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J/other/IBVS/5918   Minima and maxima of 452 variables       (Hubscher+, 2010)

BAV-results of observations - photoelectric minima of selected eclipsing binaries and maxima of pulsating stars. Hubscher J., Lehmann P.B., Monninger G., Steinbach H.-M., Walter F. <IAU Inform. Bull. Var. Stars, 5918, 1 (2010)> =2010IBVS.5918....1H =2010BAVSM.209....1H
ADC_Keywords: Stars, variable Abstract: In this 65th compilation of BAV results, photoelectric observations obtained in the year 2009 are presented on 521 variable stars giving 871 minima on eclipsing binaries and maxima on pulsating stars. All moments of minima and maxima are heliocentric. The errors are tabulated in column '±'. The values in column 'O-C' are determined without incorporation of nonlinear terms. The references are given in the section 'Remarks'. All information about photometers and filters are specified in the column 'Rem'. The observations were made at private observatories. The photoelectric measurements and all the light curves with evaluations can be obtained from the office of the BAV for inspection. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 90 699 Times of maxima of Eclipsing binaries table2.dat 90 171 Times of maxima of Pulsating stars remarks.dat 31 21 Remarks
See also: J/other/IBVS/5296 : Extrema of pulsating stars (Agerer+, 2002) J/other/IBVS/5438 : 162-nd list of eclipsing binaries minima (Diethelm, 2003) J/other/IBVS/5493 : 2003 CCD minima of eclipsing binaries (Nelson+, 2004) J/other/IBVS/5502 : Eclipsing binaries minima in 2003 (Dvorak+, 2004) J/other/IBVS/5543 : 163-nd list of eclipsing binaries minima (Diethelm+, 2004) J/other/IBVS/5592 : Eclipsing binary stars photoelectric minima (Krajci+, 2005) J/other/IBVS/5731 : Minima and maxima of 816 variables (Hubscher+, 2006) J/other/IBVS/5761 : Minima and maxima of 389 variables (Hubscher+, 2007) J/other/IBVS/5802 : Minima and maxima of 735 variables (Hubscher+, 2007) J/other/IBVS/5941 : Minima and maxima of 292 variables (Hubscher+, 2010) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat table2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 18 A18 --- Name Variable name 21- 32 F12.4 d HJD Heliocentric Julian date of minimum or maximum 33 A1 --- u_HJD Uncertainty flag on HJD 35- 39 F5.4 d e_HJD rms uncertainty on HJD 41- 47 A7 --- Obs Observer (2) 49- 55 F7.4 --- O-C ? O-C value (3) 57 A1 --- n_O-C [s] s for secondary minimum 59- 76 A18 --- Ref Bibliography (4) 78- 81 A4 --- Filt Filter (5) 83- 85 I3 --- N Number of measurements 87- 90 A4 --- Rem Remarks, in remarks.dat file
Note (2): Observer codes as follows: AG = Agerer F., Tiefenbach ALH = Alich K., Schaffhausen (CH) DIE = Dietrich M., Radebeul FR = Frank P., Velden JU = Jungbluth Dr. H., Karlsruhe MS = Moschner, W., Lennestadt MZ = Maintz G., Bonn PGL = Pagel, Dr. L., Klockenhagen QU = Quester W., Esslingen RAT = Ratz, Herges-Hallenberg RCR = Ratz, Herges-Hallenberg SB = Steinbach, Dr. H., Neu-Anspach SCI = Schmidt, U., Karlsruhe SHT = Scharnhorst, D., Erfurt SIR = Schirmer, J., Willisau (CH) WN = Wischnewski, M., Wennigsen WTR = Walter F., Muchen Note (3): The values are determined without incorporation of nonlinear terms. Note (4): the abbrevations stand for: SAC = Rocznik Astronomiczny No. vv, Krakow (SAC) ATB = Achterberg (member of the BAV) MVS = Mitteilungen uber Veraenderl. Sterne Note (5): Filters code as follows: B = Johnson B filter V = Johnson V filter Ic = Cousins I filter -Ir = -Ir filter C = CCD-camera m = multiple filter o = without filter -U-I = -U and -Ir-filters CCD-Cameras
Byte-by-byte Description of file: remarks.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 2 I2 --- Rem Remark code 4- 31 A28 --- Text Text of the remark
History: From electronic version of the journal
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 30-Mar-2011
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