SIMP J013656.5+093347 Is Likely a Planetary-mass Object in the Carina-Near Moving Group

@article{Gagne2017SIMPJI,
  title={SIMP J013656.5+093347 Is Likely a Planetary-mass Object in the Carina-Near Moving Group},
  author={Jonathan Gagn'e and Jacqueline K. Faherty and Adam J. Burgasser and 'Etienne Artigau and Sandie Bouchard and Loic Albert and David Lafreni{\`e}re and Ren{\'e} Doyon and Daniella Bardalez-Gagliuffi},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={841}
}
We report the discovery that the nearby ($\sim$ 6 pc) photometrically variable T2.5 dwarf SIMP~J013656.5+093347 is a likely member of the $\sim$ 200 Myr-old Carina-Near moving group with a probability of $>$ 99.9% based on its full kinematics. Our $v\sin i$ measurement of $50.9 \pm 0.8$ km s$^{-1}$ combined with the known rotation period inferred from variability measurements provide a lower limit of $1.01 \pm 0.02$ $R_{\mathrm{Jup}}$ on the radius of SIMP0136+0933, an independent verification… 

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