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* Profile

MisV1335

R.A.14h31m20s.58
Decl.+32o02'23".4(2000.0)
Mag.15.47-16.16V
TypeRRAB
Period0.6338
= USNO-A2.0 1200.07322709  14h31m20s.520 +32o02'23".39  Mag(R):15.3  M
  ag(B):16.1

Digitized Sky Survey GIF image (15 x 15 arcmin)

SIMBAD Query

AAVSO VSX Database

ASAS-3 Light Curve

* Discovery Information

Seiichi Yoshida, MISAO Project; Martin Nicholson (Royal Astronomical Society); and Ken-ichi Kadota, Ageo, Saitama, Japan, discovered a new variable star MisV1335.

It was picked up by Seiichi Yoshida from the candidates of new variable stars detected by the PIXY system 2 from images taken by Martin Nicholson, and confirmed by Ken-ichi Kadota.

Martin Nicholson took 33 images of the region around the variable star RS Boo on 2005 May 10, 11, 12 and 16 with a Takahashi Sky 90 and an ST10XE CCD camera that are mounted on a Paramount GT1100s mount. The scope is called AREO3, and is housed at an Observatory near Mahill, New Mexico. The observatory is at 7300 ft. (2225 meters) elevation under spectacularly clear and dark skies.

Ken-ichi Kadota created the composite images and confirmed the variation.

It seems to be a short periodic variable.

* Special Notes

Taichi Kato analyzed the Catalina Sky Survey data and revealed it is an RR Lyr-type (RRAB type) variable with a period of 0.6338 days.

* Light Curve


* Recent Observations

2010 July  5.889  15.53  CR  Diego Rodriguez
2010 June 19.901  15.70  V   Diego Rodriguez
2010 June 19.899  15.55  R   Diego Rodriguez

* Observations by MISAO Project

DateMagFilterObserver
2005 May 10.2423515.85VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.2592115.58VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.2679115.46VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.2770415.43VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.2867115.26VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.2960615.38VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.3054215.24VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.3138915.48VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.3224015.61VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.3309815.42VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 10.3397915.49VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.1767116.07VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.1875215.95VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.1985816.08VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.2097716.03VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.2209716.19VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.2321215.88VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.2439016.27VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.2555816.25VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 11.2684316.12VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 12.2836615.59VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 12.2949915.83VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 12.3062815.69VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 12.3177415.88VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.2989515.99VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.3102516.17VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.3215016.34VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.3336516.01VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.3445016.06VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.3553716.14VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.3662316.26VMartin Nicholson
2005 May 16.3773116.33VMartin Nicholson

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