CAOSP abstracts, Volume: 50, No.: 2, year: 2020

Abstract: HD 66051 (V414 Pup) is an eclipsing and spectroscopic double-lined binary, hosting two chemically peculiar stars: a highly peculiar B star as primary and an Am star as secondary. It also shows out-of-eclipse variability that is due to chemical spots. Using a set of high-resolution spectropolarimetric observations, a weak magnetic field on the primary was found. The investigation of the new high-resolution UVES spectrum of HD 66051 allowed us to decide on the chemical peculiarity type of both components with more reliability.

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