Extensive Swift X–ray observations of nuclear burning in nova RS Oph 2006: The brightest Super–Soft Source

Tim J. O'brien, Stewart P. S. Eyres, Michael F. Bode, J. P. Osborne, K. L. Page, A. P. Beardmore, M.R. Goad, S. Starrfield, J.-u. Ness, J. Krautter, G. Schwarz, D. N. Burrows, N. Gehrels, J. J. Drake, A. Evans

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V407 Cyg before the 2010 nova, gleaned from unpublished 1993 archival VLA data, which shows that the radio luminosity of the Mira wind varies by a factor of 20 even in quiescence. Although V407 Cyg likely hosts a massive accreting white dwarf, making it a candidate progenitor system for a Type Ia supernova, the dense and radially continuous circumbinary material surrounding V407 Cyg is inconsistent with observational constraints on the environments of most Type Ia supernovae.
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CyfnodolynThe Astrophysical Journal
Cyfrol727
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Dynodwyr Gwrthrych Digidol (DOIs)
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 2010

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