2021
DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stab3662
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ASAS J071404+7004.3 – a close, bright nova-like cataclysmic variable with gusty winds

Abstract: Despite being bright (V ≃ 11.8) and nearby (d = 212 pc) ASAS J071404+7004.3 has only recently been identified as a nova-like cataclysmic variable. We present time-resolved optical spectroscopy obtained at the Isaac Newton and the Hiltner and McGraw-Hill Telescopes, together with Swift X-ray and ultraviolet observations. We combined these with TESS photometry and find a period of 3.28 h and a mass transfer rate of $4-9\times 10^{-9}\, {\rm{M_{\odot }\, yr}^{-1}}$. Historical photometry shows at least one low st… Show more

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“…On the other hand, Inight et al (2022) recently detected a wind in the optical spectra of the novalike variable ASAS J071404+7004.3 in the form of a P Cygni profile in He I λ5876. All emission lines in that system are single peaked.…”
Section: Accretion Disk Windmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the other hand, Inight et al (2022) recently detected a wind in the optical spectra of the novalike variable ASAS J071404+7004.3 in the form of a P Cygni profile in He I λ5876. All emission lines in that system are single peaked.…”
Section: Accretion Disk Windmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…CVs with known orbital periods are also important for such binary evolution studies, these enable the masses and radii of the individual stars to be determined. The orbital period can be deduced in the SU UMa dwarf nova subtypes from an eruption induced periodic 'superhump' variation in the light curve (Patterson et al 2005); from radial velocity variations in spectral lines (Inight et al 2021); or in eclipsing systems via the periodic occultation of the WD and accretion disc by the donor (Copperwheat et al 2010). The exploration of wide field survey photometry with ML techniques provides an avenue for the discovery of many more of these transients.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%