Pulsations of Three Rapidly Oscillating Ap Stars TIC 96315731, TIC 72392575, and TIC 318007796
Abstract
We analyze the frequencies of three known roAp stars, TIC 96315731, TIC 72392575, and TIC 318007796, using the light curves from the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite. For TIC 96315731, the rotational and pulsational frequencies are 0.1498360 day^{‑1} and 165.2609 day^{‑1}, respectively. In the case of TIC 72392575, the rotational frequency is 0.25551 day^{‑1}. We detect a quintuplet of pulsation frequencies with a center frequency of 135.9233 day^{‑1}, along with two signals within the second pair of rotational sidelobes of the quintuplet separated by the rotation frequency. These two signals may correspond to the frequencies of a dipole mode. In TIC 318007796, the rotational and pulsational frequencies are 0.2475021 day^{‑1}, 192.73995 day^{‑1}, and 196.33065 day^{‑1}, respectively. Based on the oblique pulsator model, we calculate the rotation inclination and magnetic obliquity angle for the stars, which provide the geometry of the pulsation modes. Combining the phases of the frequency quintuplets, the pulsation amplitude and phase modulation curves, and the results of spherical harmonic decomposition, we conclude that the pulsation modes of frequency quintuplets in TIC 96315731, TIC 72392575, and TIC 318007796 correspond to distorted dipole mode, distorted quadrupole mode, and distorted dipole mode, respectively.
 Publication:

Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics
 Pub Date:
 August 2024
 DOI:
 10.1088/16744527/ad621d
 arXiv:
 arXiv:2407.16453
 Bibcode:
 2024RAA....24h5014Z
 Keywords:

 asteroseismology;
 techniques: photometric;
 stars: oscillations (including pulsations);
 stars: chemically peculiar;
 Astrophysics  Solar and Stellar Astrophysics