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2021AJ....161..225L 50           X         1 57 ~ Search for magnetic accretion in SW Sextantis systems. LIMA I.J., RODRIGUES C.V., FERREIRA LOPES C.E., et al.
2021ApJ...907...70F 100           X         2 6 ~ Transient formation of C2 and CN in the near-maximum phase of Nova Cas 2020(= V1391 Cas). FUJII M., ARAI A. and KAWAKITA H.
2021ApJ...910...23B 50           X         1 16 ~ Constraining modified gravity from tidal phenomena in binary stars. BANERJEE P., GARAIN D., PAUL S., et al.
2021ApJ...914....5S 20       D               1 206 ~ Nova-produced common envelope: source of the nonsolar abundances and an additional frictional angular momentum loss in cataclysmic variables. SPARKS W.M. and SION E.M.
2021MNRAS.502.4658T 280     A     X         6 8 ~ X-ray observations of the nova shell IPHASX J210204.7+471015. TOALA J.A., RUBIO G., SANTAMARIA E., et al.
2021MNRAS.503..704M 100           X         2 12 ~ The precessing jets of classical nova YZ Reticuli. McLOUGHLIN D., BLUNDELL K.M., LEE S., et al.
2021MNRAS.503..953B 100           X         2 56 ~ A comparative study of the strength of flickering in cataclysmic variables. BRUCH A.
2020A&A...635A.115M 47           X         1 20 ~ The ambiguous transient ASASSN-17hx. A possible nova impostor. MASON E., SHORE S.N., KUIN P., et al.
2020A&A...639A..17W 1166     A D S   X C F     23 20 ~ XMM-Newton observations of eleven intermediate polars and possible candidates. WORPEL H., SCHWOPE A.D., TRAULSEN I., et al.
2020A&A...641A.122T 252       D     X         6 94 ~ The luminosity evolution of nova shells. I. A new analysis of old data. TAPPERT C., VOGT N., EDEROCLITE A., et al.
2020ATel13941....1F 47           X         1 3 ~ Detection of molecular absorption bands of C2 and CN in Nova Cas 2020 (= TCP J00114297+6611190). FUJII M., ARAI A. and KAWAKITA H.
2020ATel14137....1K 47           X         1 3 ~ Swift observations of SMC nova ASASSN-20ni. KUIN N.P.M., SHORE S.N. and PAGE K.L.
2020ApJ...892...60S 793     A D     X C       17 9 ~ Angular expansion of Nova shells. SANTAMARIA E., GUERRERO M.A., RAMOS-LARIOS G., et al.
2020ApJ...897...70P 467     A D S   X         10 9 ~ The spin-period history of intermediate polars. PATTERSON J., DE MIGUEL E., KEMP J., et al.
2020MNRAS.491.2217R 65       D     X         2 46 ~ A systematic study of spiral density waves in the accretion discs of cataclysmic variables. RUIZ-CARMONA R., GROOT P.J. and STEEGHS D.
2020MNRAS.492.3323S 3312 T K A D S   X C       69 30 ~ Sudden and steady orbital period changes across the classical nova eruptions of
DQ Her and BT Mon.
2020MNRAS.492.3343S 560     A D     X         13 10 ~ Sudden and steady orbital period changes across six classical Nova Eruptions: the end of hibernation and two serious challenges for the magnetic braking model of cataclysmic variable evolution. SCHAEFER B.E.
2020MNRAS.492.4298K 47           X         1 27 ~ A spectroscopic, photometric, polarimetric, and radio study of the eclipsing polar UZ Fornacis: the first simultaneous SALT and MeerKAT observations. KHANGALE Z.N., POTTER S.B., WOUDT P.A., et al.
2020MNRAS.494.4110S viz 47           X         1 5 ~ New observations of DW Cnc: where is the 38 min signal? SEGURA MONTERO O., RAMIREZ S.H. and ECHEVARRIA J.
2020MNRAS.495.4372T 3172   K A D S   X C       67 12 ~ Extended X-ray emission from the classic nova
DQ Her - on the possible presence of a magnetized jet.
2020MNRAS.496.4488H 19       D               1 277 ~ Counterparts of Far Eastern Guest Stars: Novae, supernovae, or something else? HOFFMANN S.M. and VOGT N.
2020MNRAS.498.2688N 47           X         1 13 ~ HP Cet and Swift J0820.6-2805: two candidate intermediate polars observed by XMM-Newton. NUCITA A.A., DE PAOLIS F., STRAFELLA F., et al.
2020MNRAS.499.2959H 765       D     X C       16 42 ~ Two new nova shells associated with V4362 Sagittarii and DO Aquilae. HARVEY E.J., REDMAN M.P., BOUMIS P., et al.
2019A&A...622A.186S 197       D     X         5 27 ~ A UV and optical study of 18 old novae with Gaia DR2 distances: mass accretion rates, physical parameters, and MMRD. SELVELLI P. and GILMOZZI R.
2019ApJ...872..120K 45           X         1 9 ~ High-resolution optical spectropolarimetry of nova V339 Del: spatial distribution of nova ejecta during the early phase of explosion. KAWAKITA H., SHINNAKA Y., ARAI A., et al.
2019ApJ...877...75P viz 18       D               1 216 ~ Magnetic activity and orbital period study for the short-period RS CVn-type eclipsing binary DV Psc. PI Q.-F., ZHANG L.-Y., BI S.-L., et al.
2019MNRAS.483.3773S 224           X         5 16 ~ Measuring the expansion and age of the nova shell IPHASX J210204.7 + 471015. SANTAMARIA E., GUERRERO M.A., RAMOS-LARIOS G., et al.
2019MNRAS.486.5535M 63       D     X         2 54 ~ The evolutionary status of Cataclysmic Variables: eclipse modelling of 15 systems. McALLISTER M., LITTLEFAIR S.P., PARSONS S.G., et al.
2018A&A...610A..46C 44           X         1 31 5 A universal relation for the propeller mechanisms in magnetic rotating stars at different scales. CAMPANA S., STELLA L., MEREGHETTI S., et al.
2018A&A...611A...3H 392           X         9 14 1 Polarimetry and spectroscopy of the "oxygen flaring" DQ Herculis-like nova: V5668 Sagittarii (2015). HARVEY E.J., REDMAN M.P., DARNLEY M.J., et al.
2018A&A...617A..16S viz 44           X         1 3 1 Catching VY Sculptoris in a low state. SCHMIDTOBREICK L., MASON E., HOWELL S.B., et al.
2018A&A...617A..26D 61       D     X         2 135 2 Testing the disk instability model of cataclysmic variables. DUBUS G., OTULAKOWSKA-HYPKA M. and LASOTA J.-P.
2018A&A...617A..52W 44           X         1 12 1 V902 Monocerotis: A likely disc-accreting intermediate polar. WORPEL H., SCHWOPE A.D., TRAULSEN I., et al.
2018A&A...619A.104S 218           X         5 20 ~ Spectroscopic diagnostics of dust formation and evolution in classical nova ejecta. SHORE S.N., KUIN N.P., MASON E., et al.
2018ApJ...855...55S 44           X         1 21 4 The MAVERIC survey: a red straggler binary with an invisible companion in the Galactic globular cluster M10. SHISHKOVSKY L., STRADER J., CHOMIUK L., et al.
2018ApJ...860..110S 192       D     X         5 97 ~ The masses and accretion rates of white dwarfs in classical and recurrent novae. SHARA M.M., PRIALNIK D., HILLMAN Y., et al.
2018MNRAS.473..355T 44           X         1 16 1 3D photoionization models of nova V723 Cas. TAKEDA L., DIAZ M., CAMPBELL R., et al.
2018MNRAS.476.4162O 17       D               1 296 1 A new catalogue of Galactic novae: investigation of the MMRD relation and spatial distribution. OZDONMEZ A., EGE E., GUVER T., et al.
2018MNRAS.477.4035Z 44           X         1 15 ~ A long serendipitous XMM-Newton observation of the intermediate polar XY Ari1. ZENGIN CAMURDAN D., BALMAN S. and BURWITZ V.
2018MNRAS.479..341P 87           X         2 9 ~ Asynchronous polar V1500 Cyg: orbital, spin, and beat periods. PAVLENKO E.P., MASON P.A., SOSNOVSKIJ A.A., et al.
2018MNRAS.480..572A 44           X         1 30 1 Multiwavelength observations of V407 Lupi (ASASSN-16kt) - a very fast nova erupting in an intermediate polar. AYDI E., ORIO M., BEARDMORE A.P., et al.
2018MNRAS.481.3033S 148       D     X         4 96 ~ The distances to Novae as seen by Gaia. SCHAEFER B.E.
2017A&A...604A.107R 43           X         1 21 8 Distances of cataclysmic variables and related objects derived from Gaia Data Release 1. RAMSAY G., SCHREIBER M.R., GANSICKE B.T., et al.
2017AJ....153...74K 128           X         3 10 2 Mid-infrared spectroscopic observations of the dust-forming classical nova V2676 Oph. KAWAKITA H., OOTSUBO T., ARAI A., et al.
2017AJ....154..252B viz 187       D     X         5 138 1 A Jansky VLA survey of magnetic cataclysmic variable stars. I. The data. BARRETT P.E., DIECK C., BEASLEY A.J., et al.
2017ApJ...834..196S viz 17       D               3 244 15 The Galactic nova rate revisited. SHAFTER A.W.
2017ApJ...841...79R 43           X         1 5 1 The spectrum of SS 433 in the H and K bands. ROBINSON E.L., FRONING C.S., JAFFE D.T., et al.
2017ApJ...846...52G 17       D               1 110 4 Modifying the standard disk model for the Ultraviolet spectral analysis of disk-dominated cataclysmic variables. I. The novalikes MV Lyrae, BZ Camelopardalis, and V592 Cassiopeiae. GODON P., SION E.M., BALMAN S., et al.
2017ApJ...851..143T 43           X         1 6 4 A model for AR Scorpii: emission from relativistic electrons trapped by closed magnetic field lines of magnetic white dwarfs. TAKATA J., YANG H. and CHENG K.S.
2017ApJ...851L..30J 85           X         2 15 1 Nova Ophiuchus 2017 as a probe of 13C nucleosynthesis and carbon monoxide formation and destruction in classical novae. JOSHI V., BANERJEE D.P.K. and SRIVASTAVA M.
2017MNRAS.466..129J 85           X         2 16 5 CXOGBS J174954.5-294335: a new deeply eclipsing intermediate polar. JOHNSON C.B., TORRES M.A.P., HYNES R.I., et al.
2017MNRAS.466.2202K 43           X         1 23 2 XMM-Newton observations of the peculiar cataclysmic variable Lanning 386: X-ray evidence for a magnetic primary. KENNEDY M.R., CALLANAN P., GARNAVICH P.M., et al.
2017MNRAS.467..428D 17       D               1 31 1 Superhumps and spin-period variations in the intermediate polar RX J2133.7+5107. DE MIGUEL E., PATTERSON J., JONES J.L., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.2797O 85           X         2 7 ~ An eLIMA model for the 67 s X-ray periodicity in CAL 83. ODENDAAL A. and MEINTJES P.J.
2017MNRAS.469.1314D 43           X         1 15 7 Radiative shocks create environments for dust formation in classical novae. DERDZINSKI A.M., METZGER B.D. and LAZZATI D.
