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2014A&A...570A.115C - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 570A, 115-115 (2014/10-1)

A multiwavelength study of the hierarchical triple HD 181068. A test bed for studying star-planet interaction?

CZESLA S., HUBER K.F., SCHNEIDER P.C. and SCHMITT J.H.M.M.

Abstract (from CDS):

HD 181068 is the only compact, triply eclipsing, hierarchical triple system containing a giant star that is known to date. With its central, highly active G-type giant orbited by a close pair of main-sequence dwarfs, the system is ideal for studying tidal interactions. We carried out a multiwavelength study to characterize the magnetic activity of the HD 181068 system. To this end, we obtained in- and out-of-eclipse X-ray snapshots with XMM-Newton and an optical spectrum, which we analyzed along with the Kepler light curve. The primary giant shows strong quiescent X-ray emission at a level of 2x1031erg/s, an S-index of 0.41±0.01, and marked white-light flares releasing up to 6x1038erg in the Kepler band. During the second X-ray observation, we found a three-times elevated - yet decaying - level of X-ray emission, which might be due to an X-ray flare. The high level of magnetic activity is compatible with the previously reported absence of solar-like oscillations in the giant, whose atmosphere, however, undergoes tidally induced oscillations imposed by the changing configuration of the dwarf-binary. We found that the driving force exciting these oscillations is comparable to the disturbances produced by a typical hot Jupiter, making the system a potential test bed for studying the effects of tidal interactions also present in planetary systems.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: activity - X-rays: stars - planet-star interactions - stars: individual: HD 181068

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