rapid irregular variable
A rapid irregular variable is a type of irregular variable that changes in brightness by about 0.5 to 1 magnitude for a few hours or days. Unlike Orion variables, which they resemble, they are not embedded in nebulae and must therefore vary due to a different process.
Related entry• variable stars
Related category• TYPES OF STAR
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