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Title: The spectrum of TMR-1C is consistent with a background star
Authors: Terebey, S.
Van Buren, D.
Matthews, K.
Padgett, D. L.
Keywords: circumstellar matter
infrared radiation
planetary systems
Issue Date: May-2000
Publisher: The American Astronomical Society
Citation: The Astronomical Journal, 119:2341-2348, 2000 May
Abstract: ...This paper presents near-infrared grism spectroscopy to constrain the efective temperature of TMR-1C, obtained with the Near-Infrared Camera (NIRC) at Keck Observatory. To interpret the data, we construct a grid of extincted M dwarf spectra to compare with the low-resolution (RD120) NIRC spectrum. The assumed extinction corresponds to standard interstellar dust. With the additional assumption that no near-infrared dust excess contributes to the spectrum, then M4.5 is the latest spectral type TMR-1C can have within the uncertainties. ...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/40978
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