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1993A&A...271L..25S 78 T                   2 57 Discovery of the bright eclipsing polar RXJ 2107.9-0518. SCHWOPE A.D., THOMAS H.-C. and BEUERMANN K.
1993A&A...279L...5K 9 22 The period distribution of cataclysmic binaries evolving without braking. KOLB U. and DE KOOL M.
1993MNRAS.260...77P viz 480 314 The ROSAT Wide Field Camera all-sky survey of extreme-ultraviolet sources. I. The bright source catalogue. POUNDS K.A., ALLAN D.J., BARBER C., et al.
1993MNRAS.263...61H 10 1 43 The discovery of a new bright eclipsing AM Her system. HAKALA P.J., WATSON M.G., VILHU O., et al.
1993MNRAS.265L..29W 9 13 Discovery of another AM Her variable in the period gap. WICKRAMASINGHE D.T., FERRARIO L., BAILEY J.A., et al.
1993PASP..105..387S 394 19 An optical atlas of ROSAT wide field camara EUV sources. SHARA M.M., SHARA D.J. and McLEAN B.
1993IAUC.5891....1S 71 T                   1 ~ RX J2107.9-0518. SHAKHOVSKOJ N.M. and KOLESNIKOV S.V.
1994AJ....107..751M viz 360 105 Extreme ultraviolet Explorer bright source list. MALINA R.F., MARSHALL H.L., ANTIA B., et al.
1994AJ....108.2207B 44 17 A microwave survey of magnetic cataclysmic variables. BEASLEY A.J., BASTIAN T.S., BALL L., et al.
1994ApJ...424..955S 9 29 1H 1752+081 : an eclipsing cataclysmic variable with a small accretion disk. SILBER A.D., REMILLARD R.A., HORNE K., et al.
1994ApJ...424..967G 110 T K                 3 42 A broad observational study of the eclipsing magnetic cataclysmic variable
RE 2107-05.
1994MNRAS.270..692R 1 18 92 ROSAT observations of AN UMa and MR Ser: the status of the soft X-ray excess in AM Her stars. RAMSAY G., MASON K.O., CROPPER M., et al.
1994MmSAI..65..183K 3 3 The evolution of magnetic cataclysmic variables : recent developments. KING A.R.
1994Obs...114..212H 28 7 Interacting binary stars. HILDITCH R.W.
1995A&A...296..164H 42   K                 2 38 Accretion stream mapping in eclipsing polars. An application of MEM and genetic optimisation. HAKALA P.J.
1995A&AS..114..465K viz 335 14 A ROSAT XUV pointed phase source catalogue. KREYSING H.-C., BRUNNER H. and STAUBERT R.
1995ApJ...443..319S 1 6 34 RX J0515.6+0105: an unusual, eclipsing, magnetic cataclysmic variable. SHAFTER A.W., REINSCH K., BEUERMAN K., et al.
1995ApJ...455..260W 22 28 X-ray emission from magnetic cataclysmic variables and white dwarf mass estimates. WU K., CHANMUGAM G. and SHAVIV G.
1995MNRAS.273..681W 1 12 38 Optical properties of the new polar RX J1940.2-1025. WATSON M.G., ROSEN S.R., O'DONOGHUE D., et al.
1995MNRAS.274.1165P viz 503 152 The ROSAT Wide Field Camera all-sky survey of extreme-ultraviolet sources - II. The 2RE Source Catalogue. PYE J.P., McGALE P.A., ALLAN D.J., et al.
1995MNRAS.274.1194M viz 199 62 Optical identification of EUV sources from the ROSAT Wide Field Camera all-sky survey. MASON K.O., HASSALL B.J.M., BROMAGE G.E., et al.
1995PASP..107..667S 66 17 BVRI photometry of candidate EUV ROSAT sources. SCHWARTZ R.D., DAWKINS D., FINDLEY D., et al.
1995IBVS.4140....1K viz 490 27 The 72nd name-list of variable stars. KAZAROVETS E.V. and SAMUS N.N.
