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2021ApJ...914....5S 70       D     X         2 206 ~ 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.
2020MNRAS.491..201J 93           X         2 21 ~ Optical and X-ray studies of three polars: RX J0859.1+0537, RX J0749.1-0549, and RX J0649.8-0737. JOSHI A., PANDEY J.C., RAJ A., et al.
2020MNRAS.499..149A 19       D               1 39 ~ V1460 Her: a fast spinning white dwarf accreting from an evolved donor star. ASHLEY R.P., MARSH T.R., BREEDT E., et al.
2019MNRAS.489.1023Y 152       D     X C       3 7 ~ A 9-h CV with one outburst in 4 yr of Kepler data. YU Z., THORSTENSEN J.R., RAPPAPORT S., et al.
2017AJ....154..252B viz 17       D               2 138 1 A Jansky VLA survey of magnetic cataclysmic variable stars. I. The data. BARRETT P.E., DIECK C., BEASLEY A.J., et al.
2017MNRAS.470.4815B 43           X         1 38 5 Broad-band characteristics of seven new hard X-ray selected cataclysmic variables. BERNARDINI F., DE MARTINO D., MUKAI K., et al.
2016ApJ...833...14H 393       D S   X         9 72 4 Abundance derivations for the secondary stars in cataclysmic variables from near-infrared spectroscopy. HARRISON T.E.
2016NewA...46...60B 17       D               1 23 6 Photometry of the long period dwarf nova MU Centauri. BRUCH A.
2015A&A...577A.143W 50           X         1 2 18 White dwarf masses in cataclysmic variables. WIJNEN T.P.G., ZOROTOVIC M. and SCHREIBER M.R.
2015A&A...579A..24B 346       D   O X C       8 27 7 Quasi-periodic oscillations in accreting magnetic white dwarfs. I. Observational constraints in X-ray and optical. BONNET-BIDAUD J.M., MOUCHET M., BUSSCHAERT C., et al.
2015ApJS..219...32H 675       D S   X C       15 80 7 The WISE light curves of polars. HARRISON T.E. and CAMPBELL R.K.
2015MNRAS.451.4183S 41           X         1 5 2 MLS110213:022733+130617: a new eclipsing polar above the period gap. SILVA K.M.G., RODRIGUES C.V., OLIVEIRA A.S., et al.
2014ApJ...796L..10S 41           X         1 9 4 On the effect of explosive thermonuclear burning on the accreted envelopes of white dwarfs in cataclysmic variables. SION E.M. and SPARKS W.
2013A&A...553A..28G viz 161           X C       3 20 3 Multiwavelength observations of V479 Andromedae: a close compact binary with an identity crisis. GONZALEZ-BUITRAGO D., TOVMASSIAN G., ZHARIKOV S., et al.
2013MNRAS.435.2822B 40           X         1 21 6 On the nature of the hard X-ray sources Swift J1907.3-2050, IGR J12123-5802 and IGR J19552+0044. BERNARDINI F., DE MARTINO D., MUKAI K., et al.
2012A&A...545A.116B 40           X         1 17 14 The outburst of nova CSS 081007:030559+054715 (HV ceti). BEARDMORE A.P., OSBORNE J.P., PAGE K.L., et al.
2012ApJ...746..165H 79             C       1 56 16 Discovery of a significant magnetic cataclysmic variable population in the limiting window. HONG J., VAN DEN BERG M., GRINDLAY J.E., et al.
2012ApJ...755...64S 79           X         2 16 6 Characterization of the X-ray light curve of the γ cas-like B1e star HD 110432. SMITH M.A., LOPES DE OLIVEIRA R. and MOTCH C.
2012ApJS..199....7F 214       D     X C F     4 99 6 A survey of Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer observations of cataclysmic variables. FRONING C.S., LONG K.S., GANSICKE B., et al.
2012MNRAS.422.1601K 794     A D S   X C       19 23 6 Short and long time-scale variability in magnetic cataclysmic variables: long-term monitoring of polars. KALOMENI B.
2012MmSAI..83..539S 40           X         1 37 1 White dwarfs in cataclysmic variable stars: accretion physics and evolution. SION E.M. and GODON P.
2012MmSAI..83..578M 40           X         1 23 3 The X-ray emission of magnetic cataclysmic variables in the XMM-Newton era. MOUCHET M., BONNET-BIDAUD J.M. and DE MARTINO D.
2011A&A...529A.116T 39           X         1 7 5 XMM-Newton observations of the X-ray soft polar QS Telescopii. TRAULSEN I., REINSCH K., SCHWOPE A.D., et al.
2011ApJ...728...16H 94       D     X         3 70 21 Infrared spectroscopic observations of the secondary stars of short-period sub-gap cataclysmic variables. HAMILTON R.T., HARRISON T.E., TAPPERT C., et al.
