AAVSO Alert Notice 754 announces an observing campaign on 15 VY Scl-type CVs in support of HST Target of Opportunity observations. Please see the notice for targets, details, and observing instructions.
There are threads for this campaign under the following forums:
- Campaigns and Observing Reports: https://www.aavso.org/vy-scl-stars-too-campaign
- Cataclysmic Variables: https://www.aavso.org/vy-scl-stars-too-campaign-01
- Spectroscopy: https://www.aavso.org/vy-scl-stars-too-campaign-02
Please subscribe to these threads if you are participating in the campaign so you can be updated by the astronomers and by HQ. Join in the discussion or ask questions there!
Many thanks, and Good observing,
Elizabeth O. Waagen, AAVSO HQ
A huge thanks in…
A huge thanks in advance for your help with this campaign over the next three years!
Feel free to reach out to us at any moment, we are happy to answer any questions/doubts related to this project. We are also preparing a web page with detailed information on the HST program, I'll share it here once it's ready.
Good luck to you all with the observations :)
Finally clear weather to start on your campaign!! Here in northern Tasmania lot's of great daytime sky - but then the clouds roll in for night time, not good for optical!!
A few days ago I sent some observations of V704 And, but bad weather avoid me from continuing.
I would like to know if the list of objects has been published according to their priority, that is, the most urgent at the top, and the low priority at the bottom.
Thank you in advance.
The list has been ordered according to the targets' RA and there are only two classes of priorities (first and second). Within each class, targets have equal priority among each other. The only difference is that targets flagged as "first" have higher priority compared to those flagged as "second".
I hope this is helpful :)