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000-BBT-601 (No observations)  
Virgo Sequence
13 25 11.58 -11 09 40.8  (201.29825 -11.16133) Search nearby
B1950.0 13 22 33.34 -10 54 03.4
Proper motion
RA: -42.35 +/- 0.62 mas/yDec: -30.67 +/- 0.37 mas/ySource: F. Van Leeuwen, 2007
Galactic coord. 316.112 +50.845
Other names

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67 Vir 1RXS J132511.6-110932 BD-10 3672
HD 116658 HIP 65474 HR 5056
IRC -10286 RAFGL 1622 SAO 157923
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Variability type
Spectral type B1III-IV+B2V
Mag. range
0.96 - 1.00 V
Discoverer --
07 May 1912 (HJD 2419530.49) Ephemeris
Outburst --
Period 4.0145 d
Rise/eclipse dur. --
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1 Otero, Sebastian Alberto Grazing eclipses haven't been confirmed from MOST photometry analysis in 2016MNRAS.458.1964T. Eccentric system. Apsidal period has been published as 117.9 yrs (2016A&A...590A..54H) or 139 yrs (2016MNRAS.458.1964T). BCEP pulsations arise from the primary component and have an amplitude <0.01 mag. The previously reported period (0.1738 d.) is present but with a much smaller amplitude in MOST data, which shows several periods, the larger amplitude one being 1.441 d. (2016MNRAS.458.1964T).
2 Otero, Sebastian Alberto Eclipse amplitude is less than 0.01 mag. Ellipsoidal variability, 0.03 mag.
3 GCVS Team The Table gives the epoch of Min for the ellipsoidal variability and Porb. The depth of Min II up to 0.08m. SB 2. e = 0.205 +- 0.004. Apsidal motion: Pi = 108a +- 5a. Pulsations: P var, P = 0.17378587d (1908 - 1956); since 1956 Max = 2445405.63 + 0.17378680d*E [E.Chapellier, J.C.Valtier, J.P. Sareyan, J.M.Le Contel, D.Ducatel, P.J.Morel, AsAp 143, N2, 466, 1985.]. A var. 3 companions according to lunar occultation observations: 3.1m, 0.0025"; 4.5m, 0.05"; 7.5m, 0.5". Soft X-ray source, LX/Lbol = 2.9*10**(-8).
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1 Tkachenko, A.; et al., 2016, Stellar modelling of Spica, a high-mass
spectroscopic binary with a β Cep variable primary component
2 Harrington, D.; et al., 2016, Alpha Virginis: line-profile variations and
orbital elements
3 MOST reveals Spica as an Eclipsing Binary 2009AIPC.1170..376D
4 D.G.Monet, ApJ 237, 513, 1980. 1980ApJ...237..513M
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2MASS J = 1.46H = 1.61K = 1.69J - K = -0.23
AllWISE W3 = 1.88W4 = 1.81W3 - W4 = 0.07
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4 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2017-01-09 15:30 UTC Type and period from 2016MNRAS.458.1964T. Range from HIPPARCOS and MOST data.
3 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2010-02-02 21:29 UTC Type changed to eclipsing binary according to reference.
2 Admin, VSX 2010-01-04 23:43 UTC Position updated from the GCVS version of November 2009.
1 Admin, VSX 2005-12-17 20:33 UTC Initial upload.