The charts and sequences team has been busy over the last several months creating new and updating existing variable star charts and sequences. The following is a list of updates made since 27 June, 2015. If you observe any of these objects please update your charts and photometry tables with the most recent version as soon as possible.
variable star charts
The following is a list of chats and sequences created, updated or revised since June 25, 2013. If you are observing any of these stars please check to be sure you are using the most recent version of the sequence.
Improvements to existing sequences and creation of new sequences for newly discovered and previously known variables continues at a brisk pace. Below is a list of new or revised sequences adopted since April 4, 2013.
If you observe any of these stars, please be sure you are using th most recent version of the comparison star sequence on your charts.
This list is attached below in .csv and .xlsx formats for your convenience.
The AAVSO Binocular Program consists of 153 stars in the northern and southern hemispheres. They are mostly semi-regulars and Miras, with a few other types sprinkled in. Most of the stars range between 3.0 and 9.5V and can be observed best using simple hand held binoculars.