(cba:news) Enrique's note re V1032 Oph

Joe Patterson jop at astro.columbia.edu
Sun Apr 4 04:48:36 EDT 2010

Dear CBAers,

Here's Enrique's note re this new discovery.  BTW I think he observes 
with a FOUR inch telescope - unless he has upgraded (have you, Enrique?)

I'm a little late with the notification - let's scramble and make up for 
my tardiness!

Beautiful Easter surprise.


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Subject: V1032 Oph seems to be an eclipsing UGSU
Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2010 08:43:29 +0200
From: Enrique de Miguel Agustino <demiguel at uhu.es>
To: Joe Patterson <jop at astro.columbia.edu>

Dear Joe,

Just wanted to call your attention on this target.
This is an UGSU type variable that turns out to
display orbital eclipses. To the best of my knowledge,
the UGSU+E nature of this target had not been
previously noticed. I find P_orb=0.0795(3) d
(using just about 4h data obtained in two runs).
As far as I'm aware, observers contributing to the
vsnet database are following this target.
Maybe there some CBAers who are interested
in keeping an eye on this target.

   With my observing conditions, I'm constraint
to follow this target no more than 2 hours
just before sunrise.

I'm enclosing a plot of the today's run.

Enrique de Miguel
Huelva (Spain)

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