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Sur La Masse D’une Binaire Spectroscopique Membre D’une Etoile Double Visuelle

  • P. Couteau (a1)

Abstract

We describe a method which interposes a relation Mass-Luminosity in order to calculate the dynamic parallax and the masses of the components in a system of known orbit which involves a spectroscopic binary. We apply the method to a few cases.

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Se describe un método, que interpone una relación masa-luminosidad para calcular la paralaje dinámica y las masas de las componentes de un sistema visual de órbita conocida, cuando una de aquellas es una binaria espectroscópica. Se aplica el método a algunos casos específicos.

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Sur La Masse D’une Binaire Spectroscopique Membre D’une Etoile Double Visuelle

  • P. Couteau (a1)

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