Eclipsing

Some articles on eclipsing:

Semidetached Binaries - Classifications - Methods of Observation - Eclipsing Binaries
... An eclipsing binary star is a binary star in which the orbit plane of the two stars lies so nearly in the line of sight of the observer that the components undergo mutual eclipses ... Algol is the best-known example of an eclipsing binary ... In the last decade, measurement of eclipsing binaries' fundamental parameters has become possible with 8 meter class telescopes ...
List Of Astronomy Acronyms - E
... E – (celestial object) Eclipsing, a binary star system with variable brightness in which the stars eclipse each other EA – (celestial object) Eclipsing Algol, a class of eclipsing ...
Epsilon Aurigae
... Epsilon Aurigae is an unusual eclipsing binary system comprising an F0 supergiant and a companion which is generally accepted to be a huge dark disk orbiting an unknown object, possibly a binary ... His work revealed that the system was an eclipsing binary variable, a star that dims when its partner obscures its light ... Epsilon Aurigae's eclipsing companion has been subject to much debate since the object does not emit as much light as is expected for an object its size ...
Semidetached Binaries - Examples
... An example of an eclipsing binary is Epsilon Aurigae in the constellation Auriga ... The visible component belongs to the spectral class F0, the other (eclipsing) component is not visible ... Another eclipsing binary is Beta Lyrae, which is a semi-detached binary star system in the constellation of Lyra ...
Transiting Extrasolar Planets - Other Possible Methods - Eclipsing Binary Minima Timing
... each other in their orbits, the system is called an "eclipsing binary" star system ... Eclipsing timing method allows the detection of planets further away from host star than transit method ...