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16 August 2022
 
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RX J0944.5+0357: A Probable Intermediate Polar
Patrick A. Woudt ; Brian Warner ;
Date 30 Dec 2002
Journal Astrophys.Space Sci. 288 (2003) 573-580
Subject astro-ph
AffiliationUniv. of Cape Town) and Brian Warner (Univ. of Cape Town
AbstractFrom optical photometry the cataclysmic variable RX J0944.5+0357 is shown to have a double-peaked pulse profile with a period of ~2160 s. The two peaks vary rapidly in relative amplitude. Often most of the optical power is concentrated in the first harmonic of the 2160s modulation: RX J0944.5+0357 therefore probably belongs to the relatively rare class of two-pole accreting intermediate polars exemplified by YY Dra and V405 Aur.
Source arXiv, astro-ph/0301594
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