In this news article, it says

The image captured by the telescope at the Calar Alto Observatory in southern Spain, reveal the physical properties of each of the stars including temperature and shape.

I Googled to see the actual image but unfortunately all are graphical images.So can I see the actual image as captured by the Calar Alto Observatory?


The work on the recent paper was done using spectra and light curves, not via direct imaging. There may not be a good image to view. I checked the Hubble Legacy Archive and could not find a Hubble image of the object.

  • $\begingroup$ Fig. 6 is a "representative" drawing, but I think you're right that there's no direct imaging. $\endgroup$ – Warrick Dec 12 '14 at 20:38

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