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000005599 0247_ $$2DOI$$a10.3390/galaxies9020028
000005599 037__ $$aSCART-2022-0018
000005599 100__ $$aLampens, P.
000005599 245__ $$aEclipsing Systems with Pulsating Components (Types {\ensuremath{\beta}} Cep, {\ensuremath{\delta}} Sct, {\ensuremath{\gamma}} Dor or Red Giant) in the Era of High-Accuracy Space Data
000005599 260__ $$c2021
000005599 520__ $$aEclipsing systems are essential objects for understanding the properties of stars and stellar systems. Eclipsing systems with pulsating components are furthermore advantageous because they provide accurate constraints on the component properties, as well as a complementary method for pulsation mode determination, crucial for precise asteroseismology. The outcome of space missions aiming at delivering high-accuracy light curves for many thousands of stars in search of planetary systems has also generated new insights in the field of variable stars and revived the interest of binary systems in general. The detection of eclipsing systems with pulsating components has particularly benefitted from this, and progress in this field is growing fast. In this review, we showcase some of the recent results obtained from studies of eclipsing systems with pulsating components based on data acquired by the space missions Kepler or TESS. We consider different system configurations including semi-detached eclipsing binaries in (near-)circular orbits, a (near-)circular and non-synchronized eclipsing binary with a chemically peculiar component, eclipsing binaries showing the heartbeat phenomenon, as well as detached, eccentric double-lined systems. All display one or more pulsating component(s). Among the great variety of known classes of pulsating stars, we discuss unevolved or slightly evolved pulsators of spectral type B, A or F and red giants with solar-like oscillations. Some systems exhibit additional phenomena such as tidal effects, angular momentum transfer, (occasional) mass transfer between the components and/or magnetic activity. How these phenomena and the orbital changes affect the different types of pulsations excited in one or more components, offers a new window of opportunity to better understand the physics of pulsations.
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000005599 6531_ $$aAstrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
000005599 773__ $$c28$$n2$$pGalaxies$$v9$$y2021
000005599 8560_ $$fpatricia.lampens@observatoire.be
000005599 85642 $$ahttps://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021Galax...9...28L
000005599 905__ $$apublished in
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