Confirmation of the Planet around HD?95086 by Direct Imaging

@article{Rameau2013ConfirmationOT,
  title={Confirmation of the Planet around HD?95086 by Direct Imaging},
  author={Julien Rameau and Ga{\"e}l Chauvin and Anne-Marie Lagrange and Tiffany Meshkat and Anthony Boccaletti and Sascha P. Quanz and Thayne Currie and Dimitri Mawet and Julien H. Girard and Micka{\"e}l Bonnefoy and Matthew A. Kenworthy},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={779}
}
VLT/NaCo angular differential imaging at L' (3.8 μm) revealed a probable giant planet comoving with the young and early-type HD 95086, also known to harbor an extended debris disk. The discovery was based on the proper motion analysis of two datasets spanning 15 months. However, the second dataset suffered from bad atmospheric conditions, which limited the significance of the re-detection at the 3σ level. In this Letter, we report new VLT/NaCo observations of HD 95086 obtained on 2013 June 26… 

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