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2020MNRAS.497.3381G - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 497, 3381-3392 (2020/September-3)

Searching for eclipsing binaries in the area of RA: 02h21m36s, Dec: +57*11'32''.

GUO D.-F., LI K., GAO X., GAO D.-Y., XU Z.-J., SUN G.-Y., LIU F. and ZHANG C.-M.

Abstract (from CDS):

By analysing the data observed by the Comet Search Programme telescope at Xingming Observatory from 2018 October 11 to 2018 December 19, 24 eclipsing binaries were identified. By cross-matching with the VSX (AAVSO) website, we found that four binaries are newly discovered. By analysing the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) data, the light curves of 17 binaries were obtained. First photometric solutions of 23 binaries were obtained by simultaneously analysing all the light curves, except for NSVS 1908107 (first analysed by Pan et al.). Based on the photometric solutions, nine binaries belong to detached binary systems, ten binaries belong to semidetached binary systems, and five binaries belong to contact binary systems. Two W-subtype low-mass ratio contact binaries (the less massive components are hotter), with total eclipsing light curves, were identified: Mis V1395 is a deep contact binary (q = 0.150, f=80 per cent), while NSVS 1917038 is a low-mass ratio binary with an unexpectedly marginal contact degree (q = 1/6.839 = 0.146, f=4 per cent). The total eclipsing detached binary GSC 03698-00022 has an extremely low mass ratio of q = 0.085. The Algol-type binary NSVS 1908107 is also found to have an extremely low mass ratio of q = 0.081. The Algol-type binary DK Per exhibits a continuous period decrease at a rate of dP/dt = -1.26 x 10–7 d yr–1, which may result from the orbital angular momentum loss. Based on the light curves obtained from the TESS data, a pulsating binary candidate (NSVS 1913053) was found.

Abstract Copyright: © 2020 The Author(s) Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): stars: binaries: close - stars: binaries: eclipsing - stars: binaries: general - stars: evolution

Simbad objects: 36

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