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Re: GSC 00445-01993
Dirk Terrell wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Jun 2002 14:03:58 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > However, that doesn't answer the basic question of why the scatter
> >was larger during your first session. I still say that the complete change
> >in behavior before and after your break is suspicious. If it had carried
> I agree. That does look a bit odd. I'd say keep observing and see if it
> repeats. You might try a different camera orientation to try to
> eliminate some possibilitie. Looks like another eclipser, a W UMa I'd
As we've probably said before, it's NSV 10892, spectral class "G", and a
ROSAT bright xray source.
So yes maybe EW.
When checking 55 matches of CD 23 against RASS BSC and 111 of RASS FSC
(faint sources) a not inconsiderable number turned out to be yellowish
stars between about mag 9 and 11 or so with Welch-Stetson indices over
I think Tom's invented an EW detector.