Title: Asteroseismology of massive stars in the young open cluster NGC 884: a status report
Authors: Saesen, Sophie ×
Carrier, Fabien
Pigulski, A.
Aerts, Conny
Handler, G.
Narwid, A.
Fu, J.N.
Zhang, C.
Jiang, X.J.
Kopacki, G.
Vanautgaerden, J.
Steślicki, M.
Acke, Bram
Poretti, E.
Uytterhoeven, K.
De Meester, Wim
Reed, M.D.
Kołaczkowski, Z.
Michalska, G.
Schmidt, E.
Ostensen, Roy
Gielen, Clio
Yakut, K.
Leitner, A.
Kalomeni, B.
Prins, Saskia
Van Helshoecht, V.
Zima, Wolfgang
Huygen, Eric
Vandenbussche, Bart
Lenz, P.
Ladjal, Djazia
Puga Antolín, E.
Verhoelst, Tijl
De Ridder, Joris
Niarchos, P.
Liakos, A.
Lorenz, D.
Dehaes, S.
Reyniers, M.
Davignon, G.
Kim, S.-L.
Kim, D.H.
Lee, Y.-J.
Lee, C.-U.
Kwon, J.-H.
Broeders, Erik
Van Winckel, Hans
Vanhollebeke, E.
Raskin, Gert
Blom, Y.
Eggen, J.R.
Beck, Paul
Puschnig, J.
Schmitzberger, L.
Gelven, G.A.
Steininger, B.
Drummond, R. #
Issue Date: Jul-2009
Publisher: Verlag der Oesterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Series Title: Communications in Asteroseismology issue:158 pages:179-183
Abstract: To improve our comprehension of the β Cephei stars, we set up a photometric multi-site campaign on the open cluster NGC 884 (χ Persei). Thirteen telescopes joined the 2005-2007 campaign which resulted in almost 78 000 CCD frames. We present an up-to-date status of the analysis of these data, in which several interesting oscillating stars are pointed out. We end with the future prospects.
ISSN: 1021-2043
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Institute of Astronomy
Physics and Astronomy - miscellaneous
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