Among the topics are the origin and evolution of helium-rich hot subdwarfs, the high-resolution spectropolarimetric observations of hot subdwarfs, the discovery of a stripped red-giant core in a bright eclipsing binary star, statistical tests for changes inpulsation mode properties, and EO Ceti as an example of a pulsating hot subdwarf with a main-sequence companion.
What does EB stand for?
EB stands for Eclipsing Binary (class of variable star)
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Much of what we know about the sizes of stars comes from such eclipsing binary systems, and most of what we know about the size of planets comes from transits," said lead author and Kepler scientist Laurance Doyle of the SETI Institute.
Most of what we know about the sizes of stars comes from such eclipsing binary systems, and most of what we know about the size of planets comes from transits," said Doyle, who also is the lead author and a Kepler participating scientist.
Eclipsing binary Algol (Beta Persei) has a couple of last UK-favourable minima for the season in April (12-13 and 15-16) before the constellation slips into the twilight zone of the northern sky.
The system clearly was a yellow supergiant eclipsing binary.
A further seventeen papers address eclipse-related issues of extra-solar physics, including solar and stellar eclipse mapping, line profiles during eclipse of binary stars, classification of eclipsing binaries, photometric and spectroscopic studies of the eclipsing binary, the light curve variation of the Be Star EM Cep, and determination of physical parameters of cataclysmic variables from analysis of their light curves.
Beta Lyrae also known as 'Sheliak' is a variable star of the eclipsing binary type.
Algol-type eclipsing binary systems are typically double star systems which generate a highly distinguishable light curve every 2.