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A New Eclipsing Binary Star in Delphinus

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Tom Glinos

1562 Saugeen Drive, Pickering, Ontario L1V 5P8, Canada

Wendee Wallach-Levy
David H. Levy

Jarnac Observatory, 2500 E. Wetstones, Vail, AZ 85641


Received January 3, 2006; revised March 26, 2007; accepted March 27, 2007



This paper highlights the discovery of a new eclipsing variable star in Delphinus, an accomplishment of our comet-and-asteroid search program CN3t. The star, TYC 1100-01182-1, varies more than a full magnitude over 14.6 hours. We also are using this new variable as an example of the kind of work we can do with our asteroid and comet search program with a remotely controlled 25-inch Ritchey- Chretien telescope.

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