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#-- B/gcvs General Catalogue of Variable Stars (Samus+, 2007-2017)
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#---Table: B/gcvs/./gcvs_rem.dat GCVS remarks  (15731 records)
#      GCVS A12    ---   Variable star designation
#      Text A67    ---   Text of note
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R     And   |SiO maser.
S     And   |SN (NGC 224).
W     And   |SiO maser.
Z     And   |Outbursts, average cycle 8400d. Porb = 758.8d, it reveals itself in
Z     And   |photometry during the low state. A quasi-period, P1, about 656d is
Z     And   |present during the outbursts. The beat period between Porb and P1,
Z     And   |about 5500d, is also found in the photometric data.
RS    And   |H2O maser.
RT    And   |P varies, current elements are given.
RU    And   |P varies strongly.
RX    And   |Porb = 0.209893d.
RY    And   |OH, H2O maser.
SS    And   |P2 = 650d, P3 = 3800d.
SU    And   |VB A (B 12.77m, F0V:, 15").
SV    And   |SiO maser.
SW    And   |[Fe/H] = -0.24. P varies, current elements are given. According to
SW    And   |[N0037], Max = 2435249.25744 + 0.442270491d*E - 1.032 x
SW    And   |10^{-10}E*E.
SY    And   |d = 0.027P.
TW    And   |P varies, current elements are given. d = 0.020P. P varies, current
TW    And   |elements are given.
TX    And   |Recent observations in the AAVSO database suggest type LB.
UU    And   |The depth of MinII is 0.2m R. P varies, current elements are given.
VX    And   |The mean brightness varies with P = 904d.
WW    And   |The depth of MinII is 0.16m.
WX    And   |d = 0.03P. P varies, current elements are given.
WY    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.0.
WZ    And   |P varies, current elements are given. Min II 11.61.
XX    And   |P varies, current elements are given. [Fe/H] = -1.94. Blazhko
XX    And   |effect with a 36-day period [03111].
XY    And   |[Fe/H] = -0.92.
XZ    And   |P varies in a complex manner, current elements are given.
ZZ    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.58.
AB    And   |P varies, current elements are given. The light curve shape varies.
AC    And   |A triple-mode pulsator. The table gives the light elements for the
AC    And   |fundamental-mode pulsations. First overtone: Max = 2428009.45 +
AC    And   |0.5251342d*E; second overtone: Max = 2428009.69 + 0.4210572d*E.
AC    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.16.
AD    And   |The depth of Min II is 0.58m. P varies, current elements are given.
AE    And   |In the M31 galaxy.
AF    And   |In the M31 galaxy.
AG    And   |The data in [75119] refer to a different star. The data in [08296]
AG    And   |probably refer to a different star.
AM    And   |VB A (B 14.7m 17" sf).
AQ    And   |Secondary period 346d.
AR    And   |Porb = 0.16302d.
AT    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.18.
AW    And   |Identified by its number from the Harvard - Groningen
AW    And   |Durchmusterung quoted in [01992], in 1 degree of declination from
AW    And   |the position published by the discoverer. Not red, apparently does
AW    And   |not vary in modern automatic surveys.
BD    And   |P varies, current elements are given.
BK    And   |[Fe/H] = -0.08.
BL    And   |The depth of Min II is 0.32m.
BU    And   |H2O maser.
BX    And   |ADS 1671 A (B 10.86m, 20", 59{deg}). P varies, current elements are
BX    And   |given.
CC    And   |Multiperiodic.
CE    And   |H2O maser.
CG    And   |The elements in the Table correspond to maximum U-band light.
CG    And   |During some seasons, short-period variations with a period about
CG    And   |125 min and an amplitude up to several hundredths of a magnitude
CG    And   |were observed. In 1973, periods of 0.09325d and 0.06737d were
CG    And   |detected.
CI    And   |[Fe/H] = -0.69.
CN    And   |P varies, quadratic term -9.8*10^{-11}*E*E.
CO    And   |d = 0.06P:.
CP    And   |d = 0.01P:. P varies?
CU    And   |d > 0.034P. P varies?
DI    And   |An unusual light curve with a secondary maximum.
DL    And   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7686.
DQ    And   |[M/H] = 0.00.
DR    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.48. P varies, current elements are given. Blazhko
DR    And   |effect with a period about 57d is possible [N0053].
DS    And   |d = 0.04P. In the open cluster NGC 752. dII = 0.07P.
DU    And   |[Fe/H] = -2.11.
DX    And   |Porb = 0.440502d.
EG    And   |Porb = 482.57d. The light curve is modulated with a double wave
EG    And   |during the orbital period.
EL    And   |A twice shorter period is possible.
EP    And   |The depth of Min II is 0.60m. P varies, current elements are given.
ET    And   |SB1, Porb = 48.304d.
EU    And   |H2O maser.
EX    And   |No evidence for the secondary minimum being displaced, as claimed
EX    And   |in [04335], in recent CCD data. P varies?
EY    And   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
FF    And   |VB A (B 10.53m V, 7", 295{deg}). SB2, Porb = 2.170304d. BY-type
FF    And   |variations: 10.35m - 10.42m V outside flares, P = 2.170d [5230].
FL    And   |d = 0.02P.
FO    And   |Porb = 0.07161d. Superhumps: P = 0.07411d [N0067].
FV    And   |P varies?
GK    And   |P varies?
GN    And   |ADS 409 A (B 13.1m, 2", 6{deg}, 1948).
GP    And   |VB A (B 12.50m, 11"). P varies, quadratic term +5.20d*10^{-13}E*E.
GQ    And   |ADS 246 B (A = GX And). 11.04m - 11.10m V outside flares [08313].
GX    And   |ADS 246 A (B = GQ And).
GY    And   |SB1, P = 272.88d.
GZ    And   |ADS 1693 A (B 11.13m, 8", 31{deg}, 1894; C 11.91m, 14", 200{deg},
GZ    And   |1908; D 12.65m, 24", 285{deg}, 1908). P varies, current elements
GZ    And   |are given.
HN    And   |SB1, P = 106.3334d. From Hipparcos data, a photometric period of
HN    And   |1.7237d (instead of 69.92d) was suggested in [N0078]. However, it
HN    And   |does not represent the observations from [06992], where the derived
HN    And   |period was 69.5d.
HR    And   |d = 0.05P.
HS    And   |P varies, current elements are given.
HT    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
HY    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
HZ    And   |P > 100d. Red.
IK    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
IL    And   |d = 0.02P.
IO    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
IP    And   |d = 0.02P:.
KM    And   |According to [69005], cst, 14.8m pg.
KP    And   |The depth of Min II is 0.1m R.
KV    And   |Superhumps: P = 0.07434d [N0087].
KX    And   |SB2 (Porb = 38.908d). Porb reveals itself in seasonal light curves.
KZ    And   |ADS 16557 B (A 7.2m; B 16", 256{deg}, 1984). SB2, Porb = 3.032867d.
LL    And   |Porb = 0.055055d.
LM    And   |VB (QY And 14" np).
LN    And   |ADS 16472 (B A1V, 9.88m, 7", 40 {deg}).
LO    And   |P varies, current elements are given.
LQ    And   |SB1, Porb = 7.413d.
LR    And   |Epoch of Max is given. P varies, quadratic term +3.379*10^{-9}*E*E.
LS    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
LT    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
LV    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.55.
MP    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.62.
MR    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.26.
MU    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.57.
MV    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.78.
MX    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.50.
MY    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.32.
NN    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.35.
NO    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.67.
NQ    And   |[Fe/H] = -1.38.
OR    And   |Porb = 0.1359d.
OT    And   |MinII - MinI = 0.52P.
OV    And   |ADS 284 B (A Sp G, 7.5" p; several additional fainter companions).
PQ    And   |Rare outbursts in 1938, 1967, 1988. Porb = 0.071d.
PT    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
PU    And   |In the region of the M 31 galaxy.
PX    And   |The elements are for eclipses. The amplitude of the eclipses is
PX    And   |about 0.5m.
PY    And   |SB, P = 399.6d.
QR    And   |The elements are for eclipses.
QU    And   |SB1.
QW    And   |The depth of MinII is 0.44m.
QX    And   |In the open cluster NGC 752. P varies?
QY    And   |VB (LM And 14" sf). Variations only due to LM And are seen in
QY    And   |ROTSE/NSVS data for combined light.
QZ    And   |VB A (B 14" np).
V0336 And   |VB A (B 20" sp).
V0337 And   |VB A (B 14.0m, 15" nf).
V0342 And   |VB (A 7.86m, B 9.21m, 5", 82{deg}, 1991).
V0348 And   |ADS 197 (B 7.5m V, 0.2", 42{deg}, 1957).
V0355 And   |ADS 616 (A 7.92m Hp, F5; B 9.08m Hp, 1.4", 5.5{deg}, 1991).
V0361 And   |ADS 948 (A 7.84m, F0; B 11.65m, 3", 249{deg}, 1991).
V0369 And   |VB (9.5m V + 9.5m V, 0".1, 128{deg}, 1986.9).
V0371 And   |VB (ADS 1613AB: A 8.7m V, B 8.9m V, 0.2". 358{deg}, 1997; C 11.5m
V0371 And   |V, 0.8", 261{deg}, 1958).
V0392 And   |VB (A 9.3m Hp; B 11.5m Hp, 2", 75{deg}, 1991).
V0393 And   |P = 0.223880d is suggested in [HIP], the light curve has a large
V0393 And   |scatter.
V0395 And   |ADS 16965 (A 7.6m V; B 9.8m V, 6", 103{deg}, 1991).
V0413 And   |d = 0.01P. ADS 17087 (B 12.5m V, 5", 181{deg}, 1907).
V0419 And   |ADS 1672 (B 10.0m V, 6", 254{deg}, 1991).
V0420 And   |VB A (B 15.0m pg, 12" np).
V0428 And   |SB1, Porb = 576d.
V0429 And   |Multiperiodic, P1 = 195s.
V0446 And   |A chromospherically active giant, photometric variations with the
V0446 And   |rotation period.
V0455 And   |A single major outburst in September, 2007. Superhumps were
V0455 And   |observed. Porb = 0.05631d.
V0466 And   |A single major outburst in September, 2008. Early superhumps: P =
V0466 And   |0.056383d; ordinary superhumps: P = 0.05713d; late superhumps: P =
V0466 And   |0.056d.
V0470 And   |P2 = 1.93570d.
V0478 And   |Multiperiodic.
V0484 And   |Catalina data do not completely confirm the light elements [00001].
V0496 And   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0498 And   |VB A (A 10.04mV; B 10.15mV, 22", 139{deg}, 2005). Combined
V0498 And   |brightness is tabulated.
V0500 And   |A single major outburst in November, 2008. Superhumps were
V0500 And   |observed.
V0515 And   |P2 = 0.0056553d.
V0521 And   |Multiperiodic.
V0522 And   |MinII - MinI = 0.484P.
V0529 And   |Multiperiodic. The largest-amplitude {Delta} Scuti period is
V0529 And   |0.11876d. VB A (B 13.4mV, 16", 166{deg}, 1998).
V0560 And   |O'Connell effect.
V0572 And   |Early superhumps: P = 0.054868d; ordinary superhumps: P =
V0572 And   |0.055544d.
V0604 And   |Multiple. The coordinates in [80598] are wrong.
V0704 And   |Porb = 0.154d.
V0735 And   |Magnitudes in the Table can be influenced by surrounding bright
V0735 And   |stars.
V0736 And   |VB AB (AB 11.03mV; 0.1", 115{deg}, 1973; A and B estimated equally
V0736 And   |bright). Magnitudes in the Table can be influenced by a 10.60mV
V0736 And   |star BD +36 0159 (50", 252{deg}, 1999).
V0744 And   |Porb = 0.02608d.
V0751 And   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0762 And   |Studied in [81025] (SAVS 023548+491758) but erroneously identified
V0762 And   |with GSC 03303-01008.
V0769 And   |VB B (A 16.8mV, B 16.9mV; AB 6", 37{deg}, 1998). The magnitudes in
V0769 And   |the Table were influenced with the companion.
V0770 And   |Multiperiodic.
V0782 And   |MinII - MinI = 0.383P.
V0784 And   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.534895d; P1/P0 = 0.7465.
V0787 And   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.542396d; P1/P0 = 0.7465.
V0788 And   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.529664d; P1/P0 = 0.7461.
V0796 And   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.470490d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
V0797 And   |Additional non-radial pulsation, Pnr = 0.18776d. P1 is presented in
V0797 And   |the Table; Pnr/P1 = 0.9162.
V0799 And   |VB (A 10.3m; B 10.9m, 6", 320{deg}, 2016). The magnitudes in the
V0799 And   |Table are for combined brightness.
V0800 And   |Biperiodic, P2 = 71.2d.
V0806 And   |MinII - MinI = 0.494P.
V0807 And   |d = 0.08P. The elements in the table are for planet transits.
V0807 And   |Superposed DSCT oscillations: P = 0.0476d [023].
alf   And   |SB2 (P = 96.7041d). VB (interferometric, a = 0.024"). Photometric
alf   And   |variability could not be confirmed in [N0111].
zet   And   |For regular ellipsoidal variations, the depth of minima are about
zet   And   |0.07m.
lam   And   |The tabulated elements are for brightness minima in 1996 - 2002.
lam   And   |SB1 (P = 20.5212d).
omi   And   |Multiple (AB 0.3", period much longer than 100d; Aa 0.05"; B SB2, P
omi   And   |= 33.08d). Several shell events were observed. Periodic variations
omi   And   |with varying amplitude (up to 0.1m): double wave, MinI =
omi   And   |2429981.250 + 1.571272d*E [N0114]. A number of different
omi   And   |photometric and spectroscopic periods were also reported.
T     Ant   |[A/H] = -0.0. P var, nonlinear elements: Max = 2436120.756 +
T     Ant   |5.897915d*E + 4.80d*10^{-8}E^2 [N0027].
V     Ant   |OH, H_2O, SiO maser.
SZ    Ant   |From photometry in [N0002], about 12.3m V, const? [00001].
TU    Ant   |From photometry in [N0002], about 10.6m V, const? [00001].
WY    Ant   |[Fe/H] = -1.48. P var, nonlinear elements: Max = 2439139.40 +
WY    Ant   |0.574330174d*E + 4.820d*10^{-10}E^2 [N0029].
AG    Ant   |[Fe/H] = -4.8. A post-AGB star. SB1. Brightness variations with the
AG    Ant   |orbital period probably due to variations of circumstellar
AG    Ant   |extinction.
AI    Ant   |Slow variations with Prot (see Table), oscillations with P about 15
AI    Ant   |minutes, several frequencies.
BU    Ant   |VB A (B 11.72m, 27", 36{deg}, 2000).
BV    Ant   |MinII - MinI = 0.60P.
BW    Ant   |Porb = 0.0303d.
BX    Ant   |VB B (A 10.9m; AB 27", 124{deg}, 1999). In the TWA association.
BY    Ant   |VB B (A = NSV 04876, 5.56m, B9.5V; AB 11", 226{deg}, 1999).
BZ    Ant   |VB B (A 5.56m, NSV 04876; AB 11", 226{deg}, 1999).
CE    Ant   |In the TWA association.
CH    Ant   |Multiperiodic, 4 harmonics. P1 is given in the Table.
CI    Ant   |VB A (B 13.1m, 1", 306{deg}, 1991).
CN    Ant   |P strongly varies. The elements in the Table are for JD 2453569 -
CN    Ant   |2454298.
RS    Aps   |VB A (A 15.1mV; B 15.5mV, 6", 139{deg}, 1999).
TY    Aps   |Blazhko effect? [Fe/H] = -0.95.
UW    Aps   |VB A (A 15.4mV, B 15.7mV; AB 9", 147{deg}, 2000).
VX    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -1.44.
YZ    Aps   |VB (14.2m, 14.6m, 8", 207{deg}, 2000). The southern component
YZ    Aps   |varies?
AB    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -1.30.
BE    Aps   |OH maser.
BM    Aps   |VB A (B 12.2mR, 18", 137{deg}, 2000). The tabulated magnitude in
BM    Aps   |maximum is influenced by the companion.
BS    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -1.33.
CE    Aps   |VB A (B 13m, 14", 125{deg}; C 14m, 199{deg}, 2000).
CK    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -1.49.
CP    Aps   |VB A (B 15.2m, 9", 289{deg}, 2000). It is not quite clear which of
CP    Aps   |the components varies.
CZ    Aps   |SiO maser.
DF    Aps   |VB A (B 15.5mpg, 14", 308{deg}, 2000).
DI    Aps   |Blazhko effect? [Fe/H] = -1.60.
DZ    Aps   |Blazhko effect.
EL    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -1.56.
ER    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -1.39.
EX    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -0.81.
GO    Aps   |Type RR is not excluded.
IP    Aps   |VB B (A 14.5mpg, B 14.7mpg; AB 10", 140{deg}, 2000).
IZ    Aps   |VB B (A 15.4mpg, B 16.4mpg; AB 8", 300{deg}, 2000).
LM    Aps   |Type RV is also possible.
LO    Aps   |O'Connell effect.
LU    Aps   |[Fe/H] = -2.06.
MY    Aps   |L19-2. Multiperiodic, main stable modes: 192.6s and 113.8s.
OZ    Aps   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
PQ    Aps   |In the region of the globular cluster IC 4499; cluster non-member.
PV    Aps   |MinII - MinI = 0.75P.
QX    Aps   |Superposed variations with P = 74d: and an amplitude about 1m.
V0347 Aps   |VB A (A 13.5m; B 15.1m, 10", 79{deg}, 2000; C 5", 321{deg}, 2000).
V0347 Aps   |The tabulated amplitude was affected by the companions.
V0367 Aps   |VB B (A 11.3m; AB 8", 58{deg}, 2000).
V0380 Aps   |VB (several companions).
V0390 Aps   |Distorsion wave: P = 2.84455d.
V0393 Aps   |Period varies.
V0394 Aps   |VB A (B 7", 340{deg}, 2000).
V0395 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0395 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.472647d. P1/P0 = 0.74445.
V0398 Aps   |According to [g0009], the star is a second-overtone pulsator.
V0401 Aps   |P varies, the period in the Table is valid for 1990 - 1994.
V0403 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0403 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.477591d. P1/P0 = 0.744412.
V0404 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0404 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.480751d. P1/P0 = 0.74410.
V0405 Aps   |Blazhko effect.
V0410 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0410 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.473375d. P1/P0 = 0.74416.
V0419 Aps   |According to [g0010], the star is a second-overtone pulsator.
V0419 Aps   |According to [g0009], the star is a second-overtone pulsator.
V0421 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0421 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.496065d. P1/P0 = 0.74449.
V0426 Aps   |Blazhko effect?
V0431 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0431 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.48834d. P1/P0 = 0.74434.
V0432 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0432 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.474642d. P1/P0 = 0.74414.
V0440 Aps   |The coordinates in the Table are uncertain.
V0444 Aps   |The coordinates in the Table are uncertain.
V0445 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0445 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.480528d. P1/P0 = 0.74440.
V0446 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0446 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.486080d. P1/P0 = 0.74420.
V0447 Aps   |According to [g0009], the star can be a double-mode pulsator with a
V0447 Aps   |low-amplitude fundamental mode.
V0448 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0448 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.473993d. P1/P0 = 0.74424.
V0449 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1). P1 =
V0449 Aps   |0.358943d is equally possible. The fundamental-mode period was not
V0449 Aps   |determined in [g0009].
V0454 Aps   |The coordinates in the Table are uncertain.
V0458 Aps   |According to [g0009], the star is a second-overtone pulsator.
V0461 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0461 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.477109d. P1/P0 = 0.74434.
V0463 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0463 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.480001d. P1/P0 = 0.74434.
V0466 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0466 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.474776d. P1/P0 = 0.74424.
V0469 Aps   |Blended; the coordinates in the Table are uncertain.
V0470 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0470 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.493508d. P1/P0 = 0.74446.
V0483 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0483 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.485225d. P1/P0 = 0.74501.
V0488 Aps   |The period in the Table is that of the first overtone (P1).
V0488 Aps   |Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.482485d. P1/P0 = 0.74431.
V0494 Aps   |Cluster non-member?
V0496 Aps   |P varies?
V0498 Aps   |P varies?
V0504 Aps   |P varies? [g0001].
kap 1 Aps   |SB. VB A (B 11.27m, 27", 255{deg}, 2000).
R     Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given. SiO, OH, H2O maser. Porb = 44
R     Aqr   |years? In a nebula, has a jet. During certain time intervals
R     Aqr   |several years long, too faint maxima and/or too bright minima, with
R     Aqr   |the total range within two magnitudes.
V     Aqr   |H2O maser. Biperiodic, P1 is given in the Table, P0 = 689d.
W     Aqr   |SiO maser.
RX    Aqr   |H2O maser.
RY    Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given. ADS 14862 A (B 12.65m, 4",
RY    Aqr   |238{deg}, 1899).
ST    Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given.
SU    Aqr   |ADS 16318 A (B 10.7m, 5", 143{deg}, 1926). The range given is for
SU    Aqr   |the combined brightness.
SW    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.63.
SX    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.87.
TT    Aqr   |VB A (B 15.0m, 3", 135{deg}, 1830).
TZ    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.24.
UU    Aqr   |The elements are for eclipses, about 1.3m V deep. Strong nova-like
UU    Aqr   |variations (see [N0116]).
VY    Aqr   |Rare outbursts. Porb = 0.06309d.
XX    Aqr   |OH maser.
XZ    Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given. The depth of MinII is about
XZ    Aqr   |0.2m V.
YZ    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.55.
AA    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -2.09.
AE    Aqr   |Porb = 0.4116556d. Short flares, flickering. Ellipsoidal variations
AE    Aqr   |with Porb and an amplitude of 0.3m V [N0118]. Optical oscillations
AE    Aqr   |with P = 33.076737s [08675] and an amplitude up to 0.02m are
AE    Aqr   |considered the spin period of the white dwarf, a twice shorter
AE    Aqr   |period was also reported.
AX    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.88. P varies, current elements are given.
BB    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.55.
BG    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.51.
BH    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.80. P varies?
BN    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.33. P varies, current elements are given.
BO    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.80. P varies? Current elements are given.
BQ    Aqr   |d = 0.05P:. P varies?
BR    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -0.74. P varies?
BS    Aqr   |P varies? Current elements are given.
BT    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -0.29. P varies, current elements are given.
BV    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.18. P varies?
BW    Aqr   |DII = 0.06P, Min II - Min I = 0.478P (1983. Apsidal motion.
BX    Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given.
CF    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.03.
CH    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.61.
CP    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -0.77.
CV    Aqr   |Minor planet (52) Europa.
CX    Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given.
CY    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.65. P varies, current elements are given.
DD    Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given.
DN    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.66.
DO    Aqr   |P varies.
DS    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -1.1.
DU    Aqr   |The minor planet (57) Mnemosyne. The data in [00797] must refer to
DU    Aqr   |another star.
DV    Aqr   |A shell spectral episode was reported in [08062].
DX    Aqr   |ADS 15562 B (A 7.36m, K0III; B 4.0", 332{deg}, 1991). The range in
DX    Aqr   |the Table is for combined brightness.
EP    Aqr   |SiO, H2O maser.
EZ    Aqr   |VB (AB a = 0.36", P = 2.20 years; A SB, P = 3.786516d). BY-type
EZ    Aqr   |variations: Prot is about 4d [N0120].
FF    Aqr   |d = 0.059P. The amplitude of the distortion wave is 0.22m U.
FG    Aqr   |VB A (B = NSV 14102, 8", 212{deg}, 1982.66).
FI    Aqr   |P = 4.659d or 4.719d not excluded.
FK    Aqr   |BDS 11854 A (B = FL Aqr, 24", 352{deg}, 1966). SB2 (P = 4.08322d).
FL    Aqr   |BDS 11854 B (A = FK Aqr; B 24", 352{deg}, 1966).
FO    Aqr   |Brightness variations reveal Porb (see Table) and Pspin = 0.014519d
FO    Aqr   |(the spin period varies).
FR    Aqr   |VB A (B 16.68m V, white dwarf, 14", 311{deg}, 1946).
FU    Aqr   |Type EW with twice longer period is also possible.
FV    Aqr   |[Fe/H] = -2.8.
FX    Aqr   |Blazhko effect?
GK    Aqr   |P varies, current elements are given.
GR    Aqr   |P = 0.675601d is also possible.
GS    Aqr   |According to [68018], P = 0.4604185d.
GV    Aqr   |According to [N0002], P = 0.20259d.
HH    Aqr   |Blazhko effect, P(Bl) = 68.7d ?
HI    Aqr   |VB (a = 0.077", Porb = 19.25 yr). SB2 (P = 3.429616d).
HK    Aqr   |Flare amplitude up to 0.6m U.
HL    Aqr   |Rapid small-amplitude oscillations: P = 39.2s.
HM    Aqr   |Very unusual, the depth of minima varies strongly.
HV    Aqr   |The X-ray source 1RXS J212125.1-030936. VB A (B 5", 321{deg},
HV    Aqr   |1992). The light curve shape varies.
HZ    Aqr   |Porb = 3.7569d.
KQ    Aqr   |The X-ray source 1RXS J221038.4-240120.
KV    Aqr   |VB AB (A 7.24m; B 8.23m, 7", 158{deg}, 1991). One deep fading on a
KV    Aqr   |brightening trend.
LL    Aqr   |The phase of MinII is 0.32.
LY    Aqr   |A binary millisecond pulsar with radio eclipses.
LZ    Aqr   |Orbital-period modulation during the bright stage: Min =
LZ    Aqr   |2451022.782 + 0.24820d * E [N0131].
OV    Aqr   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
QT    Aqr   |Porb = 0.074665d.
QU    Aqr   |Porb = 0.08330d.
QV    Aqr   |VB A (B 19.1mg, 4", 228{deg}, 2001). Porb = 0.07196d.
QW    Aqr   |The first-overtone period is tabulated. P0 = 0.47722d, A1/A0 = 1.3.
QZ    Aqr   |Superhumps: P = 0.064593d? [80233].
V0349 Aqr   |Pspin is tabulated. Porb = 0.1344d.
V0354 Aqr   |Blazhko effect, P = 181.20d.
V0357 Aqr   |P varies. dP/dt = -0.37 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0358 Aqr   |Epoch of minimum is tabulated. High states: 15.7 - 16.8m; low
V0358 Aqr   |states: 16.5 - 17.5m.
V0360 Aqr   |Blazhko effect, P = 54.52d.
V0362 Aqr   |Light elements for eclipses are tabulated. DSCTC: P = 0.038213d,
V0362 Aqr   |{Delta} m = 0.03m.
V0366 Aqr   |Multiperiodic.
V0367 Aqr   |Double-mode pulsations. First overtone: see the Table. P0 =
V0367 Aqr   |0.485897d. P1/P0 = 0.7432.
V0368 Aqr   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 =0.481835d. P1/P0=0.7443.
V0369 Aqr   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.590458. P1/P0 = 0.7446.
V0370 Aqr   |P1 is presented in the Table. Fundamental mode: Max = 2454700.685 +
V0370 Aqr   |0.532434d x E. P1/P0 = 0.7469.
V0371 Aqr   |Double-mode pulsation. The period in the Table is for the
V0371 Aqr   |fundamental mode. P1 = 0.0624379d. P1/P0 = 0.7748.
V0373 Aqr   |Double-mode pulsation. The period in the Table is for the first
V0373 Aqr   |overtone. P0 = 0.554570d. P1/P0 = 0.7456.
V0375 Aqr   |Double-mode pulsation. The period in the Table is for the first
V0375 Aqr   |overtone. P0 = 0.479278d. P1/P0 = 0.7443.
V0379 Aqr   |Double-mode pulsation. The period in the Table is for the first
V0379 Aqr   |overtone. P0 = 0.530200d. P1/P0 = 0.7459.
V0380 Aqr   |Double-mode pulsation. The period in the Table is for the first
V0380 Aqr   |overtone. P0 = 0.4900d. P1/P0 = 0.7429.
V0381 Aqr   |Period varies.
V0383 Aqr   |Period varies strongly.
V0384 Aqr   |Blazhko effect?
V0387 Aqr   |Blazhko effect?
V0398 Aqr   |Blazhko effect?
V0399 Aqr   |Blazhko effect.
V0409 Aqr   |Blazhko effect?
V0413 Aqr   |Blazhko effect.
V0425 Aqr   |VB A (B sp). Blazhko effect?
V0427 Aqr   |Field star? Blazhko effect? Another possible period: P = 0.746053d.
V0429 Aqr   |Blazhko effect.
V0432 Aqr   |P varies.
V0440 Aqr   |Strong Blazhko effect [g0006]. P varies? [g0001].
V0457 Aqr   |P varies, the light elements in the Table are for JD 2452433 -
V0457 Aqr   |2452445.
V0462 Aqr   |P varies, the light elements in the Table are for JD 2452433 -
V0462 Aqr   |2452445.
V0477 Aqr   |Period varies.
R     Aql   |Period decreases, current elements are given. OH, H2O, SiO maser.
U     Aql   |SB, Porb = 1856.4d. VB A (B 11.7m, 2", 224{deg}, 2009).
V     Aql   |Biperiodic, P0 is tabulated, P1 = 215d.
W     Aql   |SiO maser.
Y     Aql   |Speckle binary (0.3").
Z     Aql   |H2O maser.
RR    Aql   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
RS    Aql   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
SV    Aql   |OH, H2O maser.
SY    Aql   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
SZ    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
TU    Aql   |VB A (B 10.9m, 9", 356{deg}, 2000).
TW    Aql   |OH maser.
UU    Aql   |Porb = 0.163532d.
UX    Aql   |VB A (B 4", 123{deg}).
VX    Aql   |Double maxima.
XZ    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
YY    Aql   |IR excess.
YZ    Aql   |d = 0.03P. P varies, current elements are tabulated.
AA    Aql   |[Fe/H] = -0.58.
AK    Aql   |VB A (B 12.4m, 17", 86{deg}, 1999).
BC    Aql   |[Fe/H] = 0.1.
BF    Aql   |Multiple.
CD    Aql   |VB, the SW component varies. Combined magnitudes are tabulated.
CI    Aql   |The first outburst was detected in 1917. Eclipsing variations in
CI    Aql   |quiescence: 15.3-16.2-15.7mV, Min = 2448412.167 + 0.618355d x E, D
CI    Aql   |= 0.20:P [N0252].
CL    Aql   |Multiple.
CR    Aql   |Blazhko effect?
CS    Aql   |VB A (B p).
DM    Aql   |VB A (B 13.2m, 14", 178{deg}; C 14.0m, 8", 12{deg}, 1996).
DO    Aql   |Eclipses: variable amplitude of the orbital variations, up to 0.8m.
DO    Aql   |Min = 2448832.4408 + 0.167762d x E [N0255].
EU    Aql   |H2O, SiO maser.
EV    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated. [A/H] = -0.3.
EW    Aql   |VB A (A 12.2mV; B 12.4mV, 16", 188{deg}, 2000).
EX    Aql   |Double wave, RV Tauri-like.
FF    Aql   |VB A (B 10.1m, 7", 144{deg}, 2002; Aa, Ab 0.2", 157{deg}, 1990).
FF    Aql   |SB1 (P = 1433d). P varies, quadratic term +84d x 10^(-10) x E^2.
FG    Aql   |In the dark nebula B130.
FH    Aql   |In the dark nebula B130.
FK    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
FN    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
FO    Aql   |Porb = 0.217d.
FY    Aql   |VB A (B 14.5:mV, 5", 219{deg}, 2000; B is a blend).
FZ    Aql   |VB A (B 11.5m, F2V, 15", 163{deg}, 1999). The combined brightness
FZ    Aql   |in the ASAS photometry varies between 10.02m and 10.12mV.
GK    Aql   |VB A (A 13m:V; B 13.1mV, 24", 3{deg}, 1999). Available deep surveys
GK    Aql   |do not show a large amplitude.
GU    Aql   |d = 0.02P.
GY    Aql   |OH, SiO maser.
GZ    Aql   |VB?
HI    Aql   |VB A (B 14.1m, 26", 332{deg}, 2000).
II    Aql   |VB A (B 15.4m, 10", 39{deg}, 1996; C 15.5m, 13", 235{deg}, 1996).
IM    Aql   |P varies, the tabulated elements are valid between JD 2432772 and
IM    Aql   |2439000.
IQ    Aql   |VB A (B 13.8m, 23", 168{deg}, 2000).
KL    Aql   |[A/H] = 0.6.
KM    Aql   |Blazhko effect, P = 192.20d.
KO    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
KX    Aql   |Porb = 0.06035d.
LS    Aql   |A wave with a cycle of 50-60d and an amplitude about 0.2-0.3m is
LS    Aql   |superposed.
LT    Aql   |Several companions at distances between 16" and 34".
MQ    Aql   |VB A (B 8", 109{deg}, 1998).
MV    Aql   |VB B (A 7.1mJ, B 10.0mJ; AB 6", 77{deg}, 2000).
OO    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
OP    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
OS    Aql   |VB A (7.1mJ; B 11.3mJ, 8.5", 171{deg}, 1999).
PP    Aql   |[A/H] = 0.0. P varies, current elements are tabulated.
PQ    Aql   |Porb = 0.24675d.
QS    Aql   |VB AB (6.69m, 6.75m, 0.2", 311{deg}, 2010).
QY    Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0337 Aql   |P varies?
V0341 Aql   |[Fe/H] = -1.22.
V0342 Aql   |VB B (A 8.3mV, B 8.7mV; AB 20", 14{deg}, 1999). P varies, current
V0342 Aql   |elements are tabulated.
V0343 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0346 Aql   |VB A (B 11.4m, 3", 244{deg}, 2012); the magnitude in the table are
V0346 Aql   |for combined brightness. P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0360 Aql   |VB A (B 15.3mpg, 3", 215{deg}).
V0368 Aql   |Eclipses: Min = 2449189.5230 + 0.69050942d x E, amplitude about
V0368 Aql   |0.25mR [N0263].
V0379 Aql   |VB A (A 9.1mJ; B 13.6mJ, 6", 1998). Combined magnitudes are
V0379 Aql   |tabulated.
V0387 Aql   |VB A (B 15.0mV, 8", 332{deg}, 1999; also other components).
V0409 Aql   |Spectral type A2-A3 in a different publication.
V0413 Aql   |A very unusual light curve, with a large (up to 0.5mV) scatter
V0413 Aql   |outside of minima. IR excess?
V0417 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0418 Aql   |P varies? Current elements are tabulated.
V0419 Aql   |Superposed shorter (80d - 100d) waves with an amplitude about 0.3m.
V0434 Aql   |Several companions within 40".
V0435 Aql   |Several companions within 25".
V0441 Aql   |Often exhibits double maxima.
V0455 Aql   |OH, H2O maser.
V0459 Aql   |VB A (B 15m, 8", 131{deg}).
V0461 Aql   |VB A (B 14.2m, 8", 286{deg}, 1990).
V0466 Aql   |VB A (B 11.0m, 22", 19{deg}, 2000).
V0470 Aql   |H2O maser.
V0483 Aql   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6709. A cycle about 927d is
V0483 Aql   |possible.
V0484 Aql   |VB B (A 11.0mV, B 12.2mV; AB 26", 84{deg}, 1999).
V0486 Aql   |VB A (B 15.0mV, 9", 276{deg}).
V0497 Aql   |VB A (B 15.2mV, 10", 26{deg}, 1993).
V0500 Aql   |Eclipses: P = 0.1452d, depth about 0.4m [N0264].
V0502 Aql   |VB A (B 5", 335{deg}); combined magnitudes are tabulated.
V0522 Aql   |VB A (A 8.9mJ, B 12.7mJ; AB 5", 249{deg}, 1998); combined
V0522 Aql   |magnitudes are tabulated.
V0526 Aql   |P varies? Current elements are tabulated.
V0528 Aql   |VB A (B 16.3m, 10", 74{deg}, 1951).
V0530 Aql   |VB A (B 13.0mR, 24", 18{deg}, 1999; C 13.2mR, 16", 336{deg}).
V0535 Aql   |VB A (B 15.6m, 9", 279{deg}, 1999).
V0536 Aql   |Speckle-interferometric binary (0.5", 17{deg}).
V0539 Aql   |VB A (B 15.2mpg, 7", 235{deg}).
V0556 Aql   |VB A (B 7", 270{deg}).
V0557 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0561 Aql   |VB A (12.5:mV; B 13.6mV, 22", 205{deg}, 1999; C 14.1mV, 20",
V0561 Aql   |169{deg}, 1999).
V0572 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated. [Fe/H] = 0.0.
V0602 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0603 Aql   |Porb = 0.13815d, reflected in the X-ray flux and polarization.
V0603 Aql   |Variations at minimum brightness: 11.62-12.15mV, Positive
V0603 Aql   |(0.144-0.145d) and negative (about 0.135d) superhumps, quasi-peri
V0605 Aql   |VB A (B 15.6m, in 8" sf). A maximum was observed in 1919, with
V0605 Aql   |secondary brightenings. Faint after 1923. In the center of the
V0605 Aql   |planetary nebula A58. Probably an event of the final helium
V0609 Aql   |VB A (B 5", 90{deg}, 1998). Combined magnitudes are presented. P
V0609 Aql   |varies? Currents elements are tabulated.
V0635 Aql   |VB A (B 13.8m, 13", 187{deg}, 1999). The tabulated magnitudes are
V0635 Aql   |influenced with the companion. OH maser.
V0641 Aql   |VB B (A 13.6m; AB 14", 303{deg}, 2000).
V0654 Aql   |VB B (A 12.8m; AB 20", 305{deg}, 2000). The tabulated magnitudes
V0654 Aql   |are probably influenced with the companion.
V0666 Aql   |VB A (B 5", 356{deg}, 1997). Combined magnitudes are tabulated.
V0672 Aql   |Blazhko effect?
V0676 Aql   |VB A (A 13.8mV; B 14.2mV, 12", 51{deg}, 2000).
V0694 Aql   |VB A? (B 1").
V0703 Aql   |VB A (7.54mK; B 8.82mK, 23", 90{deg}).
V0724 Aql   |P varies? Current elements are tabulated.
V0725 Aql   |VB A (B 12.7m; AB 13", 10{deg}, 1991).
V0734 Aql   |VB A (B 16.3m, 7", 114{deg}, 1997).
V0755 Aql   |The light elements Min = 2429195.290 + 1.01598d x E are not
V0755 Aql   |excluded.
V0761 Aql   |P varies? Current elements are tabulated.
V0762 Aql   |The period 2.1d/N [00387] cannot be confirmed with more recent
V0762 Aql   |epochs of minima.
V0766 Aql   |[Fe/H] = -1.98.
V0778 Aql   |VB A (B 13.2m, 20", 18{deg}, 2000; C 13.4m, 13", 78{deg}, 2000).
V0780 Aql   |OH maser.
V0782 Aql   |VB A (B 15.9mV, 6", 322{deg}, 2000).
V0793 Aql   |[Fe/H] = -1.53.
V0801 Aql   |VB A (B 14.0m, 14", 240{deg}, 1999).
V0803 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0812 Aql   |VB A (B 14.4mV, 11", 122{deg}, 1999; C 6", 226{deg}).
V0814 Aql   |VB A (13.8mR; B 15.8mR, 8", 236{deg}, 1999).
V0819 Aql   |VB B (A 13.3mV; B 14.1mV, 11", 235{deg}, 1999).
V0822 Aql   |VB A (B 9.6m, 1", 70{deg}, 1991; C 10.5m, 297{deg}, 2003).
V0825 Aql   |VB A (12.4mV; B 13.3mV, 26", 236{deg}, 1999; C 13.4mV, 18",
V0825 Aql   |213{deg}, 1999).
V0829 Aql   |Multiperiodic.
V0845 Aql   |VB A (B 13.2m, 29", 28{deg}, 2000).
V0846 Aql   |Modern photometric surveys do not confirm the tabulated variability
V0846 Aql   |data.
V0866 Aql   |VB A (B 5"s).
V0871 Aql   |MinII - MinI = 0.55P.
V0877 Aql   |VB A (B 16.5mpg, 6", 49{deg}, 1999; C 17.2mR, 7", 155{deg}, 1999).
V0878 Aql   |VB A (11.6mV; B 12.0mV, 21", 180{deg}, 1999).
V0888 Aql   |VB C (A 12.4mV, B 13.0mV; AC 18", 307{deg}, 1999; BC 23", 111{deg},
V0888 Aql   |1999). In the region of the open cluster NGC 6738.
