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000002136 0247_ $$2DOI$$a10.1051/0004-6361/201424465
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000002136 100__ $$aMayer, A.
000002136 245__ $$aLarge-scale environments of binary AGB stars probed by Herschel. II. Two companions interacting with the wind of p1 Gruis
000002136 260__ $$c2014
000002136 520__ $$aContext. The Mass loss of Evolved StarS (MESS) sample observed with PACS on board the Herschel Space Observatory revealed that several asymptotic giant branch (AGB) stars are surrounded by an asymmetric circumstellar envelope (CSE) whose morphology is most likely caused by the interaction with a stellar companion. The evolution of AGB stars in binary systems plays a crucial role in understanding the formation of asymmetries in planetary nebulæ (PNe), but at present, only a handful of cases are known where the interaction of a companion with the stellar AGB wind is observed.  Aims: We probe the environment of the very evolved AGB star p1 Gruis on large and small scales to identify the triggers of the observed asymmetries.  Methods: Observations made with Herschel/PACS at 70 µm and 160 µm picture the large-scale environment of p1 Gru. The close surroundings of the star are probed by interferometric observations from the VLTI/AMBER archive. An analysis of the proper motion data of Hipparcos and Tycho-2 together with the Hipparcos Intermediate Astrometric Data help identify the possible cause for the observed asymmetry.  Results: The Herschel/PACS images of p1 Gru show an elliptical CSE whose properties agree with those derived from a CO map published in the literature. In addition, an arc east of the star is visible at a distance of 38″ from the primary. This arc is most likely part of an Archimedean spiral caused by an already known G0V companion that is orbiting the primary at a projected distance of 460 au with a period of more than 6200 yr. However, the presence of the elliptical CSE, proper motion variations, and geometric modelling of the VLTI/AMBER observations point towards a third component in the system, with an orbital period shorter than 10 yr, orbiting much closer to the primary than the G0V star. Herschel is an ESA space observatory with science instruments provided by European-led Principal Investigator consortia and with important participation from NASA. This paper makes use of data from ESO programmes 076.D-0624, 077.D-0620, 078.D-0122, 080.D-0076, 187.D-0924.Maps of Fig. 4 are only available at the CDS via anonymous ftp to http://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr ( or via http://cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/qcat?J/A+A/570/A113
000002136 700__ $$aJorissen, A.
000002136 700__ $$aPaladini, C.
000002136 700__ $$aKerschbaum, F.
000002136 700__ $$aPourbaix, D.
000002136 700__ $$aSiopis, C.
000002136 700__ $$aOttensamer, R.
000002136 700__ $$aMecina, M.
000002136 700__ $$aCox, N. L. J.
000002136 700__ $$aGroenewegen, M. A. T.
000002136 700__ $$aKlotz, D.
000002136 700__ $$aSadowski, G.
000002136 700__ $$aSpang, A.
000002136 700__ $$aCruzalèbes, P.
000002136 700__ $$aWaelkens, C.
000002136 773__ $$cA113$$pAstronomy and Astrophysics$$v570$$y2014
000002136 85642 $$ahttp://esoads.eso.org/abs/2014A%26A...570A.113M
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