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High Speed Optical Photometry of LMXBs and CVs

  • Paul A. Mason (a1), Edward L. Robinson (a2), Sebastian Gomez (a1), Emmanuel Gonzalez (a1), Isaac D. Lopez (a1), Lorena Monroy (a1) and Alex Price (a1)...

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High speed photometry of several accreting binaries was obtained using the McDonald Observatory 2.1m telescope and ARGOS CCD photometer. A broad-band filter (BVR) was used in order to maximize flux and maintain a short (1-10s) integration time on faint targets. Such observations obtained over several years allow for variability study over time scales covering many orders of magnitude. Observations and analysis for several binaries are summarized.

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High Speed Optical Photometry of LMXBs and CVs

  • Paul A. Mason (a1), Edward L. Robinson (a2), Sebastian Gomez (a1), Emmanuel Gonzalez (a1), Isaac D. Lopez (a1), Lorena Monroy (a1) and Alex Price (a1)...

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