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HT Cas

Special Notice #89: Rare Outburst of 0103+59 HT Cas

January 10, 2008

Coordinates: RA 01:10:12.98 Dec. +60:04:35.9 (2000.0)

AAVSO observer Glenn Chaple, Townsend, MA, reports that the UGSS+EA type dwarf nova HT Cas is in outburst for the first time since February 2002, with his visual observation of 13.6 on January 10.0076 UT. Makoto Uemura and colleagues at Hiroshima University (vsnet-alert 9807) confirmed the outburst with an observation of 14.02V on January 10.5278 UT. This outburst looks to be a normal, brief outburst, probably lasting only 2-3 days.

Alert Notice 326: Request to monitor 2035-01 AE Aqr for multiwavelength campaign AND Reminder to monitor HT Cas, Z Cha, and OY Car

August 24, 2005

SUBJECTS:

1. REQUEST TO MONITOR 2035-01 AE AQR FOR MULTIWAVELENGTH CAMPAIGN
2. REMINDER TO MONITOR HT CAS, Z CHA, AND OY CAR

1. REQUEST TO MONITOR 2035-01 AE AQR FOR MULTIWAVELENGTH CAMPAIGN

Special Notice #221: Infrequent Outburst of the SU UMa Variable HT Cas

November 2, 2010: As reported by Tim Parson (Circle Pines, Minnesota, USA) and confirmed by Pavol Dubovsky (Kolonica, Slovakia), the infrequently-outbursting dwarf nova HT Cas is in outburst.  Parson observed HT Cas in outburst at m(vis)=12.9 on JD 2455502.93 (2010 November 2.43), and the outburst was confirmed by Dubovsky at m(vis)=12.4 on JD 2455503.3 (2010 November 2.8).  The last confirmed well-observed outburst of this star occurred on 2008 January 10.  Observations of this variable are strongly encouraged at this time.  Both visual and CCD observations are en

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