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Name
  Romanov V12  
AAVSO UID
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Constellation
Monoceros Sequence
J2000.0
06 33 47.48 +04 15 55.0  (98.44783 +4.26528) Search nearby
B1950.0 06 31 08.80 +04 18 16.5
Galactic coord. 207.122 -1.969
Other names

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2MASS J06334747+0415549 CGCS 6164 IRAS 06311+0418
USNO-B1.0 0942-0094952 WISE J063347.46+041554.7  
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Variability type
M:
Spectral type C
Mag. range
>15.5 - <18.6 r
Discoverer Filipp Romanov
Epoch
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Period --
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Remarks
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1 Romanov, Filipp J-K= 2.8.
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References
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1 Masci, F. J.; et al., 2019, The Zwicky Transient Facility: Data Processing,
Products, and Archive
2019PASP..131a8003M
2 Alksnis, A.; at al., 2001, General Catalog of Galactic Carbon Stars by C.
B. Stephenson. Third Edition
2001BaltA..10....1A
3 Alksnis, A.; at al., 2001, General Catalog of Galactic Carbon Stars by C.
B. Stephenson. Third Edition
2001BaltA..10....1A
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1 Light curve from ZTF data (r band) Romanov, Filipp 2019-05-15 09:54 UTC
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2 Romanov, Filipp 2019-05-15 09:54 UTC Minimum magnitude from ZTF data.
1 Romanov, Filipp 2018-06-12 05:58 UTC Initial submission. Maximum magnitude from CMC15. Minimum magnitude from IPHAS DR2. Spectral type from 2001BaltA..10....1A. Gaia DR2 position.