TCP J07094936+1412280: new WZ Sge-type dwarf nova
Kiyota-san, Itoh-san and Tonny Vanmunster have
reported observations. Kiyota-san's data very clearly
showed early superhumps. The period from the combined
data is 0.0548(2) d (full amplitude 0.03 mag).
ASASSN-21wd: likely SU UMa-type dwarf nova
Stephen M. Brincat reported observations for two hours.
A hump (0.2 mag) was recorded. This object is likely
an SU UMa star and further observations are encouraged.
MASTER OT J030227.28+191754.5: no ordinary superhumps yet?
Kyoto U team, Itoh-san, Kiyota-san, Tamas Tordai, Osaka Kyoiku U team,
Vihorlat Observatory, Josch Hambsch, and Tonny Vanmunster have reported
Even though more than 2 weeks have passed since the outburst peak, there
are no ordinary superhumps yet.
Continuous time-resolved observations are encouraged to catch the growing
(stage A) superhumps!