Book 2006

Close Binaries in the 21st Century: New Opportunities and Challenges

ISBN: 978-1-4020-5026-8 (Print) 978-1-4020-5027-5 (Online)

Table of contents (99 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Close Binaries in the 21 st Century: New Opportunities and Challenges

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    The Brave New World of Binary Star Studies

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    Multisite, Multiwavelength Studies of the Active Cool Binary CC Eri

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    Late-type X-ray Emitting Binaries in the Solar Neighborhood and in Star Forming Regions

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    Analysis of Extra-Solar Planetary Transits Using Tools from Eclipsing Binaries

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    Photometric Studies of Twelve Deep, Low-mass Ratio Overcontact Binary Systems

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    Pages 27-31

    Updated UBV Light-Curve and Period Analysis of Eclipsing Binary HS Herculis

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    The Period Variation of V839 Oph

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    Investigation of Times of Minima of Selected Early-Type Eclipsing Binaries

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    Photometric Studies of Bright Southern Binary Systems: Cra and ψ Ori

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    Photometric Solution of the O-type Eclipsing Binary V1007 Sco

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    First results of the Central-East-South European Binary Star Study Group (CESEB)

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    Pages 53-55

    Spot Modelling of ζ Andromedae

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    Pages 57-59

    Chromospheric Activity and Orbital Solution of Six New Late-type Spectroscopic Binary Systems

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    Pages 61-63

    The Near-Contact System V387 Cygni: BVRI Photometry and Modelling

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    Pages 65-67

    Monitoring Secular Orbital Period Variations of Some Eclipsing Binaries at the Ankara University Observatory

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    Pages 69-71

    The W UMa-type Stars Program: First Results, Current Status and Perspectives

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    A Mechanism for Producing Short-Period Binaries

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    Pages 79-82

    Evolutionary Status of Late-type Contact Binaries: Case of a 1.2 + 1 M Binary

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    Pages 83-86

    Wind Ionization Structure of the Short-Period Eclipsing LMC Wolf-Rayet Binary BAT99-129: Preliminary Results

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