HR 7355 - another rapidly braking He-strong CP star?

  title={HR 7355 - another rapidly braking He-strong CP star?},
  author={Zdeněk Mikul{\'a}{\vs}ek and Jiř{\'i} Krti{\vc}ka and Gregory W. Henry and S. N. de Villiers and Ernst Paunzen and Miloslav Zejda},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
We acquired 114 new BV observations of HR 7355 at observatories in Arizona, U.S.A and Cape Town, South Africa. We performed period analyses of the new observations along with new analyses of 732 archival measurements from the Hipparcos and ASAS projects. We find that the light curves of HR 7355; in various filters are quite similar, double-peaked, with unevenly deep minima. We substantially refine the rotational period to be P = 0.5214410(4)d, indicating that HR 7355gt; is the most rapidly… 

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