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Simultaneous infrared and optical photometry of the Eclipsing Dwarf Nova V2051 Ophiuchi

  • D. J. Watts (a1) and R. D. Watson (a2)


A complete orbital light-curve of V2051 Oph in the IR H band is presented, together with a second eclipse in the J band. Simultaneous Rc band data were obtained. Eclipse depths in Rc, J and H are 1.8 mag, 1.0 mag and 0.8 mag respectively. No evidence for ellipsoidal variations due to the secondary was seen and constraints on the secondary are discussed.



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