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  ASASSN-V J063307.38-000204.9  
000-BMN-900 (No observations)  
Monoceros Sequence
06 33 07.38 -00 02 04.9  (98.28075 -0.03470) Search nearby
B1950.0 06 30 33.67 +00 00 13.9
Galactic coord. 210.872 -4.090
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USNO-A2.0 0825-02657246 USNO-B1.0 0899-0092505  
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Variability type
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Mag. range
14.18 - 14.86 V
Discoverer --
31 Aug 2016 (HJD 2457631.879) Ephemeris
Outburst --
Period 0.386079 d  (9.2659 h)
Rise/eclipse dur. --
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1 Jayasinghe, T.; Kochanek, C. S.; Stanek, K. Z.; et al., 2018, The ASAS-SN
Catalog of Variable Stars I: The Serendipitous Survey
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1 Phaseplot Wiedemair, Christof 2018-01-30 14:34 UTC Phaseplot built from 22 observations.

Six observations, including the discovery observation of 16th February 2017, have been carried out in our own observatory (46.7827 N, 12.0843 E) using a Meade 10" LX200 Classic with a SBIG ST-8XME resulting in 232 unfiltered and calibrated light frames.

Seventeen observations have been made using the various 0.4-m-telescopes of the Faulkes Telescope Project with a SBIG STX6303 through a SDSS-r' filter resulting in 530 calibrated light frames.

All frames had an exposure time of five minutes and 2x2 binning.

Differential aperture photometry has been done with Muniwin using the star USNOA2 0900-03105625 (RA 06 33 10.238 DEC +00 00 50.91 J2000) as comparison star and USNO-A2.0 0900-03106451 (RA 06 33 12.853 DEC +00 01 00.13 J2000) as check star. Period analysis has been done using the phase dispersion minimization algorithm (PDM) in Peranso. Despite the use of different filters all amplitudes were in good agreement so we combined all datasets. We confirm the period to be 9.266 h.
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1 Admin, VSX 2018-01-29 19:30 UTC Initial database population.