SIMP J013656.5+093347.3 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2020AJ....159..125L 300           X         6 18 ~ Cloud atlas: weak color modulations due to rotation in the planetary-mass companion GU Psc b and 11 other brown dwarfs. LEW B.W.P., APAI D., ZHOU Y., et al.
2020AJ....159..257B 70       D     X         2 95 ~ The Hawaii infrared parallax program. IV. A comprehensive parallax survey of L0-T8 dwarfs with UKIRT. BEST W.M.J., LIU M.C., MAGNIER E.A., et al.
2020ApJ...891..171Z 170       D     X         4 88 ~ COol Companions ON Ultrawide orbiTS (COCONUTS). I. A high-gravity T4 benchmark around an old white dwarf and a re-examination of the surface-gravity dependence of the L/T transition. ZHANG Z., LIU M.C., HERMES J.J., et al.
2020ApJ...893L..30B 100               F     1 42 ~ Strong near-infrared spectral variability of the young cloudy L dwarf companion VHS J1256-1257 b. BOWLER B.P., ZHOU Y., MORLEY C.V., et al.
2019A&A...629A.145E viz 1446     A D S   X C       30 37 ~ Detection of new strongly variable brown dwarfs in the L/T transition. ERIKSSON S.C., JANSON M. and CALISSENDORFF P.
2019AJ....157..101M viz 345       D     X         8 93 ~ Cloud Atlas: Hubble Space Telescope near-infrared spectral library of brown dwarfs, planetary-mass companions, and hot Jupiters. MANJAVACAS E., APAI D., ZHOU Y., et al.
2019AJ....157..234S viz 170 ~ ACRONYM. III. Radial velocities for 336 candidate young low-mass stars in the solar neighborhood, including 77 newly confirmed young moving group members. SCHNEIDER A.C., SHKOLNIK E.L., ALLERS K.N., et al.
2019ApJ...875L..15M 140           X         3 15 ~ Cloud atlas: rotational spectral modulations and potential sulfide clouds in the planetary-mass, late T-type companion Ross 458C. MANJAVACAS E., APAI D., LEW B.W.P., et al.
2019MNRAS.483..480V 140           X         3 52 ~ A search for variability in exoplanet analogues and low-gravity brown dwarfs. VOS J.M., BILLER B.A., BONAVITA M., et al.
2019MNRAS.486.1260Z 187           X C       3 100 ~ Primeval very low-mass stars and brown dwarfs - VI. Population properties of metal-poor degenerate brown dwarfs. ZHANG Z.H., BURGASSER A.J., GALVEZ-ORTIZ M.C., et al.
2019MNRAS.487.1994K 187           X         4 11 ~ Constraints on magnetospheric radio emission from Y dwarfs. KAO M.M., HALLINAN G. and PINEDA J.S.
2018AJ....155...11M 179           X         4 9 2 Cloud Atlas: discovery of rotational spectral modulations in a low-mass, L-type brown dwarf companion to a star. MANJAVACAS E., APAI D., ZHOU Y., et al.
2018AJ....155...95B 314           X         7 24 4 Simultaneous multiwavelength variability characterization of the free-floating planetary-mass object PSO J318.5-22. BILLER B.A., VOS J., BUENZLI E., et al.
2018AJ....155..132Z 332       D     X C       7 12 ~ Cloud atlas: rotational modulations in the L/T transition brown dwarf companion HN Peg B. ZHOU Y., APAI D., METCHEV S., et al.
2018AJ....155..238S 45           X         1 30 1 Spitzer light curves of the young, planetary-mass TW Hya members 2MASS J11193254-1137466AB and WISEA J114724.10-204021.3. SCHNEIDER A.C., HARDEGREE-ULLMAN K.K., CUSHING M.C., et al.
2018ApJ...856...23G viz 45           X         1 1601 34 BANYAN. XI. The BANYAN Σ multivariate Bayesian algorithm to identify members of young associations with 150 pc. GAGNE J., MAMAJEK E.E., MALO L., et al.
