The study which entitle The First Light Curve Analysis of Twin Binary System V1175 Cas using Ground-based and TESS data has been published in New Astronomy.

Eclipsing binary systems hold a central position within astrophysics in that the fundamental parameters of stars can be determined by direct observations. The simultaneous analyses of high-quality space observations, combined with ground-based photometric data, have allowed more sensitive detection of fundamental stellar parameters by multicolor photometry. In the paper, the fundamental parameters of the component stars for the V1175 Cas binary system were sensitively obtained by a simultaneous analysis of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) light curve, and new CCD observations in BVRI filters obtained with a 60 cm robotic telescope at the TUBITAK National Observatory.