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Dissertation Summary: White Dwarfs in Wide Binaries and the Age of the Galaxy
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
We present a photometric study of wide binaries with suspected white dwarf (WD) components. These systems were initially identified on the basis of their reduced proper motions and colors by W. J. Luyten (Proper Motion Survey with the Forty-Eight Inch Schmidt Telescope [Minneapolis: Univ. Minnesota Press, 1963-]) and H. L. Giclas et al. (Lowell Proper Motion Survey, Northern Hemisphere [Flagstaff: Lowell Obs., 1971], Lowell Proper Motion Survey, Southern Hemisphere [ Flagstaff: Lowell Obs.,doi:10.1086/316236 fatcat:zbba367urvdz3pb7xvmpq744s4