2018ApJS..237...25K 1926     A D     X C       43 21 ~ The strongest magnetic fields on the coolest brown dwarfs. KAO M.M., HALLINAN G., PINEDA J.S., et al.
2018PASP..130a4504S 18       D               1 13 ~ Precision time-series photometry in the thermal infrared with a "wall-eyed" pointing mode at the Large Binocular telescope. SPALDING E., HINZ P., SKEMER A., et al.
2017AJ....154..138N 305           X         7 32 2 A search for photometric variability in the young T3.5 planetary-mass companion GU Psc b. NAUD M.-E., ARTIGAU E., ROWE J.F., et al.
2017AJ....154..147D viz 17       D               2 323 4 CCD parallaxes for 309 late-type dwarfs and subdwarfs. DAHN C.C., HARRIS H.C., SUBASAVAGE J.P., 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...841L...1G 2115 T K A S   X C       46 30 14
SIMP J013656.5+093347 is likely a planetary-mass object in the Carina-Near moving group.
GAGNE J., FAHERTY J.K., BURGASSER A.J., et al.
2017ApJ...842...78V 279       D     X         7 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...846...75P 192       D     X C       4 25 9 A panchromatic view of brown dwarf aurorae. PINEDA J.S., HALLINAN G. and KAO M.M.
2017ApJ...849...72K 131           X         3 11 1 Characterizing the cloud decks of Luhman 16AB with medium-resolution spectroscopic monitoring. KELLOGG K., METCHEV S., HEINZE A., et al.
2017MNRAS.466.4250L 87           X         2 10 4 Robust detection of quasi-periodic variability: a HAWK-I mini survey of late-T dwarfs. LITTLEFAIR S.P., BURNINGHAM B. and HELLING C.
2017MNRAS.472.2297M 17       D               1 43 1 Rotation periods and photometric variability of rapidly rotating ultracool dwarfs. MILES-PAEZ P.A., PALLE E. and ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R.
2017Sci...357..683A 176           X         4 4 9 Zones, spots, and planetary-scale waves beating in brown dwarf atmospheres. APAI D., KARALIDI T., MARLEY M.S., et al.
2016A&A...589A..26B 68     A   O X         2 49 6 A non-uniform distribution of the nearest brown dwarfs. BIHAIN G. and SCHOLZ R.-D.
2016A&A...589A..49S viz 17       D               1 1371 13 Photometric brown-dwarf classification. II. A homogeneous sample of 1361 L and T dwarfs brighter than J = 17.5 with accurate spectral types. SKRZYPEK N., WARREN S.J. and FAHERTY J.K.
2016AJ....152...24W viz 60       D     X         2 137 24 Trigonometric parallaxes and proper motions of 134 southern late M, L, and T dwarfs from the Carnegie Astrometric Planet Search program. WEINBERGER A.J., BOSS A.P., KEISER S.A., et al.
2016ApJ...817..112S viz 17       D               1 20547 17 A proper motion survey using the first sky pass of NEOWISE-reactivation data. SCHNEIDER A.C., GRECO J., CUSHING M.C., et al.
2016ApJ...817..162S 49           X         1 3 19 Neptune's dynamic atmosphere from Kepler K2 observations: implications for brown dwarf light curve analyses. SIMON A.A., ROWE J.F., GAULME P., et al.
2016ApJ...818...24K 896   K A D     X C       21 18 38 Auroral radio emission from late L and T dwarfs: a new constraint on dynamo theory in the substellar regime. KAO M.M., HALLINAN G., PINEDA J.S., et al.
2016ApJ...820...40A 46           X         1 7 21 High-cadence, high-contrast imaging for exoplanet mapping: observations of the HR 8799 planets with VLT/SPHERE satellite-spot-corrected relative photometry. APAI D., KASPER M., SKEMER A., et al.
2016ApJ...820..111J 86           X         2 10 11 Point source polarimetry with the Gemini planet imager: sensitivity characterization with T5.5 dwarf companion HD 19467 B. JENSEN-CLEM R., MILLAR-BLANCHAER M., MAWET D., et al.
