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dwarf variable

Brown dwarfs and the cataclysmic variable period minimum

A search for brown dwarf like secondaries in cataclysmic variables – II

GD 552: a cataclysmic variable with a brown dwarf companion?

A search for brown dwarf like secondaries in cataclysmic variables

BF Eridani: a cataclysmic variable with a massive white dwarf and an evolved secondary

“Huruhata's Variable” Revealed: The WZ Sge-Type Dwarf Nova EG Cancri

The effects of element diffusion on the pulsational properties of variable DA white dwarf stars

Dwarf nova oscillations and quasi-periodic oscillations in cataclysmic variables – I. Observations of VW Hyi

Dwarf nova oscillations and quasi-periodic oscillations in cataclysmic variables – VII. OY Carinae and oscillations in dwarf novae in quiescence

SDSS J150722.30+523039.8: a cataclysmic variable formed directly from a detached white dwarf/brown dwarf binary?

Infrared spectroscopy of cataclysmic variables — III. Dwarf novae below the period gap and nova-like variables

Dwarf nova oscillations and quasi-periodic oscillations in cataclysmic variables – V. Results from an extensive survey

Dwarf nova oscillations and quasi-periodic oscillations in cataclysmic variables – IV. Observations of frequency doubling and tripling in VW Hyi

Variable stars in the Cetus dwarf spheroidal galaxy: population gradients and connections with the star formation history*

Dwarf nova oscillations and quasi-periodic oscillations in cataclysmic variables – VIII. VW Hyi in outburst observed with the Southern African Large Telescope*

Curious Variables Experiment: SDSS J210014.12+004446.0 – dwarf nova with negative and positive superhumps

Dwarf nova oscillations and quasi-periodic oscillations in cataclysmic variables – VI. Spin rates, propellering and coherence

QZ Aurigae: An eclipsing cataclysmic variable with a white dwarf of almost equivalent mass to its companion

 

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An obsolescent term for any low-luminosity variable star. It was generally used for various forms of irregular variable (particularly for T Tauri stars), flare star, flash star, or dwarf nova.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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