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AAVSO Bulletin 73 for 2010 Mar10

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Bulletin 73 was NOT prepared in the same way as in the past. 
READ THE INTRODUCTION before you use the Bulletin; contact AAVSO Headquarters 
for more precise dates for research.

Predicted MAXIMA of long period variables for March 2010
*0027+25A     TU And        <8.5-12.5>   Mar  8?   
 0133+38      Y And    %#   <9.2-14.2>   Mar  8    
 0152+54      U Per         <8.1-11.3>   Mar 11    
 0228-13      U Cet    %&   <7.5-12.6>   Mar 21    
*0259+19      RT Ari    @    9.8-(15.0   Mar  5?   
 0314-01      X Cet         <8.8-12.3>   Mar 18    
 0432+08      RX Tau   %&   <9.6-14.0>   Mar 30    
*0532-01      X Ori     &    9.3-(15.0   Mar 30?   
 0533+37      RU Aur   %&   <9.6-14.5>   Mar 14    
 0549+20A     U Ori         <6.3-12.0>   Mar  1    
*0602+46      VY Aur        10.3-14.7    Mar  8?   
*0607+46A     ST Aur   %@   10.3-15.8    Mar  5?   
*0641-36      CH Pup   %@    8.4-15.3    Mar  2?   
 0712+01      RR Mon   %#   <9.4-15.0>   Mar 21    
 0737+23      S Gem         <9.0-14.2>   Mar 14    
 0742-41      W Pup    %&   <8.4-12.4>   Mar 19    
*0810+40      W Lyn    %&    9.3-(15.5   Mar 20?   
 0904+25      W Cnc         <8.2-14.1>   Mar 26    
 0954+21      V Leo         <9.1-13.7>   Mar 15    
 1116-61      RS Cen   %@   <8.6-13.4>   Mar 12    
 1150-58      W Cen    %@   <8.5-13.2>   Mar 13    
 1225+32      T CVn         <9.6-11.9>   Mar  5    
 1246+06      U Vir    %&   <8.2-13.1>   Mar 17    
*1353-04      SY Vir   %&    9.0-15.0    Mar 17?   
 1425+39      V Boo         <7.0-11.3>   Mar 23(II) 
 1432+27      R Boo         <7.2-12.3>   Mar  9    
 1528-49A     R Nor         <7.2-13.2>   Mar 26(II) 
 1532-15      W Lib    %@  <11.1-15.0>   Mar 20    
 1536-20A     U Lib         <9.6-14.4>   Mar 14    
 1545+36      X CrB         <9.1-13.6>   Mar 14    
*1555+02      BC Ser         9.4-15.4    Mar 20?   
 1601+18      R Her         <8.8-14.6>   Mar  2    
 1616-07      W Oph    %&   <9.9-14.5>   Mar 12    
 1623-19      Y Sco    %@  <11.3-15.0>   Mar 27    
*1626+23      DO Her        10.3-(16.0   Mar 20?   
*1657+22      SY Her         7.8-13.2    Mar 14?   
*1757+18      WZ Her        10.8-(15.0   Mar 28?   
 1811+03      RY Oph        <8.2-13.2>   Mar 15    
 1831+49A     SV Dra        <9.7-14.3>   Mar  9    
*1906+27A     UV Lyr        10.6-(15.5   Mar 26?   
 1909+67      U Dra         <9.5-13.8>   Mar  7    
*1915+17      W Sge    %#    9.0-(15.5   Mar 28?   
*1934+11A     SV Aql   %&   10.2-(15.5   Mar 20?   
*2007+20A     ST Sge         9.9-14.4    Mar 15?   
 2009-06      Z Aql         <9.0-13.9>   Mar 28    
 2022-40      U Mic    %@   <8.8-14.0>   Mar 21    
*2025+12      RX Del        10.2-(15.5   Mar 14?   
 2034-29      R Mic         <9.2-13.4>   Mar 22    
*2039+42      DG Cyg   %&   10.9-16.0    Mar 26?   