V0889 Aql   |MinII - MinI = 0.36P. P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0889 Aql   |Light-time effect, apsidal motion?
V0895 Aql   |[Fe/H] = -0.54.
V0909 Aql   |VB A (14.4mR; B 15.7mR, 8", 171{deg}, 1998; C 16.0mR, 19",
V0909 Aql   |100{deg}, 1998).
V0912 Aql   |VB A (B 13.6m, 12", 309{deg}, 1999).
V0913 Aql   |The tabulated period corrects a misprint in [08717].
V0917 Aql   |d = 0.03P.
V0923 Aql   |Periodic variations with P = 0.8518d were reported in [03178]. SB,
V0923 Aql   |P = 214.756d.
V0926 Aql   |P varies? Current elements are tabulated.
V0927 Aql   |VB B (A 14.2mV, B 14.9mV; AB 7", 328{deg}, 1999).
V0936 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated. VB B (A 13.3mV, B 13.6mV;
V0936 Aql   |AB 11", 35{deg}, 2000).
V0958 Aql   |VB A (A 15.4mV; B 15.7mV, 8", 57{deg}, 1999; C 16.1mV, 12",
V0958 Aql   |313{deg}, 1999).
V0962 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V0965 Aql   |VB A (B 14.7mV, 11", 118{deg}, 1998).
V0968 Aql   |Multiple.
V0971 Aql   |[Fe/H] = -0.3.
V0991 Aql   |Multiple.
V0999 Aql   |Observations from [07806] contradict the tabulated elements.
V1012 Aql   |P2 = 83.7d, P3 = 1146d.
V1019 Aql   |VB A (A 12.7mV; B 16.7mV, 16", 196{deg}, 1997; also fainter
V1019 Aql   |companions).
V1046 Aql   |P varies?
V1058 Aql   |VB A (A 12.5mJ; B 13.9mJ, 11", 225{deg}, 1998).
V1062 Aql   |OH, H2O maser.
V1069 Aql   |VB (4").
V1070 Aql   |VB B (A 14.0mV, B 14.1mV; AB 12", 160{deg}, 2000).
V1076 Aql   |VB B (A 14m; AB 12", 284{deg}, 1998).
V1086 Aql   |VB A (B 7", 291{deg}, 2000). Combined magnitudes are tabulated.
V1096 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V1101 Aql   |Porb = 0.1442d.
V1102 Aql   |P = 0.594045d is also possible.
V1112 Aql   |MinII - MinI = 0.30P?
V1132 Aql   |VB B (A 14.1V; AB 5", 228{deg}, 2000).
V1140 Aql   |P varies?
V1147 Aql   |VB B (A 12.6m; AB 24", 259{deg}, 1998).
V1154 Aql   |MinII - MinI = 0.70P.
V1166 Aql   |Type UG is also possible.
V1173 Aql   |VB A (B 17.6m, 13", 241{deg}, 2000).
V1199 Aql   |Not red.
V1204 Aql   |VB A (B p).
V1208 Aql   |Multiperiodic.
V1215 Aql   |The tabulated period can be a multiple of the true one.
V1248 Aql   |OH, H2O maser.
V1251 Aql   |Another solution from different data: EB:, 13.0m - 13.7mV, MinII
V1251 Aql   |13.5mV, Min = 2451443 + 0.49942d x E.
V1269 Aql   |VB A (B 7", 43{deg}, 1999). Combined magnitudes are tabulated.
V1285 Aql   |SB2, Porb = 10.3191d.
V1286 Aql   |Rapid oscillations: P = 11.6 minutes, multiperiodic, amplitude
V1286 Aql   |about 0.001mB [N0287].
V1293 Aql   |Long-term variations: P = 270:d.
V1297 Aql   |d = 0.05P.
V1298 Aql   |A flare was detected spectroscopically [06835]. A
V1298 Aql   |common-proper-motion companion of BD+04 4048.
V1300 Aql   |OH, SiO maser.
V1302 Aql   |OH, SiO maser. Was gradually brightening in 1925 - 1970. Becomes
V1302 Aql   |gradually hotter. A protoplanetary object?
V1309 Aql   |P = 6.97d/N.
V1319 Aql   |H2O maser.
V1323 Aql   |Several companions.
V1325 Aql   |VB A (B 4" sf).
V1333 Aql   |Aql X-1. VB B (A 19.4m; B 0.5" p). Outbursts once in several
V1333 Aql   |months.
V1338 Aql   |VB B (A 15.8mR; B 16.0mR, 6", 84{deg}, 1999).
V1339 Aql   |SB?, P = 1.27219d. Speckle-interferometry binary, {rho} = 0.057".
V1340 Aql   |d = 0.06P:. Intrinsic brightness variations outside eclipses are
V1340 Aql   |possible.
V1342 Aql   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
V1343 Aql   |SS 433. B - V = +2.0m. Associated with the SNR W 50. The light
V1343 Aql   |elements for eclipses are tabulated. Eclipses: the depth of MinI
V1343 Aql   |varies between 0.2 and 0.9m; that of MinII, between 0 and 0.4m. The
V1343 Aql   |mean light varies between 14.0m and 14.6m with the period 162.15d,
V1343 Aql   |which varies; this period is usually interpreted as precession of
V1343 Aql   |the accretion disk. Also noted is the period 6.2877d, interpreted
V1343 Aql   |as nutation. Different kinds of activity and irregularity are
V1343 Aql   |present in the light curves. Three systems of H, HeI, HeII emission
V1343 Aql   |lines are observed in the spectrum: the "stationary" one, featuring
V1343 Aql   |radial velocity variations between 150 and 300 km/s with the
V1343 Aql   |orbital period, and two "relativistic" ones, with radial velocity
V1343 Aql   |variations, opposite in phase, between -35000 and +50000 km/s. The
V1343 Aql   |"relativistic" systems correspond to two jets consisting of
V1343 Aql   |high-density condensations of matter emerging from the system at a
V1343 Aql   |relativistic velocity (0.27 c). The system is generally considered
V1343 Aql   |a prototype microquasar, but its properties remain extreme for the
V1343 Aql   |whole class of such objects.
V1352 Aql   |VB A (B 14.6m, Sp M3, 6", 172{deg}, 1999). A chain of Herbig - Haro
V1352 Aql   |objects near the variable.
V1355 Aql   |P varies?
V1360 Aql   |OH, SiO maser.
V1361 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1362 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1363 Aql   |OH maser.
V1364 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1365 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1366 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1367 Aql   |OH, SiO maser.
V1368 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1369 Aql   |OH, SiO maser.
V1376 Aql   |VB (9", 356{deg}, 2000). The light elements need verification.
V1379 Aql   |The period of RS variations is tabulated. Eclipses: Min =
V1379 Aql   |2449656.4804 + 20.66118d x E, D = 0.07P, d = 0.06P, depth 0.17mU.
V1401 Aql   |P2 = 11.8d. [Fe/H] = -1.1.
V1402 Aql   |Multiple. Probably multiperiodic.
V1405 Aql   |The tabulated light elements are for eclipse-like fadinds, there
V1405 Aql   |amplitude being about 0.4m - 0.5m.
V1406 Aql   |VB B (A 7.03mV, B 11.3mV; AB 10", 180{deg}, 2012).
V1408 Aql   |The tabulated elements are for the maximum of small-scale periodic
V1408 Aql   |variations.
V1413 Aql   |d = 0.05P. The depth of eclipses outside outburst peaks is about
V1413 Aql   |2m.
V1415 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1416 Aql   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V1427 Aql   |Possibly a protoplanetary object.
V1433 Aql   |OH, H2O maser.
V1436 Aql   |VB A (9.4mV; B 12.3mV, 4", 33{deg}, 2001). Possibly spurious
V1436 Aql   |variability.
V1440 Aql   |VB A (8.6mV; B 9.9mV, 22", 198{deg}, 2013).
V1452 Aql   |P = 2.5930d is also possible.
V1461 Aql   |VB AB (9.3m, 10.5m, 2.5", 306{deg}, 2002).
V1462 Aql   |VB A (8.3mV; B 11.5mV, 13", 88{deg}, 2000).
V1466 Aql   |VB A (6.5mV; B 10.3mV, 14", 310{deg}, 2012).
V1470 Aql   |VB AB (8.2m, 9.2m, 2", 286{deg}, 2011). Probably the fainter
V1470 Aql   |component varies.
V1472 Aql   |VB AB (6.6mV, 11.0mV; 3", 120{deg}, 2008). SB, Porb = 198.716d.
V1473 Aql   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 2.04036d, P3 = 3.41274d.
V1477 Aql   |VB AB (9.73mV, 12.56mV, 1", 2{deg}, 1991). Another companion:
V1477 Aql   |9.2mR, 20", 112{deg}, 1998. Possibly spurious variability.
V1479 Aql   |The spectral type presented in the Hipparcos catalog (K7)
V1479 Aql   |contradicts the star's color indices. Possibly spurious
V1479 Aql   |variability.
V1488 Aql   |Erroneously called GM Aql in several publications by V.P.
V1488 Aql   |Tsesevich.
V1494 Aql   |VB A (B 18.1m, 1"). Eclipses: Min = 2452462.4966 + 0.1346141d x E,
V1494 Aql   |depth 0.25m, D = 0.20P [N0308].
V1532 Aql   |Several companions.
V1538 Aql   |Possible RRC periods: 0.3661945d, 0.2678428d.
V1546 Aql   |VB B (A 10.3mV; B 11.52mJ, 11.22mK, 16", 299{deg}, 2000).
V1575 Aql   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6749.
V1576 Aql   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6749.
V1648 Aql   |Brightening over 10 years, probably due to dissipating dust
V1648 Aql   |envelope, plus quasi-periodic variations. [Fe/H] = -1.1.
V1656 Aql   |The tabulated ephemeris is for eclipses. P varies, quadratic term
V1656 Aql   |+1.14 x 10^(-6)d x E^2. Instead, period jumps are not excluded.
V1656 Aql   |Occasional brightness humps: P = 8.628d.
V1665 Aql   |MinII - MinI = 0.40P. Slight apsidal motion.
V1706 Aql   |Epoch of minimum brightness is tabulated.
V1707 Aql   |VB A (B 13.9m, 18", 166{deg}, 1999).
V1710 Aql   |Epoch of maximum is tabulated. Continuous periodic brightness
V1710 Aql   |variations.
V1719 Aql   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
V1737 Aql   |VB A (B 12.2mV, 7", 130{deg}, 2000).
V1742 Aql   |VB A (B 16.5m, 2" sp).
V1743 Aql   |The elements tabulated are for EB variations. EA: amplitude 0.14m,
V1743 Aql   |Min = 2450646.6692 + 1.1920d x E, D = 0.14P.
V1752 Aql   |P2 = 0.3586d.
V1760 Aql   |P2 = 0.8381d.
V1801 Aql   |An asymptotic-giant-branch star. SB, Porb = 119.5d, e = 0.37. Porb
V1801 Aql   |is not detected in photometry.
V1811 Aql   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V1815 Aql   |A magnetic white dwarf, varies presumably due to starspots and
V1815 Aql   |axial rotation.
V1820 Aql   |O'Connell effect.
V1834 Aql   |A period about 230d is superposed.
V1837 Aql   |The period for the first overtone is given in the Table. Second
V1837 Aql   |overtone: Max = 2453729.40+ 1.01121d x E. P1 given in the Table.
V1837 Aql   |P2/P1 = 0.8040.
V1844 Aql   |Multiperiodic.
V1853 Aql   |VB (2"). Other possible periods: 0.66579d or 0.49934d. RRC type
V1853 Aql   |with P = 0.24967d is also possible.
V1861 Aql   |VB (3").
V1876 Aql   |The one-day alias, P = 0.058916d, is also possible.
V1877 Aql   |P = 0.30306d is also possible.
V1878 Aql   |VB A (B 4", 24{deg}, 1999).
V1880 Aql   |P = 0.42243d is also possible.
V1881 Aql   |Blazhko effect.
V1883 Aql   |The one-day alias, P = 0.109205d, is also possible.
V1886 Aql   |Period varies.
V1889 Aql   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.1004498d.
V1898 Aql   |P = 0.4102d is also possible.
alf   Aql   |Multiperiodic.
eta   Aql   |The presence of an unresolved A0V companion is suspected. P varies,
eta   Aql   |current elements are tabulated.
R     Ara   |VB A (B 8.2m, 4", 123{deg}, 1933).
S     Ara   |[Fe/H] = -0.71. P var. Max = 2420047.2382 + 0.451888176d*E -
S     Ara   |1.36d*10**(-10)*E**2 (2414000 - 2441200) [03126]. For current
S     Ara   |elements after 2441000, see Table.
T     Ara   |VB A (B 11.0m, 34", 60{deg}).
RW    Ara   |d = 0.02P. Changes of the shape of the light curve due to gaseous
RW    Ara   |streams or to a hot spot are possible.
SZ    Ara   |P var [N0005].
TV    Ara   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6208.
TX    Ara   |VB A (B 16.5m 5" sf). A twice shorter period is possible.
AD    Ara   |[A/H] = -0.4.
AW    Ara   |Before JD 2417300, Max = 2412600 + 186d*E.
BF    Ara   |The superoutburst cycle is given.
CC    Ara   |VB A (B 14.9m 7" sp).
CT    Ara   |Between JD 2420400 and 2425000, Max = 2413080 + 215d:*E.
DU    Ara   |P var.
DZ    Ara   |VB A (B 12.9m 12" np).
EH    Ara   |VB A (B 14.7m 12" nf).
EK    Ara   |VB A (B 15m pg 5" s).
FS    Ara   |VB A (B 15.1m V 7" nf).
FT    Ara   |VB A (B 15.4m 7" nf).
GI    Ara   |VB A (B 10" sp). It is not quite clear which star varies.
GK    Ara   |The coordinates in [00251] and the chart in [06286] are believed to
GK    Ara   |be wrong.
IN    Ara   |[Fe/H] = -1.75.
IW    Ara   |VB A (B 15.9m 9" sp).
KP    Ara   |VB A (B 14.8m 7" p).
KY    Ara   |Only one sharp Max (JD2428715 - 721) was observed [00629]. Possibly
KY    Ara   |a Nova.
KZ    Ara   |VB A (B 13.5m 13" p).
LW    Ara   |As of May 2006, erroneously called LX Ara in [N0002].
MQ    Ara   |VB A (B = NSV 9784 25" sp).
MR    Ara   |[Fe/H] = -1.0.
MS    Ara   |[Fe/H] = -1.48.
MT    Ara   |VB A (B 13.5m 26" sf).
MV    Ara   |VB A (B 17.6m 7" nf), a star 13.5m 18" n.
MX    Ara   |VB A (B 15.5m 14" sf).
NU    Ara   |VB B (A 16.4m 8" sp).
OY    Ara   |Eclipsing variations [N0010]: amplitude 1.9m (wide B+V filter), Min
OY    Ara   |= 2449862.8220 + 0.155466d*E.
QR    Ara   |Marked in the chart for BV 1443. ASAS-3 data do not show noticeable
QR    Ara   |variations.
QX    Ara   |Erroneously called V675 Ara in [N0002].
V0340 Ara   |[A/H] = 0.6.
V0341 Ara   |X-ray source 1RXS J165743.7-631237. V-Ic between 0.08m and 0.20m
V0341 Ara   |[N0012]. The periods 11.95d [00080], 10.919d [HIP], 14.11045d
V0341 Ara   |[N0012] satisfy observations only during some intervals of time.
V0342 Ara   |P >= 140d.
V0345 Ara   |P >= 180d.
V0355 Ara   |P > 220d.
V0356 Ara   |P > 170d. VB B (A 12.65m B, 22" nf).
V0360 Ara   |Min II - Min I = 0.35P.
V0383 Ara   |VB A (B 16.5m 8" nf).
V0419 Ara   |Not red [00001].
V0422 Ara   |According to [04001] and [01385], UG. The spectral type suggests
V0422 Ara   |another type [N0013].
V0433 Ara   |Eclipses: Min = 2453065.5502 + 0.19573d*E [N0014]. According to
V0433 Ara   |[N0014], the outside-eclipse brightness varies between 16.8m and
V0433 Ara   |18.4m V, suggesting a type like NL+EA or UGZ+EA. The faintest
V0433 Ara   |magnitude observed in an eclipse was about 19.6m V.
V0447 Ara   |Another possible solution of the data from [N0002]: Min =
V0447 Ara   |2451936.878 + 18.146d*E [N0015].
V0461 Ara   |Identified with a bright IR object in the 2MASS catalogue.
V0520 Ara   |No objects with Mira-like colors in the field [00001].
V0528 Ara   |Not an RR Lyrae star according to [N0006], where no period could be
V0528 Ara   |found between 0.25d and 2.0d.
V0539 Ara   |VB A (B 9.22m, 12", 269{deg}). DII = 0.13P. Apsidal motion.
V0539 Ara   |Tabulated are: the epoch of MinI based on observations in [HIP] and
V0539 Ara   |the siderial period from [N0017]. In 1982 - 1994, MinI =
V0539 Ara   |2445056.777 + 3.169112d*E, MinII = 2445067.825 + 3.169076d*E, U =
V0539 Ara   |150 years. The fainter component of the eclipsing pair pulsates,
V0539 Ara   |the detected periods are 1.36d, 1.78d, 1.08d [N0017].
V0544 Ara   |VB A (B 14.5m pg, 17" sp).
V0577 Ara   |The chart in [03776] leads to a much brighter star than the
V0577 Ara   |magnitudes in [03776]; for this brighter star, the data in [N0002]
V0577 Ara   |permit to suspect type EA, Max 13.1m V, MinI 13.6m V, MinII 13.3:m
V0577 Ara   |V, MinI = 2453090.826 + 0.6880d*E, with a large light-curve scatter
V0577 Ara   |[00001].
V0583 Ara   |The chart in [03776] leads to a much brighter star than the
V0583 Ara   |magnitudes in [03776].
V0613 Ara   |VB B (A 12" np).
V0617 Ara   |VB B (A 13.1m Bj, 12" nf). Combined magnitudes of the pair are
V0617 Ara   |given.
V0624 Ara   |MaxII 11.9 at the phase 0.4.
V0639 Ara   |V1 (NGC 6397). Cluster non-member.
V0650 Ara   |Individual cycles have amplitudes about 0.7m, the mean brightness
V0650 Ara   |level varies.
V0656 Ara   |EW type is not excluded.
V0658 Ara   |The suggested type is in contradiction with the star's red color
V0658 Ara   |[00001].
V0687 Ara   |Type RRC is possible.
V0710 Ara   |Individual cycles have amplitudes from 0.5m to 1m, secondary cycle
V0710 Ara   |about 750d.
V0729 Ara   |Type RV with a twice longer period is possible.
V0744 Ara   |Not red.
V0755 Ara   |The chart in [07772] (BV 1310) shows a different variable star.
V0793 Ara   |Not red.
V0801 Ara   |MXB 1636-53. Description of the spectrum [01356]. Modulation with
V0801 Ara   |Porb = 0.15804738d [N0020], amplitudes up to 0.6m V.
V0808 Ara   |Type EW is possible.
V0816 Ara   |Type RR: was suggested in [01385], but the star is red.
V0820 Ara   |Epoch of Min is given. Strong magnetic field. Either an eclipsing
V0820 Ara   |binary or a white-dwarf oblique rotator.
V0821 Ara   |4U 1658-48. Complex behavior. Three X-ray states: off, hard-low,
V0821 Ara   |high-soft, poorly correlated with optical variations. The latter
V0821 Ara   |consist of flickering, possible low-amplitude quasi-periodic
V0821 Ara   |variations, and large-amplitude changes. Porb near 0.7d is
V0821 Ara   |suspected.
V0825 Ara   |V2 (NGC 6397), cluster non-member.
V0826 Ara   |V3 (NGC 6397), cluster non-member.
V0827 Ara   |V4 (NGC 6397) according to the numbering system from [67025]
V0827 Ara   |(differs from the numbering system in [N0025]). Probably cluster
V0827 Ara   |non-member.
V0829 Ara   |Type SRB is possible [71065]. According to [HIP], ELL, 6.06m -
V0829 Ara   |6.14m Hp, Min = 2448504.951 + 7.5010d*E; these type and period seem
V0829 Ara   |improbable for the spectral type.
V0832 Ara   |Porb = 5200d.
V0834 Ara   |Oscillations: P = 12 minutes.
V0835 Ara   |Oscillations: P = 10.75 minutes.
V0837 Ara   |Associated with a nebula.
V0839 Ara   |Associated with a nebula.
V0883 Ara   |MinII - MinI = 0.44P.
V0898 Ara   |Multiperiodic.
V0909 Ara   |Called "BH Ara?" in [80474]; the suggested identification is wrong.
V0919 Ara   |SB2.
V0927 Ara   |VB A (B 13.3m, 14", 121{deg}, 1999). The magnitude in minimum is
V0927 Ara   |influenced with the companion.
V0943 Ara   |Similarity to FG Sge is not excluded.
V0952 Ara   |Multiperiodic, 5 frequencies detected.
V0969 Ara   |VB A (B 13.8m, 16", 148{deg}, 1999).
V0978 Ara   |P=46.5d is superposed.
V0981 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P = 58.66d.
V0982 Ara   |VB B (A 13.9mpg, B 14.3mpg; AB 13", 351{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes
V0982 Ara   |in the Table are influenced by the companion.
V1000 Ara   |VB A (B 9" p).
V1011 Ara   |Period varies.
V1027 Ara   |VB A (B 14.0m, 12", 51{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes in the Table
V1027 Ara   |were influenced by the companion.
V1042 Ara   |VB A (B 12.5m, 8.5", 329{deg}, 2000).
V1054 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1055 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1058 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1059 Ara   |Additional mode, P = 0.6285d [g0025].
V1060 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 57.710d [g0025]. Blazhko effect,
V1060 Ara   |P(Blazhko) = 35.2368d [g0025].
V1061 Ara   |Cluster non-member. MinII - MinI = 0.26P.
V1063 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1064 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1065 Ara   |Additional mode, P = 0.1707740d [g0025].
V1067 Ara   |A second high-amplitude mode: P = 0.2509836d.
V1071 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 34.809d; additional period 216.34d
V1071 Ara   |[g0025].
V1072 Ara   |A0 = 0.3771mV. P1 = 0.3266817d, A1 = 0.0275mV, P1/P0 = 0.7304
V1072 Ara   |(abnormal ratio).
V1073 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 13.764d. Additional mode, P =
V1073 Ara   |0.1897573d.
V1075 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1077 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1078 Ara   |MinII - MinI = 0.75P.
V1080 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 82.267d [g0025].
V1083 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 66.917d [g0025].
V1084 Ara   |A0 = 0.3089mV. P1 = 0.3596333d, A1 = 0.0177mV, P1/P0 = 0.7275
V1084 Ara   |(abnormal ratio).
V1085 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 17.4043d [g0025].
V1088 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 41.191d [g0025].
V1090 Ara   |Period varies.
V1092 Ara   |Additional mode, P = 0.1688913d [g0025].
V1093 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 17.3010d [g0025].
V1094 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 73.332d [g0025].
V1095 Ara   |Additional mode, P = 0.1715296d [g0025].
V1096 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1097 Ara   |Double-periodic Blazhko effect, P1(Blazhko) = 15.4504d, P2(Blazhko)
V1097 Ara   |= 13.771d.
V1100 Ara   |Additional mode, P = 0.2002600d [g0025].
V1101 Ara   |Additional mode, P = 0.1783040d [g0025].
V1103 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 56.190d [g0025].
V1105 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 78.036d [g0025].
V1108 Ara   |Additional mode, P = 0.1730099d [g0025].
V1109 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1113 Ara   |Blazhko effect, P(Blazhko) = 8.52242d.
V1116 Ara   |Additional modes, P = 0.1924287d, P = 0.1955796d, P = 0.1984818d
V1116 Ara   |[g0025].
V1117 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1118 Ara   |Additional modes, P = 0.187836d and 0.19332d.
V1119 Ara   |According to [g0026], cluster non-member, in contradiction to Gaia
V1119 Ara   |DR2 proper motion.
V1121 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1124 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1126 Ara   |Cluster non-member.
V1133 Ara   |The Table presents the probable first-overtone period. P0 = 0.52d.
V1133 Ara   |Probable cluster non-member [g0023]. The suggested P0 gives P1/P0 =
V1133 Ara   |0.66, not typical of first-overtone and fundamental-mode pulsators
V1133 Ara   |[g0001].
V1143 Ara   |Chandra X-ray source.
V1144 Ara   |Chandra X-ray source.
V1146 Ara   |Optical counterepart of the millisecond pulsar PSR J1740-5340.
R     Ari   |H2O, OH maser.
T     Ari   |H2O, SiO maser. P varies strongly, current elements are given.
U     Ari   |SiO maser.
W     Ari   |A "missing BD star", no certain identification.
X     Ari   |P varies, current elements are given. [Fe/H] = -2.50.
RU    Ari   |OH, H2O maser.
RV    Ari   |Double-mode. P0 is given in the Table, P1 = 0.0719469d. Both
RV    Ari   |periods vary.
RW    Ari   |[Fe/H] = -1.16.
RX    Ari   |d = 0.02P. P varies, current elements are given.
RY    Ari   |H2O maser.
SS    Ari   |P varies, current elements are given.
SU    Ari   |A "missing BD star", identification uncertain.
SZ    Ari   |P varies, current elements are given.
TT    Ari   |Porb = 0.13755d. Usually near maximum brightness, occasional deep
TT    Ari   |fadings. Numerous photometric periods were reported. According to
TT    Ari   |[N0138], the star experiences alternating "negative superhump" (P =
TT    Ari   |0.13270 - 0.1398d) and "positive superhump" (P = 0.14840 -
TT    Ari   |0.14926d) intervals, with amplitudes of several tenths of a
TT    Ari   |magnitude. Quasiperiodic oscilations, flickering.
TU    Ari   |P varies, current elements are given.
TX    Ari   |P varies, current elements are given.
UU    Ari   |Multiperiodic.
UV    Ari   |Probably multiperiodic.
UX    Ari   |VB (0.4", 61{deg}, 1990.8). SB2, Porb = 6.43791d. Photometric
UX    Ari   |variations with a period close to Porb. Mean brightness varies.
VW    Ari   |Multiperiodic.
VY    Ari   |SB1, Porb = 13.20d.
WW    Ari   |VB (3"). Probably both components vary.
WX    Ari   |The elements are for eclipses. Flickering.
YY    Ari   |H2O, OH maser.
YZ    Ari   |OH maser.
AD    Ari   |According to [N0146], DSCTC pulsations with a period about 0.06d
AD    Ari   |can be also present.
BF    Ari   |Periodically variable brown dwarf.
BG    Ari   |Superhumps detected: P1 = 0.084897, P2 = 0.084683.
BI    Ari   |Multiperiodic.
BL    Ari   |Blazhko effect?
BQ    Ari   |VB A (A 10.9m; B 11.5m, 14", 19{deg}, 2000). The tabulated
BQ    Ari   |magnitudes are possibly affected by the companion.
BS    Ari   |VB (0.5", 104{deg}, 2001).
BU    Ari   |VB (0.4", 52{deg}, 2001); VB A (B 4", 61{deg}, 2001; C = BV Ari,
BU    Ari   |15", 23{deg}, 2001).
BV    Ari   |VB (0.4", 234{deg}, 2001); VB C (A = BU Ari; AC 15", 23{deg},
BV    Ari   |2001).
BX    Ari   |VB AB (1", 165{deg}, 2001).
CP    Ari   |VB A (B 7", 149{deg}, 1997).
CR    Ari   |Type ELL with the light elements Min = 2455181.6141 + 0.361849d x E
CR    Ari   |is also possible.
DN    Ari   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.547871d; P1/P0 = 0.7466.
DO    Ari   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.564048d; P1/P0 = 0.7455.
DP    Ari   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.492409d; P1/P0 = 0.7449.
DQ    Ari   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.480781; P1/P0 = 0.7441.
DS    Ari   |VB B (A 15.3mV, const, at the coordinates of 1SWASP
DS    Ari   |J022727.03+115641.7; B varies, AB 12", 309{deg}, 2000; C 17.3mV, AC
DS    Ari   |14", 348{deg}, 2000). The data in in [82030] are for combined
DS    Ari   |brightness. The magnitudes in the Table also seem to be somewhat
DS    Ari   |influenced with the companions.
DT    Ari   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.561570d; P1/P0 = 0.7455.
DV    Ari   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.481500d; P1/P0 = 0.7448.
gam   Ari   |VB A (B 4.65m, B9V, 8", 0{deg}).
tau 1 Ari   |VB AB (B 8.4m V, 0.7", 246{deg}, 1968).
R     Aur   |H2O, SiO maser. P varies, current elements are given.
T     Aur   |Eclipses: Min = 2452283.261 + 0.20437826d * E. The minima from
T     Aur   |0.10m to 0.28m deep in integrated light [03195].
U     Aur   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
Z     Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
RS    Aur   |Biperiodic, the second period is 168d [N0039].
RT    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
RU    Aur   |OH, SiO maser.
RV    Aur   |Mean magnitude probably varies with Pi = 10400d [01059].
RW    Aur   |VB ABC (1.4", 255{deg}, 1994; B 13.6m, K5, suspected in flare
RW    Aur   |activity; BC 0.12").
RX    Aur   |P varies [N0147]. Elements for 1990s are given in the Table. [Fe/H]
RX    Aur   |= -0.13.
RY    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
RZ    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
SS    Aur   |Porb = 0.1828d. Intervals of abnormal photometric behavior
SS    Aur   |(frequent low-amplitude outburts) occur sometimes.
ST    Aur   |VB A (B 14m, 7" sp).
SU    Aur   |OH maser.
SX    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
SY    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
SZ    Aur   |SiO maser.
TW    Aur   |The mean brightness varies with P = 1380d.
TZ    Aur   |[Fe/H] = -0.79.
UU    Aur   |Double-mode, also P = 235d.
UV    Aur   |A symbiotic Mira. Very variable heights of maxima. [NeIII] and
UV    Aur   |[OIII] emissions in the spectrum. VB A (B 10.96m, B9V, 3.4",
UV    Aur   |4{deg}). The B9V companion is apparently not hot enough to excite
UV    Aur   |the nebula.
UW    Aur   |Epoch of Min is given.
UY    Aur   |OH maser. VB AB (B 12m?, M2, 0.9", 228{deg}, 1999).
VW    Aur   |VB AB (9.0m, 11.8m V, 1.4", 332{deg}, 1976).
XX    Aur   |P varies? Current elements are given.
YZ    Aur   |SB.
AB    Aur   |Rare deep fadings.
AE    Aur   |The well-known "runaway star" from Ori OB1.
AH    Aur   |The depth of MinII is 0.50m.
AM    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
AO    Aur   |P varies? Current elements are given.
AP    Aur   |P varies, quadratic term 6.3398d*10^(-10)E^2. The depth of MinII is
AP    Aur   |0.51m.
AQ    Aur   |SiO maser.
AR    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given. Period variations are
AR    Aur   |possibly periodic, with a period of 25-27 years [N0158].
AW    Aur   |SiO maser.
AZ    Aur   |VB A (B 16.3m B, 4", 165{deg}, 1953).
BF    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
CG    Aur   |Apsidal motion? P(MinII)=1.8048647d.
CI    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
CL    Aur   |The depth of MinII is 0.32m Rc. P var. Quadratic term
CL    Aur   |+2.52d*10^(-10)E^2. Third body, P = 21.7 years.
CO    Aur   |The tabulated period is that of the first overtone; the second
CO    Aur   |overtone period is 1.427781d.
DN    Aur   |[Fe/H] = -0.46. VB A (B 7", 46{deg}, 2000).
EM    Aur   |P varies?
EP    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given. The depth of MinII is 0.22m.
EQ    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
ER    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
EW    Aur   |[Fe/H] = -0.6.
FF    Aur   |[Fe/H] = -0.3.
FP    Aur   |d = 0.08 P.
FS    Aur   |Porb = 0.059479d.
FZ    Aur   |A two times shorter period is also possible.
GX    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
HN    Aur   |The secondary period is about 1400d.
II    Aur   |MinII 15.0:.
IS    Aur   |VB A (B 15.4m, 18", 47{deg}, 1999). The tabulated range is for the
IS    Aur   |combined magnitude of the pair.
IU    Aur   |A well-documented light-time effect (P = 294.3d, the semi-amplitude
IU    Aur   |of the O-C residuals is 0.0059d) because of a third body on an
IU    Aur   |eccentric orbit. Precession causes changes of the brightness
IU    Aur   |amplitude: the amplitude of the MinI was observed to vary between
IU    Aur   |0.46m and 0.70m and that of MinII, between 0.37m and 0.55m. The
IU    Aur   |depths of minima reached their maximum values about JD 2445800 and
IU    Aur   |began to decrease [N0176].
KR    Aur   |Porb = 0.1628d.
KU    Aur   |P varies?
KW    Aur   |VB A (B 9.0m, 10", 9{deg}, 2004; C 7.3m, F4V+DA1, Porb = 2.99d,
KW    Aur   |14", 225{deg}, 1991). SB, Porb = 3.7886d. The pulsation period is
KW    Aur   |tabulated. Other pulsation harmonics: 0.096533d, 0.088243d. The
KW    Aur   |brightness varies with the orbital period.
KX    Aur   |In the nebula IC 405.
KY    Aur   |In the nebula IC 405.
LW    Aur   |VB A (B 17.5m, 9", 46{deg}, 1999).
LY    Aur   |d = 0.017P. VB A (B 9.154m Hp, 0.6", 253{deg}, 1991).
MN    Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
MT    Aur   |d = 0.02 P.
NQ    Aur   |VB A (B 12.8m, 17", 143{deg}, 1999).
NU    Aur   |Blazhko effect.
NV    Aur   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
NW    Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 1893.
NX    Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 1893.
OP    Aur   |In the region of the open cluster Stock 8.
OX    Aur   |VB A (B 10.2m, G5V(n), 22", 224{deg}, 1998). Multiperiodic. P0 is
OX    Aur   |tabulated. P1 = 0.115442d.
QT    Aur   |VB A (B 15.8mV, 10", 266{deg}, 2000).
QU    Aur   |VB A (B 6", 199{deg}, 1999).
QY    Aur   |SB2, Porb = 10.4265d.
QZ    Aur   |Eclipses outside the outburst: 16.98m - 18.95mV, Min = 2448555.1595
QZ    Aur   |+ 0.3574961d x E [N0193].
V0348 Aur   |VB A (B 12.8m V, 25", 222{deg}, 2007).
V0353 Aur   |The protoplanetary nebula "Red Rectangle". The star was brightening
V0353 Aur   |for several decades, between 1940s and 1970s.
V0356 Aur   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.15642d.
V0358 Aur   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2099.
V0361 Aur   |Multiperiodic, P = 273s is dominating.
V0373 Aur   |SiO maser.
V0382 Aur   |[Fe/H] = -1.6.
V0386 Aur   |[Fe/H] = -1.75.
V0387 Aur   |[Fe/H] = -1.40.
V0390 Aur   |VB (A 7.25m Hp; B 9.10m Hp, 0.4", 80{deg}, 1991). Accoring to
V0390 Aur   |[N0197], also exhibits flares with amplitudes up to 0.29m U.
V0394 Aur   |VB A (B F7V, 10.72m, 9", 209{deg}, 2007).
V0397 Aur   |SB1, Porb > 1000d.
V0398 Aur   |VB A (B 12.2m, 5", 82{deg}, 1958). Multiperiodic, P2 = 2.89404d.
V0403 Aur   |Porb = 83.1d.
V0404 Aur   |Porb = 0.1726d. Amplituda (Min II) = 0.28:.
V0410 Aur   |P varies, current elements are given.
V0411 Aur   |The HD catalogue identifies HD 32447 (K) with BD+30 775, which is
V0411 Aur   |V0411 Aur. In the HDE Atlas, V0411 Aur = HD 282867 (M0), and HD
V0411 Aur   |32447 (F2) is a different star.
V0424 Aur   |VB (0.25", 229{deg}, 1998).
V0431 Aur   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 1960.
V0432 Aur   |d = 0.03 P. One of the components probably pulsates.
V0433 Aur   |SB?
V0437 Aur   |The HIPPARCOS observations can be represented with several
V0437 Aur   |different periods, the tabulated one contradicts later
V0437 Aur   |observations.
V0440 Aur   |ADS 4443A (B 12.0mV, 14", 15{deg}, 2000).
V0462 Aur   |ADS 5582A (B 9.76m, 8", 210{deg}, 1991).
V0469 Aur   |VB B (A = V499 Aur; AB 25", 87{deg}, 1999).
V0490 Aur   |VB.
V0499 Aur   |VB A (B = V469 Aur, 25", 87{deg}, 1999).
V0501 Aur   |SB.
V0528 Aur   |SiO maser.
V0530 Aur   |SiO maser.
V0539 Aur   |In the open cluster M37 (NGC 2099). Probably non-member.
V0540 Aur   |In the open cluster M37 (NGC 2099).
V0541 Aur   |In the open cluster M37 (NGC 2099).
V0542 Aur   |In the open cluster M37 (NGC 2099). The depth of MinII is 0.3m.
V0543 Aur   |In the open cluster M37 (NGC 2099). The depth of MinII is 0.66m.
V0544 Aur   |In the open cluster M37 (NGC 2099). The depth of MinII is 0.31m.
V0545 Aur   |In the open cluster M37 (NGC 2099). Non-member?
V0546 Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 2166. Type RS with P = 1.64470d is
V0546 Aur   |possible.
V0547 Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 2166. Probably non-member.
V0548 Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 2166. Probably non-member.
V0549 Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 2166.
V0550 Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 2166.
V0551 Aur   |In the open cluster NGC 2166. {Delta} Scuti variations: amplitude
V0551 Aur   |0.05m, P = 0.12936d.
V0552 Aur   |The period is for small-amplitude variations, flickering is also
V0552 Aur   |observed; the combined amplitude of these variations is 0.03m.
V0560 Aur   |VB (A 9.2m; B 9.6m, 0.9", 37{deg}, 1991).
V0574 Aur   |VB A (B 15.0mV, 11", 72{deg}, 2000).
V0579 Aur   |VB A (B 15.4mV, 8", 133{deg}, 1999).
V0581 Aur   |Originally erroneously named FS Boo, at a wrong position.
V0584 Aur   |VB AB (10.1m, 11.4m, 0.5", 272{deg}, 2002).
V0603 Aur   |VB AB (5", 59{deg}, 1999).
V0608 Aur   |VB A (B 15.8m, 9", 118{deg}, 2000).
V0617 Aur   |VB AB (8.27mHp, 11.42mHp, 1.2", 184{deg}, 1991).
V0624 Aur   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
V0637 Aur   |VB A (B 11.6mV, 14", 286{deg}, 2007).
V0645 Aur   |MinII - MinI = 0.789: x P.
V0647 Aur   |Porb = 201min, Pspin = 1008.3408s or 930.5829s.
V0674 Aur   |P = 0.29779d is not excluded. Type EW, with periods 0.59563d or
V0674 Aur   |0.63533d, is also possible.
V0681 Aur   |Blazhko effect.
V0695 Aur   |Running numbers and USNO-B1.0 numbers in [81080] are mixed up;
V0695 Aur   |corrected by GCVS compilers.
V0696 Aur   |Running numbers and USNO-B1.0 numbers in [81080] are mixed up;
V0696 Aur   |corrected by GCVS compilers.
V0697 Aur   |VB A (B 6", 70{deg}, 1997).
V0698 Aur   |Eccentric binary. Running numbers and USNO-B1.0 numbers in [81080]
V0698 Aur   |are mixed up; corrected by GCVS compilers.
V0707 Aur   |O'Connell effect.
V0708 Aur   |O'Connell effect.
V0716 Aur   |MinII - MinI = 0.47P.
V0742 Aur   |DSCTC type with P=0.132695d is also possible.
V0744 Aur   |VB A (B 5", 9{deg}, 2000). P = 0.362922d is also possible.
V0746 Aur   |P = 0.086921d is also possible.
V0750 Aur   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.069397.
V0754 Aur   |P = 0.33285d is also possible.
V0765 Aur   |VB A (B 4", 91{deg}, 1997).
V0786 Aur   |VB A (B 3", 183{deg}, 1989).
V0790 Aur   |Type EW with a twice longer period is not excluded.
V0798 Aur   |VB A (12.4mV; B 14.7:mV, 7", 286{deg}, 1998).
V0803 Aur   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.05503008d, P3 = 0.04250400d.