2016ApJ...825...90K 130           X         3 5 13 Maps of evolving cloud structures in Luhman 16AB from HST time-resolved spectroscopy. KARALIDI T., APAI D., MARLEY M.S., et al.
2016ApJ...826....8Y 1425       D S   X C       32 7 26 Extrasolar storms: pressure-dependent changes in light-curve phase in brown dwarfs from simultaneous HST and Spitzer observations. YANG H., APAI D., MARLEY M.S., et al.
2016ApJ...826...73P 868       D S   X C       19 60 23 A survey for Hα emission from late L dwarfs and T dwarfs. PINEDA J.S., HALLINAN G., KIRKPATRICK J.D., et al.
2016ApJ...829L..32L 129           X C       2 20 21 Cloud Atlas: discovery of patchy clouds and high-amplitude rotational modulations in a young, extremely red L-type brown dwarf. LEW B.W.P., APAI D., ZHOU Y., et al.
2016ApJ...830..141L 17       D               1 11 10 Observed variability at 1 and 4 µm in the Y0 brown dwarf WISEP J173835.52+273258.9. LEGGETT S.K., CUSHING M.C., HARDEGREE-ULLMAN K.K., et al.
2016ApJ...830..144R 17       D               1 214 14 A brown dwarf census from the SIMP survey. ROBERT J., GAGNE J., ARTIGAU E., et al.
2016ApJ...830L..27R 145       D     X C       3 16 11 The discovery of solar-like activity cycles beyond the end of the main sequence? ROUTE M.
2016ApJS..224...36K viz 17       D               1 45305 25 The AllWISE motion survey, part 2. KIRKPATRICK J.D., KELLOGG K., SCHNEIDER A.C., et al.
2016MNRAS.455.1341M 911       D S   X C F     19 59 7 Hunting for brown dwarf binaries and testing atmospheric models with X-Shooter. MANJAVACAS E., GOLDMAN B., ALCALA J.M., et al.
2016MNRAS.463.2202B 979     A D     X C F     22 10 2 A LOFAR mini-survey for low-frequency radio emission from the nearest brown dwarfs. BURNINGHAM B., HARDCASTLE M., NICHOLS J.D., et al.
2015ApJ...798..127B 464           X C       10 8 34 Cloud structure of the nearest brown dwarfs: spectroscopic variability of Luhman 16AB from the Hubble Space Telescope. BUENZLI E., SAUMON D., MARLEY M.S., et al.
2015ApJ...798L..13Y 649   K   D     X C       15 6 30 HST rotational spectral mapping of two L-type brown dwarfs: variability in and out of water bands indicates high-altitude haze layers. YANG H., APAI D., MARLEY M.S., et al.
2015ApJ...799..154M 43           X         1 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...812..161S 85           X         2 6 6 Extended baseline photometry of rapidly changing weather patterns on the brown dwarf binary Luhman-16. STREET R.A., FULTON B.J., SCHOLZ A., et al.
2015ApJ...814...65K viz 1866   K A S   X C       43 8 18 Aeolus: a Markov chain Monte Carlo code for mapping ultracool atmospheres. An application on Jupiter and brown dwarf HST light curves. KARALIDI T., APAI D., SCHNEIDER G., et al.
2015MNRAS.448.3775R 42           X         1 9 7 The brown dwarf atmosphere monitoring (BAM) project - II. Multi-epoch monitoring of extremely cool brown dwarfs. RAJAN A., PATIENCE J., WILSON P.A., et al.
2014A&A...566A.111W viz 494     A D     X         13 73 39 The brown dwarf atmosphere monitoring (BAM) project. I. The largest near-IR monitoring survey of L and T dwarfs. WILSON P.A., RAJAN A. and PATIENCE J.
2014A&A...566A.130C viz 16       D               1 336 23 Doppler imaging of exoplanets and brown dwarfs. CROSSFIELD I.J.M.
2014A&ARv..22...80H 82           X         2 32 28 Atmospheres of brown dwarfs. HELLING C. and CASEWELL S.
