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Magnetic field measurements of Kepler Ap/CP2 stars

Authors

ROMANYUK  MIKULÁŠEK Zdeněk HUEMMERICH Stefan YAKUNIN Ilya I. MOISEEVA A. JANÍK Jan BERNHARD Klaus KRTIČKA Jiří PAUNZEN Ernst JAGELKA Miroslav ZEJDA Miloslav VAŇKO Martin

Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Stars and their variability observed from space
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Faculty of Science

Citation
Web https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2020svos.conf..197R
Description We present first results of the ongoing search for magnetic fields in eight Ap/CP2 stars and one candidate in the Kepler field using the spectropolarimeter of the 6-meter SAO reflector in Russia. Five stars (KIC 4180396, KIC 5264818, KIC 5473826, KIC 6065699, and KIC 8324268) were found to harbor a strong magnetic field. Very likely, KIC 6864569 is also a magnetic star, but more observations are needed. The status of KIC 8161798 and KIC 10324412 remains as yet unclear; no significant field was detected for the CP2 star candidate KIC 6278403. The resulting sample will facilitate research on the connection between magnetic field topologies and surface chemical structures in mCP stars.
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