EM Cyg

AAVSO Alert Notice 685: EM Cyg monitoring requested

NOTES: Dr. Ruiz-Carmona communicated that this campaign is concluded as of December 19, 2019. - Elizabeth O. Waagen, December 19, 2019

Dr. Ruiz-Carmona communicates that they would like to observe EM Cyg after another outburst to obtain further data. Please continue to monitor EM Cyg as instructed below until further notice. - Elizabeth O. Waagen, December 2, 2019

November 8, 2019

Alert Notice 586: Status of 20 cataclysmic variables needed for WHT campaign

July 7, 2017: Roque Ruiz-Carmona (Ph.D. candidate, Institute of Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands) has requested AAVSO assistance in determining the status of 20 eclipsing cataclysmic variables (CVs) in order to select one system in outburst for observation with the William Herschel Telescope (WHT) at La Palma, to detect and study spiral density waves in the system. The WHT observations will begin on 2017 July 11 UT.

Alert Notice (un-numbered November 23, 1981): Special AAVSO Alert Notice on Dwarf Novae

November 23, 1981

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Do continue your close monitoring of dwarf novae. Dr. Stiening from Stanford University and his colleagues will be observing these stars from Nov. 25th to Dec. 4th at Mt. Lemon, Arizona, and they have requested our help once again.

Alert Notice 505: Monitoring of Northern dwarf novae for radio jets campaign

October 24, 2014: Ms. Deanne Coppejans (PhD candidate, Radboud University Nijmegen (Netherlands) and University of Cape Town) and colleagues have requested AAVSO observer assistance in monitoring several dwarf novae in support of their campaign to observe them in outburst with the Very Large Array (VLA) to search for radio jets.

Alert Notice 345: Request to monitor cataclysmic variables for radio observations

February 15, 2007: Dr. Christian Knigge, University of Southampton, England, has requested our assistance in monitoring ten (10) dwarf novae cataclysmic variables as part of a search for radio jet formation during outbursts. Dr. Knigge is attempting to observe a dwarf nova outburst within six hours of the outburst onset using the NRAO Very Large Array (VLA) telescope in New Mexico and the Jodrell Bank MERLIN telescope in the United Kingdom.