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  Mis V0373  
000-BLX-353 (76 observations)  
Cygnus Sequence
20 57 09.29 +35 18 44.2  (314.28871 +35.31228) Search nearby
B1950.0 20 55 09.32 +35 07 08.3
Proper motion
RA: 37.1 +/- 13.3 mas/yDec: -15.4 +/- 12.4 mas/ySource: UCAC4
Galactic coord. 78.428 -6.611
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Variability type --
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11 - 12.7 clear
Discoverer Seiichi Yoshida, Ken-ichi Kadota
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1 Huziak, Richard The identification of Mis V0373 might be incorrect. Mis V0373 is in a group of 3 stars from 13m to 17 mag, all within 30 arc-sec. IBVS 4842 IDs Mis V0373 as GSC 2696-3197, a 13m star, and give a range 11.0 - 12.7 clear. However, they also erroneously ID the star as IRAS 20552+3507. The IRAS star is the 6.6m star GSC 2696-3509 located 4' E. (SIMBAD erroneously makes the same ID as a result). Photometry of Mis V0373 by R. Huziak (HUZ) with all 3 stars in the aperture gives 13.02V +/- 0.02V on 4 nights (Jul 06, Aug 07, Oct 07, May 08) and 12.81V +/- 0.02V (Jul 08) and 14.22B +/- 0.04B on two nights (Aug 05). This implies that the 12.7 clear given by IBVS as the minimum is the blended magnitude of the group, and that Mis V0373 may not be any of these stars, but possibly a background variable (LPV?). More observations are required to provide definitive ID for this star.
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1 S.Yoshida, K.Kadota, T.Kato, IBVS N4842, 2000. 2000IBVS.4842....1Y
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AllWISE W1 = 9.24W2 = 9.27W3 = 9.25W1 - W2 = -0.02
APASS-DR9 B = 14.32V = 13.00g' = 13.66r' = 12.55i' = 12.01B - V = 1.33
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1 Admin, VSX 2005-12-17 20:33 UTC Initial database population.