# A binary engine fuelling HD87643' s complex circumstellar environment, using AMBER/VLTI

@article{Millour2009ABE,
title={A binary engine fuelling HD87643' s complex circumstellar environment, using AMBER/VLTI},
author={F. Millour and Olivier Chesneau and Marcelo Borges Fernandes and Anthony Meilland and G. A. de Mars and Christophe O. Benoist and Eric Thi'ebaut and P. Stee and K. H. Hofmann and Fabien R. Baron and John Young and Philippe P. Bendjoya and Aulus Cavalieri Carciofi and Armando Domiciano de Souza and Thomas Driebe and Slobodan Jankov and Pierre Kervella and Romain G. Petrov and Sylvie Robbe-Dubois and Farrokh Vakili and Laurens B.F.M. Waters and Gerd Weigelt},
journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
year={2009}
}
• F. Millour, +19 authors G. Weigelt
• Published 2 August 2009
• Physics
• arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
Context. The star HD 87643, exhibiting the "B[e] phenomenon", has one of the most extreme infrared excesses for this object class. It harbours a large amount of both hot and cold dust, and is surrounded by an extended reflection nebula. Aims. One of our major goals was to investigate the presence of a companion in HD87643. In addition, the presence of close dusty material was tested through a combination of multi-wavelength high spatial 5Aresolution observations. Methods. We observed HD 87643…

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