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Paper: The Quadruple Star V2610 Ophiuchi
Volume: 510, Stars: From Collapse to Collapse
Page: 372
Authors: Hambálek, L'.; Pribulla, T.
Abstract: The recently discovered neglected eclipsing variable V2610 Oph was found to be a quadruple star. Spectroscopic observation show that the third light is dominant in the system. By multi-dataset modeling we present a proper determination of physical parameters of components of the eclipsing binary with respect to the third light. The separation of both binaries is only 0”.11 as obtained by speckle interferometry. Individual binary stars remain unresolved. We have computed the preliminary parameters of the outer orbit and its projection onto the plane of the sky.
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