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CXOGBS J174954.5-294335 = CX19

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SkyView image of CXOBS J174954.5-294335 (see important notes)

  • Equatorial: 17h49m54.63s, -29d43m35.5s (Gaia)
  • Galactic: l=359.81, b=-1.21
Finding Chart:
Johnson et al. (2017)
Optical: G=19.0 (Gaia); X-rays: 1.3x10-12 ergs cm-2s-1 (4XMM-DR11)
IP Credential:
**** (Confirmed): This is the optical counterpart of a Chandra X-ray source which is an eclipsing CV. The spin period is seen both in the DECcam and the OGLE data.
  • Orbital: 0.358704 d = 8.60890 hr = 30992.0 s, from the eclipses.
    HJD(eclipse) = 2455691.8581(5) + 0.358704(2)E
    (Johnson et al 2017)
  • Spin: 0.0058255(3) d = 8.3887 min = 503.32(3) s, seen in optical photometry. (NB Johnson et al. states the spin period as 503.32 s = 0.0058718 d, wheas in fact the latter corresponds to 507.32 s. I'm using the spin period in seconds for now.)
  • Others:
? (negative parallax in Gaia EDR3)


  1. Udalski et al. 2012 (optical photometry)
  2. Britt et al. 2014 (optical photometry)
  3. Johnson et al. 2017 (optical and X-rays)
  4. Hameury & Lasota 2017 (disk instability model for IPs)

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