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    • The field high-amplitude SX Phe variable BL Cam: results from a multisite photometric campaign 

      Fauvaud, S.; Sareyan, J. P.; Ribas, I.; Rodriguez, E.; Lampens, P.; Klingenberg, G.; Farrell, J. A.; Fumagalli, F.; Simonetti, John H.; Wolf, M.; Santacana, G.; Zhou, A. Y.; Michel, R.; Fox-Machado, L.; Alvarez, M.; Nava-Vega, A.; Lopez-Gonzalez, M. J.; Casanova, V. M.; Aceituno, F. J.; Scheggia, I.; Rives, J. J.; Hintz, E. G.; Van Cauteren, P.; Helvaci, M.; Yesilyaprak, C.; Graham, K. A.; Kral, L.; Kocian, R.; Kucakova, H.; Fauvaud, M.; Granslo, B. H.; Michelet, J.; Nicholson, M. P.; Vugnon, J. M.; Kotkova, L.; Truparova, K.; Ulusoy, C.; Yasarsoy, B.; Avdibegovic, A.; Blazek, M.; Kliner, J.; Zasche, P.; Bartosikova, S.; Vilasek, M.; Trondal, O.; Van Den Abbeel, F.; Behrend, R.; Wucher, H. (EDP SCIENCES, 2010-06)
      Context. Short-period high-amplitude pulsating stars of Population I (delta Sct stars) and II (SX Phe variables) exist in the lower part of the classical (Cepheid) instability strip. Most of them have very simple pulsational ...
    • The field high-amplitude SX Phoenicis variable BL Camelopardalis: results from a multisite photometric campaign 

      Rodriguez, E.; Fauvaud, S.; Farrell, J. A.; Zhou, A. Y.; Sareyan, J. P.; Lopez-Gonzalez, M. J.; Dupret, M. A.; Grigahcene, A.; de Ridder, J.; Klingenberg, G.; Wolf, M.; Van Cauteren, P.; Lampens, P.; Martinez, D.; Casanova, V. M.; Aceituno, F. J.; Helvaci, M.; Hintz, E. G.; Kral, L.; Fumagalli, F.; Simonetti, John H.; Granslo, B. H.; Kotkova, L.; Santacana, G.; Michelet, J.; Fauvaud, M.; Vugnon, J. M.; Sadsaoud, H.; Aliouane, A.; Grigahcene, Z. C.; Martin-Ruiz, S.; Amado, P. J.; Suarez, J. C.; Moya, A.; Kucakova, H.; Kocian, R.; Truparova, B.; Avdibegtovic, A.; Blazek, M.; Kliner, J.; Zasche, P.; Vilasek, M.; Bartosikova, S.; Yasarsoy, B.; Ulusoy, C.; Graham, K. A.; Nicholson, M. P.; Trondal, O.; Yesilyaprak, C.; Coker, D. (EDP SCIENCES, 2007-08)
      Context. BL Cam is an extreme metal-deficient field high-amplitude SX Phe-type variable where a very complex frequency spectrum is detected, with a number of independent nonradial modes excited, unusual among the high-amplitude ...