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VRI photometry of late dwarf common proper motion stars

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From the photometric observations of a sample of late dwarf common proper motion pairs it may be inferred that about 30%–50% of such systems contain one or more additional stellar components. A small fraction of such systems have separations in excess of 5000 A.U.

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Weis, E.W. VRI photometry of late dwarf common proper motion stars. Astrophys Space Sci 142, 223–225 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00656212

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  • Physical Reality
  • Astronomical Unit
  • Photometric Observation
  • Distance Modulus
  • Dwarf Star