J/AJ/135/649          Variable stars in a Lupus field          (Weldrake+, 2008)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/AJ/135/649 Variable stars in a Lupus field (Weldrake+, 2008) ================================================================================ A deep catalog of variable stars in a 0.66deg^2^ Lupus field. Weldrake D.T.F., Bayliss D.D.R. <Astron. J., 135, 649-663 (2008)> =2008AJ....135..649W ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Stars, variable ; Stars, double and multiple Keywords: binaries: eclipsing - binaries: general - delta Scuti - stars: variables: other Abstract: We have conducted a wide-field photometric survey in a single 52'x52' field towards the Lupus Galactic Plane in an effort to detect transiting Hot Jupiter planets. The data set also led to the detection of 494 field variables, all of which are new discoveries. This paper presents an overview of the project, along with the total catalog of variables, which comprises 190 eclipsing binaries (of contact, semi-contact, and detached configurations), 51 miscellaneous pulsators of various types, 237 long-period variables (P>=2d), 11 delta Scuti stars, 4 field RR Lyrae (3 disk and 1 halo) and 1 irregular variable. Our survey provides a complete catalog of W UMa eclipsing binaries in the field to V=18.8, which display a Gaussian period distribution of 0.277+/-0.036d. Description: Using the Australian National University 1m telescope at Siding Spring Observatory, a single 54'x54' Wide-Field Imager (WFI) field was observed for 53 nights, 26 contiguous nights in 2005 June and 27 nights in 2006 June.