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An Optical Study of the Field of EUVE J1027+323: Discovery of a QSO and a Hidden Hot White Dwarf

  • Ricardo Génova (a1) (a2), Stuart Bowyer (a1), Stéphane Vennes (a1), Richard Lieu (a1), J. Patrick Henry (a3), John E. Beckman (a2) and Isabella Gioia (a3) (a4)...

Abstract

We have carried out optical and Far UV studies of the field around the EUV source EUVE J1027+323. We find two sources which contribute to this flux which are spatially unresolvable with EUVE. One is a non-cataloged QSO and one is a “hidden” hot white dwarf. Reasonable scenarios ascribe the majority of the flux to the white dwarf.

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