The Second Arecibo Search for 5 GHz Radio Flares from Ultracool Dwarfs

@article{Route2016TheSA,
  title={The Second Arecibo Search for 5 GHz Radio Flares from Ultracool Dwarfs},
  author={M. Route and Alexander Wolszczan Pennsylvania State University and Purdue University},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2016}
}
We describe our second installment of the 4.75 GHz survey of ultracool dwarfs (UCDs) conducted with the Arecibo radio telescope, which has observed 27 such objects and resulted in the detection of sporadic flaring from the T6 dwarf, WISEPC J112254.73+255021.5. We also present follow up observations of the first radio-emitting T dwarf, 2MASS J10475385+2124234, a tentatively identified radio emitting L1 dwarf, 2MASS J1439284+192915, and the known radio-flaring source, 2MASS J13142039+132011 AB… Expand

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