V0808 Aur   |Eclipses: Min = 2455126.8960 + 0.081376d x E, range 17.8 - 21.4 V,
V0808 Aur   |D = 0.06P.
V0815 Aur   |VB A (B 16.5mpg, 5", 75{deg}, 2000).
V0817 Aur   |MinII - MinI = 0.32P.
V0823 Aur   |Secondary period P2 = 0.2980d.
V0829 Aur   |Possible BY variations outside flares: P = 1.04098d, 16.4m - 16.6m.
V0830 Aur   |VB A (B 6", 176{deg}, 2000). The range in the Table is for combined
V0830 Aur   |brightness.
V0837 Aur   |VB A (B 13.4m, 19", 94{deg}, 2000; C 5", 281{deg}, 2000).
V0838 Aur   |MinII - MinI = 0.330P.
V0839 Aur   |MinII - MinI = 0.438P.
V0841 Aur   |VB B (A 10.8mV; AB 16", 351{deg}, 2007).
V0849 Aur   |Two systems of eclipses. The Table presents the light elements for
V0849 Aur   |system A. MinII - MinI = 0.52P. System B: MinI = 2455968.3398 +
V0849 Aur   |0.806931 x E; D = 0.14P.
V0856 Aur   |VB A (B 13.3m, 17", 345{deg}, 1998).
V0860 Aur   |The data for 1SWASP J070953.45+364417.3 in [82030] are combined
V0860 Aur   |measurementss for a non-variable star (V = 12.8) near the SuperWASP
V0860 Aur   |position and the real variable.
V0861 Aur   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.555912d; P1/P0 = 0.7464.
bet   Aur   |VB A (C 14.1m, 13", 174{deg}, 1934).
eps   Aur   |d = 0.04 P. VB A (B 14.0m, 30", 225{deg}, 2008; C 11.3m, 43",
eps   Aur   |276{deg}, 2008; D 12.0m, 45", 316{deg}, 2008). Probably eclipses
eps   Aur   |are caused by a gas and dust disk. Besides eclipses, quasi-periodic
eps   Aur   |brightness variations with an amplitude of several tenths of a
eps   Aur   |magnitude and a cycle of 105 - 120 days (e.g., [N0204]). More rapid
eps   Aur   |variations were also reported.
zet   Aur   |D = 0.041P, d = 0.038P (varies?).
tet   Aur   |VB A (B 7.2m, 4", 306 {deg}, 2008).
psi 1 Aur   |P1 = 150 - 200d, P2 = 2000d.
R     Boo   |H2O maser.
V     Boo   |Biperiodic, P1 = 137d. A long-term amplitude decrease. SiO maser.
Z     Boo   |H2O, SiO, OH maser.
RS    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given. Possible Blazhko effect
RS    Boo   |periods: 533d, 58d, 62d [04832]. [Fe/H] = -0.36.
RU    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.50.
RX    Boo   |P2 = 304.7d, possibly P3 = 2692d. H2O, SiO, OH maser.
SS    Boo   |The depth of MinII is 0.1m, the distortion wave ampitude is up to
SS    Boo   |0.2m.
ST    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.76. Blazhko effect, Pi = 284d [07238].
SU    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
SV    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.55.
SW    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.12. P varies, current elements are given.
SZ    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.68.
TU    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
TV    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -2.44.
TW    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.46. P varies, current elements are given.
TX    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
TY    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
TZ    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given. Magnitudes in the minima
TZ    Boo   |vary, sometimes MinII becomes deeper than MinI.
UU    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
UW    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given. The depth of MinII is 0.1m
UW    Boo   |pg.
UY    Boo   |P varies.
VW    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
XY    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
AC    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given. The light curve shape varies.
AE    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.39.
AO    Boo   |P varies, the mean P is given.
AR    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
BE    Boo   |P varies?
BI    Boo   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5466.
BK    Boo   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5466.
BL    Boo   |V19 (NGC 5466), cluster member. [Fe/H] = -1.92. P varies.
BN    Boo   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5466.
BO    Boo   |Blazhko effect.
BR    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.03.
BU    Boo   |Blazhko effect?
BW    Boo   |MinII - MinI = 0.45P (1991).
BX    Boo   |VB A (B 9.6m, 35", 156{deg}, 2007).
CC    Boo   |z = 0.172.
CD    Boo   |z = 1.045.
CE    Boo   |Multiple.
CK    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given. The light curve shape varies.
CM    Boo   |[Fe/H] = -1.48.
DE    Boo   |Porb = 125.4d.
DM    Boo   |X-ray source.
DQ    Boo   |VB AB (A 9.64m; B 10.92m, 9", 151{deg}, 1991).
DU    Boo   |O'Connell effect.
EF    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
EQ    Boo   |MinII - MinI = 0.399P. VB AB (A 9.4m; B 10.1m, 1.3", 271{deg},
EQ    Boo   |2005).
FL    Boo   |VB AB (A 10.04m; B 10.37m, 7", 26{deg}, 1991).
FP    Boo   |P varies? Current elements are given.
FS    Boo   |Erroneously named at a wrong position because of a misprint. See
FS    Boo   |V0581 Aur.
GM    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
GN    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
GQ    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
GS    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
GV    Boo   |P varies, current elements are given.
GX    Boo   |Type DSCT with a twice shorter period is possible.
HK    Boo   |SB2.
HQ    Boo   |VB A (B 15.0mV, 24", 21{deg}, 1998). The tabulated amplitude can be
HQ    Boo   |influenced by the companion.
V0381 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.534137d; P1/P0 = 0.7457.
V0383 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.472061d; P1/P0 = 0.7439.
V0384 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.532235d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V0386 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.555941d; P1/P0 = 0.7457.
V0388 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.527220d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V0392 Boo   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2909421d; P(Blazhko) = 27.6d.
V0394 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478545d; P1/P0 = 0.7449.
V0395 Boo   |P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.345662d; P1/P0 = 0.7433.
V0396 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.536540d; P1/P0 = 0.7464.
V0397 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.506502d; P1/P0 = 0.7440.
V0398 Boo   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2645555d; P(Blazhko) = 14.1d.
V0399 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.492554d; P1/P0 = 0.7453.
V0401 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.493517d; P1/P0 = 0.7444.
V0403 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.564890d; P1/P0 = 0.7457.
V0405 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.546206d; P1/P0 = 0.7453.
V0407 Boo   |VB A (14.1mV; B 14.5mV, 22", 113{deg}, 1998).
V0411 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.476987d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
V0412 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.483115d; P1/P0 = 0.7444.
V0413 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.480226d; P1/P0 = 0.7440.
V0414 Boo   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.324200d; P(Blazhko) = 36.6d.
V0415 Boo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.552367d; P1/P0 = 0.7457.
gam   Boo   |VB A (A speckle binary, 0.07", 78{deg}, 1975, unresolved on several
gam   Boo   |other dates; B 12.7m, 48", 121{deg}, 1998).
kap 2 Boo   |Multiperiodic. VB A (B 6.69m, F2V, SB1, 14", 237{deg}, 2009).
ksi   Boo   |VB AB (4.73m, 7.04m, a = 4.9", Porb = 150 y).
i     Boo   |VB B (A = NSV 20241, 5.31m Hp, G0; B 6.09m Hp, a = 3.8", e = 0.43,
i     Boo   |Porb = 225 y); combined (A + B) magnitudes are tabulated. P varies
i     Boo   |strongly, current elements are given.
R     Cae   |SiO maser.
U     Cae   |[Fe/H] = -1.11. Blazhko effect?
V     Cae   |[Fe/H] = -2.00.
X     Cae   |Multiperiodic.
RR    Cae   |d = 0.02P.
RX    Cae   |Variability type and spectral type do not agree.
RZ    Cae   |VB (7.9m, 9.4m, 3", 222{deg}, 1993).
SX    Cae   |A twice shorter period is also possible.
U     Cam   |Triply periodic; other periods are 400d and 220d.
V     Cam   |H2O, SiO maser.
Y     Cam   |P varies, current elements are given. According to [N0223], MinI =
Y     Cam   |2424443.4806 + 3.30552340d x E + 0.1564d x sin(0.011052{deg} x E +
Y     Cam   |225.8{deg}) + 0.0452d x sim(0.022105 x E + 65.49{deg}). Superposed
Y     Cam   |are pulsations with an amplitude up to 0.07m and P = 0.066457537d.
Z     Cam   |Porb = 0.2898406d.
RR    Cam   |Biperiodic; the other period is P0 = 223d.
RS    Cam   |Triply periodic; other periods are 160d and 966d.
RT    Cam   |H2O maser.
RU    Cam   |[A/H] = 0.9. P varies. An unusual CWA variable with a carbon
RU    Cam   |spectrum. In 1965, the star has abruptly changed the character of
RU    Cam   |its variations, from nearly-regular, large-amplitude ones to mostly
RU    Cam   |chaotic, with much smaller amplitude, sometimes decreasing to
RU    Cam   |nearly zero.
RV    Cam   |Multiperiodic. VB (0.07", 222{deg}, 1995) from speckle
RV    Cam   |interferometry.
RX    Cam   |SB, Porb = 1114d.
RY    Cam   |VB (0.1", 350{deg}, 1997) from speckle interferometry.
RZ    Cam   |[Fe/H] = -1.01.
SS    Cam   |d = 0.06P. P varies, current elements are given.
ST    Cam   |Triply periodic; other periods are 202d and 1580d.
SU    Cam   |P varies, mean elements are given. Period variations have a
SU    Cam   |possible period somewhat longer than 40 years.
SZ    Cam   |ADS 2984B (A 6.93m; AB 18", 305{deg}, 2008). A very complex
SZ    Cam   |multiple star; for component identifications see [N0228]. In the
SZ    Cam   |open cluster NGC 1502. P varies, current elements are given.
TW    Cam   |[Fe/H] = -0.8.
TX    Cam   |VB A (B 16.6mpg, 8" nf). SiO maser.
UU    Cam   |P varies, current elements are given.
UY    Cam   |[Fe/H] = -1.33.
WW    Cam   |MinII - MinI = 0.495P.
XX    Cam   |Only one deep minimum near JD 2429632. No strong IR excess. P =
XX    Cam   |36:d in maximum [N0230].
AF    Cam   |Porb = 0.2306d.
AG    Cam   |SiO maser.
AH    Cam   |VB A (B 14.32m, 7", 35{deg}, 1999). P varies, current elements are
AH    Cam   |given. Blazhko effect with P = 11.0d [00232].
AK    Cam   |P varies, current elements are given.
AL    Cam   |P varies, current elements are given.
AO    Cam   |P varies, current elements are given.
AS    Cam   |d = 0.02P. DII = 0.06P. MinII - MinI = 0.437P. Long-period apsidal
AS    Cam   |motion. Third body, P = 805d. According to [N0236], pulsations with
AS    Cam   |P = 0.913d and amplitude 0.02m are observed outside minima.
AX    Cam   |VB (Porb = 6.644y, a = 0".554, e = 0.660).
AY    Cam   |d = 0.02P.
BD    Cam   |SB1, Porb = 596d.
BL    Cam   |Multiperiodic; P varies [N0237].
BM    Cam   |SB1, Porb = 80.1745d, e = 0.35.
BT    Cam   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.0079d, other periods.
BW    Cam   |H2O, OH maser.
BX    Cam   |H2O, SiO, OH maser.
BY    Cam   |Other detected periods: 7.3d; 145d.
BZ    Cam   |In a nebula.
CE    Cam   |SB?
CH    Cam   |The central star of the planetary nebula NGC 1501. Multiperiodic.
CI    Cam   |A single strong outburst in 1998. According to [N0245],
CI    Cam   |multiperiodic pulsations are observed outside the outburst, the
CI    Cam   |dominating periods being 0.41521d and 0.26647d. Porb = 19.407d.
CL    Cam   |SB1, Porb = 20.8d.
CM    Cam   |SB1, Porb = 3770d.
CS    Cam   |VB A (B 8.22m, 2", 164{deg}, 1991). doubt which of the components
CS    Cam   |varies.
CV    Cam   |VB AB (9.80m, 10.84m, 4", 44{deg}, 1991).
CZ    Cam   |The detected semiregular variations are not typical of the spectral
CZ    Cam   |type.
DL    Cam   |VB A (B 6.96m, 10", 308{deg}, 1991).
DM    Cam   |VB AaAb (7.82m, 8.10m, 0".1, 170{deg}, 1991).
FH    Cam   |Alternatively, can be a pulsating star with a twice shorter period.
FT    Cam   |Porb = 0.074990d.
GS    Cam   |VB A (8.39mJ, Sp C; B 12.09mJ, 23", 219{deg}, 2000). There remains
HT    Cam   |Porb = 0.060d.
IQ    Cam   |Biperiodic. Second periodicity: P = 0.3248d.
LL    Cam   |SiO maser.
LQ    Cam   |SiO maser.
LS    Cam   |Porb = 0.143d.
LU    Cam   |Porb = 0.15d.
LW    Cam   |Porb = 0.06754658d.
MM    Cam   |Chromospherically active giant, slow photometric variations.
MU    Cam   |The orbital period is tabulated. The spin period from photometry is
MU    Cam   |0.01374127d.
MW    Cam   |Biperiodic, P2 = 0.1282d.
NR    Cam   |O'Connell effect.
V0524 Cam   |Distortion wave: P = 0.499464d.
V0525 Cam   |Distortion wave: P = 0.461208d.
V0534 Cam   |MinII - MinI = 0.545P.
V0542 Cam   |Multiperiodic. P1 is presented in the Table; P0 = 0.174773d. VB A
V0542 Cam   |(11.70mV; B 13.55mV, 17", 191{deg}, 1999).
V0549 Cam   |MinII - MinI = 0.543P. O'Connell effect.
V0565 Cam   |VB A (B 14.9mF, 7", 139{deg}, 2000); the amplitude in the Table is
V0565 Cam   |too low because of the companion.
V0588 Cam   |Period varies.
V0602 Cam   |Type SR with P = 92d is not excluded.
V0609 Cam   |VB B (A 11.7m; AB 26", 239{deg}, 2000; C 14.2m, AC 38", 302{deg},
V0609 Cam   |2000).
V0610 Cam   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.47921d6; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
R     Cnc   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
S     Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe). P varies?
T     Cnc   |SiO maser.
U     Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
V     Cnc   |VB A (B 13.7m, 9", 276{deg}, 2002).
W     Cnc   |H2O, SiO maser.
X     Cnc   |Other periods suspected. SB?, Porb = 491.4:d.
Y     Cnc   |Blazhko effect.
RS    Cnc   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 128.760d. H2O, SiO maser.
RW    Cnc   |Blazhko effect periods: 29.9d, 91.1d [02088]. [Fe/H] = -1.67.
RY    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe). P varies,
RY    Cnc   |current elements are tabulated.
SS    Cnc   |[Fe/H] = -0.07.
SW    Cnc   |P varies?
SY    Cnc   |Porb = 0.38d.
SZ    Cnc   |SiO maser.
TT    Cnc   |P varies, current elements are tabulated. Blazhko effect, P =
TT    Cnc   |89.3d. [Fe/H] = -1.57.
TU    Cnc   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
TX    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe). P varies, current elements
TX    Cnc   |are tabulated.
TY    Cnc   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
UV    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
VZ    Cnc   |P2 = 0.142804d. Beat period: 0.716292d.
WW    Cnc   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
WY    Cnc   |VB A (B+C 12.5m; B 25", 356{deg}, 1998; C 28", 1{deg}, 1998). P
WY    Cnc   |varies, current elements are tabulated.
XX    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
YZ    Cnc   |Porb = 0.0868d.
AC    Cnc   |Physical variations, additional minima were reported.
AE    Cnc   |VB A (B 15.5m, 11", 18{deg}, 2000).
AF    Cnc   |Blazhko effect, P = 27.23d.
AG    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67). SB2, Porb =
AG    Cnc   |2.823094d.
AH    Cnc   |P varies, quadratic term +1.56d x 10^(-10) x E^2. In the open
AH    Cnc   |cluster NGC 2682 (M 67), probable member.
AK    Cnc   |Porb = 0.0651d.
AN    Cnc   |[Fe/H] = -1.45.
AO    Cnc   |P varies?
AP    Cnc   |Blazhko effect?
AR    Cnc   |The period tabulated is for eclipses that occur, in quiescence,
AR    Cnc   |from the V = 18.7 level.
AS    Cnc   |[Fe/H] = -1.89.
AT    Cnc   |Surrounded with a filamentary nebula, which is presumably a Nova
AT    Cnc   |remnant.
AU    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
AV    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
AW    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
AX    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
AY    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
AZ    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BB    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BC    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BD    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BE    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BF    Cnc   |VB A (B 16.7mV, 9", 37{deg}, 2000). Blazhko effect?
BG    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BM    Cnc   |SB, Porb = 585.4154d.
BN    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe). Multiperiodic.
BO    Cnc   |P2 = 270d.
BQ    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. SB2. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BR    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BS    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BT    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BU    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BV    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BW    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BX    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BY    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
BZ    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CC    Cnc   |Porb = 0.07352d. In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632
CC    Cnc   |(Praesepe).
CD    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CE    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CF    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CG    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CH    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CI    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CK    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CL    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CM    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CN    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CO    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CP    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CR    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CS    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
CU    Cnc   |VB A (B = CV Cnc, 10", 348{deg}, 2001, common proper motion). In
CU    Cnc   |the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe), non-member.
CU    Cnc   |Eclipses: 11.67 - 11.82V, MinII 11.75V, D = 0.03P, Min =
CU    Cnc   |2450208.5068 + 2.771468d x E [N0335].
CV    Cnc   |VB Bab (0.8", 200{deg}, 2006; A = CU Cnc, AB 10", 348{deg}, 2001,
CV    Cnc   |common proper motion). In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632
CV    Cnc   |(Praesepe), non-member.
CW    Cnc   |H2O maser.
CY    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DD    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DF    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe), non-member?
DG    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe), non-member?
DH    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DI    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DK    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DL    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DM    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DN    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DO    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DP    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DQ    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe), non-member?
DR    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DS    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe), non-member?
DT    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DU    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DY    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
DZ    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
EE    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
EG    Cnc   |Porb = 0.05997d.
EH    Cnc   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
EI    Cnc   |VB AB (1.4", 77{deg}, 2005).
EL    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
EM    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
EN    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
EO    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
EP    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. In the region of the open cluster NGC 2632
EP    Cnc   |(Praesepe).
EQ    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
ER    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
ES    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
ET    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
EU    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
EV    Cnc   |O'Connell effect. A blue straggler in the open cluster NGC 2682 (M
EV    Cnc   |67).
EW    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. A blue straggler in the open cluster NGC 2682 (M
EW    Cnc   |67).
EX    Cnc   |Multiperiodic. A blue straggler in the open cluster NGC 2682 (M
EX    Cnc   |67).
EY    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
FL    Cnc   |Multiperiodic.
FM    Cnc   |Blazhko effect?
FN    Cnc   |Blazhko effect, P = 50.3d?
FP    Cnc   |VB A (B 12.3mV, M3, 14", 240{deg}, 2004).
FV    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe). SB2, Porb = 2.981781d.
GS    Cnc   |VB A (12.5mV; B 12.7mV, 10", 267{deg}).
GY    Cnc   |Eclipses of different depth, from all all outburst brightness
GY    Cnc   |levels. The light elements for eclipses are tabulated.
GZ    Cnc   |Porb = 0.08825d.
HI    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2632 (Praesepe).
HK    Cnc   |Multiperiodic.
HM    Cnc   |Two white dwarfs on a very-short-period orbit.
HN    Cnc   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
HO    Cnc   |VB AB (9.62m, 9.76m, 3", 1{deg}, 2011).
HP    Cnc   |VB AB (9.91m, 10.09m, 1.4", 168{deg}, 2010).
HQ    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67), non-member.
HR    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HS    Cnc   |The light curve shape varies. In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HT    Cnc   |Porb = 1.358766d. In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HU    Cnc   |SB1, Porb = 18.396d. In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HV    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HW    Cnc   |SB2, Porb = 10.05525d. In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HX    Cnc   |SB, Porb = 2.66059. In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HY    Cnc   |In the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
HZ    Cnc   |Multi-mode pulsations at a time scale of hours.
IO    Cnc   |P varies?
KK    Cnc   |VB (the NW component varies). Superhumps: P = 0.060818d.
KQ    Cnc   |Blazhko effect?
KV    Cnc   |Blazhko effect, P = 42d:.
KZ    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
LN    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67). Type RRC with a
LN    Cnc   |twice shorter period is also possible.
LO    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67), probably
LO    Cnc   |non-member.
LP    Cnc   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2682 (M 67).
LT    Cnc   |Pulsations at a timescale of about an hour. SB, Porb = 6.1163d.
LV    Cnc   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.0025d. SB, Porb = 0.0567d. Cataclysmic
LV    Cnc   |spectrum.
MR    Cnc   |Pulsates in the first overtone (see Table) and fundamental (Max =
MR    Cnc   |2454701.537 + 0.536525d x E) modes. P1/P0 = 0.7462.
MY    Cnc   |Double-mode, with a radial and a none-radial modes excited. The
MY    Cnc   |second light elements: Max = 2454700.652 + 0.281995d x E. P2/P1 =
MY    Cnc   |0.9824.
NN    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478318d; P1/P0 = 0.7448.
NP    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.498566d; P1/P0 = 0.7449.
NU    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.472146d; P1/P0 = 0.7432.
NW    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.481136d; P1/P0 = 0.7446.
OO    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.505835d; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
PR    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.482865d; P1/P0 = 0.7450.
PS    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478487d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
PU    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.489181d; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
PW    Cnc   |VB A (B = NEXT STAR IN THE LIST, 12", 171{deg}, 1997).
PX    Cnc   |A twice longer period is not excluded. VB B (A = PREVIOUS STAR IN
PX    Cnc   |THE LIST; AB 12", 171{deg}, 1997).
QQ    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.483002d; P1/P0 = 0.7441.
QU    Cnc   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.542956d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
kap   Cnc   |SB, P = 6.39616d.
R     CVn   |OH, SiO maser.
U     CVn   |OH, H2O maser.
V     CVn   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 186d. OH, H2O, SiO maser.
W     CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.22. P varies, current elements for 1999 are tabulated.
W     CVn   |Quadratic elements: Max = 2421402.421 + 0.55175963d x E -0.4156d x
W     CVn   |10^{-10}E^2 [N0347].
Y     CVn   |Multiperiodic, other periods: 273d, 160d.
Z     CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.98. P varies, elements valid after 1999 are tabulated.
Z     CVn   |Blazhko effect, P = 22.75d.
RR    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.08.
RS    CVn   |d = 0.033P. P varies, current elements are tabulated. Distorsion
RS    CVn   |wave: {Delta}(m) from 0.09m to 0.20m, P = 4.7917d [07209].
RU    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.38. P varies, current elements are tabulated.
RV    CVn   |V141 (M3 = NGC 5272), cluster non-member. P varies, current
RV    CVn   |elements are tabulated.
RX    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.31.
RZ    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.84. P varies, current elements are tabulated.
SS    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.37. P varies? Blazhko effect?
ST    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.07.
SV    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -2.20. P varies, current elements are tabulated.
SW    CVn   |P varies, quadratic term +2.0334d x 10^{-10}E^2. [Fe/H] = -1.53.
TX    CVn   |Porb = 199.0:d.
UU    CVn   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5466. P varies, current
UU    CVn   |elements are tabulated. Blazhko effect?
UV    CVn   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5466; cluster non-member.
UV    CVn   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
UW    CVn   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5466.
UZ    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.89. P varies, current elements for Hipparcos
UZ    CVn   |observations are tabulated.
VW    CVn   |P varies, current elements for 1999 are tabulated. The light curve
VW    CVn   |shape varies?
WW    CVn   |Blazhko effect.
WY    CVn   |V205 (M3 = NGC 5272).
WZ    CVn   |V206 (M3 = NGC 5272). Blazhko effect, P = 25.4d?
XX    CVn   |V113 (M3 = NGC 5272).
XY    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -2.03.
XZ    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.46. P varies strongly, elements for JD 2455939 -
XZ    CVn   |2456462 are tabulated.
YY    CVn   |P varies strongly, elements for JD 2455939 - 2456462 are tabulated.
AA    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.78.
AC    CVn   |Blazhko effect.
AD    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.39. VB A (B 16.0mV, 10", 147{deg}, 1998).
AF    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.19.
AG    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -2.01.
AH    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.93.
AI    CVn   |Multiperiodic.
AK    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.62.
AM    CVn   |Multiperiodic; also Min = 2448742.5610 + 0.011906623d x E
AM    CVn   |(presumably orbital variations) and other periods. The tabulated
AM    CVn   |period (double wave) can be interpreted as positive superhumps.
AM    CVn   |Often considered a system of two white dwarfs.
AN    CVn   |[Fe/H] = -1.54.
AP    CVn   |VB A (13.6mV; B 13.9mV, 23", 183{deg}, 2000).
AQ    CVn   |A probable field horizontal-branch star. A single strong
AQ    CVn   |brightening, about 20 minutes duration, was observed.
BD    CVn   |Blazhko effect?
BF    CVn   |VB A (B = NSV 6039, 13.16m, dM3.5e, 16", 226{deg}, 1991). Flares in
BF    CVn   |the combined light of the pair ({Delta} U up to 0.95m) were
BF    CVn   |observed [02195].
BG    CVn   |Multiperiodic. Also P = 780s (0.00903d), etc.; different periods
BG    CVn   |dominate at different times.
BI    CVn   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
BM    CVn   |SB, Porb = 20.625d. Somewhat different periods were observed during
BM    CVn   |different seasons of observations.
BN    CVn   |P varies, quadratic term +1.7372d x 10^{-10}E^2.
BO    CVn   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
CH    CVn   |SB.
CP    CVn   |SB.
CS    CVn   |HIPPARCOS data are in contradiction with the M0V spectral type.
CU    CVn   |Multiperiodic.
CX    CVn   |VB (A 9.5mHp, B 13.2mHp, 1.3", 308{deg}, 1991).
DD    CVn   |Multiperiodic.
DE    CVn   |EA-like in U and B light, EB at longer wavelengths. Amplitude
DE    CVn   |decreases with wavelength.
DG    CVn   |VB ({Delta}(mK) = 0.16m, 0.17", 253{deg}, 2000).
DK    CVn   |The light curve shape varies strongly.
DN    CVn   |P varies strongly [00001].
DY    CVn   |P varies, current elements are tabulated. VB A (B 15m, 5",
DY    CVn   |250{deg}, 1998).
DZ    CVn   |Blazhko effect.
EF    CVn   |P varies?
EG    CVn   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
EI    CVn   |P varies?
FL    CVn   |Blazhko effect?
FT    CVn   |Blazhko effect.
FV    CVn   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
GP    CVn   |Light elements for eclipses: Min = 2453796.248245 + 0.062959041d x
GP    CVn   |E [81139].
GR    CVn   |The Table presents the period of first-overtone pulsations; P0 =
GR    CVn   |0.486651d. P1/P0 = 0.7443.
HK    CVn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478824d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
HL    CVn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.555276d; P1/P0 = 0.7462.
HM    CVn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.526289d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
HP    CVn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.479250d; P1/P0 = 0.7446.
HQ    CVn   |Strong O'Connell effect.
HS    CVn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.531760d; P1/P0 = 0.7451.
HU    CVn   |The mean brightness slowly varies by about 0.1mV. The depths of
HU    CVn   |MinI and MinII are about 0.1mV.
HV    CVn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.514168d; P1/P0 = 0.7450.
HX    CVn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.513224d; P1/P0 = 0.7452.
alf 2 CVn   |Epoch of Max is tabulated. VB A (2.81mHp; B 5.86mHp, 19", 229{deg},
alf 2 CVn   |1991).
R     CMa   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
Y     CMa   |SiO maser.
Z     CMa   |Speckle interferometry: VB (0.1", 305{deg}, 1993).
RR    CMa   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
RT    CMa   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
RX    CMa   |P varies.
RZ    CMa   |P varies? Current elements are tabulated.
SS    CMa   |P varies? Current elements are tabulated.
SW    CMa   |MinII - MinI = 0.31P. e = 0.32.
SY    CMa   |VB A (companions: 7", 156{deg}; 14", 270{deg}, 1994).
TT    CMa   |SiO maser.
UU    CMa   |P varies, current elements are tabulated.
UZ    CMa   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 38.4d.
VY    CMa   |In the region of the young open cluster NGC 2362. Embedded in a
VY    CMa   |reflecting nebula. ADS 6033 A; numerous companions are probably
VY    CMa   |details of the nebula. H2O, OH, SiO maser.
AO    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Ruprecht 18.
AS    CMa   |d = 0.04P.
BG    CMa   |VB (5", 20{deg}, 1999). The variable is probably the southern
BG    CMa   |component.
BQ    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2354.
CE    CMa   |MinII - MinI = 0.663P.
CG    CMa   |VB A (B 16m, 4", 261{deg}, 1999).
CN    CMa   |[Fe/H] = 0.0.
CV    CMa   |Currently, MinII - MinI = 0.46P. Apsidal motion.
DL    CMa   |OH maser.
DM    CMa   |No red star near the published position. Cataclysmic? [00001].
DS    CMa   |VB A (B 15.8m, 9", 320{deg}, 1998).
DZ    CMa   |The elements for fundamental mode are tabulated. P1 = 1.64495d.
EW    CMa   |VB (4.920mHp, 5.394mHp, 0.131", 324{deg}, 1991). SB, P = 0.261975d.
EW    CMa   |Shell events. BCEP-like variations, P = 0.0918d [N0367]. Other
EW    CMa   |reported periods: about 20d [N0366], 1.2572d [N0367].
EY    CMa   |Multiperiodic.
EZ    CMa   |SB. In the ring nebula S308. In the region of the open cluster
EZ    CMa   |Collinder 121. P2 = 1.18d was possible in 1988.
FF    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 132a.
FN    CMa   |VB (A 5.685mHp; B 7.042mHp, 0.571", 116{deg}, 1991; C 9.0mV, B6V,
FN    CMa   |18", 350{deg}, 2011). The range in the table is for the A+B pair.
FN    CMa   |Associated with the nebula vB 95. The period needs confirmation.
FR    CMa   |VB (A 5.55mV; B 9.7mV, 4", 23{deg}, 2003).
FU    CMa   |VB Aab (6.52m, 0.1", 337{deg}, 2010; B 11,07m, 14", 232{deg},
FU    CMa   |1999).
FV    CMa   |VB AB (5.7mV, 7.7mV, 0.1", 11{deg}, 2012).
FZ    CMa   |In the HII region S 295.
GG    CMa   |In the open cluster Cr 132a.
GU    CMa   |VB AB (7.03m, 7.70m, 0.6", 198{deg}, 1991). In the HII region S
GU    CMa   |293.
HK    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2287.
HL    CMa   |Probably related to XM variables. The X-ray source 1E 0643.0-1648.
HL    CMa   |Lx/Lopt is from 0.002 to 1. Porb = 0.2145d.
HN    CMa   |Multiperiodic.
HP    CMa   |Several possible periods or cycles were reported. VB A (B 8.21m,
HP    CMa   |5", 220{deg}, 1999).
HQ    CMa   |VB A (B 13.0m, 9", 220{deg}, 1999).
HW    CMa   |Orbital eccentricity e = 0.500.
II    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Be 33.
IK    CMa   |In the open cluster Be 33.
IL    CMa   |Pulsation periods (unstable) of 1.19d and 1.28d were reported.
IU    CMa   |VB (6.85m, 8.15m, 0.8", 156{deg}, 1991).
IY    CMa   |VB (5.86mV, 7.60mV, 1.2", 43{deg}, 1999).
KL    CMa   |Apsidal motion. MinII = 2448.171.228 + 1.762168d x E. VB A (B
KL    CMa   |10.47m, 21", 43{deg}, 2011).
KQ    CMa   |VB A (B 11.29mV, 7", 42{deg}, 1999).
KY    CMa   |Mean brightness varies with P2 = 493d.
LT    CMa   |Apsidal motion. MinII = 2448389.445 + 1.759503d x E.
LX    CMa   |P = 4.362d according to [HIP].
MX    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2362.
NN    CMa   |Semiperiodic bursts (P = 210d).
NO    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 140.
NQ    CMa   |VB (9.9mV, 13.2mV, 5", 64{deg}, 1999).
NS    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2243.
NT    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2243.
NU    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2243.
NV    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2243.
NW    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2243.
NX    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2243.
PX    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Tombaugh 2.
PY    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Tombaugh 2.
PZ    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Tombaugh 2.
QQ    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Tombaugh 2.
QR    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Tombaugh 2.
QS    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster Tombaugh 2.
QT    CMa   |VB A (B 9", 252{deg}, 2000).
QU    CMa   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2354.
QX    CMa   |Type EW is also possible. In the open cluster NGC 2362.
V0347 CMa   |VB A (B 13.5m, 8", 92{deg}, 1998). The tabulated magnitude at
V0347 CMa   |maximum is influenced by the companion.
V0350 CMa   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.7750d. VB A (6.332mHp; B 8.895mHp, 18",
V0350 CMa   |144{deg}, 1991).
V0356 CMa   |VB AB (2", 22{deg}, 2001; C 10.8m, 14", 116{deg}, 1999).
V0367 CMa   |Superposed variations with an amplitude up to 0.5m and a period of
V0367 CMa   |89d.
V0377 CMa   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0388 CMa   |VB (9.1m, 9.1m, 3", 330{deg}, 1991). MinII - MinI = 0.61P.
V0400 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2204.
V0401 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2204.
V0402 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2204.
V0403 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2204.
V0404 CMa   |P varies, dP/dt = -0.47 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0406 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2243.
V0407 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2243.
V0408 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2243.
V0409 CMa   |Type EW with a twice longer period is also possible. In the open
V0409 CMa   |cluster NGC 2243.
V0410 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2243.
V0411 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2243.
V0412 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2243.
V0413 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2243.
V0415 CMa   |VB A (B 9.3m, 9", 335{deg}, 1999).
V0416 CMa   |P varies, dP/dt = 0.27 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0422 CMa   |In the open cluster NGC 2362.
V0432 CMa   |MinII - MinI = 0.53P.
V0436 CMa   |The data for 1SWASP J061236.44-281553.0 in [82030] are combined
V0436 CMa   |measurements for a non-variable star (V = 14.8m) near the SuperWASP
V0436 CMa   |position and the real variable.
V0441 CMa   |Multiperiodic.
V0442 CMa   |Multiperiodic.
V0445 CMa   |MinII - MinI = 0.56P.
V0450 CMa   |MinII - MinI = 0.73P.
V0451 CMa   |For SRD light elements, see the Table. Eclipses: Min = 2453707.98 +
V0451 CMa   |8.2958d x E, amplitude 0.2m.
bet   CMa   |Multiperiodic.
iot   CMa   |Non-radial pulsations?
tau   CMa   |VB Aa, Ab (4.89mV, 5.33mV, 0.1", Porb = 154.9d; B 10.2mV, 9",
tau   CMa   |93{deg}, 2002; C 11.2mV, 14". 87{deg}, 2002; E 9.7mV, Ab-E 0.9",
tau   CMa   |88{deg}, 2012).
ome   CMa   |P = 1.3719d in radial velocities was reported.
S     CMi   |SiO maser.
U     CMi   |Often shows double-peaked maxima, the second peak being usually
U     CMi   |brighter.
X     CMi   |{Delta} S = 3.
Y     CMi   |Blazhko effect.
RX    CMi   |MinII - MinI = 0.52:P. The light elements need improvement.
SY    CMi   |P varies.
XZ    CMi   |P varies, current elements are given in the Table.
YZ    CMi   |Quasi-periodic BY variations: 11.12 - 11.38mV, P = 2.7774d [00001].
AA    CMi   |[Fe/H] = -0.14.
AG    CMi   |P varies, current elements are given in the Table.
AH    CMi   |VB A (B 14.7m, 10", 120{deg}, 2000).
AI    CMi   |OH, H2O maser.
AL    CMi   |[Fe/H] = -0.85.
AM    CMi   |P varies, current elements are given in the Table.
AW    CMi   |P = 1.04d/N is possible.
BB    CMi   |O'Connell effect.
BG    CMi   |Intermediate polar. The orbital period is presented in the Table.
BG    CMi   |Spin period: 0.010572993d (varies).
BH    CMi   |O'Connell effect.
BI    CMi   |Multiperiodic.
BM    CMi   |VB A (B 14,5m, 7', 68grad, 2000).
BO    CMi   |Several episodes of outburst-like activity.
BU    CMi   |MinII - MinI = 0.37P.
DE    CMi   |Multiperiodic.
DL    CMi   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
DO    CMi   |Multiperiodic. P0 is tabulated. P1 = 0.14862d, P2 = 0.11908d, P3 =
DO    CMi   |0.11617d.
DR    CMi   |MinII - MinI = 0.669P.
DY    CMi   |Superhumps: P = 0.060750d.
Y     Cap   |H2O maser.
RU    Cap   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
RV    Cap   |[Fe/H] = -1.61. Blazhko effect, P = 231.66d.
RW    Cap   |P varies, current elements are given.
RX    Cap   |[Fe/H] = -0.30.
RY    Cap   |VB B (A 7.9mV; AB 7", 89{deg}, 1991). Mira classification [01731]
RY    Cap   |seems improbable, no red stars around.
SY    Cap   |Superhumps: P = 0.063759d.
TW    Cap   |P varies, the Table presents current elements. [Fe/H] = -1.20.
TY    Cap   |P varies, the Table presents current elements.
UW    Cap   |P varies?
VV    Cap   |Blazhko effect?
VX    Cap   |[Fe/H] = -1.0.
WY    Cap   |Blazhko effect?
YZ    Cap   |[Fe/H] = -1.06.
AN    Cap   |[Fe/H] = -1.1:.
AS    Cap   |Porb = 49.137d.
AV    Cap   |Porb = 9.3464d.
AW    Cap   |Posc = 10.8 minutes.
AZ    Cap   |VB (2.2", 140{deg}).
BB    Cap   |VB (a = 0.14", Porb = 1.933 years).
BC    Cap   |P2 = 57d.
BM    Cap   |VB AB (9.68m, 9.84m, 6", 141{deg}, 2000).
BN    Cap   |VB AB (8.90m, 9.00m, 2", 89{deg}, 2013). Probably the fainter
BN    Cap   |component varies.
BY    Cap   |Porb = 13.17d.
BZ    Cap   |VB A (B 9", 346{deg}, 1998; C 8", 154{deg}, 1998).
CR    Cap   |The first-overtone period is tabulated. P0 = 0.47302d.
CR    Cap   |{Delta}(m)1/{Delta}(m)0 = 1.5.
DF    Cap   |Multiperiodic.
DM    Cap   |Porb = 0.2215d.
DO    Cap   |Period varies strongly.
DQ    Cap   |Blazhko effect [81005].
R     Car   |H2O, SiO maser. VB A (B 11.3m, 1.8", 140{deg}, 1978).
Y     Car   |The elements for the fundamental mode are given in the Table (A =
Y     Car   |0.58m). The first overtone: P1 = 2.5596d (A = 0.28m). P1/P0 =
Y     Car   |0.7032. [Fe/H] = -0.33. SB (P = 1006.9d). VB A (B 12.22m, 12",
Y     Car   |47{deg}, 2000; C 12.96m, 34", 33{deg}, 2000).
RR    Car   |S6.5/1-.
RT    Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 15.
RY    Car   |VB A (B 14.1m, 14", 149{deg}, 1997).
SU    Car   |SiO maser.
SZ    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3114.
UX    Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2581.
VV    Car   |In the region of the open cluster C 1036-589, embedded in a nebula.
VY    Car   |VB A (B 11.1m, 10.5", 153{deg}, 2000).
WZ    Car   |P varies, the Table gives elements for 2451887 - 2455188.
YZ    Car   |P varies, the Table gives elements for 2450541 - 2453024. SB, Porb
YZ    Car   |= 657.3d.
AE    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3532.
AG    Car   |The central star of the planetary nebula PK 289-00 1.
AW    Car   |d = 0.015P.
AY    Car   |VB A (B 13.2m, 12", 182{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes in the Table
AY    Car   |were influenced by the companion.
BC    Car   |SiO maser.
BL    Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 16.
BO    Car   |VB A (B 11.6m, B8III, 14", 42{deg}, 1998). In the region of the
BO    Car   |association Tr 15; non-member.
BP    Car   |In the region of nebulae around Eta Carinae. The elements were
BP    Car   |derived from ASAS-3 data, where the magnitudes are for a blend of
BP    Car   |three stars.