1995PASA...12...66F 5 0 The magnetic field of 1H1752+08. FERRARIO L., WICKRAMASINGHE D.T., BAILEY J., et al.
1995PASA...12..165W 48 3 On the statistics of AM Herculis binaries. WU K., WICKRAMASINGHE D.T. and LI J.
1996A&A...313..833T 1 4 14 RX J1957.1-5738: a new low-field polar discovered with ROSAT. THOMAS H.-C., BEUERMANN K., SCHWOPE A.D., et al.
1996ApJ...468..883S 12 27 Hubble Space Telescope time-resolved ultraviolet spectroscopy of ST Leonis Minoris and UZ Fornacis: resolving the accretion stream. STOCKMAN H.S. and SCHMIDT G.D.
1996MNRAS.280.1121R 13 14 Accretion mode changes in QS Tel (RE 1938-461) : EUVE, ROSAT and optical observations. ROSEN S.R., MITTAZ J.P.D., BUCKLEY D.A., et al.
1996MNRAS.282..362S 31 9 The system parameters of the polars MR Ser and ST LMi. SHAHBAZ T. and WOOD J.H.
1996MNRAS.282..726R 5 11 Optical polarization and X-ray data on the AM Her star RE J1844-74. RAMSAY G., CROPPER M., WU K., et al.
1996MNRAS.282.1211S 36 63 Infrared colours, distance determination and absolute magnitudes of a sample of faint cataclysmic variables. SPROATS L.N., HOWELL S.B. and MASON K.O.
1997A&A...319..894S 110 T K                 9 80 Phase-resolved high-resolution spectrophotometry of the eclipsing polar HU Aquarii. SCHWOPE A.D., MANTEL K.-H. and HORNE K.
1997A&A...320..181S 4 5 On the mass of the white dwarf in UZ Fornacis. SCHWOPE A.D., MENGEL S. and BEUERMANN K.
1997ApJ...486.1006S 16 7 The ultraviolet spectrum of the magnetic cataclysmic variable RX J1802.1+1804. SHRADER C.R., SINGH K.P. and BARRETT P.
1997MNRAS.287..293M viz 32 8 Evidence for a new class of extreme ultraviolet sources. MAOZ D., OFEK E.O. and SHEMI A.
1997MNRAS.288.1033H 16 15 Infrared spectroscopy of the long-period polar RX J0515.6+ 0105. HARROP-ALLIN M.K., CROPPER M., POTTER S.B., et al.
1997PASP..109..345D viz 1017 120 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables-second edition. DOWNES R., WEBBINK R.F. and SHARA M.M.
1997PASP..109..441H viz 2379 53 Secondary photometric standards for northern cataclysmic variables and related objects. HENDEN A.A. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
1997PASP..109..998S viz 540 6 An optical atlas of extreme ultraviolet explorer (EUVE) sources. SHARA M.M., BERGERON L.E., CHRISTIAN C.A., et al.
1998A&A...331..262B 9 20 A new ROSAT discovered polar near the lower period limit: RX J1015.5+0904 in Leonis. BURWITZ V., REINSCH K., SCHWOPE A.D., et al.
1998A&A...335..467T viz 393 68 Identification of soft high galactic latitude RASS X-ray sources. I. A complete count-rate limited sample. THOMAS H.-C., BEUERMANN K., REINSCH K., et al.
1998A&A...336..191G 9 15 The X-ray stream-eclipsing polar RX J1802.1+1804. GREINER J., REMILLARD R.A. and MOTCH C.
1998A&A...338..465S 13 20 The new long-period AM Herculis system RX J0203.8+2959. SCHWARZ R., SCHWOPE A.D., BEUERMANN K., et al.
1998A&A...338..933G 3 5 55 HST/GHRS observations of AM Herculis. GAENSICKE B.T., HOARD D.W., BEUERMANN K., et al.
1998A&A...339..518B 145 134 Are the red dwarfs in cataclysmic variables main-sequence stars? BEUERMANN K., BARAFFE I., KOLB U., et al.
