(cba:news) [Fwd: NSV 1485 and HS 2219+1824 in outburst]

Joe Patterson jop at astro.columbia.edu
Sun Oct 19 07:49:54 EDT 2008


Oh, and NSV 1485 is very deserving of attention too!  Another recent 
discovery which so far has not received good coverage. Tonny and Tom 
found superhumps a few years ago, but the present outburst (if a super) 
offers the best opportunity yet to track superhumps over the full course 
of eruption.

2000 coords are 4 12 36.9 +69 29 06.  There's a 15th mag star just east 
of the variable.

Very flashy baubles in the northern sky.  How can you resist?

If, that is, they're truly superoutbursts.  The first superhump tells 
the story.

joe



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: (cba:news) NSV 1485 and HS 2219+1824 in outburst
Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 19:34:59 +0000 (GMT)
From: Patrick Schmeer <extpasc at yahoo.de>
Reply-To: cba-chat at cbastro.org
To: CBA News <cba-news at cbastro.org>
CC: Emile Schweitzer <scw-afoev at orange.fr>, AAVSO <aavso at aavso.org>

Visual magnitude estimates by P. Schmeer, Bischmisheim, Germany:
NSV1485     20081018.780 132 SPK
HS2219+1824 20081017.79 <135 SPK
HS2219+1824 20081018.787 120 SPK  bright (superoutburst?)

Both stars are SU UMa-type dwarf novae.

Regards,
Patrick

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