(cba:news) V1032 Oph, fire away!
jop at astro.columbia.edu
Sun Apr 4 04:42:41 EDT 2010
A new eclipsing superhumper in outburst - outstanding! Definitely the
object for urgent morning attention this week. Make the time series as
long as possible, and follow the object as long as possible down towards
quiescence (so white light is fine, as usual).
First one of these in a long time!
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Subject: (cba:data) V1032 Oph (3-4 Apr 2010) (JD 290.638 to 290.731)
clearly an eclipsing UGSU
Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2010 08:16:54 +0200
From: Enrique de Miguel Agustino <demiguel at uhu.es>
Reply-To: cba-tech at cbastro.org
To: cba-data at cbastro.org
Confirmation of the UGSU+E nature of this target.
The eclipse I found on March 31 (data sent to
the CBA) did correspond to an orbital eclipse.
Tentative orbital period P_orb = 0.0795(3) though
more data is clearly needed to refine this value.
See comments below.
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