Orbital characterization of the β Pictoris b giant planet

@article{Chauvin2012OrbitalCO,
  title={Orbital characterization of the $\beta$ Pictoris b giant planet},
  author={G. Chauvin and Anne-Marie Lagrange and Herv'e Beust and M. Bonnefoy and Anthony Boccaletti and D{\'a}niel Apai and France Allard and David Ehrenreich and Julien H. Girard and David Mouillet and Daniel Rouan},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2012},
  volume={542},
  pages={9}
}
In June 2010, we confirmed the existence of a giant planet in the disk of the young star Beta Pictoris, located between 8 AU and 15 AU from the star. This young planet offers the rare opportunity to monitor a large fraction of the orbit using the imaging technique over a reasonably short timescale. Using the NAOS-CONICA adaptive-optics instrument (NACO) at the Very Large Telescope (VLT), we obtained repeated follow-up images of the Bpic system in the Ks and L' filters at four new epochs in 2010… Expand

Figures and Tables from this paper

Post-conjunction detection of β Pictoris b with VLT/SPHERE
Context. With an orbital distance comparable to that of Saturn in the solar system, β Pictoris b is the closest (semi-major axis ≃9 au) exoplanet that has been imaged to orbit a star. Thus it offersExpand
The orbit of beta Pictoris b as a transiting planet
In 1981, Beta Pictoris showed strong and rapid photometric variations possibly due to a transiting giant planet. Later, a planetary mass companion to the star, Beta Pic b, was identified usingExpand
The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: The Orbit of the Young Exoplanet β Pictoris b
We present new astrometry for the young (12-21 Myr) exoplanet beta Pictoris b taken with the Gemini/NICI and Magellan/MagAO instruments between 2009 and 2012. The high dynamic range of ourExpand
Peering into the formation history of β Pictoris b with VLTI/GRAVITY long-baseline interferometry
Our objective is to estimate the C/O ratio in the atmosphere of beta Pictoris b and obtain an estimate of the dynamical mass of the planet, as well as to refine its orbital parameters usingExpand
β PICTORIS' INNER DISK in POLARIZED LIGHT and NEW ORBITAL PARAMETERS for β PICTORIS b
© 2015. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. We present H-band observations of β Pic with the Gemini Planet Imager's (GPI's) polarimetry mode that reveal the debris disk betweenExpand
Hint of curvature in the orbital motion of the exoplanet 51 Eridani b using 3 yr of VLT/SPHERE monitoring
Context. The 51 Eridani system harbors a complex architecture with its primary star forming a hierarchical system with the binary GJ 3305AB at a projected separation of 2000 au, a giant planetExpand
Fast spin of the young extrasolar planet β Pictoris b
TLDR
The combined line profile exhibits a rotational broadening of about 25 kilometres per second, meaning that β Pictoris b spins significantly faster than any planet in the Solar System, in line with the extrapolation of the known trend in spin velocity with planet mass. Expand
Orbital and atmospheric characterization of the planet within the gap of the PDS 70 transition disk
Aims: We aim to characterize the orbital and atmospheric properties of PDS 70 b, which was first identified on May 2015 in the course of the SHINE survey with SPHERE, the extreme adaptive-opticsExpand
The mass of the young planet Beta Pictoris b through the astrometric motion of its host star
The young massive Jupiters discovered with high-contrast imaging1–4 provide a unique opportunity to study the formation and early evolution of gas giant planets. A key question is to what extentExpand
Astrometric follow-up observations of directly imaged sub-stellar companions to young stars and brown dwarfs
The formation of massive planetary or brown dwarf companions at large projected separations from their host star is not yet well understood. In order to put constraints on formation scenarios weExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 54 REFERENCES
The position of β Pictoris b position relative to the debris disk
Context. We detected in 2009 a giant, close-by planet orbiting β Pic, a young star surrounded by a disk that has been extensively studied for more than 20 years. We showed that if the planet wereExpand
A Giant Planet Imaged in the Disk of the Young Star β Pictoris
TLDR
It is shown that the ~10-million-year-oldβ Pictoris system hosts a massive giant planet, β Pictoris b, located 8 to 15 astronomical units from the star, which confirms that gas giant planets form rapidly within disks and validates the use of disk structures as fingerprints of embedded planets. Expand
Is Beta Pic b the transiting planet of November 1981
In 1981, Beta Pictoris showed strong and rapid photometric variations that were attributed to the transit of a giant comet or a planet orbiting at several AUs (Lecavelier des Etangs et al. 1994,Expand
HST/NICMOS DETECTION OF HR 8799 b IN 1998
Three planets have been directly imaged around the young star HR 8799. The planets are 5-13 M Jup and orbit the star at projected separations of 24-68 AU. While the initial detection occurred inExpand
VLT/NACO astrometry of the HR 8799 planetary system - L′-band observations of the three outer planets
Context. HR 8799 is so far the only directly imaged multiple exoplanet system. The orbital configuration would, if better known, provide valuable insight into the formation and dynamical evolution ofExpand
Dynamical modeling of large scale asymmetries in the beta Pictoris dust disk
We report a new and complete model of the Pictoris disk, which succeeds in accounting for both the surface brightness distribution, warp characteristics, the outer \butterfly" asymmetry as observedExpand
High angular resolution detection of β Pictoris b at 2.18 μm
Context. A giant planet was recently discovered around the young star β Pictoris. This planet is the closest to its parent star ever imaged. With an estimated mass of about 9 M Jup and separation ofExpand
Planets of β Pictoris revisited
Observations have revealed a large variety of structures (global asymmetries, warps, belts, rings) and dynamical phenomena (“falling-evaporating bodies” or FEBs, the “ β  Pic dust stream”) in theExpand
Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph Coronagraphic Observations of β Pictoris
We present new coronagraphic images of β Pictoris obtained with the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) in 1997 September. The high-resolution images (01) clearly detect the circumstellarExpand
β Pictoris, a young planetary system? A review
Abstract β Pictoris is a bright southern hemisphere star observed in 1983 by the IRAS satellite as presenting a large and unexpected IR excess. This excess was called the Vega-like phenomenon andExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...