Title: PG 1605+072 in WET XCoV22: Support for the multi site spectroscopic telescope
Authors: Schuh, SL ×
Heber, U
Dreizler, S
O'Toole, S
Jeffery, CS
Falter, S
Woolf, VM
Riddle, RL
Handler, G
Hurkal, O
Pakstiene, E
Klumpe, EW
Laurance, T
Vuckovic, M
Zola, S
Kawaler, SD
Kanaan, A
Monteiro, H
Giovannini, O
Kepler, SO
Mukadam, A
Provencal, JL
Nitta, A
Shipman, H
Mullally, F
Grauer, A
Wood, MA
Bradley, PA
Kilic, M
Sekiguchi, K
Crowe, R
Sullivan, DJ
Rosen, R
Clemens, C
Xiaojun, J
Janulis, R
O'Donoghue, D
Ogloza, W
Baran, A
Silvotti, R
Marinoni, S
Vauclair, G
Dolez, N
Chevreton, M
Deetjen, JL
Nagel, T
Perez, JMG
Solheim, JE
Ostensen, Roy
Ulla, A
Burleigh, M
Good, S
Metcalfe, TS
da Costa, AFM
Costa, JES
O'Brien, MS
Kim, SL
Lee, H
Sergeev, A
Akan, C
Cakirli, O
Paparo, M
Viraghalmy, G #
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Inst theoretical physics astronomy
Series Title: Baltic astronomy vol:12 issue:1 pages:55-70
Abstract: The Multi-site spectroscopic telescope is a virtual instrument and the name of a collaboration that opens up a new observational window by combining continuous observations of spectroscopic variations and simultaneous photometric monitoring. This constitutes an enormous observational effort, but in return promises to finally provide access to a mode identification for and an asteroseismological analysis of the pulsating sdB star PG 1605+072. Multi-Site Spectroscopic Telescope observations for this object have been secured during a large coordinated campaign in May and June of the year 2002. The frequency resolution and coverage of the photometric time series has been noticeably enhanced by a significant contribution from the Whole Earth Telescope, which was used to observe PG 1605+072 as an alternate target during the WET XCov22 campaign, also conducted in May 2002. This paper briefly outlines the motivation for the MSST project and tries to give a first assessment of the overall quality of the data obtained, with a focus on the Whole Earth Telescope observations.
ISSN: 1392-0049
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Non-KU Leuven Association publications
× corresponding author
# (joint) last author

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