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2011A&A...531L..20H - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 531, L20-20 (2011/7-1)

The strong magnetic field of the large-amplitude β Cephei pulsator V1449 Aquilae.

HUBRIG S., ILYIN I., BRIQUET M., SCHOELLER M., GONZALEZ J.F., NUNEZ N., DE CAT P. and MOREL T.

Abstract (from CDS):

Only for very few β Cephei stars has the behaviour of the magnetic field been studied over the rotation cycle. During the past two years we have obtained multi-epoch polarimetric spectra of the β Cephei star V1449 Aql with SOFIN at the Nordic Optical Telescope to search for a rotation period and to constrain the geometry of the magnetic field. The mean longitudinal magnetic field is measured at 13 different epochs. The new measurements, together with the previous FORS1 measurements, have been used for the frequency analysis and the characterization of the magnetic field. V1449 Aql so far possesses the strongest longitudinal magnetic field of up to 700G among the β Cephei stars. The resulting periodogram displays three dominant peaks with the highest peak at f=0.0720d–1 corresponding to a period P=13.893d. The magnetic field geometry can likely be described by a centred dipole with a polar magnetic field strength Bd around 3kG and an inclination angle β of the magnetic axis to the rotation axis of 76±4°. As of today, the strongest longitudinal magnetic fields are detected in the β Cephei stars V1449 Aql and ξ1 CMa with large radial velocity amplitudes. Their peak-to-peak amplitudes reach ∼90km/s and ∼33km/s, respectively. Concluding, we briefly discuss the position of the currently known eight magnetic β Cephei and candidate β Cephei stars in the Hertzsprung-Russell (H-R) diagram.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: early-type - stars: rotation - stars: individual: V1449 Aql - stars: magnetic field - stars: oscillations - stars: variables: general

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