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The variability of T Tauri stars

  • W. Herbst (a1)

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For many years we have monitored the variability of some bright T Tauri stars with the 0.6 m “Perkin telescope” at Van Vleck Observatory. Collaborators in this endeavor have included several astronomers at the Crimea Astrophysical Observatory, at Capidomonte Observatory, at the U.S. Naval Observatory, and even some sophisticated amateurs.

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