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Fig. 9


Amplitude spectrum of the red (left panels) and blue (right panels) BRITE light curves after removing rotational variability and instrumental effects. The top panels show amplitude spectra of the data, while the bottom panels show amplitude spectra after pre-whitening of the dominant pulsation mode near ~2442 μHz. The sidelobes seen in the top panel correspond to the orbital frequency of the satellites. Vertical dotted lines in each panel are published WIRE frequencies by Bruntt et al. (2009), while the red horizontal lines show a spectral significance corresponding to a false-alarm probability of 10-5.46 (or S/N ~ 4).

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