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The RS CVn Binaries and Binaries with Similar Properties

  • Douglas S. Hall (a1)

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This paper will review reasonably thoroughly and comprehensively the many observational properties of the remarkable RS CVn-type binaries. In addition this paper will show that many of these same properties are observed in other types of binary systems.

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