A revisit to the enigmatic variable star 21 Comae

@inproceedings{Paunzen2019ART,
  title={A revisit to the enigmatic variable star 21 Comae},
  author={Ernst Paunzen and Gerald Handler and Przemyslaw Walczak and Stefan Huemmerich and Ewa Niemczura and Thomas Kallinger and Werner Wolfgang Weiss and Klaus Bernhard and M. Fedurco and Anna Guetl-Wallner and Jaymie Mark Matthews and Theodor Pribulla and Martin Vaňko and Stefan Wallner and Tomasz R{\'o}żański},
  year={2019}
}
  • Ernst Paunzen, Gerald Handler, +12 authors Tomasz Różański
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • The magnetic chemically peculiar (Ap/CP2) star 21 Com has been extensively studied in the past, albeit with widely differing and sometimes contradictory results, in particular concerning the occurrence of short term variability between about 5 to 90 minutes. We have performed a new investigation of 21 Com using MOST satellite and high-cadence ground-based photometry, time series spectroscopy, and evolutionary and pulsational modeling. Our analysis confirms that 21 Com is a classical CP2 star… CONTINUE READING

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