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1913HarCi.179....1L 25 3 25 New Variable Stars, Principally in Harvard Maps 39 and 45. LEAVITT H.S. and PICKERING E.C.
1925ApJ....61..389M 200 27 Discovery and observations of stars of class Be. MERRILL P.W., HUMASON M.L. and BURWELL C.G.
1938ApJ....88..228H 18 45 The present spectral characteristics of sixteen old novae. HUMASON M.L.
1945AJ.....51..136M 100 8 The space distribution of the novae. McLAUGHLIN D.B.
1950PASP...62...65P 5 0 The light-curves of T Coronae Borealis. PETTIT E.
1951AnAp...14..199B 124 1 Repartition des etoiles temporaires galactiques. BERTAUD C.
1953ApJ...118...27M 13 10 The red coronal line in the spectra of novae. McLAUGHLIN D.B.
1954PASP...66....5J 19 6 Variable stars of low luminosity. JOY A.H.
1954AnAp...17..243Z 16 3 Remarques sur le phenomene de Nova VII. ZUCKERMANN M.C.
1957ApJ...126...23G 11 46 Studies of the white dwarfs. III. The recurrent nova WZ Sge as a probable white dwarf. GREENSTEIN J.L.
1962SvA.....6..878A 45 ~ A list of Novae recommended for the determination of coordinates and proper motions. ARTYUKHINA N.M. and KHOLOPOV P.N.
1963AnAp...26..331E 7 6 Courbes de lumiere de RS Oph (1958) et de WZ Sge (1946). ESKIOGLU N.A.
1966IBVS..169....1J 67 T                   1 1 0
T Pyxidis.
1967AJ.....72.1094L 10 2 Louisiana State University Observatory Baton Rouge. LANDOLT A.U.
1969MNRAS.142..119C 69 T                   1 2 35 Nova
T Pyxdis.
1970PASP...82...86L 70 T                   1 1 18 Photometric and spectroscopic observations of nova
T Pyxidis.
1971AJ.....76..645Z 4 19 Wavelength dependence of polarization. XXII. Observations of novae. ZELLNER B. and MORRISON N.D.
1971ApJ...165..369M 18 54 Binary stars among cataclysmic variables. XII. Photoelectric observations from the southern hemisphere. MUMFORD G.S.
1971ATsir.606....5P 10 0 Possible ancient flares of V603 Aql and GK Per. PSKOVSKII Y.P.
1972ApJ...175L..69E 8 14 Optical studies of UHURU sources. II. IM Normae, a possible X-ray source. ELLIOT J.L. and LILLER W.
1972PASP...84..619Z 21 51 Polarization of light by circumstellar material. ZELLNER B.H. and SERKOWSKI K.
1972SvA....16...23P 11 11 Survey of stellar outbursts of the pre-telescopic era. PSKOVSKII Y.P.
1972SvA....16...32G 4 16 Formation of coronal lines in the spectra of novae 1. GORBATSKII V.G.
1975ApJ...202L..41H 14 14 The coronal line spectrum of AS 295. HERBIG G.H. and HOFFLEIT D.
1975JBAA...85..366H 2 0 The recurrent Nova RS Oph. HOWARTH I.D.
1976ApJ...203L..17E 1 9 47 Optical observations of the recurrent Nova associated with A0620-00: 1917-1975. EACHUS L.J., WRIGHT E.L. and LILLER W.
1977MNRAS.179..587W 17 29 High-speed photometry of symbiotic stars and recurrent novae. WALKER A.R.
1977PASP...89..574L 68 T                   1 3 10 Photoelectric observations of the novae
T Pyxidis, V400 Persei and NQ Vulpeculae.
1978MNRAS.184..893W 91 34 Radio observations of symbiotic stars. WRIGHT A.E. and ALLEN D.A.
1978PASP...90...57W 8 15 Probable identification of the recurrent Nova U Scorpii at minimum. WEBBINK R.F.
1978PASP...90..557W 26 15 Identifications and astrometric positions of old novae. WYCKOFF S. and WEHINGER P.A.
1980A&A....87...31O 5 18 The recent outburst of the dwarf nova WZ Sagittae. ORTOLANI S., RAFANELLI P., ROSINO L., et al.