BS    Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
BX    Car   |Double maxima.
CD    Car   |In the central region of the open cluster Cr 236.
CF    Car   |VB A (B 12.3m, 20", 88{deg}, 2000; C 7.5", 110{deg}, 2000). In the
CF    Car   |region of the open cluster NGC 3496.
CG    Car   |Several close companions.
CH    Car   |VB A (B 8", 194{deg}, 2000).
CI    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3572. Several close
CI    Car   |companions; the magnitudes in the Table were influenced by them.
DF    Car   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
DH    Car   |VB (4.5", 99{deg}, 2000). It is unclear which component varies. A
DH    Car   |star with V = 13.2m in 14", 159{deg} and several other close
DH    Car   |neighbors.
DM    Car   |d = 0.040P.
DN    Car   |A close blend of several components.
DP    Car   |d = 0.034P.
DU    Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
DW    Car   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 228.
EE    Car   |VB A (B 5", 316{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes of the Table were
EE    Car   |probably influenced with the companion.
EG    Car   |VB (12.0mV, 13.4mV, 6", 280{deg}, 2000; also other companions). It
EG    Car   |is unclear which component varies. In the region of the open
EG    Car   |cluster NGC 3532.
EH    Car   |VB (13.1mV, 13.7mV, 8", 317{deg}, 2000; also other companions). It
EH    Car   |is unclear which component varies.
EK    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3632.
EM    Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.57P; apsidal motion? In the region of the open
EM    Car   |cluster Tr 18.
EQ    Car   |d = 0.030P.
ER    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3532.
ES    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3572.
EV    Car   |P2 = 820d.
EY    Car   |The Table presents the fundamental-mode period. P1 = 2.036d.
FK    Car   |VB A (B 7", 237{deg}, 2000).
FO    Car   |VB A (B 14m, 6", 90{deg}, 2000).
FQ    Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 18.
FS    Car   |In the region of the open cluster C1036-589.
FU    Car   |VB A (11.2mV; B 11.6mV, 23", 305{deg}, 2000).
FV    Car   |VB A (B 8", 59{deg}, 1998).
FY    Car   |The mean brightness varies, P = 1036: days.
GG    Car   |VB (8.88mHp, 11.58mHp, 0.3", 289{deg}, 1991). SB, Porb = 31.030d.
GG    Car   |Photometry shows a single wave during the orbital period. Gas and
GG    Car   |dust envelope.
GH    Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 18.
GI    Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 19.
GK    Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 19.
GL    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3572. Apsidal motion, P =
GL    Car   |25.22 years. The elements in the Table are for the primary minimum
GL    Car   |(JD 2454410 - 2455168). For the same time interval, MinII =
GL    Car   |2454860.770 + 2.4223075d x E.
GM    Car   |In the region of the open cluster C1036-589.
GN    Car   |VB A (A 14.4mV, B 14.4mV; AB 14", 42{deg}, 2000).
GR    Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.316P. DII = 0.05P.
GV    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3512.
GZ    Car   |The Table presents the light elements for the fundamental mode.
GZ    Car   |First overtone: Max = 2443259.6 + 2.933762d x E. P1/P0 = 0.7054.
HH    Car   |VB A (B 11.1m, 13", 337{deg}, 2000; C 12.2m, 6", 254{deg}, 2000; D
HH    Car   |12.6m, 16", 11{deg}, 2000).
HK    Car   |VB A (B 13.4mHp, 2", 91{deg}, 1991).
HM    Car   |Multiple.
HP    Car   |VB A (B 9.5m, 0.4", 177{deg}, 2010). The Table gives combined
HP    Car   |magnitudes of the pair.
HQ    Car   |P varies?
HR    Car   |Associated with a nebula.
HT    Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2581.
HU    Car   |VB B (A 13.2mV, B 13.6mV; AB 13", 116{deg}, 2000).
HV    Car   |d = 0.025P.
HX    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3532.
IK    Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
IN    Car   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
IQ    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3532.
IR    Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3532.
IU    Car   |[Fe/H] = -1.85. P varies, the elements in the Table are for JD
IU    Car   |2454090 - 2455166.
IW    Car   |Shorter-period oscillation: {Delta} V = 0.4m. Longer-period
IW    Car   |oscillation: P = 1400d.
IX    Car   |In a nebula.
KK    Car   |SiO maser.
MP    Car   |VB A (14.0mV; B 15.7mV, 12", 190{deg}, 2000).
MZ    Car   |VB B (A 12.9mV, B 13.8mV; AB 15", 147{deg}, 2000).
NO    Car   |VB A (B 3" sf).
OY    Car   |The cycle in the Table is for superhumps. Eclipses: Min =
OY    Car   |2443993.553839 + 0.0631209239 x E [N0394], D = 0.05P. The depth of
OY    Car   |Min varies.
PU    Car   |Blended.
QU    Car   |Porb = 0.450d - 0.456d. Brightness variations sometimes reveal the
QU    Car   |same period.
QX    Car   |MinII = 2453630.997 + 4.47793d x E. DII = 0.11P.
QY    Car   |SB1, P = 8.6d. In the region of the open cluster C 1010-577.
QZ    Car   |Unresolved system of two SB1 stars, A (Porb = 20.73596d) and B
QZ    Car   |(eclipsing), combined magnitudes are given in the Table. In the
QZ    Car   |open cluster Collinder 228 and Eta Carinae nebula.
V0338 Car   |Ellipsoidal variations 9.19m - 9.48m; the narrow eclipse starts
V0338 Car   |from the level of 9.40m.
V0341 Car   |In the variable reflecting nebula IC 2220. In the region of the
V0341 Car   |open cluster NGC 2516.
V0343 Car   |SB, Porb = 133.92d.
V0345 Car   |SB, Porb = 1.13028d.
V0348 Car   |In the open cluster IC 2581.
V0356 Car   |In the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0357 Car   |SB, P = 6.74483d.
V0361 Car   |In the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0365 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3532.
V0370 Car   |In a nebula. In the region of the open cluster NGC 3324. SB2.
V0372 Car   |Second period 0.124151d.
V0373 Car   |In the open star cluster NGC 2516.
V0374 Car   |In the open star cluster NGC 2516.
V0375 Car   |P = 0.359d is also possible.
V0378 Car   |Multiperiodic. In the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0379 Car   |In the open cluster NGC 3293. Crowded.
V0380 Car   |In the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0381 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293. The light elements in
V0381 Car   |the Table are for eclipses. Pulsations: {Delta} V = 0.06m, P =
V0381 Car   |0.1773d [N0397].
V0382 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3532.
V0384 Car   |The mean brightness varies, P = 790d.
V0385 Car   |In the ring nebula RCW 58. SB1.
V0391 Car   |In the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0392 Car   |In the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0395 Car   |VB A (B 6", 144{deg}, 2000).
V0399 Car   |In the open cluster IC 2581.
V0400 Car   |Multiperiodic. In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0401 Car   |Multiperiodic. In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0402 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0403 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0404 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0405 Car   |Multiperiodic. In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0406 Car   |Multiperiodic. In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0407 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0408 Car   |VB (4") or multiple. The magnitudes in the Table are for combined
V0408 Car   |brightness. In the HD catalog, the spectral type is K0.
V0409 Car   |Photometric Prot is given in the Table. Oscillations: P = 12.6 min
V0409 Car   |[68057].
V0410 Car   |In the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0412 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0416 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0417 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0418 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0419 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0420 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0421 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0422 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0424 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3114.
V0425 Car   |OH, SiO maser.
V0426 Car   |VB (A 10.5m; B 13m, 9", 198{deg}, 2000; C 13m, 8", 264{deg}, 2000;
V0426 Car   |D 14m, 5", 238{deg}, 2000); combined brightness in the Table. SB1,
V0426 Car   |P = 43.5d.
V0428 Car   |VB A (B 13", 276{deg}, 2000, Comp. A VB, 0.6", 135{deg}, 1991).
V0429 Car   |In a nebula.
V0432 Car   |In a ring nebula.
V0433 Car   |Multiperiodic.
V0434 Car   |OH, SiO maser.
V0436 Car   |Porb = 0.1497d.
V0438 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0439 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0440 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0441 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0442 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3496. Crowded.
V0450 Car   |VB A (B 6.8m, 1.4", 86{deg}, 1997); one of the components is SB,
V0450 Car   |Porb = 340d.
V0460 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0466 Car   |Apsidal motion. MinII = 2448036.284 + 3.455887d x E.
V0467 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.62P.
V0470 Car   |VB Aab (7.61mHp, 9.79mHp, 0.1", 42{deg}, 2015).
V0486 Car   |O'Connell effect.
V0487 Car   |The mean brightness varies with a cycle about 780d.
V0491 Car   |The mean Hipparcos magnitude is 9.69mHp. Const at 8.93mV? [00001].
V0493 Car   |Apsidal motion. MinII = 2447947.768 + 3.22937 x E.
V0498 Car   |Type BE: is also possible.
V0499 Car   |Possible periods: 0.081566d, 4.98753d.
V0513 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0514 Car   |Porb is given in the Table. Pulsations: P = 4.655d.
V0519 Car   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 228. In a nebula.
V0523 Car   |P = 0.9155d is also possible.
V0526 Car   |VB A (B 10.6m, 23", 153{deg}, 2000).
V0527 Car   |VB AB (9.15m, 11.83m, 1", 230{deg}, 1991).
V0529 Car   |Apsidal motion. MinII = 2448159.970 + 4.74449d x E.
V0530 Car   |VB A (B 14.0m, 1.4", 355{deg}, 1944; C 14.2m, 4", 169{deg}, 1944; D
V0530 Car   |12.3m, 19", 176{deg}, 2000).
V0531 Car   |VB A (B 13.0m, 16", 189{deg}, 1998).
V0533 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3572a.
V0534 Car   |Flare-like activity.
V0542 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0543 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0544 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0545 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0546 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0547 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0548 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0549 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0550 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0551 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0552 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0553 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0554 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0555 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0556 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0557 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0558 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0559 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0560 Car   |Apsidal motion.
V0561 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0562 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0563 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0564 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0565 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0566 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0567 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0568 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0569 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0570 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0571 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2602.
V0572 Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 16 and Eta Car nebula.
V0572 Car   |Eclipses are in the O7V+O9.5V pair; for the B0.2IV star, Porb =
V0572 Car   |285.1d or 1340.5d is possible [77090].
V0573 Car   |In the region of the open cluster Trumpler 16.
V0574 Car   |VB A (B 4"p). Almost monotonic brightening for 12 years.
V0583 Car   |VB A (B 15m, 14", 286{deg}, 2000).
V0601 Car   |A cycle of about 70d is sometimes superposed.
V0606 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.583P.
V0607 Car   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2516.
V0610 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.26P.
V0613 Car   |VB A (companion B of comparable brightness, 16", 0{deg}, 2000). The
V0613 Car   |magnitudes in the Table were inflienced by the companion.
V0621 Car   |VB A (B 14.6m, 12", 347{deg}; C 15.2m, 5", 27{deg}, 2000).
V0627 Car   |VB A (B 13.5mpg, 22", 18{deg}, 1998).
V0638 Car   |VB A (B 15.1mpg, 6", 27{deg}, 2000).
V0645 Car   |VB A (B 11.6m, 15", 54{deg}, 2000).
V0652 Car   |VB A (B 13.2m, 10", 55{deg}, 1997; other companions).
V0653 Car   |VB A (B 14.4m, 10", 285{deg}, 2000).
V0654 Car   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 223.
V0655 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.38P.
V0656 Car   |Blended.
V0660 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula. VB A (B 10.8m, 21", 206{deg}, 1998), the
V0660 Car   |tabulated magnitude at maximum can be influenced.
V0661 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.65P. In the Eta Carinae nebula. VB A (B 12.5m,
V0661 Car   |12", 158{deg}, 2000).
V0662 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula. In the region of the open cluster NGC
V0662 Car   |3372.
V0674 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.29P. Multiple (faint companions).
V0675 Car   |VB A (B 12.2mR, 6", 20{deg}, 1996). The magnitudes in the Table are
V0675 Car   |for combined brightness.
V0680 Car   |VB B (A 7.74m, A0V; AB 17", 238{deg}, 1998).
V0681 Car   |The Table presents light elements for eclipses. Pulsations: P =
V0681 Car   |0.214292d, amplitude about 0.03m.
V0684 Car   |VB AB (A 9.03m; B 10.70m, 4", 188{deg}, 1941).
V0701 Car   |P0 is tabulated, P1 = 2.869. VB AB (11.44m, 11.66m, 0.9", 1991).
V0706 Car   |The mean brightness varies with a cycle about 1900d.
V0712 Car   |In the region of the open cluster Westerlund 2.
V0714 Car   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2581.
V0717 Car   |Besides variations with the tabulated period, a second EB
V0717 Car   |periodicity is revealed, P2 = 1.110270d, with amplitudes 0.20m
V0717 Car   |(primary) and 0.15m (secondary).
V0718 Car   |Besides variations with the tabulated period, a second EW
V0718 Car   |periodicity is revealed, P2 = 0.388607d, with amplitudes of both
V0718 Car   |minima about 0.1m.
V0720 Car   |VB B (A 10.15m; B 16", 53{deg}, 1991).
V0721 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0722 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0723 Car   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 14. In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0724 Car   |VB A (B 13.2m, 4", 80{deg}, 1934).
V0725 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.15P. In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0726 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0727 Car   |VB B (A 10.4m; AB 12", 51{deg}, 2000).
V0728 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0729 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0730 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula.
V0731 Car   |In the Eta Carinae nebula. In the region of the open cluster Tr 16.
V0731 Car   |VB A (B 9.61m, 27", 2{deg}, 1991; C 9.64m, 15", 195{deg}, 1991).
V0734 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.44P.
V0742 Car   |VB A (B 1"p).
V0750 Car   |SB3.
V0754 Car   |SB3.
V0777 Car   |VB A (B 5"sp).
V0786 Car   |Outside eclipses, sinusoidal variations, full amplitude 0.0035m, P
V0786 Car   |about 0.23d [80369].
V0788 Car   |SB2, a triple system.
V0790 Car   |SB2, a triple system.
V0802 Car   |Mean brightness varies. VB A (B 11.7m, 5", 222{deg}, 2000).
V0821 Car   |SB3.
V0829 Car   |In the open cluster Cr 240.
V0831 Car   |Possibly also an intrinsic variable.
V0835 Car   |SB2. SB2.
V0845 Car   |SB2. SB2.
V0846 Car   |Multiperiodic, 3 harmonics. Multiperiodic, 3 harmonics.
V0865 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.605P. MinII - MinI = 0.605P.
V0867 Car   |VB B (A 12.6mV; AB 4.5", 194{deg}, 2000). VB B (A 12.6mV; AB 4.5",
V0867 Car   |194{deg}, 2000).
V0869 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.45P. MinII - MinI = 0.45P.
V0887 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.445P. MinII - MinI = 0.445P.
V0889 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.370P. MinII - MinI = 0.370P.
V0890 Car   |A twice shorter period is also possible. A twice shorter period is
V0890 Car   |also possible.
V0899 Car   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table gives the fundamental-mode
V0899 Car   |elements. For the first overtone, P1 = 0.0858512d. P1/P0 = 0.7748.
V0899 Car   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table gives the fundamental-mode
V0899 Car   |elements. For the first overtone, P1 = 0.0858512d. P1/P0 = 0.7748.
V0901 Car   |Large scatter outside eclipses; intrinsic variability? Large
V0901 Car   |scatter outside eclipses; intrinsic variability?
V0911 Car   |Epoch of minimum brightness is given in the Table. Secondary
V0911 Car   |minimum at about 11.4m. P = 44.9d is superposed.
V0914 Car   |MinII - MinI = 0.90P.
eta   Car   |In the HII region NGC 3372, in the region of the open cluster Tr
eta   Car   |16. Multiple from speckle interferometry. Maximum brightness was
eta   Car   |observed in 1843. The bipolar Homunculus nebula was formed in the
eta   Car   |1843 event. Several periodicities were reported by different
eta   Car   |authors.
R     Cas   |VB A (B 14.5m, 14", 273{deg}). SiO, OH maser; OH, H2O, SiO maser.
R     Cas   |VB A (B 13.2m, 22", 265{deg}, 2011; C 11.0m, 31", 318{deg}, 2011).
S     Cas   |SiO maser.
T     Cas   |SiO maser. Double maxima are often observed.
U     Cas   |S4.5/4e.
V     Cas   |SiO maser.
X     Cas   |P varies.
Y     Cas   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
Z     Cas   |SiO maser.
RV    Cas   |SiO maser.
RW    Cas   |P varies.
RX    Cas   |P varies, quadratic term +1.151d x 10^{-5} x E^2. The magnitude at
RX    Cas   |MinII varies between 9.12m and 9.49m.
RZ    Cas   |Irregular period variations, the Table presents current elements.
RZ    Cas   |The light curve shape varies.
SU    Cas   |Probable member of the open cluster Alessi 95. SB?
SV    Cas   |Biperiodic, P2 = 460d.
SX    Cas   |d = 0.04P. P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
SX    Cas   |Light curve shape varies. VB A (B 12.1m, 20", 249{deg}, 2015).
SY    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
SZ    Cas   |P varies, quadratic term +1.01d x 10^(-5) x E^2.
TU    Cas   |The Table presents the period of the fundamental mode. First
TU    Cas   |overtone: P1 = 1.51833.
TV    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Light curve
TV    Cas   |shape varies.
TW    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
TY    Cas   |H2O maser. P varies. P = 545.0d was reported for JD 2419200 -
TY    Cas   |2425000.
UV    Cas   |According to [N0230], pulsations with P = 40.2d at maximum with an
UV    Cas   |amplitude of 0.04m.
VV    Cas   |P varies. The light elements in the Table are valid after JD
VV    Cas   |2432500.
WY    Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
WZ    Cas   |Biperiodic, second period 187d.
ZZ    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents mean light elements.
AB    Cas   |The light elements in the Table are for eclipses. Pulsations: P =
AB    Cas   |0.05828649d [N0415], amplitude 0.04mV, associated with the primary.
AE    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
AH    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
AL    Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
AM    Cas   |Porb = 0.1649: days.
AO    Cas   |The shape of the light curve varies?
AR    Cas   |VB A (B 9.3m, 0.8", 356{deg}, 2002; other distant components).
AR    Cas   |MinII = 2435796.6429 + 6.0662969d x E. The period of the
AR    Cas   |apsidalmotion is about 1100 years.
AS    Cas   |VB A (B 15.2m, 9", 57{deg}, 2000). The light elements in the Table
AS    Cas   |are for the fundamental mode (amplitude 0.59m). First overtone: Max
AS    Cas   |= 2448510.5 + 2.155557d x E, amplitude 0.13m.
AX    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
AZ    Cas   |D = 110d, d = 88d = 0.026P.
BD    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Type DCEPS is
BD    Cas   |not excluded.
BE    Cas   |VB A (B Sp G, 14.8m, 19", 264{deg}, 2000).
BH    Cas   |VB A (B 13.5m, 10", 209{deg}, 2000). P varies, the Table presents
BH    Cas   |current light elements.
BM    Cas   |Variations outside eclipses with an amplitude from 0.1m to 0.2m at
BM    Cas   |time scales of 20d, 80-90d [N0421].
BS    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
BT    Cas   |SiO maser.
BY    Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 663. P varies, the Table
BY    Cas   |presents current light elements. Quadratic light elements: Max =
BY    Cas   |2431933.033 + 3.221494d x E + 2.251d x 10(^-7) x E^2 [N0256]. SB.
BZ    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
CE    CasA  |In the open cluster NGC 7790. VB A (B = CE Cas B, 2.4", 265{deg},
CE    CasA  |2002).
CE    CasB  |In the open cluster NGC 7790. VB B (A = CE Cas A; AB 2.4",
CE    CasB  |265{deg}, 2002).
CF    Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7790.
CG    Cas   |In the region of the open clusters Be 58 and NGC 7790.
CQ    Cas   |The slow variations are superposed with smaller-amplitude waves,
CQ    Cas   |110d to 250d long.
CR    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents provisional current light elements.
CR    Cas   |Contradictory spectral type information.
CW    Cas   |P varies (decreases systematically), the Table presents current
CW    Cas   |light elements. Depths of minima vary.
DD    Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
DF    Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 1027.
DI    Cas   |VB A (B 16.0mpg, 7", 190{deg}, 1995).
DK    Cas   |Close companions.
DL    Cas   |Member of the open cluster NGC 129. SB, Porb = 684.4d.
DQ    Cas   |In the region of the emission nebula NGC 7635.
DR    Cas   |In the region of the emission nebula NGC 7635.
DS    Cas   |In the region of the emission nebula NGC 7635.
DZ    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
EG    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
EI    Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
EM    Cas   |P varies. Amplitude varies strongly.
EP    Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
EU    Cas   |SiO maser.
EY    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
FN    Cas   |VB A (B 16.1m, 7", 51{deg}, 1990).
FO    Cas   |VB A (B 14.7m, 16", 304{deg}, 1992; other companions).
FV    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
GG    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
GH    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
GT    Cas   |d = 0.02P. P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
GX    Cas   |Superoutbursts: the cycle is about 386d. Porb = 0.08902d.
HN    Cas   |d = 0.038P.
HS    Cas   |Several close companions.
HT    Cas   |The light elements in the Table are for EA eclipses. 16.0 - 16.5mV
HT    Cas   |in quiescence outside eclipses. Rare superoutbursts and normal
HT    Cas   |outbursts during recent years.
HU    Cas   |P varies. VB A (B 16.1mpg, 7", 273{deg}, 1999).
HY    Cas   |P = 12.07d/n.
IR    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
IS    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
IT    Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.553P. Possible apsidal motion cycle: 404 years.
IT    Cas   |DSCTC pulsations of the secondary were suspected [N0426].
IV    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Probable third
IV    Cas   |body, P = 60 years [N0427]. Pulsations of the primary: P =
IV    Cas   |0.026545d, {Delta} m = 0.01mB [N0428].
IX    Cas   |P varies. SB, Porb = 110.29d.
KO    Cas   |VB A (B 13.6m, 24", 314{deg}, 1998).
KX    Cas   |VB C (A 13.0m, B 13.1m; AC 14", 76{deg}, 1998; BC 12", 264{deg},
KX    Cas   |1998).
KY    Cas   |VB A (A 15.8mV; B 15.9mV, 8", 245{deg}, 1998).
KZ    Cas   |VB A (B 18.1m, 7", 26{deg}, 1998).
LQ    Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
LW    Cas   |In the nebulosity associated with the open cluster IC 1848. Single
LW    Cas   |strong brightening in 1951 - 1952.
LX    Cas   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 33. MinII - MinI =
LX    Cas   |0.47P. dI = 0.10P.
LY    Cas   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 33. d = 0.03P.
MM    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Variations of
MM    Cas   |the primary reported in [N0432], with a combined-brightness
MM    Cas   |amplitude of 0.08m and P = 0.15d.
MO    Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635. 10.2 - 13.1mI.
MP    Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635. 10.4 - 13.5mI.
MR    Cas   |P varies?
MT    Cas   |d = 0.04P. P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
MU    Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.37P.
MW    Cas   |VB A (B 8", 75{deg}, 2000). The magnitude range in the Table is for
MW    Cas   |combined brightness.
MY    Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
NN    Cas   |VB A (B 9", 29{deg}, 2000; C 6", 238{deg}, 2000).
NT    Cas   |P varies?
NV    Cas   |d = 0.03P.
NX    Cas   |In an HII region.
OX    Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 381. The Table presents mean
OX    Cas   |light elements. Apsidal motion, P = 39.8 years [N0434].
PV    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Apsidal
PV    Cas   |motion, P = 92.9 years.
PZ    Cas   |VB A (B 12.8m, 12", 99{deg}, 2011). Biperiodic, P2 = 3195d.
QQ    Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
QX    Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7790. VB A (B 13.1m, 3").
QX    Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.38P.
QY    Cas   |[Fe/H] = -1.30.
V0341 Cas   |P varies, the elements in the Table are valid prior to JD 2440443.
V0346 Cas   |VB A (12.7mV; B 13.9mV, 15", 22{deg}, 1990).
V0348 Cas   |VB A (B 16.8m, 7", 65{deg}, 2000).
V0350 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0355 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0359 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0363 Cas   |P1 = 0.438243d.
V0365 Cas   |P varies, the period in the Table is for JD 2430000 - 2440000.
V0366 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0368 Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0373 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.58P. Peculiar light curve. Suspected apsidal
V0373 Cas   |motion.
V0375 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0377 Cas   |VB AB (8.11mV, 8.48mV, 2", 182{deg}, 1991).
V0381 Cas   |Apsidal motion? The Table presents current light elements for MinI.
V0384 Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0385 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0387 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0388 Cas   |Wolf 47. {mu} = 0.727" per year, p = 82.5{deg}. A
V0388 Cas   |common-proper-motion pair with BD +61{deg} 195 = Wolf 46 at an
V0388 Cas   |angular distance of 294".
V0389 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0392 Cas   |P varies?
V0398 Cas   |In the region of the emission nebula NGC 7635.
V0404 Cas   |[Fe/H] = -1.6:.
V0411 Cas   |P varies?
V0412 Cas   |VB A (B 15", 259{deg}, 2000).
V0424 Cas   |P = 3.09d/N.
V0425 Cas   |SB1, Porb = 0.14964d.
V0430 Cas   |VB A (B 17.7m, 6", 188{deg}, 1995).
V0442 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0444 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents mean light elements.
V0445 Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0450 Cas   |VB A (B 17.5:m, 3", 189{deg}, 1999). The range in the Table is for
V0450 Cas   |combined light.
V0452 Cas   |VB A (B 15.8m, 7", 160{deg}, 1998).
V0466 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457.
V0470 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents light elements for JD 2436200 -
V0470 Cas   |2450013.
V0471 Cas   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0473 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0480 Cas   |Red. LB: [00001].
V0482 Cas   |P = 0.28292d is also possible [05522]. No reliable periodic
V0482 Cas   |variations were detected in [00075]. VB Aab (7.8mV, 10.5mV, 0.4",
V0482 Cas   |90{deg}, 2008; B 9.9mV, 7", 190{deg}, 2015; C 10.5mV, 53", 9{deg},
V0482 Cas   |2008; D 15.0mV, 3", 113{deg}, 2008).
V0487 Cas   |P2 = 99.6d.
V0494 Cas   |The chart in [05849] is believed to be distorted.
V0495 Cas   |VB (3").
V0497 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster IC 1848.
V0498 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster IC 1848.
V0499 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster IC 1848.
V0509 Cas   |P2 = 299.2d; possibly P3 = 385.4d. Other authors report different
V0509 Cas   |periods.
V0518 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster Stock 2.
V0520 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current mean light elements.
V0521 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0523 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0524 Cas   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
V0526 Cas   |Multiperiodic; also P = 0.0526d.
V0528 Cas   |VB A (B 10.9mV, 15", 104{deg}, 2011).
V0530 Cas   |In the region of the emission nebula NGC 7635.
V0532 Cas   |VB B (A 9.8m; AB 24", 237{deg}, 2006). In the open cluster NGC
V0532 Cas   |7789.
V0533 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0536 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents light elements for JD 2441533 -
V0536 Cas   |2442016.
V0542 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0544 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0546 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 103.
V0547 Cas   |VB A (Aa, Ab 0.4", 222{deg}, 2014; B 12.2mV, 4", 182{deg}, 2013).
V0547 Cas   |The range in the Table is for combined magnitudes.
V0559 Cas   |VB AB (7.5m, 8.2m, 0.4", 71 {deg}, 2007). The range in the Table is
V0559 Cas   |for combined brightness.
V0563 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0566 Cas   |VB (5.70m, 8.07m, 1.5", 194{deg}, 2015). The range in the Table is
V0566 Cas   |for combined brightness.
V0568 Cas   |Possible Blazhko effect.
V0569 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0570 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0571 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0572 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0573 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0574 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0575 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0576 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0577 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0578 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0579 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0580 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0581 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0582 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0583 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0584 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0585 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0586 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0587 Cas   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
V0589 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 663.
V0592 Cas   |Porb = 0.112d. Variations with P = 0.0150d were reported in
V0592 Cas   |[N0451].
V0594 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 225.
V0597 Cas   |Not red.
V0600 Cas   |Not red.
V0601 Cas   |Not red.
V0603 Cas   |Not red.
V0604 Cas   |Not red.
V0606 Cas   |Not red.
V0608 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0612 Cas   |Not red enough for its variability type and spectral type.
V0614 Cas   |Not red enough for its variability type and spectral type.
V0615 Cas   |VB A (B 13.4m, 12", 166{deg}, 2003). Optical variations with the
V0615 Cas   |orbital period, radio outbursts with the same period. P2 about
V0615 Cas   |1670d was reported.
V0627 Cas   |H2O, SiO, OH maser.
V0628 Cas   |Several close companions reported. In a nebula with a complex
V0628 Cas   |structure.
V0629 Cas   |In the open cluster Stock 12.
V0630 Cas   |Very rare outbursts (1950, 1992, 2009). Porb = 2.56387d.
V0633 Cas   |H2O maser.
V0635 Cas   |Porb = 24.3d, Prot = 3.6s.
V0638 Cas   |VB Aa (Ab 10.52m, 0.6", 137{deg}, 2009; B 10.15m, 19", 48{deg},
V0638 Cas   |2007).
V0639 Cas   |VB A (6.52m; B 8.32m, 0.2", 34{deg}, 1998). The range in the Table
V0639 Cas   |is for combined brightness.
V0640 Cas   |VB (A 6.34mV; B 7.99mV, 1.4". 357{deg}, 2015; Porb = 106.8 years).
V0640 Cas   |B SB, P = 47.685d.
V0643 Cas   |Seems too white for a Cepheid [00001].
V0644 Cas   |Seems too white for a Cepheid [00001].
V0645 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457.
V0650 Cas   |VB AB (6.76mV, 7.76mV, 0.7", 319{deg}, 2011).
V0656 Cas   |OH, SiO maser.
V0657 Cas   |H2O, SiO maser.
V0662 Cas   |Porb = 11.59d, e = 0.16. X-ray flaring activity.
V0663 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V0664 Cas   |The central star of the planetary nebula HFG1.
V0665 Cas   |Optical pulsations at 285.6 MHz were reported. A 7-second X-ray
V0665 Cas   |pulsar. The star remains a doubtful variable with no reliable
V0665 Cas   |optical identification.
V0669 Cas   |H2O, SiO, OH maser.
V0702 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0709 Cas   |Pspin = 312.77s, Pbeat = 317.94s.
V0710 Cas   |A double IR source (6") in a nebula within a dark cloud. H2O maser.
V0711 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0712 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0713 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0714 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0715 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0716 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0717 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0718 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0719 Cas   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 185; a foreground object?
V0723 Cas   |Long-term variations: Max = 2450136 + 182d x E. Short-term
V0723 Cas   |variations (eclipses?): Min = 2450421.4405 + 0.63501d x E.
V0730 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0731 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0732 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0733 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0734 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0735 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0736 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0737 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789. O'Connell effect.
V0738 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789. VB A (B 2" sf).
V0742 Cas   |SB, Porb = 55.9233d.
V0745 Cas   |VB A (B 11.13m, 9.5", 85{deg}, 2012).
V0746 Cas   |VB AB (5.95m, 6.84m, 0.1", 94{deg}, 2007). Multiperiodic; P2
V0746 Cas   |=1.06502d, P3 = 0.83094d. SB, P = 25.44d.
V0747 Cas   |VB AB (7.67m, 7.87m, 0.15", 35{deg}, 1991). The variability may be
V0747 Cas   |due to the fainter component.
V0756 Cas   |VB AB (9.21m, 10.02m, 0.3", 159{deg}, 2008).
V0761 Cas   |VB AB (6.50m, 8.97m, 1.5", 262{deg}, 2007).
V0765 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457.
V0766 Cas   |VB AB (7.30m, 9.18m, 0.4", 90{deg}, 1998).
V0773 Cas   |VB AB (6.36m, 6.60m, 0.6", 332{deg}, 2010).
V0775 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.65P.
V0776 Cas   |VB AB (9.08m, 10.64m, 5", 136{deg}, 2011).
V0779 Cas   |VB AB (6.78m, 8.74m, 1.1", 9{deg}, 2007).
V0784 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V0791 Cas   |VB AB (7.85m, 11.09m, 3", 140{deg}, 1991).
V0798 Cas   |SB.
V0799 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.68P.
V0816 Cas   |VB AB (6.6mV, 10.8mV, 3", 277{deg}, 2009).
V0821 Cas   |Apsidal motion. MinII = 2447965.031 + 1.769720d x E.
V0823 Cas   |A triple-mode pulsating variable star. Resembles AC And. First
V0823 Cas   |overtone: see Table. Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.669001d. Second
V0823 Cas   |overtone: P = 0.410916d. Periods vary.
V0825 Cas   |The Table presents light elements for the fundamental mode. First
V0825 Cas   |overtone: Max = 2444825.50 + 2.65262d x E.
V0827 Cas   |P varies.
V0831 Cas   |Pulses with P about 8.7s in X-rays and in the optical range
V0831 Cas   |[N0471].
V0839 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7654. P = 0.816d is also possible.
V0840 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7654.
V0841 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7654.
V0842 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7654.
V0843 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7654.
V0849 Cas   |Between JD 2429100 and JD 2447087, brightness oscillated around
V0849 Cas   |ever increasing mean level.
V0861 Cas   |SiO maser.
V0865 Cas   |SiO maser.
V0868 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0869 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0874 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0875 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0876 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0877 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V0898 Cas   |Several companions.
V0923 Cas   |VB A (B 6", 353{deg}, 1999).
V0934 Cas   |VB A (B 14.7m, 14", 334{deg}, 1992).
V0947 Cas   |SiO maser.
V0969 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 654. MinII - MinI = 0.547P.
V0971 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 654.
V0972 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0973 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0974 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0975 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0976 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0977 Cas   |VB A (B 10.98m, 7", 38{deg}, 2015). In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0978 Cas   |VB B (A 9.04m; AB 9", 106{deg}, 2015). In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0979 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0980 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0981 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0982 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0983 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0984 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0985 Cas   |VB B (A 9.36m; AB 8", 69{deg}, 2015). In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0986 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 663.
V0987 Cas   |VB A (B 10.7m, 10", 329{deg}, 2000).
V0988 Cas   |VB AB (8.13mV, 10.7mV, 5", 181{deg}, 2003).
V0990 Cas   |Chromospherically active giant, photometric variations with the
V0990 Cas   |rotational period.
V1006 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V1012 Cas   |Multiperiodic. VB AB (7.42mV, 9.72mV, 0.1", 76{deg}, 2010).
V1018 Cas   |VB AB (10.4mV, 11.6mV, 2", 198{deg}, 2001). MinII - MinI = 0.41P.
V1022 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.67:P.
V1023 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1024 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1026 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V1027 Cas   |Intermediate polar. Porb = 0.16804d.
V1036 Cas   |VB AB (10.2mV, 10.1mV, 0.4", 91{deg}, 2009).
V1037 Cas   |Millisecond pulsar (Pspin = 1.7ms). Porb = 0.1024d. Several
V1037 Cas   |large-amplitude brightenings were observed.
V1038 Cas   |VB AB (10.7mV, 11.2mV, 0.7", 314{deg}, 1991).
V1054 Cas   |The tabulated variability range is distorted with GSC 03667-01557.
V1066 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.56P.
V1073 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1073 Cas   |radius.
V1074 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1074 Cas   |radius.
V1075 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1075 Cas   |radius.
V1076 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1076 Cas   |radius.
V1077 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1077 Cas   |radius.
V1078 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457.
V1079 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1079 Cas   |radius.
V1080 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1080 Cas   |radius.
V1081 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1081 Cas   |radius.
V1082 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, cluster non-member.
V1083 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1083 Cas   |radius.
V1084 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457.
V1085 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, cluster non-member.
V1086 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457.
V1087 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, cluster non-member.
V1088 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1088 Cas   |radius.
V1090 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, cluster non-member.
V1092 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1092 Cas   |radius.
V1093 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, cluster non-member.
V1095 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1095 Cas   |radius.
V1096 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1096 Cas   |radius.
V1097 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1097 Cas   |radius.
V1098 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457.
V1099 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1099 Cas   |radius.
V1101 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1101 Cas   |radius.
V1102 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1102 Cas   |radius.
V1103 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.531P.
V1104 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1104 Cas   |radius.
V1105 Cas   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 457, outside its tidal
V1105 Cas   |radius.
V1107 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V1110 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.710P.
V1111 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1112 Cas   |A twice longer period with minima of the same depth is possible.
V1113 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1114 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1115 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V1117 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1118 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1119 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1120 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1121 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1122 Cas   |VB B (A = NSV 00542, 7.3m; B 14", 143{deg}, 2007; 3 more
V1122 Cas   |components). In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1123 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581. MinII - MinI = 0.73P. P =
V1123 Cas   |6.006d is also possible.
V1124 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1125 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1126 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1127 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1129 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1130 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1132 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581. Multiperiodic.
V1133 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1134 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1135 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1136 Cas   |In the open cluster M 103 = NGC 581.
V1137 Cas   |Probable apsidal motion.
V1139 Cas   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Third body?
V1141 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.441P.
V1142 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 637.
V1143 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 637. Multiperiodic.
V1144 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 659.
V1145 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 659.
V1146 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 659.
V1147 Cas   |In the field of the open cluster NGC 659.
V1148 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 659.
V1149 Cas   |In the field of the open cluster NGC 659.
V1150 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 659.
V1151 Cas   |In the field of the open cluster NGC 663.
V1152 Cas   |In the field of the open cluster NGC 663.
V1153 Cas   |In the field of the open cluster NGC 663.
V1155 Cas   |VB A (A 11.1mV; B 13.2mV, 7", 120{deg}, 2012). In the field of the
V1155 Cas   |open cluster NGC 663.
V1156 Cas   |VB A (B 13.5mV, 12", 223{deg}, 2012). In the field of the open
V1156 Cas   |cluster NGC 663.
V1157 Cas   |In the field of the open cluster NGC 663.
V1160 Cas   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V1162 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.230P.
V1170 Cas   |In the open cluster IC 1848.
V1176 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.494P.
V1177 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.53P.
V1179 Cas   |VB A (B 13.8mV, 29", 323{deg}, 1999). The tabulated magnitudes can
V1179 Cas   |be distorted by the companion.
V1180 Cas   |In the dark cloud Lynds 1340.
V1183 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V1194 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V1196 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1197 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1198 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1199 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1200 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1201 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1202 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1203 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1204 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1205 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1207 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1208 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1209 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1210 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1211 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1212 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1213 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1214 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1215 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1216 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1217 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1218 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1219 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1220 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1221 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1222 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1223 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1224 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1225 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1226 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1227 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1228 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1229 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1230 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1231 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1232 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1233 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1234 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1235 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1236 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789. O'Connell effect.
V1237 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1238 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1239 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1240 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1241 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1242 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1243 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1244 Cas   |In the open cluster NGC 7789.
V1255 Cas   |Type RRC with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V1271 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.525P.
V1276 Cas   |The light curve shape varies.
V1277 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V1280 Cas   |Multiperiodic.
V1292 Cas   |P = 0.311336d is also possible.
V1293 Cas   |Oscillations outside MinI, amplitude 0.04mV, periods 0.12d and
V1293 Cas   |0.045d.
V1315 Cas   |Type DCEPS is also possible.
V1316 Cas   |VB B (A 14.3mV; AB 23", 165{deg}, 1998). The object 1SWASP
V1316 Cas   |J011732.10+525204.9, announced variable in [82030], is a blend of
V1316 Cas   |the non-variable component A near the SuperWASP position and the
V1316 Cas   |really variable component B.
V1345 Cas   |Type EW with a twice longer period is also possible.
V1355 Cas   |VB (companion: 6", 259{deg}, 1999).
V1378 Cas   |Type RRC with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V1386 Cas   |MinII - MinI = 0.465P.
bet   Cas   |SB, Porb = 27d.
gam   Cas   |VB A (B 10.9m, 2", 259{deg}, 2002). SB? In the HII region S 185. V
gam   Cas   |sin i = 310 km/s.
eta   Cas   |SB. VB A (B 7.4mV, 13", 324{deg}, 2015).
iot   Cas   |VB (Aa 4.63m, Ab 8.48m, 0.6", 42{deg}, 2010; B 6.92m, 3", 232{deg},
iot   Cas   |2015; C 9.05m, 7", 120{deg}, 2015). The range in the Table is for
iot   Cas   |combined brightness.
kap   Cas   |SB, Porb = 0.14035d.
omi   Cas   |SB1, P = 1033d. V sin i = 220 km/s.
rho   Cas   |Multiperiodic.
