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Re: new stars and such
There are 12 stars in the database between 14hr - 18hr with W-S
greater than 5. Of those, 3 match GCVS variables (175165 - CC Her,161429
- AF Vir,118905 - CK Boo). 3 have bad obs that are skewing the results.
(looks like I still missed a couple of bad days)
These are the 6 remaining:
id ra dec v_mag v_sig i_mag i_sig W-S
105239 213.9456 8.1364 10.550 0.190 9.760 0.203 17.19
119075 220.0445 6.2865 11.423 0.167 11.104 0.122 5.86
166278 245.0134 7.1246 9.875 0.087 8.953 0.082 9.97
166925 248.7951 5.8473 11.748 0.093 11.137 0.093 5.78
152307 252.2180 8.3187 11.665 0.147 11.006 0.134 7.85
159077 256.7212 6.5836 11.089 0.157 10.529 0.150 11.77
Michael Koppelman wrote:
> OK, data divers, I need a new star. Hopefully something where 14h <
> 18h or so. I'm going to start looking, too. There may be some stuff all
> the way back from DS23 that I could do.
> My RR Lyr star is over for the season. I'm going to poke around with
> AAVSO stars and maybe a CBA star or too in the interim. Meanwhile, I'm
> still working on my all-sky photometry, too. Hard in non-photometric
> Minnesota, but I want the skills, dammit.
> The fervor over the ASAS data should be motivating for you guys with
> TASS cameras, since it doesn't get the northern stuff. I know Tom is
> grabbing data like a madman.
> Arne, if you are reading this, do you think the two stars I talked
> at the AAVSO should be in one paper, two papers, or zero papers? I
> like to include the Patrick's WD model for the EB and my (soon to
> improve) Mv analysis of the RRab. What are your thoughts? I can provide
> powerpoint slides to others who would have an opinion. In case you
> haven't noticed, I long for co-authors -- I have no problem sharing
> Michael Koppelman