2017MNRAS.469.4116V 85           X         2 15 2 Accurate pre- and post-eruption orbital periods for the dwarf/classical nova V1017 Sgr. VARGAS-SALAZAR I., LEBLEU A., SCHAEFER B.E., et al.
2017MNRAS.470.4815B 85           X         2 38 5 Broad-band characteristics of seven new hard X-ray selected cataclysmic variables. BERNARDINI F., DE MARTINO D., MUKAI K., et al.
2017NatAs...1...29B 6 ~ Polarimetric evidence of a white dwarf pulsar in the binary system AR Scorpii. BUCKLEY D.A.H., MEINTJES P.J., POTTER S.B., et al.
2017PASJ...69...28L 43           X         1 9 1 A possible giant planet orbiting the cataclysmic variable LX Ser. LI K., HU S., ZHOU J., et al.
2017PASP..129a2001B 17       D               1 110 12 Astrometry with Hubble Space Telescope Fine Guidance sensors-a review. BENEDICT G.F., McARTHUR B.E., NELAN E.P., et al.
2017PASP..129h.201P 170           X         4 7 ~ Robert Paul Kraft (1927-2015). PILACHOWSKI C.A., CARBON D.F., FRIEL E., et al.
2017RAA....17...10W 43           X         1 14 3 An investigation of a magnetic cataclysmic variable with a period of 14.1 ks. WANG S., BAI Y., ZHANG C.-P., et al.
2016A&A...590A.123S 43           X         1 6 7 The panchromatic spectroscopic evolution of the classical CO nova V339 Delphini (Nova Del 2013) until X-ray turnoff. SHORE S.N., MASON E., SCHWARZ G.J., et al.
2016A&A...593A..54J 42           X         1 9 5 Synthesis of C-rich dust in CO nova outbursts. JOSE J., HALABI G.M. and EL EID M.F.
2016A&A...596A..49B viz 17       D               1 1817 2 A database of synthetic photometry in the GALEX ultraviolet bands for the stellar sources observed with the International Ultraviolet Explorer. BEITIA-ANTERO L. and GOMEZ DE CASTRO A.I.
2016ARep...60....1B 84           X         2 50 21 Scientific problems addressed by the Spektr-UV Space Project (World Space Observatory-Ultraviolet) BOYARCHUK A.A., SHUSTOV B.M., SAVANOV I.S., et al.
2016ARep...60...87F 42           X         1 6 3 Formation and evolution of inclined accretion disks in intermediate polars FATEEVA A.M., ZHILKIN A.G. and BISIKALO D.V.
2016ARep...60..461T 42           X         1 59 ~ The evolution of close binary stars. TUTUKOV A.V. and CHEREPASHCHUK A.M.
2016ApJ...816...26H 59       D     X         2 54 16 Light-curve analysis of neon novae. HACHISU I. and KATO M.
2016ApJ...821...14M 42           X         1 9 2 Constraining the angular momentum evolution of V455 Andromedae. MUKADAM A.S., PYRZAS S., TOWNSLEY D.M., et al.
2016ApJ...830...56J 42           X         1 21 4 PALOMA: a magnetic CV between polars and intermediate polars. JOSHI A., PANDEY J.C., SINGH K.P., et al.
2016ApJ...833...83K 42           X         1 16 15 Evolution of cataclysmic variables and related binaries containing a white dwarf. KALOMENI B., NELSON L., RAPPAPORT S., et al.
2016ApJS..223...21H 393       D     X C       9 53 13 The UBV color evolution of classical novae. II. Color-magnitude diagram. HACHISU I. and KATO M.
2016MNRAS.457..887W 43           X         1 18 20 Non-thermal radio emission from colliding flows in classical nova V1723 Aql. WESTON J.H.S., SOKOLOSKI J.L., METZGER B.D., et al.
2016MNRAS.459.4161H 42           X         1 8 6 The apparent synchronization of V1500 Cygni. HARRISON T.E. and CAMPBELL R.K.
2016MNRAS.461.1177O 17       D               1 159 10 The distances of the Galactic novae. OZDONMEZ A., GUVER T., CABRERA-LAVERS A., et al.
2016PASJ...68...87K 293           X         7 5 2 The evolution of photospheric temperature in nova V2676 Oph toward the formation of C2 and CN during its near-maximum phase . KAWAKITA H., ARAI A. and FUJII M.
2015ARep...59..873D 1 ~ BVRI photometry of DQ Herculis in 2014. DMITRIENKO E.S., IBRAGIMOV M.A., SAVANOV I.S., et al.
2015ApJ...798...76H 577     A D     X C       14 20 21 A light curve analysis of classical novae: free-free emission versus photospheric emission. HACHISU I. and KATO M.
2015ApJ...807...61Z 41           X         1 11 8 Suzaku observation of the classical nova V2491 Cyg in quiescence. ZEMKO P., MUKAI K. and ORIO M.
2015ApJ...808...80C 140       D     X         4 59 21 A FWHM-K2 correlation in black hole transients. CASARES J.
2015ApJ...809..160F 1 14 14 Distance and reddening of the enigmatic gamma-ray-detected nova V1324 Sco. FINZELL T., CHOMIUK L., MUNARI U., et al.
2015ApJ...812...40G viz 16       D               2 38 19 Adiabatic mass loss in binary stars. II. From zero-age main sequence to the base of the giant branch. GE H., WEBBINK R.F., CHEN X., et al.
2015MNRAS.450..943T 41           X         1 19 3 Life after eruption - V. Spectroscopy of eight candidate old novae with Gemini-South. TAPPERT C., VOGT N., SCHMIDTOBREICK L., et al.
2015MNRAS.451.2863S 716       D S   X   F     16 104 6 Searching for nova shells around cataclysmic variables. SAHMAN D.I., DHILLON V.S., KNIGGE C., et al.
2015MNRAS.451.3801C 41           X         1 27 18 Novalike cataclysmic variables are significant radio emitters. COPPEJANS D.L., KORDING E.G., MILLER-JONES J.C.A., et al.
2015MNRAS.453.3918M 41           X         1 56 30 Deep radio imaging of 47 Tuc identifies the peculiar X-ray source X9 as a new black hole candidate. MILLER-JONES J.C.A., STRADER J., HEINKE C.O., et al.
2015PASJ...67...17K 166           X         4 2 2 Formation of C2 and CN in nova V2676 Oph around its visual brightness maximum. KAWAKITA H., FUJII M., NAGASHIMA M., et al.
2014A&A...566A.101B viz 81           X         2 20 12 Long-term photometry of the eclipsing dwarf nova V893 Scorpii. Orbital period, oscillations, and a possible giant planet. BRUCH A.
2014AJ....147..105H viz 41           X         1 3 2 The 1991-2012 light curve of the old nova HR Lyrae. HONEYCUTT R.K., SHEARS J., KAFKA S., et al.
2014AJ....147..107S 82           X         2 15 16 A detailed photometric and spectroscopic study of the 2011 outburst of the recurrent nova T Pyxidis from 0.8 to 250 days after discovery. SURINA F., HOUNSELL R.A., BODE M.F., et al.
2014AJ....148..108B 16       D               1 129 5 A technique to derive improved proper motions for Kepler Objects of Interest. BENEDICT G.F., TANNER A.M., CARGILE P.A., et al.
2014ApJ...780L..26N 325           X         8 11 4 The transient molecular envelope in the outflow of the nova V2676 Oph during its early phase. NAGASHIMA M., ARAI A., KAJIKAWA T., et al.
2014ApJ...782....3K 44           X         1 3 10 NuSTAR and Swift observations of the fast rotating magnetized white dwarf AE Aquarii. KITAGUCHI T., AN H., BELOBORODOV A.M., et al.
2014ApJ...785...97H 528           X C       12 55 24 The UBV color evolution of classical novae. I. Nova-giant sequence in the color-color diagram. HACHISU I. and KATO M.
2014ApJ...788..164P viz 16       D               1 264 33 Identifying and quantifying recurrent novae masquerading as classical novae. PAGNOTTA A. and SCHAEFER B.E.
2014MNRAS.437.2948O 41           X         1 12 7 Optical and X-ray properties of CAL 83 - II. An X-ray pulsation at ∼ 67s. ODENDAAL A., MEINTJES P.J., CHARLES P.A., et al.
2014MNRAS.440.3402M viz 122           X         3 14 6 Study of three 2013 novae: V1830 Aql, V556 Ser and V809 Cep. MUNARI U., OCHNER P., DALLAPORTA S., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.1683E 463       D S   X C       10 86 5 A WISE view of novae - I. The data. EVANS A., GEHRZ R.D., WOODWARD C.E., et al.
2013A&A...560A..49S viz 819       D     X C       20 22 6 An archive study of 18 old novae. I. The UV spectra. SELVELLI P. and GILMOZZI R.
2013AJ....146...37H 257       D     X         7 104 7 Phase-resolved infrared spectroscopy and photometry of V1500 Cygni, and a search for similar old classical novae. HARRISON T.E., CAMPBELL R.D. and LYKE J.E.
2013ARep...57..327B 1 6 8 A possible mechanism for the formation of tilted disks in intermediate polars. BISIKALO D.V., ZHILKIN A.G., KAYGORODOV P.V., et al.
2013ApJ...767....7H 1648   K A D S   X C       40 9 25 Hubble space telescope fine guidance sensor parallaxes for four classical novae. HARRISON T.E., BORNAK J., McARTHUR B.E., et al.
2013ApJ...769..120B 41           X         1 11 12 Identification of five interacting binaries in the Galactic Bulge survey. BRITT C.T., TORRES M.A.P., HYNES R.I., et al.
2013ApJ...772..116S 41           X         1 4 5 Multiwavelength photometry and Hubble space telescope spectroscopy of the old nova V842 Centaurus. SION E.M., SZKODY P., MUKADAM A., et al.
2013MNRAS.428.3559D 40           X         1 17 13 The SW Sex enigma. DHILLON V.S., SMITH D.A. and MARSH T.R.
2013MNRAS.429.3433B 306     A     X         8 11 12 Remarkable spectral variability on the spin period of the accreting white dwarf in V455 And. BLOEMEN S., STEEGHS D., DE SMEDT K., et al.
2013MNRAS.430..599S 121       S   X         2 9 15 Electron temperatures and free-electron energy distributions of nebulae from C II dielectronic recombination lines. STOREY P.J. and SOCHI T.
2013MNRAS.431...92T 80           X         2 19 11 Life after eruption - II. The eclipsing old nova V728 Scorpii. TAPPERT C., VOGT N., SCHMIDTOBREICK L., et al.
2013MNRAS.432.2596N 80           X         2 13 6 Steps towards a solution of the FS Aurigae puzzle - II. Confirmation of the intermediate polar status. NEUSTROEV V.V., TOVMASSIAN G.H., ZHARIKOV S.V., et al.
2013MNRAS.433.3048K 46           X         1 4 26 Analytical hotspot shapes and magnetospheric radius from 3D simulations of magnetospheric accretion. KULKARNI A.K. and ROMANOVA M.M.
2013MNRAS.436..212M 16       D               1 9 3 On the nature of CP Pup. MASON E., ORIO M., MUKAI K., et al.
2013NewA...22....7A 16       D               1 160 5 Population types of cataclysmic variables in the solar neighbourhood. AK T., BILIR S., GUVER T., et al.
