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The asymmetric light curves of the GSC 2764 1417 (And), GSC 3355 0394 (Per) and GSC 2537 0520 (Psc)

  • Ronald G. Samec (a1), Evan R. Figg (a1), Reid Melton (a1), Christa M. Labadorf (a1), Jess Miller (a1), Robert McKenzie (a1), Danny R. Faulkner (a2) and Walter Van Hamme (a3)...

Abstract

Solar-type variability is enhanced in short period close binaries with increased dynamo driven activity. This activity is studied in our analysis of recent light curves taken of the newly discovered eclipsing binaries GSC 2764 1417 (And), GSC 3355 0394 (Per) and GSC 2537 0775 (CVn).

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