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The AAVSO Research Portal

Welcome to the AAVSO's Research Portal.  From this page, you can find information about obtaining AAVSO data, requesting new observations, or learning more about the AAVSO, its data, and its services for the research community.  Its purpose is to facilitate your use of the AAVSO's resources in your research efforts.

See the blue boxes on the right hand side of this page to access the AAVSO data archives or to find out  how to work with the AAVSO to obtain new scientific data.

 

Special Notice #246: Continued Monitoring of epsilon Aurigae

August 8, 2011: The bright star epsilon Aurigae has emerged from its most recent eclipse that began in August, 2009. A BVRIJH light curve for the last 365 days of the eclipse can be viewed at the following URL.

http://tinyurl.com/epsaur

Long-term photometric campaign on the Luminous Blue Variable P Cygni

New: Preliminary results, 2010 November 4

The 2010 report by E. Pollman and T. Bauer is available from this link.  For the 2009 report, see this link


AAVSO Special Notice #131, November 7, 2008

Alert Notice 425: Monitoring of HBC 722 and VSX J205126.1+440523 Requested

October 1, 2010: Dr. Colin Aspin (U. Hawai'i) has requested the help of AAVSO observers in performing long-term photometric monitoring of the two new young stellar objects (YSOs) in Cygnus, HBC 722 and VSX J205126.1+440523 (see AAVSO Special Notice #216).  

QX Pup

Update (July 7, 2015):  I-band coverage of QX Pup by AAVSO observers since 2010 clearly shows that the period given in the 4th Edition of the GCVS of 648: days is incorrect. A phase plot by Sebastián Otero of these data shows that the period of QX Pup in Ic is 551 days.

 

The Field of QX Pup

This is a multiple set of projects, so pick and choose what aspects of them interest you.

Multiwavelength observations of SS Cygni

Update: 2010 May 10

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