Tracking down R Coronae Borealis stars from their mid-infrared WISE colours
Context. R Coronae Borealis stars (RCBs) are hydrogen-deficient and carbon-rich supergiant stars. They are very rare, with only ∼50 actually known in our Galaxy. Interestingly, RCBs are strongly suspected of being the evolved merger product of two white
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