# Young massive binary θ1 OriC: Radial velocities of components

@article{Balega2014YoungMB,
title={Young massive binary $\theta$1 OriC: Radial velocities of components},
author={Yu. Yu. Balega and Eugene L. Chentsov and V. V. Leushin and A. Kh. Rzaev and Gerd Weigelt},
journal={Astrophysical Bulletin},
year={2014},
volume={69},
pages={46-57}
}
• Published 23 February 2014
• Physics
• Astrophysical Bulletin
We succeeded in separating the absorption lines of both the primary C1 and the secondary C2 component in the spectra of the young massive binary θ1 OriC (O6Vp + B0V, mass sum 44 ± 7M⊙), obtained during the period from November 1995 to February 2013 with different telescopes. These observations allowed us to derive, for the first time, the radial velocities of both components. The orbitalmotion of the secondary star is traced through its weak (the line depth is approximately 0.01–0.02…
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