B     Cas   |Tycho Brahe's supernova. Maximum probably around November 15, 1572.
R     Cen   |H2O, SiO maser. VB A (B 11.2m, 27", 215{deg}, 2000). Double maxima,
R     Cen   |the elements in the Table are for the brighter maximum. P
R     Cen   |decreases, the Table presents current light elements.
V     Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5662.
X     Cen   |SiO maser.
Y     Cen   |H2O maser.
Z     Cen   |SN 1895B (NGC 5253).
RR    Cen   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
RT    Cen   |OH maser.
RX    Cen   |OH maser.
SV    Cen   |P varies, quadratic term in the light elements: -7.502d x 10^(-8) x
SV    Cen   |E^2.
SX    Cen   |P2 = 610d.
TW    Cen   |H2O maser.
UW    Cen   |VB A (B 13.6m, 23", 336{deg}, 2000). Variations between minima: P =
UW    Cen   |42.82d [N0488]. Associated with a faint nebula.
UZ    Cen   |VB A (B 13.5m, 3", 192{deg}, 1938). The Table presents the
UZ    Cen   |fundamental-mode period. First overtone: P1 = 1.355317d.
WX    Cen   |Epoch of Min is given. Variations with the orbital period plus
WX    Cen   |flickering.
XX    Cen   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. SB, Porb =
XX    Cen   |909.4d.
ZZ    Cen   |VB D (A 9.75m; B 11.1m, 8", 310{deg}, 1999; C = AA Cen, 12.2m,
ZZ    Cen   |9.5", 110{deg}, 1999; D 12.4m, 9.3", 257{deg}, 1999). In [00027],
ZZ    Cen   |ZZ Cen is called component C.
AA    Cen   |VB C (A 9.75m; B 11.1m, 8", 310{deg}, 1999; C 12.2m, 9.5",
AA    Cen   |110{deg}, 1999; D = ZZ Cen, 12.4m, 9.3", 257{deg}, 1999). In
AA    Cen   |[00027], AA Cen is called component D.
AB    Cen   |d = 0.06P.
AQ    Cen   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
AR    Cen   |VB A (B 13.2m, 18", 185{deg}, 2000; other companions).
AS    Cen   |VB AB (3", 199{deg}, 2000; there are other companions).
AZ    Cen   |SB.
BF    Cen   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3766.
BH    Cen   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2944. P varies, the Table
BH    Cen   |presents current light elements.
BI    Cen   |Blazhko effect, P = 79.4d. [Fe/H] = -0.83.
BK    Cen   |Fundamental mode: see Table, A0 = 0.54m. First overtone: P1 =
BK    Cen   |2.222967d, A1 = 0.22m. P1/P0 = 0.700.
BP    Cen   |P varies?
BV    Cen   |During half a century, time intervals between outbursts increase,
BV    Cen   |becoming about 1000d by 2008. Possibly a Nova resembling GK Per,
BV    Cen   |with the major outburst missed. Small-amplitude brightness
BV    Cen   |variations with Porb = 0.6096144d [05799].
BW    Cen   |VB A (B 14m, 19", 231{deg}, 2001).
DP    Cen   |VB (5", 52{deg}, 1999; other components). The range in the Table is
DP    Cen   |for combined brightness.
DU    Cen   |P = 1d/N.
DX    Cen   |Multiple. Closest companion: 14.0m, 10", 106{deg}, 2000. The
DX    Cen   |variability range in the Table was influenced by the companions.
DY    Cen   |Deep minima in 1897, 1901, 1924, 1929 [00030]. No recent deep
DY    Cen   |minima, gradual brightness decrease. SB1, Porb = 39.67d.
EL    Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.31P?
EU    Cen   |VB A (B 14m, 18", 91{deg}, 1997; other faint companions).
FN    Cen   |Smaller-amplitude variations with P2 = 136d are superposed.
GI    Cen   |V1 (NGC 5286).
GZ    Cen   |VB A (B 5", 303{deg}).
HN    Cen   |VB A (B 14m, 11", 175{deg}, 1999).
IL    Cen   |Superposed shorter-period, smaller-amplitude variations.
IX    Cen   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3766.
IY    Cen   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2944.
KO    Cen   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 164d.
KS    Cen   |[Fe/H] = -0.80.
KT    Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.47P. Apsidal motion.
KW    Cen   |Blazhko effect?
LN    Cen   |[Fe/H] = -1.89.
LU    Cen   |A twice longer period is also possible.
LW    Cen   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2944. In a nebula. ASAS-3 data
LW    Cen   |show change of brightness level: 9.2m - 9.3m before JD 2453250,
LW    Cen   |then 8.85m - 9.0m before 2454750, with subsequent gradual fading
LW    Cen   |[00001].
LX    Cen   |VB AB (6", 63{deg}, 2000).
MN    Cen   |VB A (8.82m; B 10.3m, 7", 145{deg}, 2010; other companions). The
MN    Cen   |magnitudes in the Table are for combined brightness.
MQ    Cen   |Multiple star. The magnitudes in the Table are for combined
MQ    Cen   |brightness.
MU    Cen   |Porb = 0.341883d.
NN    Cen   |VB A (B 16.4V, 3", 195{deg}, 1999, 2000; C 16.5V, 5",129{deg},
NN    Cen   |2000).
QR    Cen   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 5381.
QU    Cen   |VB B (A 12.0m; AB 9", 240{deg}, 2000).
QZ    Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V0339 Cen   |VB A (B 12.0m, 17", 238{deg}, 2000).
V0346 Cen   |Apsidal motion, P = 321yr. The Table presents light elements for
V0346 Cen   |MinI. MinII = 2444654.0485 + 6.3221513d x E. In the region of the
V0346 Cen   |open cluster Stock 14.
V0359 Cen   |Superoutbursts occur with intervals of 307 - 397d. Superhumps: P =
V0359 Cen   |0.08092d.
V0370 Cen   |SiO maser.
V0371 Cen   |Unusual light curve with a secondary minimum at phase 0.22P from
V0371 Cen   |Catalina data.
V0373 Cen   |VB A (B 5", 329{deg}, 1999).
V0378 Cen   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Max =
V0378 Cen   |2434025.452 + 6.459493d x E + 0.0000001723d x E^2 [N0497].
V0383 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.609P.
V0384 Cen   |DII = 0.08P. MinII - MinI = 0.65P.
V0419 Cen   |P varies, quadratic term -0.0000000475d x E^2.
V0420 Cen   |P varies, quadratic term -0.000090d x E^2.
V0436 Cen   |Porb = 0.0625d. The cycle of superoutbursts is about 300d.
V0441 Cen   |VB A (B 14.8mV, 9", 302{deg}, 2000; other companions).
V0443 Cen   |d = 0.02P.
V0458 Cen   |Strong Blazhko effect.
V0459 Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V0465 Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V0481 Cen   |Blazhko effect.
V0483 Cen   |Blazhko effect? P varies?
V0491 Cen   |Several close companions.
V0495 Cen   |d = 0.03P:.
V0496 Cen   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 4755.
V0499 Cen   |[Fe/H] = -1.43.
V0503 Cen   |Strong Blazhko effect.
V0504 Cen   |Occasional deep fadings, spectrum of a cataclysmic variable.
V0505 Cen   |VB A (B 15m, 20", 106{deg}, 1999).
V0507 Cen   |VB A (B 13m, 7", 210{deg}, 1996).
V0509 Cen   |VB (5", 276{deg}, 1999).
V0514 Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V0532 Cen   |Identification with the transient X-ray source 3A 1431-409 was
V0532 Cen   |suggested.
V0539 Cen   |VB A (B 13.6mF, 12", 172{deg}, 1999).
V0540 Cen   |VB (companion 14.8mF, 13", 109{deg}, 1999).
V0547 Cen   |VB A (B 5", 182{deg}, 1999).
V0549 Cen   |VB A (B 16m, 7", 126{deg}, 1999).
V0565 Cen   |Type RR with P = 0.238072 is also possible.
V0570 Cen   |Blazhko effect.
V0571 Cen   |VB A (B 13m, 22", 285{deg}, 2000; other components).
V0574 Cen   |VB A (B 4", 131{deg}, 2000); the Table presents combined
V0574 Cen   |magnitudes. Blazhko effect?
V0587 Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V0592 Cen   |The long-period, large-amplitude variations are superposed with
V0592 Cen   |faster variations, P = 41.7d, {Delta} m = 0.8m.
V0593 Cen   |In the region of the open cluster Stock 16.
V0594 Cen   |V133 (NGC 5139 = {omega} Cen); cluster non-member.
V0618 Cen   |OH maser.
V0619 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5319. Strongly blended; the range in the
V0619 Cen   |Table is for combined magnitudes.
V0622 Cen   |VB A (B 5", 77{deg}, 2000).
V0633 Cen   |Strong Blazhko effect?
V0639 Cen   |VB A (B 5", 234{deg}, 2000); the Table presents combined
V0639 Cen   |magnitudes.
V0643 Cen   |VB A (B 14m, 13", 158{deg}, 1999).
V0645 Cen   |Proxima Cen = {alpha} Cen C. Soft X-ray source. BY variations with
V0645 Cen   |a small amplitude; different authors report Prot from 31.5d to 42d.
V0646 Cen   |d = 0.02P.
V0654 Cen   |O'Connell effect.
V0659 Cen   |VB (0.63").
V0671 Cen   |[Fe/H] = -1.40.
V0672 Cen   |O'Connell effect.
V0674 Cen   |Blazhko effect, P = 46.5d:. [Fe/H] = -1.53.
V0687 Cen   |DII = 0.12P. MinII - MinI = 0.580P.
V0701 Cen   |VB A (A 9.32mHp; B 10.06mHp, A0-2V-IV, 1.3", 30{deg}, 1991). The
V0701 Cen   |magnitudes in the Table are for combined brightness.
V0723 Cen   |A twice longer period is possible.
V0727 Cen   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0729 Cen   |Blazhko effect.
V0734 Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V0747 Cen   |O'Connell effect.
V0748 Cen   |d = 0.08P. Long-term variations of the out-of-eclipse brightness
V0748 Cen   |between 10.36m and 11.2m.
V0752 Cen   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0755 Cen   |VB A (B 7", 31{deg}, 2000); combined magnitudes are given. Possible
V0755 Cen   |BY variations: 11.9 - 12.2mV, P = 80: d.
V0761 Cen   |SB.
V0764 Cen   |SB1.
V0766 Cen   |VB AaAb (7.31m, 7.70m, 0.1", 114{deg}, 1991; B 9.9m, 9", 318{deg},
V0766 Cen   |1998).
V0772 Cen   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2944.
V0778 Cen   |VB A (A 10.2mV; B 11.6mV, 21", 205{deg}, 2000).
V0779 Cen   |Cen X-3 = 4U 1119-603. The light elements are for MinI of the
V0779 Cen   |eclipsing variations. X-ray pulses: P = 4.834477s (epoch JD
V0779 Cen   |2442785.3) [07612]. The orbital period and the pulse period vary.
V0784 Cen   |Variations with P = 87.3d are sometimes superposed.
V0786 Cen   |Physical variations outside eclipses can be present.
V0790 Cen   |P varies? VB C (J 9.56m, 10", 62{deg}, 2000).
V0791 Cen   |V269 in the globular cluster NGC 5139 ({omega} Cen). Cluster
V0791 Cen   |non-member.
V0796 Cen   |VB AB (10.1m, 13m, 11", 171{deg}, 2000). The Table presents the
V0796 Cen   |combined magnitude.
V0801 Cen   |Optical brightness variations related to the disk of the Be star.
V0801 Cen   |Pulsar, P = 292s. X-ray outbursts, about 10d in duration, at
V0801 Cen   |periastron passages of the neutron star (Porb = 186.5d).
V0802 Cen   |Helium spectrum, virtually without hydrogen lines. Three brightness
V0802 Cen   |states, "high" (12.7m - 13.3m), "low" (about 17m), and "cycling"
V0802 Cen   |(13.4m - 14.5m, at least 50% of the time). Variations with P about
V0802 Cen   |22 hours in the "cycling" state, probably similar to outbursts of
V0802 Cen   |dwarf novae. In the "low" state, outbursts probably have a cycle
V0802 Cen   |about 5d. At all phases, variations with P about 1612
V0802 Cen   |seconds,possibly superhumps.
V0805 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.547P.
V0807 Cen   |VB AB (10.1m, 10.3m, 0.4", 258{deg}, 1931).
V0810 Cen   |In the open cluster Stock 14.
V0811 Cen   |Strongly blended.
V0813 Cen   |V65 in the globular cluster NGC 5139 ({omega} Cen). Cluster
V0813 Cen   |non-member.
V0814 Cen   |V78 in the globular cluster NGC 5139 ({omega} Cen). Cluster
V0814 Cen   |non-member.
V0815 Cen   |VB A (A 5.25mHp; B 7.96mHp, 1.3", 252{deg}, 1995). The range in the
V0815 Cen   |Table is for combined brightness.
V0816 Cen   |Multiperiodic.
V0820 Cen   |[Fe/H] = -1.72.
V0822 Cen   |Ellipsoidal variations in quiescence: Min = HJD 2446919.7744 +
V0822 Cen   |0.628935 x E, 19.24 - 19.62mB, MinII 19.44mB [N0508].
V0825 Cen   |V2 in the globular cluster NGC 5139 ({omega} Cen). Cluster
V0825 Cen   |non-member.
V0826 Cen   |V129 in the globular cluster NGC 5139 ({omega} Cen). Cluster
V0826 Cen   |non-member.
V0830 Cen   |X-ray pulsar: Ppuls = 292s.
V0831 Cen   |VB ABC (A 5.3m, B 6.0m, 0.2", 125{deg}, 2015; AB 4.55m, C 8.4m, 2",
V0831 Cen   |15{deg}, 2015); other, more distant, components. The Table presents
V0831 Cen   |combined magnitudes for ABC. Presumably, A varies.
V0832 Cen   |V168 in the globular cluster NGC 5139 ({omega} Cen). Cluster
V0832 Cen   |non-member.
V0833 Cen   |V56 in the globular cluster NGC 5139 ({omega} Cen). Cluster
V0833 Cen   |non-member. Blazhko effect.
V0836 Cen   |Multiperiodic.
V0837 Cen   |Multiperiodic.
V0838 Cen   |VB AB (9.35m, 10.64m, 0.2", 231{deg}, 2015; C 13.5m, 14", 29{deg},
V0838 Cen   |2000; D 14.0m, 8.5", 143{deg}, 2000).
V0840 Cen   |VB A (B 4", 313{deg}, 2000).
V0841 Cen   |SB1.
V0843 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0844 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0845 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0846 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0847 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0848 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0849 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0850 Cen   |X-rays: pulsar, P = 272s; outbursts, P = 132.5d.
V0851 Cen   |SB1, Porb = 11.9886d.
V0852 Cen   |In the "Southern Crab" nebula.
V0854 Cen   |Possible quasi-period outside deep minima: 43.23d.
V0855 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 3766.
V0869 Cen   |SB2, Porb = 26.036d.
V0871 Cen   |VB (A 7.10m; B 7.42m, 0.4", 117{deg}, 2015; AB is the eclipsing
V0871 Cen   |star and SB with P = 2.8d; C 9.9m, 1.7", 7{deg}, 2015; D 11.6m,
V0871 Cen   |9.5". 324{deg}, 2000). Combined magnitudes are given in the Table.
V0883 Cen   |The light elements in the Table are for eclipses. ACV variations:
V0883 Cen   |Prot = 61.46d, small amplitude.
V0884 Cen   |OH, SiO maser.
V0885 Cen   |The period in the Table is interpreted as due to interaction in an
V0885 Cen   |eccentric binary. Longer-term variations, P about 1700d.
V0886 Cen   |Multiperiodic.
V0887 Cen   |V2 in the globular cluster Ru 106. Cluster non-member, background
V0887 Cen   |object.
V0898 Cen   |SB.
V0900 Cen   |VB AB (7.08mV, 9.09mV, 0.4", 100{deg}, 1996).
V0902 Cen   |VB A (12.5mV; B 12.8mV, 12", 4{deg}, 1999). Spurious variability?
V0903 Cen   |P2 = 0.200233d. VB AB (9.73mHp, 12.48mHp, 5", 56{deg}, 1991).
V0916 Cen   |In the open cluster Stock 14. Superposed pulsations: P1 = 0.22447d,
V0916 Cen   |P2 = 0.54362d.
V0933 Cen   |HIPPARCOS data contradict the luminosity class V.
V0960 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.545P.
V0963 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.29P.
V0969 Cen   |In the open cluster Hogg 16.
V0975 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.073P.
V0983 Cen   |VB A (B 6.05m, 8", 104{deg}, 2013).
V1000 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.60P.
V1002 Cen   |VB A (B 11.5mV, 4", 131{deg}, 1963).
V1006 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5617.
V1014 Cen   |VB A (B 22", 217{deg}, 1998). Spurious variations in the HIP
V1014 Cen   |catalog?
V1025 Cen   |Porb = 0.05876d.
V1030 Cen   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5139.
V1039 Cen   |In May, 2004, varied between 15.60 and 15.75mV with P = 0.00832d
V1039 Cen   |[79019].
V1043 Cen   |Porb = 0.1746d.
V1044 Cen   |Porb = 985d.
V1045 Cen   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5139. Background star.
V1048 Cen   |The Table gives the period of the first overtone (P1). Second
V1048 Cen   |overtone: P2 = 0.743241d. P2/P1 = 0.8058.
V1051 Cen   |In the open cluster IC 2944.
V1056 Cen   |VB A (B 11.5m, 20", 246{deg}, 1999); the magnitude in maximum is
V1056 Cen   |influenced by the companion.
V1057 Cen   |VB A (B 13.2m, 22", 290{deg}, 2000).
V1059 Cen   |VB A (B 13m, 26", 285{deg}, 1999); the magnitude in maximum is
V1059 Cen   |influenced by the companion.
V1060 Cen   |VB A (B 11.7m, 15", 151{deg}, 2000); the magnitudes in the Table
V1060 Cen   |are influenced by the companion. Possibly a Mira.
V1070 Cen   |VB A (B 14.4m, 23", 22{deg}; C 14.4m, 25", 218{deg}, 2000).
V1070 Cen   |Possibly a Mira.
V1087 Cen   |VB AB (9.9m, 10.3m, 0.8", 27{deg}, 1991). Apsidal motion, U = 169
V1087 Cen   |years [79126].
V1089 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.57P.
V1090 Cen   |VB, several close components.
V1094 Cen   |O'Connell effect, MaxII 9.98m.
V1095 Cen   |VB A (B 12.9m, 18", 172{deg}, 1999).
V1100 Cen   |VB A (B 13.2m, 17", 257{deg}, 2000; C 15.5m, 11", 129{deg}, 1999).
V1104 Cen   |VB (A 10.2m; B 12.0m, 13", 76{deg}, 2000). According to [79236], a
V1104 Cen   |double-periodicity eclipsing star: EB, P = 0.876114d, and EA, P =
V1104 Cen   |19.11d (MinI 2451938.733 [00001]).
V1105 Cen   |Superposed longer-term variation: P = 438d.
V1118 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.53P.
V1119 Cen   |VB (9.62m, 12.8m, 3", 122{deg}, 1966).
V1123 Cen   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 55d.
V1129 Cen   |Eclipses in quiescence: Max 9.55m. Brightens to 9.1m once in about
V1129 Cen   |357d.
V1133 Cen   |VB AB (10.3m, 10.6m, 0.5", 281{deg}, 1991).
V1138 Cen   |P varies.
V1142 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.41P. DII = 0.10P.
V1152 Cen   |The mean brightness varies with a cycle about 900d.
V1155 Cen   |X-ray source. VB B (A = HR 4940, 4.69m, B5V; B 11", 79{deg}, 2001;
V1155 Cen   |C 9.16mKs, 1.6", 268{deg}, 2000).
V1157 Cen   |VB B (A 10.5:m; B 25", 193{deg}, 2001). The magnitude at maximum in
V1157 Cen   |the Table was influenced by the companion.
V1159 Cen   |VB A (B 14m, 15", 72{deg}, 2001).
V1161 Cen   |Double maxima.
V1166 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.41P.
V1167 Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V1176 Cen   |MinII - MinI = 0.59P.
V1180 Cen   |VB A (B 12.7m, 12", 270{deg}, 1997).
V1182 Cen   |VB A (B 13.6mpg, 25", 277{deg}, 1998; C 13.9mpg, 18", 32{deg},
V1182 Cen   |1998).
V1184 Cen   |P varies, the light elements in the Table are for JD 2455200 -
V1184 Cen   |2456500.
V1185 Cen   |VB A (B 14.6m, 7", 198{deg}, 1997).
V1188 Cen   |Blazhko effect.
V1194 Cen   |VB (A 10.0m; B 10.5m, 12", 309{deg}, 1999).
V1197 Cen   |VB A (B 13.6m, 15", 211{deg}; C 14.1m, 14", 307{deg}; D 10.3mJ, 6",
V1197 Cen   |337{deg}, 2004; other components).
V1202 Cen   |VB A (B 11.4m, 7", 356{deg}, 2000).
V1210 Cen   |The light elements in the Table are for the fundamental mode. P1 =
V1210 Cen   |3.037d, P1/P0 = 0.7035.
V1214 Cen   |The light elements in the Table are for the eclipses. Pulsations: P
V1214 Cen   |= 0.121252d, with an amplitude of 0.04m.
V1215 Cen   |VB A (A 11.87mR; B 13.11mR, 17", 51{deg}, 1999).
V1229 Cen   |P varies. dP/dT = 1.67 x 10^(-5) d/yr. VB AB (A 10.29m; B 10.44m,
V1229 Cen   |0.4", 231{deg}, 1991; C 10.80m, AB-C 16", 324{deg}, 2000). AB
V1229 Cen   |varies; the Table presents combined ABC magnitudes.
V1235 Cen   |VB A (B 11.5mR, 18", 199{deg}, 2000).
V1238 Cen   |VB B (A = V1239 Cen; AB 6", 276{deg}, 2000).
V1239 Cen   |VB A (B = V1238 Cen, 6", 276{deg}, 2000).
V1250 Cen   |VB A (B = V1251 Cen, 6", 16{deg}, 2000).
V1251 Cen   |VB B (A = V1250 Cen; AB 6", 16{deg}, 2000).
V1258 Cen   |The light elements in the Table are for eclipses in quiescence. The
V1258 Cen   |range of orbital variations is 15.4m - 17.0m in outburst, 18.2m -
V1258 Cen   |22.2m in quiescence.
V1259 Cen   |Multiperiodic.
V1261 Cen   |VB B (A 4.23mV; AB 25", 100{deg}, 2007).
V1264 Cen   |The light elements in the Table are for eclipses. Pulsations: P =
V1264 Cen   |0.0734d, with an amplitude of 0.21m.
V1265 Cen   |The period in the Table is twice shorter than that suggested in
V1265 Cen   |[79236]. Also detected is P = 3.537421d, close to that in the Table
V1265 Cen   |but differing from it.
V1266 Cen   |VB A (AaAb speckle: Aa 8.10m, Ab 11.00m, 0.1", 76{deg}, 2008; B
V1266 Cen   |10.84m, 9", 283{deg}, 2000).
V1307 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1309 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1310 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1312 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1313 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1314 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1315 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1316 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1317 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1318 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1319 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1320 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1321 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1322 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1323 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1324 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1325 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1326 Cen   |In the open cluster NGC 5381.
V1336 Cen   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 5460.
V1337 Cen   |VB A (B 15m, 12", 90{deg}, 1990).
V1338 Cen   |P varies. The light elements in the Table are for JD 2454000 -
V1338 Cen   |2455100.
V1339 Cen   |First overtone: see Table, amplitude 0.38m. Second overtone: Max =
V1339 Cen   |2453556.358 + 0.506888d x E, amplitude 0.06m.
V1353 Cen   |Blazhko effect?
V1357 Cen   |VB A (B 14.8m, 13", 104{deg}, 2000). The magnitude in maximum in
V1357 Cen   |the Table is influenced by the companion.
V1358 Cen   |VB A (B 13m, 15", 34{deg}, 2000).
V1360 Cen   |First overtone: see Table, amplitude 0.39m. Fundamental mode: Max =
V1360 Cen   |2454200.806 + 0.463072d x E, amplitude 0.23m.
V1362 Cen   |P varies, dP/dt = 0.19 x 10^(-5) d/yr. VB AB (9.6m, 12.1m, 0.8",
V1362 Cen   |243{deg}, 1945).
V1367 Cen   |VB A (B 15m, 13", 108{deg}, 1999).
V1375 Cen   |Porb = 0.3604d? [81150].
V1389 Cen   |SB2?
V1393 Cen   |Double-mode pulsations. For P1, see Table. P0 = 0.1177931d, P1/P0 =
V1393 Cen   |0.7712.
V1397 Cen   |Blazhko effect, P = 146d.
V1400 Cen   |Modulation with P = 3.21d, probably due to star spots. One deep
V1400 Cen   |minimum, with secondary fadings during 54d around it, was observed.
V1406 Cen   |The data for 1SWASP J111501.66-361254.2 in [82030] are combined
V1406 Cen   |measurements for a non-variable star (V = 15.4m) near the SuperWASP
V1406 Cen   |position and the real variable.
V1411 Cen   |The data for 1SWASP J121359.79-414742.7 in [82030] are combined
V1411 Cen   |measurements for a non-variable star (V = 13.2m) near the SuperWASP
V1411 Cen   |position and the real variable.
V1415 Cen   |In the field of the globular cluster NGC 5139 = {Omega} Cen.
V1418 Cen   |P = 60.7d is superposed.
V1419 Cen   |P = 45.0d is superposed.
V1425 Cen   |P = 14.896d is superposed.
V1429 Cen   |A secondary wave (possibly nonradial) with P = 0.103095d.
bet   Cen   |VB A (B 3.95m, 0.4", 196{deg}, 2014). SB, Porb = 357.02d. Soft
bet   Cen   |X-ray source.
del   Cen   |VB AaAb (0.1", 118{deg}, 2008).
eps   Cen   |Double-mode pulsations. P2 = 0.1914d.
mu.   Cen   |Different authors suggested several periods for small-scale
mu.   Cen   |variations.
nu.   Cen   |Possible BCEP variations with P = 0.1750d, with an amplitude of
nu.   Cen   |0.008m, were detected only in the Stroemgren u band [N0530].
T     Cep   |H2O, OH, SiO maser.
U     Cep   |VB A (B 11.8m, 14", 63{deg}, 2015; C 12.2m, 24", 315{deg}, 2015). d
U     Cep   |= 0.03P. The light curve shapes varies. P varies, generally
U     Cep   |increases; the Table presents current light elements.
W     Cep   |Speckle interferometry: VB (0.26", 88{deg}, 1997).
X     Cep   |H2O maser. OH maser?
RS    Cep   |d = 0.04P. P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
RT    Cep   |SiO maser.
RZ    Cep   |[Fe/H] = -1.77. P varies. The light curve shape varies.
SS    Cep   |Biperiodic. P0 is presented in the Table, P1 = 100d.
SX    Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7023.
SZ    Cep   |VB A (B 11.2m, 24", 78{deg}, 2010).
VV    Cep   |d is about 0.04P. Semiregular variations: mean period 116d. Several
VV    Cep   |other periods were also suspected. A strong, variable magnetic
VV    Cep   |field.
VW    Cep   |VB A (B 10.3m, a = 0.51", Porb = 30.45 years). P varies, the Table
VW    Cep   |presents current light elements. The light curve shape varies.
VW    Cep   |X-ray source.
WX    Cep   |d = 0.008P.
WZ    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
XX    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
XY    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
ZZ    Cep   |VB A (9.1m; B 9.9m, A2p, 4", 202{deg}, 2016; C 10.8m, A5V, 17",
ZZ    Cep   |224{deg}, 2016); the range in the Table is influenced by the
ZZ    Cep   |companions.
AF    Cep   |VB A (B 14.0mV, 9", 79{deg}, 1999).
AG    Cep   |H2O maser.
AH    Cep   |The light curve shape varies. P varies, the linear elements in the
AH    Cep   |Table are valid for JD 2445500 - 2454500. Probable light-time
AH    Cep   |effect with P= 63.0 years [N0537].
AM    Cep   |OH, H2O maser.
AV    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
BB    Cep   |d = 0.05P. P varies?
BE    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
BF    Cep   |SiO maser.
BR    Cep   |P varies?
BU    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
CO    Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.551P.
CQ    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. Possible
CQ    Cep   |additional intrinsic variations.
CR    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
CU    Cep   |H2O maser.
CW    Cep   |VB A (B 10.2m, 0.5", 246{deg}, 2007; C 12.3m, 22", 309{deg}, 2003).
CW    Cep   |Apsidal motion, P = 43 years; the non-linear term in the light
CW    Cep   |elements is +/-0.0250d x sin(0.0626{deg} x E - 28.3{deg}).
DH    Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7380.
DK    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
DO    Cep   |VB B (A = NSV 14168; Porb = 44.64 years, a = 2.42", e = 0.41).
DP    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
DQ    Cep   |Multiperiodic.
DX    Cep   |[Fe/H] = -1.83. P varies.
EF    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
EG    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
EH    Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7023.
EK    Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.535P (epoch 1991.25). Apsidal motion, P = 4700
EK    Cep   |years [N0541].
EM    Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7160. VB A (7.1mV; C A2,
EM    Cep   |12.6mV, 21", 279{deg}, 2003; other companions). P varies, the Table
EM    Cep   |presents current light elements.
EO    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
EP    Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 188.
EQ    Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 188.
ER    Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 188.
ES    Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 188.
ET    Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 188.
EZ    Cep   |[Fe/H] = -0.01.
FH    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
FL    Cep   |d = 0.02P.
FT    Cep   |VB A (B 18.3m, 5", 27{deg}, 1999). In the region of the nebula NGC
FT    Cep   |7023.
FU    Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7023.
FY    Cep   |VB A (B 16.8m, 10", 302{deg}, 1999).
GH    Cep   |H2O maser.
GI    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
GK    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents mean light elements. Orbital motion
GK    Cep   |due to a third body, P = 20.5 years.
GL    Cep   |In the region of the open cluster IC 1396 and gaseous nebulae.
GM    Cep   |In the region of the open cluster IC 1396 and gaseous nebulae.
GP    Cep   |In a nebula. Believed to consist of two unresolved eclipsing pairs.
GP    Cep   |The Table presents the elements for one of them; MinII 9.03m. The
GP    Cep   |second one: Min = 2443689.16 + 3.4696d x E, with the depth of MinI
GP    Cep   |about 0.04m.
GW    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
HI    Cep   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
HO    Cep   |Variability announced in [03905] is probably spurios; a
HO    Cep   |high-proper-motion star.
HS    Cep   |Not red [00001].
HZ    Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7023.
IL    Cep   |VB A (B 11.9m, 8", 329{deg}, 2012). According to [N0550], component
IL    Cep   |B is an irregilar variable, 11.37mV - 12.63mV.
IM    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
IO    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
IR    Cep   |VB AB (8.3m, 8.3m, 0.2", 22{deg}, 1992).
IW    Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.52P. P varies, the Table presents current light
IW    Cep   |elements.
IX    Cep   |d = 0.03P.
KL    Cep   |d = 0.019P.
KP    Cep   |P varies?
KV    Cep   |VB A (B 7", 58{deg}, 2000).
KY    Cep   |An object found in a spectrogram and believed to be a flare that
KY    Cep   |lasted for about 65s.
KZ    Cep   |VB AB (8.5m, 8.6m, 2", 248{deg}, 2016).
LP    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
LQ    Cep   |VB A (B 14.8m, 8", 259{deg}, 1999).
MX    Cep   |SB, Porb = 16.03d.
MY    Cep   |OH, H2O, SiO maser. In the region of the open cluster NGC 7419.
MZ    Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7419.
NW    Cep   |VB A (10.9mV; B 12.3mV, 11", 86{deg}, 1999).
NY    Cep   |VB A (B 10.18m, 0.2", 253{deg}, 1991). SB2, e = 0.443.
OQ    Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7635.
OT    Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
PR    Cep   |SiO maser.
PS    Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7380.
PV    Cep   |In a dark nebula. Associated with the fan nebula GM 1-29 and a
PV    Cep   |bipolar flow.
PW    Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7023.
PY    Cep   |SiO maser.
QT    Cep   |In a group of stars in the nebulous patch GM 1-79.
V0348 Cep   |VB B (A 14.2mV; B 19.3mV, 11", 318{deg}, 1999).
V0349 Cep   |Blended. There are no very red stars in the field.
V0351 Cep   |P varies.
V0359 Cep   |VB (6", 328{deg}, 2000). The components of the pair are not red.
V0360 Cep   |VB AB (8.8m, 9.8m, 1.2", 147{deg}, 2008).
V0361 Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7129. H2O maser.
V0366 Cep   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 37.
V0367 Cep   |X-ray source.
V0369 Cep   |V7 in the old open cluster NGC 188. VB B (AB 4", 313{deg}, 1999).
V0370 Cep   |V6 in the old open cluster NGC 188. VB B (AB 5", 292{deg}, 1999).
V0371 Cep   |V5 in the old open cluster NGC 188.
V0372 Cep   |V8 in the old open cluster NGC 188. X-ray source.
V0373 Cep   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7129. H2O maser.
V0375 Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7142.
V0376 Cep   |SB2. VB B (A 6.98m; B 13", 66{deg}, 2016).
V0377 Cep   |Multiperiodic.
V0380 Cep   |In the nebula NGC 7023. OH maser.
V0381 Cep   |VB Aa, Ab (5.90m, 7.42m, 0.1", 123{deg}, 2006; B 9.27m, B2V, 5",
V0381 Cep   |45{deg}, 2002).
V0383 Cep   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0390 Cep   |In the nebula IC 1396A.
V0391 Cep   |Associated with a small nebula.
V0392 Cep   |In the nebula RNO 138.
V0397 Cep   |In 2000, MinII - MinI = 0.573P. Apsidal motion.
V0399 Cep   |In the nebula and open cluster NGC 7822.
V0421 Cep   |P = 2.5069d is not excluded. SB, P1 = 5.4136d, P2 = 225.44d.
V0425 Cep   |VB AB (9.45mV, 11.19mV, 0.3", 54{deg}, 2007).
V0432 Cep   |In the region of the open cluster Trumpler 37.
V0435 Cep   |In the region of the open cluster Trumpler 37.
V0436 Cep   |The light curve has eclipse-like features.
V0447 Cep   |VB (A 8.0mV; B 8.3mV, 0.8", 234{deg}, 2014; C 11.9mV, 29",
V0447 Cep   |261{deg}, 2013: D 13.0mV, 29", 81{deg}, 2013). Possibly, it is the
V0447 Cep   |B component that actually varies.
V0448 Cep   |Also possible is P = 213d. SB, Porb = 7.7320d.
V0453 Cep   |VB A (A 7.6mV, B 9.5mV, 9", 137{deg}, 2015).
V0454 Cep   |Slight apsidal motion.
V0458 Cep   |In the open cluster Markarian 50. Assiciated with the nebula S 157.
V0458 Cep   |VB AB (10.50mV, B1II; 10.64mV, WN4.5, 1.4", 128{deg}, 2010; C
V0458 Cep   |14.3m, 11", 93{deg}, 2003).
V0463 Cep   |In the nebula and open cluster NGC 7822. VB AB (10.8mV, 11.0mV, 8",
V0463 Cep   |225{deg}, 2015).
V0464 Cep   |VB A (B 15.0m, 9", 68{deg}, 1999).
V0465 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 6939.
V0466 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 6939.
V0467 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 6939.
V0468 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 6939. Not red.
V0469 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 6939. P = 1.165d is also possible.
V0470 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 6939.
V0476 Cep   |VB A (B 16.6mV, 11", 332{deg}, 2000).
V0488 Cep   |In the region of the nebula IC 1396.
V0496 Cep   |SiO maser.
V0497 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 7160. VB A (B 9.0m, 10", 56{deg}, 2011).
V0521 Cep   |VB A (B 15.9pg, 11", 85{deg}, 1989).
V0527 Cep   |The period is decreasing.
V0554 Cep   |VB (13.8mV, 13.8mV, 13", 1{deg}, 1999).
V0572 Cep   |Erroneously identified with GSC 4253.01889 in [76012]. The
V0572 Cep   |amplitude in the Table can be influenced by neighbor stars.
V0584 Cep   |VB A (B 13.9mpg, 10", 131{deg}, 1999).
V0587 Cep   |The amplitude in the Table can be influenced by neighbor stars.
V0614 Cep   |VB A (B 15.5mV, 3", 31{deg}).
V0615 Cep   |VB A (B 15.8mV, 7", 188{deg}).
V0628 Cep   |VB A (B 5", 284{deg}).
V0632 Cep   |Blended.
V0637 Cep   |VB A (A 13.5mV, B 14.4mV; AB 11", 162{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes
V0637 Cep   |in the Table are for combined brightness.
V0660 Cep   |VB A (B 16.5mpg, 4", 292{deg}, 1990).
V0663 Cep   |It is assumed that the variability announcement really referred to
V0663 Cep   |IRAS 22211+5821, which is GSC 3994.01126, and not to GSC
V0663 Cep   |3994.00911. In a nebula.
V0688 Cep   |The magnitudes in the Table are influenced by the neighbor, GSC
V0688 Cep   |3995.00495.
V0698 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.423P.
V0702 Cep   |In the open cluster NGC 7762.
V0704 Cep   |SiO maser.
V0705 Cep   |SiO maser.
V0708 Cep   |SiO maser.
V0710 Cep   |VB AB (7.8m, 9.4m, 0.6", 250{deg}, 2008).
V0711 Cep   |VB AB (9.6m, 9.9m, 5.5", 325{deg}, 2016).
V0713 Cep   |Eclipses in quiescence: 18.0mV - 21.0:mV. Min = 2456532.192754 +
V0713 Cep   |0.085418509d x E [N0567].
V0732 Cep   |Multiperiodic.
V0734 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.55P.
V0738 Cep   |VB A (B 14.1mV, 14", 141{deg}, 2000).
V0741 Cep   |VB (9.2mHp, 12.7mHp, 0.7", 9{deg}, 1991).
V0743 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.53P:. SB2.
V0747 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.25P. In the open cluster NGC 7822.
V0750 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.44P:.
V0757 Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V0759 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, probable non-member.
V0760 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0761 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0764 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0771 Cep   |Blended.
V0777 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0789 Cep   |O'Connell effect. In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188,
V0789 Cep   |non-member.
V0790 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0791 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0792 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0793 Cep   |In the region of the old open cluster NGC 188, non-member.
V0796 Cep   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0798 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.232P.
V0800 Cep   |VB A (A 13.0mV; B 16m, 9", 178{deg}, 1999).
V0810 Cep   |O'Connell effect.
V0818 Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6939, non-member.
V0821 Cep   |VB A (B 17.9mR, 4", 253{deg}, 2000).
V0822 Cep   |Type EW with a twice longer period is not excluded [00001].
V0835 Cep   |Type RRC with the light elements Max = 2451511.899 + 0.2261d x E is
V0835 Cep   |not excluded.
V0839 Cep   |VB AB (9.9mV, 11.7mV, 0.2", 212{deg}, 2008). MinII - MinI = 0.511P.
V0850 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.599:P.
V0855 Cep   |VB AB (5", 247{deg}, 1999).
V0870 Cep   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0873 Cep   |Multiperiodic.
V0874 Cep   |Multiperiodic.
V0880 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.540P.
V0881 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.476:P.
V0882 Cep   |VB A (B 14.6mV, 7", 274{deg}, 1999).
V0897 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.518P.
V0919 Cep   |The Table presents current light elements (1999 - 2015). In 1999,
V0919 Cep   |MinII -MinI = 0.44P. Apsidal motion.
V0921 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.429P.
V0922 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.585P. VB A (A 10.6mJ; B 11.9mJ, 11", 44{deg},
V0922 Cep   |1999; C 13.6mJ, 4", 76{deg}, 1999). The magnitudes in the Table
V0922 Cep   |might be influenced with the companions.
V0930 Cep   |P varies? The Table presents current light elements.
V0944 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.528P.
V0947 Cep   |VB A (B 7", 312{deg}, 1999; C 11", 350{deg}, 1999).
V0954 Cep   |O'Connell effect.
V0957 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.58P in 2012. Apsidal motion.
V0961 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.482P.
V0964 Cep   |VB A (B 4", 281{deg}, 1999).
