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Project Jelly-Fish: B.R.N.O. Observations of Semiregular Variable Stars (Abstract)

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Petr Hajek
N. Copernicus Observatory and Planetarium, Kraví Hora 2, CZ-616 00 Brno, Czech Republic

Brno Regional Network of Observers (BRNO) is a group which prefers to observe eclipsing binary stars. A team called the Jelly-Fish has been formed within BRNO for the purpose of observing variable stars other than eclipsing binaries. The observations by Jelly-Fish members are predominantly visual; CCD observing has started only recently and such observations are not yet included in our statistics. Jelly-Fish has about twenty members at this moment. This paper presents preliminary results based on Jelly-Fish observations of S Camelopardalis, AU Camelopardalis, WZ Cassiopeiae, RS Cygni, T Persei, RU Persei, and R Ursae Minoris.

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