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Changes in the Soft and Hard X-Ray Light Curves of the AM Her Object E1405−451

  • J.P. Osborne (a1), M. Cropper (a1) and S. Cristiani (a1)

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The preliminary results of EXOSAT and contemporaneous optical observations of E1405−451 (V834 Cen) in 1985 and 1986 are presented. In the latter of the two observations the soft X-ray light curve was observed to be quite different to that seen in all previous observations, but similar to the optical light curve and the new soft X-ray light curve of E2003+225. A phase shift of the broad soft X-ray eclipse was also observed. The hard X-ray and optical light curves have also undergone small changes.

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Changes in the Soft and Hard X-Ray Light Curves of the AM Her Object E1405−451

  • J.P. Osborne (a1), M. Cropper (a1) and S. Cristiani (a1)

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