2011PASP..123.1071G 39           X         1 12 2 A Far-Ultraviolet spectroscopic analysis of BZ Ursae Majoris. GODON P., SION E.M., GANSICKE B.T., et al.
2010A&A...516A..76T 117         O X         3 18 10 X-ray spectroscopy and photometry of the long-period polar AI Trianguli with XMM-Newton. TRAULSEN I., REINSCH K., SCHWARZ R., et al.
2010A&A...519A..69A 55       D   O X         2 85 9 Wavelet and R/S analysis of the X-ray flickering of cataclysmic variables. ANZOLIN G., TAMBURINI F., DE MARTINO D., et al.
2010AJ....139.1771H 702   K A D S   X C       17 41 14 K-band spectroscopy of (Pre-)Cataclysmic variables: are some donor stars really carbon poor? HOWELL S.B., HARRISON T.E., SZKODY P., et al.
2010ApJ...714.1424T viz 94       D     X         3 162 8 A limit on the number of isolated neutron stars detected in the ROSAT All-Sky-Survey bright source catalog. TURNER M.L., RUTLEDGE R.E., LETCAVAGE R., et al.
2010NewA...15..491A 16       D               2 196 9 The age of cataclysmic variables: A kinematical study. AK T., BILIR S., AK S., et al.
2009A&A...500..867S 40           X         1 7 17 Post common envelope binaries from the SDSS. VI. SDSSJ120615.73+510047.0: a new low accretion rate magnetic binary. SCHWOPE A.D., NEBOT GOMEZ-MORAN A., SCHREIBER M.R., et al.
2009ApJS..184..138H viz 15       D               1 20715 30 XID II: statistical cross-association of ROSAT bright source catalog X-ray sources with 2MASS point source catalog near-infrared sources. HAAKONSEN C.B. and RUTLEDGE R.E.
2009MNRAS.395..386P 41           X         1 7 29 Time-resolved optical observations of five cataclysmic variables detected by INTEGRAL. PRETORIUS M.L.
2009MNRAS.395..416R 39           X         1 14 11 2XMMiJ225036.9+573154 - a new eclipsing AMHer binary discovered using XMM-newton. RAMSAY G., ROSEN S., HAKALA P., et al.
2008AJ....136.2367K 38           X         1 4 5 Variation of the light and period of the magnetic cataclysmic variable AM Her. KALOMENI B. and YAKUT K.
2008ApJ...681..530P 39           X         1 5 18 1E 161348-5055 in the supernova remnant RCW 103: a magnetar in a young low-mass binary system? PIZZOLATO F., COLPI M., DE LUCA A., et al.
2008NewA...13..133A viz 15       D               459 29 Spatial distribution and galactic model parameters of cataclysmic variables. AK T., BILIR S., AK S., et al.
2007A&A...475.1011K         O           39 14 Discovery of polarized emission from the long period intermediate polar RX J2133.7+5107. KATAJAINEN S., BUTTERS O.W., NORTON A.J., et al.
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.
2006A&A...457.1043R 136 T K A   O           4 3 The secondary star and distance of the polar

V1309 Orionis
.
REINSCH K., KIM Y. and BEUERMANN K.
2006A&A...457.1081K 91 64 A catalogue of Galactic supernova remnants from the Canadian Galactic plane survey. I. Flux densities, spectra, and polarization characteristics. KOTHES R., FEDOTOV K., FOSTER T.J., et al.
2006MNRAS.371..727P 4 2 Photometric and polarimetric observations of the eclipsing polar SDSS J205017.84-053626.8. POTTER S.B., O'DONOGHUE D., ROMERO-COLMENERO E., et al.
2006MNRAS.373..484K 180 176 The donor stars of cataclysmic variables. KNIGGE C.
2005A&A...442..271S 116 T K                 2 12 XMM-Newton observation of the long-period polar

V1309 Orionis
: the case for pure blobby accretion.
SCHWARZ R., REINSCH K., BEUERMANN K., et al.
2005A&A...444..213S 1 10 22 Doppler tomography of the asynchronous polar BY Camelopardalis. SCHWARZ R., SCHWOPE A.D., STAUDE A., et al.
2005ApJ...630.1037S 1 27 62 New low accretion rate magnetic binary systems and their significance for the evolution of cataclysmic variables. SCHMIDT G.D., SZKODY P., VANLANDINGHAM K.M., et al.
2005MNRAS.364..565P 5 2 Photopolarimetric observations of the new eclipsing polar CTCVJ1928-5001. POTTER S.B., AUGUSTEIJN T. and TAPPERT C.
2004AN....325..197S 5 9 Indirect iamging of polars. SCHWOPE A.D., STAUDE A., VODEL J., et al.
2004ANS...325a..92R 75 T                   1 ~ Distance and accretion luminosity of the long-period eclipsing polar
V1309 Ori.
