HR 4796A

RA (J2000)
DEC (J2000)
Spec Type
R band (mag)
Distance (pc)
Disk Major Axis "
Disk Diameter (AU)
Inclination (degrees)
Major axis PA
Resolution elements across
At ref. wavelength (microns)
# References
12 36 01.07-39 52 10.0DebrisA05.8672.11417627Schneider et al. 200923.30.641


Spectral Type Reference: Houk 1982


The HR 4796A Debris System: Discovery of Extensive Exo-ring Dust Material

Schneider, G. et al. 2018 A.J. 155 77

Extended, diffuse halo of escaping dust

New constraints on the millimetre emission of six debris discs

Marshall, J. P. et al. 2017, MNRAS, 468, 2719

3 other objects in this reference

ATCA 9mm observations

Near-infrared scattered light properties of the HR 4796 A dust ring. A measured scattering phase function from 13.6° to 166.6°

Milli, J. et al. 2017, A&A, 599, 24

VLT/SPHERE observations

The far-infrared behaviour of Herbig Ae/Be discs: Herschel PACS photometry

Pascual, N. et al. 2016, A & A, 586, 17

12 other objects in this reference

New constraints on the dust surrounding HR 4796A

Milli, J. et al. 2015, A&A, 577, 16

VLT K and L' band polarised light images

Polarimetry with the Gemini Planet Imager: Methods, Performance at First Light, and the Circumstellar Ring around HR 4796A

Perrin, M. et al. 2015, ApJ, 799, 26

GPI polarimetry

Gap Clearing by Planets in a Collisional Debris Disk

Nesvold, E. R., et al. 2015, ApJ, 798, 10

4 other objects in this reference

On the Morphology and Chemical Composition of the HR 4796A Debris Disk

Rodigas, T. et al. 2015, ApJ, 798, 19

Magellan 0.77, 0.91, 0.99, 2.15, 3.1, 3.3, and 3.8 μm

An insight in the surroundings of HR 4796

Lagrange, A.-M. et al. 2012 A.A. 546 38

L band high contrast imaging

Impact of angular differential imaging on circumstellar disk images

Milli, J. et al. 2012 A.A. 545 111

Suggests Thalmann's ansa features are artifacts

Ruling out unresolved binaries in five transitional disks. VLT/NACO deep 2.12 and 1.75 μm narrow-band imaging

Vicente, S. et al. 2011, A&A, 533, 12

2 other objects in this reference

Asymmetric heating of the HR 4796A dust ring due to pericenter glow

Moerchen, M. M. et al. 2011, A&A, 526, 6

Gemini 18 and 25 μm

Images of the Extended Outer Regions of the Debris Ring around HR 4796 A

Thalmann, C. et al. 2011 Ap.J. 743 L6

Material outflowing from disk ansae ?

Subaru near-IR AO image
Are debris discs self-stirred?

Kennedy, G. M. et al. 2010, MRNAS, 405, 1253

1 other objects in this reference

Kuiper belts around Nearby Stars

Nilsson, R. et al. 2010 A.&A. 518 A40

8 other objects in this reference

870 micron detection

Speckle Suppression Through Dual Imaging Polarimetry, and a Ground-based Image of the HR 4796A Circumstellar Disk

Hinkley, S., Oppenheimer, B. R., Soummer, R., Brenner, D., Graham, J. R., Perrin, M. D., Sivaramakrishnan, A., Lloyd, J. P., Roberts, L. C., Kuhn, J., 2009, ApJ, 701, 804

STIS Imaging of the HR 4796A Circumstellar Debris Ring

Schneider, G., Weinberger, A. J., Becklin, E. E., Debes, J. H., Smith, B. A., 2009, AJ, 137, 53

Complex Organic Materials in the Circumstellar Disk of HR 4796A

Debes, J. H., Weinberger, A. J., Schneider, G., 2008, ApJ, 673, 191

Complex Organic Materials in the HR 4796A Disk?

