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2012ApJ...748...30R - Astrophys. J., 748, 30 (2012/March-3)

A substellar companion to the dusty Pleiades star HD 23514.

RODRIGUEZ D.R., MAROIS C., ZUCKERMAN B., MACINTOSH B. and MELIS C.

Abstract (from CDS):

With adaptive optics imaging at Keck observatory, we have discovered a substellar companion to the F6 Pleiades star HD 23514, one of the dustiest main-sequence stars known to date (LIR/L*∼ 2%). This is one of the first brown dwarfs discovered as a companion to a star in the Pleiades. The 0.06 Mlate-M secondary has a projected separation of ∼360 AU. The scarcity of substellar companions to stellar primaries in the Pleiades combined with the extremely dusty environment make this a unique system to study.

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Journal keyword(s): binaries: visual - brown dwarfs - infrared: stars - open clusters and associations: individual: Pleiades - stars: individual: HD 23514

Simbad objects: 19

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