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Imprints of Stellar Encounters in the ONC
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
AbstractExternal destruction of protoplanetary discs acts mainly due to two mechanisms: gravitational drag by stellar encounters and evaporation by stellar winds and radiation. It is an important question whether any of these mechanisms is important in the stellar evolution process. We focus on the effect of stellar encounters and investigate if there are any observables that could trace this mechanism in young stellar clusters. An analysis of observational data of the Orion Nebula Clusterdoi:10.1017/s1743921308015317 fatcat:p7gby7lqzbdnnjybvbk7zcjafa