DIRECT IMAGING OF A COLD JOVIAN EXOPLANET IN ORBIT AROUND THE SUN-LIKE STAR GJ 504

@article{Kuzuhara2013DIRECTIO,
  title={DIRECT IMAGING OF A COLD JOVIAN EXOPLANET IN ORBIT AROUND THE SUN-LIKE STAR GJ 504},
  author={M. Kuzuhara and M. Tamura and T. Kudo and M. Janson and R. Kandori and T. Brandt and C. Thalmann and D. Spiegel and B. Biller and J. Carson and Y. Hori and R. Suzuki and A. Burrows and T. Henning and E. Turner and M. Mcelwain and A. Moro-martin and T. Suenaga and Y. Takahashi and J. Kwon and P. Lucas and L. Abe and W. Brandner and S. Egner and M. Feldt and H. Fujiwara and M. Goto and C. A. 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. Matsuo and S. Mayama and S. Miyama and J. Morino and J. Nishikawa and T. Nishimura and T. Kotani and N. Kusakabe and T. Pyo and E. Serabyn and H. Suto and M. Takami and N. Takato and H. Terada and D. Tomono and M. Watanabe and J. Wisniewski and T. Yamada and H. Takami and T. Usuda},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={774},
  pages={11}
}
  • M. Kuzuhara, M. Tamura, +54 authors T. Usuda
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • Several exoplanets have recently been imaged at wide separations of >10?AU from their parent stars. These span a limited range of ages ( 0.5?mag), implying thick cloud covers. Furthermore, substantial model uncertainties exist at these young ages due to the unknown initial conditions at formation, which can lead to an order of magnitude of uncertainty in the modeled planet mass. Here, we report the direct-imaging discovery of a Jovian exoplanet around the Sun-like star GJ 504, detected as part… CONTINUE READING
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