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WZ Sge

Late Superhumps in WZ Sge

The following message was sent by Dr. Tom Marsh (Dept. of Physics, University of Warwick) to the AAVSO Discussion Group on Wed., Aug. 15, 2001:

Dear Observers,

WZ Sge outburst update

WZ Sge Outburst Update

This page is referenced in AAVSO Alert Notices 287 and 288.

Note (12/27/2013): This page was created in 2001, and some of the links shown are obsolete and no longer exist. Where possible, links have been updated and/or modern equivalents substituted.

Alert Notice 287: 2059+48 Nova Cygni 2001 No. 2 AND 2003+17 WZ Sagittae superoutburst continues - recovering from dramatic dip [V2275 Cyg]

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 287 (August 21, 2001)

2059+48  NOVA CYGNI 2001 NO. 2

Alert Notice 286: 2003+17 WZ Sagittae in outburst AND 2003+35 Nova Cygni 2001 = V2274 Cygni - Update

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 286 (July 23, 2001)

2003+17  WZ SAGITTAE IN OUTBURST

Special Notice #362: OR And and AX For obs critical now

July 8, 2013: The VY Scl variable OR And continues in its low state, so it has been scheduled for HST/COS observations. Based on your observations, the HST/COS team will be making the final decision tomorrow morning (2013 July 9) whether to observe OR And on:

OR And 2013 July 10 11:47:01 through 15:56:12 UT

OR And is ~18V in its low state and ~14.5V in its high state.

HST/COS is scheduled to observe the SU UMa variable AX For on the next day:

WZ Sagittae

WZ Sge is in Rare Superoutburst!

WZ Sge Outburst
WZ Sge went into a rare outburst on July 23, 2001. At bottom right, star appears about 1.5 mag. fainter as on Aug 10.8 UT.
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