The field high-amplitude SX Phe variable BL Cam: Results from a multisite photometric campaign: II. Evidence of a binary - Possibly triple - System

S. Fauvaud, J. P. Sareyan, I. Ribas, E. Rodríguez, P. Lampens, G. Klingenberg, J. A. Farrell, F. Fumagalli, J. H. Simonetti, M. Wolf, G. Santacana, A. Y. Zhou, R. Michel, L. Fox-Machado, M. Alvarez, A. Nava-Vega, M. J. López-González, V. M. Casanova, F. J. Aceituno, I. ScheggiaJ. J. Rives, E. G. Hintz, P. Van Cauteren, M. Helvaci, C. Yesilyaprak, K. A. Graham, L. Král, R. Kocián, H. Kučáková, M. Fauvaud, B. H. Granslo, J. Michelet, M. P. Nicholson, J. M. Vugnon, L. Kotková, K. Truparová, C. Ulusoy, B. Yasarsoy, A. Avdibegovic, M. Blai Ek, J. Kliner, P. Zasche, S. Bartošíková, M. Vilášek, O. Trondal, F. Van Den Abbeel, R. Behrend, H. Wücher

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