Weighing in on the masses of retired A stars with asteroseismology: K2 observations of the exoplanet-host star HD 212771

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  • Tiago L. Campante
    Tiago L. CampanteMonash Univ, Monash University, Sch Phys & AstronUniv BirminghamUniversity BirminghamTexas Christian Univ, Texas Christian University, Dept Phys & AstronLeibniz Inst Astrophys Potsdam AIPGeorg August Univ GottingenUniv Gottingen, University of Gottingen, Inst Astrophys
  • Dimitri Veras
    Dimitri VerasWarwick Business School, Warwick University
  • Thomas S. H. North
    Thomas S. H. North
  • Andrea Miglio
  • Thierry Morel
    Thierry MorelLiege University
  • John A. Johnson
    John A. JohnsonSmithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
  • William J. Chaplin
    William J. Chaplin
  • Guy R. Davies
    Guy R. Davies
  • Daniel Huber
    Daniel HuberSETI Inst
  • James S. Kuszlewicz
    James S. Kuszlewicz
  • Mikkel N. Lund
  • Benjamin F. Cooke
    Benjamin F. CookeUniversity Birmingham
  • Yvonne P. Elsworth
    Yvonne P. Elsworth
  • Thaise S. Rodrigues
    Thaise S. RodriguesUniv Padua, University of Padua, Dept Biol
  • Andrew Vanderburg
    Andrew VanderburgSmithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
Original languageEnglish
JournalRoyal Astronomical Society. Monthly Notices
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)1360-1368
Number of pages9
StatePublished - Aug 2017

    Research areas

  • asteroseismology, techniques: photometric, techniques: spectroscopic, planet, star interactions, stars: individual: HD 212771, planetary systems, SOLAR-LIKE OSCILLATIONS, STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS MESA, RED-CLUMP STARS, MAIN-SEQUENCE, PLANET HOSTS, GIANT STARS, FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES, EVOLVED STARS, ATMOSPHERIC PARAMETERS, BOLOMETRIC CORRECTIONS

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