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Inner Sanctum LPVs for June 2012

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Attached here are the LPVs that will be fainter than 13.5V at some point in June (usually a good portion of thre month).

There is a Word doc file, and a .csv file. For some reason the RA gets truncated going from word to .csv, so the .csv file is less useful if you want to sort. If anyone can tell me how to fix this, or do it yourself, post a revised version here for others to use, and tell me what the heck I'm doing wrong!

Thanks, and enjoy.

:)

Name

RA

Dec

Period

Range

Nobs

Status June

Z PEG

00:00:06.55

+25:53:11.2

334.8

<8.4-13.2>

220

fading

R AND

00:24:01.94

+38:34:37.3

409.33

<6.9-14.3>

460

fading

U CAS

00:46:21.36

+48:14:38.6

277.2

<8.4-14.8>

121

rising

RW AND

00:47:18.9

+32:41:08.8

430.3

<8.7-14.8>

50

fading

V AND

00:50:06.28

+35:39:10.1

257.73

<9.5-14.4>

103

rising

RV CAS

00:52:42.78

+47:24:56.4

331.68

<9.4-15.2>

89

rising

UZ AND

01:16:11.16

+41:44:58.3

314.3

<10.1-14.9>

68

min(7)

S PSC

01:17:34.54

+08:55:52.6

404.62

<9.6-15.0>

35

fading

RR PER

02:28:29.42

+51:16:17.1

389.62

<9.2-14.4>

79

fading

RR CEP

02:43:15.47

+81:08:09.5

384.18

<10.2-14.7>

103

min(20)

U ARI

03:11:03.04

+14:48:00.2

371.13

<8.1-14.6>

86

fading

R TAU

04:28:18

+10:09:44.7

320.9

<8.6-14.2>

146

rising

S TAU

04:29:11.75

+09:56:43.5

374.5

<10.2-15.3>

46

fading

V ORI

05:06:03.43

+04:06:08.7

263.7

<9.4-14.1>

40

min(21)

RU AUR

05:40:07.93

+37:38:10.6

466.47

<9.6-14.5>

61

fading

Z TAU

05:52:24.85

+15:47:43.8

453

<9.8-13.9>

14

fading

V CAM

06:02:32.28

+74:30:27.2

522.45

<9.9-15.4>

22

fading

S LYN

06:44:34.11

+57:54:39.8

296.34

<9.6-14.3>

45

rising

V CMI

07:06:58.84

+08:52:36.8

366.1

<8.7-14.9>

85

rising

V CMI

07:06:58.84

+08:52:36.8

366.1

<8.7-14.9>

85

rising

U CNC

08:35:46.28

+18:53:44.6

304.78

<9.9-14.6>

94

min(15)

X UMA

08:40:49.49

+50:08:11.7

249.04

<9.7-14.4>

82

fading

Y DRA

09:42:22.58

+77:51:06.5

325.79

<9.2-14.5>

79

min(7)

RR HYA

09:44:58.96

-24:01:15.7

343.49

<9.3-14.4>

29

fading

Z VEL

09:52:54.28

-54:10:47.8

411.4

<9.0-14.3>

7

rising

RV CAR

09:58:20.86

-63:53:51.6

365.68

<11.3-16.2>

21

fading

 CAR

10:13:54.61

-58:51:08.4

384.01

<10.7-15.2>

4

rising

RZ CAR

10:35:37.25

-70:43:00.1

272.77

<10.0-15.4>

15

min(7)

RS HYA

10:51:19.05

-28:37:41.3

338.6

<10.0-14.1>

31

min(15)

T VIR

12:14:36.67

-06:02:08.7

339.47

<9.6-14.2>

24

fading

RV VIR

13:07:55.39

-13:09:58.8

265.87

<10.8-14.9>

26

fading

RX CEN

13:51:25.44

-36:56:37.7

327.9

<9.4>-(15.0

12

min(6)

Z BOO

14:06:29.54

+13:29:05.7

281.14

<9.3-14.8>

107

rising

Y LIB

15:11:41.3

-06:00:41.3

275.7

<8.6-14.1>

46

min(16)

U LIB

15:42:03.11

-21:10:50.5

226.59

<9.6-14.4>

30

min(5)

R LIB

15:53:36.03

-16:14:11.3

241.85

<10.3-14.8>

32

rising

R HER

16:06:11.7

+18:22:13.2

318.14

<8.8-14.6>

85

min(4)

W SCO

16:11:45.78

-20:08:13.4

221.27

<11.5-14.6>

26

min(2)

S SCO

16:17:40.2

-22:53:35.8

177.92

<10.5-14.6>

50

fading

W OPH

16:21:24.46

-07:42:00.2

332.68

<9.9-14.5>

26

rising

Y SCO

16:29:26.42

-19:20:50.7

351.88

<11.3-15.0>

18

risin

RR OPH

16:49:02.46

-19:27:52.3

292.03

<8.9-14.6>

23

fading

RT SCO

17:03:32.56

-36:55:13.6

449.04

<8.2>-14.6

29

fading

RW SCO

17:14:51.67

-33:25:54.5

388.45

<9.6>-15.0

24

min(3)

