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A&A
Volume 521, October 2010
Article Number A32
Number of page(s) 18
Section Stellar structure and evolution
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201015197
Published online 18 October 2010

Online Material

Appendix A: Optical data

Table A.1:   Optical observing log.

Table A.2:   Comparison stars.

\begin{figure}
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\end{figure} Figure A.1:

The comparison stars used to derive the differential photometry for DQ Tau. The figure shows the complete 15.6 $'~{\times}~$15.6' field of view for the Wellesley 0.6-m telescope. This I-band image was obtained on 2008 December 25.

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Appendix B: Millimeter data

Table B.1:   Julian day, flux, and uncertainty values for the millimeter light curve on 2008 December 28-29, recorded at a central frequency of 90.0 GHz with the IRAM PdBI.

Table B.2:   Julian day, flux, and uncertainty values for the millimeter light curve on 2009 March 17, recorded at a central frequency of 90.0 GHz with the IRAM PdBI.

Table B.3:   Julian day, flux, and uncertainty values for the millimeter light curve on 2010 January 11-12, recorded at a central frequency of 90.0 GHz with the IRAM PdBI.

Table B.4:   Julian day, flux, and uncertainty values for the millimeter light curve on 2010 January 11-12, recorded at a central frequency of 92.5 GHz with CARMA.

Table B.5:   Julian day, flux, and uncertainty values for the millimeter light curve on 2010 January 12, recorded at a central frequency of 238.5 GHz with the SMA.

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