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Fig. 7


Best light curve fit for PHOEBE model 1 of eclipsing binary assuming primary has mass consistent with K5V star, and secondary is massive enough to burn hydrogen (i = 44°, q = 0.11, M1 = 0.73  M, M2 = 0.08  M). Binned input SuperWASP light curve shown with diamonds and uncertainty bars; fit with dotted line.

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