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The Period Change Rate in the RS CVn Binary HD 5303

  • K. Thompson (a1), D. W. Coates (a1) and G. Anders (a1)

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From the observed timings of primary eclipse of HD 5303 we find that its 2.7 day period is increasing at a rate of about one second per year. In this paper we consider the implications of this in terms of mass transfer or mass loss from the system.

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The Period Change Rate in the RS CVn Binary HD 5303

  • K. Thompson (a1), D. W. Coates (a1) and G. Anders (a1)

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