Long Secondary Periods in Pulsating Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars: An Investigation of their Origin
Approximately 25%-30% of pulsating asymptotic giant branch (AGB) stars show long secondary periods (LSPs) of typical length ∼400-1500 days, roughly 10 times longer than the primary period of pulsation. Here we seek an explanation for the LSPs. We descri
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