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* Profile

MisV1336

R.A.02h17m09s.27
Decl.+56o08'33".0(2000.0)
Mag.11.26-11.68C
TypeI
= GSC 3690-01647  02h17m09s.21 +56o08'32".2  Error:0.2"  Mag:11.99  Ma
  gError:0.41  Band:1  Class:0  Plate:01YD  Flag:F  Epoch:11 OCT 1983

Digitized Sky Survey GIF image (15 x 15 arcmin)

SIMBAD Query

AAVSO VSX Database

ASAS-3 Light Curve

NSVS Light Curve (NSVS 1904646)
NSVS Light Curve (NSVS 1789268)

* Discovery Information

Kazuhiro Nakajima, Mie, Japan, discovered a new variable star MisV1336.

It was picked up during time series photometry of MisV1275 in the course of the MISAO Project.

The light curve suggests it is a bright irregular variable with an average magnitude of 11.5 mag and a small amplitude of 0.42 mag.

Not only the long term irregular variation, a short term small variation of 0.1 mag during several hours was also confirmed by the time series photometry on three nights.

There are two entries in the NSVS catalog. The NSVS data suggests it is completely constant at 11.60 mag. No variation over 0.1 mag was not recorded in 1999, which suggests MisV1336 is not a periodic variable. But the NSVS data must be blending with a southern star with similar brightness.

* Special Notes

Discovered during time series photometry of MisV1275.

The light curve suggests it is a bright irregular variable with an average magnitude of 11.5 mag and a small amplitude of 0.42 mag.

Not only the long term irregular variation, a short term small variation of 0.1 mag during several hours was also confirmed by the time series photometry on three nights.

There are two entries in the NSVS catalog. The NSVS data suggests it is completely constant at 11.60 mag. No variation over 0.1 mag was not recorded in 1999, which suggests MisV1336 is not a periodic variable. But the NSVS data must be blending with a southern star with similar brightness.

Michael Richmond researched the TASS Mark IV database and found no significant variation in either V or I band (light curve). The mean color is (V-I) = 0.52. Note that the TASS Mark IV data is also blending.

* Light Curve


* Recent Observations

2013 Nov. 22.852  12.14  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2013 Oct.  9.969  12.18  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2013 Oct.  9.969  11.71  CR  Adolfo San Segundo
2012 Dec. 28.787  12.07  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2012 Dec. 27.836  12.15  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2012 Oct. 10.041  12.05  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2012 Jan. 17.814  12.10  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2012 Jan. 14.826  12.14  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2012 Jan.  3.797  12.11  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2012 Jan.  3.797  11.64  CR  Adolfo San Segundo
2011 Dec. 26.789  12.12  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2011 Dec. 26.789  11.64  CR  Adolfo San Segundo
2011 Dec. 19.876  12.17  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2011 Dec. 19.876  11.68  CR  Adolfo San Segundo
2011 Sept.30.987  12.05  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2011 Feb.  3.769  12.01  CV  Adolfo San Segundo
2010 Dec. 18.881  11.92  CV  Esteban Reina Lorenz
2010 Dec. 18.881  11.49  CR  Esteban Reina Lorenz
2010 Dec. 12.019  11.90  CV  Esteban Reina Lorenz
2010 Nov. 20.973  11.48  CR  Esteban Reina Lorenz
2010 Oct. 15.937  11.88  CV  Esteban Reina Lorenz

* Observations by MISAO Project

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