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Illuminating planet formation: The role of external UV radiation in the chemistry of protoplanetary disks, new results from JWST and ALMA – Javier R. Goicoechea

The earliest stages of (exo)planet formation takes place in protoplanetary disks of gas and dust around young stars. It has become evident that the majority of these disks originate within a cluster of stars, subjecting them to intense ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Despite its relevance to planet formation theories (our proto-Solar System disk formed in a cluster) little is known about the role of this external UV radiation in the formation, evolution, and chemical composition of embryonic planetary systems. The unprecedented capabilities of JWST combined to ground based observatories now enables us to characterize protoplanetary disks irradiated by UV from the cluster.

Horarios: March 26, 2024 15:30

Publicado por: Claudia Aguilera

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marzo 26, 2024

schedule 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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Campus San Joaquín (Auditorio Ninoslav Bralic)

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