V0972 Cep   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6939. Cluster non-member.
V1004 Cep   |MinII - MinI = 0.22P.
V1009 Cep   |Multiperiodic.
V1015 Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements.
V1024 Cep   |Eclipses: Min = 2451859.2468 + 0.14872385d x E, amplitude 1.4m.
bet   Cep   |P varies. VB Aa (Ab 6.6mV, 0.2", 226{deg}, 2007; B 8.6m, 13.5",
bet   Cep   |251{deg}, 2016).
del   Cep   |P varies, the Table presents current light elements. VB A (B 6.1mV,
del   Cep   |B7IV, 41", 2016; other companions).
eps   Cep   |Multiperiodic.
zet   Cep   |Radial velocity varies.
mu.   Cep   |Multiperiodic. SiO maser. VB A (B 12.3mV, 19", 259{deg}, 2012;
mu.   Cep   |other components).
nu.   Cep   |Other reported periods: 170d, 190d [80268], 5d [68370].
W     Cet   |S5.5/2e.
RR    Cet   |[Fe/H] = -1.26. P var. During JD2417500 - 28820 Max = 2417501.444 +
RR    Cet   |0.55302577d*E; since JD2433180 - see Table. According to [08726],
RR    Cet   |the graph of O - C deviations from the elements given in [03506] is
RR    Cet   |approximately sinusoidal, with Pi = 2600d and the amplitude 0.025d.
RU    Cet   |(k - b)2 = 0.01. {Delta}(m) var? P var [02455]. Max = 2426964.019 +
RU    Cet   |0.5863003d*E (JD2426500 - 28430) [00181]; Max = 2434143.056 +
RU    Cet   |0.5862676d*E (JD2433100 - 35820) [02431]; since JD2435820 - see
RU    Cet   |Table.
RV    Cet   |{Delta}(S) = 9.
RW    Cet   |Min II 10.5. P var. During JD2426500 - 41000 Max = 2426585.503 +
RW    Cet   |0.9751814d*E [00001]; since JD2441000 - see Table.
RX    Cet   |{Delta}(S) = 5. P var. Before JD2428500 Max = 2425938.271 +
RX    Cet   |0.5737100d*E [03506]; since JD2430000 - see Table.
RZ    Cet   |{Delta}(S) = 6.7. P var. During JD2426585 - 28630 Max = 2426585.448
RZ    Cet   |+ 0.510633d*E [03506]; current elements - see Table.
SS    Cet   |d = 0.025P. P var. Min = 2429321.250 + 2.9739509d*E (JD2427340 -
SS    Cet   |30700) [02419]; Min = 2430698.160 + 2.973992d*E (JD2429300 - 36650)
SS    Cet   |[03115]; since JD2440000 - see Table.
SV    Cet   |Min II 14.9.
TT    Cet   |Min II 11.1.
TU    Cet   |D = 0.043P. Min II 10.9. Min II - Min I = 0.478P. According to
TU    Cet   |[03564], the spectrum is K2.
TV    Cet   |Min II 9.10. DII = 0.03P. Min II - Min I = 0.494P.
TW    Cet   |Min II 11.14. P var. Min I = 2430965.595 + 0.316852d*E (JD2427650 -
TW    Cet   |31000) [00192]; Min I = 2433611.3121 + 0.316846d*E (JD2433530 -
TW    Cet   |615) [00001]; since JD2440000 - see Table.
TX    Cet   |B - V: +0.34, +0.37. Min II 11.12.
TY    Cet   |Min II 12.1.
UU    Cet   |(k - b)2 = 0.08. P var. Blazhko effect?
UV    Cet   |VB B (A 12.45m, dM5.5e; a = 2.1", P = 25a).
VV    Cet   |Min II 11.0. EB type is also possible. RR type with twice shorter
VV    Cet   |period is not excluded.
VX    Cet   |d = 0.026P.
VY    Cet   |Min II 11.70.
VZ    Cet   |ADS 1778 B (B 0.61", 122{deg}; A = {omicron} Cet). Small variations
VZ    Cet   |are also observed on the time scale of several hours, with
VZ    Cet   |superimposed 10 - 15 minute variations and rare flares of
VZ    Cet   |approximately 2 minute duration [06492]. A possible white dwarf
VZ    Cet   |with an accretion disc [08926].
WW    Cet   |VR var (P = 0.160d) [04712]. Rapid oscillations (~10 min) of
WW    Cet   |brightness are observed [04709].
WZ    Cet   |Min II 11.0.
XY    Cet   |d = 0.02P. Min II 9.34.
YY    Cet   |Min II 9.2.
ZZ    Cet   |4 stable oscillations are observed simultaneously: P1 =
ZZ    Cet   |213.132605s, P2 = 212.768427s, P3 = 274.250814s, P4 = 274.774562s.
AA    Cet   |ADS 1581 A (B 7.7m vis, SB 2, F5, 8.5", 304{deg}). Min II 6.7:. dII
AA    Cet   |= 0.065P.
AB    Cet   |ADS 1849 A (B 9.30m, 12", 293{deg}). SB? (VR var, P = 2.997814d).
AB    Cet   |The period of magnetic variations is 15.9d [08932].
AD    Cet   |ADS 180 A (B 10m, 3", 4{deg}).
CL    Cet   |Type ELL: is also possible.
EE    Cet   |The variability may be due to the fainter (B) component.
EL    Cet   |SB2.
EV    Cet   |The depth of MinII is 0.44.
FH    Cet   |MinII 13.8.
FL    Cet   |The light elements given are for the eclipses.
FR    Cet   |A shell star of the spectral type A.
FU    Cet   |Chomospherically active giant, photometric variations with the
FU    Cet   |rotational period.
GO    Cet   |Variable brown dwarf.
GP    Cet   |Min II = 9.89.
GR    Cet   |Min II = 11.47. P varies. dP/dt = -0.39x10^(-5) d/yr.
GW    Cet   |Blazhko effect with a possible period about 84d.
GY    Cet   |Pulsation periods: 595s, 335s, etc. Porb = 81.54min.
GZ    Cet   |Porb = 0.060d.
HI    Cet   |Min II = 13.07.
HK    Cet   |Multiperiodic. VB A (B Sp L6, 0".3).
HS    Cet   |Min II = 11.1.
IO    Cet   |VB A (12.1mV; B 13mV, 14", 173{deg}, 1998). The range in the Table
IO    Cet   |is for combined magnitudes.
IQ    Cet   |P1 is presented in the Table; P1/P0 = 0.7438.
IU    Cet   |P1 is presented in the Table; P1/P0 = 0.7425.
IZ    Cet   |SB, Porb = 8.1194d.
KM    Cet   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.542695d.
KN    Cet   |Eclipsing variability outside outbursts: 17.2m*-19.9m*, Min =
KN    Cet   |2455202.5579 + 0.05298466 x E [81196].
KR    Cet   |P1 is presented in the Table; P1/P0 = 0.7434.
KS    Cet   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.564845d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
KY    Cet   |Period strongly varies. The light elemens in the Table are for JD
KY    Cet   |2455600 - 56600.
LN    Cet   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.530534d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
LQ    Cet   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.465495d; P1/P0 = 0.7433.
LT    Cet   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2820182d, or Blazhko effect, P =
LT    Cet   |231d.
LU    Cet   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.8488154d, P3 = 0.4776334d.
del   Cet   |Nonlinear term: +2.20d*10**(-11)*E**2.
omi   Cet   |ADS 1778 A (B = VZ Cet, 0.61", 122{deg}). Maser SiO, OH, H2O.
S     Cha   |VB A (B 9.29m, 23", 134{deg}).
T     Cha   |Occasionally quasiperiodic light changes are observed with periods
T     Cha   |3.2323d, 3.4375d, 4.1800d, 3.2436d operating during 6 - 26 cycles.
T     Cha   |IR excess.
Z     Cha   |VB A (B 5.6"). Eclipses: Min = 2440264.68232 + 0.0744992195d*E +
Z     Cha   |7.88d*10**(-13)*E**2 [08938]. D = 0.065P; d = 0.026P. Depth of Min:
Z     Cha   |1.73m - 2.11m B before the eclipse; 1.38m - 1.97m B after the
Z     Cha   |eclipse. Periodic variations during Min light [07000]. Variations
Z     Cha   |with P = 27.7s during a supermaximum [08049].
RS    Cha   |EA/DM. Min II 6.53. One of the components is a pulsating variable
RS    Cha   |of DSCT type. P is in the range from 0.074d to 0.097d [08403].
RS    Cha   |{Delta}(M) = 0.01m - 0.03m in the combined light.
RW    Cha   |Min II 14.6.
RY    Cha   |Min II 14.0.
RZ    Cha   |Min II 8.8. DII = 0.11P.
SY    Cha   |Quasiperiodic variations were observed. (P = 6.2d [04305], P = 7.6d
SY    Cha   |[08946]).
TW    Cha   |Quasiperiodic variations (P = 8.68d [04462]).
VW    Cha   |IR excess.
VZ    Cha   |Quasiperiodic variations (P = 7.27d).
YZ    Cha   |{Delta}(m) (Min II) = 0.4m.
CG    Cha   |Min II 14.4.
CH    Cha   |Min II 15.1.
CX    Cha   |Min II 15.5. Uncertain elements.
CY    Cha   |Min II 14.0.
CZ    Cha   |Min II 14.6.
DD    Cha   |Min II 14.7.
DG    Cha   |Min II 14.5.
ES    Cha   |In the {eta} Cha cluster.
ET    Cha   |In the {eta} Cha cluster.
FO    Cha   |VB A (B 10.75m, 12", 161{deg}, 2000).
GM    Cha   |VB B (A 10.25m; AB 10", 57{deg}, 2000).
GO    Cha   |Min II = 10.95. dP/dt = -0.20 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
GP    Cha   |P2 = 1190d.
GQ    Cha   |Min II = 13.8.
GS    Cha   |VB A (B 14.21m, 5", 326{deg}, 2000).
GT    Cha   |VB A (B 14.52m, 8", 319{deg}, 2000).
HK    Cha   |VB? (0.2").
HM    Cha   |VB B (A 9.09m; AB 10", 295{deg}, 2000).
HN    Cha   |VB B (A = VW Cha, 6.96m; AB 17", 221{deg}, 2000).
HO    Cha   |VB B (A = NSV 18675, 6.83m; AB 16", 82{deg}, 2000).
HP    Cha   |VB AB (2.7", 1986). Combined magnitudes are tabulated.
IT    Cha   |Min II = 13.1.
zet   Cha   |SB.
S     Cir   |Min II 10.9.
T     Cir   |Min II 9.4.
U     Cir   |P var. Before JD2417000 Max = 2412560 + 151d*E.
V     Cir   |Min II 11.0. According to [00210], varies in the range 10.8m -
V     Cir   |13.0m pg.
W     Cir   |Found in Lupus, in 4{deg} to the north from the position published
W     Cir   |by the discoverer [00211].
TW    Cir   |Min II 13.3.
UY    Cir   |Red.
UZ    Cir   |Epoch of main Max is given. Resembles R Cen. Max I - Max II = 160d.
VX    Cir   |P var. Before JD2418000 Max = 2414360 + 427d*E.
AQ    Cir   |Possibly EW type with twice longer period.
AR    Cir   |The magnitude in Min light possibly corresponds to an unresolved
AR    Cir   |companion.
AT    Cir   |d = 0.02d:.
AX    Cir   |SB. VB? (6.5m; 6.5m; 0.5", 143{deg}, 1913).
BD    Cir   |Min II 9.5.
BF    Cir   |Min II 8.9.
BG    Cir   |Min II 10.3.
BN    Cir   |Deep Min II. Twice shorter period is not excluded.
BR    Cir   |Cir X-1. According to [08951], the object does not coincide with
BR    Cir   |the star (B = 22.5m) labelled as L in the chart in [02911] but is
BR    Cir   |situated in ~1" to the south of it and has M > 23.5m on IIIa-J
BR    Cir   |plates. Gradual increase of X-ray intensity is periodically stopped
BR    Cir   |by an abrupt intensity fall. The moments of such transitions T are
BR    Cir   |represented by the elements T = 2443292.118 + 16.595d*E [02926].
BR    Cir   |The X-ray intensity falls are accompanied by IR and radio bursts.
BR    Cir   |Vr (e {alpha}) = +250 km/s. In 25' from the supernova remnant G
BR    Cir   |321.9-0.3.
DK    Cir   |MinII - MinI = 0.75P.
EL    Cir   |VB A (B 11.50m, 17", 119{deg}, 2000).
FG    Cir   |VB A (B 13.9mpg, 19", 339{deg}, 2000); B is in 3" sf to AR Cir,
FG    Cir   |Nova Cir 1906.
FH    Cir   |Multiperiodic. Light elements with P1 are given in the Table. P2 =
FH    Cir   |0.1260864. P2/P1 = 0.8279.
FO    Cir   |The maximum could be earlier and brighter, no observations during
FO    Cir   |the ascending branch.
FP    Cir   |Double-mode pulsations. P = 0.0976718 is superposed.
tet   Cir   |VB (6.2m, 6.2m, 0.1", 96{deg}).
T     Col   |SiO maser.
U     Col   |Min II 10.5.
Y     Col   |V2 (NGC 1851).
Z     Col   |V1 (NGC 1851).
RS    Col   |Min II 9.97. dII = 0.021P.
RY    Col   |(k - b)2 = 0.10. P var; nonlinear term: -3.38*10**(9)E**2.
RZ    Col   |Min II 11.20.
TV    Col   |2A 0526 - 328. VB A (B 15.79m, 10", 330{deg}). Epoch of Max of
TV    Col   |short-term photometric variations is given. The following elements
TV    Col   |describe, respectively, moments of Max Vr for Balmer lines and
TV    Col   |moments of Max for the comparatively long-term photometric
TV    Col   |variations which are due to the beat phenomenon for the photometric
TV    Col   |and spectral periods: Max Vr = 2444227.631 + 0.228600d*E; Max =
TV    Col   |2444191.5 + 4.024d*E. Flickering up to 0.15m B and flares up to
TV    Col   |0.3m U are also observed [08960].
VW    Col   |Variability may be due to component B.
AW    Col   |MinII - MinI = 0.79P.
AY    Col   |Min II = 10.63.
AZ    Col   |Min II = 11.65. P varies. dP/dt = -0.17x10^(-5) d/yr.
BC    Col   |Min II = 13.5.
BD    Col   |VB B (A = NSV 16739, 4.4m; AB 34", 110{deg}, 1999).
BE    Col   |Min II = 11.55.
BI    Col   |Type EW with a twice longer period is not excluded, having in mind
BI    Col   |association with an X-ray source [81001].
BK    Col   |P varies strongly [80001].
BL    Col   |Blazhko effect, P = 40.5d.
BQ    Col   |Blazhko effect, P = 15.33d?
R     Com   |OH emission.
S     Com   |{Delta}(S) = 8.
T     Com   |OH, H2O emission.
U     Com   |{Delta}(S) = 5.
V     Com   |P var. Max = 2424518.219 + 0.46913844d*E (JD2420900 - 26900)
V     Com   |[00218]; since JD2438100 - see Table. {Delta}(S) = 8.
W     Com   |Radio source ON 231.
X     Com   |Z = 0.092. Spectrum description [07415,08966].
Y     Com   |In the region of the globular cluster M 53 (NGC 5024).
Z     Com   |In the region of the globular cluster M 53 (NGC 5024).
RR    Com   |In the region of the globular cluster M 53 (NGC 5024).
RS    Com   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5053.
RT    Com   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 5053. A var; P var. Max =
RT    Com   |2423113.496 + 0.5651925d*E (JD2422700 - 26450) [00222]; since
RT    Com   |JD2438535 - see Table.
RU    Com   |In the region of the globular cluster M 53 (NGC 5024).
RV    Com   |In the region of the globular cluster M 53 (NGC 5024).
RW    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster. dI = 0.04P; Min II
RW    Com   |11.56. P var. Min I = 2433040.406 + 0.23734705d*E (JD2419680 -
RW    Com   |34550) [00185]; since JD2439600 - see Table.
RY    Com   |P var. Max = 2425007.450 + 0.46894835d*E (JD2425000 - 27500)
RY    Com   |[03506]; Max = 2432674.390 + 0.4689397d*E (JD2432600 - 38110)
RY    Com   |[03415]; since JD2438100 - see Table. (k - b)2 = 0.07.
RZ    Com   |Possible member of the Comae Berenices cluster. Min II 11.09; dI =
RZ    Com   |0.043P, dII = 0.039P. P var. Min I = 2433396.737 + 0.33850556d*E
RZ    Com   |(JD2425000 - 33300) [00226]; since JD2433300 - see Table. Shape of
RZ    Com   |the light curve varies.
SS    Com   |Min II 11.9.
ST    Com   |{Delta}(S) = 10.
SX    Com   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 4147.
SZ    Com   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 4147.
TU    Com   |Shape of the light curve, A and P vary. Mean elements are given in
TU    Com   |the Table. Possible period of Blazhko effect is 75d [03584]. [Fe/H]
TU    Com   |= -1.43.
UU    Com   |Member of the Comae Berenices cluster. Light variations are due to
UU    Com   |rotation and pulsations of the star. Rotational period is 2.1953d
UU    Com   |or 1.0256d or 0.9178d. Period of pulsations is 0.0227d (A ~0.01m).
UU    Com   |According to [07985] there are two periods of pulsations: P1 =
UU    Com   |0.0274d and P2 = 0.0209d (P2/P1 = 0.76).
UV    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.44.
UW    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.22.
UX    Com   |Min II 10.13. P var; nonlinear term: -3.75d*10**(-8)*E**2.
UY    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.51.
UZ    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.44.
VV    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.53.
VW    Com   |VB (12.00m, dM 3.5e; 12.3m, dM 4e, 3.0", 23{deg}, 1945). Range of
VW    Com   |total brightness variation is given. According to [08363] the
VW    Com   |component B is variable. However both components may be variables.
VY    Com   |Min II 14.5.
AI    Com   |Member of the Comae Berenices cluster. VB A (B 6.63m, 145",
AI    Com   |251{deg}). Pulsations are possible: P = 0.052d (A = 0.02m) [08975].
AL    Com   |Within 8' to the south-east from the nucleus of M 88 (NGC 4501)
AL    Com   |galaxy.
AQ    Com   |Min II 15.7.
BM    Com   |Min II 13.8.
BS    Com   |P var. Max = 2434453.31 + 0.36341d*E (JD2434130 - 35230); since
BS    Com   |JD2435590 - see Table. Shape of the light curve varies.
BZ    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.21.
CC    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster. Min II 12.09; dI =
CC    Com   |0.03P.
CD    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.78.
CF    Com   |Shape of the light curve varies.
CG    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.06.
CI    Com   |RRC?
CK    Com   |P var. Max = 2437370.71 + 0.6940159d*E (JD2437370 - 40130); Max =
CK    Com   |2441630.35 + 0.6939080d*E (JD2440130 - 41630); since JD2441630 -
CK    Com   |see Table. Blazhko effect. [Fe/H] = -1.68.
CL    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.00.
CN    Com   |Min II 13.5.
CP    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.19.
CT    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
CV    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
CX    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster. Not member of the
CX    Com   |cluster.
DD    Com   |Min II 14.90.
DG    Com   |Min II 14.6.
DL    Com   |P var?
DR    Com   |EW? P = 0.45184d?
DS    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.32.
DT    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.60.
DU    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.45.
DV    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.57.
DW    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.53.
EE    Com   |P = 0.539533d also satisfies observations. [Fe/H] = -1.64.
EF    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.90.
EG    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.29.
EI    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.68.
EL    Com   |P = 0.52362d also satisfies observations.
EM    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.64.
EN    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.19.
EO    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.51.
EP    Com   |[Fe/H] = -0.98.
EQ    Com   |Min II 15.3.
ER    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.51.
ES    Com   |[Fe/H] = -2.02.
EW    Com   |[Fe/H] = -1.77.
EX    Com   |P = 0.558359d? [Fe/H] = -1.48.
EY    Com   |Min II 18.0.
EZ    Com   |P = 0.568349d? [Fe/H] = -1.16.
FG    Com   |P = 0.3098d also satisfies observations.
FK    Com   |Wide emission lines, H{alpha} and H, K CaII, of variable intensity.
FK    Com   |Epoch of light minimum is given.
FM    Com   |The member of the Comae Berenices cluster. Multiperiodicity. Cycle
FM    Com   |of 0.0713d was observed also [08989].
FO    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
FP    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster. {mu} = 0.23", P =
FP    Com   |158{deg}. Red.
FZ    Com   |P = 4.704864d?
GM    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
GN    Com   |Member of the Comae Berenices cluster. P > 1d.
GO    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
GP    Com   |{mu} = 0.38", p = 286{deg}. SB (Porb = 0.032306d). Unique object G
GP    Com   |61-29. Consists of two interacting white dwarfs. The lower mass
GP    Com   |star, a helium white dwarf, transfers mass to the higher mass star
GP    Com   |surrounded by an accretion disk. Usually flares are being observed
GP    Com   |with an amplitude about 0.2m V, 0.5m U lasting about 20 seconds
GP    Com   |[07417,08991]. Sometimes periods of photometric activity arise when
GP    Com   |amplitude of light variations reaches 0.6m V and sharp passages
GP    Com   |from maxima to minima are being observed; the duration of these
GP    Com   |minima reaches up to 0.14d [07417]. When the star is most active,
GP    Com   |periodic light oscillations appear with P = 105 seconds and
GP    Com   |amplitude 0.05m - 0.10m V [07062].
GQ    Com   |Z = 0.165. Emission H, [OIII]. Irregular light variations. B - V =
GQ    Com   |+0.16.
GT    Com   |Minor planet (679) Pax.
HH    Com   |Epoch of Min in V system is given.
HI    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HK    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HM    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HN    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HO    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HP    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HQ    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HR    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HS    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HT    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HU    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HV    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
HW    Com   |In the region of the Comae Berenices cluster.
MM    Com   |MinII 12.80.
MN    Com   |Variable brown dwarf.
MR    Com   |MinII 12.43.
MT    Com   |Small-amplitude pulsations with characteristic periods 1344, 1236,
MT    Com   |668 seconds.
MW    Com   |Min II = 10.5.
MX    Com   |Min II = 11.94.
MZ    Com   |Min II = 10.2 :.
NN    Com   |Min II = 12.67.
NS    Com   |Min II = 13.5.
NV    Com   |Min II = 12.15.
NW    Com   |Multiperiodic, with several periods in the DSCTC range (one of them
NW    Com   |tabulated) and several GDOR periods (P = 0.42779d and others).
OP    Com   |Multiperiodic? Blazhko effect?
OR    Com   |P varies [80001]. Blazhko effect? [80026].
OW    Com   |Min II = 16.3.
OX    Com   |Min II = 16.1 :.
QQ    Com   |P strongly varies.
QU    Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.541781d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
QW    Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.547401d; P1/P0 = 0.7455.
QX    Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.544233d; P1/P0 = 0.7454.
QY    Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.490349d; P1/P0 = 0.7446.
QZ    Com   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2687276d; P(Blazhko) = 13.7d.
V0335 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.515253d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V0336 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.480562d; P1/P0 = 0.7439.
V0337 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478242d; P1/P0 = 0.7439.
V0338 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.485204d; P1/P0 = 0.7440.
V0340 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.460448d; P1/P0 = 0.7425.
V0341 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.476173d; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
V0342 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.488314d; P1/P0 = 0.7447.
V0343 Com   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.486854d; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
R     CrA   |In the head of the bright cometary nebula NGC 6729. IR excess.
S     CrA   |VB A (B 13.5m, 1", 137{deg}). IR excess.
T     CrA   |In the bright cometary nebula NGC 6729. IR excess.
V     CrA   |Quasiperiodic variations (P ~75d, {Delta}(V) ~ 0.2m - 0.9m). IR
V     CrA   |excess.
RS    CrA   |sp of two close stars; each of them or both may be identified with
RS    CrA   |CoD -39{deg} 13082.
RW    CrA   |Min II 9.4.
SS    CrA   |V1 (NGC 6541).
SV    CrA   |The period may be twice shorter.
TY    CrA   |VB A (B 13.3m, 4", 138{deg}; C 58", 24{deg}). In the bright nebula
TY    CrA   |NGC 6726/27. P = 1.92d is not excluded, in that case Min II = Min
TY    CrA   |I. On the basis of visual observations 8.7 - 12.4 v (presumably
TY    CrA   |"spurious variability" due to the difficulties of estimates over
TY    CrA   |the bright background of the nebula), and the star was classified
TY    CrA   |as INSA.
TZ    CrA   |Min II 9.72.
UU    CrA   |Min II 11.0.
UX    CrA   |The period may be twice shorter.
UY    CrA   |P var?
VV    CrA   |In the region of the bright nebula NGC 6729. IR excess.
WY    CrA   |Apparently, variability announced in [00249] was due to
WY    CrA   |misidentification of a high-proper-motion star.
AF    CrA   |P var. Before JD2418060 Max = 2413710 + 483d*E; since JD2418060 -
AF    CrA   |see Table.
AL    CrA   |B - V: +0.65, +1.30. [A/H] = -0.2.
AN    CrA   |P var. Nonlinear term: -0.006d*10**(-6)*E**2.
AU    CrA   |P var. Nonlinear term: -0.026d*10**(-6)*E**2.
AY    CrA   |Min II 15.2.
BG    CrA   |Min II 15.1.
BH    CrA   |P var. Nonlinear term: -0.023d*10**(-6)*E**2.
CM    CrA   |P var. Nonlinear term: -0.007d*10**(-6)*E**2.
CR    CrA   |Min II 15.7.
CS    CrA   |Min II 15.2.
CY    CrA   |P var. Nonlinear term: -0.002d*10**(-6)*E**2.
DG    CrA   |In the region of the bright nebula NGC 6729. IR excess.
DL    CrA   |Min II 13.6.
DN    CrA   |P var. Nonlinear term: +0.006d*10**(-6)*E**2.
DZ    CrA   |d = 0.02P.
EE    CrA   |mpg var, 13.5m - 15.5m, P2 = 3000d - 5000d {Delta}(m) (P1 = 167d)
EE    CrA   |~1.5m.
EK    CrA   |P var. Before JD2422600 Max = 2411870 + 421d*E.
FF    CrA   |Before JD2423000 Max = 2411530 + 140.2d*E.
FK    CrA   |Min II 14.5.
FS    CrA   |Min II 14.5.
FW    CrA   |Before JD2416600 Max = 2411190 + 112.2d*E.
GS    CrA   |Before JD2422600 Max = 2414070 + 284d*E.
IT    CrA   |Min II 13.6.
KM    CrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
KQ    CrA   |[A/H] = -0.7. B - V: +0.76, +1.23.
KT    CrA   |Red.
LU    CrA   |P = 182d is possible.
MS    CrA   |Yellow.
MT    CrA   |Min II 13.1.
NO    CrA   |Reddish.
QR    CrA   |Reddish.
V0347 CrA   |B - V: +0.82, +1.17.
V0350 CrA   |Min II 13.4.
V0385 CrA   |The period may be spurious.
V0413 CrA   |(k - b)2 = 0.11.
V0428 CrA   |The period may be twice shorter.
V0449 CrA   |[A/H] = -0.3.
V0454 CrA   |Min II 10.5.
V0455 CrA   |d = 0.05P. Min II 13.7.
V0457 CrA   |Epoch of Min is given. EW type is also possible, in that case the
V0457 CrA   |value of P should be doubled.
V0465 CrA   |Min II 14.2.
V0467 CrA   |P var?
V0471 CrA   |Min II 13.3.
V0478 CrA   |Sometimes a cycle 60d - 70d.
V0480 CrA   |Min II 13.9.
V0490 CrA   |P var? The elements represent the observations of 1944.
V0493 CrA   |P var?
V0501 CrA   |Min II 13.4. Twice shorter period is possible.
V0503 CrA   |d = 0.03P.
V0511 CrA   |Twice longer period is possible.
V0512 CrA   |P var?
V0513 CrA   |Min II 13.2.
V0514 CrA   |Min II 14.0.
V0527 CrA   |P var.
V0535 CrA   |P var.
V0541 CrA   |P var?
V0545 CrA   |VB. Combined brightness with a faint companion is given.
V0553 CrA   |P var?
V0566 CrA   |Min II 12.7.
V0568 CrA   |Sometimes a cycle 60d - 80d.
V0569 CrA   |Min II 13.1. EB type is possible.
V0571 CrA   |Min II 14.7.
V0572 CrA   |Min II 14.0.
V0577 CrA   |Min II 13.2. RR type with twice shorter period is possible.
V0578 CrA   |RV type with P = 118d is possible.
V0580 CrA   |Min II 14.4.
V0595 CrA   |P var.
V0601 CrA   |Epoch of min is given.
V0603 CrA   |Slightly noticeable Min II at the phase 0.5P.
V0604 CrA   |d = 0.03P.
V0607 CrA   |Min II 14.3.
V0612 CrA   |d = 0.03P.
V0615 CrA   |P var?
V0622 CrA   |Sometimes 55d - 60d cycles.
V0633 CrA   |P var.
V0634 CrA   |Min II 13.9.
V0648 CrA   |Min II is felt at the phase 0.5P.
V0659 CrA   |P = 189.4d is possible.
V0667 CrA   |In the region of the bright cometary nebula NGC 6729. The spectral
V0667 CrA   |type is earlier than K.
V0676 CrA   |RR type is possible.
V0686 CrA   |Max I 5.34, Min I 5.41, Max II 5.35, Min II 5.40 [08970].
V0691 CrA   |4U 1822-37. Emissions CIII/NIII {lambda} 4640 - 50, He II {lambda}
V0691 CrA   |4686, CIV {lambda} 1550 etc.
V0692 CrA   |P = 0.83d is possible.
V0730 CrA   |MinII 9.99 [78011]. Type RRC with a twice shorter period is
V0730 CrA   |possible.
V0731 CrA   |Large scatter on the light curve.
V0737 CrA   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.156795d.
V0738 CrA   |Globular cluster non-member?
V0739 CrA   |Globular cluster non-member?
V0740 CrA   |Globular cluster non-member?
V0741 CrA   |P = 0.394d is also possible. Globular cluster non-member?
V0742 CrA   |Globular cluster non-member?
V0743 CrA   |Globular cluster non-member?
V0745 CrA   |Globular cluster non-member?
V0756 CrA   |Double-mode. P0 is given in the Table; P1 = 0.0821611d, P1/P0 =
V0756 CrA   |0.7665.
eps   CrA   |Min II 4.95.
R     CrB   |IR excess.
S     CrB   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
T     CrB   |VB? A (B <= 12m, 0.2"). SB (P = 227.6d). The spectral period is
T     CrB   |present in the photometric data of 1891 - 1917 and 1960 - 1971
T     CrB   |[08978]. The epoch of the first outburst JD2402734 (1866). Two
T     CrB   |smaller outbursts were observed in UV light, JD2438030 (1963) and
T     CrB   |2442543 (1975) [08979].
U     CrB   |Min II 7.72. P var.
RR    CrB   |P2 = 377d. {Delta}(m) (P1) ~0.5m, {Delta}(m) (P2) ~0.6m.
RS    CrB   |P2 = 69.5d [01100]. Main period oscillation: 9.1m - 11.6m.
RT    CrB   |Nonlinear term: +2.01d*10**(-8)*E**2. Min II 10.52 (var). DII =
RT    CrB   |0.09P.
RV    CrB   |P var. Max = 2428285.608 + 0.3316217d*E (JD2428285 - 31610); Max =
RV    CrB   |2431705.349 + 0.3317313d*E (JD2431705 - 32954); Max = 2433030.572 +
RV    CrB   |0.331705d*E (JD2433030 - 36814) [05496]; Max = 2440001.453 +
RV    CrB   |0.331569d*E (1967 - 1971) [06237]; Max = 2441451.413 + 0.331619d*E
RV    CrB   |(1972 - 1974) [07032]. The Table gives current elements. On the
RV    CrB   |period changes see also [03506]. Blazhko effect?
RW    CrB   |d = 0.028P. Min II 10.29.
TW    CrB   |Min II 11.0.
TZ    CrB   |ADS 9979 A (B 6.72m, GIV, 6.6", 233{deg}, 1980). SB2 (P =
TZ    CrB   |1.139789d). Epoch of Min is given. The variation presented in the
TZ    CrB   |Table is superimposed by a second one, with the same amplitude and
TZ    CrB   |P = 0.1d. The amplitude is given for the combined light of ADS 9979
TZ    CrB   |A and B, the mean magnitude is for ADS 9979 A.
UU    CrB   |During JD2444381.73 - .76 a slow flare was observed, with maximal
UU    CrB   |amplitude 0.30m in the IK band and 0.18m in the U band.
AL    CrB   |Spotted rotating G-type giant.
AR    CrB   |MinII 11.44.
AS    CrB   |MinII 11.75.
AV    CrB   |MinII 12.41.
AW    CrB   |According to [78161], EW, P = 0.360920 d.
AY    CrB   |Min II = 14.0.
BD    CrB   |Min II = 14.6.
BG    CrB   |VB AB (9.5m, 9.8m, 0.1", 192{deg}, 2007).
BR    CrB   |Min II = 10.11.
CT    CrB   |Strong Blazhko effect.
CZ    CrB   |P strongly varies.
DE    CrB   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.554870d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
DG    CrB   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.539078d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
DH    CrB   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.551550d; P1/P0 = 0.7464.
DI    CrB   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.508196d; P1/P0 = 0.7452.
DK    CrB   |MinII - MinI = 0.482P.
DL    CrB   |Time-variable O'Connell effect.
alf   CrB   |{lambda} eff = 7230 A: DI = 0.034P, DII = 0.018P, Min II - Min I =
alf   CrB   |0.66P, depth of Min I 0.10m, Min II 0.025m.
bet   CrB   |VB A (B ~ 5m - 6m, 0.2", ~130{deg}, 1978). SB (P = 3833.7d).
bet   CrB   |Magnetic field var, P = 18.487d. The epoch of Min light is given.
gam   CrB   |ADS 9757 (4.2m, 5.6m; A = 0.74", P = 91.0a).
U     Crv   |VB A (B 13.5m, 0.4' p).
W     Crv   |Min II 11.86. The light curve is asymmetrical, the maxima differ in
W     Crv   |hight by 0.10m.
Y     Crv   |Min II 11.7. RRC type with twice shorter period is possible.
Z     Crv   |d = 0.06P.
RV    Crv   |Elements do not satisfy some of the published moments of Min.
RZ    Crv   |Min II 13.9.
SX    Crv   |Min II 9.23. The shape of the light curve varies. Depth of Min I
SX    Crv   |0.20m, depth of Min II 0.18m. In 1972 the system became fainter
SX    Crv   |than in 1971 by 0.06m.
TY    Crv   |SB2.
XX    Crv   |P1 is tabulated; P0 = 0.54452d.
XY    Crv   |P1 is tabulated (amplitude 0.44m); P0 = 0.484820d (amplitude
XY    Crv   |0.28m).
YZ    Crv   |VB B (A 16.2mpg, B 16.2mpg; AB 27", 192{deg}, 2000). The
YZ    Crv   |coordinates in [81005] refer to the A component.
AA    Crv   |VB B (A 12.7mpg, B 15.9mpg; AB 28", 220{deg}, 1998). The
AA    Crv   |coordinates in [81005] refer to the brighter star.
AD    Crv   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2691307d; P(Blazhko) = 185d.
AG    Crv   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.537739d; P1/P0 = 0.7465.
AH    Crv   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.488888d; P1/P0 = 0.7450.
R     Crt   |Periods of light constancy which last up to 250d occur every two or
R     Crt   |there thousand days. OH, H2O maser.
S     Crt   |H2O maser.
T     Crt   |Mean light var, P2 = 1006d.
V     Crt   |Min II 10.1; Min II - Min I = 0.57P.
W     Crt   |(k - b)2 = +0.21.
X     Crt   |(k - b)2 = +0.02.
Z     Crt   |d = 0.016P.
RR    Crt   |P = 293d or 146d is possible.
RV    Crt   |Min II 9.4:.
SU    Crt   |[Fe/H] > -0.3.
SV    Crt   |ADS 8115 A (B 11.5m vis, 1", 220{deg}). SB2 (P = 5.90513d, apsidal
SV    Crt   |motion, P ~700a). Epoch of Min I in B light is given. Depth of Min
SV    Crt   |II is 0.015m. EuII and SrII in emission.
AG    Crt   |P varies.
AI    Crt   |Blazhko effect, P=63d. The identification with NSV 5200 suggested
AI    Crt   |in [80153] is probably wrong.
AK    Crt   |Min II = 11.15. The tabulated elements are for the eclipses.
AK    Crt   |Pulsations: P = 0.067964d, with a variable amplitude up to 0.07m.
AV    Crt   |A period about 3497d is possibly superposed.
AX    Crt   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.521023d; P1/P0 = 0.7454.
AY    Crt   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.483101d; P1/P0 = 0.7446.
R     Cru   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 4349.
T     Cru   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 4349.
U     Cru   |P var. Max = 2410143 + 351.4d*E (JD2410100 - 14100) [00237]; since
U     Cru   |JD2437600 - see Table.
W     Cru   |Min II 9.3.
SU    Cru   |[A/H] = -0.8.
SV    Cru   |In the region of the open cluster Ruprecht 97. Non-member of the
SV    Cru   |cluster.
SW    Cru   |VB A (B 14.0m, 12"). (k - b)2 = 0.27.
SY    Cru   |d = 0.05P?
TU    Cru   |Min II 11.5.
TW    Cru   |Min II 12.85:.
TX    Cru   |It is not excluded that actually P is much shorter, close to 1d,
TX    Cru   |for instance.
TZ    Cru   |P = 2.091140d?
UW    Cru   |Min II 12.9; Min II - Min I = 0.536P.
UX    Cru   |VB A (B 10"). Min II 12.4; Min I - Min II = 0.325P; DII = 0.025P.
VY    Cru   |Min II 13.5.
VZ    Cru   |P = 1.125810d?
WW    Cru   |Min II 13.0.
WX    Cru   |d = 0.040P. Light variability in maximum is noted.
WY    Cru   |VB A. P = 9.013290d?
XX    Cru   |P = 3.28566d?
XY    Cru   |Min II 11.7.
XZ    Cru   |P = 1.6495930d?
YY    Cru   |Min II 13.0.
YZ    Cru   |Min II 13.1.
ZZ    Cru   |Min II 9.8.
AB    Cru   |Min II 8.9.
AC    Cru   |Min II 12.1.
AD    Cru   |VB A (B 14.5m, 10", 270{deg}). P var. Max = 2434918.160 +
AD    Cru   |6.39844d*E (JD2423800 - 35400) [02309]; since JD2441000 - see
AD    Cru   |Table.
AE    Cru   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
AF    Cru   |Min II 9.87.
AG    Cru   |The blue component is possible [09004].
AI    Cru   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 4103. Min II 9.94.
AQ    Cru   |Min II 13.8.
AT    Cru   |Min II 12.6.
AW    Cru   |Min II 13.9.
AY    Cru   |Min II 11.2.
BB    Cru   |Min II 14.0.
BC    Cru   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
BD    Cru   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
BF    Cru   |Min II 12.3.
BH    Cru   |Epoch of Min I is given in the Table. The light curve like the
BH    Cru   |light curves of R Cen and R Nor has two maxima and two minima of
BH    Cru   |different depths. Max I 7.6m (0.22P), Min II 8.0m (0.41P), Max II
BH    Cru   |7.2m (0.53P).
BI    Cru   |Spectrum description [04949].
BK    Cru   |In Coalsack region.
BM    Cru   |In Coalsack region.
BP    Cru   |3U 1223-62. A unique X-system. Consists of an X-pulsar with pulse
BP    Cru   |period 698s [09018] moving on an excentric orbit (E = 0.47) around
BP    Cru   |the ellipsoidal B2 supergiant with orbital period of 41.51d.
BP    Cru   |Accretion of the stellar wind from the primary star on the pulsar
BP    Cru   |increases during the periastron passage. Therefore large X-flares
BP    Cru   |are observed with the elements: T (X Max) = 2433158.09 + 41.51d*E.
BP    Cru   |Optical flares are possible.
BQ    Cru   |B - V: +1.13, +0.88.
BS    Cru   |In the open cluster NGC 4755.
BT    Cru   |In the open cluster NGC 4755.
BU    Cru   |In the open cluster NGC 4755.
BV    Cru   |In the open cluster NGC 4755.
