• Physics
  • Published 2000

The eclipsing binary V578 Mon in the Rosette nebula: age and distance to NGC 2244 using Fourier disentangled component spectra ?,??

@inproceedings{Hensberge2000TheEB,
  title={The eclipsing binary V578 Mon in the Rosette nebula: age and distance to NGC 2244 using Fourier disentangled component spectra ?,??},
  author={Herman Hensberge and Kre{\vs}imir Pavlovski and Werner Verschueren},
  year={2000}
}
V578 Mon is a member of the young stellar clus- ter NGC 2244 which is embedded in the Rosette nebula. It is a double-lined binary, consisting of two early-B type components which eclipse each other partially during their 2.40848-day or- bit. A novel technique of Fourier disentangling is applied to disentangle the spectrum of the binary into the spectra of its components, allowing a direct spectroscopic temperature deter- mination for each component. Together with an analysis of the light curve… CONTINUE READING

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