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  VSX J123307.2+445616  
000-BKK-629 (1873 observations)  
Canes Venatici Sequence
12 33 07.24 +44 56 16.4  (188.28017 +44.93789) Search nearby
B1950.0 12 30 42.81 +45 12 49.8
Proper motion
RA: 1.832 +/- 0.923 mas/yDec: -16.281 +/- 1.060 mas/ySource: Gaia DR1
Galactic coord. 133.367 +71.817
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2MASS J12330723+4456164 GSC 03020-02195 TYC 3020-2195-1
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Variability type
Spectral type A7
Mag. range
11.53 V (0.015)clear
Discoverer Giuseppe Marino
18 Mar 2012 (HJD 2456004.6003) Ephemeris
Outburst --
Period 0.042 d  (60 min)
Rise/eclipse dur. --
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1 Marino, Giuseppe Spectral type from Skiff, B.A. (2012), available through VizieR. V-mag. from 1982PDAO...16..111H.
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1 Slettebak, A. and Stock, J., 1959, A finding-list of stars of spectral type
F2 and earlier in a north galactic pole region.
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2MASS J = 10.99H = 10.86K = 10.81J - K = 0.18
AllWISE W1 = 10.79W2 = 10.83W3 = 10.76W1 - W2 = -0.04
APASS-DR9 B = 11.79V = 11.55g' = 11.52r' = 11.60i' = 11.61B - V = 0.24
GALEX-DR5 FUV = 18.21NUV = 14.58FUV - NUV = 3.63
SDSS-DR12 u = 14.55g = 14.29r = 11.60i = 11.62z = 13.41u - g = 0.26r - i = -0.02
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2 Rectified Differential Light Curve Marino, Giuseppe 2012-03-18 18:46 UTC The variability was suspected during CCD photometry of the transit of the exoplanet HAT-P-36b, very close in the field of the images. Both the original light curves of suspected variable and transit present a similar descending linear trend of 0.02 magnitudes in 6 hours, due to an instrumental effect. The high photometric accuracy is supported by good quality of the light curve of the transit.
1 Phased Light Curve Marino, Giuseppe 2012-03-18 18:46 UTC
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1 Marino, Giuseppe 2012-03-19 13:51 UTC Initial submission.