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PostPosted: 10. March 2016, 06:29:49 AM 
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Hi all,

A paper on the 2014 eta Car periastron has just been published in ApJ. Among other things, it highlights yet another successful pro-am collaboration. Members of the SASER that contributed spectra to this campaign included Paul Luckas (Perth), Bernard Heathcote (Melbourne), Malcolm Locke, (Canterbury, New Zealand) Jonathan Powles (Canberra), and Terry Bohlsen (Armidale).

Paper details:
Teodoro, M., et al. "He II λ4686 EMISSION FROM THE MASSIVE BINARY SYSTEM IN η CAR: CONSTRAINTS TO THE ORBITAL ELEMENTS AND THE NATURE OF THE PERIODIC MINIMA." arXiv preprint arXiv:1601.03396 (2016).

A link to the recently published paper can be found here:
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.38 ... /2/131/pdf

Plans are already underway to contribute data for the forthcoming apastron, and further leading up to the next periastron of this enigmatic star in 2020.

Anyone interested in joining should drop by the SASER web site: http://saser.wholemeal.co.nz

Regards,

Paul


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PostPosted: 10. March 2016, 12:16:03 PM 
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Thanks for doing that Paul.
Does the given link work for you?

Bernard

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From: Paul Luckas
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To: fg-spek-admin@vdsastro.de
Subject: [fg spektroskopie] eta Carinae 2014 periastron

Link zum neuen Beitrag:
http://spektroskopieforum.vdsastro.de/v ... 409#p27569

Hi all,

A paper on the 2014 eta Car periastron has just been published in ApJ.
Among other things, it highlights yet another successful pro-am
collaboration. Members of the SASER that contributed spectra to this
campaign included Paul Luckas (Perth), Bernard Heathcote (Melbourne),
Malcolm Locke, (Canterbury, New Zealand) Jonathan Powles (Canberra),
and Terry Bohlsen (Armidale).

Paper details:
Teodoro, M., et al. "He II λ4686 EMISSION FROM THE MASSIVE BINARY
SYSTEM IN η CAR: CONSTRAINTS TO THE ORBITAL ELEMENTS AND THE NATURE OF
THE PERIODIC MINIMA." arXiv preprint arXiv:1601.03396 (2016).

A link to the recently published paper can be found here:
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.38 ... /2/131/pdf

Plans are already underway to contribute data for the forthcoming
apastron, and further leading up to the next periastron of this
enigmatic star in 2020.

Anyone interested in joining should drop by the SASER web site:
http://saser.wholemeal.co.nz

Regards,

Paul


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PostPosted: 10. March 2016, 14:06:48 PM 
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Hi Bernard

The IOP link to the ApJ paper link works for me but is behind a paywall (not for you though as a coauthor I guess) but the arXiv version is free
http://arxiv.org/abs/1601.03396

Robin


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PostPosted: 10. March 2016, 14:47:47 PM 
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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the links!

This morning at 7:30 UT this link didn't work:

http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.38 ... /2/131/pdf

but now 12:45 UT it works perfect here in Denmark!

Best regards
Knud :D


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