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Alert Notice PEP #00: Special Alert Notice to AAVSO Photoelectric Observers [2337+56 Nova Cassiopeiae 1993] [V705 Cas]

Note: This Notice was originally titled:
SPECIAL AAVSO ALERT NOTICE TO AAVSO PHOTOELECTRIC OBSERVERS

It has been given the somewhat odd name "Alert Notice PEP #00" in 2016 so it will fit in with the other special PEP Alert Notices created by Aaron Price in 2001-2004. Eventually all of these special PEP Alert Notices will be renamed to something more consistent with Alert and Special Notice procotols. EOW 5/5/2016

December 22, 1993

Alert Notice 170: 1721-23 Nova Ophiuchi 1993 [V2295 Oph] AND 0946+69 Supernova in NGC 3031 (M81) [SN 1993J] AND 1810-00 FG Serpentis (AS 296)

April 22, 1993

THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF VARIABLE STAR OBSERVERS
25 Birch Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 USA
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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 170 (April 22, 1993)

1719-23 NOVA OPHIUCHI 1993 [V2295 Oph]

Alert Notice 164: 1817-23 Nova Sagittarii 1992 No. 3

October 15, 1992

THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF VARIABLE STAR OBSERVERS
25 Birch Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 USA
BITNET: aavso@cfa SPAN: cfa::aavso
INTERNET: aavso@cfa.harvard.edu
Tel. 617-354-0484 FAX 617-354-0665

AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 164 (October 15, 1992)

1817-23 NOVA SAGITTARII 1992 NO. 3

Alert Notice 542: Continuing observations requested for KIC 08462852

April 8, 2016: Further to AAVSO Alert Notice 532, the AAVSO is requesting ongoing time-series observations of the enigmatic variable object KIC 08462852 (= KIC 8462852) beginning immediately and continuing through at least the end of 2016.

Details on KIC 08462852 (V=11.88) were given in Alert Notice 532.

Observations are requested in order to study not only the aperiodic fading events but also the behavior of the star outside of these events.

Alert Notice 180: 2337+56 Nova Cassiopeiae 1993 [V705 Cas] AND Special request to monitor dwarf novae

February 8, 1994

2337+56 NOVA CASSIOPEIAE 1993  [V705 Cas]

This bright nova, discovered on December 7.47 UT by Syuichi Nakano of Japan at photographic magnitude 6.5 (see AAVSO Notice 179), has been very well monitored by observers worldwide. Its optical light curve, created from observations reported to the AAVSO, indicates it brightened to about visual magnitude 5.7 by mid·Oecember, and then has slowly declined to magnitude 8.4 by February 7, with fluctuations as much as 1 magnitude in amplitude.

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