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A seven year campaign on WR22

  • G. Rauw (a1), J.-M. Vreux (a1), E. Gosset (a1), D. Hutsemekers (a1), P. Magain (a1), J. Manfroid (a1), M. Remy (a1) and K. Rochowicz (a2)...

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New spectroscopic and photometric observations of WR22 are presented. High signal-to-noise digital spectra with high dispersion are used to improve the parameters of the orbit (P = 80.31 ±0.01 d), formerly determined on the basis of photographic spectra only. The intrinsic photometric variability of WR22 and recent observations of the eclipse are also discussed.

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A seven year campaign on WR22

  • G. Rauw (a1), J.-M. Vreux (a1), E. Gosset (a1), D. Hutsemekers (a1), P. Magain (a1), J. Manfroid (a1), M. Remy (a1) and K. Rochowicz (a2)...

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