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ASAS 224349+0809.5

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pukemaru
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The above star in Pegasus is in outburst at 12.99V. There were also outbursts in 20090 and 2011. I can't find the star in the AAVSO databise VSX nor in the ASAS databse (http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/asas/?page=acvs) but it has to be there somewhere. I can't even find the true coordinates (except for 22:43:49 +08:09.5)

There is a paper "Discovery and outburst characteristics of the dwarf nova ASAS J224349_0809.5" by Shears, Wils et al which can be found at http://arxiv.org/pdf/1005.3222v1.pdf

This paper is referenced in the list of publications citing AAVSO data.

I would like to request a sequence but need more detail. Can anyone help me trace this object.

Thanks

Stephen [HSP]

ASAS 224349+0809.5
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Hello Stephen,

You can print a chart with sequence for this object using the star name USNO-B1.0 0981-0723427. I have been observing this star using VSP chart 10106ARZ.

Carey (CCY)

ASAS 224349+0809.5
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Thank you, Carey. Much appreciated.

Stephen [HSP]

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