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Asteroseismology of eclipsing binary stars using Kepler and the hermes spectrograph

  • V.S. Schmid (a1), J. Debosscher (a1), P. Degroote (a1) and C. Aerts (a1) (a2)

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We introduce our PhD project in which we focus on pulsating stars in eclipsing binaries. The combination of high-precision Kepler photometry with high-resolution hermes spectroscopy allows for detailed descriptions of our sample of target stars. We report here the detection of three false positives by radial velocity measurements.

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Asteroseismology of eclipsing binary stars using Kepler and the hermes spectrograph

  • V.S. Schmid (a1), J. Debosscher (a1), P. Degroote (a1) and C. Aerts (a1) (a2)

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