recurrent nova

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recurrent nova

recurrent nova

New binary parameters for the symbiotic recurrent nova T Coronae Borealis

On the Possibility of V4444 Sgr as a Recurrent Nova

CI Aquilae :A recurrent nova with an unusually long plateau phase

High-speed photometry of the recurrent nova IM Normae

The symbiotic binary system RX Puppis: a possible recurrent nova with a Mira companion

Active phases and flickering of a symbiotic recurrent nova T CrB

Near-infrared spectral evolution of the 2011 outburst of recurrent nova T Pyxidis

Optical flickering of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi: amplitude–flux relation

The recurrent nova RS Oph: simultaneous B- and V- band observationsof the flickering variability

Near-infrared H- and K-band studies of the 2006 outburst of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi

Low-Resolution Spectroscopy of the Recurrent Nova T Pyxidis at its Early Stage of the 2011 Outburst

The Recurrent Nova U Scorpii in the 1999 Outburst: the First Detection of a Significant Orbital-Period Change

Thomson scattering and collisional ionization in the X-ray grating spectra of the recurrent nova U Scorpii

Changes in the red giant and dusty environment of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi following the 2006 eruption

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A cataclysmic binary that has undergone repeated outbursts similar to those found in novae. Five or six stars are assigned to this class but only two, T Coronae Borealis (the Blaze Star) and RS Ophiuchi have much in common, giant secondaries and long orbital periods (227.6 and 230 days respectively). These two stars appear to be similar to an RR Telescopii star or symbiotic nova.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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