3 edition of HEAO 1-A1 observations of AM Herculis and related objects found in the catalog.
HEAO 1-A1 observations of AM Herculis and related objects
|Statement||by Richard H. Durisen and James N. Imanura.|
|Series||NASA-CR -- 170907., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-170907.|
|Contributions||Imamura, James N. 1952-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Get this from a library. HEAO 1-A1 observations of AM Herculis and related objects: [final technical report]. [Richard H Durisen; James N Imamura; United States.
National Aeronautics and. HEASARC support for unencrypted FTP access ended on September 20, Please see this notice for details. observations and numerical experiments. of many important astrophysical objects. This chapter is different from all the other chapters in the second part of the book, as we do not include.
It consists of a very compact star (a white dwarf) that is accreting gas from a companion star. Subsequent star systems of the same type are given their own names, but, as a class called AM Her-type objects.
Variable star objects are added to the General Catalog of Variable Stars as they are discovered and reported in the literature.
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