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KIC 6220497: A New Algol-type Eclipsing Binary with Multiperiodic Pulsations
JaeWoo Lee (Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute), Kyeongsoo Hong (Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute), Jae-Rim Koo (Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute)

We present both binarity and pulsation of KIC 6220497 from the Kepler observations. The light curve synthesis shows that the eclipsing system is a semi-detached Algol with parameters of q = 0.243±0.001, i = 77.3±0.3 deg, and ΔT = 3,372±58 K, in which the detached primary component fills its Roche lobe by ∼87%. A multiple frequency analysis of the eclipse-subtracted light residuals reveals 33 frequencies in the range of 0.75-20.22 d-1 with amplitudes between 0.27 and 4.56 mmag. Among these, four are pulsation frequencies in fundamental (f1, f5) and p(f2, f7) modes, and six are orbital frequency (f8, f31) and its harmonics (f6, f11, f20, f24), which can be attributed to tidally excited modes. For the pulsation frequencies, the pulsation constants of 0.16-0.33 d and the period ratios of P pul/Porb = 0.042-0.089 indicate that the primary component is a δ Sct pulsating star and, thus, KIC 6220497 is an oscillating eclipsing Algol (oEA) star. The dominant pulsation period of 0.1174051±0.0000004 d is significantly longer than that expected from empirical relations that link the pulsation period with the orbital period. The surface gravity of log g1 = 3.78±0.03 is clearly smaller than those of the other oEA stars with similar orbital periods. The pulsation period and the surface gravity of the pulsating primary demonstrate that KIC 6220497 would be the more evolved EB, compared with normal oEA stars.

Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia COMPETE 2020 PORTUGAL 2020 União Europeia