2012A&A...539A..94B viz 119           X         3 9 8 The old nova CP Puppis: a carbon nova and asynchronous polar? BIANCHINI A., SAYGAC T., ORIO M., et al.
2012A&A...539A.153P 16       D               1 25 4 Period changes of the long-period cataclysmic binary EX Draconis. PILARCIK L., WOLF M., DUBOVSKY P.A., et al.
2012ApJ...746...61D 95       D     X         3 46 54 On the progenitors of galactic novae. DARNLEY M.J., RIBEIRO V.A.R.M., BODE M.F., et al.
2012ApJ...751...99T 40           X         1 9 7 DASCH discovery of a possible nova-like outburst in a peculiar symbiotic binary. TANG S., GRINDLAY J.E., MOE M., et al.
2012ApJ...756..107S 41           X         1 6 22 The inter-eruption timescale of classical novae from expansion of the z Camelopardalis shell. SHARA M.M., MIZUSAWA T., ZUREK D., et al.
2012ApJ...758...79A 318           X C       7 44 9 IPHAS J062746.41+014811.3: a deeply eclipsing intermediate polar. AUNGWEROJWIT A., GANSICKE B.T., WHEATLEY P.J., et al.
2012ApJ...758..121S 41           X         1 12 34 AT Cnc: a second dwarf nova with a classical nova shell. SHARA M.M., MIZUSAWA T., WEHINGER P., et al.
2012ApJS..199....7F 254       D     X C F     5 99 6 A survey of Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer observations of cataclysmic variables. FRONING C.S., LONG K.S., GANSICKE B., et al.
2012ApJS..203...29G 294       D     X         8 47 15 An online catalog of cataclysmic variable spectra from the Far-Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer. GODON P., SION E.M., LEVAY K., et al.
2012BAVSR..61...31D         O           4 0 EX Hydrae - ein etwas sonderbarer intermediaerer Polar(IP) - teil 1. DIEDERICH H.-G.
2012MNRAS.419..330M 214   K   D S     C       6 7 7 Novae in the SuperWASP data base. McQUILLIN R., EVANS A., WILSON D., et al.
2012MNRAS.420.3350N 56       D     X         2 39 4 Very fast photometric and X-ray observations of the intermediate polar V2069 Cygni (RX J2123.7+4217). NASIROGLU I., SLOWIKOWSKA A., KANBACH G., et al.
2012MNRAS.422.1518K 79           X         2 9 6 An extensive photometric study of the recently discovered intermediate polar V515 And (XSS J00564+4548). KOZHEVNIKOV V.P.
2012MNRAS.423.2476T 79           X         2 22 19 Life after eruption – I. Spectroscopic observations of 10 nova candidates. TAPPERT C., EDEROCLITE A., MENNICKENT R.E., et al.
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2010MNRAS.409.1195D 42           X         1 3 18 Orbital period analyses for two cataclysmic variables: UZ Fornacis and V348 Puppis inside the period gap. DAI Z.-B., QIAN S.-B., FERNANDEZ LAJUS E., et al.
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2009ApJ...693L..16S 297 T K A     X         7 1 6 Spin-cycle eclipse mapping of the 71 s oscillations in
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2007MNRAS.380..175V 1396 T K A     X C F     34 6 9 Evidence for ablated flows in the shell of the nova

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2007NewA...12..446A viz 15       D               115 25 A new absolute magnitude calibration with 2MASS for cataclysmic variables. AK T., BILIR S., AK S., et al.
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2004A&A...417..695S 4 2 19 Photo-ionization induced rapid grain growth in novae. SHORE S.N. and GEHRZ R.D.
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2003ARep...47..679A 19 2 The lower temperature limit of accretors. ABUBEKEROV M.K. and LIPUNOV V.M.
2003ApJ...594..428M 113 T K                 7 14 The origin of soft X-rays in

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2003ApJ...596.1197E 116 53 An extensive census of Hubble space telescope counterparts to Chandra X-ray sources in the globular cluster 47 Tucanae. II. Time series and analysis. EDMONDS P.D., GILLILAND R.L., HEINKE C.O., et al.
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1994PAZh...20..128D 6 ~ UX Ursae Majoris: UBVRI photometry in 1985-1991. DMITRIENKO E.S.
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1994S&T....87b..20S 3 ~ Nova Cygni 1992 : nova of the century. STARRFIELD S. and SHORE S.N.
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1994SSRv...67..241U 19 12 The AM CVn systems : a bibliographic search for clues to their cataclysmic nature. ULLA A.
1993ApJ...405..353A 49 18 Daily search for emission of ultra-high-energy radiation from point sources. ALEXANDREAS D.E., ALLEN G., BERLEY D., et al.
1993ApJ...406..229W 3 4 38 Optical spectrophotometry of oscillations and flickering in AE Aquarii. WELSH W.F., HORNE K. and OKE J.B.
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1993ApJ...410..815V 2 7 44 Ultraviolet line diagnostics of accretion disk winds in cataclysmic variables. VITELLO P. and SHLOSMAN I.
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1992A&A...257..599B 9 17 New light on post-maximum oscillations of novae. BIANCHINI A., FRIEDJUNG M. and BRINKMANN W.
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1992AcA....42...85D 1 2 11 The nebular expansion parallax and the luminosity of nova FH Ser. DUERBECK H.W.
1992ApJ...389..695L 19 44 Type I supernovae and accretion-induced collapses from cataclysmic variables ? LIVIO M. and TRURAN J.W.
1992ApJ...393..729W 12 31 Eclipse maps of the accretion disk in the classical nova V Persei. WOOD J.H., ABBOTT T.M.C. and SHAFTER A.W.
1992ApJ...399..646F 11 32 Constraints on element mixing in classical novae. FUJIMOTO M.Y. and IBEN I.
1992ApJ...400..665Z 6 15 The infrared counterpart of the eclipsing X-ray binary H 0253+193. ZUCKERMAN B., BECKLIN E.E., McLEAN I.S., et al.
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1992IzKry..86...62D 4 0 Simultaneous high-speed UBVRI-photometry of RW Tri in 1985-1990. DMITRIENKO E.S.
1992JAVSO..21...81G 3 6 The unusual cataclysmic variable S193. GARNAVICH P.M. and SZKODY P.
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1992S&W....31..223R 8 1 Kataklysmische Doppelsterne. RICHTER G.A.
1991A&A...247...64A 4 11 Spin-up of the white dwarf in the intermediate polar BG Canis Majoris/3A0729+103. AUGUSTEIJN T., VAN PARADIJS J. and SCHWARZ H.E.
1991A&A...252..100L 83 79 New insights from a statistical analysis of IUE spectra of dwarf novae and nova-like stars. I. Inclination effects in lines and continua. LA DOUS C.
1991AJ....101..587H 74 18 IRAS observations of classical novae. II. Modeling the detections. HARRISON T.E. and GEHRZ R.D.
1991AJ....102.1176R 1 4 22 New eclipse timings and an upper limit to the rate of mass transfer in the novalike variable RW Tri. ROBINSON E.L., SHETRONE M.D. and AFRICANO J.L.
1991ApJ...369..213E 3 8 Nitrogen recombination lines and abundance in nova shells. ESCALANTE V. and DALGARNO A.
1991ApJ...375..600C 33 20 The formation and detection of strongly magnetic white dwarf binaries in globular clusters. CHANMUGAM G., RAY A. and SINGH K.P.
1991ApJ...377..227H 3 2 27 Ultraviolet and optical spectroscopy of the R Aquarii symmetrical jet. HOLLIS J.M., OLIVERSEN R.J., KAFATOS M., et al.
1991ApJ...378..674K 2 10 82 Spin evolution and magnetic fields in cataclysmic variables. KING A.R. and LASOTA J.-P.
1991ApJ...381..534Z 1 6 35 V 795 Herculis (= PG 1711+336), a peculiar intermediate polar without strong X-ray emission. ZHANG E., ROBINSON E.L., RAMSEYER T.F., et al.
1991ApJ...383L..53A 44 34 A search of the northern sky for ultra-high-energy point sources. ALEXANDREAS D.E., BERLEY D., BILLER S., et al.
1991ApJS...76..359S 23 16 The interoutburst behavior of cataclysmic variables. SZKODY P., MATTEI J.A., WAAGEN E.O., et al.
1991IzKry..83..118B 6 6 Symbiotic eclipsing variable star CI Cyg. The results of UBV and UBVRI photometric observations over 1973-1988. BELYAKINA T.S.
1991IzKry..83..131D 6 1 The five-colour photometry of AC Cnc in 1985-1989. DMITRIENKO E.S.
1991MNRAS.248..193S 4 3 49 Low-temperature recombination coefficients and nova-shell abundances. SMITS D.P.
1991MNRAS.248..217S 3 4 Photoionization modelling of metal-enriched nova shells. SMITS D.P.
1991MNRAS.248..370W 16 54 White-dwarf rotational equilibria in magnetic cataclysmic variable stars. WARNER B. and WICKRAMASINGHE D.T.
1991MNRAS.251p..54E 71 T                   1 1 ~ Detection of molecular hydrogen in the shell of the old nova
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1991MNRAS.252..386W 13 14 Magnetic moment distribution of magnetic cataclysmic variables. WU K. and WICKRAMASINGHE D.T.
1991MmSAI..62..321B 4 3 Observational aspects of stellar radio flares. BOOKBINDER J.A.
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1990A&A...238..178W 1 10 68 22Na and 22Al production and nucleosynthesis in novae explosions. WEISS A. and TRURAN J.W.
1990A&A...240..433P 79 T                   1 1 32 A photoionization model study of the old nova shell
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1990AJ.....99.1941B 21 70 Solar-type cycles in close binary systems. BIANCHINI A.
1990Ap&SS.163...59H 4 0 The eclipses of EX Hydrae. HILL K.M. and WATSON R.D.
1990Ap&SS.164...79W 7 9 Spin-up and spin-down in intermediate polars and X-ray pulsars. WARNER B.
1990ApJ...349..296B 12 22 H 0534-581 : a new intermediate polar ? BUCKLEY D.A.H. and TUOHY I.R.
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1990ApJ...354..708S 1 6 43 V795 Herculis (PG 1711+336) : a new intermediate polar in the period gap. SHAFTER A.W., ROBINSON E.L., CRAMPTON D., et al.
1990ApJ...356..250L 2 7 66 The common envelope phase in outbursts of classical novae. LIVIO M., SHANKAR A., BURKERT A., et al.
1990ApJ...356..609V 97 31 Evidence for hibernation from a statistical analysis of nova eruption amplitudes. VOGT N.
1990ApJ...361..173P 12 19 On the nature of the X-ray pulsar near Lynds 1457. PATTERSON J. and HALPERN J.P.
1990BICDS..38..175K 663 7 Close binaries observed polarimetrically. KOCH R.H.
1990CoSka..20....9S 20 3 Relation of intermediate polars to other cataclysmic binaries. SCHWARZENBERG-CZERNY A.
1990ComAp..14..221L 15 4 Multi-dimensional considerations with regard to classical nova explosions. LIVIO M. and TRURAN J.W.
1990IzKry..82...27D 71 T                   1 1 0 Physical properties of Nova 1934
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1990MNRAS.243...57B 22 27 The masses of cataclysmic variables - a statistical approach. BAILEY J.
