EDP Sciences
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A&A
Volume 583, November 2015
Article Number A74
Number of page(s) 15
Section Stellar structure and evolution
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201526469
Published online 29 October 2015

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Appendix A: Figures of the other stars

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 7799349 by groups of nine peaks in the low-frequency range (p-modes).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 7799349 in the high-frequency range (pseudo-modes).

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Consecutive frequency differences (KIC 7799349); that is, the separations between the fitted peaks for NAvPSD. Two levels are shown: one around Δν/ 2, corresponding to p-modes (blue dashed line with a weighted mean of 16.64 ± 0.09 μHz), and other around Δν, corresponding to pseudo-modes (blue dotted line with a weighted mean of 35.23 ± 1.52 μHz). The red symbol is the estimate of the acoustic cut-off frequency (895.47 ± 15.38 μHz).

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Fitted (red line) NavPSD of KIC 7940546 by groups of five peaks in the low-frequency range (p-modes).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 7940546 in the high-frequency range (pseudo-modes).

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Consecutive frequency differences (KIC 7940546), that is, the separations between the fitted peaks for NAvPSD. Two levels are shown: one around Δν/ 2, corresponding to p-modes (blue dashed line with a weighted mean of 29.50 ± 0.07 μHz), and other around Δν, corresponding to pseudo-modes (blue dotted line with a weighted mean of 45.71 ± 2.12 μHz). The red symbol is the estimate of the acoustic cut-off frequency (1940.59 ± 20.71 μHz).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 9812850 by groups of four peaks in the low-frequency range (p-modes).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 9812850 in the high-frequency range (pseudo-modes).

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Consecutive frequency differences (KIC 9812850); that is, the separations between the fitted peaks for NAvPSD. Two levels are shown: one around Δν/ 2, corresponding to p-modes (blue dashed line with a weighted mean of 32.53 ± 0.12 μHz), and other around Δν, corresponding to pseudo-modes (blue dotted line with a weighted mean of 58.13 ± 2.39 μHz). The red symbol is the estimate of the acoustic cut-off frequency (1898.08 ± 24.29 μHz).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 11244118 by groups of five peaks in the low-frequency range (p-modes).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 11244118 in the high-frequency range (pseudo-modes).

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Consecutive frequency differences (KIC 11244118); that is, the separations between the fitted peaks for NAvPSD. Two levels are shown: one around Δν/ 2, corresponding to p-modes (blue dashed line with a weighted mean of 35.54 ± 0.08 μHz), and other around Δν, corresponding to pseudo-modes (blue dotted line with a weighted mean of 61.02 ± 2.19 μHz). The red symbol is the estimation of the acoustic cut-off frequency (1968.69 ± 21.48 μHz).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 11717120 by groups of sixteen peaks in the low-frequency range (p-modes).

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Fitted (red line) NAvPSD of KIC 11717120 in the high-frequency range (pseudo-modes).

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thumbnail Fig. A.15

Consecutive frequency differences (KIC 11717120); that is, the separations between the fitted peaks for NAvPSD. Two levels are shown: one around Δν/ 2, corresponding to p-modes (blue dashed line with a weighted mean of 16.71 ± 0.09 μHz), and other around Δν, corresponding to pseudo-modes (blue dotted line with a weighted mean of 29.85 ± 0.66 μHz). The red symbol is the estimation of the acoustic cut-off frequency (958.38 ± 11.56 μHz).

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