1998A&AS..129...83R viz 415 231 Catalogue of cataclysmic binaries, low-mass X-ray binaries and related objects (Sixth edition). RITTER H. and KOLB U.
1998ApJ...501..830I 1 2 10 High-state observations of the eclipsing AM Herculis object UZ Fornacis. IMAMURA J.N. and STEIMAN-CAMERON T.Y.
1998ApJ...504..450C 3 5 54 The relative contributions to the near-infrared emission in short-period cataclysmic variables. CIARDI D.R., HOWELL S.B., HAUSCHILDT P.H., et al.
1998ApJ...506..824S 1 11 35 The three-dimensional structure of extreme-ultraviolet accretion regions in AM Herculis stars: modeling of extreme-ultraviolet photometric and spectroscopic observations. SIRK M.M. and HOWELL S.B.
1998MNRAS.295..353C 10 11 Polarimetry of QQ Vul. CROPPER M.
1998MNRAS.295..899B 10 8 Polarimetry of the eclipsing polar RX J0929.1-2404. BUCKLEY D.A.H., FERRARIO L., WICKRAMASINGHE D.T., et al.
1998MNRAS.299..998B 10 4 A ROSAT observation of the dipping, flaring and eclipsing polar MN Hya (RX J0929.1-2404). BUCKLEY D.A.H., BARRETT P.E., HABERL F., et al.
1998MNRAS.301..767S 69 169 The secondary stars in cataclysmic variables and low-mass X-ray binaries. SMITH D.A. and DHILLON V.S.
1998PASP..110.1383W 16 0 The Annapolis workshop on magnetic cataclysmic variables. (Conference highlights). WARNER B.
1999A&A...352..167M 7 6 Locating the emission line regions in polars. II. Doppler imaging of BL Hydri. MENNICKENT R.E., DIAZ M.P. and ARENAS J.
1999AJ....117.1014H 36   K                 12 7 The relationship between ultraviolet line emission and magnetic field strength in magnetic cataclysmic variables. HOWELL S.B., CASH J., MASON K.O., et al.
1999AJ....117.2494S 6 2 ROSAT high resolution imager observations of three magnetic cataclysmic variables: EP Draconis, EUVE J2115-58, and AR Ursae majoris. SCHLEGEL E.M.
1999AJ....118.2547K 39 97 Evidence for large-scale structure at z ~ 2.4 from Lyα imaging. KEEL W.C., COHEN S.H., WINDHORST R.A., et al.
1999ApJ...525..407S 1 4 23 Accretion in the high-field magnetic cataclysmic variable AR Ursae majoris. SCHMIDT G.D., HOARD D.W., SZKODY P., et al.
1999ApJS..120..277E 1 23 116 Iron line diagnostics of the postshock hot plasma in magnetic cataclysmic variables observed with ASCA. EZUKA H. and ISHIDA M.
1999MNRAS.302..362H 1 3 14 Indirect imaging of the accretion stream in eclipsing polars - I. Method and tests. HARROP-ALLIN M.K., HAKALA P.J. and CROPPER M.
1999MNRAS.304..145H 111 T K                 3 25 Modelling of the magnetic accretion flow in HU Aquarii. HEERLEIN C., HORNE K. and SCHWOPE A.D.
1999MNRAS.308..807H 111 T K                 3 26 Indirect imaging of the accretion stream in eclipsing polars - II. HU Aquarii. HARROP-ALLIN M.K., CROPPER M., HAKALA P.J., et al.
1999MNRAS.309.1034K 6 7 144 Brown dwarfs and the cataclysmic variable period minimum. KOLB U. and BARAFFE I.
1999MNRAS.310..123C 7 14 Mapping the secondary star in QQ Vulpeculae. CATALAN M.S., SCHWOPE A.D. and SMITH R.C.
1999MNRAS.310..189F 7 18 Accretion funnels in AM Herculis systems - I. Model characteristics. FERRARIO L. and WEHRSE R.
1999PASP..111..177H 10 5 Extreme ultraviolet and optical observations of the AM Herculis type cataclysmic variable V884 Herculis (RX J1802.1+1804). HASTINGS N.C., SZKODY P., HOARD D.W., et al.
