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Spectral Investigations of UV Ceti-Type Flare Stars and Search for New Variables of this Type Carried out at Crimea

  • R. E. Gershberg, N. I. Shakhovskaya and E. Schöffel

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During last years, after Budapest Colloquium, flare star investigations have been continued at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory. The purpose of the investigations was to specify spectral features of flares, to research quantitatively spectra of the stars in quiet state and to search for new variables of this type.

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Spectral Investigations of UV Ceti-Type Flare Stars and Search for New Variables of this Type Carried out at Crimea

  • R. E. Gershberg, N. I. Shakhovskaya and E. Schöffel

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