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The 2018 eruption and long term evolution of the new high-mass Herbig Ae/Be object Gaia- 18azl = VES 263


Munari, Ulisse; Joshi, V.; Banerjee, Dipankar P.K.; Cotar, K.; Shugarov S.Y.; Jurdana- Šepić, Rajka; Belligoli, B.; Bergamini, A.; Graziani, M., Righetti, G. L.; Vagnozzi, A., Valisa P.
The 2018 eruption and long term evolution of the new high-mass Herbig Ae/Be object Gaia- 18azl = VES 263 // Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 488 (2019), 5536-5550 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
The 2018 eruption and long term evolution of the new high-mass Herbig Ae/Be object Gaia- 18azl = VES 263

Autori
Munari, Ulisse ; Joshi, V. ; Banerjee, Dipankar P.K. ; Cotar, K. ; Shugarov S.Y. ; Jurdana- Šepić, Rajka ; Belligoli, B. ; Bergamini, A. ; Graziani, M., Righetti, G. L. ; Vagnozzi, A., Valisa P.

Izvornik
Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (0035-8711) 488 (2019); 5536-5550

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Stars: pre-main-sequence ; stars: variables: T Tauri, Herbig Ae/Be ; open clusters and associations: individual: Cyg OB2

Sažetak
We have been monitoring, at high cadence, the photometric and spectroscopic evolution of VES 263 following the discovery in 2018 of a brightening labeled as event Gaia-18azl. VES 263 is so far a neglected emission-line object discovered in the 1960s on objective prism plates, tentatively classified as a semi- regular AGB cool giant by automated analysis of ASASSN lightcurves. We have discovered that VES 263 is a bonafide massive pre-Main Sequence object (~12 Msun), of the Herbig AeBe type. It is located at 1.68+/-0.07 kpc distance, within the Cyg OB2 star-forming region, and it is highly reddened (E(B-V)=1.80+/-0.05) by interstellar extinction. In quiescence, the spectral energy distribution is dominated by the 20, 000 K photospheric emission from the central B1II star, and at wavelenghts >=6 micron by emission from circumstellar warm dust (Tdust up to 400 K). The 2018-19 eruption was caused by a marked brightening of the accretion disk around the B1II star as traced by the evolution with time of the integrated flux and the double-peaked profile of emission lines. At the peak of the eruption, the disk has a bulk temperature of ~7500 K and a luminosity L>=860 Lsun, corresponding to a mass accretion rate >=1.1x10(-5) Msun/yr. Spectroscopic signature of possible bipolar jets >(at -700 and +700 km/s) of variable intensity are found. We have reconstructed from Harvard, Moscow and Sonneberg photographic plates the photometric history of VES 263 from 1896 to 1995, showing through 1953-1969 a state much brighter than current eruption.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Fizika



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Projekt / tema
uniri-prirod-18-3-1129

Ustanove
Sveučilište u Rijeci - Odjel za fiziku

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Rajka Jurdana-Šepić, (170374)

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