities. Unbiased dust surveys with Spitzer leave us with good constraints on the dust dispersal timescale of small grains in the terrestrial planet forming region. In the ALMA era, this can be confronted for the first time also with evolutionary timescales of mm grains in the outer disk. Gas surveys in the context of the existing multi-wavelength dust surveys will be a key in large statistical studies of disk gas evolution. Unbiased gas surveys are limited to ALMA CO submm surveys, where the quantitative interpretation is still debated. Herschel gas surveys have been largely biased, but brackets O I brackets 63 micrometers surveys and also accretion tracers agree qualitatively with the evolutionary timescale of small grains in the inner disk. Recent advances achieved by means of consistent multi-wavelength studies of gas AND dust in planet forming disks reveal the subtleties of the quantitative interpretation of gas surveys. Observational methods to determine disk masses e.g., from CO submm lines require the knowledge of the dust properties in the disk. Understanding not only the gas evolution, but also its chemical composition will provide crucial input for planet formation models. Kinetic chemical results give profoundly different answers than thermodynamic equilibrium in terms of the C/O ratios as well as the water ice/rock ratios. Again, dust has a key impact on the chemical evolution and composition of the gas. Grain growth for example affects freeze-out processes and strongly increases the cosmic ray induced UV field.
DescriptionMeeting Information: The 4th AKARI International Conference: The Cosmic Wheel and the Legacy of the AKARI archive: from galaxies and stars to planets and life (October 17-20, 2017. The University of Tokyo), Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Physical characteristics: Original contains color illustrations
会議情報: 第4回「あかり」国際会議 (2017年10月17-20日. 東京大学), 文京区, 東京
形態: カラー図版あり
KeywordsSolar system and planetary formation; Star formation
Document TypeConference Paper
JAXA Category特別資料
NASA Subject CategoryAstronomy
Report NoJAXA-SP-17-009E

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