1999PASP..111..532S 1 39 142 White dwarfs in cataclysmic variables. (Invited review). SION E.M.
1999MmSAI..70..547D 31 5 UV observations of magnetic cataclysmic variables. DE MARTINO D.
1999Obs...119...53S 2 0 An X-ray and optical study of AM Herculis systems. (Thesis abstract). SOHL K.
2000A&A...356..490K 2 3 18 Eclipse mapping of the accretion stream in UZ Fornacis. KUBE J., GAENSICKE B.T. and BEUERMANN K.
2000A&A...358..417M 155 10 Cataclysmic variables as sources of gravitational waves. MELIANI M.T., DE ARAUJO J.C.N. and AGUIAR O.D.
2000ApJ...532L..13T 3 11 99 Superwind model of extended lyα emitters at high redshift. TANIGUCHI Y. and SHIOYA Y.
2000ApJ...537..927T 6 4 The new long-period AM Herculis system RX J2157.5+0855. TOVMASSIAN G.H., GREINER J., SCHWOPE A.D., et al.
2000MNRAS.313..533S 2 4 30 Multi-epoch Doppler tomography and polarimetry of QQ Vul. SCHWOPE A.D., CATALAN M.S., BEUERMANN K., et al.
2000PASP..112..343B 3 4 EUVE observations of the magnetic cataclysmic variable QQ Vulpeculae. BELLE K.E., HOWELL S.B. and MILLS A.
2000PASP..112..873W 123 262 Magnetism in isolated and binary white dwarfs. (Invited review). WICKRAMASINGHE D.T. and FERRARIO L.
2000AN....321....1S viz 15       D               2098 181 The ROSAT Bright Survey: II. Catalogue of all high-galactic latitude RASS sources with PSPC countrate CR > 0.2/s. SCHWOPE A.D., HASINGER G., LEHMANN I., et al.
2001A&A...374..588S 1 5 21 System parameters of the long-period polar V1309 Ori. STAUDE A., SCHWOPE A.D. and SCHWARZ R.
2001A&A...375..419S 115 T K                 3 45 The soft X-ray eclipses of
HU Aqr.
2001A&A...379..199T 4 3 The new AM Her system RX J0704.2+6203. Northern twin of BL Hydri. TOVMASSIAN G.H., SZKODY P., GREINER J., et al.
2001AJ....121..482H 1 3 16 Infrared observations of AR Ursae majoris: modeling the ellipsoidal variations. HOWELL S.B., GELINO D.M. and HARRISON T.E.
2001ApJ...548..410S 11 28 Time-resolved Hubble space telescope spectroscopy of four eclipsing magnetic cataclysmic variables. SCHMIDT G.D. and STOCKMAN H.S.
2001ApJS..133....1U viz 1480 70 The ASCA medium sensitivity survey (the GIS catalog project): source catalog. UEDA Y., ISHISAKI Y., TAKAHASHI T., et al.
2001MNRAS.322..269V 111 T K                 2 11 Accretion stream mapping of HU Aquarii. VRIELMANN S. and SCHWOPE A.D.
2001MNRAS.324..899P 2 4 31 High-speed energy-resolved STJ photometry of the eclipsing binary UZ For. PERRYMAN M.A.C., CROPPER M., RAMSAY G., et al.
2001MNRAS.326..788H 110 T K                 4 7 Indirect imaging of the accretion stream in eclipsing polars - III. HU Aquarii low state. HARROP-ALLIN M.K., POTTER S.B. and CROPPER M.
2001PASP..113..764D viz 1714 210 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables: the living edition. DOWNES R.A., WEBBINK R.F., SHARA M.M., et al.
2001ExA....11..157S 2 3 20 Optima: a photon counting high-speed photometer. STRAUBMEIER C., KANBACH G. and SCHREY F.
2002A&A...392..505S 17 11 A new two-pole accretion polar: RX J1846.9+5538. SCHWARZ R., GREINER J., TOVMASSIAN G.H., et al.
