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Paper: Multiwavelength Studies of Five Chromospherically Active Stars
Volume: 362, The Seventh Pacific Rim Conference on Stellar Astrophysics
Page: 74
Authors: Pandey, J.C.; Singh, K.P.; Sagar, R.; Drake, S.A.
Abstract: We present a multiwavelength study of five chromospherically active stars, including newly obtained optical photometry, low-resolution optical spectroscopy, as well as archival X-ray observations. The bulk of the optical, X-ray, and kinematical data indicate that the stars FR Cnc, HD 95559, HD 160934 and LO Peg are all active, young stars of 100 Myrs or less, whose activity levels are primarily due to their youth. All the photometric, spectroscopic and X-ray observations suggest that the star HD 81032 is a newly identified, evolved RS CVn-type binary.
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