2017A&A...598A..84A


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2017A&A...598A..84A - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 598A, 84-84 (2017/2-1)

The Tarantula Massive Binary Monitoring. I. Observational campaign and OB-type spectroscopic binaries.

ALMEIDA L.A., SANA H., TAYLOR W., BARBA R., BONANOS A.Z., CROWTHER P., DAMINELI A., DE KOTER A., DE MINK S.E., EVANS C.J., GIELES M., GRIN N.J., HENAULT-BRUNET V., LANGER N., LENNON D., LOCKWOOD S., MAIZ-APELLANIZ J., MOFFAT A.F.J., NEIJSSEL C., NORMAN C., RAMIREZ-AGUDELO O.H., RICHARDSON N.D., SCHOOTEMEIJER A., SHENAR T., SOSZYNSKI I., TRAMPER F. and VINK J.S.

Abstract (from CDS):

Context. Massive binaries play a crucial role in the Universe. Knowing the distributions of their orbital parameters is important for a wide range of topics from stellar feedback to binary evolution channels and from the distribution of supernova types to gravitational wave progenitors, yet no direct measurements exist outside the Milky Way.
Aims. The Tarantula Massive Binary Monitoring project was designed to help fill this gap by obtaining multi-epoch radial velocity (RV) monitoring of 102 massive binaries in the 30 Doradus region.
Methods. In this paper we analyze 32 FLAMES/GIRAFFE observations of 93 O- and 7 B-type binaries. We performed a Fourier analysis and obtained orbital solutions for 82 systems: 51 single-lined (SB1) and 31 double-lined (SB2) spectroscopic binaries.
Results. Overall, the binary fraction and orbital properties across the 30 Doradus region are found to be similar to existing Galactic samples. This indicates that within these domains environmental effects are of second order in shaping the properties of massive binary systems. A small difference is found in the distribution of orbital periods, which is slightly flatter (in log space) in 30 Doradus than in the Galaxy, although this may be compatible within error estimates and differences in the fitting methodology. Also, orbital periods in 30 Doradus can be as short as 1.1d, somewhat shorter than seen in Galactic samples. Equal mass binaries (q>0.95) in 30 Doradus are all found outside NGC 2070, the central association that surrounds R136a, the very young and massive cluster at 30 Doradus's core. Most of the differences, albeit small, are compatible with expectations from binary evolution. One outstanding exception, however, is the fact that earlier spectral types (O2-O7) tend to have shorter orbital periods than later spectral types (O9.2-O9.7).
Conclusions. Our results point to a relative universality of the incidence rate of massive binaries and their orbital properties in the metallicity range from solar (Z) to about half solar. This provides the first direct constraints on massive binary properties in massive star-forming galaxies at the Universe's peak of star formation at redshifts z∼1 to 2 which are estimated to have Z∼0.5 Z.

Abstract Copyright: © ESO, 2017

Journal keyword(s): stars: early-type - stars: massive - binaries: spectroscopic - binaries: close

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/598/A84): tablec1.dat tablee1.dat tablee2.dat tablee3.dat tablee4.dat>

