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2019MNRAS.490.5147P - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 490, 5147-5173 (2019/December-3)

A survey for high-mass eclipsing binaries.

POZO NUNEZ F., CHINI R., BARR DOMINGUEZ A., FEIN C., HACKSTEIN M., PIETRZYNSKI G. and MURPHY M.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report results from a search for Galactic high-mass eclipsing binaries. The photometric monitoring campaign was performed in Sloan r and i with the robotic twin refractor RoBoTT at the Universitatssternwarte Bochum in Chile and complemented by Johnson UBV data. Comparison with the SIMBAD data base reveals 260 variable high-mass stars. Based on well-sampled light curves, we discovered 35 new eclipsing high-mass systems and confirm the properties of six previously known systems. For all objects, we provide the first light curves and determine orbital periods through the Lafler-Kinman algorithm. Apart from GSC 08173-0018 and Pismis 24-13 (P = 19.47 d and 20.14 d) and the exceptional short-period system TYC 6561-1765-1 (P = 0.71 d), all systems have orbital periods between 1 and 9 d. We model the light curves of 26 systems within the framework of the Roche geometry and calculate fundamental parameters for each system component. The Roche lobe analysis indicates that 14 systems have a detached geometry, while 12 systems have a semidetached geometry; seven of them are near-contact systems. The deduced mass ratios q = M2/M1 reach from 0.4 to 1.0 with an average value of 0.8. The similarity of masses suggests that these high-mass binaries were created during the star formation process rather than by tidal capture.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019 The Author(s) Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): binaries: eclipsing - binaries: spectroscopic - stars: formation - stars: fundamental parameters - open clusters and associations: general

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