HD 3651 B: the first directly imaged brown dwarf companion of an exoplanet host star

@article{Mugrauer2006HD3B,
  title={HD 3651 B: the first directly imaged brown dwarf companion of an exoplanet host star},
  author={M. Mugrauer and A. Seifahrt and R. Neuhaeuser and T. Mazeh},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters},
  year={2006},
  volume={373}
}
  • M. Mugrauer, A. Seifahrt, +1 author T. Mazeh
  • Published 2006
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
  • In the course of our ongoing multiplicity study of exoplanet host stars we detected a faint companion located at ∼43 arcsec (480 au physical projected separation) north-west of its primary – the exoplanet host star HD 3651 at 11 pc. The companion, HD 3651 B, clearly shares the proper motion of the exoplanet host star in our four images, obtained with the European Southern Observatory New Technology Telescope and the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope, spanning three years in epoch difference… CONTINUE READING
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