1981MNRAS.196....1C 77 50 The HEAO-1 soft X-ray survey of cataclysmic variable stars. CORDOVA F.A., JENSEN K.A. and NUGENT J.J.
1981PASP...93..165D 92 142 Light curve types, absolute magnitudes, and physical properties of galactic novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1981MitAG..52...34B 69 T                   1 11 12 Die rekurrierende nova
T Pyx.
1982ApJ...261..170W 73 T                   1 3 63 Spectroscopic analysis of the extended shells around the novae CP Puppis and
T Pyxidis.
1983ApJS...53..523W 69 221 Spectroscopy of cataclysmic variables. I. Observations. WILLIAMS G.
1983Ap&SS..93..347S 69 T                   1 2 1 Intrinsic polarization in Beta Lyrae and Nova
T-Pyxidis due to irradiation of silicate glassy grains.
1983IBVS.2260....1D 5 0 Positions of four novae. DUERBECK H.W. and GEFFERT M.
1983PVSS...11...51B 16 ~ Report on some novae and suspected recurrent novae. BATESON F.M.
1984A&AS...56..441B 103 62 A catalogue of UBV colours of cataclysmic variables. BRUCH A.
1984ApJ...284..202S 60 162 A radio survey of symbiotic stars. SEAQUIST E.R., TAYLOR A.R. and BUTTON S.
1984MNRAS.206..879C 32 109 X-ray observations of a large sample of cataclysmic variable stars using the Einstein Observatory CORDOVA F.A. and MASON K.O.
1985ApJ...292..535P 67 231 X-ray emission from cataclysmic variables with accretion disks. I. Hard X-rays. PATTERSON J. and RAYMOND J.C.
1986ApJ...303..130S 2 3 25 On the evolutionary state of cataclysmic variable white dwarfs and their recurrence times. SION E.M. and STARRFIELD S.G.
1986AN....307..221R 18 19 Cataclysmic variables and the amplitude-cycle length relationship. RICHTER G.A.
1986CoKon..86..359U 70 T                   1 3 0 On the nature of the recurrent nova
T Pyxidis.
1986IAUC.4275....0C 70 T                   1 1 ~
T Pyxidis.
1986MitAG..65..209S 70 T                   1 1 0 The recurrent nova
T Pyxidis.
1986NIA86......239S 24 ~ A review of the ultraviolet studies of galactic novae. STARRFIELD S.
1987ApJ...314..653W 3 12 161 The nature of the recurrent novae. WEBBINK R.F., LIVIO M., TRURAN J.W., et al.
1987MNRAS.227...23W 183 397 Absolute magnitudes of cataclysmic variables. WARNER B.
1987Ap&SS.131..467D 26 39 A survey of nova remnants. DUERBECK H.W. and SEITTER W.C.
1987Ap&SS.131..493W 10 7 The nature of recurrent novae. WEBBINK R.F., LIVIO M., TRURAN J.W., et al.
1987Ap&SS.138...41A 13 9 The luminosity oscillation of X-ray bursters and recurrent novae. AQUILANO R., CASTAGNINO M. and LARA L.
1987Msngr..50....8D 8 17 The large intractable nova shells. DUERBECK H.W.
1987SSRv...45....1D 270 194 A reference catalogue and atlas of galactic novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1988A&A...197..148D 17 12 V394 CrA : outburst light curves and notes on its position among the recurrent novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1988ApJ...325L..35S 8 3 99 A model for the 1987 of the recurrent nova U Scorpii. STARRFIELD S., SPARKS W.M. and SHAVIV G.
1988ApJ...334..422S 1 8 43 Infrared light curves of three novae and three dwarf novae at quiescence. SZKODY P. and FEINSWOG L.
1988BICDS..34..127D 268 1 A reference catalogue of galactic novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1988IAUC.4551....0S 1 ~ T Pyxidis. SCHWEITZER E. and VERDENET M.
1988IAUC.4553....0M 1 ~ T Pyxidis. McNAUGHT R.H., CRAGG T. and BATESON F.
1988PASJ...40..491K 9 10 Photometry and polarimetry of nova Andromedae 1986. KIRUCHI S., KONDO M. and MIKAMI Y.
1988IUE88...1....9C 21 ~ Cataclysmic variables. CASSATELLA A. and SELVELLI P.L.
