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A&A
Volume 536, December 2011
Article Number A82
Number of page(s) 15
Section Stellar structure and evolution
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201116802
Published online 13 December 2011

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Appendix A: Light curves and frequency spectra of B8/B9 stars observed with CoRoT

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Excerpt of the CoRoT light curve of HD 181440, showing multiperiodic variability (grey line shows a fit to the light curve, black dots represent to CoRoT data).

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Frequency spectrum of the CoRoT light curve of HD 181440 above 0.1 d-1 (black). The significant frequencies and fitted amplitudes above 10 ppm are indicated in grey.

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Excerpt of the CoRoT light curve of HD 182198, with only one clear clear frequency (grey line shows a fit to the light curve, black dots represent to CoRoT data).

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Frequency spectrum of the CoRoT light curve of HD 182198 above 0.1 d-1 (black). The significant frequencies and fitted amplitudes above 10 ppm are indicated in grey.

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Excerpt of the CoRoT light curve of HD 49677, with only one clear frequency detected (grey line shows a fit to the light curve, black dots represent to CoRoT data).

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Frequency spectrum of the CoRoT light curve of HD 49677 above 0.1 d-1 (black). The significant frequencies with amplitudes above 10 ppm are indicated in grey.

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Excerpt of the CoRoT light curve of HD 46179. No clear signs of variability are detected (grey line shows a fit to the light curve, black dots represent to CoRoT data).

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Frequency spectrum of the CoRoT light curve of HD 46179 above 0.1 d-1 (black). The significant frequencies with amplitudes above 10 ppm are indicated in grey.

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