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Your V513 Peg (= HS 2214+2845) obs essential now

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Your observations of V513 Peg (HS 2214+2845) are essential tonight and tomorrow night, as the HST scheduling team needs them to make their final decision about going ahead with the HST/COS obervations of this dwarf nova. Please see AAVSO Special Notice #363 for details.

Thank you and good observing  -  Elizabeth Waagen, AAVSO HQ

V513 Peg Confusion
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Hello Elizabeth

The finder charts in F and G size for this object make it hard to distinguish which of the 2 objects are the object.  I think its the Northern most one. 

 

The PT that I submitted last night contained both objects near this location.  If you confirm which is the correct one, I can probably split the two and resubmit.

 

Gary

Reanalyzed V513 Peg
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Hello Elizabeth

Reanalyzed the run from JD 6490.  The north object averages 16.325 +/- .006 in 10 images.

 

Gary

V513 Peg July 16.97 UT (JD
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V513 Peg July 16.97 UT (JD 2456490.47) <14.6TG
 

My apologies for not replying
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My apologies for not replying before now, Gary. V513 Peg is the northern star of the pair.

It is all right if your observation contained both images - Dr. Gaensicke and colleagues are expecting to have to remove the companion from the data.


Thanks for your observations! I know they were helpful to  the HST scheduling team.

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