Late-Type Near-Contact Eclipsing Binary [HH97] FS Aur-79

@article{Austin2007LateTypeNE,
  title={Late-Type Near-Contact Eclipsing Binary [HH97] FS Aur-79},
  author={S. Austin and J. W. Robertson and C. Tycner and T. Campbell and R. Honeycutt},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={133},
  pages={1934-1946}
}
  • S. Austin, J. W. Robertson, +2 authors R. Honeycutt
  • Published 2007
  • Physics
  • The Astronomical Journal
  • The secondary photometric standard star number 79 for the FS Aur field (Henden & Honeycutt 1997), designated as [HH97] FS Aur-79 (GSC 1874-399), is a short-period (0.2508 days) eclipsing binary whose light curve is a combination of the β Lyr and BY Dra type variables. High signal-to-noise ratio multicolor photometry was obtained using the US Naval Observatory 1 m telescope. These light curves show asymmetry at quadrature phases (the O'Connell effect), which can be modeled with the presence of… CONTINUE READING

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