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Re: new stars and such



I took all the suggestions and checked NASA ADS for references. Two had 
references not related to variability. One was published as a ROTSE 
variable (as John mentioned). Here is the list with some additional ids 
added.


id      ra         dec     v_mag   v_sig   i_mag   i_sig   W-S     ID

105239  213.9456   8.1364  10.550  0.190   9.760   0.203   17.19   GSC 
00902-00318
119075  220.0445   6.2865  11.423  0.167   11.104  0.122   5.86    GSC 
00332-00302
166278  245.0134   7.1246  9.875   0.087   8.953   0.082   9.97    
BD+07 3142
166925  248.7951   5.8473  11.748  0.093   11.137  0.093   5.78    GSC 
00394-01770
152307  252.2180   8.3187  11.665  0.147   11.006  0.134   7.85    
ROTSE1 J164852.15+081907.6 (2000AJ....119.1901A)
159077  256.7212   6.5836  11.089  0.157   10.529  0.150   11.77   GSC 
00410-02795
         243.3281   6.0376   7.76                                   HD 
145913 (1999A&AS..137..451G)


ID             Type    Ampl    Epoch         Freq    Notes
HD 12064       EW?     0.2     2451410.91    1.308   = BD -0 2310
GSC04904-01087 EW?     0.5     2451218.79    1.061   Secondary minimum 
amplitude 0.3 mag
HD 89027       EW      0.4     2452314.79    0.849
BD-3 3419      EW      0.5     2451661.69    1.299   = GSC04961-00667 = 
1RXS J131032.4-040934
HD 116274      EW      0.6     2452376.74    1.654
NSV19680       EW      0.2     2451567.96    1.402   = HIP 64732 = HD 
115247
BD-0 2900      EW      0.6     2451310.83    1.722   = GSC04987-00740 = 
TASS_J145340.0-010748, Secondary minimum amplitude 0.3 mag
HD 162905      EW      0.3     2452369.95    1.342
GSC05087-00198 EA??    0.6     2451374.67    0.592   Fairly faint, 
uncertain
BD-4 2739      EA      0.5     2451581.77    2.392   = GSC04902-01190 = 
1RXS J0950391.1-053029 (2000AJ....120.1410T)

I need to do some more work but it looks like there are some fairly 
bright stars with fairly large amplitudes. From Patrick's list (the 
lower one) BD-0 2900, HD 116274 and BD-4 2739 look good because of the 
high frequency and amplitude. It would be nice to find a flat-bottomed 
eclipser just for the modeling fun. HD 145913 (from the top list) has 
radial velocity from the paper and it's darn bright. BD+07 3142, also 
from the top list, may be nearby according to Greaves, which may make 
it interesting.

Any thoughts?

Cheers,
Michael Koppelman