2MASS J11011926-7732383 , the SIMBAD biblio

2MASS J11011926-7732383 , the SIMBAD biblio (36 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2022.08.19CEST22:55:33


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2004ApJ...614..398L 8 5 88 The first discovery of a wide binary brown dwarf. LUHMAN K.L.
2004ApJ...617..565L 1 10 38 Spectroscopic confirmation of the least massive known brown dwarf in Chamaeleon. LUHMAN K.L., PETERSON D.E. and MEGEATH S.T.
2005A&A...439L..19P 12 20 Discovery of a widely separated binary system of very low mass stars. PHAN-BAO N., MARTIN E.L., REYLE C., et al.
2005ApJ...621.1023S 74 71 Discovery of two very low mass binaries: final results of an adaptive optics survey of nearby M6.0-M7.5 stars. SIEGLER N., CLOSE L.M., CRUZ K.L., et al.
2005ApJ...625..906M 2 42 184 Measuring accretion in young substellar objects: approaching the planetary mass regime. MUZEROLLE J., LUHMAN K.L., BRICENO C., et al.
2005ApJ...631L..69L 53 72 The disk fractions of brown dwarfs in IC 348 and Chamaeleon I. LUHMAN K.L., LADA C.J., HARTMANN L., et al.
2005AN....326.1031P 4 0 Widely separated binary systems of very low-mass stars. PHAN-BAO N., MARTIN E.L., REYLE C., et al.
2005MmSAI..76..285L 5 2 Young brown dwarfs: IMF, disks, spatial distribution, and binarity. LUHMAN K.L., FAZIO G., MEGEATH T., et al.
2006A&A...446.1165J 20 30 Radial velocity survey for planets and brown dwarf companions to very young brown dwarfs and very low-mass stars in ChamaeleonI with UVES at the VLT. JOERGENS V.
2006AJ....131.1007B 1 17 47 Resolved spectroscopy of M Dwarf/L dwarf binaries. I. DENIS J220002.05-303832.9AB. BURGASSER A.J. and McELWAIN M.W.
2006ApJ...649..894L 1 24 56 Discovery of a young substellar companion in Chamaeleon. LUHMAN K.L., WILSON J.C., BRANDNER W., et al.
2006Sci...313.1279J 5 4 44 Discovery of a young planetary-mass binary. JAYAWARDHANA R. and IVANOV V.D.
2007ApJ...658..557B 31 37 Discovery of a high proper motion L dwarf binary: 2MASS J15200224-4422419AB. BURGASSER A.J., LOOPER D.L., KIRKPATRICK J.D., et al.
2007ApJ...659L..49A 1 9 35 Discovery of the widest very low mass binary. ARTIGAU E., LAFRENIERE D., DOYON R., et al.
2007ApJ...659.1629L 19 33 Ophiuchus 1622-2405: not a planetary-mass binary. LUHMAN K.L., ALLERS K.N., JAFFE D.T., et al.
2007ApJ...660.1492C 1 24 63 The wide brown dwarf binary Oph 1622-2405 and discovery of a wide, low-mass binary in Ophiuchus (Oph 1623-2402): a new class of young evaporating wide binaries? CLOSE L.M., ZUCKERMAN B., SONG I., et al.
2007A&A...474..129S 265 T K A D     X         7 15 3 X-ray detection of the substellar twin

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STELZER B. and MICELA G.
2007ApJS..173..104L viz 15       D               381 152 The stellar population of the Chamaeleon I star-forming region. LUHMAN K.L.
2007ApJ...671.2074A 43 42 Multiplicity among young brown dwarfs and very low mass stars. AHMIC M., JAYAWARDHANA R., BRANDEKER A., et al.
2009ApJ...692..149A 38           X         1 19 9 On the age of the widest very low mass binary. ARTIGAU E., LAFRENIERE D., ALBERT L., et al.
2009ApJ...691.1265L 269           X C F     5 24 40 Discovery of a wide binary brown dwarf born in isolation. LUHMAN K.L., MAMAJEK E.E., ALLEN P.R., et al.
2010MNRAS.408.1095S 77           X         2 15 13 The enigmatic young brown dwarf binary FUTau: accretion and activity. STELZER B., SCHOLZ A., ARGIROFFI C., et al.
2011A&A...525A..10R 39           X         1 22 6 Large-amplitude photometric variability of the candidate protoplanet TMR-1C. RIAZ B. and MARTIN E.L.
2011ApJ...727...64K viz 55       D     X         2 1046 73 Young stellar groups and their most massive stars. KIRK H. and MYERS P.C.
2011ApJS..193...11M 94       D       C       6 112 49 Spitzer infrared spectrograph survey of young stars in the Chamaeleon I star-forming region. MANOJ P., KIM K.H., FURLAN E., et al.
2011ApJ...730...39B 16       D               1 55 28 A Keck LGS AO search for brown dwarf and planetary mass companions to upper Scorpius brown dwarfs. BILLER B., ALLERS K., LIU M., et al.
2012ApJ...757..141K viz 16       D               1 506 47 Multiple star formation to the bottom of the initial mass function. KRAUS A.L. and HILLENBRAND L.A.
2013ApJ...769....9J 40           X         1 10 13 Shaping the brown dwarf desert: predicting the primordial brown dwarf binary distributions from turbulent fragmentation. JUMPER P.H. and FISHER R.T.
2013A&A...557A..80S 40           X         1 22 6 New companions in the stellar systems of DI Cha, Sz 22, CHXR 32, and Cha Hα 5 in the Chamaeleon I star-forming region. SCHMIDT T.O.B., VOGT N., NEUHAEUSER R., et al.
2014ApJ...788...40T viz 96       D     X         3 222 18 A search for companions to brown dwarfs in the Taurus and Chamaeleon star-forming regions. TODOROV K.O., LUHMAN K.L., KONOPACKY Q.M., et al.
2015ApJ...805...57T viz 16       D               1 182 3 Testing model atmospheres for young very-low-mass stars and brown dwarfs in the infrared: evidence for significantly underestimated dust opacities. TOTTLE J. and MOHANTY S.
2017MNRAS.466.2983G viz 17       D               1 233 3 Discovery of wide low and very low-mass binary systems using Virtual Observatory tools. GALVEZ-ORTIZ M.C., SOLANO E., LODIEU N., et al.
2017AJ....154...46E viz 17       D               2 255 4 A survey for planetary-mass brown dwarfs in the Chamaeleon I star-forming region. ESPLIN T.L., LUHMAN K.L., FAHERTY J.K., et al.
2017ApJ...849...63R viz 17       D               1 291 5 Far-infrared to millimeter data of protoplanetary disks: dust growth in the Taurus, Ophiuchus, and Chamaeleon I star-forming regions. RIBAS A., ESPAILLAT C.C., MACIAS E., et al.
2018MNRAS.478.5460R 43           X         1 11 ~ Formation of multiple low-mass stars, brown dwarfs, and planemos via gravitational collapse. RIAZ R., VANAVERBEKE S. and SCHLEICHER D.R.G.
2020ApJ...889..176F viz 520     A     X         12 14 ~ WISE 2150-7520AB: a very low-mass, wide comoving brown dwarf system discovered through the citizen science project Backyard Worlds: Planet 9. FAHERTY J.K., GOODMAN S., CASELDEN D., et al.

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