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1994ApJ...435L.141G 108 T K                 7 30
RJ 051542+0104.7: a new magnetic, eclipsing, cataclysmic variable.
1994BAAS...26Q.934W 1 ~ A most unusual, highly X-ray-variable cataclysmic variable. WALTER F.M., WOLK S.J., ADAMS N., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1514S 71 T                   1 ~ RX J0515.6+0105: an AM Her system with an 8 hour period? SHAFTER A.W., et al.
1995ApJ...440..834W 107 T K                 8 23 The long-period AM Herculis-like cataclysmic variable
RX J051541+0104.6.
1995ApJ...443..319S 108 T K                 6 34
RX J0515.6+0105: an unusual, eclipsing, magnetic cataclysmic variable.
1995ApJ...453..446F 109 T K                 1 8 Properties of the exceptionally long-period AM Herculis system
RX J0515.41+0104.6.
1995MNRAS.275L..61B 73 T                   3 22 Polarimetry of the exceptionally long-period eclipsing polar RX J0515.6+0105. BUCKLEY D.A.H. and SHAFTER A.W.
1995Ap&SS.230..131B 22 1 Magnetic cataclysmic variables : optical counterparts of X-ray and EUV sources. BUCKLEY D.A.H.
1996AJ....112..289S 7 19 IUE observations of four known/suspected magnetic cataclysmic variables. SZKODY P. and SILBER A.
1996ApJ...456..777W 10 8 BT Monocerotis: another extraordinary old nova. WHITE II J.C., SCHLEGEL E.M. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
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.283L.127S 4 11 EUVE J1429-38.0 : an eclipsing polar. STOBIE R.S., OKEKE P.N., BUCKLEY D.A.H., et al.
1996Ap&SS.241..263W 42 29 Torques and instabilities in intermediate polars. WARNER B.
1997A&A...319..894S 2 9 80 Phase-resolved high-resolution spectrophotometry of the eclipsing polar HU Aquarii. SCHWOPE A.D., MANTEL K.-H. and HORNE 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.288.1033H 72 T                   16 15 Infrared spectroscopy of the long-period polar
RX J0515.6+ 0105.
1997MNRAS.291..321C 5 4 The orbital period of RX J1141.3-6410. CIESLINSKI D. and STEINER J.E.
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.
1997IBVS.4471....1K viz 777 39 The 73rd name-list of variable stars. KAZAROVETS E.V. and SAMUS N.N.
1998A&A...332..904D 109 T K                 3 10 BeppoSAX observations of the long period polar system
V1309 Ori.
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...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.
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.
1999A&A...347...47B viz 83 51 Identification of soft high galactic latitude RASS X-ray sources. II. Sources with PSPC count rate CR <0.5cts/s. BEUERMANN K., THOMAS H.-C., REINSCH K., et al.
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.
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.
1999AGAb...15...25K 72 T                   2 0 The accretion streams in UZ For and V1309 Ori. KUBE J., GAENSICKE B.T. and BEUERMANN K.
1999MmSAI..70..547D 31 5 UV observations of magnetic cataclysmic variables. DE MARTINO D.
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.
2000PASP..112..228S 7 4 Extreme ultraviolet explorer and optical observations of the magnetic cataclysmic variables RX J1015.5+0904 and V405 Auriga (RX J0558+5353). SZKODY P., ARMSTRONG J. and FRIED R.
2000PASP..112..873W 123 262 Magnetism in isolated and binary white dwarfs. (Invited review). WICKRAMASINGHE D.T. and FERRARIO L.
2000NewAR..44...93B 14 17 Secondary stars in CVs - the observational picture. BEUERMANN K.
2001A&A...372..945K         O           13 3 UBVRI-polarimetry of the AM Herculis star RX J0203.8+2959. KATAJAINEN S., SCALTRITI F., PIIROLA V., et al.
2001A&A...374..588S 111 T K                 5 21 System parameters of the long-period polar
V1309 Ori.
2001AJ....122..182B 31 89 A Chandra study of the Circinus galaxy point-source population. BAUER F.E., BRANDT W.N., SAMBRUNA R.M., et al.
2001ApJ...548..410S 37   K                 11 28 Time-resolved Hubble space telescope spectroscopy of four eclipsing magnetic cataclysmic variables. SCHMIDT G.D. and STOCKMAN H.S.
2001MNRAS.328..112T 22 21 X-ray beaming caused by resonance scattering in the accretion column of magnetic cataclysmic variables. TERADA Y., ISHIDA M., MAKISHIMA K., 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.
2002MNRAS.329L..43K 11 19 The short-period supersoft source in M31. KING A.R., OSBORNE J.P. and SCHENKER K.
2002MNRAS.337.1105S 3 8 75 AE Aquarii: how cataclysmic variables descend from supersoft binaries. SCHENKER K., KING A.R., KOLB U., et al.
2002AGAb...19R..42S 73 T                   1 0 Blobby accretion in the polar
V1309 Ori.