 2044-05      T Aqr         <7.7-13.1>   Mar  9    
 2101-24      V Cap    %@  <9.2>-14.4    Mar 15    
 2105-04      RS Aqr       <10.0-14.0>   Mar 22    
 2105-16      Z Cap     #   <9.5-14.0>   Mar  9    
 2204+12      T Peg     #   <8.9-14.3>   Mar  9    
 2206+13      Y Peg        <10.5-14.9>   Mar  4    
*2331+09      FF Peg         9.8-15.8    Mar 31?   
*2343+15      DL Peg   %#   10.0-15.0    Mar 28?   
 2353+50      R Cas         <7.0-12.6>   Mar 14    
 2355+25      Z Peg         <8.4-13.2>   Mar  8    

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Bulletin 73 was NOT prepared in the same way as in the past. 
READ THE INTRODUCTION before you use the Bulletin; contact AAVSO Headquarters 
for more precise dates for research.

Predicted minima of long period variables for March 2010
 0004+51      SS Cas        <9.8-13.1>   Mar 22    
 0112+72      S Cas         <9.7-14.8>   Mar 15    
*0120+20      RX Psc   %&    9.5-(14.7   Mar 21?   
 0212+81      Z Cep     #  <10.8-15.4>   Mar 10    
 0320+43      Y Per         <8.4-10.3>   Mar 30    
 0423+09      S Tau    %@  <10.2-15.3>   Mar 21    
 0446+17      V Tau         <9.2-13.7>   Mar 22    
*0459+35      AQ Aur   %&   10.7-(15.5   Mar  3?   
 0500+03A     V Ori     &   <9.4-14.1>   Mar 27    
 0512-47      T Pic    %@   <8.4-13.9>   Mar 25    
*0535+38      SZ Aur   %#    8.6-15.2    Mar 10?   
*0536-04      Y Ori    %#    9.3-(15.5   Mar 28?   
 0604+50      X Aur         <8.6-12.7>   Mar 15    
*0604+43      RR Aur        <9.4-13.7>   Mar 29?   
 0616+47      V Aur         <9.2-12.1>   Mar  2    
 0640+30      X Gem         <8.2-13.2>   Mar 13    
*0732+34      ST Gem   %@    8.8-14.5    Mar 12?   
 0735+08      U CMi         <8.8-13.0>   Mar 29    
*0805+23      RR Cnc   %@    8.9-(15.0   Mar 29?   
 0811+12      R Cnc         <6.8-11.2>   Mar  3    
*0813-34      TU Pup   %@   <9.9-13.9>   Mar  2?   
*0816+33      T Lyn          9.0-13.0    Mar 18?   
*0933-20      ST Hya   %&    9.0-14.5    Mar 19?   
 0942+11      R Leo         <5.8-10.0>   Mar  6    
 1032-70      RZ Car   %@  <10.0-15.4>   Mar 15    
 1105+06      S Leo        <10.1-13.9>   Mar  9    
 1228-03      Y Vir         <9.4-13.6>   Mar  9    
 1233+07      R Vir         <6.9-11.5>   Mar  1    
 1234+59      RS UMa        <9.0-14.3>   Mar 26    
 1302-12      RV Vir   %&  <10.8-14.9>   Mar 16    
 1322-02      V Vir         <8.9-14.3>   Mar 16    
 1336-33      T Cen         <5.5-9.0>    Mar  4    
 1344+40      R CVn         <7.7-11.9>   Mar 19    
 1359-08      RR Vir       <11.6-15.5>   Mar 17    
 1449+18      U Boo          9.9-12.8    Mar 23    
 1505-19      T Lib    %@  <10.9-15.2>   Mar 10    
 1506-05      Y Lib    %&   <8.6-14.1>   Mar  3    
 1547-36      R Lup    %@  <10.1-14.1>   Mar  3    
*1607+10      DN Her         9.9-14.5    Mar 17?   
