Further deep imaging of HR 7329 A (η Tel A) and its brown dwarf companion B

@article{Neuhauser2011FurtherDI,
  title={Further deep imaging of HR 7329 A ($\eta$ Tel A) and its brown dwarf companion B},
  author={Ralph Neuhauser and Ch. Ginski and Tobias O. B. Schmidt and M. Mugrauer Astrophysikalisches Institut und Universitats-Sternwarte and Jena and H Germany},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={416},
  pages={1430-1435}
}
About 4 arcsec south of the young A0-type star HR 7329, a faint companion candidate was found by Lowrance et al. Its spectral type of M7-8 is consistent with a young brown dwarf companion. Here we report 10 new astrometric imaging observations of the pair HR 7329 A and B, obtained with the Hubble Space Telescope and the Very Large Telescope, aimed at showing a common proper motion with high significance and possible orbital motion of B around A. With 11 yr of epoch difference between the first… Expand

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