(cba:news) [Fwd: [vsnet-outburst 9719] V358 Lyr - Cloudcroft confirmation]
jop at astro.columbia.edu
Sat Nov 22 20:20:02 EST 2008
And here's Tom's confirmation. Whew.
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Subject: [vsnet-outburst 9719] V358 Lyr - Cloudcroft confirmation
Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2008 18:12:45 -0700
From: Tom Krajci <tom_krajci at tularosa.net>
To: cvnet-outburst at yahoogroups.com
CC: Aavso-Photometry <aavso-photometry at mira.aavso.org>, chat CBA
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Weather is good enough...for now.
I see the same thing that Shawn sees at the coord's Arne passed on:
18:59:32.95 +42:24:12.2 J2000
Using GSC 3127-1780 (approx mag 13.2).... V358 Lyr is mag 16.0
unfiltered. I can continue unfiltered time series for another three
hours (too low)...or cirrus clouds cut me off.
I'm also running a BVRI repeated sequence on the other scope.
Cloudcroft, New Mexico
Center for Backyard Astrophysics (CBA)
https://cbastro.org/ CBA New Mexico
American Association of Variable Star
Observers (AAVSO): KTC http://www.aavso.org/
Shawn Dvorak wrote:
> I just took an unfiltered image of the field and believe that V358 Lyr
> is in outburst. I don't have any previous images to compare against but
> using the Downes online catalog it appears that there's an object at the
> correct location. Using the 14.0 mag star from the AAVSO sequence I
> measure the star at:
> Nov 22.98 16.14CV
> The FITS file is available at
> http://www.rollinghillsobs.org/v358lyr-001c.fit for inspection.
> Shawn Dvorak
> Clermont, FL USA
> Jeremy Shears wrote:
>> V358 Lyr is possibly in outburst - confirmation urgently required. In
>> a single unfiltered CCD image obtained from the Bradford Robotic
>> Telescope this evening I made the following measurement:
>> Nov 22.917 16.26C
>> I reported this to Gary Poyner, who measured the same image as 16.21C
>> (both using the AAVSO chart).
>> However, we note that the position is very slightly West of the
>> positon marked on the AAVSO chart, placing the suspect object half way
>> between the marked position for V358 and the 175 comp. Unfortunately
>> we only have a single BRT image and we cannot rule out a fault
>> (doesn't look like a hot pixel), hence we cannot be sure that it is
>> defintely V358 Lyr in outburst, thus the need for confirmation. Cloudy
>> conditions at both my location and Gary's are preventing our confirmation.
>> Jeremy Shears
>> Cheshire, UK.
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