2006A&A...456.1069S


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2006A&A...456.1069S - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 456, 1069-1075 (2006/9-4)

The new pre-cataclysmic binary PG 2200+085.

SHIMANSKY V., SAKHIBULLIN N.A., BIKMAEV I., RITTER H., SULEIMANOV V., BORISOV N. and GALEEV A.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present the results of spectroscopic- and orbit-sampled photometric observations of the faint UV-excess object PG 2200+085. The optical CCD photometry observations of this object were performed by the Russian-Turkish 1.5-m telescope RTT150 at the TUBITAK National Observatory (Turkey). The long-slit optical spectroscopy observations with 2.6Å resolution were carried out by 6-m telescope BTA at the Special Astrophysical Observatory (Russia). The photometric variations over two nights are almost sinusoidal with an amplitude ΔmV=0.04mag and a period of P=0.3186d. Such a light curve is typical of a detached close binary with an illumination effect or the ellipsoidal deformation of a secondary star. The observed spectrum clearly displays a featureless blue continuum of a hot component and a rich absorption-line and molecular band K-star spectrum. The CaII line profiles with strong emission cores are remarkably similar to those of V471 Tau. We tentatively classify PG 2200+085 as a pre-cataclysmic binary of the V471 Tau type.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: binaries: close - stars: binaries: spectroscopic - stars: individual: PG 2200+085 - stars: novae, cataclysmic variables