1989AJ.....97.1752W 1 11 65 Eclipse line profiles in cataclysmic variables : evidence for absence of accretion disks. WILLIAMS R.E.
1989ApJ...337..720S 71 T                   1 6 28 Slow expansion of the shell of the recurrent nova
T Pyxidis and detection of a faint extended envelope.
1989MNRAS.236..611S 1 6 26 The recurrent nova V394 Coronae Austrinae - the 1987 outburst. SEKIGUCHI K., CATCHPOLE R.M., FAIRALL A.P., et al.
1989PASP..101....5S 1 22 121 Recent progress in understanding the eruptions of classical novae. SHARA M.M.
1989Msngr..58...34D 7 7 V745 Sco - a new member of the elusive group of recurrent novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1989RMxAA..19...99B 71 T                   1 2 9 Determination of the orbital periods of CP Puppis and
T Pyxidis.
1990A&AS...85.1179R viz 164 166 Catalogue of cataclysmic binaries, low-mass X-ray binaries and related objects (fifth edition). RITTER H.
1990ApJ...349..313S 109 111 The collective radio properties of symbiotic stars. SEAQUIST E.R. and TAYLOR A.R.
1990ApJ...355L..39S 40   K                 3 63 Orbital periods of recurrent novae. SCHAEFER B.E.
1990ApJ...358..551I 6 10 X-ray decline and rejuvenation of a recurrent nova. ITOH H. and HACHISU I.
1990ApJ...362L..17K 106 T K                 1 2 14 Theoretical predictions for the next outburst of the recurren nova

T Pyxidis
1990MNRAS.245p..28S 7 ~ Recurrent nova in the Large Magellanic Cloud - Nova LMC 1990 No 2. SEKIGUCHI K., STOBIE R.S., BUCKLEY D.A.H., et al.
1990BAAS...22.1211K 3 0 Efficiency of tidal torque acceleration in novae and recurrent novae. KATO M. and HACHISU I.
1990PVSS...17...14B 70 T                   1 1 ~ The recurrent nova
T Pyxidis.
1991ApJ...369L...5L 73 T                   1 1 14 On the expected orbital period change in the next outburst of the recurrent nova
T Pyxidis.
1991ApJ...369..471K 2 3 32 Theoretical light curve for the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi - determination of the white dwarf mass, composition and distance. KATO M.
1991ApJ...373..620K 36   K                 3 15 Is drag luminosity effective in recurrent novae ? KATO M. and HACHISU I.
1991ApJS...76..359S 23 16 The interoutburst behavior of cataclysmic variables. SZKODY P., MATTEI J.A., WAAGEN E.O., et al.
1991Msngr..64...32B 16 4 Low-resolution spectroscopy of southern old novae. BIANCHINI A., DELLA VALLE M., ORIO M., et al.
1991S&W....30..574B 70 T                   1 2 0
T Pyxis : die Spannung steigt.
1992A&A...265...71G 7 13 The 1990 outburst of the recurrent nova V3890 Sgr observed with IUE. GONZALEZ-RIESTRA R.
1992ApJ...389..695L 19 44 Type I supernovae and accretion-induced collapses from cataclysmic variables ? LIVIO M. and TRURAN J.W.
1992ApJS...81..321S 106 T K                 9 30 The photometric period of the recurrent nova
T Pyxidis
1992PASP..104..308A 6 2 Studies of classical and recurrent novae. ANUPAMA G.C.
1992Msngr..69...42B 49 6 A very low resolution spectrophotometric nova survey. BIANCHINI A., DELLA VALLE M., DUERBECK H.W., et al.
1992QJRAS..33..111F 91 3 South African Astronomical Observatory. Research. FEAST M.W.
1993A&A...268..294W 13 6 Millimetre observations of old novae. WEIGHT A., EVANS A., ALBINSON J.S., et al.
1993AJ....105..320H 10 26 Infrared observations of the recurrent novae V745 SCO and V3890 SGR. HARRISON T.E., JOHNSON J.J. and SPYROMILIO J.
1993ApJS...86..235P 21 79 The 1991 V603 Aquilae campaign: superhumps and P-dots. PATTERSON J., THOMAS G., SKILLMAN D.R., et al.
1993PASP..105..127D viz 819 131 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables. DOWNES R.A. and SHARA M.M.
