First light of the VLT planet finder SPHERE II. The physical properties and the architecture of the young systems PZ Telescopii and HD 1160 revisited

@inproceedings{Maire2016FirstLO,
  title={First light of the VLT planet finder SPHERE II. The physical properties and the architecture of the young systems PZ Telescopii and HD 1160 revisited},
  author={A. L. Maire and Mickael Bonnefoy and Christian Ginski and Arthur Vigan and Sergio Messina and Dino Mesa and Raphael Galicher and Raffaele G. Gratton and Silvano Desidera and Taisiya G. Kopytova and Mervyn Millward and Ch. Thalmann and Riccardo U. Claudi and David Ehrenreich and Alice Zurlo and Gael Chauvin and Jacopo Antichi and Andrea Baruffolo and Andreas Bazzon and J. L. Beuzit and Pierre Blanchard and Anthony Boccaletti and Jos de Boer and Michael Carle and Enrico Cascone and Anne Costille and Vincenzo De Caprio and Alain Delboulb{\'e} and Kjetil Dohlen and Carsten Dominik and Markus Feldt and T. Fusco and Julien H. V. Girard and Enrico Giro and D. Gisler and Laurence Gluck and C{\'e}cile Gry and Thomas W. Henning and Norbert N. Hubin and Emmanuel Hugot and Marc Jaquet and Markus Kasper and Anne-Marie Lagrange and Maud Langlois and David Le Mignant and Marc Llored and F. Madec and Philippe Martinez and Dimitri Mawet and Julien Milli and Ole Moeller-Nilsson and David Mouillet and Thomas Moulin and Claire Moutou and Alain Orign{\'e} and Alex Pavlov and Christophe Petit and Johannes H. Pragt and Pascal Puget and Jairzinho Ramos and Sylvain Rochat and Ronald Roelfsema and Bernardo Salasnich and J Sauvage and Hans Martin Schmid and Massimo Turatto and St'ephane Udry and Farrokh Vakili and Zahed Wahhaj and Luc Weber and François Wildi},
  year={2016}
}
  • A. L. Maire, Mickael Bonnefoy, +68 authors François Wildi
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Context. The young systems PZ Tel and HD 1160, hosting known low-mass companions, were observed during the commissioning of the new planet finder of the Very Large Telescope (VLT) SPHERE with several imaging and spectroscopic modes. Aims. We aim to refine the physical properties and architecture of both systems. Methods. We use SPHERE commissioning data and dedicated Rapid Eye Mount (REM) observations, as well as literature and unpublished data from VLT/SINFONI, VLT/NaCo, Gemini/NICI, and Keck… CONTINUE READING

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