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Alert Notice 583: Photometry requested for Red Dots campaign

June 16, 2017:  John Strachan (Queen Mary University of London) and Dr. Guillem Anglada-Escude (Queen Mary University of London) have requested AAVSO assistance in the monitoring of three M dwarf stars as part of the Red Dots campaign.

Alert Notice 582: Nova Oph 2017 photometry requested for Swift TOO observations

June 15, 2017: Drs. Frederick Walter (Stony Brook University) and Paul Kuin (University College London) and colleagues have requested AAVSO observers' assistance in obtaining photometry of Nova Oph 2017 (TCP J17394608-2457555) in support of Target-of-Opportunity observations with Swift UVOT that have been triggered and are scheduled for the next ten days (2017 June 16 - 25), and possibly longer.

Alert Notice 581: Monitoring HD 148703 during upcoming eclipses

June 8, 2017:  Dr. Milena Ratajczak (University of Wrocław) has requested AAVSO observers' assistance in monitoring the very bright (V = 4.23) and very unusual eclipsing binary HD 148703 (HR 6143, N Sco) during its infrequent primary and secondary eclipses scheduled for 2017 June 11 and June 14, respectively.

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Alert Notice 177: Nova Sagittarii 1993 [V4327 Sgr] AND Outburst of 0409-71 VW Hydri

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 177 (September 17, 1993)

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