2002AJ....123..420H 110 T K                 4 8 Simultaneous extreme-ultraviolet and infrared observations of the eclipsing polar
HU Aquarii.
2002ApJ...565..511H viz 521 66 Infrared properties of cataclysmic variables in the 2 micron all-sky survey second incremental data release. HOARD D.W., WACHTER S., CLARK L.L., et al.
2002ApJS..140..265P viz 295 80 The WARPS survey. VI. Galaxy cluster and source identifications from phase I. PERLMAN E.S., HORNER D.J., JONES L.R., et al.
2002MNRAS.331..488S 3 2 Indirect imaging of the accretion stream in eclipsing polars - IV. V895 Cen. SALVI N., RAMSAY G., CROPPER M., et al.
2002MNRAS.334..990H 1 1 5 3D eclipse mapping in AM Herculis systems -`genetically modified fireflies'. HAKALA P., CROPPER M. and RAMSAY G.
2002MNRAS.335....1W 14 30 Cataclysmic variable evolution: AM Her binaries and the period gap. WEBBINK R.F. and WICKRAMASINGHE D.T.
2002MNRAS.336.1129B 111 T K                 5 21 STJ observations of the eclipsing polar
HU Aqr.
2002INGN....6...25D 5 1 ULTRACAM successfully commissioned on the WHT. DHILLON V., MARSCH T. (The Ultracam Team)
2003A&A...400.1209R 37   K                 6 7 Temperature determination via STJ optical spectroscopy. REYNOLDS A.P., DE BRUIJNE J.H.J., PERRYMAN M.A.C., et al.
2003A&A...402..201S 111 T K                 4 9 Cyclotron spectroscopy of
HU Aquarii.
2003A&A...403..247F viz 1216 44 A systematic study of X-ray variability in the ROSAT all-sky survey. FUHRMEISTER B. and SCHMITT J.H.M.M.
2003ApJ...590.1041C 2 5 41 Bowen fluorescence from the companion star in X1822-371. CASARES J., STEEGHS D., HYNES R.I., et al.
2003ApJ...597..479M 11 17 X-ray variability of the magnetic cataclysmic variable V1432 Aquilae and the Seyfert galaxy NGC 6814. MUKAI K., HELLIER C., MADEJSKI G., et al.
2003MNRAS.340....1K 19 8 UBVRI photopolarimetry of the long-period eclipsing AM Herculis binary V1309 Ori. KATAJAINEN S., PIIROLA V., RAMSAY G., et al.
2003MNRAS.341..129W 74 T                   12 34 Roche tomography of cataclysmic variables - II. Images of the secondary stars in AM Her, QQ Vul, IP Peg and
HU Aqr.
2003MNRAS.341..863B 7 8 Variability of the accretion stream in the eclipsing polar EP Dra. BRIDGE C.M., CROPPER M., RAMSAY G., et al.
2003Ap.....46..114K 37 5 Cataclysmic variables in the "period gap". KATYSHEVA N.A. and PAVLENKO E.P.
2003Ap.....46..191P 9 3 Multicolor photometric study of the nova V1494 Aql in 2002. PAVLENKO E.P., DUDKA O.I. and BAKLANOV A.V.
2004MNRAS.347..497R 40 46 The energy balance of polars revisited. RAMSAY G. and CROPPER M.
2004MNRAS.348..316P 1 4 17 Stokes imaging, Doppler mapping and Roche tomography of the AM Herculis system V834 Cen. POTTER S.B., ROMERO-COLMENERO E., WATSON C.A., et al.
2004MNRAS.349..869D 17 36 Excess mid-infrared emission in cataclysmic variables. DUBUS G., CAMPBELL R., KERN B., et al.
2004MNRAS.351.1099C 20 25 Timing analysis of the isolated neutron star RX J0720.4-3125 revisited. CROPPER M., HABERL F., ZANE S., et al.
2004MNRAS.351.1423B 37   K                 2 1 Accretion stream mapping with `genetically modified fireflies'. BRIDGE C.M., HAKALA P., CROPPER M., et al.