1990MNRAS.245..547K 8 5 Photometry of the eclipsing nova V 1668 Cyg. KALUZNY J.
1990MNRAS.245..670K 4 12 Twisted accretion discs - V. Viscous evolution. KUMAR S.
1990MNRAS.247..214K 8 20 Intermediate polars : soft X-ray machines. KING A.R. and LASOTA J.P.
1990PPMtO...9....1X 3 0 Asteroseismology. XIONG D.-R.
1990RMxAA..21..433C 1 1 The accretion column of DQ Herculis binaries. CANALLE J.B.G. and OPHER R.
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1989A&A...220...99B 15 12 A spectroscopic study of the dwarf nova CN Orionis. BARRERA L.H. and VOGT N.
1989A&A...224...42S 73 T                   1 1 12 Simultaneous UBVRI photometry of nova
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1989AJ.....97.1752W 1 11 65 Eclipse line profiles in cataclysmic variables : evidence for absence of accretion disks. WILLIAMS R.E.
1989ATsir1535...17B 3 0 Shortperiodic variations of nova HR Del brightness. BABAEV M.B. and HADJIEV M.S.
1989ApJ...339L..41D 2 5 41 The photometric period of Nova Muscae 1983. DIAZ M.P. and STEINER J.E.
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1989BAAS...21Q1095S 1 0 Modelling the common envelope phase in classical novae. SHANKAR A.
1989BICDS..36...23H 27 2 Errata and supplement to the list of eclipsing binaries showing apsidal motion. HEGEDUES T.
1989MNRAS.237..715N 13 25 The magnetic moments of intermediate polars. NORTON A.J. and WATSON M.G.
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1989PASP..101....5S 1 22 121 Recent progress in understanding the eruptions of classical novae. SHARA M.M.
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1988A&A...198..179N 36 88 Relative C, N, O abundances in red giants, planetary nebulae, novae and symbiotic stars. NUSSBAUMER H., SCHILD H., SCHMID H.M., et al.
1988AJ.....95..526K 7 5 Infrared observations of WY Sge (nova Sge 1783). KENYON S.J. and BERRIMAN G.
1988AJ.....96.1001H 37 25 A survey of IRAS data on 41 classical novae. HARRISON T.E. and GEHRZ R.D.
1988AcA....38..175R 10 11 2-D hydrodynamical models of the stream-Disk interaction in cataclysmic variables. II. Reflection of the stream from the disk. ROZYCZKA M.
1988Afz....29..293D 1 0 The UBVRI photometry of DQ Herculis (N 1934). II. Physical properties of the system. DMITRIENKO E.S.
1988ApJ...329..894G 35   K                 7 26 PW Vulpeculae: a dust-poor
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1988ApJ...330..264L 4 2 35 Nova outbursts on magnetic white dwarfs. LIVIO M., SHANKAR A. and TRURAN J.W.
1988ApJS...66..125M 16 1 66 Hydrogenic radiative recombination at low temperature and density. MARTIN P.G.
1988BAAS...20Z1052B 1 ~ A three-dimensional view of the DQ Herculis nova shell. BARDEN S.C., RABIN D.M. and WADE R.A.
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1988IUE88...1....9C 21 ~ Cataclysmic variables. CASSATELLA A. and SELVELLI P.L.
1988IUE88...1..171S 3 ~ Optical and ultraviolet observations of Nova Vul 1987. STARRFIELD S., STRYKER L.L., SONNEBORN G., et al.
1988IUE88...1..271B 15 ~ The ultraviolet emission of accreting magnetic white dwarfs. BONNET-BIDAUD J.M. and MOUCHET M.
1988IzKry..78...37D 1 0 To the problem of DQ Herculis orbital period variations. DMITRIENKO E.S.
1988KFNT....4e..33R 12 ~ Novae and the R Coronae Borealis phenomenon. ROSENBUSH A.E.
1988MNRAS.231...69D 3 2 26 Observations of three high-state eclipse egresses of Hercules X-1. DAY C.S.R., TENNANT A.F. and FABIAN A.C.
1988MNRAS.231.1117M 3 10 122 A spectroscopic study of the deeply eclipsing dwarf nova IP Peg. MARSH T.R.
1988MNRAS.233..451F 72 53 The 8190A sodium doublet in cataclysmic variables. I. The quest. FRIEND M.T., MARTIN J.S., SMITH R.C., et al.
1988MNRAS.233..513E 69 26 A statistical analysis of the emission line ratios in cataclysmic variables. ECHEVARRIA J.
1988Natur.336..129W 2 12 119 Quasiperiodicity in cataclysmic variable stars caused by solar-type magnetic cycles. WARNER B.
1988QJRAS..29....1K 8 6 215 The evolution of compact binaries. KING A.R.
1988S&W....27..296K 10 0 Der Ausbruch klassischer Novae. KRAUTTER J.
1987A&A...180..155F 8 19 The formation of the principal system of novae. FRIEDJUNG M.
1987A&AS...68...41B 68 31 A compilation of distances to cataclysmic variable stars. BERRIMAN G.
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1987A&AS...71..339V 55 151 Ultraviolet observations of cataclysmic variables : the IUE archive. VERBUNT F.
1987AJ.....94.1055S 9 22 Time-resolved IUE studies of cataclysmic variables. I. Eclipsing systems IP Peg, PG 1030+590, and V1315 Aql. SZKODY P.
1987ATsir1511....2B 3 0 On short periodic variability of nova HR Del. BABAEV M.B. and HADJIEV M.C.
1987Afz....26..561D 70 T                   1 1 0
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1987Ap&SS.130..351H 16 14 Accretion disk structure in SS Cygni. HESSMAN F.V.
1987Ap&SS.131..379S 1 2 12 A review of the classical nova outburst. STARRFIELD S. and SPARKS W.M.
1987Ap&SS.131..431P 4 0 A full cycle in the evolution of a classical nova. PRIALNIK D.
1987Ap&SS.131..461D 1 4 18 The interaction of nova sells with the interstellar medium. DUERBECK H.W.
1987Ap&SS.131..511L 4 2 37 Evolution of magnetic cataclysmic binaries. LAMB D.Q. and MELIA F.
1987Ap&SS.131..549S 36 18 The period and magnetic field distributions of cataclysmic variables : implications for their evolution. SCHMIDT G.D. and LIEBERT J.
1987ApJ...316..275H 24 48 The evolution of magnetic cataclysmic variables. HAMEURY J.-M., KING A.R., LASOTA J.P., et al.
1987ApJ...318..316L 13 1 53 Spin-up and mixing in accreting white dwarfs. LIVIO M. and TRURAN J.W.
1987ApJ...319..819L 13 33 Binary system parameters and the hibernation model of cataclysmic variables. LIVIO M. and SHARA M.M.
1987ApJ...323..690M 7 3 92 IUE observations of the dwarf nova HL Canis Majoris and the winds of cataclysmic variables. MAUCHE C.W. and RAYMOND J.C.
1987ComAp..12...87L 12 10 Are classical novae and dwarf novae the same systems ? LIVIO M.
1987IzKry..76...62D 70 T                   1 1 2 On the light curves variability of
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1987JApA....8..369P 4 3 Spectroscopic evolution of Nova LW Serpentis 1978 during its early decline. PRABHU T.P. and ANUPAMA G.C.
1987MNRAS.227...23W 183 397 Absolute magnitudes of cataclysmic variables. WARNER B.
1987MNRAS.228..217B 27 23 Radio survey of classical novae. BODE M.F., SEAQUIST E.R. and EVANS A.
1987MNRAS.228..377V 1 5 22 Spin-down of the white dwarf in the intermediate polar V1223 Sgr/4U1849-31. VAN AMERONGEN S., AUGUSTEIJN T. and VAN PARADIJS J.
1987MNRAS.229..539C 7 14 IRAS additional observations of classical novae. CALLUS C.M., EVANS A., ALBINSON J.S., et al.
1987PASAu...7..123W 5 2 The effect of magnetic field spread and temperature and density variations in cyclotron emission regions. WICKRAMASINGHE D.T. and FERRARIO L.
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1986A&A...158...34R 6 10 Researches on novae and related objects. I. The spectral evolution of nova FH Ser (1970). ROSINO L., CIATTI F. and DELLA VALLE M.
1986A&A...160...56W 5 8 162 Explosive hydrogen burning in novae. WIESCHER M., GORRES J., THIELEMANN F.-K., et al.
1986AJ.....92..867G 57 44 White dwarfs in wide binaries. II. Double degenerates and composite spectra. GREENSTEIN J.L.
1986Ap&SS.118..271W 30 14 Rapid oscillations in cataclysmic variables. WARNER B.
1986ApJ...308..721T 3 13 164 On the frequency of occurrence of oxygen-neon-magnesium white dwarfs in classical nova systems. TRURAN J.W. and LIVIO M.
1986ApJ...310..222P 9 4 150 The evolution of a classical nova model through a complete cycle. PRIALNIK D.
1986ApJ...311..163S 2 18 193 Do novae hibernate during most of the millennia between eruptions ? Links between dwarf and classical novae, and implications for the spacedensities and evolution of cataclysmic binaries. SHARA M.M., LIVIO M., MOFFAT A.F.J., et al.
1986BAAS...18..682M 2 0 Evolution of magnetic CVs. MELIA F. and LAMB D.Q.
1986BAAS...18..974L 2 0 Magnetic field distribution of cataclysmic variables. LAMB D.Q. and MELIA F.
1986CoKon..86..357D 70 T                   1 2 1 Analysis of light curves of
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1986MNRAS.219..597F 2 3 The evolution of polar caps in magnetic cataclysmic variables. FRANK J. and CHANMUGAM G.
1986MNRAS.222...11W 49 43 Accretion disc inclinations and absolute magnitudes of classical nova remnants. WARNER B.
1986MNRAS.222..225C 1 21 91 Polarization observations of DQ Her stars and other cataclysmic variables. CROPPER M.
1986MitAG..65..207D 4 2 The interaction of nova shells with the interstellar medium. DUERBECK H.
1986MitAG..67..309D 8 0 Accretion discs of novae - a photometric and spectroscopic survey. DUERBECK H.W.
1986NIA86......239S 24 ~ A review of the ultraviolet studies of galactic novae. STARRFIELD S.
1986NInfo..60..131M 3 0 On the abundances in novae envelopes. MUSTEL E.R. and ANTIPOVA L.I.
1986PASP...98..561S 50 47 Normal supergiants and their imitations. I. Sodium as a mass indicator ? SASSELOV D.D.
1986PVSS...14...59B 2 ~ Light curve of Nova Centauri 1986 (V842 Cen). BATESON F.M. and McINTOSH R.
1985A&A...148..207R 3 3 36 Spin-up of white dwarfs in cataclysmic binaries. RITTER H.
1985AZh....62.1116P 7 3 Magnetic fields of accreting white dwarfs. POSTNOV K.A.
1985AcA....35..351S 1 4 23 On the S-wave components of the emission lines in the spectra of cataclysmic variables. SMAK J.
1985Afz....22...31D 71 T                   1 1 7 Five-color photometry of
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1985Afz....23..277P 70 T                   1 2 1 The spatial structure of novae
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1985ApJ...289..300P 1 8 52 Time-resolved spectroscopy of long-period DQ Herculis stars. PENNING W.R.