1993Aster.121...23A 12 0 Novas: autenticas catastrofes estelares. ARRASTIA AVILA M.A.
1993LAstr.107..218B 9 0 La constellation de juin : Ophiuchus. BURILLIER H.
1994A&AS..104...79B 179 100 A catalogue of UBV colours of cataclysmic variables. BRUCH A. and ENGEL A.
1994AJ....108..639S 78 55 BVRJK observations of northern hemisphere old novae. SZKODY P.
1994AJ....108.1899H 89 13 IRAS observations of novae. IV. Modeling source confusion. HARRISON T.E. and GEHRZ R.D.
1994ApJ...437..802K 10 4 166 Optically thick winds in nova outbursts. KATO M. and HACHISU I.
1994MNRAS.266..761W 35 29 Nova secondary stars, mass-transfer rates and distances. WEIGHT A., EVANS A., NAYLOR T., et al.
1995A&AS..109..177W viz 2979 50 Radio continuum emission from stars: a catalogue update. WENDKER H.J.
1995Ap&SS.230...75S 9 11 Recurrent novae. SEKIGUCHI K.
1995Ap&SS.232...89W 43 17 On the general properties of the secondaries of cataclysmic variable stars. WARNER B.
1995Msngr..79...14G 3 0 A new CCD field lens in EMMI red arm. GILMOZZI R., DELABRE B., D'ODORICO S., et al.
1996ApJ...456..717S 1 11 49 On the interpretation of the ultraviolet spectra of symbiotic stars and recurrent novae. II. The 1985 outburst of RS Ophiuchi. SHORE S.N., KENYON S.J., STARRFIELD S., et al.
1996ApJ...473..240D 35 32 On the frequency of occurrence of recurrent novae and their role as type Ia supernova progenitors. DELLA VALLE M. and LIVIO M.
1996ApJS..105..145I 51 95 On the evolution of symbiotic stars and other binaries with accreting degenerate dwarfs. IBEN I.Jr and TUTUKOV A.V.
1996JBAA..106..155P 82 12 UK nova/supernova patrol : recurrent objects programme report 1994. POYNER G.
1997A&A...327..602V 163 144 Cataclysmic variables in the ROSAT PSPC All Sky Survey. VERBUNT F., BUNK W.H., RITTER H., et al.
1997AJ....114..258S 90 T                   1 54 HST imagery of the non-expanding, clumped ''shell'' of the recurrent nova T Pyxidis. SHARA M.M., ZUREK D.R., WILLIAMS E., et al.
1997ApJ...475..803C 109 T K                 7 34 The shell of recurrent nova
T Pyxidis: a model based on shocks.
1997ApJ...484L..59S 109 T K                 5 25
T Pyxidis: the first short-period cataclysmic variable with a collimated jet.
1997ApJ...487..226S 158 108 On the nova rate in the Galaxy. SHAFTER A.W.
1997PASP..109..345D viz 1017 120 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables-second edition. DOWNES R., WEBBINK R.F. and SHARA M.M.
1997PASJ...49..481K 5 12 Confirmation of the SU UMa-type nature of the suggested intermediate polar VZ Pyxidis. KATO T. and NOGAMI D.
1998A&A...332..586F viz 73 26 Studies of the flickering in cataclysmic variables. IV. Wavelet transforms of flickering light curves. FRITZ T. and BRUCH A.
1998A&A...333L..67T 1 4 19 Jets from the galactic supersoft X-ray source RX J0019.8+2156. TOMOV T., MUNARI U., KOLEV D., 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...498L..59O 78 T                   1 18 On the existence of jets in the recurrent nova T Pyxidis. O'BRIEN T.J. and COHEN J.G.
1998ApJ...498L..61M 111 T K                 1 10 Complex velocity fields in the shell of
T Pyxidis.
1998MNRAS.297.1079K 8 13 On the absence of jet features in the optical spectra of cataclysmic variables. KINGGE C. and LIVIO M.
1998PASP..110..223T 201 6 Astrophysics in 1997. (Review paper). TRIMBLE V. and McFADDEN L.A.
1998PASP..110..380P 73 T                   16 74 Two galactic supersoft X-ray binaries: V Sagittae and T Pyxidis. PATTERSON J., KEMP J., SHAMBROOK A., et al.
