[vsnet-alert 12143] Re: OT_J234440.5-001206 = MLS transient
gianluca at bellatrixobservatory.org
Sun Sep 5 11:31:59 JST 2010
as soon as I received this alert, I slewed my robotic system to this
transient, starting time resolved photometry.
After 1.6 hours, I see a clear evidence of superhumps, with an amplitude
of 0.3 mags and a period around 2 hours (estimated by eye!).
So, this star seems to be a SU UMa star.
Taichi Kato ha scritto:
> OT_J234440.5-001206 = MLS transient
> Forwarded message:
> (The CRTS event identifier is MLS100904:234441-001206)
> From: Patrick Wils <patrickwils at yahoo.com>
> Subject: [cvnet-outburst] Mount Lemmon CRTS Transient
> The Mount Lemmon CRTS survey found a relatively bright transient at mag 14.3, position 23 44 40.54 -00 12 05.8. It is mag 21 in its faint state according to SDSS, 20-20.5 according to CRTS. This is very likely a previously unknown dwarf nova. Details can be found here: <http://www.skyalert.org/events/15318/>.
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