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Table 5

Potentials and inclination angle for the six solutions for ASAS-21 each with a different spot configuration.

No. Config. Ω1  ±  Ω2  ±  i [°]  ± 

1 2bn-1bn 5.365 0.039 5.496 0.027 88.66 0.7
2 1be-1bn 5.290 0.051 5.587 0.058 87.43 0.4
3 1be-2be 5.434 0.041 5.705 0.048 87.29 0.3
4 2bn-2be 5.409 0.037 5.533 0.045 87.39 0.7
5 1be-1c 5.333 0.067 5.617 0.070 88.17 0.8
6 1be-2c 5.316 0.041 5.707 0.051 86.99 0.3
Adopted 5.368 0.078 5.572 0.135 87.35 1.31

Notes. The last line is for the weighted averages and their uncertainties adopted for the base solution of ASAS-21. The name of the configuration encodes the character and localization of the spots. The first part (3 characters) describes the spot responsible for the brightening around φ ~ 0.1 and the second (2 or 3 characters) – for the maximum around φ ~ 0.5. Digit “1” means the spot is on the primary, and “2” – on the secondary; “b” stands for bright spots, “c” for cold; “e” stands for an eclipsed spot, “n” for non-eclipsed (visible during an eclipse).

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