1999A&A...344..177A 1 9 49 Recurrent novae at quiescence: systems with giant secondaries. ANUPAMA G.C. and MIKOLAJEWSKA J.
1999A&A...344..459K 53 24 The M 31 population of supersoft sources. KAHABKA P.
1999AJ....117..534C 9 12 A spectroscopic study of V617 Sagittarii. CIESLINSKI D., DIAZ M.P. and STEINER J.E.
1999ApJ...518L.111B 1 6 20 The first resolved and detected classical nova shell in x-rays: the shell of nova Persei 1901. BALMAN S. and OEGELMAN H.B.
1999ApJ...522L.121L 3 2 18 First direct measurement of acceleration in the outflow of a nova: U Scorpii (1999). LEPINE S., SHARA M.M., LIVIO M., et al.
1999MmSAI..70..565S 14 3 Topics on UV observations of novae, old novae and recurrent novae. SELVELLI P. and GILMOZZI R.
1999MmSAI..70.1077K 16 0 Jets from binary neutron stars. KUNDT W.
1999PhR...311..225L 1 37 116 Astrophysical jets : a phenomenological examination of acceleration and collimation. LIVIO M.
1999PASJ...51..525K 1 7 29 Optically thick wind solutions for an extremely rapid light curve of recurrent novae. KATO M.
2000A&A...364L..75K 112 T K                 3 32 Assisted stellar suicide: the wind-driven evolution of the recurrent nova
T Pyxidis.
2000JAVSO..28...40H 5 1 In memory of Helen Meriwether Lewis Thomas: August 21, 1905 - August 6, 1997. HOFFLEIT D.
2000NewAR..44..143G 11 13 Supersoft X-ray binaries: an observational update. GAMSICKE B.T., VAN TEESELING A., BEUERMANN K., et al.
2001A&A...366..858K 1 10 30 The 2000 outburst of the recurrent nova CI Aquilae: optical spectroscopy. KISS L.L., THOMSON J.R., OGLOZA W., et al.
2001A&A...378..487M         O           14 21 Detailed optical behavior of the 2000 outburst of the eclipsing recurrent nova CI Aquilae. MATSUMOTO K., UEMURA M., KATO T., et al.
2001ApJ...558..323H 4 11 132 Recurrent novae as a progenitor system of type Ia supernovae. I. RS Ophiuchi subclass: systems with a red giant companion. HACHISU I. and KATO M.
2001ApJ...559..909T 20 49 Galactic chemical evolution of lithium: interplay between stellar sources. TRAVAGLIO C., RANDICH S., GALLI D., et al.
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.
2002A&A...391L...7K 13 15 Recurrent nova IM Normae. KATO T., YAMAOKA H., LILLER W., et al.
2002ApJ...578L..59G 1 5 15 Chandra observations of the recurrent nova CI Aquilae after its 2000 April outburst. GREINER J. and DI STEFANO R.
2002MNRAS.330..772O 23 13 A search for radio emission from Galactic supersoft X-ray sources. OGLEY R.N., CHATY S., CROCKER M., et al.
2002IAUC.7818....1R 2 3 IM Normae. RETTER A., O'TOOLE S.J. and STARRFIELD S.
2003A&A...397..951L 12 17 Modelling the recurrent nova CI Aql in quiescence. LEDERLE C. and KIMESWENGER S.
2003A&A...401..297S 1 4 15 The active quiescence of HR Del (Nova Del 1967). The ex-nova HR Del. SELVELLI P. and FRIEDJUNG M.
2003MNRAS.339.1006M 10 9 CI Aquilae: a recurrent nova with an unusually long plateau phase. MATSUMOTO K., ISHIOKA R., UEMURA M., et al.
2003BASI...31..345A 3 1 The 2002 outburst of the recurrent nova IM Normae. ANUPAMA G.C.
2003JAVSO..31..183M 48 0 Annual report of the director for fiscal year 2001-2002. MATTEI J.A.
2004MNRAS.351..685O 34 13 WX Cen (≡ WR 48c) - a possible Type Ia supernova progenitor. OLIVEIRA A.S. and STEINER J.E.
2004PASP..116..397H 9 5 A search for collimated jets in cataclysmic variables. HILLWIG T., LIVIO M. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
2004MNSSA..63...89M 75 0 Bronberg Observatory (CBA Pretoria) annual report for 2003. MONARD B.
