2013A&A...552A..60M


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2013A&A...552A..60M - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 552A, 60-60 (2013/4-1)

CoRoT 102918586: a γ Doradus pulsator in a short-period eccentric eclipsing binary.

MACERONI C., MONTALBAN J., GANDOLFI D., PAVLOVSKI K. and RAINER M.

Abstract (from CDS):

Pulsating stars in eclipsing binary systems are powerful tools to test stellar models. Binarity enables us to constrain the pulsating component's physical parameters and this knowledge drastically improves the input physics for asteroseismic studies. The study of stellar oscillations then allows us to improve our understanding of stellar interiors and stellar evolution. The space mission CoRoT discovered several promising objects suitable for these studies. They were photometrically observed with unprecedented accuracy, but needed spectroscopic follow-up. A promising target was the relatively bright eclipsing system CoRoT 102918586, which turned out to be a double-lined spectroscopic binary and also showed clear evidence of γ Dor type pulsations. With the aim of combining the information from binarity and pulsation and fully exploiting the potential of CoRoT photometry we obtained phase resolved high-resolution spectroscopy with the Sandiford spectrograph at the McDonald 2.1m telescope and the FEROS spectrograph at the ESO 2.2m telescope. Spectroscopy yielded both the radial velocity curves and, after spectra disentangling, the component effective temperatures, metallicity, and line-of-sight projected rotational velocities. The CoRoT light curve was analyzed with an iterative procedure, devised to disentangle eclipses from pulsations. The eclipsing binary light curve analysis, combined with the spectroscopic results, provided an accurate determination of the system parameters, and the comparison with evolutionary models provided strict constraints on the system age. Finally, the residuals obtained after subtraction of the best-fitting eclipsing binary model were analyzed to determine the pulsator properties. We achieved a complete and consistent description of the system. The primary star pulsates with typical γ Dor frequencies and shows a splitting in period that is consistent with high order g-mode pulsations in a star of the corresponding physical parameters. The value of the splitting, in particular, is consistent with pulsations in l=1 modes.

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Journal keyword(s): binaries: eclipsing - binaries: spectroscopic - stars: oscillations - stars: individual: CoRoT 102918586 - stars: fundamental parameters

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/552/A60): prewhtlc.dat smcdsp01.dat smcdsp02.dat smcdsp03.dat smcdsp04.dat smcdsp05.dat smcdsp06.dat smcdsp07.dat smcdsp08.dat smcdsp09.dat smcdsp10.dat dissppri.dat disspsec.dat>

Simbad objects: 10

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Number of rows : 10

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2019
#notes
1 * 10 Tau PM* 03 36 52.1448022536 +00 23 58.536917738 5.23 5.15 4.30 4.09 3.77 F9IV-V 513 0
2 CoRoT 102732872 * 06 44 23.4809127652 +00 07 40.140982455   13.746 13.289 13.189   F3V 2 0
3 CoRoT 102918586 EB* 06 48 54.3084 -00 52 22.875   12.74 12.32 12.34   A5IV 20 0
4 CoRoT 102931335 EB? 06 49 09.7964026250 -01 26 52.284576162   16.089 15.47 15.446   ~ 8 0
5 CoRoT 102980178 EB? 06 50 12.0994473548 -02 41 21.625395742   16.576 15.727 15.341 14.53 K3III 6 0
6 HD 49933 ** 06 50 49.831 -00 32 27.18           F3V 313 1
7 * 37 Gem * 06 55 18.6667052671 +25 22 32.503802377   6.343 5.748     G0V 175 0
8 V* VZ CVn bL* 13 32 03.3939931382 +28 35 04.855488029   9.71 9.35     F3V 75 1
9 HD 174884 SB* 18 52 40.3070448846 +04 03 11.737986016   8.14 7.998     B8V 26 0
10 V* CK Ind gD* 22 04 38.4299738040 -64 43 42.007848070   7.57 7.32     A9/F0V-IV 75 0

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