Parallaxes of Southern Extremely Cool objects III: 118 L and T dwarfs

@article{Smart2018ParallaxesOS,
  title={Parallaxes of Southern Extremely Cool objects III: 118 L and T dwarfs},
  author={Richard L. Smart and Beatrice Bucciarelli and Hugh R. A. Jones and Federico Marocco and Alexandre Humberto Andrei and Bertrand Goldman and Rene A. Mendez and Victor D’Avila and Ben Burningham and J. I. B. Camargo and Mariateresa Crosta and M. Dapr{\'a} and James S. Jenkins and R{\'e}gis Lachaume and Mario Gilberto Lattanzi and Jucira Lousada Penna and David J. Pinfield and D N da Silva Neto and Alessandro Sozzetti and Alberto Vecchiato},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018}
}
We present new results from the Parallaxes of Southern Extremely Cool dwarfs program to measure parallaxes, proper motions and multiepoch photometry of L and early T dwarfs. The observations were made on 108 nights over the course of 8 yr using the Wide Field Imager on the ESO 2.2m telescope. We present 118 new parallaxes of L and T dwarfs of which 52 have no published values and 24 of the 66 published values are preliminary estimates from this program. The parallax precision varies from 1.0 to… 

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