2004RMxAC..20..252G 74 T                   1 1 Hydrodynamical modeling of
T Pyxidis.
2004AAS...20515902S 2 0 A strong test of nova trigger theory. SCHAEFER B.E.
2005ApJ...620..938O 10 11 Chandra observations of the recurrent nova IM Normae. ORIO M., TEPEDELENLIOGLU E., STARRFIELD S., et al.
2005ApJ...621L..53S 6 2 25 A test of nova trigger theory. SCHAEFER B.E.
2005ApJ...627..933B 16 24 Chandra observation of the shell of Nova Persei 1901 (GK Persei): detection of localized nonthermal X-ray emission from a miniature supernova remnant. BALMAN S.
2005AN....326..656J 9 0 Time resolved spectroscopy of CI Aql. JESACHER M.O. and KIMESWENGER S.
2005MNSSA..64...70M 83 0 Bronberg Observatory (CBA Pretoria). Annual report for 2004. MONARD B.
2006A&A...447L...1S         O           7 8 Assisted stellar suicide in V617 Sagittarii. STEINER J.E., OLIVEIRA A.S., CIESLINSKI D., et al.
2006A&A...452..567M viz 11 10 BVI photometry and the spectroscopy of Nova Scuti 2005 N.2. MUNARI U., SIVIERO A., NAVASARDYAN H., et al.
2006PASA...23..106S 63 4 Multivariate characterization of hydrogen Balmer emission in cataclysmic variables. SARTY G.E. and WU K.
2006A&A...459..875E viz         O           14 22 Early spectral evolution of Nova Sagittarii 2004 (V5114 Sagittarii). EDEROCLITE A., MASON E., DELLA VALLE M., et al.
2007A&A...461..593G 13 17 The secrets of T Pyxidis. I. UV observations. GILMOZZI R. and SELVELLI P.
2007ApJ...657..453S 2 7 29 Abundance analysis of the extremely fast ONeMg novae V838 Herculis and V4160 Sagittarii. SCHWARZ G.J., SHORE S.N., STARRFIELD S., et al.
2007AJ....134..205A 38           X         1 29 16 Silicates in D-type symbiotic stars: an infrared space observatory overview. ANGELONI R., CONTINI M., CIROI S., et al.
2007JBAA..117..136S 12 5 HR Lyrae (Nova Lyr 1919) : from outburst to active quiescence. SHEARS J. and POYNER G.
2007A&A...471..825A 38           X         1 13 7 The symbiotic star H1-36. A composite model of line and continuum spectra from radio to ultraviolet. ANGELONI R., CONTINI M., CIROI S., et al.
2007A&A...472L..21O 98     A   O X         3 15 4 CAL 87 - an evolved wind-driven supersoft X-ray binary. OLIVEIRA A.S. and STEINER J.E.
2007A&A...472..497A 38           X         1 12 13 Gas and dust spectra of the D' type symbiotic star HD 330036. ANGELONI R., CONTINI M., CIROI S., et al.
2006JAVSO..35...98W 24 0 Cataclysmic Variables: From Radio to Gamma Rays. WARNER B.
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.
2008ApJ...685..451W 38           X         1 21 34 Transient heavy element absorption systems in novae: episodic mass ejection from the secondary star. WILLIAMS R., MASON E., DELLA VALLE M., et al.
2008A&A...492..787S 5025 T   A S   X C       130 21 33 The secrets of

T Pyxidis
. II. A recurrent nova that will not become a SN Ia.
2009ARep...53..203T 9 2 Spectroscopic monitoring of the recurrent nova RS Oph after its outburst in 2006. TARASOVA T.N.
2009ApJ...697..721S 76           X         2 12 23 Orbital periods for three recurrent novae. SCHAEFER B.E.
2009AJ....138.1230P 115           X         3 8 26 Discovery of a second nova eruption of V2487 Ophiuchi. PAGNOTTA A., SCHAEFER B.E., XIAO L., et al.
2009ApJ...705.1056B 76           X         2 17 22 Optical and X-ray observations of M31N 2007-12b: an extragalactic recurrent nova with a detected progenitor? BODE M.F., DARNLEY M.J., SHAFTER A.W., et al.
