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Fig. 3


Comparison of optical (V) and NIR (H) polarimetry of the binary PDS 144 (black dots: PDS 144S; and, white dots: PDS 144N) with the polarization YSO models from Robitaille et al.  (2006). Taking into account the extreme edge-on configuration for each component of the binary, we show only the polarization wavelength dependence for models with two inclinations (i = 81°, gray triangles; and, i = 87°, gray squares) and considering the stage II for a central source of 2 M (Fig. 9e from Robitaille et al. 2006, with positive polarizations perpendicular to the disk plane – as in the PDS 144 system).

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