2MASSW J2208136+292121 , the SIMBAD biblio

2MASSW J2208136+292121 , the SIMBAD biblio (47 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.03.07CET04:44:27


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2021AJ....161....5W 250           X C       4 37 ~ Gemini Planet Imager spectroscopy of the dusty substellar companion HD 206893 B. WARD-DUONG K., PATIENCE J., FOLLETTE K., et al.
2020AJ....159...40U 93               F     1 33 ~ Atmospheric characterization and further orbital modeling of κ Andromeda b. UYAMA T., CURRIE T., HORI Y., et al.
2020AJ....160...38V 19       D               1 89 ~ Spitzer variability properties of low-gravity L dwarfs. VOS J.M., BILLER B.A., ALLERS K.N., et al.
2020ApJ...905...37B 439       D     X C       9 36 ~ As the worlds turn: constraining spin evolution in the planetary-mass regime. BRYAN M.L., GINZBURG S., CHIANG E., et al.
2018AJ....155...34C viz 17       D               2 198 5 Meeting the cool neighbors. XII. An optically anchored analysis of the near-infrared spectra of L dwarfs. CRUZ K.L., NUNEZ A., BURGASSER A.J., et al.
2018AJ....156...57D 1654   K A D S   X C       37 74 2 The Hawaii Infrared Parallax Program. III. 2MASS J0249-0557 c: a wide planetary-mass companion to a low-mass binary in the β Pic moving group. DUPUY T.J., LIU M.C., ALLERS K.N., et al.
2018ApJ...853...75T 218           X C       4 40 1 2MASS J11151597+1937266 a young, dusty, isolated, planetary-mass object with a potential wide stellar companion. THEISSEN C.A., BURGASSER A.J., BARDALEZ GAGLIUFFI D.C., et al.
2018MNRAS.474.1041V 131           X C       2 10 6 Variability of the lowest mass objects in the AB Doradus moving group. VOS J.M., ALLERS K.N., BILLER B.A., et al.
2017AJ....153...46L viz 43           X         1 513 16 A Survey for new members of the Taurus star-forming region with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. LUHMAN K.L., MAMAJEK E.E., SHUKLA S.J., et al.
2017AJ....153..182C 43           X         1 22 18 1-2.4 µm Near-IR spectrum of the giant planet β Pictoris b obtained with the Gemini Planet Imager. CHILCOTE J., PUEYO L., DE ROSA R.J., et al.
2017AJ....154...69S viz 17       D               2 237 11 All-sky Co-moving Recovery Of Nearby Young Members (ACRONYM). II. The β Pictoris Moving Group. SHKOLNIK E.L., ALLERS K.N., KRAUS A.L., et al.
2017ApJ...838...73M viz 17       D               1 233 14 Surface gravities for 228 M, L, and T dwarfs in the NIRSPEC Brown Dwarf Spectroscopic Survey. MARTIN E.C., MACE G.N., McLEAN I.S., et al.
2017ApJ...840...83M 17       D               1 95 8 Weather on other worlds. IV. Hα emission and photometric variability are not correlated in L0-T8 dwarfs. MILES-PAEZ P.A., METCHEV S.A., HEINZE A., et al.
2017ApJ...842...78V 230       D     X         6 35 8 The viewing geometry of brown dwarfs influences their observed colors and variability amplitudes. VOS J.M., ALLERS K.N. and BILLER B.A.
2017ApJ...850...46T 469       S   X C       9 6 7 Cloudless atmospheres for young low-gravity substellar objects. TREMBLIN P., CHABRIER G., BARAFFE I., et al.
2017MNRAS.464.2687H 102       D         F     4 51 10 First limits on the occurrence rate of short-period planets orbiting brown dwarfs. HE M.Y., TRIAUD A.H.M.J. and GILLON M.
2017MNRAS.466.3184M 315       D     X         8 29 4 Optical and near-infrared linear polarization of low and intermediate-gravity ultracool dwarfs. MILES-PAEZ P.A., ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R., PALLE E., et al.
2016ApJ...833...96L viz 644       D     X         16 160 43 The Hawaii infrared parallax program. II. Young ultracool field dwarfs. LIU M.C., DUPUY T.J. and ALLERS K.N.
2016ApJS..225...10F viz 17       D               8 212 80 Population properties of brown dwarf analogs to exoplanets. FAHERTY J.K., RIEDEL A.R., CRUZ K.L., et al.
2015AJ....149..158S viz 16       D               1 188 52 BOSS ultracool dwarfs. I. Colors and magnetic activity of M and l dwarfs. SCHMIDT S.J., HAWLEY S.L., WEST A.A., et al.
2015ApJ...799..154M 141       D     X         4 50 91 Weather on other worlds. II. Survey results: spots are ubiquitous on L and T dwarfs. METCHEV S.A., HEINZE A., APAI D., et al.
2015ApJ...805L..10H 82               F     1 18 14 Early results from VLT SPHERE: long-slit spectroscopy of 2MASS 0122-2439 B, a young companion near the deuterium burning limit. HINKLEY S., BOWLER B.P., VIGAN A., et al.
2015ApJ...807L..13W 41           X         1 16 10 New extinction and mass estimates of the low-mass companion 1RXS 1609 b with the Magellan AO system: evidence of an inclined dust disk. WU Y.-L., CLOSE L.M., MALES J.R., et al.
