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The First Infrared Parallaxes for T-Dwarfs

  • C. G. Tinney (a1), A. Burgasser (a2) and J. D. Kirkpatrick (a3)

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We present first results from the first parallax program to use an infrared camera to target the observation of a sample of methane T-dwarfs, using the ESO 3.5m NTT.

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