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			THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF VARIABLE STAR OBSERVERS 
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			AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 162 (August 27, 1992)


MULTIWAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF NOVA CYGNI 1992

We have been informed through the MultiWaveLink network that multiwavelength observations of Nova 
Cygni 1992 will be carried out for three hours, starting at 3:20 UT on September 8, using the Hubble Space 
Telescope, International Ultraviolet Explorer, and ground-based instruments.

Please monitor this nova prior to, during, and after this observing time, using the "d" scale chart 
distributed with AAVSO Alert Notice 157, and report your observations to AA VSO Headquarters.

VARIABLE STAR OBSERVATIONS FOR EUVE

I would like to extend sincere thanks and appreciation to all observers who have been participating in the 
observation of variable stars for the EUVE mission. We appreciate your enthusiastic response and telephone 
calls. Keep up the excellent work!

REMINDERS

Please continue, to monitor the large amplitude variable stars on the HIPP ARCOS observing list, 
as well as SS Cyg, V Hyi, U Gem, YY Dra, IP Peg, TT Crt, and T Pyx, as specified in AA VSO Alert 
Notice 161. Your observations are essential to the success of these projects.

The answering machine (800-642-3883 or 617-354-0484) is on nights and weekends for your convenience.

Many thanks for your valuable astronomical contributions. 

Clear skies,

Janet A. Mattei
Director

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