THE VERY SHORT PERIOD M DWARF BINARY SDSS J001641–000925*

@article{Davenport2013THEVS,
  title={THE VERY SHORT PERIOD M DWARF BINARY SDSS J001641–000925*},
  author={J. Davenport and A. Becker and A. West and J. Bochanski and S. Hawley and J. Holtzman and H. Gunning and E. Hilton and Ferah Munshi and M. Albright},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={764},
  pages={62}
}
We present follow-up observations and analysis of the recently discovered short period low-mass eclipsing binary, SDSS J001641–000925. With an orbital period of 0.19856 days, this system has one of the shortest known periods for an M dwarf binary system. Medium-resolution spectroscopy and multi-band photometry for the system are presented. Markov Chain Monte Carlo modeling of the light curves and radial velocities yields estimated masses for the stars of M 1 = 0.54 ± 0.07 M ☉ and M 2 = 0.34 ± 0… Expand
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