Basic parameters and mass estimates.
|OGLE-LMC-ACEP-001||F||0.85||7.86 ± 0.48||0.891 ± 0.016||1.023 ± 0.029||0||0||ok|
|OGLE-LMC-ACEP-002||F||0.98||9.32 ± 0.56||1.127 ± 0.022||1.314 ± 0.045||0||0||ok|
|OGLE-LMC-ACEP-003||1O||0.51||5.94 ± 0.43||0.925 ± 0.020||1.063 ± 0.041||0||0||ok|
|OGLE-LMC-ACEP-004||F||1.86||13.12 ± 2.99||1.091 ± 0.202||1.202 ± 0.383||0||0||OK|
|OGLE-LMC-ACEP-005||F||0.93||8.53 ± 0.50||0.960 ± 0.017||1.106 ± 0.032||0||0||ok|
Notes. This table contains the OGLE name, the type (F or 1O for the ACs, and BLHer, WVIR, pWVir, or RVTau for the T2C), the period (from OGLE), the radius with error bar derived from the luminosity and effective temperature given in GJ17, the mass estimates and error bars based on the Cepheid and RRL pulsation models (Eqs. (5) and (6)). For reference it is also indicated if the star has an IR excess (Dusty = 1) or is a known binary (Binary = 1). If the two mass estimates agree within 3× the combined error bars the last column has an “OK” listed, and otherwise, if the two mass estimates still agree within 15% (without considering the errors) the last column has an “ok” listed. The table is available in electronic form at the CDS. The first five entries are shown for guidance regarding its form and content.
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