Preliminary results from XCOV 17: PG 1336-018

M. D. Reed*, D. Kilkenny, S. D. Kawaler, A. Mukadam, S. J. Kleinman, A. Nitta-Kleinman, J. L. Provencal, T. Watson, D. Sullivan, T. Sullivan, B. Shobbrook, X. J. Jiang, B. N. Ashoka, S. Seetha, E. Leibowitz, P. Ibbetson, H. Mendelson, E. G. Meištas, R. Kalytis, D. AlišauskasD. O'Donoghue, P. Martinez, F. Van Wyk, R. Stobie, F. Marang, S. Zola, J. Krzesinski, W. Ogloza, P. Mosaklik, R. Silvotti, A. Piccioni, G. Vauclair, N. Dolez, J. Rene-Fremy, M. Chevreton, A. Ulla, S. Dreizler, S. Schuh, J. Deetjen, J. E. Solheim, J. Perez, O. Suarez, M. Manteiga, M. Burleigh, M. Barstow, S. O. Kepler, A. Kanaan, O. Giovannini, T. Metcalfe, R. Østensen

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We present a preliminary analysis of the data collected during the 1999/1 (XCOV17) Whole Earth Telescope (WET) campaign to observe the pulsating subdwarf B star PG 1336-018. Since PG1336-018 is an HW Vir type eclipsing binary, our hope is to use the known orbital period, assume a tidally locked system, and search for rotationally split modes. To this end, we can already report some success.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)183-195
Number of pages13
JournalBaltic Astronomy
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2000


  • Individual: PG 1336-018
  • Oscillations
  • Stars: subdwarf B


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