 1628-15      T Oph         <9.8-(14.0>  Mar  2    
 1628-16      S Oph    %&   <9.5-14.5>   Mar  2    
 1631+72      R UMi         <9.1-10.4>   Mar  4    
 1631+37      W Her         <8.3-13.5>   Mar 16    
 1632+66      R Dra         <7.6-12.4>   Mar  5    
*1719+04A     V759 Oph %&    9.8-13.6    Mar 15?   
 1728+09A     RU Oph        <9.3-13.8>   Mar 18    
 1741-62      W Pav    %@   <9.0-14.1>   Mar 24    
 1755+19      RY Her        <9.0-13.8>   Mar 23    
*1802+20B     DF Her   %&   10.1-14.3    Mar 22?   
 1805+65      W Dra         <9.6-14.4>   Mar 27    
 1821-33      RV Sgr        <7.8-14.1>   Mar 11    
 1822+24      SV Her   %&   <9.8-14.4>   Mar 25    
*1907+28      UW Lyr   %#   11.4-(15.5   Mar  3?   
*1922+01      TU Aql         8.9-(15.4   Mar  5?   
 1933+11      RT Aql        <8.4-14.0>   Mar 19    
*2002+09      HI Aql        10.4-(16.0   Mar  5?   
 2008+12      RU Aql        <9.4-14.0>   Mar  6    
*2012+07      QZ Aql    @   10.4-(15.5   Mar 20?   
 2049-54      S Ind    %@   <8.2-15>     Mar  2    
 2050+17      X Del         <9.0-14.1>   Mar  5    
 2140+24      RR Peg        <9.2-14.1>   Mar  4    
*2207+54      AB Cep    #   10.5-(15.0   Mar 21?   
 2208+43A     RS Lac       <10.4-11.9>   Mar 28    
 2219-38      T Gru    %@   <8.6-11.5>   Mar 25    
 2224+39      S Lac         <8.2-13.0>   Mar  8    
 2238+41      R Lac         <9.1-14.4>   Mar  9    

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Bulletin 73 was NOT prepared in the same way as in the past. 
READ THE INTRODUCTION before you use the Bulletin; contact AAVSO Headquarters 
for more precise dates for research.

Predicted MAXIMA and minima of long period variables for March 2010
 0004+51      SS Cas        <9.8-13.1>   min Mar 22    
*0027+25A     TU And        <8.5-12.5>   MAX Mar  8?   
 0112+72      S Cas         <9.7-14.8>   min Mar 15    
*0120+20      RX Psc   %&    9.5-(14.7   min Mar 21?   
 0133+38      Y And    %#   <9.2-14.2>   MAX Mar  8    
 0152+54      U Per         <8.1-11.3>   MAX Mar 11    
 0212+81      Z Cep     #  <10.8-15.4>   min Mar 10    
 0228-13      U Cet    %&   <7.5-12.6>   MAX Mar 21    
*0259+19      RT Ari    @    9.8-(15.0   MAX Mar  5?   
 0314-01      X Cet         <8.8-12.3>   MAX Mar 18    
 0320+43      Y Per         <8.4-10.3>   min Mar 30    
 0423+09      S Tau    %@  <10.2-15.3>   min Mar 21    
 0432+08      RX Tau   %&   <9.6-14.0>   MAX Mar 30    
 0446+17      V Tau         <9.2-13.7>   min Mar 22    
*0459+35      AQ Aur   %&   10.7-(15.5   min Mar  3?   
 0500+03A     V Ori     &   <9.4-14.1>   min Mar 27    
 0512-47      T Pic    %@   <8.4-13.9>   min Mar 25    
*0532-01      X Ori     &    9.3-(15.0   MAX Mar 30?   
 0533+37      RU Aur   %&   <9.6-14.5>   MAX Mar 14    
*0535+38      SZ Aur   %#    8.6-15.2    min Mar 10?   
*0536-04      Y Ori    %#    9.3-(15.5   min Mar 28?   
 0549+20A     U Ori         <6.3-12.0>   MAX Mar  1    
*0602+46      VY Aur        10.3-14.7    MAX Mar  8?   