1985ApJ...290..671C 7 2 60 High-velocity winds in close binaries with accretion disks. II. The view along the plane of the disk. CORDOVA F.A. and MASON K.O.
1985ApJ...292...90C 1 28 179 Nova shells. II. Calibration of the distance scale using novae. COHEN J.G.
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1985ApJ...294..263M 1 13 71 The decline and fall of classical novae. MacDONALD J., FUJIMOTO M.Y. and TRURAN J.W.
1985ApJ...296..128I 6 2 52 On the stability properties of whire dwarf radiative shocks. IMAMURA J.N.
1985BAAS...17..437B 2 0 Cataclysmic variables. BALACHANDRAN S. and ROBINSON E.L.
1985BAAS...17..550S 10 ~ Comparative time-resolved spectrophotometry of cataclysmic variables. SCHLEGEL E.M., HONEYCUTT R.K. and KAITCHUCK R.H.
1985BAAS...17Z.589B 3 ~ Radio emission from DQ Her stars. BOOKBINDER J.A. and LAMB D.Q.
1985MNRAS.213..181K 4 5 92 Secular evolution of magnetic cataclysmic variables. KING A.R., FRANK J. and RITTER H.
1985MNRAS.215p..45V 3 ~ Spin-up of the white dwarf in the intermediate polar AO Psc/H2252-035. VAN AMERONGEN S., KRAAKMAN H., DAMEN E., et al.
1985MNRAS.217p..23K 2 ~ The origin of the magnetic field distribution in accreting white dwarfs. KING A.R.
1985Natur.313..291K 71 T                   4 18 The origin of soft X-ray pulsations in dwarf novae at outburst and the
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1985Obs...105....6E 2 3 IRAS observations of novae. EVANS A.
1985SSRv...40...99M 16 41 X-ray emission from cataclysmic variables. MASON K.O.
1984A&A...135....1S 2 4 42 The 1051 s period of the interacting binary white dwarf AM CVn. SOLHEIM J.E., ROBINSON E.L., NATHER R.E., et al.
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1984A&AS...58..601P 346 13 Binaires spectroscopiques - 14e catalogue complementaire. PEDOUSSAUT A., GINESTET N. and CARQUILLAT J.M.
1984Ap&SS..99..363D 69 55 Constraints for cataclysmic binary evolution as derived from space distributions. DUERBECK H.W.
1984ApJ...281..194F 84 T                   1 1 56 IUE observations of
DQ Herculis and its nebula, and the nature of the cold nova shells.
1984ApJ...283..241M 11 35 Are cataclysmic variables the progenitors of type I supernovae ? MacDONALD J.
1984ApJ...285..252C 20 77 The rotational and orbital evolution of cataclysmic binaries containing magnetic white dwarfs. CHANMUGAM G. and RAY A.
1984ApJS...54..335I 86 4 1391 Supernovae of type I as end products of the evolution of binaries with components of moderate initial mass. IBEN I. and TUTUKOV A.
1984ApJS...54..443P 2 123 988 The evolution of cataclysmic and low-mass X-ray binaries. PATTERSON J.
1984IUE84......297S 2 ~ The outburst and long term behavior of the triple period cataclysmic variable TV Col. SZKODY P. and MATEO M.
1984MNRAS.206..879C 32 109 X-ray observations of a large sample of cataclysmic variable stars using the Einstein Observatory CORDOVA F.A. and MASON K.O.
1984MNRAS.209..945M 13 24 Grain growth and destruction in novae. MITCHELL R.M. and EVANS A.
1984MNRAS.210p..15B 2 ~ Optical polarization from magnetized cataclysmic variables. BRETARRETT P.E. and CHANMUGAM G.
1983AcA....33..127D 2 0 The limits to the cross-section for magnetic monopole creation obtained from the persistence of the magnetic field of white dwarfs. DRUKIER A.K.
1983ApJ...267..732M 3 9 124 CNO abundances and the strengths of nova outbursts and hydrogen flashes on accreting white dwarfs. MacDONALD J.
1983ApJ...268..689C 23 65 Nova shells. COHEN J.G. and ROSENTHAL A.J.
1983ApJ...268..710S 4 2 38 Orbital periods of novae before eruption. SCHAEFER B.E. and PATTERSON J.
1983ApJ...272..234S 1 14 60 On the nature of dwarf novae. SMAK J.
1983ApJ...273..255R 1 3 23 Cessation of the 63 second periodicity in the light curve of V533 Herculis. ROBINSON E.L. and NATHER R.E.
1983ApJS...53..523W 69 221 Spectroscopy of cataclysmic variables. I. Observations. WILLIAMS G.
1983MitAG..60..159R 10 11 Secular evolution of cataclysmic binaries. RITTER H.
1983MitAG..60..474B 2 2 Ein neuartiges Lichtleiterphotometer fur simultane Mehrstern-Vielfarben-Photometrie. BARWIG H. and SCHOEMBS R.
1983PASP...95..509S 17 13 A multiwavelength study of the short-period cataclysmic variable V442 Ophiuchi. SZKODY P. and SHAFTER A.W.
1983PASP...95..653B 71 T                   1 1 8 A definitive ephemeris for the 71-second oscillations of
DQ Herculis.
1983RMxAA...8..109E 16 60 Are the secondary stars in cataclysmic variables main sequence stars ? ECHEVARRIA J.
1983S&W....22..278V 62 0 Zwergnovae : Beobachtungsergebnisse und ihre Interpretation. VOGT N.
1982A&A...106..109K 1 3 18 The symbiotic star CI Cygni: S-process episode or accretion event ? KENYON S.J., WEEBINK R.F., GALLAGHER J.S., et al.
1982A&A...115..138D 1 4 20 Properties and nature of Be ans shell stars. 7B. 88 Her - An important clue to understanding the Be phenomenon ? DOAZAN V., HARMANEC P., KOUBSKY P., et al.
1982AJ.....87..655S 1 5 28 Photometric and spectroscopic observations of the optical counterpart of H 2215-086. SHAFTER A.W. and TARGAN D.M.
1982Ap&SS..86...91A 50 3 On the evolution of low mass binary systems. AMNUEL P.R. and GUSEINOV O.H.
1982ApJ...252..681H 7 34 A first look at the eclipsing cataclysmic variable Lanning 10. HORNE K., LANNING H.H. and GOMER R.H.
1982ApJ...255..585M 11 25 The colors of the pulsations and flickering of SY Cancri during outburst. MIDDLEDITCH J. and CORDOVA F.A.
1982ApJ...256..706M 7 21 The structure and appearance of winds from supercritical accretion disks. IV. Analytic results with applications. MEIER D.L.
1982ApJ...257..318W 7 9 316 Accretion disk coronae. WHITE N.E. and HOLT S.S.
1982ApJ...260..716C 1 10 93 High-velocity winds from a dwarf nova during outburst. CORDOVA F.A. and MASON K.O.
1982ApJ...261..170W 4 3 63 Spectroscopic analysis of the extended shells around the novae CP Puppis and T Pyxidis. WILLIAMS R.E.
1982ApJ...261L..77W 6 24 Novae as sources of nitrogen in galaxies. WILLIAMS R.E.
1982ApJ...262..301M 8 2 89 Einstein Observatory pulse-phase spectroscopy of Hercules X-1. McCRAY R.A., SHULL J.M., BOYNTON P.E., et al.
1982ApJ...262L..53F 21 65 The mystery of the missing boundary layer. FERLAND G.J., LANGER S.H., MacDONALD J., et al.
1982ApJS...48..239K 20 97 X-ray and UV radiation from accreting degenerate dwarfs. II. KYLAFIS N.D. and LAMB D.Q.
1982BICDS..23...53H 441 0 Variable stars in the General Catalogue of trigonometric parallaxes. HOFFLEIT D.
1982IUE82......114L 17 ~ Binary stars: mass transfer and chemical composition. LAMBERT D.L.
1982MNRAS.201..759R 4 19 GX 1+4 : pulse period measurement and detection of phase-variable iron line emission. RICKETTS M.J., HALL R., PAGE C.G., et al.
1982PASP...94..162O 1 2 10 AC Cancri: a new cataclysmic variable. OKAZAKI A., KITAMURA M. and YAMASAKI A.
1982PASP...94..916B 25 26 A spectroscopic study of the old nova HR Del. BRUCH A.
1982SvAL....8..198T 32 22 The evolution of dwarf binaries. TUTUKOV A.V., FEDOROVA A.V. and YUNGEL'SON L.R.
1981A&AS...44..179P 309 51 A catalogue of variable-visual binary stars. PROUST D., OCHSENBEIN F. and PETTERSEN B.R.
1981AcA....31..241S 18 26 Radiation from the discs in cataclysmic variables : the chromosphere. SCHWARZENBERG-CZERNY A.
1981AcA....31..395S 4 6 131 On the emission lines from rotating gaseous disks. SMAK J.
1981ApJ...244..579S 2 6 67 Accretion disk radii in cataclysmic variables. SULKANEN M.E., BRASURE L.W. and PATTERSON J.
1981ApJ...244.1022F 75 T                   1 2 61 An X-ray model for the nebula of nova
DQ Herculis 1934.
1981ApJ...245..609C 1 17 96 X-ray observations of selected cataclysimic variable stars using the Einstein Observatory. CORDOVA F.A., MASON K.O. and NELSON J.E.
1981ApJ...246..489C 1 6 32 A model for the X-ray emitting cataclysmic variable EX Hydrae. COWLEY A.P., HUTCHINGS J.B. and CRAMPTON D.
1981ApJ...247..960Y 1 13 82 A quest for the red companion in six cataclysmic binaries. YOUNG P. and SCHNEIDER D.P.
1981ApJ...248..268H 4 12 The color of the fast oscillations of AH Herculis. HILDEBRAND R.H., SPILLAR E.J. and STIENING R.F.
1981ApJ...248.1059S 5 12 A photometric study of the old nova V603 Aquilae. SLOVAK M.H.
1981ApJ...249..680H 2 4 43 Spectroscopy of 2A 0526-328 : a triple periodic cataclysmic variable. HUTCHINGS J.B., CRAMPTON D., COWLEY A.P., et al.
1981MitAG..52..125R 7 0 On the evolutionary status of the secondaries of cataclysmic binaries. RITTER H.
1981PASJ...33..743I 70 T                   1 1 6 Physical conditions in the shell around the old Nova
DQ Herculis 1934.
1981PASP...93..130A 70 T                   1 2 11 Eclipse timings of
DQ Herculis.
1981PASP...93..165D 92 142 Light curve types, absolute magnitudes, and physical properties of galactic novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1981PASP...93..477L 1 3 19 The ultraviolet spectrum of the twin-degenerate interacting binary G 61-29. LAMBERT D.L. and SLOVAK M.H.
1980A&A....81..157D 5 15 A UBV light curve of nova Cygni 1978. DUERBECK H.W., RINDERMANN K. and SEITTER W.C.
1980A&A....89..158B 1 4 25 Infrared emission by dust grains near variable primary sources. II. BODE M.F. and EVANS A.
1980AcA....30..267S 69 T                   1 4 14 Eruptive binaries. X.
DQ Herculis.
1980ApJ...237...55G 1 4 36 Spectrophotometry of the nebula surrounding nova T Aurigae 1891. GALLAGHER J.S., HEGE E.K., KOPRIVA D.A., et al.
