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An ASCA Observation of the Eclipsing Dwarf Nova HT Cas

  • K. Mukai (a1), E. M. Schlegel (a1) (a2), J. H. Swank (a1), T. Naylor (a3) and Janet H. Wood (a3)...

Abstract

We report on a 1-day ASCA observation of the eclipsing dwarf nova HT Cas. We confirm the presence of an X-ray eclipse, which is narrow and deep. The data are consistent with the X-rays originating entirely from the immediate neighborhood of the white dwarf. We draw some preliminary conclusions on the boundary layer and other relevant issues.

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