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Strong H-alpha emission and signs of accretion in a circumbinary planetary mass companion from MUSE

Simon C. Ringqvist; Rubén Asensio Torres; Markus Janson; Yuhiko Aoyama; Gabriel-Dominique Marleau; Mickael Bonnefoy; Simon Petrus


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  "description": "<p>With the recent addition of the Narrow Field Mode (NFM), the Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) integral-field spectrograph on VLT UT4 now offers an AO-corrected field of view of 7.5&#39;&#39; x 7.5&#39;&#39; with a mean resolution of 3000 at 480-930 nm. Using MUSE in NFM we have observed 2MASS J01033563-5515561 (AB) b (Delorme 1 (AB) b), a 47 pc distant 12-14 MJup&nbsp;object orbiting a pair of young M5 stars at 84 AU (Eriksson et al. 2020). Observations covered 2.5 hours and obtained a near-visual spectrum&nbsp;(4750-9350 &Aring;) of this hot, young planet/brown dwarf, in addition to resolving both components of the 0.25&rsquo;&rsquo;&nbsp;binary (Fig. 1).</p>\n\n<p>Here we present some highlights from our analysis of Delorme 1 (AB) b in&nbsp;Eriksson et al. (2020,&nbsp;A&amp;A 638, L6).&nbsp;The most interesting one being very strong H\ud835\udefc&nbsp;emission, 17 times the local continuum with a mean equivalent width of -138+-13 &Aring;, accompanied by H\ud835\udefd&nbsp;and weaker He I lines. Together, these lines provide a strong indication that Delorme 1 (AB) b could be actively accreting, possibly putting it at tension with its estimated age of 30-45 Myr, or hinting at the presence of an unusually old disk.</p>", 
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  "url": "https://zenodo.org/record/4548117", 
  "datePublished": "2021-02-18", 
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