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109th Annual Meeting Research Posters

109th Annual Meeting Research Posters 

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The Blazar BL Lacertae: 2018-2020 V, R and I Band CCD Photometry

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      Authors:

      Manny Rosales ‘201, Christina Singh ’231, Wyatt Carbonell ‘241, Leslie F. Brown1, Gary Walker2

            1 Connecticut College, Physics and Astronomy Department, New London, CT

            2 Maria Mitchell Observatory, Nantucket, MA

     

DIFFERENTIAL PHOTOMETRY OF ECLIPSING BINARY SYSTEM V798Her IN GLOBULAR CLUSTER NGC 6341

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     Authors:

     Khola Anees, Department of Space Science, Institute of Space Technology, Pakistan

     Dr. Shaukat Naaman Goderya, Tarleton State University, US

     Dr. Fazeel Mahmood Khan,Institute of Space Technology, Pakistan

 

Establishing a New ToM (Time of Minima) for the Primary Eclipse of the Binary System WZ Oph 

      Author:

      Mike Miller (AAVSO Obscode MMGA), mikerph1951@gmail.com 

 

Identification of Bimodal Period and Long Secondary Period Carbon Red Giants Misclassified as “Miscellaneous” in VSX

       Author:

       Kristine Larsen, Geological Sciences Dept., Central Connecticut State University, Larsen@ccsu.edu

 

New Variable Stars Discovered in the Field of the Classical Cepheid EK Mon 

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      Authors:

      Gordon Spear, Grace Kallman, Laura Peticolas, Lynn Cominsky (Sonoma State University) 

      Affiliated Institutions: Robert Ferguson Observatory, Sonoma Academy, SSU EdEon STEM Learning 

      and the NASA’s Universe of Learning Team 

 

RU Cam: The Reluctant Cepheid Revisited

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       Author:

       John R. Percy, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, and  Dunlap Institute of Astronomy and
       Astrophysics, University of Toronto, john.percy@utoronto.ca

 

Using high resolution spectroscopyto measure Cepheid pulsation

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      Author:

      Kevin Gurney, k.gurney@shef.ac.uk

 

Star Crawling

      Author:

      Bill Wink

 

 

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