REINSCH K., KIM Y. and BEUERMANN K.
2004ApJ...605..360W 1 9 19 On the nature of the bright short-period X-ray source in the Circinus galaxy field. WEISSKOPF M.C., WU K., TENNANT A.F., et al.
2004RMxAC..20..152G 15 2 Observational studies of cataclysmic variable evolution: of samples, biases and surprises. GAENSICKE B.T.
2003A&A...403..247F viz 1216 44 A systematic study of X-ray variability in the ROSAT all-sky survey. FUHRMEISTER B. and SCHMITT J.H.M.M.
2003ApJ...594..443G 2 15 75 Anomalous ultraviolet line flux ratios in the cataclysmic variables 1RXS J232953.9+062814, CE 315, BZ Ursae Majoris, and EY Cygni, observed with the Hubble Space Telescope Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph. GANSICKE B.T., SZKODY P., DE MARTINO D., et al.
2003ApJ...598..458R 43 30 A limit on the number of isolated neutron stars detected in the ROSAT bright source catalogue. RUTLEDGE R.E., FOX D.W., BOGOSAVLJEVIC M., et al.
2003MNRAS.340....1K 112 T K                 1 19 8 UBVRI photopolarimetry of the long-period eclipsing AM Herculis binary
V1309 Ori.
KATAJAINEN S., PIIROLA V., RAMSAY G., et al.
2002AGAb...19R..42S 74 T                   1 0 Blobby accretion in the polar
V1309 Ori.
SCHWARZ R., REINSCH K. and BURWITZ V.
2002MNRAS.329L..43K 11 19 The short-period supersoft source in M31. KING A.R., OSBORNE J.P. and SCHENKER K.
2002MNRAS.337.1105S 3 8 75 AE Aquarii: how cataclysmic variables descend from supersoft binaries. SCHENKER K., KING A.R., KOLB U., et al.
2001A&A...372..945K         O           13 3 UBVRI-polarimetry of the AM Herculis star RX J0203.8+2959. KATAJAINEN S., SCALTRITI F., PIIROLA V., et al.
2001A&A...374..588S 112 T K                 5 21 System parameters of the long-period polar
V1309 Ori.
STAUDE A., SCHWOPE A.D. and SCHWARZ R.
2001AJ....122..182B 31 89 A Chandra study of the Circinus galaxy point-source population. BAUER F.E., BRANDT W.N., SAMBRUNA R.M., et al.
2001ApJ...548..410S 37   K                 11 28 Time-resolved Hubble space telescope spectroscopy of four eclipsing magnetic cataclysmic variables. SCHMIDT G.D. and STOCKMAN H.S.
2001MNRAS.328..112T 22 21 X-ray beaming caused by resonance scattering in the accretion column of magnetic cataclysmic variables. TERADA Y., ISHIDA M., MAKISHIMA K., et al.
2001PASP..113..764D viz 1713 210 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables: the living edition. DOWNES R.A., WEBBINK R.F., SHARA M.M., et al.
2000A&A...358..417M 155 10 Cataclysmic variables as sources of gravitational waves. MELIANI M.T., DE ARAUJO J.C.N. and AGUIAR O.D.
2000NewAR..44...93B 14 17 Secondary stars in CVs - the observational picture. BEUERMANN K.
2000PASP..112..228S 7 4 Extreme ultraviolet explorer and optical observations of the magnetic cataclysmic variables RX J1015.5+0904 and V405 Auriga (RX J0558+5353). SZKODY P., ARMSTRONG J. and FRIED R.
2000PASP..112..873W 123 262 Magnetism in isolated and binary white dwarfs. (Invited review). WICKRAMASINGHE D.T. and FERRARIO L.
1999A&A...347...47B viz 83 51 Identification of soft high galactic latitude RASS X-ray sources. II. Sources with PSPC count rate CR <0.5cts/s. BEUERMANN K., THOMAS H.-C., REINSCH K., et al.
1999A&A...352..167M 7 6 Locating the emission line regions in polars. II. Doppler imaging of BL Hydri. MENNICKENT R.E., DIAZ M.P. and ARENAS J.
1999AGAb...15...25K 73 T                   2 0 The accretion streams in UZ For and V1309 Ori. KUBE J., GAENSICKE B.T. and BEUERMANN K.
1999MmSAI..70..547D 31 5 UV observations of magnetic cataclysmic variables. DE MARTINO D.
1999PASP..111..177H 10 5 Extreme ultraviolet and optical observations of the AM Herculis type cataclysmic variable V884 Herculis (RX J1802.1+1804). HASTINGS N.C., SZKODY P., HOARD D.W., et al.
1998A&A...332..904D 110 T K                 3 10 BeppoSAX observations of the long period polar system
V1309 Ori.
