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  • LZ Her
    70 75 Moon Illumination 100 Target details An SX Phoenicis variable is a type of variable star These stars exhibit a short period pulsation behavior that varies on time scales of 0 03 0 08 days 0 7 1 9 hours They have spectral classifications in the range A2 F5 and vary in magnitude by up to 0 7 Compared to the Sun these stars have a lower metallicity which

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  • GSC 1566-2802
    Hours Mount Paramount ME Guiding Unguided Processing Details Maxim CCDsoft AIP4WIN Photoshop CS4 More Details Environment Temperature 23 oC Camera Temperature 10 οC Sky temperature 4 οC Notes Weather 7 10 Transparence 4 6 Humidity 63 Moon Illumination 78 Target details A Delta Scuti variable sometimes termed dwarf cepheid is a variable star which exhibits variations in its luminosity due to both radial and non radial pulsations of the star

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  • MW And
    a type of eclipsing binary variable star These stars are close binaries of spectral types F G or K that share a common envelope of material and are thus in contact with one another They are termed contact binaries because the two stars touch and transfer mass and energy through the connecting neck although astronomer R E Wilson argues that the term overcontact is more appropriate W Ursae Majoris variables are the most common variable stars in the present day Universe About 1 percent of all stars belong to this group The class is divided into two subclasses A type and W type L Binnendijk Veroeffentlichungen der Remeis Sternwarte zu Bamberg Nr 40 p 36 1965 A type W UMa binaries are composed of two stars both hotter than the Sun having spectral types A or F and periods of 0 4 to 0 8 day The W types have cooler spectral types of G or K and shorter periods of 0 22 to 0 4 day The difference between the surface temperatures of the components is less than several hundred kelvins A new subclass was introduced in 1978 B type The B types have larger surface temperature difference In

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  • GSC 2043-1201
    Hours Mount Paramount ME Guiding Unguided Processing Details Maxim CCDsoft AIP4WIN More Details Environment Temperature 15 oC Camera Temperature 1 5 οC Sky temperature 12 οC Notes Weather 6 10 Transparence 4 6 Humidity 88 Moon Illumination 89 Target details A Delta Scuti variable sometimes termed dwarf cepheid is a variable star which exhibits variations in its luminosity due to both radial and non radial pulsations of the star s

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  • YZ Boo
    Humidity 80 Sky Temprature 10 οC More Details Environment Temperature 20 oC Camera Temperature 1 5 οC Moon Illumination 11 Target details A Delta Scuti variable sometimes termed dwarf cepheid is a variable star which exhibits variations in its luminosity due to both radial and non radial pulsations of the star s surface Typical brightness fluctuations are from 0 003 to 0 9 magnitudes in V over a period of

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  • V1107 Cas
    A W Ursae Majoris variable is a type of eclipsing binary variable star These stars are close binaries of spectral types F G or K that share a common envelope of material and are thus in contact with one another They are termed contact binaries because the two stars touch and transfer mass and energy through the connecting neck although astronomer R E Wilson argues that the term overcontact is more appropriate W Ursae Majoris variables are the most common variable stars in the present day Universe About 1 percent of all stars belong to this group The class is divided into two subclasses A type and W type L Binnendijk Veroeffentlichungen der Remeis Sternwarte zu Bamberg Nr 40 p 36 1965 A type W UMa binaries are composed of two stars both hotter than the Sun having spectral types A or F and periods of 0 4 to 0 8 day The W types have cooler spectral types of G or K and shorter periods of 0 22 to 0 4 day The difference between the surface temperatures of the components is less than several hundred kelvins A new subclass was introduced in 1978 B type The B types

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  • WASP-12b
    Temperature 35 οC Sky temperature 12 οC Notes Weather Clear Transparence Medium Humidity 80 85 Moon Illumination 84 Target details WASP 12b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star WASP 12 discovered by the SuperWASP planetary transit survey Its discovery was announced on April 1 2008 Due to its extremely close orbit to its star it has one of the lowest densities for exoplanets inflated by the flux of energy

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  • Conjunction Venus-Mercury 2015
    Optics Canon EF 100 400mm f 4 5 5 6 L USM IS Camera Canon Eos 5D Mark III Exposure Time 1 13 sec ISO 3200 Mount portable tripod Processing Details Photoshop Target details Conjunction is a term used in positional astronomy It means that as seen from some place usually the Earth two celestial bodies appear near one another in the sky The event is also sometimes known as

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