THE BM Ori system. IV. A new component of the system

@article{Vitrichenko2006THEBO,
  title={THE BM Ori system. IV. A new component of the system},
  author={Eh. A. Vitrichenko and Valentina Klochkova and Vadim Tsymbal},
  journal={Astrophysics},
  year={2006},
  volume={49},
  pages={96-104}
}
Cross correlations between observed and synthetic spectra are used to discover yet another satellite of BM Ori with the following characteristics: effective temperature Teff = 4000 K, radius R = 16R⊙, mass M = 1.8M⊙, spectral type K7 III, absolute bolometric stellar magnitude Mb = + 4m·0, axial rotation velocity V sini = 85 km/s, and relative luminosity 0.005 near the V band. 
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