V482 Cygni: An R-Coronae Borealis Star In A Quadruple System
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The R CrB star V482 Cyg is shown to be a member of a quadruple star system, possibly the brightest member of a cluster, at a distance of 1.7 kpc, with a circumstellar shell at a temperature of 800 K. The absolute magnitude ofthe variable is derived to be Mv = —2.8.
star clusters, stellar luminosity, variable stars, color-magnitude diagram, stellar envelopes, stellar magnitude, stellar temperature
Research supported by the National Geographic Society, NSF and NASA
John E. Gaustad, W. A. Stein, W. J. Forrest, and J. L. Pipher.
"V482 Cygni: An R-Coronae Borealis Star In A Quadruple System".
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