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V899 Mon: a peculiar eruptive young star close to the end of its outburst

@inproceedings{Park2021V899MA,
  title={V899 Mon: a peculiar eruptive young star close to the end of its outburst},
  author={Sunkyung Park and 'A. K'osp'al and Fernando Cruz-S'aenz de Miera and M. Siwak and Marek Dr'o.zd.z and Bernadett Ign'acz and Daniel T. Jaffe and R'eka Konyves-T'oth and L. Kriskovics and Jae-Joon Lee and Jeong-Eun Lee and Gregory N. Mace and Waldemar Ogłoza and Andr'as P'al and Stephen B Potter and Zs'ofia Marianna Szab'o and Ramotholo R. Sefako and Hannah L. Worters},
  year={2021}
}
V899 Mon is an eruptive young star showing characteristics of both FUors and EXors. It reached a peak brightness in 2010, then briefly faded in 2011, followed by a second outburst. We conducted multifilter optical photometric monitoring, as well as optical and near-infrared spectroscopic observations of V899 Mon. The light curves and color-magnitude diagrams show that V899 Mon has been gradually fading after its second outburst peak in 2018, but smaller accretion bursts are still happening. Our… Expand

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