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A "Starless'' Core That Isn't: Detection of A Source in the L1014 Dense Core With the Spitzer Space Telescope
We present observations of L1014, a dense core in the Cygnus region previously thought to be starless, but data from the Spitzer Space Telescope show the presence of an embedded source. We propose a model for this source ...
The M Dwarf Planet Search Programme At The ESO VLT + UVES A Search For Terrestrial Planets In The Habitable Zone Of M Dwarfs
We present radial velocity ( RV) measurements of our sample of 40 M dwarfs from our planet search programme with VLT + UVES begun in 2000. Although with our RV precision down to 2-2.5m/s and timebase line of up to 7 years, ...
Astrometry With The Hubble Space Telescope: Trigonometric Parallaxes Of Planetary Nebula Nuclei NGC 6853, NGC 7293, Abell 31, And Deht 5
We present absolute parallaxes and relative proper motions for the central stars of the planetary nebulae NGC 6853 (The Dumbbell), NGC 7293 (The Helix), Abell 31, and DeHt 5. This paper details our reduction and analysis ...
The ACS Survey Of Galactic Globular Clusters. VI. NGC 6366: A Heavily Stripped Galactic Globular Cluster
We have used observations obtained as part of the Hubble Space Telescope/ACS Survey of Galactic globular clusters (GCs) to construct a color-magnitude diagram for the bulge cluster, NGC 6366. The luminosity function derived ...
An M Sin I=24 M-Circle Plus Planetary Companion To The Nearby M Dwarf Gj 176
We report the detection of a planetary companion with a minimum mass of m sin i 0.0771 M-Jup 24.5 M-circle plus to the nearby (d 9.4 pc) M2.5 V star GJ 176. The star was observed as part of our M dwarf planet search at the ...
A Probable Close Brown Dwarf Companion To GJ 1046 (M 2.5V)
Context. Brown dwarf companions to stars at separations of a few AU or less are rare objects, and none have been found so far around early-type M dwarfs (M 0V-M5V). With GJ 1046 (M 2.5V), a strong candidate for such a ...