Photometric and spectroscopic investigation of the B2e Herbig star HD52771: first results
We present first results of the photometric and spectroscopic investigation of the B1/B2 Herbig star HD52721 performed in 2009–2010 at three observatories: Mountain Astronomical Station (Kislovodsk) – photometry, CrAO(Crimea, Ukraine) – spectroscopy, Observatory San Pedro Martyr (Ensenada, Mexico) – high-resolution eshelle-spectroscopy. We have also used photometric data from the ASAS survey for 2003–2009. Our analysis has shown that a) the object is a close binary system with the orbital period of 1.610 days composed of two components of similar spectral type (B1–B2); b) the system is surrounded by the common disk-like envelope containing azimuthal inhomogeneity rotating with the orbital period of the system. We present preliminary estimates of the system parameters and discuss its possible nature.
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