2014ApJ...782...77B 167           X C       3 26 62 Brown dwarf photospheres are patchy: a Hubble Space Telescope near-infrared spectroscopic survey finds frequent low-level variability. BUENZLI E., APAI D., RADIGAN J., et al.
2014ApJ...785...48B 829     A D     X C       20 6 38 A monitoring campaign for Luhman 16AB. I. Detection of resolved near-infrared spectroscopic variability. BURGASSER A.J., GILLON M., FAHERTY J.K., et al.
2014ApJ...789L..14M 49           X         1 3 25 Spectral variability from the patchy atmospheres of T and Y dwarfs. MORLEY C.V., MARLEY M.S., FORTNEY J.J., et al.
2014ApJ...793...75R 429       D     X C       10 66 77 Strong brightness variations signal cloudy-to-clear transition of brown dwarfs. RADIGAN J., LAFRENIERE D., JAYAWARDHANA R., et al.
2014ApJ...797..120R 223       D     X C       5 21 29 An independent analysis of the brown dwarf atmosphere monitoring (BAM) data: large-amplitude variability is rare outside the L/T transition. RADIGAN J.
2013A&A...549A.131A viz 16       D               4 184 31 Volume-limited radio survey of ultracool dwarfs. ANTONOVA A., HALLINAN G., DOYLE J.G., et al.
2013A&A...556A.125M 162           X C       3 26 19 Linear polarization of rapidly rotating ultracool dwarfs. MILES-PAEZ P.A., ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R., PALLE E., et al.
2013AJ....145...71K 42           X         1 18 28 A search for photometric variability in L- and T-type brown dwarf atmospheres. KHANDRIKA H., BURGASSER A.J., MELIS C., et al.
2013AN....334...32B 81           X         2 10 2 The Ldwarf/T dwarf transition: Multiplicity, magnetic activityand mineral meteorology across the hydrogen burning limit. BURGASSER A.J.
2013AN....334...40M 248           X C F     4 4 19 Clouds in brown dwarfs and giant planets. METCHEV S., APAI D., RADIGAN J., et al.
2013ApJ...762...47K 42           X         1 11 17 Mapping directly imaged giant exoplanets. KOSTOV V. and APAI D.
2013ApJ...767...61G 367           X C       8 13 20 In search of dust clouds: photometric monitoring of a sample of late L and T dwarfs. GIRARDIN F., ARTIGAU E. and DOYON R.
2013ApJ...767...77S 219       D     X C       5 17 11 On the radii of brown dwarfs measured with AKARI near-infrared spectroscopy. SORAHANA S., YAMAMURA I. and MURAKAMI H.
2013ApJ...767..173H 43           X         1 20 45 Weather on other worlds. I. Detection of periodic variability in the L3 dwarf DENIS-p J1058.7-1548 with precise multi-wavelength photometry. HEINZE A.N., METCHEV S., APAI D., et al.
2013ApJ...768..121A 1511     A D     X C       37 12 97 HST spectral mapping of L/T transition brown dwarfs reveals cloud thickness variations. APAI D., RADIGAN J., BUENZLI E., et al.
2013ApJ...768..125B 57       D     X         2 18 17 Habitable planets eclipsing brown dwarfs: strategies for detection and characterization. BELU A.R., SELSIS F., RAYMOND S.N., et al.
2013ApJ...776...85S 168           X         4 10 64 Atmospheric dynamics of brown dwarfs and directly imaged giant planets. SHOWMAN A.P. and KASPI Y.
2013ApJ...777...84B 162           X         4 32 16 A search for L/T transition dwarfs with Pan-STARRS1 and WISE: discovery of seven nearby objects including two candidate spectroscopic variables. BEST W.M.J., LIU M.C., MAGNIER E.A., et al.
2013ApJ...778...36R 57       D     X         2 56 15 Discovery of a visual T-dwarf triple system and binarity at the L/T transition. RADIGAN J., JAYAWARDHANA R., LAFRENIERE D., et al.
