Peremennye Zvezdy

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Peremennye Zvezdy

 

collections of articles published by the Astronomical Council of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Begun in 1928 by a group of amateur astronomers and physicists in Nizhny Novgorod, the collections have been published since 1946 in Moscow (until 1971 as a bulletin). They include results of studies of variable stars, quasars, X-ray sources, and other cosmic objects exhibiting unstable behavior, as well as methodological and theoretical work connected with these objects. By the beginning of 1975, a total of 141 issues and six supplements had appeared.

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(4) Khruslov A., Peremennye Zvezdy Prilozhenie, 5, 4 (2005)
We thank Wolfgang Renz for locating a copy of the paper from Peremennye Zvezdy Prilozhenie and Dennis Kruchinin for translating it from the Russian.
(12) Wils P., Peremennye Zvezdy Prilozhenie, 9, 19 (2009)