DE MARTINO D., BARCAROLI R., MATT G., et al.
1998A&A...338..465S 13 20 The new long-period AM Herculis system RX J0203.8+2959. SCHWARZ R., SCHWOPE A.D., BEUERMANN K., et al.
1998A&A...339..518B 145 134 Are the red dwarfs in cataclysmic variables main-sequence stars? BEUERMANN K., BARAFFE I., KOLB U., et al.
1998A&AS..129...83R viz 415 231 Catalogue of cataclysmic binaries, low-mass X-ray binaries and related objects (Sixth edition). RITTER H. and KOLB U.
1998MNRAS.295..353C 10 11 Polarimetry of QQ Vul. CROPPER M.
1998MNRAS.295..899B 10 8 Polarimetry of the eclipsing polar RX J0929.1-2404. BUCKLEY D.A.H., FERRARIO L., WICKRAMASINGHE D.T., et al.
1998MNRAS.299..998B 10 4 A ROSAT observation of the dipping, flaring and eclipsing polar MN Hya (RX J0929.1-2404). BUCKLEY D.A.H., BARRETT P.E., HABERL F., et al.
1998MNRAS.301..767S 69 169 The secondary stars in cataclysmic variables and low-mass X-ray binaries. SMITH D.A. and DHILLON V.S.
1997A&A...319..894S 2 9 80 Phase-resolved high-resolution spectrophotometry of the eclipsing polar HU Aquarii. SCHWOPE A.D., MANTEL K.-H. and HORNE K.
1997ApJ...486.1006S 16 7 The ultraviolet spectrum of the magnetic cataclysmic variable RX J1802.1+1804. SHRADER C.R., SINGH K.P. and BARRETT P.
1997IBVS.4471....1K viz 777 39 The 73rd name-list of variable stars. KAZAROVETS E.V. and SAMUS N.N.
1997MNRAS.288.1033H 72 T                   16 15 Infrared spectroscopy of the long-period polar
RX J0515.6+ 0105.
HARROP-ALLIN M.K., CROPPER M., POTTER S.B., et al.
1997MNRAS.291..321C 5 4 The orbital period of RX J1141.3-6410. CIESLINSKI D. and STEINER J.E.
1997PASP..109..345D viz 1017 120 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables-second edition. DOWNES R., WEBBINK R.F. and SHARA M.M.
1997PASP..109..441H viz 2379 53 Secondary photometric standards for northern cataclysmic variables and related objects. HENDEN A.A. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
1996AJ....112..289S 7 19 IUE observations of four known/suspected magnetic cataclysmic variables. SZKODY P. and SILBER A.
1996Ap&SS.241..263W 42 29 Torques and instabilities in intermediate polars. WARNER B.
1996ApJ...456..777W 10 8 BT Monocerotis: another extraordinary old nova. WHITE II J.C., SCHLEGEL E.M. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
1996ApJ...468..883S 12 27 Hubble Space Telescope time-resolved ultraviolet spectroscopy of ST Leonis Minoris and UZ Fornacis: resolving the accretion stream. STOCKMAN H.S. and SCHMIDT G.D.
1996MNRAS.283L.127S 4 11 EUVE J1429-38.0 : an eclipsing polar. STOBIE R.S., OKEKE P.N., BUCKLEY D.A.H., et al.
1995Ap&SS.230..131B 22 1 Magnetic cataclysmic variables : optical counterparts of X-ray and EUV sources. BUCKLEY D.A.H.
1995ApJ...440..834W 108 T K                 8 23 The long-period AM Herculis-like cataclysmic variable
RX J051541+0104.6.
WALTER F.M., WOLK S.J. and ADAMS N.R.
1995ApJ...443..319S 109 T K                 6 34
RX J0515.6+0105: an unusual, eclipsing, magnetic cataclysmic variable.
SHAFTER A.W., REINSCH K., BEUERMAN K., et al.
1995ApJ...453..446F 110 T K                 1 8 Properties of the exceptionally long-period AM Herculis system
RX J0515.41+0104.6.
FRANK J., LASOTA J.-P. and CHANMUGAM G.
1995MNRAS.275L..61B 74 T                   3 22 Polarimetry of the exceptionally long-period eclipsing polar RX J0515.6+0105. BUCKLEY D.A.H. and SHAFTER A.W.
1994ApJ...435L.141G 108 T K                 7 30
RJ 051542+0104.7: a new magnetic, eclipsing, cataclysmic variable.
GARNAVICH P.M., SZKODY P., ROBB R.M., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1514S 72 T                   1 ~ RX J0515.6+0105: an AM Her system with an 8 hour period? SHAFTER A.W., et al.
1994BAAS...26Q.934W 1 ~ A most unusual, highly X-ray-variable cataclysmic variable. WALTER F.M., WOLK S.J., ADAMS N., et al.

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