TCP J09370380+1657350: dwarf nova outburst (mag. 14.5) in Leo

Association Francaise des Observateurs d'Etoiles Variables (AFOEV)
Fri, 01/08/2021 - 10:17

TCP J09370380+1657350  (UGWZ:)
(submitted to VSX)
Complete ASAS-SN Sky Patrol (Shappee et al. 2014ApJ...788...48S and Kochanek et al. 2017PASP..129j4502K) light curve and data:
TCPJ09370380+1657350 20210106.359 <16.59g ASN
TCPJ09370380+1657350 20210107.184  14.70g ASN
TCPJ09370380+1657350 20210107.185  14.78g ASN
TCPJ09370380+1657350 20210107.187  14.76g ASN
A previous (long) outburst in 2006 March-April was recorded by
1) CRTS (as MLS_J093703.7+165735 and CSS_J093703.7+165735) on 2006 March 26.18 UT (CVmag. 13.5) and April 19.15 UT (CVmag. 16.2)
2) ASAS-3 (as ASAS J093704+1657.6) on 2006 March 27.13 UT (Vmag. 13.7) and March 29.16 UT (Vmag. 14.1)
According to ASAS-3 and MLS data that likely superoutburst started on 2006 March 25.
For discovery details and further identifications see
Time-resolved photometry is urgently required (spectroscopy and multiband photometry are encouraged, too).
Clear skies,