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International Astronomical Union
Commission 42


No. 60


H. Drechsel


B. Carrigan

O. Demircan

R. Häfner

T.J. Herczeg

V.G. Karetnikov

P. Mayer

R.G. Samec

C.D. Scarfe

M. Vetesník

A. Yamasaki

Material published by March 15, 1995

The bibliographical entries for individual stars and collections of data are categorized according to the following coding:

2. Catalogues, new binaries, etc.
a. Catalogues
b. Discoveries of new binaries
c. Identification of optical counterparts of X-ray, IR, or radio sources
d. Finding charts

3. Observational techniques

5. Observational data
a. Photometric observations
b. Spectroscopic observations
c. Spectrophotometric observations
d. Polarimetric observations
e. Astrometric and interferometric observations
f. Times of minima
g. Gamma-ray observations
i. Infrared observations
o. Optical observations
r. Radio observations
u. Ultraviolet observations
x. X-ray observations

6. Derived physical data
a. New elements
b. Absolute dimensions, masses, etc.
c. Period variations, improved ephemeris
d. Apsidal motion
e. Limb darkening and proximity effects
f. Abundances, atmospheric and chromospheric structure
g. Accretion disks

7. Theoretical investigations
a. Origin of close binaries
b. Evolution of close binaries
c. Mass transfer and mass loss
d. Theories of photometric proximity effects
f. Tidal phenomena
g. Compact objects in close binaries and models of these systems

8. Statistical investigations

9. Miscellaneous
a. Abstract
d. Addenda and errata

AD accretion disk EB eclipsing binary SB spectroscopic binary
BH black hole LMXRB low-mass X-ray binary WD white dwarf
CBS close binary system NS neutron star WR Wolf-Rayet star
CV cataclysmic variable RV radial velocity    

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