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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 NAME SMC G 00 52 38.0 -72 48 01   2.79 2.2     ~ 9440 1
2 NAME LMC G 05 23 34.6 -69 45 22     0.4     ~ 14826 1
3 2MASS J05372494-6907427 SB* 05 37 25.1169022477 -69 07 42.611198737   14.54 14.66     O9.5III((n)) 6 0
4 IRSF J05372654-6910406 SB* 05 37 26.550 -69 10 40.78   17.19 16.91     O9V+O9.5V 6 0
5 2MASS J05372905-6903445 SB* 05 37 29.0649794024 -69 03 44.469906289   15.79 15.56     O8.5V+O9.5IV 6 0
6 [M2002] LMC 168477 SB* 05 37 30.7458642427 -69 05 17.474716723   15.49 15.35 15.30 15.28 O8.5V+O9V 11 0
7 OGLE LMC-ECL-20909 SB* 05 37 30.8749749079 -69 11 48.474333892   14.23 14.4 14.16 14.022 O5III(n)(fc)+sec 10 0
8 OGLE BRIGHT-LMC-ECL-14 SB* 05 37 30.9164810811 -69 11 06.997098192 14.193 14.840 14.621 14.49 13.915 O7.5II(f) 12 0
9 2MASS J05373309-6904343 SB* 05 37 33.093 -69 04 34.33   15.64 15.54     O9.5III(n) 8 0
10 2MASS J05373447-6909095 SB* 05 37 34.4576022840 -69 09 09.406322196   16.52 16.3     O9.5III 7 0
11 RM 1-703 s*r 05 37 35.9783425353 -69 12 29.805752180   15.68 13.732   11.695 K4Iab-Ib 15 0
12 2MASS J05373664-6907318 SB* 05 37 36.6555370496 -69 07 31.828176761   13.44 13.58     O9.7Ib-II 9 0
13 2MASS J05373778-6905455 SB* 05 37 37.7975947472 -69 05 45.491593342   15.13 15.03     O9.2III-IV 9 0
14 [ST92] 1-28 LP* 05 37 37.9621434487 -69 10 14.737501051 13.515 14.211 14.161   13.713 O3.5Inf*p+sec? 13 0
15 2MASS J05374092-6908442 SB* 05 37 40.8981993449 -69 08 44.203046852 16.052 16.829 16.633   16.491 O9/B0 12 0
16 2MASS J05374112-6910378 SB* 05 37 41.13 -69 10 37.8 14.871 15.761 15.368   15.383 O8.5IV+sec 8 0
17 2MASS J05374144-6909191 SB* 05 37 41.4445661429 -69 09 19.132364333 15.904 16.542 16.534   16.165 O9.7:V:+B0:V: 8 0
18 OGLE LMC517.01.010105 SB* 05 37 41.9528744107 -69 08 33.394506505 14.195 14.985 14.917 15.09 14.749 O9.5IV: 8 0
19 [M2002] LMC 169159 SB* 05 37 45.2307 -69 10 13.587 15.506 16.145 15.898   15.762 O8.5Vz 8 0
20 VFTS 148 SB* 05 37 46.2767616619 -69 00 06.216749239   16 16.04     O9.7II-III(n) 6 0
21 UCAC2 1803283 SB* 05 37 50.011 -69 09 59.99 13.096 13.699 13.840 14.11 13.900 O7-8III((f)) 12 0
22 2MASS J05375064-6908483 SB* 05 37 50.6499097901 -69 08 48.340456080   15.75 15.7     O8V+B0:V: 8 0
23 [ST92] 1-77 SB* 05 37 50.9569218135 -69 11 00.205866528   14.81 15.0   14.570 O6V:((f))+O9.5:V: 12 0
24 TYC 9163-983-1 s*b 05 37 51.0379769443 -69 09 33.879108515   12.46 12.77 12.89   O9.7Iab 14 0
25 NGC 2060 SNR 05 37 51.4470067818 -69 10 23.957283532   9.69 9.59     ~ 322 2
26 2MASS J05375180-6904248 SB* 05 37 51.8211995480 -69 04 24.745865750   15.29 15.38     O6.5Vnz 5 0
27 UCAC2 1803297 SB* 05 37 52.1756884488 -69 11 31.275148158   16.03 16.0 15.87   O9IV:+B0:V: 8 0
