PV CEP and V350 CEP: Stars on the Way between FUors and EXors

@inproceedings{Andreasyan2021PVCA,
  title={PV CEP and V350 CEP: Stars on the Way between FUors and EXors},
  author={Hasmik Andreasyan and Tigran Yu. Magakian and Tigran A. Movsessian and Alexei V. Moiseev},
  year={2021}
}
Based on new observations during 2015-2020 and published data, the unusual eruptive variables PV Cep and V350 Cep are examined. It is shown that PV Cep underwent a regular outburst followed by a drop in brightness that lasted overall from 2011 to 2019 and is still in a deep minimum. The outburst was accompanied by substantial changes in the intensity and profiles of a number of lines, including H , [SII], and [OI]. The forbidden lines generally have negative radial velocities and can be divided… 

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