EMCCD photometry reveals two new variable stars in the crowded central region of the globular cluster NGC 6981

J. Skottfelt*, D. M. Bramich, Roberto Jose Figuera Jaimes, U. G. Jorgensen, Noé Kains, K. B. W. Harpsoe, C. Liebig, M. T. Penny, K. A. Alsubai, J. M. Andersen, V. Bozza, P. Browne, S. Calchi Novati, Y. Damerdji, C. Diehl, M. Dominik, A. Elyiv, E. Giannini, F. Hessman, T. C. HinseM. Hundertmark, D. Juncher, E. Kerins, H. Korhonen, L. Mancini, R. Martin, M. Rabus, S. Rahvar, G. Scarpetta, J. Southworth, C. Snodgrass, R. A. Street, J. Surdej, J. Tregloan-Reed, C. Vilela, A. Williams

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