2009AJ....138.1541M 38           X         1 8 12 HR Del remnant anatomy using two-dimensional spectral data and three-dimensional photoionization shell models. MORAES M. and DIAZ M.
2009AJ....138.1846C 1198       D S   X C       30 40 26 The behavior of novae light curves before eruption. COLLAZZI A.C., SCHAEFER B.E., XIAO L., et al.
2010ApJ...708..381S 8205 T K A S   X C F     210 10 48 The nova shell and evolution of the recurrent nova
T Pyxidis.
2010AN....331..160B 1 20 45 The outbursts of classical and recurrent novae. BODE M.F.
2010MNRAS.402.2075A 38           X         1 15 13 The spectral energy distribution of D-type symbiotic stars: the role of dust shells. ANGELONI R., CONTINI M., CIROI S., et al.
2010ApJ...712L.143S 269           X         7 6 9 Non-equipartition of energy, masses of nova ejecta, and type Ia supernovae. SHARA M.M., YARON O., PRIALNIK D., et al.
2010ApJS..187..275S viz 7490     A D     X C       195 36 169 Comprehensive photometric histories of all known galactic recurrent novae. SCHAEFER B.E.
2010AJ....139.1831S 1267     A D S   X C       32 15 25 Novae with long-lasting supersoft emission that drive a high accretion rate. SCHAEFER B.E. and COLLAZZI A.C.
2010MNRAS.404L..26B 1177 T K A S   X C       28 3 12 The XMM-Newton detection of extended emission from the nova remnant of T Pyxidis. BALMAN S.
2010MmSAI..81..388S 1061     A     X         28 1 3 UV and X-ray observations of
T Pyx, a recurrent nova that will not become a SN Ia.
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T Pyxidis
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T Pyxidis
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2011SerAJ.183....1J 77           X         2 146 4 Astronomical optical interferometry. II. Astrophysical results. JANKOV S.
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2012MNRAS.423.1144R 39           X         1 10 4 Broad [O III] in the globular cluster RZ 2109: X-ray ionized nova ejecta. RIPAMONTI E. and MAPELLI M.
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T Pyxidis - eine rekurrente nova im ausbruch - teil 1.
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T Pyxidis - eine rekurrente nova im ausbruch - teil 2.
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2012ApJ...758..121S 40           X         1 12 34 AT Cnc: a second dwarf nova with a classical nova shell. SHARA M.M., MIZUSAWA T., WEHINGER P., et al.
2012ApJ...758..123W 80           X         2 7 39 White Dwarf/M dwarf binaries as single degenerate progenitors of type Ia supernovae. WHEELER J.C.
2012ApJ...761..173C 39           X         1 16 29 The radio light curve of the gamma-ray nova in V407 Cyg: thermal emission from the ionized symbiotic envelope, devoured from within by the nova blast. CHOMIUK L., KRAUSS M.I., RUPEN M.P., et al.
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2013AJ....145...18T 236           X         6 7 0 Discovery of X-ray emission in the old classical nova DK Lacertae. TAKEI D., SAKAMOTO T. and DRAKE J.J.
2011PASP..123..844M 39           X         1 7 9 The RAINY3D Code: The treatment of condensation in nova remnants during nebular phase. MORAES M. and DIAZ M.
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T Pyxidis
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2012PASJ...64..120I 312           X C F     6 15 12 Observational report of the classical nova KT Eridani. IMAMURA K. and TANABE K.
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T Pyxidis
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2013MNRAS.429.1342O 79           X         2 8 15 Thomson scattering and collisional ionization in the X-ray grating spectra of the recurrent nova U Scorpii. ORIO M., BEHAR E., GALLAGHER J., et al.
2013PASP..125..313M 39           X         1 36 3 Radio stars and their lives in the Galaxy. (Conference summary). MATTHEWS L.D.
2013ApJ...768...48T 1443 T   A     X C       35 1 7 Dynamical fragmentation of the

T Pyxidis
nova shell during recurrent eruptions.
2013PASJ...65...37N 79           X         2 14 5 Discovery of metastable helium absorption lines in V1280 Scorpii. NAITO H., TAJITSU A., ARAI A., et al.
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2013AJ....146...37H 39           X         1 108 7 Phase-resolved infrared spectroscopy and photometry of V1500 Cygni, and a search for similar old classical novae. HARRISON T.E., CAMPBELL R.D. and LYKE J.E.
