Photometric analysis of the chromospherically active giant star HD 86005
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Photometric data, covering a span of two and a half years, have been analysed for the chromospherically active giant star HD 86005. It was found to undergo light variations and a photometric period of 89.0 ± 0.3 days was determined. Evidence suggests that these brightness variations are due to the rotation of unevenly distributed starspots.
Key wordschromospheric activity late type giant starspots HD 86005
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