Dwarf nova
A U Geminorum-type variable star, or dwarf nova (pl. novae) is a type of cataclysmic variable star consisting of a close binary star system in which one of the components is a white dwarf that accret...
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VW Hydri
VW Hydri is a dwarf nova of the SU Ursae Majoris type in the deep southern constellation Hydrus; a star system that consists of a white dwarf and another generally cool star. It is one of the brightes...
WZ Sagittae
WZ Sagittae (WZ Sge) is a cataclysmic dwarf nova star system in the Sagitta constellation. it consists of a white dwarf primary being orbited by a low mass companion. The white dwarf is about 0.85 sol...
DM Lyrae
DM Lyrae (DM Lyr for short) is a dwarf nova in the constellation Lyra. This binary system is composed of a primary star of unknown type, and a white dwarf companion. It erupted in 1928 and 1996 and ...
SX Leonis Minoris
SX Leonis Minoris is a dwarf nova of the SU Ursae Majoris type that was first discovered as a 16th magnitude blue star in 1957, before its identity was confirmed as a dwarf nova in 1994. The system co...
SX Leonis Minoris - Wikipedia
Z Chamaeleontis
Z Chamaeleontis (abbreviated Z Cha) is an dwarf nova variable star system approximately 316 light-years away from the Sun, where two stars orbit each other every 1.78 hours. The system comprises an ec...
EK Trianguli Australis
EK Trianguli Australis is a star in the constellation Triangulum Australe. It is a dwarf nova of the SU Ursae Majoris type that officially classified as such in 1980, after the characteristic eruption...
U Geminorum
U Geminorum (U Gem), in the constellation Gemini, is an archetypal example of a dwarf nova. The binary star system consists of a white dwarf closely orbiting a red dwarf. Roughly every 100 days it und...
U Geminorum - Wikipedia
Z Camelopardalis
Z Camelopardalis (Z Cam) is a cataclysmic variable star in the constellation of Camelopardalis. It has an apparent visual magnitude which varies between 10.0 and 14.5. It is the prototype ...
Z Camelopardalis - Wikipedia