(cba:news) ex hya at last
jop at astro.columbia.edu
Sun Aug 9 08:35:28 EDT 1998
Zowie! Apparently EX Hya just jumped into outburst (9.5 last night).
The placement isn't good but by patching together runs from various
southerly observers around the world, we might be able to construct a
decent light curve. The orbital period is 98 minutes. If you can
possibly get an orbit in the early evening, that would be great.
This one courtesy of Rod Stubbings. Certainly one of the planet's
best observers of dwarf novae.
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