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Solar Bulletin - Volume 72, Number 04

The April Solar Bulletin is now available. Please visit the Solar Bulletin web page to download your copy: https://www.aavso.org/solar-bulletin

Manual for Visual Observing of Variable Stars in Polish

Thanks to a lot of hard work by Ariel Majcher, Bogdan Kubiak, Marcin Biskupski, Michał Kwieciak, and Piotr Guzik, the AAVSO Manual for Visual Observing of Variable Stars (2013 edition) is now available in Polish. You may download this Manual (free-of-charge) from here.

2016 Annual Campaign: Providing Certainty in Uncertain Times

We live in exciting, unpredictable times. The boundaries of our knowledge are expanding at an accelerating rate, just like the universe we live in. It is impossible to know what the world will look like even five years from now.

AAVSO Newsletter 68, April 2016, is published

AAVSO Newsletter 68, April 2016 is now available to members

The AAVSO Newsletter is a periodic, general forum that supports our various observing programs with lists of new targets, observing programming ideas, and general information that spans a wide area of interest. Guest writers contribute pieces that can range from current events to book reviews.

Remote Access Links for the 2016 Spring Meeting

This year's spring meeting will begin on Thursday evening, May 5, at 6pm CDT (23:00 UT), with a keynote address by Dr. Horace Smith, Professor Emeritus of Michigan State University and a noted expert on RR Lyrae stars. Dr.

Solar Bulletin - Volume 72, Number 03

The March Solar Bulletin is now available. Please visit the Solar Bulletin web page to download your copy:

https//www.aavso.org/solar-bulletin

The March SID Data report is available here: https://www.aavso.org/sid-database

Special Notice #415: T CrB brighter and bluer - monitoring requested

April 8, 2016: The symbiotic recurrent nova T CrB has entered a super-active state, and it is brighter and bluer than it has been since before its last outburst in 1946. Multicolor and visual ongoing observations are requested.

Alert Notice 542: Continuing observations requested for KIC 08462852

Campaign extended to request ongoing monitoring. This star also the subject of Alert Notice 579 (20170524) and Alert Notice 532 (20151020). - June 2017

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.

Special Notice #414: SS Cyg monitoring continues for radio campaign

April 5, 2016: Further to AAVSO Alert Notice 536, close monitoring of the cataclysmic variable SS Cyg is urgently requested. Immediate notification of the beginning of the anticipated outburst is crucial and is requested.

The success of the multiwavelength (radio and optical) observing campaign on SS Cyg underway depends on immediate reporting of outburst behavior to trigger multi-site radio observations.

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