28 UCAC2 1803301 SB* 05 37 53.4140506894 -69 10 23.411038336   15.86 14.1 16.10   O9.5V 6 0
29 UCAC2 1803303 SB* 05 37 54.4519440873 -69 09 41.529691040 12.897 13.591 13.702 13.92 13.631 O9III 10 0
30 2MASS J05375504-6911323 SB* 05 37 55.047 -69 11 32.31   16.59 16.43     O9.7V+sec 6 0
31 [ST92] 1-98 SB* 05 37 59.4836329909 -69 09 01.667220015   13.68 13.744 13.90 13.711 O4V((fc)):+O5V((fc)): 16 0
32 NAME 30 Dor Region reg 05 38.0 -69 06           ~ 178 0
33 UCAC2 1803324 SB* 05 38 00.6041607699 -69 08 41.809910332   14.72 14.8 15.15   O9.5IV 9 0
34 VFTS 225 * 05 38 00.9586957543 -68 57 23.173262684   15.06 15.07     B0.7-1III-II 6 0
35 2MASS J05380470-6908530 SB* 05 38 04.7039786617 -69 08 52.880748571   16.29 16.4     O9.7IV:(n)+sec 7 0
36 2MASS J05380840-6909190 SB* 05 38 08.4068133697 -69 09 18.976365899   15.47 15.26     O7V(n)((f)) 5 0
37 2MASS J05381132-6904492 SB* 05 38 11.3068646981 -69 04 49.218759483   14.92 15.02     O7.5-8V((n))z 5 0
38 VFTS 259 s*b 05 38 12.0223961940 -69 06 34.169823523   13.86 13.65     O6Iaf 9 0
39 2MASS J05381396-6907477 SB* 05 38 13.9611988165 -69 07 47.730724200   13.44 13.49     O3III-I(n)f* 13 0
40 2MASS J05381611-6909168 SB* 05 38 16.0997624628 -69 09 16.671395276   15.05 15.04     O9V 5 0
41 OGLE LMC-ECL-21259 SB* 05 38 20.4178621741 -69 03 10.353287183   16.09 16.06   15.972 O9.7IV:(n)+sec: 7 0
42 VFTS 318 SB* 05 38 20.9276575392 -69 12 00.115231415   16.49 16.56     O((n))p 5 0
43 2MASS J05382227-6907508 SB* 05 38 22.2708418262 -69 07 50.816473388   15.34 15.33     O8.5V(n)+sec 11 0
44 2MASS J05382240-6905216 SB* 05 38 22.409 -69 05 21.62   15.55 15.55     O9.7II-III(n) 5 0
45 2MASS J05382331-6907161 SB* 05 38 23.3084133972 -69 07 16.085330832 13.332 14.261 14.169   14.051 O9.2II-III 16 0
46 RMC 133 SB* 05 38 23.7091310171 -69 05 03.565883616   12.43 12.49     O7/8II 28 0
47 2MASS J05382805-6906290 SB* 05 38 28.0596468216 -69 06 29.062174035   15.07 14.95     O8V 12 0
48 OGLE BRIGHT-LMC-ECL-9 SB* 05 38 28.4557395709 -69 11 19.134790412   14.28 14.485   14.385 O4.5V(n)((fc)):z:+O5.5V(n)((fc)):z: 20 0
49 Cl* NGC 2070 MEL 58b SB* 05 38 32.540 -69 04 32.02   14.95 14.75     O9IV(n) 9 0
50 2MASS J05383279-6903195 SB* 05 38 32.7926565731 -69 03 19.554064083   15.63 15.49     O5-6V(n)((fc))z 9 0
51 2MASS J05383381-6909569 SB* 05 38 33.8291172711 -69 09 57.074730811   14.16 14.14     O3.5V(n)((fc)) 6 0
52 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 228 SB* 05 38 34.580 -69 06 52.76   16.34 15.75   15.23 O4V((f))z 7 0
53 NAME 30 Dor Nebula SFR 05 38 36.0 -69 05 11           ~ 1039 2
54 2MASS J05383687-6904582 SB* 05 38 36.8563558756 -69 04 58.322800555   14.58 14.69     O7.5-8V 13 0
55 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 214 * 05 38 37.0294 -69 06 50.696   15.9 15.65   15.21 O8-9V(n)((f)) 10 0
