Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-1998

Abstract

Multiyear photometry and orbit-resolved spectroscopy of the nova-like cataclysmic variable PG 1000+667 show behavior associated with the VY Sculptoris subclass of nova-like cataclysmic variables. Photometric observations over a 35 month interval from Indiana University's robotic telescope Robo-Scope show two drops of 3 mag to a low state. Spectroscopy shows a periodic velocity variation in the Hβ emission line with P = 3.47 hr. This places the star just above the 2-3 hour period gap, which supports the VY Sculptoris classification.

DOI

10.1086/300347

First Page

2044

Last Page

2046

Volume

115

Issue

5

Publication Title

Astronomical Journal

ISSN

0004-6256

Comments

© 1998 American Astronomical Society.

Hillwig, T., Robertson, J., et al. 1998. "Spectroscopic and Photometric Analysis of the Nova-Like Cataclysmic Variable PG 1000+667: A New VY Sculptoris Star." Astronomical Journal. 115(5): 2044-2046. doi:10.1086/300347

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