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Fig. 6


Left: SED and temperature-gradient model B3: the SED of V1026 Sco was constructed using published SED observations (black dots). Some of the points represent binned observations; the size of the error bars is on the order of the size of the dots. The resulting fit curve (red) consists of the stellar contribution (Kurucz model, black dashed line), the inner ring (black solid line), and the outer ring model SED (black dash-dotted line). Right: two-dimensional intensity distribution of our best-fit model (B3) at 2 μm. The narrow bright ring is the inner ring-shaped disk in the model. The central star is not shown here. Please note that the intensity scale is logarithmic; the outer disk contributes only insignificantly to the NIR flux. The actual geometry of the outer disk remains poorly constrained because only two MIDI uv points exist.

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