2004MNRAS.354..773R 2 4 XMM-Newton observations of the eclipsing polar EP Dra. RAMSAY G., BRIDGE C.M., CROPPER M., et al.
2004AN....325..189W 7 7 Roche tomography of the secondary stars in CVs. WATSON C.A. and DHILLON V.S.
2004AN....325..197S 5 9 Indirect iamging of polars. SCHWOPE A.D., STAUDE A., VODEL J., et al.
2004AN....325..201P 4 0 Stokes imaging and Doppler mapping of the magnetic cataclysmic variable V834 Cen. POTTER S., ROMERO-COLMENERO E. and BUCKLEY D.A.H.
2004AN....325..214R 2 1 Spectroscopic and polarimetric observations of QS Tel. ROMERO-COLMENERO E., POTTER S.B. and BUCKLEY D.A.H.
2004PASJ...56S.125K 29 12 V1494 Aql : eclipsing fast nova with an unusual orbital light curve. KATO T., ISHIOKA R., UEMURA M., et al.
2004AAS...205.1918C 7 1 Low resolution infrared spectroscopy of polars. CAMPBELL R.K. and HARRISON T.E.
2005A&A...435..225R 1 2 7 High-speed, energy-resolved STJ observations of the AM Her system V2301 Oph. REYNOLDS A.P., RAMSAY G., DE BRUIJNE J.H.J., et al.
2005A&A...444..213S 1 10 22 Doppler tomography of the asynchronous polar BY Camelopardalis. SCHWARZ R., SCHWOPE A.D., STAUDE A., et al.
2005ApJ...620..422S 1 6 17 Unraveling the puzzle of the eclipsing polar SDSS J015543.40+002807.2 with XMM and optical photometry/spectropolarimetry. SCHMIDT G.D., SZKODY P., HOMER L., et al.
2005ApJ...622..589A 47 76 Far-ultraviolet spectroscopy of magnetic cataclysmic variables. ARAUJO-BETANCOR S., GANSICKE B.T., LONG K.S., et al.
2005ApJ...635.1263W 6 3 41 Angular momentum losses and the orbital period distribution of cataclysmic variables below the period gap: effects of circumbinary disks. WILLEMS B., KOLB U., SANDQUIST E.L., et al.
2005MNRAS.364..565P 5 2 Photopolarimetric observations of the new eclipsing polar CTCVJ1928-5001. POTTER S.B., AUGUSTEIJN T. and TAPPERT C.
2006MNRAS.371..727P 4 2 Photometric and polarimetric observations of the eclipsing polar SDSS J205017.84-053626.8. POTTER S.B., O'DONOGHUE D., ROMERO-COLMENERO E., et al.
2006MNRAS.372..151O 6 5 64 First science with the Southern African Large Telescope: peering at the accreting polar caps of the eclipsing polar SDSS J015543.40+002807.2. O'DONOGHUE D., BUCKLEY D.A.H., BALONA L.A., et al.
2006MNRAS.373..484K 180 176 The donor stars of cataclysmic variables. KNIGGE C.
2007NewA...12..446A viz 15       D               115 25 A new absolute magnitude calibration with 2MASS for cataclysmic variables. AK T., BILIR S., AK S., et al.
2007MNRAS.379.1209R 75           X         2 10 10 XMM-Newton observations of the eclipsing polar V2301 Oph. RAMSAY G. and CROPPER M.
2007MNRAS.382.1105W 38           X         1 20 22 Roche tomography of cataclysmic variables - IV. Star-spots and slingshot prominences on BV Cen. WATSON C.A., STEEGHS D., SHAHBAZ T., et al.
2008A&A...485..787V 38           X         1 6 11 The serendipituous discovery of a short-period eclipsing polar in 2XMMp. VOGEL J., BYCKLING K., SCHWOPE A., et al.
2008MNRAS.388.1111P 38           X         1 122 10 Cluster AgeS Experiment (CASE): deficiency of observed dwarf novae in globular clusters. PIETRUKOWICZ P., KALUZNY J., SCHWARZENBERG-CZERNY A., et al.
