Deep imaging survey of young, nearby austral stars VLT/NACO near-infrared Lyot-coronographic observations
Context: High contrast and high angular resolution imaging is the optimal search technique for substellar companions to nearby stars at physical separations larger than typically 10 AU. Two distinct populations of substellar companions, brown dwarfs and planets, can be probed and characterized. As a result, fossile traces of processes of formation and evolution can be revealed by physical and orbital properties, both for individual systems and as an ensemble. Aims: Since November 2002, we have...[Show more]
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