Orbital and atmospheric characterization of the planet within the gap of the PDS 70 transition disk

@article{Muller2018OrbitalAA,
  title={Orbital and atmospheric characterization of the planet within the gap of the PDS 70 transition disk},
  author={Andr'e Muller and Miriam Keppler and Th. Henning and Matthias Samland and G. Chauvin and Herv'e Beust and A.-L. Maire and Karan Molaverdikhani and R. vanBoekel and Myriam Benisty and Anthony Boccaletti and M. Bonnefoy and Faustine Cantalloube and Benjamin Charnay and Jean-Loup Baudino and Mario Gennaro and Zachary C. Long and Anthony Cheetham and Silvano Desidera and Markus Feldt and Thierry Fusco and Julien H. Girard and Raffaele Gratton and Janis Hagelberg and Markus Janson and Anne-Marie Lagrange and Maud Langlois and Cecilia Lazzoni and Roxanne Ligi and François M{\'e}nard and D. Mesa and Michael R. Meyer and Paul Molli{\`e}re and C. Mordasini and Thibaut Moulin and Alexey Pavlov and Nicole Pawellek and Sascha P. Quanz and J. Ramos and Daniel Rouan and Elena Sissa and Eric Stadler and Arthur Vigan and Z. Wahhaj and Luc Weber and Alice Zurlo},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2018}
}
Context. The observation of planets in their formation stage is a crucial but very challenging step in understanding when, how, and where planets form. PDS 70 is a young pre-main sequence star surrounded by a transition disk, in the gap of which a planetary-mass companion has recently been discovered. This discovery represents the first robust direct detection of such a young planet, possibly still at the stage of formation. Aims. We aim to characterize the orbital and atmospheric properties… Expand
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