Investigation of the lines Hα and Hβ in the spectrum of star HD 206267

1Rustamov, JN, 2Abdulkerimova, AF
1Shemakha Astrophysical Observatory named after N.Tusi of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
2Nasir al-Din al-Tusi Shamakhi Astrophysical Observatory, Pirqulu, Azerbaijan
Kinemat. fiz. nebesnyh tel (Online) 2017, 33(5):49-58
Start Page: Physics of Stars and Interstellar Medium
Language: Russian

The results of investigations of the Hαand Hβ; lines in the spectrum of the star HD 206267 are presented. Observations were carried out in 2011—2014 at the Cassegrain focus of the 2-m telescope of the N. Tusi Shamakhy Astrophysical Observatory of NAS of Azerbaijan by using an echelle spectrometer. The moving discrete absorption components in the core of line Hα from the red side to the violet, the stable emission in the violet wing of the line Hα, the antiphase variation of the radial velocities and equivalent widths of the line Hα, and the independence of the changes of the equivalent widths of the line Hβ; from the phase of the orbital period have been revealed for the first time. A spectral feature according to which this star can be considered as a source of X-ray radiation has not been found.

Keywords: discrete absorption components, emission, spectral lines, star HD 206267

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