CS Cha B: A disc-obscured M-type star mimicking a polarised planetary companion

@inproceedings{Haffert2020CSCB,
  title={CS Cha B: A disc-obscured M-type star mimicking a polarised planetary companion},
  author={S. Haffert and R. V. Holstein and C. Ginski and J. Brinchmann and I. Snellen and J. Milli and T. Stolker and C. U. Keller and J. Girard},
  year={2020}
}
  • S. Haffert, R. V. Holstein, +6 authors J. Girard
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Context. Direct imaging provides a steady flow of newly discovered giant planets and brown dwarf companions. These multi-object systems can provide information about the formation of low-mass companions in wide orbits and/or help us to speculate about possible migration scenarios. Accurate classification of companions is crucial for testing formation pathways. Aims. In this work we further characterise the recently discovered candidate for a planetary-mass companion CS Cha b and determine if it… CONTINUE READING

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