Talk:Dwarf nova

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Example: IP Pegasi[edit]

About 400 dwarf novae are known in total, but only a dozen or so of them have the correct angle of inclination (>70 degrees) to display eclipses as seen from the vantage point of the Earth. IP Pegasi is amongst the brightest and most well known. The star lies 2.3 degrees south of the 6th mag star 65 Pegasi, and its mag range is 12.0 - 13.8. Space viper (talk) 14:18, 8 December 2008 (UTC)