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Table 6.

Results of searching for physically nearby stars to AM CVn stars.

Gaia RA Dec p pmra pmdec G gr Separation
SourceID J2000 J2000 (mas) (mas yr−1) (mas yr−1) (mag) (pc)
KL Dra 2239471475135041664 291.159333 59.696233 1.04(15) −2.46(30) −18.27(26) 19.05 1.21
2239448930851818112 290.953649 59.610338 1.11(33) −2.89(75) −18.37(80) 19.44 1.14 3.5 ± 0.6
SDSS J1525+3600 1375131155313563136 231.289887 36.015117 1.93(28) 4.79(81) −16.87(81) 19.665 0.60
1375135415921155968 231.150531 36.107433 1.63(60) 5.25(129) −16.410(129) 20.226 1.13 1.4 ± 0.3
1375131155313567232 231.288185 36.023225 2.28(15) 5.24(28) −14.492(28) 18.293 1.20 0.06 ± 0.01

Notes. The candidate companion stars were selected by searching for stars within 3σ of the parallax to the AM CVn star and also 3σ of the proper motions in RA and Dec. In the final column we give the physical separation between the star and the AM CVn star.

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