2008NewA...13..133A viz 15       D               459 29 Spatial distribution and galactic model parameters of cataclysmic variables. AK T., BILIR S., AK S., et al.
2008AJ....136.1857R 38           X         1 9 4 Orbit-resolved photometry and echelle spectroscopy of the cataclysmic variable ST LMi during a 2007 high state. ROBERTSON J.W., HOWELL S.B., HONEYCUTT R.K., et al.
2008ApJ...688.1302K 38           X         1 8 11 New complexities in the low-state line profiles of AM Herculis. KAFKA S., RIBEIRO T., BAPTISTA R., et al.
2009ApJ...690.1753O 38           X         1 14 9 New X-ray observations of the old nova CP Puppis and of the more recent nova V351 Puppis. ORIO M., MUKAI K., BIANCHINI A., et al.
2009ApJ...693.1007T 15       D               1 56 83 Cataclysmic variable primary effective temperatures: constraints on binary angular momentum loss. TOWNSLEY D.M. and GANSICKE B.T.
2009A&A...496..833S 1246 T   A     X C       31 5 33 Hunting high and low: XMM monitoring of the eclipsing polar
HU Aquarii.
2009ApJ...701.1091G 15       D               1 71 7 A far ultraviolet spectroscopic explorer survey of high-declination dwarf novae. GODON P., SION E.M., BARRETT P.E., et al.
2009ApJS..184..138H viz 15       D               2 20671 30 XID II: statistical cross-association of ROSAT bright source catalog X-ray sources with 2MASS point source catalog near-infrared sources. HAAKONSEN C.B. and RUTLEDGE R.E.
2009ApJ...706L..96Q 40           X         1 5 24 A substellar companion to the white dwarf-red dwarf eclipsing binary NN Ser. QIAN S.-B., DAI Z.-B., LIAO W.-P., et al.
2009A&A...507..385B 61     A     X         2 7 5 A long-term optical and X-ray ephemeris of the polar EK Ursae Majoris. BEUERMANN K., DIESE J., PAIK S., et al.
2010ApJ...708L..66Q 158           X         4 7 58 Detection of a giant extrasolar planet orbiting the eclipsing polar DP Leo. QIAN S.-B., LIAO W.-P., ZHU L.-Y., et al.
2010MNRAS.401.1151M viz 15       D               1 3443 20 The RASS-6dFGS catalogue: a sample of X-ray selected AGN from the 6dF galaxy survey. MAHONY E.K., CROOM S.M., BOYLE B.J., et al.
2010MNRAS.402.1161P 38           X         1 18 23 Polarized QPOs from the INTEGRAL polar IGRJ14536-5522 (=Swift J1453.4-5524). POTTER S.B., BUCKLEY D.A.H., O'DONOGHUE D., et al.
2010NewA...15..491A 15       D               2 196 9 The age of cataclysmic variables: A kinematical study. AK T., BILIR S., AK S., et al.
2010A&A...516A..76T 77         O X         2 18 10 X-ray spectroscopy and photometry of the long-period polar AI Trianguli with XMM-Newton. TRAULSEN I., REINSCH K., SCHWARZ R., et al.
2010A&A...519A..69A 15       D               1 85 9 Wavelet and R/S analysis of the X-ray flickering of cataclysmic variables. ANZOLIN G., TAMBURINI F., DE MARTINO D., et al.
2011A&A...526A..53B 82           X         2 6 60 The giant planet orbiting the cataclysmic binary DP Leonis. BEUERMANN K., BUHLMANN J., DIESE J., et al.
2011MNRAS.414L..16Q 1243 T K A D     X C F     30 8 80 Detection of a planetary system orbiting the eclipsing polar
HU Aqr.
QIAN S.-B., LIU L., LIAO W.-P., et al.
2011A&A...531A..34S 721 T   A S   X C       16 6 18 Dissecting the donor star in the eclipsing polar
HU Aquarii.
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