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J/other/AstBu/62.339      Nearby multiple stars              (Balega+, 2007)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/other/AstBu/62.339 Speckle interferometry of nearby multiples (Balega+, 2007) ================================================================================ Speckle interferometry of nearby multiple stars. IV. Measurements in 2004 and new orbits. Balega I.I., Balega Yu.Yu., Maksimov A.F., Malogolovets E.V., Rastegaev D.A., Shkhagosheva Z.U., Weigelt G. <Astrophys. Bull., 62, 339-351 (2007)> =2007AstBu..62..339B ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Stars, double and multiple Abstract: The results of speckle interferometric observations of 104 binary and 6 triple stars performed at the BTA 6m telescope in 2004 October are presented. Nearby low-mass stars are mostly observed for the program, among which 59 there are new binaries recently discovered by the Hipparcos astrometric satellite. Concurrently with the diffraction-limited position measurements we obtained 154 brightness ratio measurements of binary and multiple star components in different bands of the visible spectrum. New, first-resolved binaries are the symbiotic star CH Cyg with a weak companion at 0.043" separation and the pair of red dwarfs, GJ 913 = HIP 118212. In addition, we derived the orbital parameters for two interferometric systems: the CN-giant pair HD 210211 = HIP 109281 (P=10.7yr) and the G2V-K2V G2V-K2V binary GJ 9830 = HIP 116259 (P=15.7yr).

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