1980ApJ...238..955Y 83 T                   1 1 71 Emission line eclipse phenomena in nova
DQ Herculis (1934).
1980ApJ...239..253F 2 7 White dwarf rotation and the shapes of nova remnants. FIEDLER R.L. and JONES T.W.
1980ApJ...239..586S 2 2 23 What determines the speed class of novae ? SHARA M.M., PRIALNIK D. and SHAVIV G.
1980ApJ...240..608F 69 T                   1 5 6 On the carbon composition of the ejecta of
DQ Herculis.
1980ApJ...240L.133P 7 2 78 33 second X-ray pulsations in AE Aquarii. PATTERSON J., BRANCH D., CHINCARINI G., et al.
1980ApJ...241..247P 73 T                   1 2 43 Accretion disks in cataclysmic variables. I. The eclipse - related phase shifts in
DQ Herculis and UX Ursae Majoris.
1980ApJ...241..269C 3 2 33 SS Cygni: a new period and discussion of orbital parameters. COWLEY A.P., CRAMPTON D. and HUTCHINGS J.B.
1980IBVS.1805....1B 11 29 UBV-observations of some cataclysmic variables. BRUCH A.
1980IUE80......415H 54 ~ Highly-evolved stars. HEAP S.R.
1980IUE80......461L 7 ~ Ultraviolet spectroscopy of old novae and symbiotic stars. LAMBERT D.L., SLOVAK M.H., SHIELDS G.A., et al.
1980IUE80......495H 9 ~ Observations of cataclysmic variables with the IUE. HARTMANN L. and RAYMOND J.
1980Natur.283..551K 1 4 Semi empirical estimates of gravitational wave generation by stellar collapse. KATZ J.I.
1980Obs...100..166F 71 T                   1 1 12 On the distance and luminosity of nova
DQ Herculis.
1980PASP...92..596F 11 2 113 Hydrogenic emission and recombination coefficients for a wide range of temperature and wavelength. FERLAND G.J.
1980S&T....60..180M 27 4 Variable stars and the AAVSO. MATTEI J.A., MAYER E.H. and BALDWIN M.E.
1980SvA....24..433D 69 T                   1 1 ~ Photometric elements of the
DQ Her system and the structure of its disk-shaped envelope.
1979A&A....77..357F 2 8 Upper limits for the Li/Na ratio in novae. FRIEDJUNG M.
1979AcA....29..665T 1 19 144 On the influence of emission of gravitational waves on the evolution of low-mass close binary stars. TUTUKOV A.V. and YUNGELSON L.R.
1979Ap&SS..61...91D 6 2 The ionisation of the shell of novae : a time-dependent model. DE FREITAS PACHECO J.A. and SODRE L.
1979ApJ...227..197S 1 3 24 High-speed circular polarimetry of AM Herculis. STOCKMAN H.S. and SARGENT T.A.
1979ApJ...228..482W 3 3 54 Spectrophotometry of filaments surrounding Nova RR Pic 1925. WILLIAMS R.E. and GALLAGHER J.S.
1979ApJ...230..162H 3 10 Spectroscopic studies of V1500 (Nova) Cygni. III. The nebula and central binary system. HUTCHINGS J.B.
1979ApJ...230..167C 1 3 24 Pulse timing for cataclysmic variables. CHESTER T.J.
1979ApJ...230..176J 1 6 48 Synchronous rotation in magnetic X-ray binaries. JOSS P.C., KATZ J.I. and RAPPAPORT S.A.
1979ApJ...231..781F 9 23 Helium abundance in ejecta from CP Lacertae and V446 Herculis. FERLAND G.J.
1979ApJ...231..789P 1 5 35 The stabilization of the 3 hour period of Nova Cygni 1975. PATTERSON J.
1979ApJ...232..176H 2 2 26 The cataclysmic binary HR Delphini (Nova 1967). HUTCHINGS J.B.
1979ApJ...232..500H 76 T                   1 1 39 The interactive binary in Nova
DQ Herculis.
1979ApJ...233..935S 74 T                   1 1 25 High time resolution spectrophotometry of Nova
DQ Herculis (1934).
1979ApJ...233L..13P 3 2 32 Rapid oscillations in cataclysmic variables. II. The 63 second oscillation of V533 Herculis. PATTERSON J.
1979ApJ...234..133H 4 2 43 Dust formation around HD 193793. HACKWELL J.A., GEHRZ R.D. and GRASDALEN G.L.
1979ApJ...234..556C 1 6 49 A spectroscopic study of the optical counterparts of three X-ray bursters. CANIZARES C.R., McCLINTOCK J.E. and GRINDLAY J.E.
1979ApJ...234..978P 5 7 179 Rapid oscillations in cataclysmic variables. III. An oblique rotator in AE Aquari. PATTERSON J.
1979ApJ...234L.117L 8 6 249 X and UV radiation from accreting magnetic degenerate dwarfs. LAMB D.Q. and MASTERS A.R.
1979IBVS.1699....1H 9 2 Photographic observations of old novae. II. HOPP U.
1979PASP...91..487P 69 T                   1 1 4 Remarks on the visual binary
DQ Herculis.
1979PASP...91..775S 6 6 The spectral development of nova Cygni 1978. SMITH S.E., NOAH P.V. and COTTRELL M.J.
1978A&A....67..441T 4 4 X-and gamma-ray bursts from magnetic reconnection in very short period binary systems. TREVES A.
1978AN....299..239W 11 5 Note on the population type of novae. WENZEL W. and MEINUNGER I.
1978Ap&SS..58...41M 3 2 On the stratification of elements in the envelopes ejected by type I supernovae. MUSTEL E.R.
1978ApJ...219.1038C 3 10 Orbital angular momentum loss via gravitational radiation and mass-transfer rates in close binary systems. CHAU W.Y.
1978ApJ...220.1063S 7 2 76 A hydrodynamic study of a slow Nova outburst. SPARKS W.M., STARRFIELD S. and TRURAN J.W.
1978ApJ...223..351D 33 137 The extragalactic distance scale. I. A review of distance indicators: zero points and errors of primary indicators. DE VAUCOULEURS G.
1978ApJ...224..171W 74 T                   1 3 94 The shell around Nova
DQ Herculis 1934.
1978ApJ...224..570P 82 T                   1 1 74 Rapid oscillations in cataclysmic variables. I. The 71 second oscillation of
DQ Herculis.
1978ApJ...226..172F 6 3 102 Heavy element abundances of Nova Cygni 1975. FERLAND G.J. and SHIELDS G.A.
1978ApJ...226..186S 13 2 131 CNO abundances and hydrodynamic studies of the Nova outburst. V. 1.00 solarM models with small mass envelopes. STARRFIELD S., TRURAN J.W. and SPARKS W.M.
1978ApJ...226..963C 74 T                   1 2 66 Time-resolved spectrophotometry of
DQ Herculis: a wavelength dependent phase shift in 71 second pulsations of He II lambda 4686.
1978MNRAS.182..777W 10 37 Observations of rapid blue variables. XVIII. Rapid oscillations in dwarf novae. WARNER B. and BRICKHILL A.J.
1978Natur.272...37C 6 17 Hard X-ray observations of white dwarf binary systems. COE M.J., ENGEL A.R. and QUENBY J.J.
1978PASP...90..441C 2 1 Spectroscopic observations of Nova Vulpeculae 1976. COTTRELL M.J. and SMITH S.E.
1978PASP...90..477N 29 19 Ultra-short variability: the vibrating white dwarf stars. NATHER R.E.
1978PASP...90..568A 1 3 23 Eclipse timings of RW Trianguli. AFRICANO J.L., NATHER R.E., PATTERSON J., et al.
1978PDAO...15..121B 974 273 Seventh catalogue of the orbital elements of spectroscopic binary systems. BATTEN A.H., FLETCHER J.M. and MANN P.J.
1977A&A....54...85P 4 1 Pulsed radiation from hot spots on accreting white dwarfs. PETERSON D.W. and ROSS D.K.
1977A&A....56..181K 3 0 Spectroscopic developments and kinematics of the Nova Cyg 1975 system. KUPO I. and LEIBOWITZ E.M.
1977A&A....58..105W 171 22 Observations of radio stars at 10.6 GHz. WOODSWORTH A.W. and HUGHES V.A.
1977A&A....59..289C 14 6 On the generation of relativistic particles in old novae. CHEVALIER R.A.
1977AJ.....82..209G 14 63 Dust formation in novae. GALLAGHER J.S.
1977AJ.....82..665P 54 8 Henry Norris Russel prize lecture of the American Astronomical society fifty years of novae. PAYNE-GAPOSCHKIN C.H.
1977AJ.....82.1008W 6 7 New features in RW Trianguli. WINKLER L.
1977Ap&SS..47..435D 2 7 Ionozation states and the origin of low energy cosmic ray nuclei. DURGAPRASAD N.
1977ApJ...211..377T 14 22 Discrete states of redshift and galaxy dynamics. III. Abnormal galaxies and stars. TIFFT W.G.
1977ApJ...212L..21F 6 8 Spectroscopic observations of Nova Cygni 1975: detection of diffuse enhanced spectrum. FERLAND G.J.
1977ApJ...215..265K 6 3 102 X-rays from spherical accretion onto degenerate dwarfs. KATZ J.I.
1977ApJ...217..815S 3 7 117 New observations and a slow rotator model of the X-ray binary AM Herculis. STOCKMAN H.S., SCHMIDT G.D., ANGEL J.R.P., et al.
1977ApJ...218..801M 39 52 Observations of galactic X-ray sources by OSO-7. MARKERT T.H., CANIZARES C.R., CLARK G.W., et al.
1977IAUC.3054S...1M 4 0 X-ray sources. MASON K.O., MURDIN P.G., VISVANATHAN N., et al.
1977IBVS.1264....1L 69 T                   1 1 5 The acceleration of the rotation of
DQ Her.
1977PASP...89..300M 68 T                   1 2 5 Phase dependence of emission lines in the disk of
DQ Herculis.
1977RMxAA...3...21B 24 8 The discovery and observation of multiple stellar systems. BATTEN A.H. and SCARFE C.D.
1976ARA&A..14..119R 1 31 306 The structure of cataclysmic variables. ROBINSON E.L.
1976Ap&SS..42..161F 10 1 Ariel 1118-61 a very close binary system or a slowly rotating neutron star ? FABIAN A.C., PRINGLE J.E. and WEBBINK R.F.
1976ApJ...203..485R 1 10 57 The masses of cataclysmic variables. ROBINSON E.L.
1976ApJ...203..625G 30 26 High-dispersion observations of emission lines in the postnova HR Delphini. GALLAGHER J.S. and ANDERSON C.M.
1976ApJ...204..293V 18 53 Forbidden and permitted emission lines of singly ionized as a diagnostic in the investigation of stellar emission-line spectra. VIOTTI R.
1976ApJ...204..516R 1 3 Magnetic fields and the Nova outburst. ROSE W.K. and SCOTT E.H.
1976ApJ...207..195R 68 T                   1 1 ~ Luminosity change in
DQ Herculis.
1976ApJ...207..518I 9 17 On the origin of continuum polarization in white dwarfs. INGHAM W.H., BRECHER K. and WASSERMAN I.