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...594..443G 1 15 75 Anomalous ultraviolet line flux ratios in the cataclysmic variables 1RXS J232953.9+062814, CE 315, BZ Ursae Majoris, and EY Cygni, observed with the Hubble Space Telescope Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph. GANSICKE B.T., SZKODY P., DE MARTINO D., et al.
2003ApJ...598..458R 43 30 A limit on the number of isolated neutron stars detected in the ROSAT bright source catalogue. RUTLEDGE R.E., FOX D.W., BOGOSAVLJEVIC M., et al.
2003MNRAS.340....1K 111 T K                 1 19 8 UBVRI photopolarimetry of the long-period eclipsing AM Herculis binary
V1309 Ori.
2004ApJ...605..360W 9 19 On the nature of the bright short-period X-ray source in the Circinus galaxy field. WEISSKOPF M.C., WU K., TENNANT A.F., et al.
2004AN....325..197S 5 9 Indirect iamging of polars. SCHWOPE A.D., STAUDE A., VODEL J., et al.
2004ANS...325a..92R 74 T                   1 ~ Distance and accretion luminosity of the long-period eclipsing polar
V1309 Ori.
2004RMxAC..20..152G 15 2 Observational studies of cataclysmic variable evolution: of samples, biases and surprises. GAENSICKE B.T.
2005A&A...442..271S 115 T K                 2 12 XMM-Newton observation of the long-period polar

V1309 Orionis
: the case for pure blobby accretion.
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...630.1037S 1 27 62 New low accretion rate magnetic binary systems and their significance for the evolution of cataclysmic variables. SCHMIDT G.D., SZKODY P., VANLANDINGHAM K.M., 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.
2006A&A...457.1043R 135 T K A   O           4 3 The secondary star and distance of the polar

V1309 Orionis
2006A&A...457.1081K 91 64 A catalogue of Galactic supernova remnants from the Canadian Galactic plane survey. I. Flux densities, spectra, and polarization characteristics. KOTHES R., FEDOTOV K., FOSTER T.J., 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.
2007A&A...475.1011K         O           39 14 Discovery of polarized emission from the long period intermediate polar RX J2133.7+5107. KATAJAINEN S., BUTTERS O.W., NORTON A.J., et al.
2008ApJ...681..530P 39           X         1 5 18 1E 161348-5055 in the supernova remnant RCW 103: a magnetar in a young low-mass binary system? PIZZOLATO F., COLPI M., DE LUCA 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....136.2367K 38           X         1 4 5 Variation of the light and period of the magnetic cataclysmic variable AM Her. KALOMENI B. and YAKUT K.
2009MNRAS.395..386P 40           X         1 7 29 Time-resolved optical observations of five cataclysmic variables detected by INTEGRAL. PRETORIUS M.L.
2009MNRAS.395..416R 38           X         1 14 11 2XMMiJ225036.9+573154 - a new eclipsing AMHer binary discovered using XMM-newton. RAMSAY G., ROSEN S., HAKALA P., et al.
2009A&A...500..867S 39           X         1 7 17 Post common envelope binaries from the SDSS. VI. SDSSJ120615.73+510047.0: a new low accretion rate magnetic binary. SCHWOPE A.D., NEBOT GOMEZ-MORAN A., SCHREIBER M.R., et al.
2009ApJS..184..138H viz 15       D               1 20665 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.
2010AJ....139.1771H 691   K A D S   X C       17 41 14 K-band spectroscopy of (Pre-)Cataclysmic variables: are some donor stars really carbon poor? HOWELL S.B., HARRISON T.E., SZKODY P., et al.
2010ApJ...714.1424T viz 92       D     X         3 161 8 A limit on the number of isolated neutron stars detected in the ROSAT All-Sky-Survey bright source catalog. TURNER M.L., RUTLEDGE R.E., LETCAVAGE R., 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 115         O X         3 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 54       D   O X         2 85 9 Wavelet and R/S analysis of the X-ray flickering of cataclysmic variables. ANZOLIN G., TAMBURINI F., DE MARTINO D., et al.
2011ApJ...728...16H 93       D     X         3 70 21 Infrared spectroscopic observations of the secondary stars of short-period sub-gap cataclysmic variables. HAMILTON R.T., HARRISON T.E., TAPPERT C., et al.
2011A&A...529A.116T 39           X         1 7 5 XMM-Newton observations of the X-ray soft polar QS Telescopii. TRAULSEN I., REINSCH K., SCHWOPE A.D., et al.
2012ApJ...746..165H 78             C       1 56 16 Discovery of a significant magnetic cataclysmic variable population in the limiting window. HONG J., VAN DEN BERG M., GRINDLAY J.E., et al.
2012ApJS..199....7F 211       D     X C F     4 99 6 A survey of Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer observations of cataclysmic variables. FRONING C.S., LONG K.S., GANSICKE B., et al.
2012MNRAS.422.1601K 780     A D S   X C       19 23 6 Short and long time-scale variability in magnetic cataclysmic variables: long-term monitoring of polars. KALOMENI B.
