Continuum ALMA data at 1.9mm (Band 4) and 2.8mm (Band 3) of the HD 135344B disk. These data are part of three different projects. The Band 4 data have been observed in C40-8 configuration during ALMA Cycle 4 in two execution blocks on September 14th, 2017 and September 28th, 2017 as part of program 2016.1.00340.S with 41 and 42 antennas. Additional Band 4 observations were carried out during Cycle 5 in C43-5 configuration, on January 17th, 2018 as part of the program 2017.A.00025.S using 44 antennas. The Band 3 data were observed in Cycle 5 in the C43- 8 configuration on November 11th, 2017 (2017.1.00884.S) using 44 antennas, and in the C43-5 configuration on January 17th, 2018 (2017.A.00025.S) with 46 antennas. More details as well as the correlator setup are described in the paper.Our Band 6 ALMA Cycle 4 observations (Project ID: ) were obtained on 2016 August 1 and 2 as part of project 2015.1.01058.S. The spectral setup consists of six spectral windows, of which the central frequency [GHz], total bandwidth [MHz], and frequency channel width [kHz] are (216.797, 1875,488), (219.552, 59, 61), (219.941, 59, 61), (220.390, 117, 61), (230.531, 117, 31), and (231.484, 1875, 488), respectively. Our X-Shooter data were carried out in Pr.Id. 299.C-5048 and Pr.Id. 0101.C-0893 with the VLT/X-Shooter spectrograph. This instrument covers the wavelength range from ~300nm to ~2500nm simultaneously, dividing the spectrum in three arms: the UVB (λλ~300-550nm), the VIS (λλ~500-1050nm), and the NIR(λλ~1000-2500nm). All targets were observed both with a narrow slit - 1.000 in the UVB, 0.900 in the VIS, and NIR arms - leading to R~9000 and ~10000, respectively, and a wide slit of 5.000 used to obtain an accurate flux calibration of the spectra. (3 data files).
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- Pub Date:
- May 2019
- Stars: pre-main sequence;
- Photometry: millimetric/submm;