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Fig. 12


Phase-folded light curves and variogram of the PCEB CSS J210017. Catalina V light curve phase-folded with the period from Drake et al. (2014b; panel a), Gaia G FoV (panel b), GBP (panel c), and GRP (panel d) light curves phase-folded with the period from the short-timescale analysis; and Gaia variogram from the short-timescale analysis (panel e). The orange dashed line indicates the Gaia short-timescale period, and the purple star shows the variogram point that triggered the detection. Different reference times have been used to phase-fold the Gaia and Catalina light curves. The reference time used to fold the Gaia light curves is 1757.338 d (in BJD in TCB − 2455197.5 d).

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