J/A+AS/135/29       New periods of variable stars in Cygnus        (Hric+ 1999)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/A+AS/135/29 New periods of variable stars in Cygnus (Hric+ 1999) ================================================================================ New periods of variable stars in Cygnus based on a quarter of century of photographic observations. Hric L., Galis R. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 135, 29 (1999)> =1999A&AS..135...29H (SIMBAD/NED BibCode) ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Stars, variable ; Magnitudes Keywords: star: techniques: photometric - stars: variables: general Description: The Table2 summarizes the photographic magnitudes obtained over 24 years at the Skalnate Pleso (1979-1993) and Asiago (1969-1988) observatories for 17 variable stars of different types: Miras (7), Semi-regular (4), Cepheids (3), RR Lyr (2), Eclipsing binary (1). The cross-reference between star No., designation according to Margoni and Stagni (1984A&AS...56...87M) and catalogue one (provided it has already been adopted for a given star) according to the GCVS (See Cat. II/214) and IBVS (Kholopov al., 1987, See Cat. II/195) is given in Table3 as well as the equatorial coordinates for the epoch 1950.0 for each star, which is compatible with the GCVS. In this table are shown the basic characteristics of the observational material for each star: the number of data points and interval of magnitudes obtained at the Asiago Observatory (A) and Skalnate Pleso Observatory (SP) respectively.