A Tomographic Study of the Classical Nova RR Pictoris

@article{Ribeiro2006ATS,
  title={A Tomographic Study of the Classical Nova RR Pictoris},
  author={Fab{\'i}ola M. A. Ribeiro and Marcos P. Diaz},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific},
  year={2006},
  volume={118},
  pages={84 - 93}
}
We present the results of spectrophotometric observations of the old nova RR Pictoris performed in two spectral ranges, one centered in the Hα line, and other covering Hβ and Hγ spectral lines. From the Hβ radial velocity study, we found a primary radial semiamplitude of K1 = 37(1) km s−1 and a systemic velocity of γ = 1.8(2) km s−1. With these new values, a mass diagram is constructed, constraining the possible mass intervals for the system. The possible orbital inclination range was… 

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