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We present near-infrared images of the circumbinary disk surrounding the pre–main-sequence binary star, GG Tau A, obtained with NICMOS aboard the Hubble Space Telescope. These images have a SNR ∼25 times higher than previous ground-based measurements, which allows the spatially resolved disk to be explored in detail. The geometry of the ring implies that the circumbinary disk is not intrinsically circular, possibly due to interactions with the central binary star. Overall, the circumbinary diskdoi:10.1017/s0074180900225278 fatcat:4lf4skimzbauzfrlepjbqqayim