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Number of rows : 49

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 V* FS Cet WD* 02 35 07.5939678751 +03 43 56.817951540 11.027 12.209 12.412 12.325 11.968 DA1+dM 351 0
2 PN HFG 1 PN 03 03 47.0096103383 +64 54 35.516249865     14.56 13.99   ~ 95 0
3 V* CL Oct WD* 03 17 15.8451763319 -85 32 25.561178526   13.78 13.66 15.19   DAP 137 1
4 LB 9802 WD* 03 17 19.1281232921 -85 32 31.288417104   13.78 13.66 14.43   DA 124 1
5 V* LL Eri WD* 03 32 43.4695166384 -08 55 39.253882059   14.415 13.60     DA+M2.5V 33 0
6 V* V471 Tau Al* 03 50 24.9664598642 +17 14 47.433240686   10.258 9.373   8.393 K2V+DA 605 0
7 V* RR Cae WD* 04 21 05.5631969817 -48 39 07.062891386 14.50 14.92 14.40     DA7.8 129 1
8 HZ 9 WD* 04 32 23.7568600725 +17 45 02.673763017   14.28 13.93 14.21   DA3+dM 135 0
9 HD 269696 HS* 05 31 40.3598545037 -69 53 02.158611829 9.74 10.92 11.15     sdB+dM 168 0
10 NGC 2346 PN 07 09 22.5216571385 -00 48 23.611157830   11.76 11.58     A5V 548 0
11 V* V470 Cam HS* 07 10 42.0512018720 +66 55 43.520280054           sdB+dM 90 1
12 V* HR Cam WD* 07 17 09.7856980174 +74 00 40.533860068   14.91 14.97     DA2.6 63 0
13 V* IN CMa No* 07 20 47.9110068282 -31 47 02.732886173           DAO+dM 86 0
14 PN K 1-2 PN 08 57 45.9618160284 -28 57 36.577010750           ~ 107 1
15 RX J1016.4-0520 WD* 10 16 28.6043781785 -05 20 35.222043934     14.1     DAO+Me 101 0
16 V* XY Sex HS* 10 20 14.4717584584 -08 53 46.404001164   14.46 14.43     sdB 32 0
17 V* UZ Sex WD* 10 28 34.8776752831 -00 00 29.394108221   13.89   13.9   DA3+dM 74 0
18 WG 17 WD* 10 44 10.2362521693 -69 18 18.076734998   13.05 13.09     DA2+dM 52 0
19 CD-48 6027 HS* 10 54 40.5600843998 -48 47 02.815812625 10.92 11.99 12.12 12.39   sdO 104 0
20 SDSS J112909.50+663704.4 WD* 11 29 09.5001194887 +66 37 04.347302141           DA+M 19 0
21 HS 1136+6646 WD* 11 39 05.7723617261 +66 30 17.767104710           DAO.6 39 0
22 SBSS 1150+599 PN 11 53 24.7390111544 +59 39 57.048984657   17.5       O(H)III-V 58 0
23 V* BE UMa CV* 11 57 44.8280752290 +48 56 18.315294262     15.09     DO+M1/5e 117 0
24 EC 11575-1845 HS* 12 00 05.6457009978 -19 02 03.968468680   13.02 13.20 13.51   sdO+dMe 32 1
25 V* EG UMa WD* 12 15 44.0979888335 +52 31 01.290014005   13.0 13.230 13.149   DA+dM 99 1
26 * 9 Com PM* 12 19 29.5259620179 +28 09 24.908355473   6.83   6.1   F8Va 184 0
27 Ton 617 WD* 12 26 30.8731292776 +30 38 52.652815739   16.099 16.05     DA+M3 52 0
28 BD-07 3477 HS* 12 44 20.2386520980 -08 40 16.848587212   10.46 10.594 10.895   sdB2VIIHe3 244 1
29 V* NY Vir HS* 13 38 48.1466489725 -02 01 49.209465866       13.48   sdB1VIIHe1 186 1
30 V* QS Vir WD* 13 49 52.0031855330 -13 13 37.001934702 14.27 14.98 14.40 14.37   DA3+dM 118 1
31 V* GK Vir WD* 14 15 36.4126864388 +01 17 18.227940327   17.0       DAe+M 92 0
32 V* NN Ser No* 15 52 56.1202658103 +12 54 44.432043501   16.0 16.51     DAO1+M4 221 2
33 PN A66 41 PN 17 29 02.0257670575 -15 13 04.484004384   16.06 15.95     sdO 130 1
34 PN A66 46 PN 18 31 18.290 +26 56 12.86   14.88 15.07     O9k 152 0
35 PN A66 63 PN 19 42 10.2896210362 +17 05 14.458035229           sdO+G: 191 1
36 PN A66 65 PN 19 46 34.2091755631 -23 08 12.970430769   15.93 15.77 16.00 15.65 Opk 118 0
37 GD 543 WD* 20 10 42.8798492720 +62 25 32.150305444   15   15.7   DA1.9 32 1
38 RX J2013.1+4002 WD* 20 13 09.3685301695 +40 02 24.240184767     14.6     DAO+M2/3e 86 1
39 V* IK Peg dS* 21 26 26.6606623779 +19 22 32.316865675   6.294 6.064     kA6hA9mF0+DA 166 0
40 RX J2130.6+4710 XB* 21 30 18.4670095810 +47 10 07.402855249           DA+M3.5/4Ve 30 0
41 KPD 2154+4048 WD* 21 56 18.2472680000 +41 02 45.289080012 14.32 15.29 15.23 15.38   DA1.7 17 0
42 V* FF Aqr Al* 22 00 36.4252746673 -02 44 26.868908849   10.23 9.408   8.245 G8III+sdO 105 0
43 USNO-A2.0 0975-20752489 * 22 03 09.7708867690 +08 45 12.109508319   15.2 14.8     ~ 1 0
44 PG 2200+085 * 22 03 19.6799014659 +08 45 35.495652155   15.4   14.12   ~ 5 0
45 USNO-A2.0 0975-20754740 * 22 03 24.3524434910 +08 47 22.000960040   14.8 14.7     ~ 1 0
46 USNO-A2.0 0975-20755497 * 22 03 29.339 +08 43 35.24   14.5 14.3     ~ 1 0
47 2MASS J22033260+0846141 * 22 03 32.5943845733 +08 46 14.076136844   15.4 14.9     ~ 1 0
48 HS 2237+8154 WD* 22 37 15.5602204676 +82 10 27.357588994           DA2.8 21 1
49 HS 2333+3927 HS* 23 35 42.5026291966 +39 44 27.064897144     14.53     sdOB 34 0

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