CoRoT 102918586: a γ Doradus pulsator in a short-period eccentric eclipsing binary

  title={CoRoT 102918586: a $\gamma$ Doradus pulsator in a short-period eccentric eclipsing binary},
  author={Carla Maceroni and Josefina Montalb{\'a}n and Davide Gandolfi and Kre{\vs}imir Pavlovski and Monica Rainer},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
Pulsating stars in eclipsing binary systems are powerful to ols to test stellar models. Binarity enables to constrain th e pulsating component physical parameters, whose knowledge drastically improves the input physics for asteroseismic studies. The st udy of stellar oscillations allows us, in its turn, to improve our understa nding of stellar interiors and evolution. The space mission CoRoT discovered several promising objects suitable for these studies, which have been photometrically… Expand
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