2003A&A...402..729S


Query : 2003A&A...402..729S

2003A&A...402..729S - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 402, 729-731 (2003/5-1)

Magnetic field measurements of Ap stars. Discovery of a strong magnetic field in HD 18610.

STUETZ C., RYABCHIKOVA T. and WEISS W.W.

Abstract (from CDS):

HD 18610 was included in our project on abundance determination of rapidly oscillating (roAp) and non-oscillating (noAp) cool chemically peculiar stars. Already a preliminary investigation of the raw spectra indicated the presence of an intense magnetic field which was confirmed by a more detailed analysis. To determine the magnetic field strength we primarily used the Feii line at 6149.26Å, a strong line which is split in a anomalous Zeeman doublet. HD 18610 is a Cr-Eu-Sr non-pulsating Ap star with a Teff and logg typical for roAp stars. The classification of this star as a CP2 star (Preston, 1974ARA&A..12..257P) was confirmed with Δa photometry by Maitzen & Vogt (1983A&A...123...48M). In the present investigation we derived a mean magnetic field modulus of |B|=5700±200G.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: individual: HD 18610 - stars: magnetic fields - stars: chemically peculiar

Simbad objects: 6

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Number of rows : 6
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2022
#notes
1 HD 18610 * 02 54 18.0034583328 -73 27 09.941734692   8.48 8.14     ApEuCrSr 35 0
2 HD 116114 PM* 13 21 46.3079033856 -18 44 31.563482928   7.34 7.02     F0VpSrCrEu 130 0
3 * 33 Lib a2* 15 29 34.7424021408 -17 26 27.377921220 7.22 7.07 6.69     F0VspEuGdSr 243 0
4 V* V694 CrA a2* 18 12 25.8347418984 -37 45 09.271268532   8.34 7.92     ApSrCrEu 111 0
5 * 10 Aql a2* 18 58 46.9240671288 +13 54 23.941711692 6.23 6.14 5.89     A7VpSrEu_Ksn 278 0
6 V* BD Ind a2* 21 56 56.6970333720 -61 50 46.320856080   7.42 7.19     ApSrEuCr 56 0

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