# DIRECT IMAGING DISCOVERY OF A “SUPER-JUPITER” AROUND THE LATE B-TYPE STAR κ And*

@article{Carson2012DIRECTID,
title={DIRECT IMAGING DISCOVERY OF A “SUPER-JUPITER” AROUND THE LATE B-TYPE STAR $\kappa$ And*},
author={J. Carson and C. Thalmann and M. Janson and T. Kozakis and M. Bonnefoy and B. Biller and J. Schlieder and T. Currie and M. McElwain and M. Goto and T. Henning and W. Brandner and M. Feldt and R. Kandori and M. Kuzuhara and L. Stevens and P. Wong and K. Gainey and M. Fukagawa and Y. Kuwada and Timothy D. Brandt and J. Kwon and L. Abe and S. Egner and C. Grady and O. Guyon and J. Hashimoto and Y. Hayano and M. Hayashi and S. Hayashi and K. Hodapp and M. Ishii and M. Iye and G. Knapp and T. Kudo and N. Kusakabe and T. Matsuo and S. Miyama and J. Morino and A. Moro-martin and T. Nishimura and T. Pyo and E. Serabyn and H. Suto and R. Suzuki and M. Takami and N. Takato and H. Terada and E. Turner and M. Watanabe and J. Wisniewski and T. Yamada and H. Takami and T. Usuda and M. Tamura},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={2012},
volume={763}
}
We present the direct imaging discovery of an extrasolar planet, or possible low-mass brown dwarf, at a projected separation of 55 ± 2 AU (1.''058 ± 0.''007) from the B9-type star κ And. The planet was detected with Subaru/HiCIAO during the SEEDS survey and confirmed as a bound companion via common proper motion measurements. Observed near-infrared magnitudes of J = 16.3 ± 0.3, H = 15.2 ± 0.2, K s = 14.6 ± 0.4, and L' = 13.12 ± 0.09 indicate a temperature of ~1700 K. The galactic kinematics of… Expand

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