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Fig. 14.


Final azimuthal Stokes Qϕ- and Uϕ-images of the circumstellar disk of T Cha after applying our correction method compared to the images generated with the conventional IP-subtraction method from Canovas et al. (2011). Positive Qϕ indicates linear polarization in the azimuthal direction and Uϕ shows the linear polarization at ±45° from this direction. The color scales of the top and bottom row are different, i.e., the signals in Qϕ are almost 10 times larger than the signals in Uϕ.

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