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Well, the lack of any reasonable explanations means that I have to do some
work and put up some curves. I will do this. It may take a couple of
days. I have been assuming that these were noise or some standard
item. They have been a pain since they show up with high WS statistic and
I have to look at all of them to find the other good things.
Grasping at straws, one could get this type of data by luck and
aliasing. Consider a pulsing star that you happen to measure ten times at
it's low value and once (or twice) at it's high value.
OK, onward to real data, real curves, and stars where the location can be
At 05:51 AM 5/18/03 +0000, Tom Droege wrote:
>Are there many stars that flash? I keep finding stars with one bright
>point. I assume that these are airplanes flying by that happen to flash
>on top of a measured star. This especially if the bright point is at a
>slightly different position. But sometimes the bright point is at the
>exact same position as all the others which I think unlikely for an airplane.
- From: Tom Droege <firstname.lastname@example.org>