BW    Cru   |In the open cluster NGC 4755.
DU    Cru   |The identification with NSV 06012 (SIMBAD) is wrong.
EP    Cru   |MinII - MinI = 0.62P.
EQ    Cru   |MinII - MinI = 0.48P.
EW    Cru   |A twice longer period is also possible.
FG    Cru   |Multiperiodic.
FL    Cru   |Multiperiodic.
bet   Cru   |VB A (B 11.4m, 44.3", 322{deg}; C 7.5m, 372", 23{deg}).
bet   Cru   |Interferometric binary. Multiple periods (the total V amplitudes of
bet   Cru   |corresponding oscillations are indicated in brackets): P0 =
bet   Cru   |0.2365072d (0.034m), P1 = 0.160466d (0.029m), P2 = 0.121383d
bet   Cru   |(0.01m), P02 = 0.249373d (0.016m), P13 = 0.24273d (0.024m), P24 =
bet   Cru   |0.23931d (0.028m), P03 = 0.16342d (0.016m), P14 = 0.16171d
bet   Cru   |(0.029m).
tet 2 Cru   |SB (P = 3.4380d). BCEPS, P > 1h? [08420].
lam   Cru   |Type ELL with P = 0.7902d is possible. Amplitude and shape of the
lam   Cru   |light curve vary. The secondary oscillation (A = 0.007m) with the
lam   Cru   |elements Max = 2441779.034 + 0.1793d*E is possible.
R     Cyg   |VB A (B 9.3m, 91", 14{deg}). S4/6e - S8/6e.
T     Cyg   |VB A (B 10.03m, 10.2", 122{deg}; C 12m, 13.6", 197{deg}).
U     Cyg   |VB A (B 7.8m, 63.5", 51{deg}). P var. Max = 2406455 + 461.57d*E
U     Cyg   |(JD2404590 - 13900); Max = 2414827 + 470.76d*E (JD2413900 - 19940);
U     Cyg   |Max = 2421806 + 455.95d*E (JD2419940 - 27380); Max = 2427848 +
U     Cyg   |472.85d*E (JD2427380 - 35750); since JD2435750 - see Table.
W     Cyg   |There is a second oscillation with P = 235.3d.
X     Cyg   |P var. Max = 2410190.86 + 16.3841d*E (JD2410100 - 23370) [09028];
X     Cyg   |since JD2417000 - see Table. There is a square term in the elements
X     Cyg   |given in the Table: +1.01d*10**(-7)*E**2. [A/H] = 0.4.
Y     Cyg   |Min II 7.75; E = 0.1458. Apsidal motion: P = 47.6 yr. There are
Y     Cyg   |sinusoidal terms in the elements: +0.1391d*sin(0.06256{deg}*E) -
Y     Cyg   |0.0076d*sin(2*(0.06256{deg}*E)); Min II = 2409454.9174 +
Y     Cyg   |2.9963328d*E - 0.1391d*sin(0.06256{deg}*E) -
Y     Cyg   |0.0076d*sin(2*(0.06256{deg}*E)).
Z     Cyg   |OH, H2O emission.
RR    Cyg   |VB A (B 12.5m, 18.1", 58{deg}).
RS    Cyg   |VB A (B 7.09m, 132", 355{deg}; C 9.3m, 56", 106{deg}). Epoch of
RS    Cyg   |light minimum is given. The shape of the light curve strongly
RS    Cyg   |varies. Double maxima are sometimes observed (Min II at the phase
RS    Cyg   |0.5P).
RU    Cyg   |VB A (B 12.40m V, 10", 224{deg}; C 11.15m V, 19", 29{deg}).
RV    Cyg   |VB A (B 10m, 142", 118{deg}).
RY    Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6883.
RZ    Cyg   |The shape of the light curve strongly varies. Alternation of high
RZ    Cyg   |and low maxima, as well as of shallow and deep minima is observed,
RZ    Cyg   |as a rule: 9.8m <= Max <= 12.0m. 11.8m <= Min <= 14.1m.
SS    Cyg   |SB2 (P = 0.27512995d [08285]). During maxima of brightness there
SS    Cyg   |are oscillations of light and X-ray flux with amplitudes about
SS    Cyg   |0.002m V and periods changing between 7.29s and 10.90s [06102,
SS    Cyg   |09032].
SU    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2421278.503 + 3.845507d*E (JD2414250 - 29000) [01559];
SU    Cyg   |Max = 2433095.944 + 3.845664d*E (JD2429000 - 33150) [00921]; since
SU    Cyg   |JD2434500 - see Table.
SV    Cyg   |VB A (B 9.5m V, 145", 140{deg}).
SW    Cyg   |Min II 9.30; d(V) = 0.018P; d(U) = 0.00P. P var. Min I =
SW    Cyg   |2414782.448 + 4.572937d*E (JD2411340 - 16450); Min I = 2418440.758
SW    Cyg   |+ 4.5727923d*E (JD2417060 - 19740) [00063]; Min I = 2421504.489 +
SW    Cyg   |4.572729d*E (JD2421470 - 24970); Min I = 2425185.550 + 4.5728386d*E
SW    Cyg   |(JD2424960 - 29500); Min I = 2433160.669 + 4.5729841d*E (JD2433000
SW    Cyg   |- 36800) [09085]; Min I = 2438584.3081 + 4.57311736d*E (JD2438600 -
SW    Cyg   |40560) [09085]; since JD2441160 - see Table.
SY    Cyg   |d = 0.040P. Possible depth of Min II 0.03m. P var. Min I =
SY    Cyg   |2411659.568 + 6.00584d*E (JD2411600 - 17100); Min I = 2420001.571 +
SY    Cyg   |6.005716d*E (JD2418760 - 20760) [01961]; Min I = 2437069.254 +
SY    Cyg   |6.005626d*E (JD2432800 - 37070) [05416]. Mean elements given in the
SY    Cyg   |Table represent epochs of Min I in the interval JD2414400 - 37070
SY    Cyg   |up to +- 0.07d. According to [04248] the apsidal motion with the
SY    Cyg   |period ~46 years is possible.
SZ    Cyg   |[A/H] = 0.5. P var [02392]. Mean elements given in the Table
SZ    Cyg   |represent epochs of Max up to +- 0.5d. According to [09029] "the O
SZ    Cyg   |- C diagram has a sinusoidal structure as is to be expected for a
SZ    Cyg   |member of a binary system" with P orb = 65 years.
TT    Cyg   |VB A (B 10.8m V, 70", 213{deg}; C 11.1m V, 83", 49{deg}; D 10.7m V,
TT    Cyg   |94", 268{deg}).
TV    Cyg   |According to [03663] - spectrum G0.
TX    Cyg   |[A/H] = -0.2. P var. Max = 2436793.138 + 14.708157d*E (JD2415000 -
TX    Cyg   |37000); since JD2436700 - see Table.
UU    Cyg   |VB A (B 10.7m V, 3.6", 351{deg}).
UV    Cyg   |VB A (B 10.8m V, 0.9", 79{deg}).
UW    Cyg   |P var. Min I = 2419624.501 + 3.450797d*E (JD2410000 - 20750)
UW    Cyg   |[00526]; Min I = 2419624.501 + 3.450752d*E (JD2419620 - 33000); Min
UW    Cyg   |I = 2433848.508 + 3.450740d*E (JD2430000 - 41800); since JD2441800
UW    Cyg   |- see Table. Possible depth of Min II 0.05m.
UX    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2432444 + 560.3d*E (JD2415670 - 32450); Max = 2439352
UX    Cyg   |+ 578.0d*E (JD2432450 - 40500); since JD2437600 - see Table.
UX    Cyg   |Sometimes rapid light decreases on the ascending branch near Max
UX    Cyg   |are observed [01563,01564]. H2O, OH, SiO maser.
UY    Cyg   |{Delta}(S) = 3.8.
UZ    Cyg   |VB A (B 10.8m, 28", 130{deg}). d = 0.032P; Min II 10.31.
VV    Cyg   |Min II 13.2. P var? [03665].
VW    Cyg   |d = 0.035P; Min II 10.31. P var. Min I = 2417377.123 + 8.4305260d*E
VW    Cyg   |(JD2415660 - 17400); Min I = 2430444.061 + 8.4302826d*E (JD2417400
VW    Cyg   |- 30450); Min I = 2441116.868 + 8.4303917d*E + 4.31d*10**(-8)*E**2
VW    Cyg   |(JD2430450 - 41120) [07096]; since JD2440350 - see Table.
VX    Cyg   |[A/H] = 0.2. P var. There is a square term in the elemenmts
VX    Cyg   |+8.02d*10**(-7)*E**2.
VZ    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2437103.945 + 4.8645598d*E(JD2416000 - 41000); since
VZ    Cyg   |JD2434000 - see Table.
WW    Cyg   |d = 0.008P; Min II 10.16. P var [06144]. Mean elements: Min I =
WW    Cyg   |2416981.299 + 3.3176924d*E (JD2412000 - 31000) [00063]; since
WW    Cyg   |JD2431000 - see Table.
WZ    Cyg   |Min II 10.9.
XX    Cyg   |[Fe/H] = -0.49. P var. Max = 2430671.1010 + 0.134865026*E(2416560 -
XX    Cyg   |30000); since JD2430000 - see Table.
XZ    Cyg   |[Fe/H] = -1.2. P var. Max = 2417201.241 + 0.4665878*E -
XZ    Cyg   |0.000107d*10**(-6)*E**2 (JD2414000 - 35000) [02550]; Max =
XZ    Cyg   |2438562.796 + 0.466570d*E (JD2434000 - 39800); Max = 2440445.789 +
XZ    Cyg   |0.466497d*E (JD2439800 - 41000) [06237]; Max = 2441453.3856 +
XZ    Cyg   |0.4664731d*E (JD2441000 - 42500) [07424]; Max = 2443028.641 +
XZ    Cyg   |0.466438d*E (JD2442500 - 43800) [09101]; Max = 2444142.650 +
XZ    Cyg   |0.466649d*E (JD2443800 - 44200) [09102]; since JD2444100 - see
XZ    Cyg   |Table. Besides that the star has a strongly expressed Blazhko
XZ    Cyg   |effect; the period of Blazhko effect varies, too [07424,07425].
XZ    Cyg   |0.13P <= M - m <= 0.22P; 0.90m <= A(B) <= 1.70m, 0.70m <= A(B) <=
XZ    Cyg   |1.30m; -0.05P < O - C < +0.05; Max A = 2417025.5 + 57.401d*E
XZ    Cyg   |(JD2417000 - 38500); Max A = 2438881.7 + 58.387d*E (since
XZ    Cyg   |JD2438500).[09103]. After JD2444000 Blazhko effect period probably
XZ    Cyg   |decreased to 56.3d [09102].
ZZ    Cyg   |VB A (B 12.63m, 8.5", 43{deg}. Total brightness variation range is
ZZ    Cyg   |given. Min II 10.78. P var. Min I = 2417442.419 + 0.6286185d*E
ZZ    Cyg   |(JD2415000 - 25800) [07427]; since JD2427950 - see Table.
AA    Cyg   |S 6/3.
AC    Cyg   |H2O maser.
AD    Cyg   |S 5/5.
AE    Cyg   |d = 0.039P; Depth of Min II 0.06m.
AF    Cyg   |Light curve (1914 - 1956) [09104]. Two more independent
AF    Cyg   |oscillations are superimposed: P2 = 175.8d, P3 = 941.2d.
AK    Cyg   |VB A (B 11.06m, A7, 20", 85{deg}).
AV    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2420451.9 + 87.48d*E (JD2418782 - 24823); Max =
AV    Cyg   |2427936.3 + 89.73d*E (JD2426326 - 28745); Max = 2429440.9 +
AV    Cyg   |87.69d*E (JD2428820 - 31260); Max = 2436413.8 + 89.63d*E (JD2434610
AV    Cyg   |- 37130); since JD2437450 - see Table. 0.27P <= M - m <= 0.50P.
AX    Cyg   |VB A (B 10.2m, 18", 52{deg}).
AY    Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster Dolidze 2.
BB    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2426360 + 265.7d*E (JD2414900 - 26700); Max = 2433091
BB    Cyg   |+ 258.6d*E (JD2426700 - 35500); Max = 2438354 + 266.9d*E (JD35500 -
BB    Cyg   |40200) [09106]; since JD2439200 - see Table.
BF    Cyg   |P orb = 750d [05655]. Irregular light variations and sometimes
BF    Cyg   |observed brightenings by 2m - 3m are superimposed by semiregular
BF    Cyg   |oscillations with the cycle 755d [01039,08044].
BG    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2421190 + 290.35d*E (JD2421150 - 29950); Max = 2430546
BG    Cyg   |+ 307.3d*E (JD2429950 - 30850); Max = 2432872 + 289.5d*E (JD2430850
BG    Cyg   |- 34920); since JD2435100 - see Table.
BI    Cyg   |VB A (B 9.4m, 126", 110{deg}).
BO    Cyg   |D = 0.025P; Min II 12.0.
BR    Cyg   |D = 0.020P; Min II 9.58.
BS    Cyg   |SC 8/8. P var. Max = 2422655 + 420d*E (JD2422600 - 24750) [01161];
BS    Cyg   |Max = 2425181 + 431.4d*E (JD2424750 - 26500) [01171]; since
BS    Cyg   |JD2437500 - see Table.
BY    Cyg   |VB A (B 16m).
BZ    Cyg   |[A/H] = 0.1. Double maximum.
CD    Cyg   |[A/H] = 0.2. P var. There is a square term in the elements:
CD    Cyg   |+1.54d*10**(-6)*E**2.
CG    Cyg   |VB A (B 11.8m, 1.3", 306{deg}; 1979.7). 10.10 <= Min II <= 10.44. P
CG    Cyg   |var. Min I = 2422967.4248 + 0.63114347d*E (JD2422900 - 38500);
CG    Cyg   |since JD2439000 - see Table. Combined light range is given. Shape
CG    Cyg   |of the light curve varies [08848].
CH    Cyg   |Semiregular light variations with the mean cycle 97d; mean
CH    Cyg   |brightness varies with the cycle ~4700d [01169]. There are also a
CH    Cyg   |cycle 725d [08849], rapid oscillations (A <= 0.25m U) and flares
CH    Cyg   |[05350]. It is not excluded that the system is an eclipsing one
CH    Cyg   |[06499].
CI    Cyg   |d = 0.084P. Depth of eclipses ~0.8m. The eclipses of B star are
CI    Cyg   |observed. Usually there are light fluctuations near mean brightness
CI    Cyg   |( ~12.1m). The outbursts last some dozens and hundreds days. Light
CI    Cyg   |curves [06155,08044, 08850, 08851]. Emissions of H, He I, He II,
CI    Cyg   |[OIII], and N III.
CM    Cyg   |S 4/6.5e.
CU    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2422643 + 223.8d*E (JD2422600 - 26500); since
CU    Cyg   |JD2426500 - see Table.
CV    Cyg   |dI = 0.06P; Min II 11.33. P var. Min I = 2424458.348 + 0.9834523d*E
CV    Cyg   |(JD2414300 - 24500); since JD2424450 - see Table. Shape of the
CV    Cyg   |light curve and Min I depth vary.
CY    Cyg   |SC 2/7.5.
CZ    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2424500 + 284d*E (JD2424500 - 33600) [03122]; since
CZ    Cyg   |JD2432700 - see Table.
DD    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425465 + 148.30d*E (JD2424800 - 39000) [01149]; since
DD    Cyg   |JD2439000 - see Table.
DF    Cyg   |P var [01177,06107]. Mean brightness varies: Min = 2411292 +
DF    Cyg   |780.2d*E [01571].
DG    Cyg   |SiO maser?
DH    Cyg   |OH emission?
DK    Cyg   |dI = dII = 0.04P; Min II 10.90. P var. Shape of the light curve and
DK    Cyg   |depth of Min II vary.
DL    Cyg   |Min II 9.9.
DM    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425887.560 + 0.4198557d*E (JD2415200 - 25900)
DM    Cyg   |[03506]; Max = 2425887.5597 + 0.41985715d*E (JD2425880 - 29250)
DM    Cyg   |[00522]; Max = 2433872.420 + 0.41985842d*E (JD2429250 - 37900)
DM    Cyg   |[03506]; Max = 2438677.708 + 0.4198619d*E (JD2438600 - 41250)
DM    Cyg   |[07114]; since JD2441240 - see Table. There is also Blazhko effect
DM    Cyg   |with the elements: Max(O - C) = 2442978.97 + 26.01d*E [08853];
DM    Cyg   |-0.01 d< = O - C <= +0.01d. {Delta}(S) = 0.
DQ    Cyg   |P = 180d?
DT    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2424305.651 + 2.49913d*E (JD2424300 - 28500) [01183];
DT    Cyg   |Max = 2432792.893 + 2.49934d*E (JD2430000 - 36000); since JD2436000
DT    Cyg   |- see Table.
DV    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425476 + 146.7d*E (JD2415200 - 29200); since
DV    Cyg   |JD2432800 - see Table.
DW    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2427603 + 279.6d*E (JD2416700 - 33500); since
DW    Cyg   |JD2433500 - see Table.
DX    Cyg   |Min II 14.2; Min II - Min I = 0.515P; DI = 0.22P, DII = 0.12P.
DY    Cyg   |VB A (B 3", 218 {deg}, 2002). Slow oscillations are superimposed by
DY    Cyg   |rapid ones with A = 0.3m [03662]. According to [03148] type EB? Min
DY    Cyg   |= 2436659.531 + 0.6990d(:)*E (JD2436600 - 37000) [03148].
EE    Cyg   |Min II 14.5.
EF    Cyg   |142d <= P <= 175d.
EH    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2427608 + 276.90d*E (JD2416200 - 27610); since
EH    Cyg   |JD2427800 - see Table.
EI    Cyg   |Epoch of Max I is given; heights of Max I and Max II differ
EI    Cyg   |strongly, the depths of Min I and Min II are almost equal. Max I -
EI    Cyg   |Min I = 52d.
EK    Cyg   |Observations are represented by the elements in the interval
EK    Cyg   |JD2425200 - 37900 only.
EM    Cyg   |Mean cycle varies in the range 19d - 33d [04248,09111]. Depth of
EM    Cyg   |eclipses 0.25m V; elements of eclipsing system light variations:
EM    Cyg   |Min = 2437882.8595 + 0.29090950d*E - 21d*10**(-12)*E**2 [08854].
EM    Cyg   |Sometimes there are light oscillations with periods 14.6s - 21.2s
EM    Cyg   |and an amplitude up to 0.4% [06102,09112].
EN    Cyg   |d = 0.012P. P var. Min = 2425181.311 + 2.2148998d*E (JD2424880 -
EN    Cyg   |29600) [00332]; since JD2433500 - see Table.
ES    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425146 + 157d*E (JD2425000 - 29300) [00332]; since
ES    Cyg   |JD2432800 - see Table.
EV    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2427740 + 259.1d*E (JD2425100 - 29100); since
EV    Cyg   |JD2433500 - see Table. The position of the star in the chart in
EV    Cyg   |[00530] is wrong [00782].
EZ    Cyg   |P var? Shape of the light curve and the amplitude strongly vary;
EZ    Cyg   |0.40P < = M - m < = 0.48P.
FF    Cyg   |S 5.5/6-e.
FG    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2426955 + 456.0d*E (JD2416000 - 27000) [00001]; Max =
FG    Cyg   |2426955 + 458.8d*E (JD2426900 - 34300) [03122]; since JD2439200 -
FG    Cyg   |see Table.
FM    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425313 + 274d*E (JD2425300 - 29200) [00332]; since
FM    Cyg   |JD2429200 - see Table.
FN    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2429137 + 314.6d*E (JD2416200 - 29200) [00001]; since
FN    Cyg   |JD2432800 - see Table.
FO    Cyg   |A var. P var. Max = 2425193 + 156.6d*E (JD2425000 - 29200) [00332];
FO    Cyg   |since JD2432500 - see Table.
FR    Cyg   |Min II 14.0; d = 0.03P.
FT    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425184 + 156.7d*E (JD2425100 - 29200) [00332]. 83d <=
FT    Cyg   |P <= 187d (JD2432500 - 38000).
FY    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425172 + 194.d*E (JD2425100 - 29300) [00332]. 130d <=
FY    Cyg   |P< = 189d (JD2432500 - 38000).
GG    Cyg   |d = 0.079P; Min II 12.1.
GM    Cyg   |P var. Min = 2428754.305 + 4.745772d*E (JD2413200 - 33500) [01209];
GM    Cyg   |since JD2433500 - see Table.
GN    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425448 + 156d*E (JD2425400 - 27400) [01155]; since
GN    Cyg   |JD2427500 - see Table.
GO    Cyg   |Min II 8.73. P var. Intrinsic light variability of the components
GO    Cyg   |is possible [01210].
GS    Cyg   |P = 195d?
GT    Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.05m? P var?
GY    Cyg   |Secondary oscillation with P = 4000d and A(V) = 0.5m is possible.
GZ    Cyg   |Red.
HL    Cyg   |d = 0.02P.
HV    Cyg   |VB (Northern component).
HY    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425334 + 344d*E (JD2425300 - 29200) [00332]; since
HY    Cyg   |JD2432760 - LB?
II    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425150 + 82d*E (JD2425120 - 25550), Max = 2425475 +
II    Cyg   |94d*E (JD2425550 - 29250) [00332]; since JD2432500 77d <= P <= 99d.
IK    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425199 + 77.3d*E (JD2425000 - 29200) [00332]; since
IK    Cyg   |JD2432500 - see Table.
IT    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425305 + 67.4d*E (JD2425300 - 850) [00332]; since
IT    Cyg   |JD2432500 - see Table.
IU    Cyg   |B - V: +0.90, +1.45. P var. Max = 2429157.6 + 31.22266d*E
IU    Cyg   |(JD2417800 - 29250); Max = 2433601.3 + 31.1550d*E (JD2432700 -
IU    Cyg   |35400); since JD2435400 - see Table.
IV    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425470.406 + 0.33432871d*E (JD2425300 - 33120)
IV    Cyg   |[03506]; Max = 2434122.519 + 0.33433895d*E (JD2432700 - 40200)
IV    Cyg   |[04248]; since JD2440200 - see Table. Shape of the light curve
IV    Cyg   |varies: 0.10P <= M - m <= 0.20P.
IX    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425173 + 172d*E (JD2425000 - 25900) [00332]; since
IX    Cyg   |JD2428000 - see Table.
KL    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2437906 + 536.8d*E (JD2418500 - 38000) [00001]; since
KL    Cyg   |JD2438000 - see Table.
KP    Cyg   |{Delta}(S) = 0.
KR    Cyg   |Min II 9.37.
KU    Cyg   |Min II 11.15; d = 0.047P. Shape of the light curve varies.
KV    Cyg   |Min II 11.9.
KY    Cyg   |H2O, OH maser.
LN    Cyg   |Min II 14.3.
LO    Cyg   |Min II 13.3.
LX    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2432775 + 460.0d*E (JD2415000 - 33300) [01159]; since
LX    Cyg   |JD2437900 - see Table. SC 7/9-e - SC 8/8.5e.
MQ    Cyg   |VB A (B 17.5m B, 4.5", 122{deg}). P var. Max = 2432737 + 428.5d*E
MQ    Cyg   |(JD2414300 - 33300) [01229]; since JD2440000 - see Table.
MR    Cyg   |Min II 9.12; d = 0.030P; DII = 0.19P.
MU    Cyg   |Min II 14.4.
MY    Cyg   |Min II 8.99. Min II - Min I = 0.5021P.
MZ    Cyg   |P var. Max = 2427641.914 + 21.162460d*E + 0.10575d*10**(-3)*E**2
MZ    Cyg   |(JD2414900 - 37900) [03689]; since JD2443600 - see Table. Probably
MZ    Cyg   |it is an RV Tau type variable, and then the period should be
MZ    Cyg   |doubled [08862]. [A/H] = 0.1.
NQ    Cyg   |EW type is possible. Close to V736 Cyg.
NU    Cyg   |Min II 14.9.
NZ    Cyg   |Min II 14.2.
OS    Cyg   |P var.
OU    Cyg   |Min II 15.6.
OY    Cyg   |Star 23 - 30 [01321].
PP    Cyg   |Star G in the chart for VV245 [07749].
PR    Cyg   |Star 24 - 40 [01321].
PT    Cyg   |Star 23 - 55 [01321].
PU    Cyg   |Star 25 - 56 [01321].
PX    Cyg   |Star 35 - 78 [01321].
PY    Cyg   |Min II 15.2.
QS    Cyg   |Min II 13.3.
QT    Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
QU    Cyg   |Min II 15.1.
QW    Cyg   |Min II 14.1.
QX    Cyg   |Min II 14.5.
V0339 Cyg   |np component of a close binary.
V0340 Cyg   |Min II 14.5.
V0343 Cyg   |[A/H] = -0.2.
V0346 Cyg   |Companion 13.8m, 0.4' sf. Min II 11.9. P var. Min I = 2427270.241 +
V0346 Cyg   |2.743345d*E (JD2415000 - 32000); since JD2432000 - see Table.
V0348 Cyg   |According to [07516] EW type variable with large irregularities:
V0348 Cyg   |Min = 2441567.177 + 0.285768d*E (JD2441567 - 95).
V0355 Cyg   |Min II 14.3.
V0360 Cyg   |P var [06107]. Min I = 2429187.4 + 70.449d*E (JD2414600 - 34000)
V0360 Cyg   |[00580]; since JD2426000 - see Table.
V0366 Cyg   |Min II 10.2.
V0367 Cyg   |VB A (A 0.1", 50{deg}; B 13.7m, 2.3", 255{deg}). Min II 7.16. Shape
V0367 Cyg   |of the light curve and the radial velocity curve vary.
V0368 Cyg   |According to [00204] EB type (12.8m - 13.8m pg) with the elements:
V0368 Cyg   |Min I = 2425808.10 + 0.47586d*E (JD2425805 - 853).
V0369 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2438199 + 104.46d*E (JD2426000 - 38200); since
V0369 Cyg   |JD2438200 - see Table.
V0370 Cyg   |Min II 11.9. P var. Min I = 2425096.429 + 0.77453979d*E (JD2414400
V0370 Cyg   |- 30000); since JD2430000 - see Table.
V0371 Cyg   |Min II 12.5.
V0374 Cyg   |d = 0.03P.
V0380 Cyg   |Min II 5.76; Min II - Min I = 0.418P (1963). There are periodic
V0380 Cyg   |terms in the elements: +0.8916d*sin(38.8{deg} + 0.0082{deg}*E) -
V0380 Cyg   |0.0796d*sin(77.6{deg} + 0.0164{deg}*E) + 0.0088d*cos(26.4{deg} +
V0380 Cyg   |0.0246{deg}*E); Min II = 2441262.266 + 12.425612d*E -
V0380 Cyg   |0.8916d*sin(38.8{deg} + 0.0082{deg}*E) - 0.0796d*sin(77.6{deg} +
V0380 Cyg   |0.164{deg}*E) - 0.0088d cos (26.4{deg} + 0.0246{deg}*E). Apsidal
V0380 Cyg   |motion is possible with P = 1490 years.
V0382 Cyg   |VB A (B 11.5m, 11", 332{deg}). Min II 9.12. Shape of the light
V0382 Cyg   |curve and depth of Min II vary. P var. Min I = 2427992.458 +
V0382 Cyg   |1.885497d*E (JD2413480 - 29500) [01253]; since JD2428000 - see
V0382 Cyg   |Table.
V0385 Cyg   |Min II 12.4.
V0387 Cyg   |Min II 11.6.
V0388 Cyg   |Min II 9.15; d = 0.06P. P var. Min I = 2433584.540 + 0.8590507d*E
V0388 Cyg   |(JD2427600 - 37200); since JD2437200 - see Table.
V0389 Cyg   |VB A (B 8.0m, 3.4", 305{deg}, 1980). SB (P = 3.313168d); Turns
V0389 Cyg   |around the invisible third companion with P = 154.09d. According to
V0389 Cyg   |[01256] the light varies with two alternate periods P1 and P2. The
V0389 Cyg   |first oscillation (P1) with A = 0.19m satisfies the elements: Max =
V0389 Cyg   |2423298.460 + 1.12912d*E, the second (P2) with A = 0.05m - the
V0389 Cyg   |elements: Max = 2429162.080 + 1.19328d*E. each of them continues
V0389 Cyg   |for 1 - 3 weeks. At the transition from one oscillation to the
V0389 Cyg   |other irregular light variations are sometimes observed or almost
V0389 Cyg   |constant brightness. At the renewal of each oscillation its phase
V0389 Cyg   |remains unchanged, experiencing no shift. According to [08909] in
V0389 Cyg   |1975 - 1977 periodicity was not observed.
V0393 Cyg   |d = 0.02P.
V0401 Cyg   |Min II 11.13. P var. Min I = 2432881.277 + 0.582717d*E (JD2428800 -
V0401 Cyg   |34000); since JD2434000 - see Table.
V0402 Cyg   |VB A (B 20", 90{deg}).
V0407 Cyg   |VB A (B 14.0m, 8", 190{deg}). Light variations of the Mira type
V0407 Cyg   |variable are superimposed by the outburst of the probable nova
V0407 Cyg   |which occured near JD2428400 (1936) with the consequent slow light
V0407 Cyg   |decrease. Combined spectrum.
V0411 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2421075 + 321d*E (JD2421000 - 31100) [01262]; since
V0411 Cyg   |JD2431100 - see Table.
V0416 Cyg   |Red.
V0425 Cyg   |Description of the spectrum and its variations [02685,03149].
V0427 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2425471 + 143d*E (JD2425400 - 5950) [01155]; since
V0427 Cyg   |JD2433850 - see Table.
V0429 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6883.
V0430 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6883. Max = 2425544 + 258d*E
V0430 Cyg   |(JD2425500 - 27400) [01155].
V0432 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster Dolidze 3.
V0439 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster Berkeley 87 = OCL 161.
V0441 Cyg   |Epoch of Min I is given.
V0442 Cyg   |Min II 10.4:, d = 0.01P:. According to [08721] the period given in
V0442 Cyg   |[00525] must be doubled.
V0443 Cyg   |There is a periodic term in the elements: -0.016d*sin(0.00105*E).
V0444 Cyg   |In the H II region S 109. Min II 8.06; D II = 0.10P. P var. Min I =
V0444 Cyg   |2430856.453 + 4.21238d*E (JD2415000 - 30000) [00007]; since
V0444 Cyg   |JD2430000 - see Table.
V0445 Cyg   |P var. Min = 2425527.391 + 1.947833d*E (JD2425500 - 34700) [01155];
V0445 Cyg   |since JD2434700 - see Table.
V0447 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6871.
V0448 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6871. Min II 8.40.
V0450 Cyg   |The light curve resembles that of DQ Her.
V0453 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6871. Min II 8.68; d = 0.03P;
V0453 Cyg   |Min II - Min I = 0.5077P. [07518]. According to [07518] there is
V0453 Cyg   |apsidal motion with P = 71 years.
V0454 Cyg   |Min II 12.3. In the region of the open cluster IC 4996.
V0455 Cyg   |Min II 10.9. P var. Min I = 2431151.908 + 8.7689331d*E (JD2426800 -
V0455 Cyg   |33950) [01286]; since JD2436800 - see Table.
V0456 Cyg   |Min II 11.4; Min II - Min I = 0.518P. P var?
V0457 Cyg   |Min II 13.9.
V0458 Cyg   |Min II 14.2.
V0461 Cyg   |PB ~7000d? [08251].
V0462 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2428540 + 376.0d*E (JD2416000 - 35200); since
V0462 Cyg   |JD2435200 - see Table.
V0463 Cyg   |Min II 10.65; Min II - Min I = 0.514P.
V0465 Cyg   |There is a close companion of 17.5m.
V0466 Cyg   |Min II 11.4.
V0469 Cyg   |Min II 12.9; Min II - Min I = 0.57P.
V0470 Cyg   |Min II 8.545.
V0471 Cyg   |S 5.5/5.5.
V0473 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2430615 + 218.5d*E (JD2418000 - 31000) [00346]; since
V0473 Cyg   |JD2442300 - see Table.
V0474 Cyg   |d = 0.014P.
V0477 Cyg   |Min II 8.69; D II = 0.09P; d = 0.003P. P var. Min I = 2429194.309 +
V0477 Cyg   |2.3470011d*E (JD2410000 - 29200) [00001]; Min I = 2437317.2695 +
V0477 Cyg   |2.3469943d*E (JD2429200 - 39700) [08919]; since JD2439700 - see
V0477 Cyg   |Table. Apsidal motion with Pi = 349 years; E = 0.302 [06175].
V0477 Cyg   |0.331P (1965 - 1970) <= Min II - Min I < = 0.460P (1904).
V0478 Cyg   |VB A (B 12.8m, 4", 259{deg}. Min II 9.02; Min II - Min I = 0.5072P.
V0482 Cyg   |VB A (B 14.4m V, M4 III, 8", 225{deg}).
V0483 Cyg   |Min II 11.9.
V0484 Cyg   |Min II 13.6.
V0486 Cyg   |Min II 14.3.
V0488 Cyg   |Min II 13.0.
V0490 Cyg   |Min II 13.5; Min II - Min I = 0.47P.
V0491 Cyg   |Min II 14.7.
V0493 Cyg   |Min II 12.9.
V0494 Cyg   |Min II 13.6.
V0496 Cyg   |Min II 12.5.
V0498 Cyg   |Min II 10.27.
V0500 Cyg   |VB B (A 11.5m; 18", 45{deg}). Min II 12.0.
V0501 Cyg   |Min II 13.1; d = 0.02P.
V0502 Cyg   |Min II 14.2.
V0505 Cyg   |Min II 12.0.
V0509 Cyg   |d = 0.05P.
V0512 Cyg   |Min II 11.5. There is a periodic term in the elements:
V0512 Cyg   |+0.065d*sin(0.2105263{deg}*(E + 538)).
V0513 Cyg   |Min II 12.6.
V0519 Cyg   |Min II 13.4.
V0520 Cyg   |VB A (B 15", 135{deg}).
V0525 Cyg   |d = 0.03P:.
V0526 Cyg   |Min II 13.1. In the region of the open cluster TGC 7039.
V0532 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2434618.158 + 3.283651d*E (JD2427900 - 35000); Max =
V0532 Cyg   |2436817.694 + 3.282792d*E (JD2435000 - 38700); since JD2438700 -
V0532 Cyg   |see Table.
V0536 Cyg   |d = 0.010P.
V0538 Cyg   |B - V: +1.17, +1.50.
V0539 Cyg   |P2 = 1500d.
V0541 Cyg   |Min II 10.9; DII = 0.012P; Min II - Min I = 0.453P.
V0544 Cyg   |P var?
V0546 Cyg   |Min II 15.2:; Min II - Min I = 0.48P; d = 0.077P. In the dark
V0546 Cyg   |nebula Barnard 144.
V0547 Cyg   |B - V: +1.27, +1.73. In the dark nebula Barnard 144.
V0548 Cyg   |Min II 8.62. P var. Min I = 2442279.3838 + 1.80524695d*E (JD2430800
V0548 Cyg   |- 42300) [08930]; since JD2442300 - see Table.
V0563 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2427590 + 295.4d*E (JD2426000 - 30250); since
V0563 Cyg   |JD2430250 - see Table.
V0567 Cyg   |d = 0.036P.
V0581 Cyg   |Red.
V0586 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7039.
V0588 Cyg   |VB A (B 18m, 15", 0{deg}). Very Red.
V0589 Cyg   |VB.
V0606 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2428376.7 + 50.245d*E (JD2427950 - 31330) [01262];
V0606 Cyg   |since JD2437100 - see Table.
V0612 Cyg   |Cycles of 50 - 100d (JD2427950 - 31330) [01262]; since JD2437100 -
V0612 Cyg   |see Table.
V0614 Cyg   |Min II 14.5.
V0618 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster TGC 7092.
V0622 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7092.
V0628 Cyg   |Min II 12.5.
V0635 Cyg   |Min II 13.5.
V0643 Cyg   |P var. Elements given in the Table are valid in the interval
V0643 Cyg   |JD2427950 - 31330.
V0644 Cyg   |VB A (B 15.6m, 6", 141{deg}; C 16.3m, 6", 141{deg}).
V0645 Cyg   |Observed as the bright nebular condensation with ~2" diameter
V0645 Cyg   |scattering light of an O8 star associated with it but invisible
V0645 Cyg   |because of absorption. A part of strongly polarized bipolar nebula
V0645 Cyg   |with diameter about 10". There are strong emission lines of H, Fe
V0645 Cyg   |II, [OI], [SII], etc. In the spectrum [08942,09129]. H2O maser
V0645 Cyg   |source. Infrared source CRL 2789.
V0651 Cyg   |Min II 14.7.
V0652 Cyg   |Min II 12.1.
V0664 Cyg   |d = 0.05P.
V0666 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2427965 + 236d*E (JD2427950 - 31350) [01262]; since
V0666 Cyg   |JD2433400 - see Table.
V0670 Cyg   |sp component of a close binary.
V0680 Cyg   |Min II 10.3.
V0685 Cyg   |VB.
V0687 Cyg   |Min II 10.4. P var?
V0688 Cyg   |d = 0.029P.
V0690 Cyg   |d = 0.021P.
V0691 Cyg   |d <= 0.034P.
V0692 Cyg   |Min II 14.9?
V0693 Cyg   |Min II 14.4?
V0694 Cyg   |d = 0.017P.
V0695 Cyg   |31 Cyg. Probably enters a common system with V1488 Cyg (32 Cyg). VB
V0695 Cyg   |A (B 13.0m, 36.8", 332{deg}; C 6.99m, 107.0", 174{deg}; D 5.0m,
V0695 Cyg   |338", 323{deg}). d = 0.0151P. Interferometric binary eclipsing
V0695 Cyg   |system (A = 0.08", E = 0.15 [01582]; 0.035", 141.8{deg}, 1980.4).
V0695 Cyg   |The epoch of eclipse of the component of the spectral type B4 by
V0695 Cyg   |the component of the type K4 is given in the Table. The amplitude
V0695 Cyg   |strongly varies depending upon the wavelength: A({lambda} 6560 A) =
V0695 Cyg   |0.03m, A({lambda} 3530 A) = 1.80m [09131].
V0696 Cyg   |Mean magnitude varies with P = 1600d.
V0700 Cyg   |Min II 12.3. P var. Min I = 2432028.863 + 0.340047d*E (JD2431700 -
V0700 Cyg   |37500) [05352]; since JD2437500 - see Table.
V0704 Cyg   |Min II 14.2.
V0706 Cyg   |Min II 13.9.
V0713 Cyg   |Min II 15.1.
V0720 Cyg   |P var. Min I = 2427611 + 332d*E (JD2429450 - 32000) [00798]; since
V0720 Cyg   |JD2432500 - see Table.
V0726 Cyg   |Min II 12.8; d = 0.018P.
V0728 Cyg   |P var. Min = 2425760.475 + 2.0601256d*E (JD2425500 - 35000)
V0728 Cyg   |[00164]; since JD2439700 - see Table.
V0729 Cyg   |VB A (B 13.5m, 1.5", 65{deg}). Min II 9.29. P var. Min I =
V0729 Cyg   |2434264.638 + 6.597700d*E (JD2428700 - 37900) [00001]; since
V0729 Cyg   |JD2439750 - see Table.
V0731 Cyg   |VB.
V0735 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V0736 Cyg   |Min II 16.5. Close to NQ Cyg.
V0737 Cyg   |Star 23 - 50 [01321].
V0739 Cyg   |Star 36 - 81 [01321].
V0741 Cyg   |d = 0.03P.
V0742 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2429409.448 + 0.93979d*E (JD2428420 - 30700) [08977];
V0742 Cyg   |Max = 2431489.580 + 0.94010d*E (JD2430250 - 32350); Max =
V0742 Cyg   |2433282.014 + 0.93979d*E (JD2432350 - 33650); since JD2433650 - see
V0742 Cyg   |Table. According to [08977] since JD2430700 the observations are
V0742 Cyg   |better represented by the elements: Max = 2432943.701 +
V0742 Cyg   |0.93977897d*E - 1.067d*10**(-7)*E**2.
V0747 Cyg   |The intervals between maxima of brightness are 2000 - 4000d. Not
V0747 Cyg   |red.
V0751 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070. SB (P = 0.25d [09132]). Rapid
V0751 Cyg   |small variations near maximum of brightness (B - V = +0.25) are
V0751 Cyg   |superimposed sometimes by deep minima lasting for some hundreds
V0751 Cyg   |days [02699]. Soft X-ray source [09133]. Spectrum description
V0751 Cyg   |[02698,09132].
