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Paper: The Photometric Study of Nova Lacertae 1936 = CP Lac Between 2003 2005
Volume: 370, Solar and Stellar Physics Through Eclipses
Page: 324
Authors: Pavlenko, E.P.; Litvinchova, A.A.; Katysheva, N.A.; Shugarov, S.
Abstract: CP Lacertae = N Lac 1936 was discovered during the total solar eclipse of 1936. Based on the photometric observations during 29 nights in 2003–2005, we found the most prominent ~ 59-min high-amplitude (up to 0.m4) quasi-periodic light variations and 2.29(2) days periodic light modulation with an amplitude of 0.m2 possibly connected with the precession of the accretion disk. We show the existence of “near-orbital”, 0.143-day photometrical variability in our data set.
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