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  V0392 Per  
000-BBH-316 (10695 observations)  
Perseus Sequence
04 43 21.37 +47 21 25.9  (70.83904 +47.35719) Search nearby
B1950.0 04 39 39.37 +47 15 50.0
Proper motion
RA: 9.0 +/- 4.2 mas/yDec: -14.6 +/- 3.4 mas/ySource: UCAC4
Galactic coord. 157.992 +0.902
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2MASS J04432138+4721257 AAVSO 0435+47 AllWISE J044321.36+472125.8
CMC15 J044321.3+472125 Downes V0392 Per GSC2.3 NCFD013562
IPHAS J044321.37+472125.8 N Per 2018 Nova Per 2018
Nova Persei 2018 SON 10653 TCP J04432130+4721280
UCAC4 687-031629 URAT1 687-136723 USNO-A2.0 1350-04820860
USNO-B1.0 1373-0142019 USNO-B1.0 1373-0142020 WISE J044321.38+472125.8
XPM 274-0217060    
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Variability type
Spectral type --
Mag. range
6.3 - 16.9 V
Discoverer Gerold Alfred Richter
29 Apr 2018 (HJD 2458238)
Outburst 2018
Period --
Rise/eclipse dur. --
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1 Schmeer, Patrick A brightening to mag. 6.2 CR was detected by Yuji Nakamura on 2018 April 29.4740 UT (CBAT "Transient Object Followup Reports"). A long outburst with a very slow (GK Per-like) rise to maximum was recorded by the ASAS-SN Sky Patrol and AAVSO observers in 2016 February-April. Gaia DR2 parallax 0.2573 0.0516 mas (distance ~ 3.9 kpc).
2 Otero, Sebastian Alberto VSP Note: 15.0 mag. star 8.5" to the North.
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1 R. M. Wagner; D. Terndrup; M. J. Darnley; et. al., 2018, ATel #11588 2018ATel11588....1W
2 Gaia Collaboration; et al., 2018, Gaia Data Release 2. Summary of the
contents and survey properties
3 Kochanek, C. S.; et al., 2017, The All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae
(ASAS-SN) Light Curve Server v1.0
4 R.A. Downes et al., 2001, PASP 113, 764 (2006 archival version) 2005JAD....11....2D
5 R.A. Downes et al., 2001, PASP 113, 764 2001PASP..113..764D
6 G.A.Richter, MVS 5, H.6, 99, 1970. 1970MitVS...5...99R
7 CBAT "Transient Object Followup Reports" --
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2MASS J = 13.77H = 13.29K = 13.06J - K = 0.70
AllWISE W1 = 12.86W2 = 12.73W1 - W2 = 0.12
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1 NSVS light curve for V392 Per Wils, Patrick 2008-08-30 23:18 UTC Light curve for V392 Per from NSVS data. Data at mag 15 are actually for the star 9" to the North = 2MASS J04432140+4721344 = UCAC2 47617258.
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6 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2020-05-14 19:35 UTC Gaia DR2 position.
5 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2018-06-01 19:31 UTC Outburst peak and type from AAVSO data.
4 Schmeer, Patrick 2018-04-29 16:38 UTC Type and eruption year from 2018ATel11588....1W. Maximum magnitude from AAVSO data. Gaia DR2 position. Discoverer's first names added.
3 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2013-03-27 21:27 UTC Range from AAVSO V data. UCAC4 position.
2 Wils, Patrick 2008-08-30 23:18 UTC NSVS data show an outburst to mag 13 in April 1999, possibly a superoutburst in view of its duration of more than two weeks. Minimum magnitude from GSC2 (NSVS measures the 15th mag star 9" to the North at minimum). No sign of frequent Z Cam outbursts, so UGZ type unlikely. Position from CMC14.
1 Admin, VSX 2005-12-17 20:33 UTC Initial database population.