 0604+50      X Aur         <8.6-12.7>   min Mar 15    
*0604+43      RR Aur        <9.4-13.7>   min Mar 29?   
*0607+46A     ST Aur   %@   10.3-15.8    MAX Mar  5?   
 0616+47      V Aur         <9.2-12.1>   min Mar  2    
 0640+30      X Gem         <8.2-13.2>   min Mar 13    
*0641-36      CH Pup   %@    8.4-15.3    MAX Mar  2?   
 0712+01      RR Mon   %#   <9.4-15.0>   MAX Mar 21    
*0732+34      ST Gem   %@    8.8-14.5    min Mar 12?   
 0735+08      U CMi         <8.8-13.0>   min Mar 29    
 0737+23      S Gem         <9.0-14.2>   MAX Mar 14    
 0742-41      W Pup    %&   <8.4-12.4>   MAX Mar 19    
*0805+23      RR Cnc   %@    8.9-(15.0   min Mar 29?   
*0810+40      W Lyn    %&    9.3-(15.5   MAX Mar 20?   
 0811+12      R Cnc         <6.8-11.2>   min Mar  3    
*0813-34      TU Pup   %@   <9.9-13.9>   min Mar  2?   
*0816+33      T Lyn          9.0-13.0    min Mar 18?   
 0904+25      W Cnc         <8.2-14.1>   MAX Mar 26    
*0933-20      ST Hya   %&    9.0-14.5    min Mar 19?   
 0942+11      R Leo         <5.8-10.0>   min Mar  6    
 0954+21      V Leo         <9.1-13.7>   MAX Mar 15    
 1032-70      RZ Car   %@  <10.0-15.4>   min Mar 15    
 1105+06      S Leo        <10.1-13.9>   min Mar  9    
 1116-61      RS Cen   %@   <8.6-13.4>   MAX Mar 12    
 1150-58      W Cen    %@   <8.5-13.2>   MAX Mar 13    
 1225+32      T CVn         <9.6-11.9>   MAX Mar  5    
 1228-03      Y Vir         <9.4-13.6>   min Mar  9    
 1233+07      R Vir         <6.9-11.5>   min Mar  1    
 1234+59      RS UMa        <9.0-14.3>   min Mar 26    
 1246+06      U Vir    %&   <8.2-13.1>   MAX Mar 17    
 1302-12      RV Vir   %&  <10.8-14.9>   min Mar 16    
 1322-02      V Vir         <8.9-14.3>   min Mar 16    
 1336-33      T Cen         <5.5-9.0>    min Mar  4    
 1344+40      R CVn         <7.7-11.9>   min Mar 19    
*1353-04      SY Vir   %&    9.0-15.0    MAX Mar 17?   
 1359-08      RR Vir       <11.6-15.5>   min Mar 17    
 1425+39      V Boo         <7.0-11.3>   MAX Mar 23(II) 
 1432+27      R Boo         <7.2-12.3>   MAX Mar  9    
 1449+18      U Boo          9.9-12.8    min Mar 23    
 1505-19      T Lib    %@  <10.9-15.2>   min Mar 10    
 1506-05      Y Lib    %&   <8.6-14.1>   min Mar  3    
 1528-49A     R Nor         <7.2-13.2>   MAX Mar 26(II) 
 1532-15      W Lib    %@  <11.1-15.0>   MAX Mar 20    
 1536-20A     U Lib         <9.6-14.4>   MAX Mar 14    
 1545+36      X CrB         <9.1-13.6>   MAX Mar 14    
 1547-36      R Lup    %@  <10.1-14.1>   min Mar  3    
*1555+02      BC Ser         9.4-15.4    MAX Mar 20?   
 1601+18      R Her         <8.8-14.6>   MAX Mar  2    
*1607+10      DN Her         9.9-14.5    min Mar 17?   
 1616-07      W Oph    %&   <9.9-14.5>   MAX Mar 12    
 1623-19      Y Sco    %@  <11.3-15.0>   MAX Mar 27    
*1626+23      DO Her        10.3-(16.0   MAX Mar 20?   
