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  ATO J316.0268+46.4900  
000-BNG-596 (665 observations)  
Cygnus Sequence
21 04 06.43 +46 29 24.1  (316.02679 +46.49003) Search nearby
B1950.0 21 02 21.60 +46 17 25.5
Galactic coord. 87.740 -0.259
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2MASS J21040643+4629240 GSC 03588-05711 ItohV01
UCAC4 683-095796    
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Variability type
Spectral type --
Mag. range
14.43 - 14.74 V
Discoverer A. N. Heinze et al. (ATLAS)
13 Aug 2019 (HJD 2458709.0529) Ephemeris
Outburst --
Period 0.629338 d  (15.1041 h)
Rise/eclipse dur. --
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1 Kasai, Kiyoshi There are two nearby stars contaminating survey data, A (UCAC4 683-095807, V = 16.6; sep. 8") and B (UCAC4 683-095811, V = 12.7; sep. 16") .APASS data contaminated by A and ASAS-SN data contaminated by A and partially by B. Range has been corrected.
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1 Heinze, A. N.; et al., 2018, A First Catalog of Variable Stars Measured by
the Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System (ATLAS)
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1 Phase plot of ATO J316.0268+46.4900 Kasai, Kiyoshi 2019-09-13 10:05 UTC Phase plot with data from APASS (see remark), ASASSN Sky Patrol (see remark) and Itoh.
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1 Kasai, Kiyoshi 2019-09-13 18:07 UTC Initial submission. Gaia DR2 position.