The Leech exoplanet imaging survey: Characterization of the coldest directly imaged exoplanet, GJ 504 b, and evidence for superstellar metallicity

Andrew J. Skemer, Caroline V. Morley, Neil T. Zimmerman, Michael F. Skrutskie, Jarron Leisenring, Esther Buenzli, Mickael Bonnefoy, Vanessa Bailey, Philip Hinz, Denis Defrére, Simone Esposito, Dániel Apai, Beth Biller, Wolfgang Brandner, Laird Close, Justin R. Crepp, Robert J. De Rosa, Silvano Desidera, Josh Eisner, Jonathan FortneyRichard Freedman, Thomas Henning, Karl Heinz Hofmann, Taisiya Kopytova, Roxana Lupu, Anne Lise Maire, Jared R. Males, Mark Marley, Katie Morzinski, Apurva Oza, Jenny Patience, Abhijith Rajan, George Rieke, Dieter Schertl, Joshua Schlieder, Jordan Stone, Kate Su, Amali Vaz, Channon Visscher, Kimberly Ward-Duong, Gerd Weigelt, Charles E. Woodward

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