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WZ Sge-type

Special Notice #91: BZ UMa Monitoring for Polarization Measurements

January 14, 2008: Photometric and visual observations of the dwarf novae BZ UMa are

Special Notice #114: Rebrightening of the dwarf nova VY Aqr

July 22, 2008

Special Notice #122: Possible new WZ Sge-type dwarf nova in Andromeda [V466 And]

September 2, 2008

Special Notice #388: Outburst of VSX J213806.5+261957

October 23, 2014: Carey Chiselbrook (Georgia, United States; AAVSO observer code CCY) observed the WZ Sge-type dwarf nova VSX J213806.5+261957 in outburst at a visual magnitude of 9.7 on 2014 October 22.0590 (JD 2456952.55903). Prior to the outburst detection,  the last observation (also by CCY) indicated the star was not in outburst less than 24 hours prior (mvis < 13.8 at JD 2456951.6326).

Special Notice #386: ASASSN-14cl New large-amplitude cataclysmic variable

June 20, 2014: Kris Z. Stanek (The Ohio State University) et al. reported the discovery during the ongoing All-Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN) of a bright transient (10.66V) on 2014 June 14.52 UT. Data were obtained using the quadruple 14-cm "Brutus" telescope in Haleakala, HI (hosted by Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network).(ATel #6233, http://www.astronomerstelegram.org/?read=6233)

Alert Notice 191: Rare outburst of UZ Boo

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 191 (August 18, 1994)

RARE OUTBURST OF 1439+22A UZ BOOTIS

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