Composite spectra - Paper 3: π aquilae
π Aquilae is a visual double star whose angular separation of 1 ”.4 is so small that the system has been regarded as a composite-spectrum binary. However, by taking advantage of the excellence of the site and optics of the Mount Wilson 100-inch telescope, we have been able to obtain spectra of each component separately; the spectral types are about G8 III and A2V
Volume 40 | Issue 5
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