Kohler, M., Mann, I., Li, A., 2008, ApJ, 686, 95

Outer Edges of Debris Discs. How Sharp is Sharp?

Thebault, P., Wu, Y., 2008, A&A, 481, 713

1 other objects in this reference

Formation of narrow dust rings in circumstellar debris disks

Besla, G., & Wu, Y., 2007, ApJ, 655, 528

Effects of photophoresis on the evolution of transitional circumstellar disks

Herrmann, F., & Krivov, A.V., 2007, A&A, 476, 829

Nearby Debris Disk Systems with High Fractional Luminosity Reconsidered

Moór, A. et al. 2006, ApJ, 644, 525

18 other objects in this reference

8-13 micron spectroscopy of Young Stellar Objects: Evolution of the Silicate feature

Kessler-Silacci, J.E., Hillenbrand, L.A., Blake, G.A., & Meyer, M.R., 2005, ApJ, 622, 404

10 other objects in this reference

Photophoresis and the pile-up of dust in young circumstellar disks

Kraus, O., & Wurm, G., 2005, ApJ, 630, 1088

Decay of planetary debris disks

Rieke, G.H., Su, K.Y.L., Stansberry, J.A., et al., 2005, ApJ, 620, 1010

8 other objects in this reference

The differential lifetimes of protostellar gas and dust disks

Takeuchi, T., Clarke, C.J., & Lin, D.N.C, 2005, ApJ, 627, 286

Radial Distribution of Dust Grains around HR 4796A

Wahhaj, Z. et al. 2005 Ap.J. 618 385

Submillimetre observations and modelling of Vega-type stars

Sheret, I., Dent, W.R.F. & Wyatt, M.C., 2004, MNRAS, 348, 1282

3 other objects in this reference

Modeling the Infrared Emission from the HR 4796A Disk

Li, A. and Lunine, J.I. 2003 Ap.J. 590 368

Dust Distribution in Gas Disks: A Model for the Ring around HR 4796A

Klahr, H. H. and Lin, D.N.C. 2001 Ap.J. 554 1095

The Dust and Gas Content of a Disk around the Young Star HR 4796A

Greaves, J.S., Mannings, V., and Holland, W.S. 2000

On the HR 4796 A circumstellar disk

Augereau, J.-C., et al. 1999, A.&A. 348 557

Forming the Dusty Ring in HR 4796A

Kenyon, S.J., Wood, K., Whitney, B.A.. and Wolff, M.J. 1999 Ap.J. 524 L119

Molecular line observations of southern main-sequence stars with dust disks: alpha PS A, beta Pic, epsilon ERI and HR 4796 A. Does the low gas content of the beta PIC and epsilon ERI disks hint of planets?

Liseau, R. 1999 A.&A. 348 133

2 other objects in this reference

NICMOS Imaging of the HR 4796A Circumstellar Disk

Schneider, G. et al. 1999 Ap.J. 513 L127

NICMOS/HST image of the disk around HR 4796A
How Observations of Circumstellar Disk Asymmetries Can Reveal Hidden Planets: Pericenter Glow and Its Application to the HR 4796 Disk

Wyatt, M.C., et al. 1999 Ap.J. 527 918

1 other objects in this reference

A Dust Disk Surrounding the Young A Star HR 4796A

Jayawardhana, R. et al. 1998 Ap.J. 503 L79

A Protocometary Cloud around HR 4796A?

Jura, M. et al. 1998 Ap.J. 505 897

Mid-Infrared Imaging of a Circumstellar Disk around HR 4796: Mapping the Debris of Planetary Formation

Koerner, D.W., Ressler, M.E., Werner, M.W., and Backman, D.E. 1998 Ap.J. 503 L79

12.5 and 20.8 micron imagery

The dust debris around HR 4796

Jura, M. 1991 Ap.J. 383 L79