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T Pyxidis
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2013AJ....146...55W 472           X C       11 14 14 Novae ejecta as discrete adiabatically expanding globules. WILLIAMS R.
2013MNRAS.434.1902P 551           X         14 36 45 BK Lyncis: the oldest old nova and a bellwether for cataclysmic variable evolution. PATTERSON J., UTHAS H., KEMP J., et al.
2013ApJ...779...22T 1755 T K A S   X C       42 15 15 X-ray grating observations of recurrent nova
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T Pyxidis
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2014ApJ...784L..33G 1339 T K A S   X C       31 1 10 Hubble Space Telescope far ultraviolet spectroscopy of the recurrent nova
T Pyxidis.
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T Pyxidis
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T Pyxidis
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T Pyxidis
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2011ATel.3285....1K 197 T         X         4 1 8 Swift detects the recurrent nova
T Pyx during the rise to outburst.
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2011ATel.3289....1N 116 T         X         2 1 ~ SALT spectroscopy of the Recurrent Nova
T Pyx in outburst.
2011ATel.3297....1B 155 T         X         3 3 5 Near-infrared observations of recurrent nova
T Pyx in outburst.
2011ATel.3306....1S 116 T         X         2 2 1 Estimate of reddening for
T Pyx based on optical diffuse interstellar bands (DIBs).
2011ATel.3310....1C 116 T         X         2 1 1 ATCA-CABB non-detections of
T Pyx in outburst.
2011ATel.3318....1C 310 T         X         7 1 1 First detection of
T Pyx in the radio.
2015AJ....149..136R 161           X         4 15 5 IR study of nova V2468 Cyg from early decline to the coronal phase. RAJ A., ASHOK N.M., RUDY R.J., et al.
2011ATel.3373....1H 234 T         X         5 1 5 The early outburst light curve of the 2011 eruption of the Recurrent Nova

T Pyxidis
from Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI) observations.
2011ATel.3376....1S 116 T         X         2 3 ~ Development of discrete velocity components in the optical spectrum of
T Pyx.
2015ApJ...803...76C 41           X         1 5 7 Photoionization heating of nova ejecta by the post-outburst supersoft source. CUNNINGHAM T., WOLF W.M. and BILDSTEN L.
2011ATel.3549....1O 235 T         X         5 1 6 The recurrent nova
T Pyx : fading in optical/UV, brightening in X-rays, H alpha development, and a request for photometry.
2011ATel.3647....1K 158 T         X         3 1 7 Swift finds the recurrent nova
T Pyx has become X-ray bright and variable.
2011ATel.3679....1K 117 T         X         2 1 2 EVLA Observations of
T Pyx Reveal Radio Brightening.
2011ATel.3707....1S 271 T         X         6 1 1 Recurrent nova
T Pyx is deviating from 1967 eruption light curve.
2011ATel.3762....1T 117 T         X         2 1 3 A Chandra grating observation of

T Pyxidis
2011ATel.3782....1O 348 T         X         8 8 7 Detection of photometric modulation on the orbital period in the eruption tail of the recurrent nova
T Pyx.
2012ATel.3915....1B 157 T         X         3 1 3 The X-ray nebula around the recurrent nova

T Pyxidis
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2012ATel.4097....1M 275 T         X         6 1 4 No evidence for extended X-ray emission around recurrent nova
T Pyx.
2012ATel.4373....1V 156 T         X         3 1 ~ Near infrared monitoring observations of Nova
T Pyxidis.
2012ATel.4404....1V 78 T                   1 1 ~ Eratum to ATel #4373: Near infrared monitoring observations of Nova
T Pyxidis.
2012ATel.4452....1R 157 T         X         3 1 2 Low radio frequency observations of
T Pyx.
2013ATel.4743....1P 119 T         X         2 1 2 Orbital period change in outburst:
T Pyx goes rogue.
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T Pyxidis.
2015MNRAS.449...25C 2127 T K A D S   X C       51 11 1 The slow decline of the Galactic recurrent novae

T Pyxidis
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2015AJ....150...20I 80           X         2 11 4 New features of the symbiotic recurrent nova V407 Cygni found in the outburst in 2010. IIJIMA T.
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