2013ApJ...778L..10B 93           X         2 4 49 Weather on the nearest brown dwarfs: resolved simultaneous multi-wavelength variability monitoring of WISE J104915.57-531906.1AB. BILLER B.A., CROSSFIELD I.J.M., MANCINI L., et al.
2013MNRAS.433.2054S 16       D               1 88 22 NPARSEC: NTT Parallaxes of Southern Extremely Cool objects. Goals, targets, procedures and first results. SMART R.L., TINNEY C.G., BUCCIARELLI B., et al.
2012ApJ...750..105R 1238     A S   X C       29 14 142 Large-amplitude variations of an L/T transition brown dwarf: multi-wavelength observations of patchy, high-contrast cloud features. RADIGAN J., JAYAWARDHANA R., LAFRENIERE D., et al.
2012ApJ...753..156K viz 16       D               1 484 190 Further defining spectral type "Y" and exploring the low-mass end of the field brown dwarf mass function. KIRKPATRICK J.D., GELINO C.R., CUSHING M.C., et al.
2012ApJ...760..151S 498       D     X C       12 29 15 AKARI observations of brown dwarfs. III. CO, CO2, and CH4 fundamental bands and physical parameters. SORAHANA S. and YAMAMURA I.
2011ApJ...726...30M 17       D               1 19 55 The first ultra-cool brown dwarf discovered by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer. MAINZER A., CUSHING M.C., SKRUTSKIE M., et al.
2011ApJ...729..128C 44           X         1 18 144 A combined Subaru/VLT/MMT 1-5 µm study of planets orbiting HR 8799: implications for atmospheric properties, masses, and formation. CURRIE T., BURROWS A., ITOH Y., et al.
2011ApJ...740....4Z 651       D     X C       16 27 19 Near-infrared linear polarization of ultracool dwarfs. ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R., BEJAR V.J.S., GOLDMAN B., et al.
2011ApJS..197...19K viz 16       D               1 575 240 The first hundred brown dwarfs discovered by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). KIRKPATRICK J.D., CUSHING M.C., GELINO C.R., et al.
2010ApJ...710.1142B viz 94       D     X         3 210 144 SpeX spectroscopy of unresolved very low mass binaries. I. Identification of 17 candidate binaries straddling the L dwarf/T dwarf transition. BURGASSER A.J., CRUZ K.L., CUSHING M., et al.
2010ApJ...718L..38A 40           X         1 17 45 DENIS J081730.0-615520: an overlooked mid-T dwarf in the solar neighborhood. ARTIGAU E., RADIGAN J., FOLKES S., et al.
2009AJ....137....1F viz 16       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.
2009ApJ...701.1534A 1410 T K A D     X C F     34 8 99 Photometric variability of the T2.5 brown dwarf
SIMP J013656.5+093347: evidence for evolving weather patterns.
ARTIGAU E., BOUCHARD S., DOYON R., et al.
2008A&A...490..763G 287       D   O X C       7 7 16 Binarity at the L/T brown dwarf transition (Research Note). Adaptive optics search for companions. GOLDMAN B., BOUY H., ZAPATERO OSORIO M.R., et al.
2008ApJ...681..579B 15       D               2 109 82 Subtle signatures of multiplicity in late-type dwarf spectra: the unresolved M8.5 + T5 binary 2MASS J03202839-0446358. BURGASSER A.J., LIU M.C., IRELAND M.J., et al.
2007AJ....134.1162L viz 15       D               98 83 Discovery of 11 new T dwarfs in the Two Micron All Sky Survey, including a possible L/T transition binary. LOOPER D.L., KIRKPATRICK J.D. and BURGASSER A.J.
2007MNRAS.378..901F 77           X         2 23 35 Discovery of a nearby L-T transition object in the Southern Galactic plane. FOLKES S.L., PINFIELD D.J., KENDALL T.R., et al.
2006ApJ...651L..57A 40   K                 7 36 Discovery of the brightest T dwarf in the northern hemisphere. ARTIGAU E., DOYON R., LAFRENIERE D., et al.

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