CAOSP abstracts, Volume: 49, No.: 2, year: 2019

Abstract: The analysis of eclipsing binaries with massive components enables to test stellar evolution models and track selected aspects of the structure of early-type stars. Stellar pairs with B-type components may serve to find tighter constraints on the mechanisms of convective core overshooting or masses of β Cephei-type stars. We present the results of an analysis of several eclipsing binaries — N Sco, LS CMa, and δ Vel — observed by BRITE-Constellation satellites and followed by a wide range of ground-based telescopes.

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