Spectroscopic binaries near the North Galactic Pole paper 16: HD 116093
Photoelectric radial-velocity measurements show that HD 116093 is a double-lined spectroscopic binary in a very eccentric 53-day orbit. Very little else is known about the system, but circumstantial evidence is consistent with the hypothesis that the components’ types are near to F3 V and F8 V. If that is so, the orbit must be seen very nearly edge-on; a search for eclipses is warranted and an ephemeris for them is given.
Volume 40 | Issue 4
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