RU OPH

17:32:52.63

+09:25:24.8

202.29

<9.3-13.8>

65

rising

W PAV

17:50:26.94

-62:24:33

283.35

<9.0-14.1>

14

rising

RT OPH

17:56:32.04

+11:10:10

426.34

<9.6-15.1>

59

fading

TV HER

18:14:40.55

+31:49:09.5

304.28

<9.7-14.5>

104

min(13)

RZ HER

18:36:47.01

+26:02:57.3

329.05

<9.5-14.9>

26

rising

RT LYR

19:01:14.88

+37:31:19.9

253.7

<10.1-14.6>

95

rising

ST SGR

19:01:29.22

-12:45:33.9

395.12

<9.0-15.2>

46

fading

U DRA

19:10:00.64

+67:16:36.5

316.13

<9.5-13.8>

48

fading

RU LYR

19:12:21.24

+41:18:13.5

371.84

<10.6-15.1>

26

fading

RS LYR

19:13:01.32

+33:24:49.1

301.41

<10.2-15.0>

55

min(21)

S SGR

19:19:25.91

-19:01:24.4

230.64

<10.2-14.8>

38

rising

TU CYG

19:46:10.67

+49:04:24.4

219.44

<9.4-14.2>

175

rising

X AQL

19:51:29.8

+04:27:51.6

347.04

<8.9-14.9>

28

rising

RU AQL

20:12:44.82

+12:59:41.2

274.24

<9.4-14.0>

24

min(9)

W CAP

20:14:29

-21:58:45

209.67

<11.7-14.8>

10

rising

Y DEL

20:41:38.99

+11:52:38.4

468.4

<9.9-14.0>

47

fading

T DEL

20:45:21.04

+16:23:55.8

332.02

<9.3-14.8>

185

fading

W AQR

20:46:25.01

-04:05:00.3

381.1

<8.9-14.2>

97

fading

V DEL

20:47:46.06

+19:20:06.2

533

<10.1-15.5>

59

fading

U CAP

20:48:08.59

-14:47:00.9

203.14

<11.1-14.8>

7

rising

X DEL

20:54:54.13

+17:38:29.9

281.04

<9.0-14.1>

115

rising

UX CYG

20:55:05.51

+30:24:52

565

<9.7-14.7>

45

fading

X CEP

20:56:09.39

+83:03:26.2

535.19

<9.4-15.7>

42

fading

S IND

20:56:23.27

-54:19:26.7

399.95

<8.2-15>

22

fading

X CAP

21:08:33.01

-21:20:51.7

217.94

<11.1-14.8>

7

min(2)

Z CAP

21:10:37.51

-16:10:25.2

181.48

<9.5-14.0>

40

min(7)

R EQU

21:13:11.49

+12:48:06.1

260.76

<9.3-14.5>

59

rising

RR PEG

21:44:30.59

+25:00:26.3

264.05

<9.2-14.1>

69

fading

Z CAS

23:44:31.54

+56:34:52.3

495.71

<10.0-14.7>

80

fading

 

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I looked at the .csv file
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I looked at the .csv file with a text editor, and all the RAs have one digit to the right of the decimal point, so the truncation happens when the .csv file is created.

Looks like the .csv RAs are in the Excel "Custom" format of mm:ss.0.  The RA cells are default-formatted to that format by Excel, so R And's RA (wink wink, nudge nudge) is displayed as 24:01.9.  To get the RA displayed normally, the cell format must be set to a "Custom" format you create (isn't this fun?).  Use the mm:ss.0 format already in the Custom format list as a base and change it to hh:mm:ss.0.

 If you can get two digits to the right of the decimal point in the .csv file, then just change the Custom format in Excel to hh:mm:ss.00 and Bob's your uncle.  Even better is if you can create the .csv file with the RAs already in the hh:mm:ss.00 format.

 

Thom

Re: I looked at the .csv file
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The same problem appears in the .csv files that are generated by the basic observation planner.  I sent a message about it last week via the feedback page but I don't know if it ever got to someone.  I was going to follow up after everyone returned from the meeting.

...Tim 

Excel is probably converting it
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Hi Tim,

If you're able to, please try making a .csv file with the Basic Observation Planner, but open it with a text editor like notepad before you open it with Excel.  My strong suspicion is that you'll see it properly formatted in the .csv file before Excel gets ahold of it, and that this is a "feature" of Excel rather than a bug in the observation planner.  I just created a .csv file and opened it with OpenOffice without any problem.

I'm technically on vacation at the moment, but I'll see if I can figure out a fast workaround for Excel that won't break it in other programs.

Matthew

Observation Planner .csv now works with custom format
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Matt,

The files now generated by the observation planner format the RA correctly if the column is formatted to Excel custom format h:mm:ss.  However, I wasn't able to pull the same trick for Mike's files above.

Thanks for putting a fix in so fast.

...Tim

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