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The Evolution of Disk Winds from a Combined Study of Optical and Infrared Forbidden Lines

Presentation #213.01 in the session “Extrasolar Planets: Formation of Planets and Protoplanetary Disks 1”.

Published onJan 11, 2021
The Evolution of Disk Winds from a Combined Study of Optical and Infrared Forbidden Lines

MHD and photoevaporative disk winds are thought to contribute to the evolution and dispersal of planet-forming disks. I will present high-resolution (R>=30,000) optical and infrared spectra covering the [OI] line at 6300 angstrom and the [NeII] at 12.81 micron from a sample of disks in different evolutionary stages. I will discuss an evolutionary scenario that can explain this combined dataset and its implications for current models of disk evolution and dispersal.


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