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Paper: HD 123335, an Interesting Eclipsing SB2 in Centaurus
Volume: 318, Spectroscopically and Spatially Resolving the Components of Close Binary Stars
Page: 309
Authors: Hensberge, H.; Nitschelm, C.; Freyhammer, L.M.; Bouzid, M.Y.; Clausen, J.V.; David, M.; Helt, B.E.; Olsen, E.H.; Papadaki, C.; Sterken, C.; Vaz, L.P.R.
Abstract: New extensive differential uvby photometry at the Danish SAT telescope, and high-resolution spectroscopy at ESO, SAAO and Mt. John Observatory reveal that HD 123335 (HR 5292) is an eclipsing SB2 consisting of two sharp-lined B-type stars in an eccentric orbit (e = 0.735, PIorb = 35.44735d). The slowest rotating component (Prot = 61.46d) is a chemically peculiar (CP) star of the type He-weak SrTi.
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