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star "61620" in collected.big, CD 23 already "known"
This was the first one I mentioned on TASS list as being a possible
delta Scutid with solvable period, with Doug Welch mentioning soon
afterwards that an EW with .35 d period was also feasible.
It seems it has been previously detected as variable:-
Patrick Wils wrote:
> 61620 10.73V 10.14I 56.19 2 BrhV103 10.7 11.3C ?
A Bernhard one, so not a TASS "discovery" after all.
(I may have to keep up with my newvar.cat downloads it seems, I think
mine stops before BrhV100)
Most of the others in newvar.cat, as Patrick notes, are from various
non-variable related specialist surveys.
Except these 3, which include two more "Bernhard variables" and one new
Tycho variable. The Tycho variables might get into the next namelist,
at least some of them should, especially where variability class has
been identified. Not sure about the Berhnhard ones.
> 62668 12.28V 8.96I 22.47 2 BrhV109 11.1 11.6C -
(I'd thought that was new from TASS)
> 47605 12.64V 10.36I 1.36 4 BrhV108 12.2 12.6C -
> 11799 10.05V 9.66I -0.66 0 TYC143.947 P 10.103V
> (0.409) P=0.572016
(I keep and use the "new Tycho variables" data separately so I would
have known that that was already known).
Some other amateur lists are hard to keep up with due to no formal list