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Special Notice #378: BP Tau Chandra observation times set - time-series observations needed

December 18, 2013: Further to AAVSO Alert Notice 493, Dr. Hans Moritz Guenther (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) has been given the precise times of the Chandra X-ray observations to be made of the T Tauri star BP Tau:

year:day:hour:min (in UT):
2013:356:22:52-2013:357:10:00 = 2013 Dec 22 22:52 through Dec 23 10:00 UT

2013:359:14:46-2013:360:06:06 = 2013 Dec 25 14:46 through Dec 26 06:06 UT

2013:361:17:58-2013:362:16:18 = 2013 Dec 27 17:58 through Dec 28 16:18 UT

Alert Notice 493: Request to monitor BP Tau in support of Chandra X-ray observations

December 18, 2013: Dr. Hans Moritz Guenther (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) has requested nightly observations of the classical T Tauri star BP Tau in support of upcoming Chandra X-ray observations in his study of the accretion processes underway in this star.

Alert Notice 277: 0526-70 Nova LMC 2000 in the Large Magellanic Cloud AND 2138+43 SS Cygni multiwavelength observations rescheduled

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 277 (July 13, 2000)

0526-70  NOVA LMC 2000 IN THE LARGE MAGELLANIC CLOUD

Alert Notice 302: Request for monitoring of the magnetic cataclysmic variable 1931-46 QS Tel

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 302 (September 25, 2003)

Subject: Request For Monitoring of Magnetic Cataclysmic Variable 1931-46 QS Tel

Object: 1931-46 QS Tel

Event: Request for optical monitoring

Alert Notice 340: Request to monitor 1744-06 RS Ophiuchi for multiwavelength campaign AND Correction

September 1, 2006

 

ALERT NOTICE 340 Correction  (September 1, 2006)

Re: REQUEST TO MONITOR 1744-06 RS OPHIUCHI FOR MULTIWAVELENGTH CAMPAIGN

Object: 1744-06 RS OPH

Coordinates: R.A. 17h 50m 13.202s Dec. -06o 42' 28.48" (2000.0)

Alert Notice 346: 1651-32 V1280 Sco = Nova Scorpii 2007

February 16, 2007

Event: Very Bright Nova in Scorpius

This nova, discovered at 9th magnitude 12 days ago, has brightened dramatically in the past few days to 3rd magnitude, becoming one of the brightest novae in the past several years. It has gained the attention of the professional community and will be observed by numerous satellites, including Chandra, Swift, and INTEGRAL.

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