1976ApJ...208..819S 1 4 26 CNO abundances and hydrodynamic models of the Nova outburst. IV. Comparison with observations. SPARKS W.M., STARRFIELD S. and TRURAN J.W.
1976ApJ...209..168N 70 T                   1 1 13 Mass transfer in
DQ Herculis.
1976ApJ...209..868R 8 4 Polarized radiation in magnetic white dwarfs. ROSI L.A., ZIMMERMAN R.L. and KEMP J.C.
1976MNRAS.175...43F 4 7 144 X-ray emission from accretion on to white dwarfs. FABIAN A.C., PRINGLE J.E. and REES M.J.
1976MNRAS.175..279R 1 9 69 On the masses and the evolution of cataclysmic binaries. RITTER H.
1976MNRAS.175..305B 3 6 115 Classical novae-a steady state, constant luminosity and continuous ejection model. BATH G.T. and SHAVIV G.
1976PASP...88..490L 68 T                   1 7 22 Spectrophotometry of magnetic white dwarfs and
DQ Herculis.
1976PASP...88..517S 1 3 23 Resolution of the structure of Nova (HR Delphini) 1967. SODERBLOM D.
1976PASP...88..598G 8 9 A blue variable at high latitude. GREEN R.F., GREENSTEIN J.L. and BOKSENBERG A.
1976SvA....19..685M 3 1 He in type I supernova envelopes. MUSTEL' E.R.
1976SvA....20..675B 5 0 Dynamics of the transition from the premaximum to the principal Nova spectrum. BYCHKOVA V.S. and BYCHKOV K.V.
1975A&A....40..175B 3 2 The state of ionization in Nova shells. II. Integration of the ionization equation for optically thick shells. BOSMA P.B.
1975A&A....40..185B 68 T                   1 6 5 The state of ionization in Nova shells. III. A new explanation for the light curve of
DQ Herculis 1934.
1975AJ.....80..515R 35 88 Preeruption light curves of novae. ROBINSON E.L.
1975AcA....25..227S 1 3 19 The helium emission-object G 61-29. SMAK J.
1975ApJ...196L.113N 69 T                   1 1 6 The period and light curve of the 71-second variation in
DQ Herculis.
1975ApJ...200..298K 76 T                   1 1 40 The structure of
DQ Herculis.
1975ApJ...200..694H 8 6 The very slow Nova He 3-558. HENIZE K.G. and LILLER W.
1975ApJ...202L..41H 13 14 The coronal line spectrum of AS 295. HERBIG G.H. and HOFFLEIT D.
1975IAUS...67..129F 16 50 The R Coronae Borealis type variables. FEAST M.W.
1975IBVS.1043....1M 4 5 Eclipse timings of cataclysmic variables. MUMFORD G.S.
1975JRASC..69..101M 48 1 Variable star notes. MATTEI J.A.
1975MNRAS.170..405B 3 5 76 The graviry oscillations of withe dwarfs. BRICKHILL A.J.
1975MNRAS.170..533S 73 T                   1 1 27 Isotopic abundance ratios for carbon and nitrogen in Nova Herculis 1934. SNEDEN C. and LAMBERT D.L.
1975MNRAS.170..633P 2 10 131 Period changes in eruptive binaries. PRINGLE J.E.
1975MNRAS.172..433W 3 14 Observations of rapid blue variables- XVI. VZ Sculptoris. WARNER B. and THACKERAY A.D.
1975MNRAS.172..493P 1 6 54 Ariel 1118-61: a very close binary system ? PRINGLE J.E. and WEBBINK R.F.
1975Natur.255..125K 70 T                   1 1 10 Harmonic analysis of the light of
DQ Herculis.
1975PASP...87..301K 7 9 The linear polarization of the white-dwarf binary BD +16 516. KEMP J.C. and RUDY R.J.
1975SvAL....1..189G 3 0 Circular polarization through accretion by a star with a strong magnetic field. GNEDIN Yu.N. and PAVLOV G.G.
1974Ap.....10..163G 6 3 Why relativistic stars avoid binaries. GUSEINOV O.K. and NOVRUZOVA K.I.
1974ApJ...189L.123G 1 7 38 Ultraviolet detection of the Nova variables V603 Aquilae and RR Pictoris. GALLAGHER J.S. and HOLM A.V.
1974ApJ...190..637N 2 9 92 Coherent oscillations in UX Ursae Majoris. NATHER R.E. and ROBINSON E.L.
1974ApJ...192L..75S 1 4 20 Infrared photometry of SS Cygni and RX Andromedae near maximum. SZKODY P.
1974ApJ...192L.129L 72 T                   1 2 49
DQ Herculis: weak sister to HZ Herculis.
1974ApJ...193..679H 73 T                   1 1 26 The 71-second variation of
DQ Herculis.
1974ApJ...193L..11S 74 T                   1 1 33
DQ Herculis: periodic circular polarization synchronous with the rapid light variations.
1974ApJ...193L..15K 71 T                   1 1 19
DQ Herculis: periodic linear polarization synchronous with the rapid light variations.
1974IAUC.2677Q...1N 69 T                   1 1 7
DQ Herculis.
1974IAUC.2686Q...1K 68 T                   1 1 0
DQ Herculis.
1974IBVS..889....1M 6 19 Eclipse timings of cataclysmic variables. MUMFORD G.S.
1974JBAA...85...54I 13 2 HR Del (Nova 1967) in 1967-71. ISLES J.E.
1974JRASC..68..112M 56 2 Variable star notes. MATTEI J.A.
1974MNRAS.166..113B 83 T                   1 1 78 An oblique rotator model for
DQ Herculis.
1974MNRAS.166..673W 1 5 29 Observations of rapid blue variables - XIII: rapid pulsations in VW Hyi during outburst. WARNER B. and BRICKHILL A.J.
1974MNRAS.167p..47W 5 ~ X-ray emission from cataclysmic variable stars. WARNER B.
1973A&A....24..125M 1 3 25 Stade nebulaire de la Nova Delphini 1967, I. MALAKPUR I.
1973ApJ...179..257S 2 5 Scorpius X-1 as an old Nova. SHORE S.N. and GEBEL W.L.
1973ApJ...180..121R 1 8 71 High-speed photometry of Z Camelopardalis. ROBINSON E.L.
1973ApJ...181..157N 13 8 Report on a search for new optical pulsars. NELSON M.R. and GROTH E.J.
1973ApJ...185..277O 2 7 98 Nonradial oscillations of cooling white dwarfs. OSAKI Y. and HANSEN C.J.
1973ApJ...186..997S 4 13 Multimodal radial pulsational instability in a prenova model. SASTRI V.K. and SIMON N.R.
1973MNRAS.162..189W 1 18 101 On the masses of cataclysmic variable stars. WARNER B.
1973MNRAS.164..381W 8 17 Henize 177: slow Nova, symbiotic star, X-ray source ? WEBSTER R.L.
1973MNRAS.164p...1S 2 ~ On the non-spherical structure of the Nova nebulosity. SPARKS W.M. and STARRFIELD S.
1973PASP...85..309T 3 5 On the light curve and early spectral changes in Nova Cephei 1971. THOMAS J.C., COWLEY A.P., MacCONNELL D.J., et al.
1973PASP...85..627B 7 15 VY Sculptoris, a new rapid blue variable. BURRELL J.F. and MOULD J.R.
1972A&A....19..337V 4 6 Mass flow and period changes of contact binaries. VAN'T VEER F.
1972A&A....21..223B 1 1 7 The state of ionization in Nova shells. I. The ionization equation for hydrogen shells. BOSMA P.B.
1972ATsir.674....1M 68 T                   1 2 1 On the origin of a very close similarity between spectra of the supernova type I in NGC 3198 and the absorptiob spectrum
DQ Her.
1972ApJ...172..181V 3 15 Radial pulsations of pre-white-dwarf stars. I. Linear quasi-adiabatic analysis. VAN HORN H.M., RICHARDSON M.B. and HANSEN C.J.
1972ApJ...175L..69E 8 14 Optical studies of UHURU sources. II. IM Normae, a possible X-ray source. ELLIOT J.L. and LILLER W.
1972MNRAS.158..177H 2 7 94 The non-spherical nebulae of Nova Delphini 1967, Nova Vulpeculae 1968a and Nova Serpentis 1970. HUTCHINGS J.B.
1972MNRAS.159..101W 2 5 78 Observations of rapid blue variables.- IX.- AM CVn (HZ 29). WARNER B. and ROBINSON E.L.
1972MNRAS.159..321W 78 T                   1 1 61 Observations of rapid blue variables. XI.
DQ Herculis.
1972MNRAS.159..429W 9 48 Observations of rapid blue variables. XII. UX Ursae Majoris. WARNER B. and NATHER R.E.
1972MNRAS.160p..35W 9 ~ On the outbursts of cataclysmic variables. WARNER B.
1972SvA....15..527M 1 4 Physical characteristics of type 1 SN envelopes during the initial expansion phase.I. Thermal parameters of the envelopes and an estimate for the number of absorbing atoms. MUSTEL E.R.
1972SvA....16...10M 1 1 7 Physical characteristics of type 1 supernova envelopes during the initial expansion phase.2 Development of type 1 supernova spectra after maximum light. MUSTEL E.R.
1972SvA....16...41S 9 13 Estimate for the frequency of novae in the Andromeda nebula and our galaxy. SHAROV A.S.
1971A&A....14..440F 5 3 The principal spectrum of novae. FRIEDJUNG M.
1971ATsir.610....1S 11 0 Precise positions and proper motions of some novae in AGK3-system. SOKOLOVA V.A.
1971ApJ...163L..89L 4 2 49 High-frequency stellar oscillations. VI. R548, a periodically variable white dwarf. LASKER B.M. and HESSER J.E.
1971MNRAS.152..219W 4 7 197 Observations of rapid blues variables. II. U Geminorum. WARNER B. and NATHER R.E.
1971MNRAS.152..307S 3 2 47 On the cause of the Nova outburst. STARRFIELD S.
1971MNRAS.154..301K 9 6 High speed photometry. KIBBLEWHITE E.J. and WILLSTROP R.V.
1971SvA....14..967K 11 5 Close binary stars in globular and old open clusters. KUKARKIN B.V. and MIRONOV A.V.
1971SvA....15....1M 2 1 12 The interpretation of type I supernova spectra. MUSTEL E.R.
1971SvA....15..225A 67 T                   1 1 0 The hydrogen lines in the envelope of
Nova Her 1934.
1970A&A.....7....1G 8 19 Two subluminous stars near the galactic plane. GREENSTEIN J.L., SARGENT A.I. and HAUG U.
1970AJ.....75.1027D 2 5 Stochastic variable stars. DEEMING T.J.
1970ApJ...159.1029C 1 1 6 A solution of a time-dependant equation of radiative transfer. CODE A.D.
1970ApJ...159L..57E 2 5 61 Observations of the development and disappearance of the X-ray source Centaurus X-4. EVANS W.D., BELIAN R.D. and CONNER J.P.
1970ApJ...160L.177H 2 4 50 Infrared observations of Nova Serpentis 1970. HYLAND A.R. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1970ApJ...161..361S 68 T                   1 2 12 The rate of mass exchange in
DQ Herculis.
1970ApJ...162..181L 2 11 A search for rapid optical oscillations in Scorpius XR-1. LAMPTON M., BOWYER C.S. and HARRINGTON S.