56 Cl* NGC 2070 MEL 47 * 05 38 37.718 -69 05 20.97 11.913 12.764 12.046   12.344 O6-6.5II(f) 18 0
57 VFTS 441 SB* 05 38 37.810 -69 03 28.93   15 15.07     O9.5V 10 0
58 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 97 SB* 05 38 37.93 -69 05 42.9   14.85 14.75   14.69 O3-4V:((fc)):+O4-7V:((fc)): 12 0
59 Cl* NGC 2070 MEL 50 SB* 05 38 38.4788662377 -69 06 22.019253248   13.80 13.655   13.314 O9.7III:+O7:: 22 0
60 [P93] 722 SB* 05 38 39.7364398723 -69 07 56.095339628   16.8 16.43     O9.7III 6 0
61 2MASS J05383981-6903413 SB* 05 38 39.82 -69 03 41.3   16.04 15.90     O4-5V((fc))z 9 0
62 2MASS J05384016-6901122 SB* 05 38 40.1816523902 -69 01 12.366770968 12.901 14.010 13.905   14.010 O8.5III 8 0
63 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 441 SB* 05 38 40.710 -69 05 25.98   17 16.88     O6.5:IV:((f)):+O6.5:IV:((f)): 6 0
64 [M2002] LMC 171520 SB* 05 38 41.227 -69 02 58.31   14.11 14.19 14.28 13.941 O6.5IV((fc))+O6.5V((fc)) 15 0
65 [P93] 872 SB* 05 38 41.600 -69 07 02.40   16.15 15.98     O9.5V 8 0
66 2MASS J05384185-6901590 SB* 05 38 41.8611540532 -69 01 58.900139606 14.912 15.675 15.759   15.943 O9.7III 6 0
67 NGC 2070 Cl* 05 38 42 -69 06.0     7.25     ~ 328 1
68 [P93] 925 s*b 05 38 42.2376916871 -69 08 32.357401634 15.124 15.572 15.185   14.128 O8.5I((n))fp 8 0
69 RMC 139 WR* 05 38 42.3548071421 -69 04 58.201053806   12.04 11.94     O6.5Iafc+O6Iaf 86 0
70 RMC 136 Cl* 05 38 42.396 -69 06 03.36           ~ 1734 1
71 OGLE LMC175.3 24050 EB* 05 38 42.66 -69 06 35.8   14.96 14.76   14.447 O3V(n)((f*))z+OB 16 0
72 MH 12 SB* 05 38 43.026 -69 04 13.15   13.96 13.99     ON9Ia:+O7.5:I:(f): 17 0
73 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 152 SB* 05 38 43.200 -69 05 27.46   15.43 15.41   15.60 O9IV+O9.7:V 12 0
74 RMC 136a Cl* 05 38 43.3 -69 06 08           ~ 142 2
75 2MASS J05384388-6903164 SB* 05 38 43.9084683151 -69 03 16.382483656   15.96 15.88     O9.5Vz 9 0
76 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 237 SB* 05 38 44.540 -69 06 28.73   16.1 15.91   15.77 O9.7III:+B0:V: 11 0
77 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 356 SB* 05 38 45.400 -69 05 39.76   16.67 16.53   17.61 O9.5 6 0
78 2MASS J05384654-6904279 SB* 05 38 46.5347438136 -69 04 28.047040946   14.03 13.99     O4III(fc) 15 0
79 Cl* NGC 2070 MH 1005 * 05 38 47.170 -69 05 54.40   15.94 15.78   15.67 O8.5Vz 9 0
80 Cl* NGC 2070 SMB 234 SB* 05 38 47.7174367570 -69 06 45.045045220   16.1 15.98   15.92 O7-8V(n) 9 0
81 2MASS J05384889-6908279 SB* 05 38 48.8703684847 -69 08 28.118817048 15.549 16.260 16.281   15.802 O9.7III(n) 11 0
82 2MASS J05384990-6910428 SB* 05 38 49.8975553717 -69 10 42.851428193   16.41 16.03     O5Vz:+O8Vz: 7 0
83 2MASS J05385022-6907450 SB* 05 38 50.2020717003 -69 07 45.280503130   16.45 16.29     O9.5V((n)) 6 0
