Astronomical School’s Report, 2016, Volume 12, Issue 2, Pages 101–104

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UDC 524.38

A possible additional body in eclipsing binary system HS 2231+2441

Vidmachenko A.P., Shlakhetska Ya.O., Romanyuk Ya.O.

Abstract

Analysis of the light curves of eclipsing binary systems HS 2231+2441, obtained with the 36-cm telescope, is made. In processing the photometric data on eclipses by method of timing, obtained evidence for the existence of a third body in the system.

Keywords: light curves; binary system; HS 2231+2441

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