Detection of a star escaping from the Orion Trapezium

@article{Vitrichenko2010DetectionOA,
  title={Detection of a star escaping from the Orion Trapezium},
  author={Eh. A. Vitrichenko and Holger Lehmann and Valentina Klochkova and Larisa Vladimirovna Bychkova and V. D. Bychkov},
  journal={Astrophysics},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={306-308}
}
During studies of spectra of the star Θ1 Ori C with high photometric and spectral resolution we have discovered a system of spectral lines indicating a large negative radial velocity (RV). We designate this star as Θ1 Ori C3. 
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The companion C1 in the Θ1 Ori C system
The star Θ1 Ori C1, which is the nearest companion of the principal star Θ1 Ori C, is studied using extensive spectral data. Two radial velocity curves are constructed and solved. One of these

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