# gamma Doradus pulsation in two pre-main sequence stars discovered by CoRoT

@article{Zwintz2013gammaDP,
title={gamma Doradus pulsation in two pre-main sequence stars discovered by CoRoT},
author={Konstanze Zwintz and Luca Fossati and T. Ryabchikova and Alexander Kaiser and Michael Gruberbauer and Thomas G. Barnes and Annie Baglin and S. Chaintreuil},
journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
year={2013}
}
• Published 6 January 2013
• Physics
• arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
Pulsations in pre-main sequence stars have been discovered several times within the last years. But nearly all of these pulsators are of delta Scuti-type. gamma Doradus-type pulsation in young stars has been predicted by theory, but lack observational evidence. We present the investigation of variability caused by rotation and (gammaDoradus-type) pulsation in two pre-main sequence members of the young open cluster NGC2264 using high-precision time series photometry from the CoRoT satellite and…
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