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Nova Scorpii 1941 (V697 Sco): A Probable Intermediate Polar
Brian Warner ; Patrick A. Woudt ;
Date 21 Oct 2002
Subject astro-ph
AffiliationUniv. of Cape Town) and Patrick A. Woudt (Univ. of Cape Town
AbstractV697 Sco, the remnant of Nova Scorpii 1941 and currently at V ~ 20.0, is found from photometric observations to have the characteristics of an intermediate polar (IP) with an orbital period (Porb) of 4.49 h and a rotation period (Prot) of 3.31 h. It therefore appears to be a member of the rare class of IPs where Prot ~ Porb, which are probably discless systems. The prominence of the modulation at 0.5 Prot, and its orbital sidebands, indicates two-pole accretion.
Source arXiv, astro-ph/0210458
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