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2005AJ....130..767R - Astron. J., 130, 767-775 (2005/August-0)

Radial velocity studies of close binary stars. X.

RUCINSKI S.M., PYCH W., OGLOZA W., DEBOND H., THOMSON J.R., MOCHNACKI S.W., CAPOBIANCO C.C., CONIDIS G. and ROGOZIECKI P.

Abstract (from CDS):

Radial velocity measurements and sine-curve fits to orbital velocity variations are presented for the ninth set of 10 close binary systems: V395 And, HS Aqr, V449 Aur, FP Boo, SW Lac, KS Peg, IW Per, V592 Per, TU UMi, and FO Vir. The first three are very close, possibly detached, early-type binaries, and all three require further investigation. Particularly interesting is V395 And, whose spectral type is as early as B7/8 for a 0.685 day orbit binary. KS Peg and IW Per are single-line binaries, with the former probably hosting a very low mass star. We have detected a low-mass secondary in an important semidetached system, FO Vir, at q=0.125±0.005. The contact binary FP Boo is also a very small mass ratio system, q=0.106±0.005. The other contact binaries in this group are V592 Per, TU UMi, and the well-known SW Lac. V592 Per and TU UMi have bright tertiary companions; for these binaries, and for V395 And, we used a novel technique of arranging the broadening functions into a two-dimensional image in phase. The case of TU UMi turned out to be intractable even using this approach, and we have not been able to derive a firm radial velocity orbit for this binary. Three systems of this group were observed spectroscopically before: HS Aqr, SW Lac, and KS Peg.

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Journal keyword(s): Stars: Binaries: Close - Stars: Binaries: Eclipsing - Stars: Variables: Other

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/AJ/130/767): stars.dat table1.dat>

Errata: erratum vol. 134, p. 445 (2007)

Simbad objects: 11

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