2015ApJ...810..158F viz 16       D               1 211 99 Fundamental parameters and spectral energy distributions of young and field age objects with masses spanning the stellar to planetary regime. FILIPPAZZO J.C., RICE E.L., FAHERTY J., et al.
2015ApJS..219...33G viz 16       D               1 430 84 BANYAN. VII. A new population of young substellar candidate members of nearby moving groups from the BASS survey. GAGNE J., FAHERTY J.K., CRUZ K.L., et al.
2014A&A...564A..55M viz 97       D   O X         3 65 20 New constraints on the formation and settling of dust in the atmospheres of young M and L dwarfs. MANJAVACAS E., BONNEFOY M., SCHLIEDER J.E., et al.
2014A&A...568A...6Z 894     A D     X C       22 29 35 Trigonometric parallaxes of young field L dwarfs. ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R., BEJAR V.J.S., MILES-PAEZ P.A., et al.
2014A&A...568A..87L 138       D   O X         4 10 2 Long-term Ks-band photometric monitoring of L dwarfs. LOPEZ MARTI B. and ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R.
2014ApJ...783..121G viz 57       D     X         2 213 175 BANYAN. II. Very low mass and substellar candidate members to nearby, young kinematic groups with previously known signs of youth. GAGNE J., LAFRENIERE D., DOYON R., et al.
2014ApJ...786...32M 42           X         1 36 48 Magellan adaptive optics first-light observations of the exoplanet β Pic b. I. Direct imaging in the far-red optical with MagAO+VisAO and in the near-IR with NICI. MALES J.R., CLOSE L.M., MORZINSKI K.M., et al.
2013AJ....145....2F 17       D               2 71 106 2MASS J035523.37+113343.7: a young, dusty, nearby, isolated brown dwarf resembling a giant exoplanet. FAHERTY J.K., RICE E.L., CRUZ K.L., et al.
2013ApJ...772...79A 17       D               3 138 171 A near-infrared spectroscopic study of young field ultracool dwarfs. ALLERS K.N. and LIU M.C.
2012A&A...539A.151A 16       D               1 93 41 Spectroscopy of new brown dwarf members of ρ Ophiuchi and an updated initial mass function. ALVES DE OLIVEIRA C., MORAUX E., BOUVIER J., et al.
2012ARA&A..50...65L 40           X         1 66 113 The formation and early evolution of low-mass stars and brown dwarfs. LUHMAN K.L.
2009AJ....137....1F viz 15       D               1 851 160 The brown dwarf kinematics project I. Proper motions and tangential velocities for a large sample of late-type M, L, and T dwarfs. FAHERTY J.K., BURGASSER A.J., CRUZ K.L., et al.
2009AJ....137.3345C 210       D     X C       5 45 109 Young L dwarfs identified in the field: a preliminary low-gravity, optical spectral sequence from L0 to L5. CRUZ K.L., KIRKPATRICK J.D. and BURGASSER A.J.
2009ApJ...703..399L 15       D               1 196 93 An Infrared/X-ray survey for new members of the Taurus star-forming region. LUHMAN K.L., MAMAJEK E.E., ALLEN P.R., et al.
2008ApJ...689.1295K viz 15       D               1 119 103 A sample of very young field L dwarfs and implications for the brown dwarf ``Lithium test'' at early ages. KIRKPATRICK J.D., CRUZ K.L., BARMAN T.S., et al.
2008MNRAS.384.1399J viz 15       D               162 32 Proper motions of field L and T dwarfs. JAMESON R.F., CASEWELL S.L., BANNISTER N.P., et al.
2007AJ....133..971A viz 15       D               141 28 A new brown dwarf desert? A scarcity of wide ultracool binaries. ALLEN P.R., KOERNER D.W., McELWAIN M.W., et al.
2003AJ....125.3302G viz 82 135 Hubble space telescope observations of binary very low mass stars and brown dwarfs. GIZIS J.E., REID I.N., KNAPP G.R., et al.
2003AJ....126.1006E 2 11 54 Photometric variability at the L/T dwarf boundary. ENOCH M.L., BROWN M.E. and BURGASSER A.J.
2003AJ....126.1526B viz 136 220 Multiplicity of nearby free-floating ultracool dwarfs: a Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 search for companions. BOUY H., BRANDNER W., MARTIN E.L., et al.
2003IAUS..211..459E 8 0 Testing for photometric variability at the L/T boundary. ENOCH M.L., BROWN M.E. and BURGASSER A.J.
2002AJ....124.1170D 16       D               1 85 464 Astrometry and photometry for cool dwarfs and brown dwarfs. DAHN C.C., HARRIS H.C., VRBA F.J., et al.
2002PASP..114..708H 61 42 The y band at 1.035 microns: photometric calibration and the DwarfStellar/Substellar color sequence. HILLENBRAND L.A., FOSTER J.B., PERSSON S.E., et al.
2000AJ....120..447K 1 94 423 67 additional L dwarfs discovered by the Two Micron All Sky Survey. KIRKPATRICK J.D., REID I.N., LIEBERT J., et al.

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