A candidate circumbinary Keplerian disk in G35.20-0.74N: A study with ALMA (Sanchez-Monge et al.)
- Published on 09 April 2013
In section 1. Letters
A candidate circumbinary Keplerian disk in G35.20-0.74N: A study with ALMA
The authors report on ALMA observations of continuum and molecular line emission with 0.′′4 resolution towards the high-mass star-forming region G35.200.74 N. Two dense cores are detected in typical hot-core tracers, such as CH3CN, and they reveal velocity gradients. In one of these cores, the velocity field can be fitted with an almost edge-on Keplerian disk rotating about a central mass of ~ 18 solar masses.