[vsnet-alert 24121] Re: TCP J21040470+4631129 another bright outburst!

Keisuke Isogai isogai at kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Wed Apr 1 16:47:25 JST 2020

This outburst should be a superoutburst and must be
showing growing superhumps now. However, we can
observe this object only for 2-3 hours before sunrise.
It is encouraged to observe this object on many sites.

On 2020/03/31 21:33, Denis Denisenko d.v.denisenko at gmail.com via vsnet-alert wrote:
> This dwarf nova in Cygnus is in outburst again on the recent 3x60-sec
> unfiltered images obtained remotely with iTelescope T11 instrument in
> Mayhill, New Mexico, at 11:27-11:30 UT on Mar. 31.
> TCP J21040470+4631129
>    20200331.4780  11.11CV  T11  Outburst!
> As shown by the recent AAVSO data from five European observers, the
> variable has not returned to the quiescent level after the conjunction with
> the Sun. The star was at 15.4-15.2 CV on Mar. 28 and Mar. 30 - the same as
> during the observations on Feb. 01-05.
> The current magnitude is similar to the maxima of 2019 Aug. 28 and Dec. 11
> superoutbursts. Both lasted about a week.
> Denis Denisenko

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