Continuum brightness temperature profiles of the best fit of CX Tau (red line) and all DSHARP disks that are not in binary systems and do not show an inner cavity (data from Andrews et al. 2018a; Huang et al. 2018). The brightness temperature is computed from the intensity map in the Rayleigh-Jeans approximation using source specific distances from the Gaia catalogue.
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