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  USNO-B1.0 1383-0527110  
Andromeda Sequence
23 04 18.56 +48 19 48.1  (346.07733 +48.33003) Search nearby
B1950.0 23 02 03.17 +48 03 36.5
Galactic coord. 105.174 -10.813
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2MASS J23041855+4819480 CMC14 J230418.5+481948 GSC 03627-00036
NSVS 6190476    
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Variability type
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Mag. range
13.85 V (0.20)R1
Discoverer --
24 Aug 1999 (HJD 2451414.692) Ephemeris
Outburst --
Period 0.200841 d  (4.8202 h)
Rise/eclipse dur. 44%  (2.12 h)
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1 E.V. Kazarovets, N.N. Samus, O.V. Durlevich, N.N. Kireeva, E.N. Pastukhova,
2013, IBVS 6052
2 Dimitrov, D. and Popov, V. 2007, Peremennye Zvezdy, 27, No. 2 2007PZ.....27....2D
3 Dimitrov D., Popov V., 2007, Peremennye Zvezdy 27, 2 2007PZ.....27....2D
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1 Phase plot Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2012-08-30 21:43 UTC Phase plot with NSVS data.
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3 Admin, VSX 2013-04-15 20:35 UTC Update from [2013IBVS.6052....1K].
2 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2012-08-30 21:43 UTC Type, period, epoch, rise duration and amplitude from NSVS data. Magnitude derived from CMC14 and UCAC3. UCAC4 position.
1 Admin, VSX 2007-04-04 06:27 UTC Preserved original object data.