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Observing ongoing planet formation

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In this talk, I will briefly review the quest for observing planets in their formation stages, and present a method that can provide protoplanet detections and measurement of their mass. I will show preliminary results from our recent ALMA long baseline observations of the gas kinematics around candidate circumplanetary discs (CPDs), and continuum observations of a particular ringed system. We could finish the talk by discussing how we can constrain physical parameters in planet formation theories using long baseline observations.

This talk is part of the Exoplanet Meetings series.

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