[PCG24-P05] Possible inclined inner protoplanetary disk
As a part of our survey in archival data obtained with VLT/SPHERE which is the high contrast instrument in near-infrared, we reduced LkHa 330. LkHa 330 is a T Tauri star with a mass of 2.2 solar mass and known to possess gap and spiral structures. By reducing VLT/SPHERE archival data at H band (1.6 micron), we found shadow structures at PA of 85 and 280 degree in the outer disk at 38 AU in radius. We also found a possible bright blob at PA of 160 degree with a separation of 23 AU from the central star. In the poster, we discuss the inclination of the inner disk by comparing our Monte Carlo radiative transfer calculations for the inclined disks and mention future ALMA proposal plan.