[vsnet-alert 10226] SDSS J162718.39+120435.0 outburst
tkato at kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Sat May 31 09:17:09 JST 2008
According to cvnet, SDSS J162718.39+120435.0 is reported to be
in outburst. The object had not detected by ASAS-3, suggesting
that outbursts brighter than the current one were absent or rare.
The quiescent spectrum (SDSS) was typical for a dwarf nova.
Observations are encouraged.
From: "steve_e_brady" <sbrady10 at verizon.net>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 18:37:20 -0000
Subject: [cvnet-outburst] SDSS 162718+120435 in outburst
I detected SDSS 162718+120435 in outburst last night which is currently
classified as a CV of unknown type making it a high priority target. I
first detected this star on 2008/05/01 at 18.43 (C filter) and last
night at 15. I would be interested to know if anyone has observations
of this CV.
Unfortunately it will be cloudy and rainy here for the next few nights
and I will not be able to follow-up. If anyone is interested in
obseving this star, I would be happy to collect any observations and
forward them to Boris Gaensicke for analysis.
Clear skies to all,
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