- Table 1:
Orbital parameters for single-lined systems.
Columns 2-9: Parameters of the orbital solution. P: revised period,
(OGLE): epoch of the transit (fixed),
original OGLE period, :
epoch of periastron, w: omega angle, K: orbital semi-amplitude, V0: systemic velocity, e: eccentricity. Column 10: projected rotation velocity from the cross-correlation function.
- Table 2:
Rotation velocity and radius estimates for primary and secondary components of single-lined suspected binaries without orbits. N: number of spectra; v sin i: projected rotational velocity of the primary; R and r: radius of the eclipsed and eclipsing bodies respectively.
- Table 3:
Orbital elements and rotation velocities for double-lined and triple-lined systems. Column 2: system components. By convention the eclipsing components are always "a'' and "b''. Columns 3-7: Parameters of the orbital solution. P: revised period,
epoch of the transits (fixed),
original OGLE period, K: orbital semi-amplitude, V0: systemic velocity. The eccentricity was fixed to zero in all cases except for the second system ("cd'') of OGLE-TR-112, where
Column 8: rotation velocity from the cross-correlation function.
- Table 4:
Number of measurements and rotation velocity for double-lined and triple-lined systems without orbital solution. Column 5 indicates the implied radius in case of synchronised rotation. Uncertainties on the v sin i are of the order of 10 percent. When indicated, the orbital period is twice the OGLE period.
- Table 5:
Data for objects with no significant orbital signal in phase with the transits. N: number of measurements, v sin i: projected rotation velocity,
mean radial velocity uncertainty, rms: dispersion of radial velocity residuals, :
upper limit on the mass of a transiting companion. In the case of OGLE-TR-124, the secular drift has been substracted.
- Table 6:
Data for objects with no detected signal in the CCF. N: number of measurements,
rms of the CCF continuum, :
signal-to-noise ratio of the spectrum,
minimum projected rotation velocity compatible with the absence of CCF signal for a single, late-type star.
- Table 7:
Results of the lightcurve+spectroscopy solution for all objects in our sample. R,r,M,m: radii and masses of the primary and secondary. i: orbital inclination. The last column summarizes the nature of the system, with a number referring to the section where each case is treated. Question marks and brackets denote cases where the resolution is only tentative, colons (":") the values with high uncertainties.
- Table 8:
Radial velocity measurements (in the barycentric frame) and CCF parameters.
Labels a, b and c indicate that several components are present in the CCF.