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MOST photometry of the roAp star 10 Aquilae

Authors
  • Daniel Huber
  • H, Saio
  • M, Gruberbauer
  • W W, Weiss
  • Jason Rowe
  • M, Hareter
  • T, Kallinger
  • P, Reegen
  • J M, Matthews
  • R, Kuschnig
  • D B, Guenther
  • Afj, Moffat
  • S, Rucinski
  • D, Sasselov
  • Gah, Walker
  • David B, Guenther
  • Michael, Gruberbauer
Journal
ScienceOpen Astronomy & Astrophysics
Publisher
ScienceOpen
Publication Date
Apr 30, 2008
Volume
483
Issue
1
Pages
239–248
Source
SETI Institute
License
Unknown

Abstract

Context. We present 31.2 days of nearly continuous MOST photometry of the rapidly oscillating Ap star 10 Aql. Aims. The goal was to provide an unambiguous frequency identification for this little studied star, as well as to discuss the detected frequencies in the context of magnetic models and analyze the influence of the magnetic field on the pulsation. Methods. Using traditional Fourier analysis techniques on three independent data reductions, intrinsic frequencies for the star are identified. Theoretical non-adiabatic ...

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