The planets around nn serpentis: still there

@article{Marsh2014ThePA,
  title={The planets around nn serpentis: still there},
  author={T. Marsh and S. Parsons and M. Bours and S. Littlefair and C. Copperwheat and V. Dhillon and E. Breedt and C. C{\'a}ceres and M. Schreiber},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={437},
  pages={475-488}
}
We present 25 new eclipse times of the white dwarf binary NN Ser taken with the high-speed camera ULTRACAM on the William Herschel Telescope and New Technology Telescope, the RISE camera on the Liverpool Telescope and HAWK-I on the Very Large Telescope to test the two-planet model proposed to explain variations in its eclipse times measured over the last 25 yr. The planetary model survives the test with flying colours, correctly predicting a progressive lag in eclipse times of 36 s that has set… Expand

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