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A photometric study of the eclipsing symbiotic binary AR Pavonis

A Photometric Study of the Near-Contact Binary WY Tauri

Photometric Study of the Binary System V397 Cephei

A photometric study of the contact binaries V523 Cas and TY UMa

A New Photometric Study for the Weak-Contact Binary V700 Cygni

New Photometric Investigation of the G-Type Contact Binary GSC 0763-0572

A Multicolour Photometric Study for the W Ursae Majoris Type Binary LR Camelopardalis

Photometric study and period variation investigation of the W UMa-type binary EQ UMa

Apsidal Motion and Photometric Elements of the Eccentric Eclipsing Binary V401 Lacertae

CCD Photometric Study of the Contact Binary TX Cnc in the Young Open Cluster NGC 2632

Photometric variability of candidate white dwarf binary systems from Palomar Transient Factory archival data

OMC/INTEGRAL photometric observations of pulsating components in eclipsing binaries and characterization of DY Aqr

Long-term photometric study of the W UMa binary star V523 Cas

Astrometric and photometric measurements of binary stars with adaptive optics: observations from 2002

Photometric mode identification methods of non-radial pulsations in eclipsing binaries – I. Dynamic eclipse mapping

FM stars II: a Fourier view of pulsating binary stars – determining binary orbital parameters photometrically for highly eccentric cases

Correlated V/R and infrared photometric variations in the Be/X-ray binary LS I +61° 235/RX J0146.9+6121

A photometric study of the field around the candidate recoiling/binary black hole SDSS J092712.65+294344.0

 

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A binary star whose duplexity is detectable because it is variable in brightness, with a light-curve that has certain specific characteristics. See eclipsing binary; ellipsoidal variable; reflection variable.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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