1970ApJ...162..363M 6 9 T Aurigae, EX Hydrae and U Geminorum: additional times of minima. MUMFORD G.S.
1970IBVS..418....1P 67 T                   1 2 1 Autocorrelation analysis of
DQ Her and RW Tri.
1970IBVS..457....1L 67 T                   1 3 1 Autocorrelative analysis of light of
DQ Her, UX UMa and RW Tri.
1970PASP...82..574B 31 30 Observations of circumstellar matter in close binary systems. BATTEN A.H.
1970PASP...82.1070B 8 15 Photoelectric observations of Nova Serpentis 1970. BORRA E.F. and ANDERSEN P.H.
1969ApJ...155L.109W 2 6 On the nature of Ryle and Bailey's candidate star for the pulsating radio source CP 1919. WESTPHAL J.A., KRISTIAN J., SNELLEN G., et al.
1969ApJ...156..569S 1 4 33 Dynamical models of novae. SPARKS W.M.
1969ApJ...158..589K 9 45 Binary stars among cataclysmic variables. XI. Photoelectric and spectroscopic observations of the dwarf nova Z Camelopardalis. KRAFT R.P., KRZEMINSKI W. and MUMFORD G.S.
1969ApJ...158L.171L 1 3 28 High-frequency stellar oscillations. II. G 44-32: a new short-period blue variable star. LASKER B.M. and HESSER J.E.
1969ApJS...18..429M 8 24 Binary stars among cataclysmic variables X. Photoelectric observations of EM Cyg. MUMFORD G.S. and KRZEMINSKI W.
1969MNRAS.143..145N 68 T                   1 6 45 Synchronous photometry of
DQ Her.
1969SvA....13..288A 67 T                   1 2 6 An analysis of the CN absorption bands in the spectrum of Nova Herculis 1934. ANTIPOVA L.I.
1969SvA....13..303S 9 1 The spatial orientation of the orbit planes of close binary stars. SHARKHOVSKOI N.M.
1968ApJ...152..245R 4 3 72 A model for the nova outburst. ROSE W.K.
1968ApJ...154L..91S 5 4 An interpretation of the peculiar helium star HZ 29. STOTHERS R.
1967AJ.....72..811L 1 ~ Ultrashort period stellar oscillations: preliminary results. LAWRENCE G.M., OSTRIKER J.P. and HESSER J.E.
1967AnAp...30..823V 1 4 Sur l'identification d'une raie d'emission dans les quasars a 2974 A. VERON P.
1967ApJ...148L.161L 8 41 Ultrashort-period stellar oscillations. I. Results from white dwarfs, old novae, central stars of planetary nebulae, 3C 273 and Scorpius XR-1. LAWRENCE G.M., OSTRIKER J.P. and HESSER J.E.
1967ApJ...150L..99K 2 4 56 Rapid photometric and spectroscopic variations of the X-ray source Cyg X-2. KRISTIAN J., SANDAGE A. and WESTPHAL J.A.
1967JO.....50..381E 86 0 Observations d'etoiles variables effectuees a l'Observatoire National d'Athenes en 1960-1962. ELIAS P.D.
1967PASP...79..283M 33 68 Nova and nova-like variables. MUMFORD G.S.
1967PDAO...13..119B 1 15 167 Sixth catalogue of the orbital elements of spectroscopic binary systems. BATTEN A.H.
1966ApJ...146..316S 3 8 182 On the optical identification of Sco X-1. SANDAGE A., OSMER P., GIACCONI R., et al.
1966MNRAS.132..143F 5 11 Physics of the Nova Phenomenon. II. FRIEDJUNG M.
1966SvA....10..388M 67 T                   1 3 0 An analysis of the chemical composition of Nova envelopes. III. Quantitative analysis of the atmosphere of
Nova Her 1934 during decline.
1966SvA....10.1059D 67 T                   1 7 ~ Polarization observations of
DQ Her (Nova Her 1934).
1965AJ.....70..581W 56 1 Reports of observatories, 1964-65. WAGMAN N.E.
1965ApJ...141..617H 1 9 89 The Nova-like variable V Sagittae as a short-period eclipsing binary. HERBIG G.H., PRESTON G.W., SMAK J., et al.
1964AJ.....69..675W 42 2 Lick Observatory Report. WHITFORD A.E.
1964AnAp...27..450M 3 2 The behaviour of absorption systems in spectra of Novae. McLAUGHLIN D.B.
1964AnAp...27..492U 6 0 Comments regarding the likenesses and differences between the spectra of Novae and of Wolf-Rayet stars. UNDERHILL A.B.
1964AnAp...27..587L 67 T                   1 1 0 Preliminary report on a high-dispersion spectrophotometric study of
Nova Herculis 1934.
1964ApJ...139..457K 1 23 205 Binary stars among cataclysmic variables. III. Ten old novae. KRAFT R.P.
1964ApJ...139..476M 6 20 Binary stars among cataclysmic variables. IV. Photoelectric observations of U Geminorum near the stars of an outburst. MUMFORD G.S.
1964ApJ...140..921K 1 12 84 Binary stars among cataclysmic variables. V. Photoelectric and spectroscopic observations of the ultra-short period binary Nova WZ Sagittae. KRZEMINSKI W. and KRAFT R.P.
1964ApJ...140.1482F 32 28 The period-radius relation for pulsating variable stars. FERNIE J.D.
1964BAICz..15...81K 7 1 Contribution to the problem of the origin of novae and planetary nebulae. KOHOUTEK L.
1964BAICz..15..156P 16 8 On the need for A two-parametric classification of close binaries. PLAVEC M.
1964SvA.....8..680G 4 ~ Disk-like envelopes in close binary systems and their effect on stellar spectra. GORBATSKII V.G.
1963AJ.....68..257W 317 80 Ephemerides of eclipsing stars. WOOD B.D. and FORBES J.E.
1963ApJ...137..485W 7 41 Photoelectric observations of RW Trianguli. WALKER M.F.
1963ApJ...138..146K 7 19 Photoelectric observations of UX Ursae Majoris, 1955-62. KRZEMINSKI W. and WALKER M.F.
1963ApJ...138..313W 10 33 Nova T Aurigae 1891: a new short-period eclipsing binary. WALKER M.F.
1963JRASC..57..279M 3 3 Variable star notes. MAYALL M.W.
1962ApJ...136..312K 8 2 113 Binary stars among cataclysmic variables. II. Nova WZ Sagittae: a possible radiator of gravitational waves. KRAFT R.P., MATHEWS J. and GREENSTEIN J.L.
1962JO.....45..117B 173 12 Catalogue d'etoiles doubles ayant une composante variable. BAIZE P.
1962PASP...74...66K 1 3 22 Nova WZ Sagittae, an extremely short period eclipsing binary. KRZEMINSKI W.
1962SvA.....6..145M 6 5 Novae as a possible source of cosmic rays. MUSTEL E.R.
1962SvA.....6..431E 2 0 On the cause of Nova outbursts. EMINADZE T.A.
1962SvA.....6..779N 10 ~ Spherically symetrical models of Nova outbursts. NADEZHIN D.K. and FRANK-KAMENETSKII D.A.
1962SvA.....6..878A 45 ~ A list of Novae recommended for the determination of coordinates and proper motions. ARTYUKHINA N.M. and KHOLOPOV P.N.
1961AnAp...24..431Z 20 39 Observations et interpretation de l'etoile variable SS Cyg. ZUCKERMANN M.C.
1961ApJ...134..171W 71 T                   1 1 39 Photoelectric observations of Nova (DQ) Herculis, 1957-1959. WALKER M.F.
1959AnAp...22..297P 6 11 The Nova outburst. I. POTTASCH S.
1959AnAp...22..394P 5 22 The Nova outburst. IV. The intensity of H-alpha. POTTASCH S.
1959AnAp...22..412P 1 5 46 The Nova outburst. V. The temperature and radius of the central exciting star and observation of elements other than Hydrogen. POTTASCH S.
1959ApJ...130...99G 69 T                   1 3 70 The binary system nova
DQ Herculis. I. The spectrum and radial velocity during the eclipse cycle.
1959ApJ...130..110K 68 T                   1 5 71 The binary system nova
DQ Herculis. II. An interpretation of the spectrum during the eclipse cycle.
1959SvA.....3..744M 66 T                   1 2 6 The chemical composition of
Nova Her 1934.
1958AJ.....63..361S 11 5 Lick Observatory SHANE C.D.
1958AnAp...21....1S 5 9 Remarques sur le phenomene de nova (8). SCHATZMAN E.
1958ApJ...127..319W 71 T                   1 1 39 Photoelectric observations of Nova
DQ Herculis (1934).
1958ApJ...127..507I 42 14 Photoelectric study of blue stars near the North Galactic Pole. IRIARTE B.
1958PASP...70..598K 67 T                   1 1 7 The variable radial velocity of He II in the spectrum of Nova
DQ Herculis.
1957ApJ...126...23G 11 46 Studies of the white dwarfs. III. The recurrent nova WZ Sge as a probable white dwarf. GREENSTEIN J.L.
1957ApJ...126...28U 2 11 On the origin of the lambda 5696 emission in O stars. UNDERHILL A.B.
1957MNRAS.117..393G 1 8 78 Transition probabilities for forbidden lines of Fe III and Fe V. GARSTANG R.H.
1957SvA.....1..719G 17 3 The non-thermal component of the radiation of unstable stars and the main features of their spectra. GORDON I.M.
1956AJ.....61...36G 66 T                   1 5 9 Photographic and visual light curves of Nova Herculis 1934 (
DQ Her).
1956AJ.....61...49H 8 47 A dynamical problem in binary systems and its bearing on stellar evolution. HUANG S.S.
1956ApJ...123...68W 69 T                   1 5 131 A photometric investigation of the short-period eclipsing binary Nova
DQ Herculis (1934).
1956PASP...68..258L 3 3 Note on the star of smallest known mass. LUYTEN W.J.
1956ZA.....41..182S 42 ~ Die Lichtkurven-Leuchtkraft-Beziehung neuer Sterne. SCHMIDT T.
1955ApJ...122..417M 9 2 The spectrum of the slow nova V356 Aquilae (1936). McLAUGHLIN D.B.
1955MNRAS.115..461F 5 2 The spectrum of Nova Sgr 1954 (Haro-Herraro). FEAST M.W.
1955PASP...67..262W 66 T                   1 1 2 Elements of the short-period eclipsing binary nova
DQ Hercules (1934).
1954ApJ...119..124M 66 T                   1 6 10 The absorption spectra of
Nova Herculis: a new interpretation.
1954PASP...66..230W 78 T                   1 1 84 Nova
DQ Herculis (1934): an eclipsing binary with very short period.
1953AnAp...16...73B 6 1 Spectrophotometrie de T CrB de 1946 a 1952. BLOCH M. and TCHENG M.L.
1953GCRV..C......0W viz 13       D               1 15125 750 General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities WILSON R.E.
1953MNRAS.113..258S 18 7 Observations of novae 1950, 1951 and 1952. STEAVENSON W.H.
1952AnAp...15....7G 8 5 Le spectre de la Nova (RT) Ser 1909 en 1950. GRANDJEAN J.
1952ApJ...116..229S 66 T                   1 1 10 The spectrum of Nova
DQ Herculis (1934) in 1950.