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Subaru/HiCIAO HK s Imaging of LKHa 330: Multi-band Detection of the Gap and Spiral-like Structures

Taichi Uyama
Jun Hashimoto
Takayuki Muto
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Eiji Akiyama
Ruobing Dong
Jerome de Leon
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Itsuki Sakon
Tomoyuki Kudo
Nobuhiko Kusakabe
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Masayuki Kuzuhara
Lyu Abe
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Wolfgang Brandner
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Timothy D. Brandt
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Joseph C. Carson
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Thayne Currie
Sebastian Egner
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Markus Feldt
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Jeffrey Fung
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Miwa Goto
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Carol A. Grady
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Olivier Guyon
Yutaka Hayano
Masahiko Hayashi
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Saeko S. Hayashi
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Thomas Henning
Klaus W. Hodapp
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Miki Ishii
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Masanori Iye
Markus Janson
Ryo Kandori
Gillian R. Knapp
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Jungmi Kwon
Taro Matsuo
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Satoshi Mayama
Michael W. Mcelwain
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Shoken Miyama
Jun-Ichi Morino
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Amaya Moro-Martin
Tetsuo Nishimura
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Tae-Soo Pyo
Eugene Serabyn
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Michael L. Sitko
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Takuya Suenaga
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Hiroshi Suto
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Ryuji Suzuki
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Yasuhiro H. Takahashi
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Michihiro Takami
Naruhisa Takato
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Hiroshi Terada
Christian Thalmann
Edwin L. Turner
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Makoto Watanabe
John Wisniewski
Toru Yamada
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Yi Yang
Hideki Takami
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Tomonori Usuda
Motohide Tamura


We present H- and K s-bands observations of the LkHα 330 disk with a multi-band detection of the large gap and spiral-like structures. The morphology of the outer disk (r ∼ 0.″3) at PA = 0°-45° and PA° = 180-290° is likely density wave-induced spirals, and comparison between our observational results and simulations suggests a planet formation. We have also investigated the azimuthal profiles at the ring and the outer-disk regions as well as radial profiles in the directions of the spiral-like structures and semimajor axis. Azimuthal analysis shows a large variety in wavelength and implies that the disk has non-axisymmetric dust distributions. The radial profiles in the major-axis direction (PA = 271°) suggest that the outer region (r ≥ 0.″25) may be influenced by shadows of the inner region of the disk. The spiral-like directions (PA = 10° and 230°) show different radial profiles, which suggests that the surfaces of the spiral-like structures are highly flared and/or have different dust properties. Finally, a color map of the disk shows a lack of an outer eastern region in the H-band disk, which may hint at the presence of an inner object that casts a directional shadow onto the disk.

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insu-03693545 , version 1 (10-06-2022)



Taichi Uyama, Jun Hashimoto, Takayuki Muto, Eiji Akiyama, Ruobing Dong, et al.. Subaru/HiCIAO HK s Imaging of LKHa 330: Multi-band Detection of the Gap and Spiral-like Structures. The Astronomical Journal, 2018, 156, ⟨10.3847/1538-3881/aacbd1⟩. ⟨insu-03693545⟩
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