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A global network of small telescopes dedicated to photometry of cataclysmic variables.

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  • EI UMa (84.61848-85.01819) (Jim Jones)
  • EI UMa 7085.659-.864 - INTERESTING STAR! (data attached) (Lew Cook)
  • EI UMa-CBA-Concord-7085.696-.864-INTERESTING STAR!.txt (Lew Cook)
  • ASASSN-14mv(JD84.42 to 84.55), unfiltered (David Cejudo)
  • UX UMa(JD84.55 to 84.72), unfiltered (David Cejudo)
  • EI UMa (JD 7085.63 - 7085.76) (Shawn Dvorak)
  • ASASSN-14mv(JD81.31 to 81.53), unfiltered, cloudy (David Cejudo)
  • EX Hya - JD 086.168 - 086.278 (Gordon Myers)
  • V667 Pup - JD 085.907 - 086.141 (Gordon Myers)
  • ASASSN-14mv Clear Filter JD085.633-085.797 Through clouds, ended by clouds (Bill Stein)
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V803 Centauri - April 1997 - CBA

This is a light curve of V803 Cen, as synthesized from observations in South Africa (J. Patterson), Chile (J. Kemp), New Zealand (S. Walker), and Australia (P. McGee in Adelaide and G. Garradd in Loomberah). The period is 23.7±0.2 hr. The true speed demon among the dwarf novae!