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A radial-velocity curve for WR 46 (WN3p)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 August 2017

P. M. Veen
Affiliation:
Sterrewacht Leiden, The Netherlands
A.M. van Genderen
Affiliation:
Sterrewacht Leiden, The Netherlands
M.A.W. Verheijen
Affiliation:
Sterrewacht Leiden, The Netherlands
K.A. van der Hucht
Affiliation:
SRON-Utrecht, The Netherlands

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As the first result of spectroscopic monitoring of WR46 (HD 104994, WN3p) in 1991, a preliminary radial-velocity curve is presented with P = 6.8 hr, confirming the binary nature suggested from photometry.

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Copyright © Kluwer 1995 

References

van Genderen, A.M. 1991, in: van der Hucht, K.A. & Hidayat, B. (eds.) Wolf-Rayet Stars and Interrelations with Other Massive Stars in Galaxies, Proc. IAU Symp. No. 143 (Dordrecht: Kluwer), p. 129 Google Scholar
van Kerkwijk, M.H. 1993a, PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam Google Scholar
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Pollock, A.M.T. 1987, ApJ 320, 283 CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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