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2017AJ....153...24H - Astron. J., 153, 24-24 (2017/January-0)

Binary central stars of planetary nebulae discovered through photometric variability. V. The central stars of HaTr 7 and ESO 330-9.

HILLWIG T.C., FREW D.J., REINDL N., ROTTER H., WEBB A. and MARGHEIM S.

Abstract (from CDS):

We find the central stars (CSs) of the planetary nebulae (PNe) HaTr 7 and ESO 330-9 to be close-binary systems. Both have orbital periods of less than half a day and contain an irradiated cool companion to the hot CS. We provide light curves, spectra, radial velocity curves, orbital periods, and binary modeling results for both systems. The binary modeling leads to system parameters, or ranges of allowed parameters for each system. We find that for the CS of HaTr 7 we need to use limb-darkening values for the cool companion that are different than the expected values for an isolated star. We also fit the CS spectrum to determine logg and temperature values independent of the binary modeling. For ESO 330-9 we find that based on our binary modeling, the hot CS is most likely a post-red giant branch (RGB) star with a mass of around 0.4 M. We discuss our derived stellar and nebular parameters in the broader context of close-binary CSs and their surrounding planetary nebulae (PNe). We also discuss the present status of known or suspected post-RGB stars in PNe.

Abstract Copyright: © 2016. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): binaries: close - planetary nebulae: individual: (PN HaTr 7, ESO 330-9) - planetary nebulae: individual: (PN HaTr 7, ESO 330-9)

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