Resolving the Radio Complexity of EXor and FUor-type Systems with the ngVLA

White, J. A., Audard, M., Ábrahám, P., Cieza, L., de Miera, F. C., Dunham, M. M., Green, J. D., Güdel, M., Grosso, N., Hales, A., Hartmann, L., Kadam, K., Kastner, J. H., Kóspál, Á., Perez, S., Postel, A., Ruiz-Rodriguez, D., Rab, C., Vorobyov, E. I. & Zhu, Z., 1-Dec-2018, Science with a Next Generation Very Large Array. Murphy, E. J. (ed.). Astronomical Society of the Pacific, p. 177 - 184 (ASP Conference Series; vol. 7).

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  • J. A. White
  • M. Audard
  • P. Ábrahám
  • L. Cieza
  • F. C. de Miera
  • M. M. Dunham
  • J. D. Green
  • M. Güdel
  • N. Grosso
  • A. Hales
  • L. Hartmann
  • K. Kadam
  • J. H. Kastner
  • Á. Kóspál
  • S. Perez
  • A. Postel
  • D. Ruiz-Rodriguez
  • C. Rab
  • E. I. Vorobyov
  • Z. Zhu
Episodic accretion may be a common occurrence in the evolution of young pre-main sequence stars and has important implications for our understanding of star and planet formation. Many fundamental aspects of what drives the accretion physics, however, are still unknown. The ngVLA will be a key tool in understanding the nature of these events. The high spatial resolution, broad spectral coverage, and unprecedented sensitivity will allow for detailed analysis of outburst systems. The proposed frequency range of the ngVLA allows for observations of the gas, dust, and non-thermal emission from the star and disk.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication Science with a Next Generation Very Large Array
EditorsEric J. Murphy
PublisherAstronomical Society of the Pacific
Pages177 - 184
Publication statusPublished - 1-Dec-2018

Publication series

NameASP Conference Series
PublisherAstronomical Society of the Pacific
ISSN (Print)1050-3390

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