2012ApJ...755...64S 78           X         2 16 6 Characterization of the X-ray light curve of the γ cas-like B1e star HD 110432. SMITH M.A., LOPES DE OLIVEIRA R. and MOTCH C.
2012A&A...545A.116B 39           X         1 17 14 The outburst of nova CSS 081007:030559+054715 (HV ceti). BEARDMORE A.P., OSBORNE J.P., PAGE K.L., et al.
2011PASP..123.1071G 39           X         1 12 2 A Far-Ultraviolet spectroscopic analysis of BZ Ursae Majoris. GODON P., SION E.M., GANSICKE B.T., et al.
2012MmSAI..83..539S 39           X         1 37 1 White dwarfs in cataclysmic variable stars: accretion physics and evolution. SION E.M. and GODON P.
2012MmSAI..83..578M 39           X         1 23 3 The X-ray emission of magnetic cataclysmic variables in the XMM-Newton era. MOUCHET M., BONNET-BIDAUD J.M. and DE MARTINO D.
2013A&A...553A..28G viz 157           X C       3 20 3 Multiwavelength observations of V479 Andromedae: a close compact binary with an identity crisis. GONZALEZ-BUITRAGO D., TOVMASSIAN G., ZHARIKOV S., et al.
2013MNRAS.435.2822B 39           X         1 21 6 On the nature of the hard X-ray sources Swift J1907.3-2050, IGR J12123-5802 and IGR J19552+0044. BERNARDINI F., DE MARTINO D., MUKAI K., et al.
2014ApJ...796L..10S 40           X         1 9 4 On the effect of explosive thermonuclear burning on the accreted envelopes of white dwarfs in cataclysmic variables. SION E.M. and SPARKS W.
2015A&A...577A.143W 49           X         1 2 18 White dwarf masses in cataclysmic variables. WIJNEN T.P.G., ZOROTOVIC M. and SCHREIBER M.R.
2015A&A...579A..24B 337       D   O X C       8 27 7 Quasi-periodic oscillations in accreting magnetic white dwarfs. I. Observational constraints in X-ray and optical. BONNET-BIDAUD J.M., MOUCHET M., BUSSCHAERT C., et al.
2015ApJS..219...32H 658       D S   X C       15 80 7 The WISE light curves of polars. HARRISON T.E. and CAMPBELL R.K.
2015MNRAS.451.4183S 40           X         1 5 2 MLS110213:022733+130617: a new eclipsing polar above the period gap. SILVA K.M.G., RODRIGUES C.V., OLIVEIRA A.S., et al.
2016NewA...46...60B 16       D               1 23 6 Photometry of the long period dwarf nova MU Centauri. BRUCH A.
2016ApJ...833...14H 382       D S   X         9 72 4 Abundance derivations for the secondary stars in cataclysmic variables from near-infrared spectroscopy. HARRISON T.E.
2017MNRAS.470.4815B 41           X         1 37 5 Broad-band characteristics of seven new hard X-ray selected cataclysmic variables. BERNARDINI F., DE MARTINO D., MUKAI K., et al.
2017AJ....154..252B viz 16       D               2 138 1 A Jansky VLA survey of magnetic cataclysmic variable stars. I. The data. BARRETT P.E., DIECK C., BEASLEY A.J., et al.
2019MNRAS.489.1023Y 145       D     X C       3 7 ~ A 9-h CV with one outburst in 4 yr of Kepler data. YU Z., THORSTENSEN J.R., RAPPAPORT S., et al.
2020MNRAS.491..201J 87           X         2 21 ~ Optical and X-ray studies of three polars: RX J0859.1+0537, RX J0749.1-0549, and RX J0649.8-0737. JOSHI A., PANDEY J.C., RAJ A., et al.
2020MNRAS.492L..40A viz 17       D               1 1220 ~ Disentangling cataclysmic variables in Gaia's HR diagram. ABRIL J., SCHMIDTOBREICK L., EDEROCLITE A., et al.
2020MNRAS.499..149A 17       D               1 39 ~ V1460 Her: a fast spinning white dwarf accreting from an evolved donor star. ASHLEY R.P., MARSH T.R., BREEDT E., et al.
2021ApJ...914....5S viz 63       D     X         2 206 ~ Nova-produced common envelope: source of the nonsolar abundances and an additional frictional angular momentum loss in cataclysmic variables. SPARKS W.M. and SION E.M.
2022MNRAS.516.3144D 65       D     X         2 79 ~ Short-duration accretion states of Polars as seen in TESS and ZTF data. DUFFY C., RAMSAY G., WU K., et al.
2023AJ....165...43L 50           X         1 16 ~ Kepler K2 and TESS Observations of Two Magnetic Cataclysmic Variables: The New Asynchronous Polar SDSS J084617.11+245344.1 and Paloma. LITTLEFIELD C., HOARD D.W., GARNAVICH P., et al.

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