BG Ind is a well studied, bright, nearby binary consisting of a pair of F stars in a 1.46-day orbit. We have discovered in the TESS
lightcurve for TIC 229804573 (aka BG Ind) a second eclipsing binary in
the system with a 0.53-day. Our subsequent analyses of the recent TESS
and archival ground-based photometric and radial velocity data, reveal
that the two binaries are gravitationally bound in a 721-day period,
moderately eccentric orbit. We present the results of a joint
spectro-photodynamical analysis of the eclipse timing variation curves
of both binaries based on TESS and ground-based archival data, the TESS
lightcurve, archival radial velocity data and the spectral energy
distribution, coupled with the use of PARSEC stellar isochrones. We
confirm prior studies of BG Ind which found that the brighter binary A
consists of slightly evolved F-type stars with refined masses of 1.32
and 1.43 M⊙, and radii of 1.59 and 2.34 R⊙. The previously unknown binary B has two less massive stars of 0.69 and 0.64 M⊙ and radii of 0.64 and 0.61 R⊙.
Based on a number of different arguments which we discuss, we conclude
that the three orbital planes are likely aligned to within 17○.