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Title: Naini Tal-Cape survey for pulsating chemically peculiar stars - A status report
Authors: Seetha, S
Chaubey, U. S
Girish, V
Joshi, S
Ashoka, B. N
Gupta, S. K
Kurtz, D. W
Martinez, P
Sagar, R
Keywords: Naini Tal-cape survey;Pulsating stars
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Astronomical Society of India
Citation: BASI, Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 309 - 312
Abstract: The "Naini Tal-Cape survey for rapidly oscillating Ap stars", to search the northern hemi-sphere sky for pulsating stars was initiated in 1997. This is a collaboration between India and South Africa. So far about 70 stars have been observed and 4 variables have been discovered. The variables are HD 13079, HD 13038, HD 12098 and HD 98851. Of these HD 12098 is a likely rapidly oscillating Ap star. This paper gives a status report on the survey. The methodology of this survey and an evaluation of observing time vis-a-vis the chance of discovering a new variable are discussed.
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