 1628-15      T Oph         <9.8-(14.0>  min Mar  2    
 1628-16      S Oph    %&   <9.5-14.5>   min Mar  2    
 1631+72      R UMi         <9.1-10.4>   min Mar  4    
 1631+37      W Her         <8.3-13.5>   min Mar 16    
 1632+66      R Dra         <7.6-12.4>   min Mar  5    
*1657+22      SY Her         7.8-13.2    MAX Mar 14?   
*1719+04A     V759 Oph %&    9.8-13.6    min Mar 15?   
 1728+09A     RU Oph        <9.3-13.8>   min Mar 18    
 1741-62      W Pav    %@   <9.0-14.1>   min Mar 24    
 1755+19      RY Her        <9.0-13.8>   min Mar 23    
*1757+18      WZ Her        10.8-(15.0   MAX Mar 28?   
*1802+20B     DF Her   %&   10.1-14.3    min Mar 22?   
 1805+65      W Dra         <9.6-14.4>   min Mar 27    
 1811+03      RY Oph        <8.2-13.2>   MAX Mar 15    
 1821-33      RV Sgr        <7.8-14.1>   min Mar 11    
 1822+24      SV Her   %&   <9.8-14.4>   min Mar 25    
 1831+49A     SV Dra        <9.7-14.3>   MAX Mar  9    
*1906+27A     UV Lyr        10.6-(15.5   MAX Mar 26?   
*1907+28      UW Lyr   %#   11.4-(15.5   min Mar  3?   
 1909+67      U Dra         <9.5-13.8>   MAX Mar  7    
*1915+17      W Sge    %#    9.0-(15.5   MAX Mar 28?   
*1922+01      TU Aql         8.9-(15.4   min Mar  5?   
 1933+11      RT Aql        <8.4-14.0>   min Mar 19    
*1934+11A     SV Aql   %&   10.2-(15.5   MAX Mar 20?   
*2002+09      HI Aql        10.4-(16.0   min Mar  5?   
*2007+20A     ST Sge         9.9-14.4    MAX Mar 15?   
 2008+12      RU Aql        <9.4-14.0>   min Mar  6    
 2009-06      Z Aql         <9.0-13.9>   MAX Mar 28    
*2012+07      QZ Aql    @   10.4-(15.5   min Mar 20?   
 2022-40      U Mic    %@   <8.8-14.0>   MAX Mar 21    
*2025+12      RX Del        10.2-(15.5   MAX Mar 14?   
 2034-29      R Mic         <9.2-13.4>   MAX Mar 22    
*2039+42      DG Cyg   %&   10.9-16.0    MAX Mar 26?   
 2044-05      T Aqr         <7.7-13.1>   MAX Mar  9    
 2049-54      S Ind    %@   <8.2-15>     min Mar  2    
 2050+17      X Del         <9.0-14.1>   min Mar  5    
 2101-24      V Cap    %@  <9.2>-14.4    MAX Mar 15    
 2105-04      RS Aqr       <10.0-14.0>   MAX Mar 22    
 2105-16      Z Cap     #   <9.5-14.0>   MAX Mar  9    
 2140+24      RR Peg        <9.2-14.1>   min Mar  4    
 2204+12      T Peg     #   <8.9-14.3>   MAX Mar  9    
 2206+13      Y Peg        <10.5-14.9>   MAX Mar  4    
*2207+54      AB Cep    #   10.5-(15.0   min Mar 21?   
 2208+43A     RS Lac       <10.4-11.9>   min Mar 28    
 2219-38      T Gru    %@   <8.6-11.5>   min Mar 25    
 2224+39      S Lac         <8.2-13.0>   min Mar  8    
 2238+41      R Lac         <9.1-14.4>   min Mar  9    
*2331+09      FF Peg         9.8-15.8    MAX Mar 31?   
*2343+15      DL Peg   %#   10.0-15.0    MAX Mar 28?   
 2353+50      R Cas         <7.0-12.6>   MAX Mar 14    
 2355+25      Z Peg         <8.4-13.2>   MAX Mar  8    
 
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