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Minimum of the lightcurve of the classical symbiotic star AS 338 in 1999', Astronomy letters 27, 1, 51-57, 2001
This model for He 2-104 is neither that of a symbiotic star nor that of a planetary nebula," they say.
2010 was another successful year for the Bronberg Observatory with 17 SN finds, a successful continuation of the faint CV and symbiotic star observing programmes and a valued participation in the microlens follow-up network.
Many of the people who sent me their notes seemed more fascinated by the symbiotic star near NGC 6441 than they were with the cluster itself.
4] The monitoring of faint symbiotic star systems in the Southern hemisphere was started in 2004 and turns out to be a very rewarding project.
2009 was another successful year for the Bronberg Observatory with 18 SN finds, a successful continuation of the faint CV and symbiotic star observing programmes and a valued participation in the microlens follow-up network.
2008 was another successful year for the Bronberg Observatory with 12 SN finds, a successful continuation of the faint CV and symbiotic star observing programmes and a valued participation in the microlens follow-up network.
2007 was another successful year for the Bronberg Observatory with 10 SN finds, a successful continuation of the symbiotic star observing programme and a more streamlined observing plan for CVs.
Astronomers agree that R Aquarii is a symbiotic star -- an interacting binary comprising a red giant and a white dwarf.
Stars that show such a combination-of-opposites spectrum are called symbiotic stars.
Abstract: Symbiotic stars are interacting binaries in which the first-formed white dwarf accretes and burns material from a red giant companion.
For all the different types of compact binary stars--cataclysmic variable, symbiotic stars, X-ray binaries, and binary pulsars to name a few--the evolution of all of them is driven by the common mechanism of angular momentum loss.