HD 106906 b: A PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION OUTSIDE A MASSIVE DEBRIS DISK

@article{Bailey2013HD1B,
  title={HD 106906 b: A PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION OUTSIDE A MASSIVE DEBRIS DISK},
  author={Vanessa P. Bailey and Tiffany Meshkat and Megan Reiter and Katie M. Morzinski and Jared R. Males and Kate Y. L. Su and Philip M. Hinz and Matthew A. Kenworthy and Daniel P. Stark and Eric E. Mamajek and Runa Briguglio and Laird M. Close and Katherine B. Follette and Alfio T. Puglisi and Timothy J. Rodigas and Alycia J. Weinberger and Marco Xompero},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={780}
}
We report the discovery of a planetary-mass companion, HD 106906 b, with the new Magellan Adaptive Optics (MagAO) + Clio2 system. The companion is detected with Clio2 in three bands: J, KS, and L′, and lies at a projected separation of 7.″1 (650 AU). It is confirmed to be comoving with its 13 ± 2 Myr F5 host using Hubble Space Telescope Advanced Camera for Surveys astrometry over a time baseline of 8.3 yr. DUSTY and COND evolutionary models predict that the companion's luminosity corresponds to… 

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