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Name
  RR Pic  
AAVSO UID
000-BCW-831 (27841 observations)  
Constellation
Pictor Sequence
J2000.0
06 35 36.06 -62 38 24.3  (98.90025 -62.64008) Search nearby
B1950.0 06 35 09.78 -62 35 50.0
Proper motion
RA: 3.362 +/- 0.122 mas/yDec: -3.579 +/- 0.124 mas/ySource: Gaia DR1
Galactic coord. 272.355 -25.672
Other names

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1RXS J063536.4-623824 AAVSO 0634-62 ASAS J063536-6238.3
ASAS J063536-6238.4 Downes RR Pic HIP 31481
Hen 3-15 TYC 8899-1342-1  
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Variability type
NB
Spectral type pec(NOVA)
Mag. range
1.0 - 12.9 V
Discoverer R. Watson
Epoch
23 Feb 1965 (HJD 2438815.3664) Ephemeris
Outburst 1925
Period 0.145025959 d  (3.4806230 h)
Rise/eclipse dur. --
Remarks
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1 Hinzel, David H. Epoch of maximum given. Possible hierarchical triple system with a third body (late M-type) with orbital period = 66.7 +/- 2.5 y and eccentricity = 0.8357. Third body may be responsible for long-term period change.
2 GCVS Team Since 1965 periodic light variations were detected with A(B) = 0.33m and elements Max = 2438815.380 + 0.14502545d*E. These variations are superimposed by others with A(B) = 0.036m and period ~15.6 min or 15.4 min [M.Kubiak, AA 34, N3, 331, 1984.]. There are also rapid oscillations with periods in the range 20 - 40s [B.Warner, MN 195, 101, 1981.].
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References
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1 Vogt, N.; et al., 2016, The orbital ephemeris of the classical nova RR
Pictoris: presence of a third body?
2017PASP..129a4201V
2 M. Kiraga, 2012, Acta Astronomica 62, 67 2012AcA....62...67K
3 R.J. Strope, B.E. Schaefer, A.A. Henden, 2010, arXiv:1004.3698v1
[astro-ph.SR]
2010arXiv1004.3698S
4 R.A.Downes, 2001, PASP 113, 764 (2006 archival) 2005JAD....11....2D
5 D.W. Hoard, The Big List of SW Sextantis Stars 2003AJ....126.2473H
6 Pojmanski, G., 2002, The All Sky Automated Survey 2002AcA....52..397P
7 R.A.Downes, 2001, PASP 113, 764 2001PASP..113..764D
8 S.Wyckoff, P.A.Wehinger, PASP 90, 557, 1978. 1978PASP...90..557W
9 D.B.McLaughlin, PA 47, 410, 488, 538, 1939. 1939PA.....47..538M
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Catalog Data
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2MASS J = 12.46H = 12.40K = 12.25J - K = 0.20
AllWISE W1 = 12.02W2 = 11.86W3 = 11.22W1 - W2 = 0.16
APASS-DR9 B = 12.43V = 12.45g' = 12.34r' = 12.51i' = 12.75B - V = -0.01
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Size 5' x 5' (297 x 298 pixels)
Center 06 35 36.06 -62 38 24.3 (J2000)
Source STScI
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Red, all sky, 1.0 arcsec/pixel
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Revision History
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7 Hinzel, David H. 2017-08-18 17:18 UTC Minimum magnitude and elements from 2017PASP..129a4201V.
6 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2013-01-28 23:12 UTC Minimum magnitude from ASAS-3 and APASS.
5 Admin, VSX 2010-04-28 20:57 UTC Update from [2010arXiv1004.3698S].
4 Admin, VSX 2010-01-04 23:43 UTC Position updated from the GCVS version of November 2009.
3 Admin, VSX 2009-09-22 20:51 UTC Added orbital period from Downes et al. [2001PASP..113..764D].
2 Admin, VSX 2007-03-23 15:52 UTC Discoverer added.
1 Admin, VSX 2005-12-17 20:33 UTC Initial database population.