2023
DOI: 10.3847/1538-3881/acad7e
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Abstract: We study variable stars in the field of the open cluster NGC 381 using photometric data observed over 27 nights and identify a total of 57 variable stars, six of which are member stars. The variable stars are classified based on their periods, amplitudes, light-curve shapes, and locations in the H-R diagram. We found a rich variety of variable stars in the cluster. We identified a total of 10 eclipsing binaries, of which two are of Algol type while eight are of W UMa type (EW). The estimated ages of these EW b… Show more

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