Spectroscopic observations of the EE Cep eclipse in 2003
High-resolution spectroscopy during the eclipse of EE Cep was obtained and presented for the first time. The star's spectroscopic behaviour can be roughly interpreted as a partial eclipse of the high luminosity Be primary and its emitting gaseous ring by the semi-transparent gaseous envelope around an invisible, opaque secondary, most probably a dark disk. © Springer 2005.
Astrophysics and Space Science
Mikolajewski, M., Tomov, T., Hajduk, M., Cikala, M., Osiwala, J., Galan, C., Zajczyk, A., Kolev, D., Iliev, I., Marrese, P., Munari, U., Zwitter, T., Galazutdinov, G., Musaev, F., Bondar, A., Georgiev, L., Bolton, C., Blake, R., & Pych, W. (2005). Spectroscopic observations of the EE Cep eclipse in 2003. Astrophysics and Space Science. Retrieved from https://ir.una.edu/phys_facpub/132