Pulsational Analysis of V 588 Mon and V 589 Mon Observed with the MOST and CoRoT Satellites

  title={Pulsational Analysis of V 588 Mon and V 589 Mon Observed with the MOST and CoRoT Satellites},
  author={K. Zwintz and T. Kallinger and D. Guenther and M. Gruberbauer and R. Kuschnig and W. Weiss and M. Auvergne and L. Jorda and F. Favata and J. Matthews and M. Fischer},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
The two pulsating pre-main sequence (PMS) stars V 588 Mon and V 589 Mon were observed by CoRoT for 23.4 days in 2008 March during the Short Run SRa01 and in 2004 and 2006 by MOST for a total of ~70 days. We present their photometric variability up to 1000 μHz and down to residual amplitude noise levels of 23 and 10 ppm of the CoRoT data for V 588 Mon and V 589 Mon, respectively. The CoRoT imagette data as well as the two MOST data sets allowed for detailed frequency analyses using Period04 and… Expand
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