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Asteroseismology in eclipsing binary systems through multisite coordinated campaigns: The case of RZ Cas during the year 1999

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Abstract:

RZ Cas is an Algol-type eclipsing binary system where the primary component was recently discovered as a  Sct-type pulsator. We present here the results obtained during a three-continent multisite photometric campaign carried out during the year 1999 for this star in the framework of a long-term collaboration for asteroseismology in the lower part of the classical instability strip.

Keywords: RZ Cas; Stars: variables; binaries; delta Scuti; eclipsing; individual; oscillations; techniques: photometric

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1055679031000139406

Affiliations: 1: Consejo Superior de Investigaciónes Científicas Instituto de Astrofísica de Aldalucía PO Box 3004 E-18080 Granada Spain 2: Escuela Universitaria de Ingeniería Técnica Industrial, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Departamento de Física Ronda de Valencia 3 28012 Madrid Spain 3: Odessa State University Astronomical Observatory Shevchenko Park Odessa 270014 Ukraine 4: Universitetskij Prospekt 13 Sternberg Astronomical Institute 119899 Moscow Russia 5: Korea Astronomy Observatory Taejon 305-348 South Korea 6: Brigham Young University Department of Physics and Astronomy Provo Utah 84602 USA

Publication date: August 1, 2003

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