2000MNRAS.314..420K


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2000MNRAS.314..420K - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 314, 420-432 (2000/May-2)

A photometric and spectroscopic study of the brightest northern Cepheids - III. A high-resolution view of Cepheid atmospheres.

KISS L.L. and VINKO J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present new high-resolution spectroscopic observations (λ/Δλ~40000) of 18 bright northern Cepheids carried out at the David Dunlap Observatory in 1997. The measurements mainly extend those presented in Paper I of this series, adding three more stars (AW Per, SV Vul, T Mon). The spectra were obtained in the yellow-red spectral region in the interval of 5900 and 6660Å, including strong lines of sodium D and Hα. New radial velocities determined with the cross-correlation technique and the bisector technique are presented. The new data are compared with those recently published by several groups. We found systematic differences between the spectroscopic and CORAVEL-type measurements as large as 1-3km.s–1 in certain phases. We performed Baade-Wesselink analysis for CK Cam discovered by the Hipparcos satellite. The resulting radius is 31±1R, which is in very good agreement with recent period-radius relation by Gieren, Moffett & Barnes III. It is shown that the systematic velocity differences do not affect the Baade-Wesselink radius more than 1per cent for CK Cam. Observational pieces of evidence of possible velocity gradient affecting the individual line profiles are studied. The full-width at half minimum (FWHM) of the metallic lines, similarly to the velocity differences, shows a very characteristic phase dependence, illustrating the effect of global compression in the atmosphere. The smallest line widths always occur around the maximal radius, while the largest FWHM is associated with velocity reversal before the minimal radius. Three first overtone pulsators do not follow the general trend: the largest FWHM in SU Cas and SZ Tau occurs after the smallest radius, during the expansion, while in V1334 Cyg there are only barely visible FWHM variations. The possibility of a bright yellow companion of V1334 Cyg is briefly discussed. The observed line-profile asymmetries exceed the values predicted with a simple projection effect by a factor of 2-3. This could be associated with the velocity gradient, which is also supported by the differences between individual line velocities of different excitation potentials.

Abstract Copyright: 2000, Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): stars: atmospheres - stars: fundamental parameters - Cepheids

Simbad objects: 29

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Number of rows : 29

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 V* TU Cas cC* 00 26 19.4484760999 +51 16 49.290847490   8.507 7.835     F4 194 0
2 V* SU Cas cC* 02 51 58.7508894403 +68 53 18.601570075 6.92 6.44 5.80     F5.5III+ 412 1
3 * alf Per V* 03 24 19.3700924 +49 51 40.245455 2.64 2.27 1.79     F5Ib 808 1
4 * 10 Tau PM* 03 36 52.1448022536 +00 23 58.536917738 5.23 5.15 4.30 4.09 3.77 F9IV-V 532 0
5 V* SZ Tau cC* 04 37 14.7778803229 +18 32 34.929341041 7.65 7.13 6.37     F6.7:Ib 292 0
6 V* AW Per cC* 04 47 46.3148651549 +36 43 22.033445140   8.46 7.51   6.200 F0+B6: 209 0
7 V* CK Cam cC* 05 06 31.6431013079 +55 21 12.703126896   8.56 7.59     G5 49 0
8 * bet Dor cC* 05 33 37.5125319201 -62 29 23.323100433 5.13 4.58 3.76 3.55 3.12 F8/G0Ib 353 0
9 V* CO Aur cC* 06 00 28.5064814052 +35 18 43.856781674   8.34 7.73     F5Ib 89 0
10 V* T Mon cC* 06 25 12.9997562821 +07 05 08.561189768 8.24 7.20 5.98   4.996 G3Iabv+A0p 450 1
11 * 48 Aur cC* 06 28 34.0875086 +30 29 34.914168 6.73 6.23 5.55   4.777 F5.5-G0Ib 366 0
12 * zet Gem cC* 07 04 06.5307903 +20 34 13.073871 5.20 4.58 3.79   3.082 G1Ib 541 0
13 V* U Car cC* 10 57 48.1866898409 -59 43 55.880151632 8.31 7.21 6.11   5.073 G5/8Iab 216 0
14 V* S Mus cC* 12 12 47.0194644681 -70 09 06.436474127 7.58 8.80 8.33 7.39 5.196 F6Ib+B5V 241 0
15 V* S Nor cC* 16 18 51.8313333962 -57 53 59.253617873 8.15 7.49 6.49   5.427 F8/G0Ib 348 1
16 V* X Sgr cC* 17 47 33.6241002643 -27 49 50.848981593 5.84 5.34 4.54 6.03 3.661 F7II 315 0
17 V* Y Oph cC* 17 52 38.7021149511 -06 08 36.875163136 8.62 7.61 6.21     G3Ia 347 0
18 * gam01 Sgr cC* 18 05 01.2265190154 -29 34 48.303215344 5.99 5.47 4.69   3.869 G0Ib/II 331 0
19 * kap Pav WV* 18 56 57.0309200480 -67 14 00.566631622   5.08 4.40     G5Iab/b 123 0
20 V* FF Aql cC* 18 58 14.7482217777 +17 21 39.295590199 6.61 6.18 5.38     F6Ib 347 0
21 * omi Aql PM* 19 51 01.6437560393 +10 24 56.595177367   5.66   4.8   F8V 432 0
22 V* SV Vul cC* 19 51 30.9059608126 +27 27 36.835645654 8.65 7.86 6.74   5.703 F8Ia 404 0
23 * eta Aql cC* 19 52 28.3677478 +01 00 20.369619 5.12 4.61 3.80   3.030 F6Iab+B9.8V 642 0
24 * 10 Sge cC* 19 56 01.2614273274 +16 38 05.236276391 6.45 6.03 5.36 6.81 4.789 F7Ib 332 0
25 V* X Cyg cC* 20 43 24.1918662954 +35 35 16.075732392 8.69 7.70 6.47   5.241 F7Ib 444 0
26 V* T Vul cC* 20 51 28.2382502598 +28 15 01.816605372 6.89 6.49 5.77   5.061 F5Ib+A0.8V 324 0
27 V* DT Cyg cC* 21 06 30.2442673195 +31 11 04.765587914 6.70 6.38 5.82     F7II- 297 0
28 V* V1334 Cyg cC* 21 19 22.1772463169 +38 14 14.867388528   6.364 5.882     F1II+B7.0V 182 0
29 * del Cep cC* 22 29 10.2650184 +58 24 54.713856 4.71 4.35 3.75   3.219 F5Iab:+B7-8 689 0

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