84 W61 7-14 SB* 05 38 51.0429425948 -69 06 20.499807370 13.350 14.202 13.835   13.633 B2Ip+O9III: 22 0
85 W61 7-16 * 05 38 51.1992728162 -69 05 59.388687363   14.3 14.24   14.30 O7.5III(n)((f))p 18 0
86 2MASS J05385131-6904084 SB* 05 38 51.319 -69 04 08.48 14.264 15.263 14.368   14.376 O7-8II(f) 6 0
87 OGLE LMC175.4 95 SB* 05 38 52.0517211868 -69 05 33.885563389   15.21 15.13   15.017 O6.5V(n)+O9.7:V: 11 0
88 HD 38282 WR* 05 38 53.3788120199 -69 02 00.896643506   10.98 11.11 11.26   WN5/6h+WN6/7h 150 1
89 HD 269928 WR* 05 38 57.0668705166 -69 06 05.660972436   12.02 11.94 12.00 11.58 WN6/7 119 0
90 SK -68 140 Em* 05 38 57.1718920252 -68 56 53.152675540   12.81 12.71 12.89   B0.7Ib-IabNwk 30 0
91 2MASS J05385838-6904350 Y*O 05 38 58.3916180060 -69 04 35.209104333   16.64 16.31   15.768 O8V(n) 13 0
92 2MASS J05390342-6906345 SB* 05 39 03.4291958522 -69 06 34.666641895 14.824 15.549 15.522   15.624 O9.7II-III((n)) 9 0
93 W61 7-28 SB* 05 39 04.8728779559 -69 05 40.479038802 13.507 14.355 14.240   13.891 B0.5V 14 0
94 [P93] 1998 * 05 39 05.3053336247 -69 04 16.175007646   15.9 15.85     O9.5V 7 0
95 SK -69 250 * 05 39 05.9303047254 -69 16 26.772019096   12.53 12.14     B7I 10 0
96 2MASS J05390692-6900165 SB* 05 39 06.9188615721 -69 00 16.537811844   14.87 15.04     O9.5V((n)) 5 0
97 2MASS J05390833-6900575 SB* 05 39 08.3604664647 -69 00 57.586014139   15.32 15.43     O9.5IV 5 0
98 CPD-69 470 s*b 05 39 14.5236869748 -69 16 42.471472434   12.35 12.26     O9.7IaNstr 14 0
99 2MASS J05391668-6907030 SB* 05 39 16.6946581019 -69 07 03.118686899   15.91 15.83     O9.7II-III 5 0
100 2MASS J05391738-6906098 SB* 05 39 17.3877657725 -69 06 09.913498559 15.087 15.721 15.603   15.338 O9.7III:(n) 7 0
101 2MASS J05391867-6907472 SB* 05 39 18.6748994770 -69 07 47.358124230   17.38 16.89     O7.5IVp+O8.5:V: 5 0
102 VFTS 779 * 05 39 21.5357995532 -69 03 18.463904309   15.65 15.46     B1II-Ib 6 0
103 BI 258 SB* 05 39 32.5799314471 -69 00 02.553807381 12.94 13.95 14.14     O7.5Vz 8 0
104 BI 259 SB* 05 39 34.8740103895 -68 59 48.649761897 12.88 13.89 14.06     O5.5V((fc)):z+O7Vz: 9 0
105 2MASS J05393576-6907081 SB* 05 39 35.7995205287 -69 07 08.159513570   16.43 16.36     O9.7V+B1:V: 6 0
106 2MASS J05393611-6904591 SB* 05 39 36.1194956625 -69 04 59.133812304 13.618 14.469 14.319   14.326 O4-5V((fc)) 6 0
107 VFTS 827 * 05 39 39.270 -69 11 44.20   15.65 15.34     B1.5Ib 6 0
108 VFTS 829 * 05 39 39.640 -69 12 01.33   15.54 15.13     B1.5-2II 6 0
109 2MASS J05393973-6904302 SB* 05 39 39.7464881638 -69 04 30.309553414   15.36 15.39     O5-6V(n)((f)) 7 0
110 2MASS J05402153-6904237 SB* 05 40 21.5348656943 -69 04 23.680600490   14.9 14.96     O9.5II-IIIn 5 0
111 Ass Cyg OB 2 As* 20 33.2 +41 19           ~ 790 0
112 NAME Local Group GrG ~ ~           ~ 6970 0

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