[vsnet-alert 21403] Re: CRTS J044027.1+023301: new SU UMa-type dwarf nova

Patrick Schmeer pasc1312-aavso@yahoo.de via vsnet-alert vsnet-alert at ooruri.kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Wed Sep 6 02:55:01 JST 2017

CRTS J044027.1+023301  (UGSU)

Additional ASAS-SN Sky Patrol observation
of this superoutburst:
CRTSJ044027.1+023301 20170903.534  14.59V ASN

Further time-resolved photometry is required
to determine the superhump period (see Taichi
Kato's original message below).

Clear skies,
vsnet-alert 21388 (Patrick Schmeer):

CRTS J044027.1+023301 outburst (ASAS-SN CV Patrol)

CRTS J044027.1+023301  (UG(SU:))

ASAS-SN CV Patrol detection:
CSS090219:044027+023301 04:40:27.14 02:33:01.00 18.94
2017/08/31 13:55 57996.57989000017 15.148
14.573 57995.39229

CRTSJ044027.1+023301 20170818.599 <17.07V ASN
CRTSJ044027.1+023301 20170827.551 <17.16V ASN 
CRTSJ044027.1+023301 20170830.391  14.56V ASN
CRTSJ044027.1+023301 20180831.580  15.15V ASN

The previous (recorded) outburst started
on 2016 February 23 (ASAS-SN Sky Patrol).
It looked like a superoutburst (with a
rebrightening on 2016 March 12).
The current outburst seems to be a normal

vsnet-alert 21397 (Taichi Kato):

CRTS J044027.1+023301: new SU UMa-type dwarf nova

Tonny Vanmunster has reported a short run.
The object displayed a superhump. The hump
amplitude suggests that the object is a
typical SU UMa-type dwarf nova. Further
observations are needed to determine the

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