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2MASS 0213+3648 C: A wide T3 benchmark companion to an an active, old M dwarf binary

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2MASS 0213+3648 C: A wide T3 benchmark companion to an an active, old M dwarf binary. / Deacon, N. R.; Magnier, E. A.; Liu, Michael C.; Schlieder, Joshua E.; Aller, Kimberly M.; Best, William M. J.; Bowler, Brendan P.; Burgett, W. S.; Chambers, K. C.; Draper, P. W.; Flewelling, H.; Hodapp, K. W.; Kaiser, N.; Metcalfe, N.; Sweeney, W. E.; Wainscoat, R. J.; Waters, C.

In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 467, No. 1, 01.05.2017, p. 1126-1139.

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Deacon, NR, Magnier, EA, Liu, MC, Schlieder, JE, Aller, KM, Best, WMJ, Bowler, BP, Burgett, WS, Chambers, KC, Draper, PW, Flewelling, H, Hodapp, KW, Kaiser, N, Metcalfe, N, Sweeney, WE, Wainscoat, RJ & Waters, C 2017, '2MASS 0213+3648 C: A wide T3 benchmark companion to an an active, old M dwarf binary', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 467, no. 1, pp. 1126-1139. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stx065

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Deacon, N. R., Magnier, E. A., Liu, M. C., Schlieder, J. E., Aller, K. M., Best, W. M. J., Bowler, B. P., Burgett, W. S., Chambers, K. C., Draper, P. W., Flewelling, H., Hodapp, K. W., Kaiser, N., Metcalfe, N., Sweeney, W. E., Wainscoat, R. J., & Waters, C. (2017). 2MASS 0213+3648 C: A wide T3 benchmark companion to an an active, old M dwarf binary. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 467(1), 1126-1139. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stx065

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Deacon, N. R. ; Magnier, E. A. ; Liu, Michael C. ; Schlieder, Joshua E. ; Aller, Kimberly M. ; Best, William M. J. ; Bowler, Brendan P. ; Burgett, W. S. ; Chambers, K. C. ; Draper, P. W. ; Flewelling, H. ; Hodapp, K. W. ; Kaiser, N. ; Metcalfe, N. ; Sweeney, W. E. ; Wainscoat, R. J. ; Waters, C. / 2MASS 0213+3648 C: A wide T3 benchmark companion to an an active, old M dwarf binary. In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 2017 ; Vol. 467, No. 1. pp. 1126-1139.

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title = "2MASS 0213+3648 C:: A wide T3 benchmark companion to an an active, old M dwarf binary",
abstract = "We present the discovery of a 360 AU separation T3 companion to the tight (3.1 AU) M4.5+M6.5 binary 2MASS J02132062+3648506. This companion was identified using Pan-STARRS1 data and, despite its relative proximity to the Sun (22.2$_{-4.0}^{+6.4}$ pc; Pan-STARRS1 parallax) and brightness ($J$=15.3), appears to have been missed by previous studies due to its position near a diffraction spike in 2MASS. The close M~dwarf binary has active X-ray and H$\alpha$ emission and shows evidence for UV flares. The binary's weak {\it GALEX} UV emission and strong Na I 8200\AA Na absorption leads us to an age range of $\sim$1-10Gyr. Applying this age range to evolutionary models implies the wide companion has a mass of 0.063$\pm$0.009\,$M_{\odot}$. 2MASS J0213+3648 C provides a relatively old benchmark close to the L/T transition and acts as a key, older comparison to the much younger early-T companions HN~Peg~B and GU~Psc~b.",
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AU - Schlieder, Joshua E.

AU - Aller, Kimberly M.

AU - Best, William M. J.

AU - Bowler, Brendan P.

AU - Burgett, W. S.

AU - Chambers, K. C.

AU - Draper, P. W.

AU - Flewelling, H.

AU - Hodapp, K. W.

AU - Kaiser, N.

AU - Metcalfe, N.

AU - Sweeney, W. E.

AU - Wainscoat, R. J.

AU - Waters, C.

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N2 - We present the discovery of a 360 AU separation T3 companion to the tight (3.1 AU) M4.5+M6.5 binary 2MASS J02132062+3648506. This companion was identified using Pan-STARRS1 data and, despite its relative proximity to the Sun (22.2$_{-4.0}^{+6.4}$ pc; Pan-STARRS1 parallax) and brightness ($J$=15.3), appears to have been missed by previous studies due to its position near a diffraction spike in 2MASS. The close M~dwarf binary has active X-ray and H$\alpha$ emission and shows evidence for UV flares. The binary's weak {\it GALEX} UV emission and strong Na I 8200\AA Na absorption leads us to an age range of $\sim$1-10Gyr. Applying this age range to evolutionary models implies the wide companion has a mass of 0.063$\pm$0.009\,$M_{\odot}$. 2MASS J0213+3648 C provides a relatively old benchmark close to the L/T transition and acts as a key, older comparison to the much younger early-T companions HN~Peg~B and GU~Psc~b.

AB - We present the discovery of a 360 AU separation T3 companion to the tight (3.1 AU) M4.5+M6.5 binary 2MASS J02132062+3648506. This companion was identified using Pan-STARRS1 data and, despite its relative proximity to the Sun (22.2$_{-4.0}^{+6.4}$ pc; Pan-STARRS1 parallax) and brightness ($J$=15.3), appears to have been missed by previous studies due to its position near a diffraction spike in 2MASS. The close M~dwarf binary has active X-ray and H$\alpha$ emission and shows evidence for UV flares. The binary's weak {\it GALEX} UV emission and strong Na I 8200\AA Na absorption leads us to an age range of $\sim$1-10Gyr. Applying this age range to evolutionary models implies the wide companion has a mass of 0.063$\pm$0.009\,$M_{\odot}$. 2MASS J0213+3648 C provides a relatively old benchmark close to the L/T transition and acts as a key, older comparison to the much younger early-T companions HN~Peg~B and GU~Psc~b.

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