V0752 Cyg   |B - V = +0.77, U - B = -0.47.
V0753 Cyg   |d = 0.12P. P = 0.952374d?
V0757 Cyg   |Red.
V0758 Cyg   |P = 400d?
V0759 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2434513.427 + 0.36001476d*E (JD2414430 - 34570)
V0759 Cyg   |[03506]; since JD2434500 - see Table. Blazhko effect.
V0779 Cyg   |Type RR?
V0781 Cyg   |P var?
V0783 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2433261.029 + 0.62069487d*E (JD2424690 - 34000); since
V0783 Cyg   |JD2438970 - see Table.
V0786 Cyg   |Usually in minimum brightness, with rapid brightenings by 0.5m -
V0786 Cyg   |1.0m. In the interval JD2427692 - 697 the brightness was 13.5m.
V0789 Cyg   |P var? [Fe/H] = -0.91.
V0795 Cyg   |sf component of a close pair.
V0796 Cyg   |Min II 11.4.
V0797 Cyg   |Min 15.4.
V0799 Cyg   |P var.
V0801 Cyg   |There is a square term in the elements: +1.93d*10**(-10)*E**2.
V0802 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2432779.9342 + 0.59560377d*E (JD2425480 - 35170)
V0802 Cyg   |[02775]; Max = 2439415.263 + 0.5955638d*E (JD2435950 - 40000)
V0802 Cyg   |[09266]. Max = 2440036.409 + 0.595447d*E (JD2440000 - 41000); Max =
V0802 Cyg   |2441517.498 + 0.595635d*E (JD2441000 - 42500); since JD2442500 -
V0802 Cyg   |see Table. Shape of the light curve varies (0.13P <= M - m <=
V0802 Cyg   |0.50P); period variations are accompanied sometimes by strong
V0802 Cyg   |variations of amplitude (in the interval JD2440000 - 41000; 0.3m <=
V0802 Cyg   |A <= 1.7m).
V0803 Cyg   |Min II 14.5.
V0806 Cyg   |Min II 15.0; DII = 0.061P.
V0807 Cyg   |Min II 14.9.
V0808 Cyg   |Brightness in maximum varies.
V0809 Cyg   |Min II 13.6; DII = 0.069P.
V0810 Cyg   |d = 0.050P. Depth of Min II 0.05m. P var?
V0817 Cyg   |sp component of the pair.
V0818 Cyg   |Shape of the light curve and period vary.
V0821 Cyg   |Min II 15.6.
V0822 Cyg   |Min II 13.0.
V0824 Cyg   |Min II 14.3.
V0825 Cyg   |Min II 16.9. Min II = 2433871.915 + 7.709015d*E.
V0826 Cyg   |Min II 14.7.
V0828 Cyg   |Min II 10.12.
V0832 Cyg   |VB A (B 9.43m, 20", 352{deg}; C 11.62m, 27", 141{deg}; D 12.72m,
V0832 Cyg   |38", 220{deg}). description of spectral variations [09135].
V0836 Cyg   |Min II 8.77. P var. Min I = 2426547.5224 + 0.65341090d*E (JD2425500
V0836 Cyg   |- 42000) [03869]; since JD2441200 - see Table. Shape of the light
V0836 Cyg   |curve varies.
V0840 Cyg   |LS II 28.3{deg} [08090]. Cycles 250 - 300d.
V0841 Cyg   |Min II 11.2.
V0842 Cyg   |Min II 14.1.
V0844 Cyg   |VB A (B 17.8m, 2.9", 50{deg}).
V0850 Cyg   |Min II 11.8. P var. Min I = 2430587.263 + 4.5578d*E (JD2428750 -
V0850 Cyg   |30590) [04253]; since JD2434330 - see Table.
V0851 Cyg   |d = 0.017P?
V0852 Cyg   |Min II 14.9.
V0853 Cyg   |Min II 14.2.
V0856 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0857 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
V0859 Cyg   |Min II 12.1.
V0865 Cyg   |Min II 14.6.
V0866 Cyg   |Min II 13.9.
V0869 Cyg   |Min II 14.8. Shape of the light curve varies.
V0870 Cyg   |Min II 15.8.
V0871 Cyg   |Min II 14.9.
V0873 Cyg   |Min II 14.7. Min II - Min I = 0.48P.
V0874 Cyg   |Min II 13.8.
V0877 Cyg   |Min II 12.9.
V0880 Cyg   |Min II 14.1; Min II - Min I = 0.506P; d = 0.02P.
V0881 Cyg   |{Delta}(S) is small [09037].
V0882 Cyg   |[Fe/H] = -1.42.
V0884 Cyg   |np component of a pair. Min II 14.2.
V0885 Cyg   |Min II 10.2.
V0886 Cyg   |Min II 14.1; Min II - Min I = 0.515P.
V0887 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
V0888 Cyg   |Min II 15.9.
V0889 Cyg   |Min II 10.4.
V0891 Cyg   |Min II 9.4.
V0892 Cyg   |Min II 15.5. nf component of a close pair.
V0900 Cyg   |Min II 15.2.
V0902 Cyg   |d = 0.02P. Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0906 Cyg   |Min II 15.7.
V0907 Cyg   |Min II 14.9. According to [04427] Min I = 2435066.257 +
V0907 Cyg   |0.54138554d*E.
V0908 Cyg   |nf component of a close pair. Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V0909 Cyg   |Min II 9.66.
V0910 Cyg   |Min II 14.2; d = 0.02P.
V0911 Cyg   |Min II 14.6. P var? Min I = 2432120.251 + 3.42262215d*E (JD2415500
V0911 Cyg   |- 37900) [04761]; since JD2437100 - see Table.
V0912 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0913 Cyg   |VB A (B 17m, 0{deg}).
V0920 Cyg   |A var. Blazhko effect?
V0922 Cyg   |d = 0.02P:.
V0924 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2435706.776 + 5.5709816d*E (JD2432760 - 38000)
V0924 Cyg   |[08053]; since JD2438000 - see Table.
V0925 Cyg   |Min II 16.0.
V0927 Cyg   |Epoch of Min brightness is given.
V0928 Cyg   |Min II 15.4.
V0931 Cyg   |Min II 14.5.
V0932 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V0934 Cyg   |Min II 13.7.
V0936 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0939 Cyg   |Min II 12.5.
V0940 Cyg   |Min II 15.1.
V0941 Cyg   |Min II 13.2.
V0942 Cyg   |VB A (B ~10{deg}, C ~110{deg}).
V0944 Cyg   |np component of pair.
V0947 Cyg   |Min II 15.0.
V0948 Cyg   |Min II 15.2.
V0949 Cyg   |Red.
V0955 Cyg   |Min II 15.3. sp component of a close pair.
V0956 Cyg   |Min II 15.1. sp component of a close pair.
V0957 Cyg   |Min II 12.6.
V0958 Cyg   |P = 199d?
V0959 Cyg   |Min II 11.4; Min II - Min I = 0.52P; DII = 0.16P:. sp component of
V0959 Cyg   |a close pair.
V0961 Cyg   |Min II 12.4; Min II - Min I = 0.505P.
V0962 Cyg   |d = 0.02P:.
V0964 Cyg   |Min II 14.4.
V0965 Cyg   |Min II 14.9. Type RRC? P = 0.32028628d?
V0970 Cyg   |Min II 14.8.
V0974 Cyg   |Min II 12.5; Min II - Min I = 0.462P. Min II = 2435373.398 +
V0974 Cyg   |3.204418d*E.
V0979 Cyg   |Min II 14.7.
V0981 Cyg   |Min II 15.0.
V0982 Cyg   |Red.
V0997 Cyg   |[Fe/H] = -0.77.
V1004 Cyg   |Min II 13.0.
V1007 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V1008 Cyg   |Min II 16.0.
V1010 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
V1011 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V1012 Cyg   |Min II 15.4.
V1016 Cyg   |Before the outburst in 1964 the brightness changed between 15.0m
V1016 Cyg   |and 17.5m pg [05701], the spectral type was late Me {alpha}
V1016 Cyg   |[01222]. In the 1964 - 67 the brightness increased from 16.0m to
V1016 Cyg   |11.2m B. In 1967 - 69 the brightness steadily increased to 10.05m
V1016 Cyg   |B, being constant in V system (10.5m). In the infrared it changes
V1016 Cyg   |in the limits 6.9 - 8.4 J, 4.7 - 5.8 K with the period 470d
V1016 Cyg   |[07174,09141]. High excitation emission spectrum with strong IR
V1016 Cyg   |excess resembles that of symbiotic variables [09142]. X-ray and
V1016 Cyg   |radio source.
V1018 Cyg   |Min II 11.6.
V1021 Cyg   |Min II 14.3.
V1023 Cyg   |Min II 12.9; d = 0.03P:. DII = 0.14P. Min II - Min I = 0.495P.
V1024 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V1030 Cyg   |Elements given in the Table are valid in the interval JD2426600 -
V1030 Cyg   |32300.
V1033 Cyg   |P var.
V1034 Cyg   |Min II 9.9.
V1035 Cyg   |P var?
V1037 Cyg   |Min II 14.8.
V1038 Cyg   |VB B (9.4", 215{deg}, 1963). Min II 15.5.
V1039 Cyg   |Min II 15.6.
V1042 Cyg   |VB A (B 10m, 53", 110{deg}). In HII region S 109.
V1044 Cyg   |Min II 16.5.
V1045 Cyg   |Min II 16.0.
V1047 Cyg   |d = 0.02P.
V1053 Cyg   |d = 0.05P.
V1057 Cyg   |In the dark nebula, in the region of the North America nebula (NGC
V1057 Cyg   |7000). In 1969 - 70 (JD2440400 - 830) the outburst from 16.5m to
V1057 Cyg   |10.3m occured. Brightness maximum was observed at JD2440830
V1057 Cyg   |(spectrum - B3). Before the outburst the light changed in the range
V1057 Cyg   |15.5m - 16.5m, the spectral type was Ke with characteristic
V1057 Cyg   |features of T Tau type stars [02698,06415]. After the outburst the
V1057 Cyg   |brightness began to weaken monotonouosly and in 1982 reached 13.1m
V1057 Cyg   |B (the spectral type about G2 - G5 Ib). Strong H{alpha} emission
V1057 Cyg   |appeared in 1971. There are also small rapid light fluctuations.
V1057 Cyg   |Description of light variations [06504,07115, 07754, 08996]. The
V1057 Cyg   |star is associated with a luminous arc-shaped reflection nebula.
V1057 Cyg   |This nebula with length of about 3' appeared in 1971 and its
V1057 Cyg   |brightness is gradually decreasing simultaneously with the fading
V1057 Cyg   |of the star.
V1061 Cyg   |Min II 9.5.
V1063 Cyg   |P var. Max = 2428260 + 339d*E (JD2428260 - 30700); since JD2433500
V1063 Cyg   |- see Table.
V1064 Cyg   |Min II 15.3.
V1068 Cyg   |Min II 11.2; d = 0.070P. A migrating wavelike distorsion with an
V1068 Cyg   |amplitude ~0.1m V is being observed outside eclipses [08999].
V1073 Cyg   |Min II 8.57.
V1074 Cyg   |Min II 14.8.
V1083 Cyg   |Min II 11.2.
V1085 Cyg   |Observations given in [07010] contradict the elements given in
V1085 Cyg   |[07193]: Min = 2437856.592 + 2.8089d*E.
V1096 Cyg   |d = 0.03P.
V1102 Cyg   |Radio-quiet N galaxy. Absorption spectrum without emission lines; z
V1102 Cyg   |= 0.0272.
V1111 Cyg   |Blazhko effect is possible.
V1122 Cyg   |Blazhko effect is possible.
V1130 Cyg   |Min II 12.9.
V1136 Cyg   |Min II 13.2. Eccentric orbit (E = 0.3). Apsidal motion is possible
V1136 Cyg   |[08051].
V1141 Cyg   |Min II 11.8.
V1142 Cyg   |Min II 13.4.
V1143 Cyg   |Min II 6.06; Min II - Min I = 0.743P; d = 0.002P.
V1157 Cyg   |Min II 13.6.
V1158 Cyg   |d = 0.02P; Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V1161 Cyg   |d = 0.01P.
V1162 Cyg   |Only one Max was observed (see Table). Thereafter - either
V1162 Cyg   |invisible, or fairly constant (17.6m - 17.8m). Bluish.
V1171 Cyg   |VB A (B 11.0m, 0.34", 71.2{deg}; 1979.5). Min II 10.3.
V1175 Cyg   |Min II 16.5. P var. Min I = 2434629.545 + 1.3330d*E (JD2426620 -
V1175 Cyg   |34630); since JD2434635 - see Table.
V1176 Cyg   |VB. Variable is probably the northern red component.
V1187 Cyg   |In the nebula IC 1318B. Min II 11.19. P = 3.7675d?
V1188 Cyg   |Min II 14.3.
V1189 Cyg   |Min II 13.7. P var. Min I = 2437906.516 + 1.041908d*E (JD2426620 -
V1189 Cyg   |31240); since JD2437906 - see Table.
V1191 Cyg   |In the nebula IC 1318B. VB A (B 13m, 11", 299{deg}; C 13m, 11",
V1191 Cyg   |284{deg}). Min II 11.11. Shape of the light curve varies.
V1193 Cyg   |Min II 14.3.
V1196 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V1200 Cyg   |Min II 16.1:.
V1210 Cyg   |Red.
V1212 Cyg   |Red.
V1218 Cyg   |VB A (B 17m, sf).
V1225 Cyg   |VB A (B 16m V, B - V = +1.3m, 1.2", 270{deg}; C 15.0m V, B - V =
V1225 Cyg   |+0.5m, 2.4", 270{deg}); P var? Max = 2428250 + 384.2d*E (JD2428200
V1225 Cyg   |- 38250) [03160]; since JD2438500 - see Table.
V1236 Cyg   |Red.
V1255 Cyg   |Brightness in Max varies in the range 15.2m - 16.0m with possible
V1255 Cyg   |elements: Max = 2439382.281 + 0.28619537d*E.
V1256 Cyg   |Min II 14.1.
V1273 Cyg   |Min II 16.5.
V1275 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6819.
V1281 Cyg   |Min II 15.4.
V1285 Cyg   |Red.
V1302 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V1305 Cyg   |Min II 11.5m - 11.7m (var).
V1307 Cyg   |Considerable dispersion of mean light curve points.
V1315 Cyg   |Min II 15.3.
V1316 Cyg   |(P) > 100d.
V1318 Cyg   |LkH {alpha} 225. Associated with a cometary nebula.
V1321 Cyg   |P = 0.7281802d?
V1322 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6913.
V1326 Cyg   |Min II 11.8; Min II - Min I = 0.53P.
V1327 Cyg   |Very red.
V1329 Cyg   |In 1891 - 1964 light variations in the range 14.2m - 15.5m with
V1329 Cyg   |deep minima to 18m; the minima are satisfied by the elements given
V1329 Cyg   |in the Table; D = 0.1p; spectral type M [07235]. In 1964 - the
V1329 Cyg   |outburst up to 12.1m. Then gradual brightness decrease superimposed
V1329 Cyg   |by periodical variations with an amplitude near 1m. Light minima as
V1329 Cyg   |before are satisfied by the elements given in the Table but the
V1329 Cyg   |character of eclipses changed (probably because of appearance of a
V1329 Cyg   |dense envelope ejected by one of the components of the system).
V1329 Cyg   |After the outburst high excitation emission spectrum with IR excess
V1329 Cyg   |is observed similar to the spectrum of symbiotic variables.
V1331 Cyg   |Associated with a cometary nebula.
V1334 Cyg   |VB A (B 7.9m, B5 - B8, 0.13", 26.1{deg}, 1975).
V1336 Cyg   |According to [07010], RR? P = 0.5d?
V1341 Cyg   |Cyg X-2. SB1. Halo object ({nu} = -220 km/s). Strong reflection
V1341 Cyg   |effect changes the spectral type of the F component. Spectral line
V1341 Cyg   |profiles vary. The lines of He II, KCa II, C III,and N III are in
V1341 Cyg   |emission. The system has low and high states. During the low state
V1341 Cyg   |the mean light curve is a double wave with the range 15.1m - 15.4m
V1341 Cyg   |B. Epoch of Min I given in the Table corresponds to the F star in
V1341 Cyg   |superior conjunction; Min II 15.4. The eclipse of the accretion
V1341 Cyg   |disk at the phase 0.5P in partial. Rapid light variability by 0.1m
V1341 Cyg   |in 10 minutes and by 0.5m in several hours is superimposed. In the
V1341 Cyg   |high states lasting for ~10d the mean light increases by 0.5m.
V1341 Cyg   |Radio source at 8085 MHz, source of soft and hard X-ray emission
V1341 Cyg   |from 0.1 to 60 KeV.
V1345 Cyg   |Min II 15.0:.
V1354 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V1356 Cyg   |Min II 10.4.
V1357 Cyg   |Cyg X-1. SB1. The epoch of the inferior conjunction of the optical
V1357 Cyg   |component is given in the Table. Min II 8.88. The shape of the
V1357 Cyg   |light curve varies; Min II sometimes are not observed. The
V1357 Cyg   |periodicity in the light curve variations as well as in
V1357 Cyg   |polarization changes is possible with P = 78.4d [09021,09022].
V1357 Cyg   |Rapidly variable X-ray source in wide range up to 3 MeV
V1357 Cyg   |characterized by the change of high and low states. Light and X-ray
V1357 Cyg   |variation with P = 294d is also detected [09154,09156]. Variable
V1357 Cyg   |and flare radio source at 2695 and 8085 MHz.
V1372 Cyg   |P2 = 360d?.
V1374 Cyg   |Min II 17.7.
V1384 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6913.
V1396 Cyg   |VB AB (10.26m V, 12.3m V; A = 0.1127", P = 29.33 Y [09026]); {mu} =
V1396 Cyg   |0.67", P = 113{deg}; A-SB 2 (mAb - mAa = 0.6m, P = 3.275631d
V1396 Cyg   |[09025]). Probably all the three components of the system are
V1396 Cyg   |variables of the UV Cet type, and according to [05716] also of the
V1396 Cyg   |BY Dra type. The range of combined brightness of the system is
V1396 Cyg   |given in the Table. Really the flare of AB component was observed
V1396 Cyg   |in the spectrograms [09025].
V1401 Cyg   |Min II 13.6.
V1410 Cyg   |P > 400d.
V1411 Cyg   |P = 1.553478d?
V1412 Cyg   |Min II 15.5.
V1414 Cyg   |Northern component of a close pair; d = 0.04P.
V1416 Cyg   |Min II 14.7.
V1417 Cyg   |Min II 13.1.
V1421 Cyg   |In the region of the planetary nebula NGC 6857 = K3 - 50.
V1425 Cyg   |Depth of Min II 0.31m.
V1427 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster M39.
V1429 Cyg   |Min II 15.3.
V1430 Cyg   |Min II 15.0.
V1436 Cyg   |Min II 15.9, D II = 0.08P; Min II - Min I = 0.48P.
V1437 Cyg   |Min II 16.0.
V1440 Cyg   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6819.
V1465 Cyg   |Resembles an eclipsing variable.
V1478 Cyg   |VB A (B 17m:, 3", 80{deg}). Compact radio source. extended
V1478 Cyg   |structure centered at the star is observed at 5 Ghz. Bq [] star
V1478 Cyg   |with the excess of infrared radiation of dust at T = 300{deg}K.
V1478 Cyg   |Description of the spectrum [07080,07081, 07523, 09159, 09160].
V1479 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1481 Cyg   |Min II 12.5. In the region of the open cluster NGC 7128.
V1485 Cyg   |Identical to VES 28, as it follows from latter star's coordinates
V1485 Cyg   |and magnitudes in [7095], but the star is actually invisible in the
V1485 Cyg   |chart in [7095], where a faint companion, to 0.4'N of the variable,
V1485 Cyg   |is erroneously marked. Similarly, it is identical to +29{deg} 104,
V1485 Cyg   |judging from the latter star's photometry and spectral type from
V1485 Cyg   |[4732]; however, the star is plotted slightly offset (by 0.8' to E)
V1485 Cyg   |in the chart in [4732].
V1488 Cyg   |32 Cyg. Probably enters a common system with V695 Cyg (31 Cyg). D =
V1488 Cyg   |0.015P, 0 < d < 0.011P. P var. Min I = 2420670.0 + 1140.1d*E
V1488 Cyg   |(JD2411400 - 29700). Since JD2429700 - see Table. The epoch of the
V1488 Cyg   |eclipse of the B4 type Component by the K5 type component is given.
V1488 Cyg   |There is also small physical light variability of the K component
V1488 Cyg   |[08896,09161]. Depth of eclipses depends of {lambda}: 0.04M V,
V1488 Cyg   |0.13m B, 0.27m ({lambda} 4243A),0.90m ({lambda} 3552A).
V1489 Cyg   |NML Cyg. 17.0m: - 18.0m V, B>21M; I - K = +8.17. Very large IR
V1489 Cyg   |exess due to expanding gaseous-dust envelope. In the area 2.5"*3.5"
V1489 Cyg   |around the star the system of about 60 discrete sources of OH
V1489 Cyg   |emission is detected [07461]; source of OH, H2O, SiO maser
V1489 Cyg   |emission. Light variations are periodical (see also [09163]). The
V1489 Cyg   |object may be a protostar being observed at the end of condensation
V1489 Cyg   |process. The late spectrum arises probably in the extending
V1489 Cyg   |envelope [09165,09166].
V1490 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1491 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1492 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1493 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070. V1707 Cyg 10.5"P.
V1494 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1495 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1497 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1498 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1500 Cyg   |In August 1975, before the very rapid increase of light, the
V1500 Cyg   |brightness of the Nova gradually increased from 17.6m to 13.5m B
V1500 Cyg   |(JD2442632 - 653.2). After Max almost monotonous decay of
V1500 Cyg   |brightness is superimposed by light variations with the amplitude
V1500 Cyg   |of 0.03m - 1.0m V; the period of these variations in the interval
V1500 Cyg   |JD2442656 - 43100 changed in the range 0.1415d [09167, 09168] -
V1500 Cyg   |0.137d [09169,09170]. Since JD2443100 Min = 2443696.4827 +
V1500 Cyg   |0.1396133d*E. Some investigators (see, for instance, [09173]) adopt
V1500 Cyg   |double value of this peiod. A month after the light maximum of the
V1500 Cyg   |Nova the radio emission was registered at 2695 and 8085 MHz
V1500 Cyg   |[09171].
V1507 Cyg   |The epoch of a broad Min I (superior conjunction of the B
V1507 Cyg   |component) is given; Min II 7.01; D II = 0.20P, Min II - Min I =
V1507 Cyg   |0.29P; e = 0.39. Unusual light curve [08213,09049]. Shape of the
V1507 Cyg   |light curve and depths of Min vary. Gaseous streams And expAnding
V1507 Cyg   |envelope.
V1508 Cyg   |Min II 13.3.
V1509 Cyg   |VB A (B 11.7m, 55", 106{deg}).
V1511 Cyg   |V - K = 13.6m.
V1513 Cyg   |SB.
V1515 Cyg   |In a dark nebula, near the nebula NGC 6914. Connected with nebular
V1515 Cyg   |appendage like a Comma. Light increase was observed from 1944 till
V1515 Cyg   |1958. Since 1958 the star is in Max. Slow light variations with A
V1515 Cyg   |<= 1.6m. The absorption line Li I {lambda} 6707A is seen in the
V1515 Cyg   |spectrum.
V1521 Cyg   |Cyg X-3. Peculiar infrared X-ray source. V > 23m. Flare radio
V1521 Cyg   |source. In the K band short and slow flares on the time scale about
V1521 Cyg   |2 minutes and 1-2 hours, irregular variations and longperiodic
V1521 Cyg   |variability are observed [07752]. These variations are accompanied
V1521 Cyg   |by periodical oscillations of infrared, X-ray and gamma radiation
V1521 Cyg   |with the elements: Min = 2440949.8986 + 0.1996830d*E +
V1521 Cyg   |1.25d*10**(-10)*E**2 [09187]. Usually the amplitude of these
V1521 Cyg   |variations A(K) = 0.5m, but sometimes they disappear completely.
V1531 Cyg   |LkH {alpha} 142. VB A (B = V1532 Cyg, 2.5", 90{deg}). In the region
V1531 Cyg   |of the nebula IC 5070. Combined brightness and spectrum are given.
V1532 Cyg   |LkH {alpha} 143. VB B (A = V1531 Cyg; B 2.5", 90{deg}). In the
V1532 Cyg   |region of the nebula IC 5070. Combined brightness and spectrum are
V1532 Cyg   |given.
V1535 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1536 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1538 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1539 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1540 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1546 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1548 Cyg   |VB A (B 16.7m, 6.2", 131{deg}).
V1554 Cyg   |VB A (B 14.7m, 3.5", 214{deg}).
V1577 Cyg   |In the cluster and nebula IC 5146.
V1578 Cyg   |In the cluster and nebula IC 5146. VB A (B 15m, 5", 45{deg}; C 17m,
V1578 Cyg   |5", 225{deg}). Associated with a reflecting nebula.
V1580 Cyg   |There is a periodic term in the elements: -0.027d*sin(0.045{deg})
V1580 Cyg   |(JD - 2439000).
V1581 Cyg   |G 208 - 44. VB A (B = G 208 - 45, 15.97m V, M6Ve; 7.9", 106{deg},
V1581 Cyg   |1954; 8.2", 96{deg}, 1974). {mu} = 0.71", P = 140{deg}. The flare
V1581 Cyg   |was observed during spectroscopic observations [09175]. The
V1581 Cyg   |companion may be also a UV Cet type variable. The range of combined
V1581 Cyg   |brightness variation of the system is given.
V1584 Cyg   |Epoch of min brightness is given.
V1597 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1598 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1600 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1608 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1610 Cyg   |Infrared source CRL 2688, the star of the spectral type F5Ia,
V1610 Cyg   |associated with a bipolar reflection nebula (the so-called Egg
V1610 Cyg   |nebula). The northern component of the nebula is 4" to the north
V1610 Cyg   |from the source. Since 1920 to 1958 the integrated light of this
V1610 Cyg   |component increased from 15.2m to 13.4b B and after that does not
V1610 Cyg   |vary [08735]. Light of the faint (16.2m B) southern component (5"
V1610 Cyg   |to the south from the source) varies by 0.6m B [09176]. The
V1610 Cyg   |radiation of the nebula is strongly polarized (46%, {theta} =
V1610 Cyg   |106{deg} in V system). There are C3 absorption features as well as
V1610 Cyg   |Na, C2, and [SII] emission in the spectrum. Probably the object is
V1610 Cyg   |a precursor of a planetary nebula [09178].
V1611 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1624 Cyg   |A var. In 1957 out of a B star turned into Be star. Probably must
V1624 Cyg   |be referred also to GCAS type.
V1661 Cyg   |VB A (B 11.14m, 20", 174{deg}).
V1668 Cyg   |There are sinusoidal light variations with A(V) = 0.15m and
V1668 Cyg   |elements Min = 2443767.475 + 0.4392d*E in the descending branch of
V1668 Cyg   |the light curve after JD2443765 [09179]. Infrared light curves (1.6
V1668 Cyg   |- 10 mkm) have a secondary maximum (JD2443815) due to the formation
V1668 Cyg   |of the dust envelope. At 10 mkm this secondary maximum is brighter
V1668 Cyg   |than the primary one [09069].
V1669 Cyg   |d = 0.036P.
V1671 Cyg   |{Delta}(U) = 0.06.
V1674 Cyg   |VB (B 15m, 5"). The range of combined brightness variation is
V1674 Cyg   |given. It is not excluded that it is the component B that is
V1674 Cyg   |variable. Slow variations of mean brightness in the range 10.555m -
V1674 Cyg   |10.570m B are superimposed by sinusoidal periodikal ones with P1 =
V1674 Cyg   |1.3608d (A1 = 0.0037m) and P2 = 0.8055d (A2 = 0.0032m).
V1676 Cyg   |In the open cluster NGC 6871. ADS 13374 A (B 12.0m, 6.5", 64{deg};
V1676 Cyg   |C 11.0m, 9.5", 28deg D 9.5m, B3V, 11.4", 301{deg}; E 11.42m, 28.1",
V1676 Cyg   |109{deg}; F 7.36m, B1IA, 35.9", 29{deg}); SB2 (P = 112.7d).
V1696 Cyg   |SB1 (Porb = 4.3174d). Epoch of Min brightness is given. The eclipse
V1696 Cyg   |of the accretion disc around the compact object formed in the
V1696 Cyg   |outburst of a Supernova in a binary system about 5*10**6 years ago
V1696 Cyg   |is possible [03619].
V1701 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1702 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1703 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1704 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1706 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070.
V1707 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula IC 5070. V1493 Cyg 10.5"f.
V1711 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1716 Cyg   |In the region of the nebula NGC 7000.
V1719 Cyg   |Shape of the light curve varies.
V1720 Cyg   |Min II 7.79.
V1721 Cyg   |P var.Min I = 2442605.497 + 2.724370d*E (JD2442311 - 928); since
V1721 Cyg   |JD2442928 - see Table.
V1722 Cyg   |Min II 14.6?
V1726 Cyg   |Possible member of an anonimous open cluster.
V1727 Cyg   |4U 2129 +47. Lx/Lopt ~10. Emissions in the spectrum: NeII {lambda}
V1727 Cyg   |4686A, CIII - NIII {lambda} lambda 4640 - 50A.
V1735 Cyg   |In the complex of dark nebulae associated with the open cluster and
V1735 Cyg   |the nebula IC 5146. Lights up a reflecting nebula. Became brighter
V1735 Cyg   |by 5m at least from 1952 to 1965.
V1737 Cyg   |B - V = +3.7.
V1738 Cyg   |B - V = +5.5:.
V1739 Cyg   |B - V = +4.5:.
V1744 Cyg   |Epoch of Max in U system is given.
V1746 Cyg   |Sometimes P = 0.21d is observed.
V1747 Cyg   |P > 100d. B - V = +4.0.
V1748 Cyg   |In the nebula IC 1318a.
V1751 Cyg   |In the nebula IC 1318c.
V1761 Cyg   |Close companion? Elements are not certain.
V1860 Cyg   |The chart in [68103] is wrong.
V2105 Cyg   |Variability type and spectral type (F8Iab:) do not agree.
V2121 Cyg   |Strong Blazhko effect.
V2150 Cyg   |Type RR: is also possible.
V2174 Cyg   |SB, Porb = 225.162d.
V2175 Cyg   |X-ray source.
V2312 Cyg   |Erroneously called HD 192776 in [77190].
V2324 Cyg   |Possible brightening trend over 6 years, maybe due to dissipating
V2324 Cyg   |dust envelope, plus quicker variations.
V2363 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.13.
V2364 Cyg   |MinII 11.73. O'Connell effect.
V2374 Cyg   |The classification suggested in [78276] is EB?, with a twice longer
V2374 Cyg   |period.
V2375 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.20.
V2376 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.50.
V2380 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.35.
V2381 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.20.
V2383 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.15.
V2385 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.30.
V2386 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.50.
V2388 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.40.
V2389 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.35.
V2390 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.05.
V2394 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.16.
V2409 Cyg   |MinII 14.1.
V2414 Cyg   |MinII 10.22, the phase of MinII is about 0.3 P. Pulsations possibly
V2414 Cyg   |overlapped.
V2417 Cyg   |Cool companion, slow variations.
V2421 Cyg   |MinII 14.20.
V2422 Cyg   |The depth of MinII is 0.47.
V2428 Cyg   |In quiescence, Max = 2440749 + 774 * E.
V2456 Cyg   |MinII 11.6.
V2473 Cyg   |VB AB (12.7mV, 14.3mr, 4", 267{deg}, 2000; C 14.4mV, 18", 188{deg},
V2473 Cyg   |2000).
V2474 Cyg   |A possible different classification is RV [79100].
V2478 Cyg   |VB A (B 17.1mpg, 12", 149{deg}, 1993).
V2486 Cyg   |VB A (B 11.5m, 21", 248{deg}, 1998).
V2498 Cyg   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.094d.
V2500 Cyg   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.0677332d.
V2517 Cyg   |VB A (B 14.1m, 5", 84{deg}, 1998).
V2533 Cyg   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.162486d, P3 = 0.148877d.
V2534 Cyg   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.171077d, P3 = 0.239556d. VB A (B 12.0, 3",
V2534 Cyg   |165{deg}, 2003; C 12.5, 10", 112{deg}, 2003; D 13.1, 16",
V2534 Cyg   |2931{deg}, 2003).
V2536 Cyg   |VB B (A 9.7m; AB 7", 270{deg}, 2003).
V2541 Cyg   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V2544 Cyg   |Apsidal motion detected. The tabulated elements are for MinI. MinII
V2544 Cyg   |= 2455005.5824 + 2.093799d x E.
V2547 Cyg   |SB.
V2566 Cyg   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.422d. Porb = 55.03d.
V2581 Cyg   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.2486d, P3 = 0.09029d.
V2583 Cyg   |VB A (B 19.4m, 0.6", 0{deg}, 2002).
V2608 Cyg   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.091463d.
V2618 Cyg   |MinII - MinI = 0.57P.
V2625 Cyg   |VB A (B 5", 32{deg}, 1998).
V2642 Cyg   |Total eclipses of the white dwarfs plus occasional small flares.
V2643 Cyg   |O'Connell effect.
V2647 Cyg   |MinII - MinI = 0.334P.
V2669 Cyg   |The one-day alias, P = 0.334285d, is also possible.
V2690 Cyg   |Porb = 0.492d.
V2693 Cyg   |VB B (A 14.08m; B 2.5" sf).
V2699 Cyg   |Multiperiodic.
V2700 Cyg   |Multiperiodic, 3 main frequencies.
V2709 Cyg   |Possible non-radial pulsations of a white dwarf. P2 = 0.017070d.
V2737 Cyg   |O'Connell effect.
V2740 Cyg   |O'Connell effect.
V2760 Cyg   |VB (3"). P=1.4088d is also possible.
V2761 Cyg   |O'Connell effect.
V2762 Cyg   |Porb = 12.7d; Pspin = 358.6s.
V2764 Cyg   |O'Connell effect.
V2777 Cyg   |O'Connell effect.
V2786 Cyg   |Blazhko effect.
V2797 Cyg   |P = 1.656d is also possible.
V2800 Cyg   |The light curve shape varies.
V2813 Cyg   |MinII - MinI = 0.64P.
V2838 Cyg   |Multiperiodic? P2 = 0.13564d is possible [81213].
alf   Cyg   |VB A (B 11.4m, 75.3", 106{deg}).
tau   Cyg   |VB A (B 6.44m, G1V, A = 0.88", P = 49.80yr; C 12.20m, 29",
tau   Cyg   |230{deg}). 0.083d <= P <= 0.125d. The range of total light
tau   Cyg   |variation is given.
ups   Cyg   |VB A (B 10.2m, 15.2", 220{deg}; C 10.2m, 21.5", 180{deg}).
khi   Cyg   |VB A (B 10.8m, 158", 254{deg}). S 6 + %1e (Tc). SiO maser. P
khi   Cyg   |var.Max = 2393559 + 405.88d*E (JD2337150 - 94000); since JD2394000
khi   Cyg   |- see Table.
P     Cyg   |The appearance of the star was firstly noted in 1600, when its
P     Cyg   |brightness was 3m. Since the XVIII century the light of the star
P     Cyg   |varies in the range 4.6m - 5.6m vis. Radio source at the millimetre
P     Cyg   |and centimetre wavelengths.
Q     Cyg   |In minimum brightness varies periodically with the amplitude 0.5m:
Q     Cyg   |Max = 2440495 + 54.99d*E; P = 64.81d is also possible. Mean level
Q     Cyg   |of brightness varies in the range 15.2m - 15.9m B.
S     Del   |VB A (B 56", 342{deg}). Double maxima are sometimes observed.
U     Del   |Mean brightness var, P = 1100d. According to [08993], the period
U     Del   |value 160d - 180d is more likely than 110d.
W     Del   |d = 0.017P. Min II 9.79. P var. Since JD2433000 - see Table. The
W     Del   |light curve shape var.
RZ    Del   |VB (A var; B var, 17", 137{deg}) [03771].
TT    Del   |P var. Since JD2435000 - see Table.
TW    Del   |{Delta}(m) var (0.5m + 3.4m). The light curve resembles that of RV
TW    Del   |Tau, with Min I and Min II; the epoch of Min I is given. Min I =
TW    Del   |2432171.1 + 118.4d*E (1947 - 1952); Min I = 2435386.8 + 115.9d*E
TW    Del   |(1955 - 1963); during 1964 - 1970 - see Table.
TX    Del   |P var. P = 6.166585d (JD2428000 - 36600); since JD2436600 - see
TX    Del   |Table.
TY    Del   |Min II 9.8. P var.Min = 2428020.399 + 1.191121d*E (JD2428000 -
TY    Del   |38000) [00279]; since JD2438000 - see Table.
TZ    Del   |Epoch of Min is given.
VV    Del   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
YY    Del   |Min II of the depth ~0.05m is possible. P var. Min = 2425795.488 +
YY    Del   |0.7930856d*E (JD2425000 - 34000) [01329]; since JD2434000 - see
YY    Del   |Table.
AL    Del   |Min II 12.4.
BG    Del   |Min II 13.8.
BK    Del   |P var?
BR    Del   |Emission.
BX    Del   |{Delta}(S) = 0.
BY    Del   |Min II 11.8.
CE    Del   |[Fe/H] = -0.68.
CF    Del   |The light curve shape var?
CH    Del   |[Fe/H] = -1.23. According to [09037], P = 0.315D.
CN    Del   |Min II 14.6.
CR    Del   |Min II 13.7.
CS    Del   |[Fe/H] = -0.92.
CU    Del   |Abrupt phase chande was noted.
CW    Del   |P var.P = 0.58209d (JD ~2427100), P = 0.58211D (JD ~2428800);
CW    Del   |During JD2429800 - 30600 - see Table.
DG    Del   |The elements should be checked.
DK    Del   |Min II 14.2.
DM    Del   |Min II 8.80.
DT    Del   |Epoch od Min is given. The elements are valid during JD2425480 -
DT    Del   |6260.
DX    Del   |[Fe/H] = -0.11.
EG    Del   |P var. Max = 2425535.42 + 0.3248545d*E (JD2425478 - 30619) [00911];
EG    Del   |abrupt change near JD2432578, since then see Table.
EI    Del   |The mean brightness var, P ~600d.
EK    Del   |B - V: +0.29, +0.53.
ES    Del   |Epoch of Max from [03715], [07527] contradict the given elements.
ET    Del   |Min II 12.7.
EW    Del   |Min II 15.5.
EX    Del   |Min II 13.3.
FI    Del   |Min II 14.5.
FK    Del   |Min II 14.5.
FM    Del   |{Delta}(S) = 0.
FP    Del   |[Fe/H] = -1.44.
FR    Del   |Min II 15.3.
FT    Del   |Blazhko effect?
GG    Del   |Min II 12.6. P var?
GN    Del   |P var? {Delta}(m) var?
GY    Del   |VB B (A = BD +15{deg} 4134A, SP A - F).
HR    Del   |Porb = 0.170920d. The brightness began to increase on JD ~2439653.
HR    Del   |Waves with maxima on JD2439752 (4.55m), 2439799 (4.64m), followed
HR    Del   |by a sharp main Max, flat max on JD2439981 (4.09m) and final
HR    Del   |decline. Radio source.
HU    Del   |{mu} = 0.685", {theta} = 79{deg}. Astrometric binary (semiamplitude
HU    Del   |of deviations 0.118", Porb = 1.52yr).
II    Del   |[Fe/H] = -1.30.
IO    Del   |A single outburst was observed (JD2439378 - 388).
IV    Del   |D ~0.1d.
LS    Del   |Min II 8.76.
OO    Del   |MinII 18.03. A cluster foreground star.
OP    Del   |MinII 17.33. A cluster foreground star.
OR    Del   |VB AB (4" - 6"), SB2 Aa, Ab.
OX    Del   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
del   Del   |(k - b)2 = 0.19. SB2 (Porb = 40.58d; e = 0.7). Spectra of both SB
del   Del   |components show Am features; Fe, Ca, Sc deficiency, Sr, Y, Zr, Ba,
del   Del   |Ce, La, Eu excess. Both components are DSCT variables; the period
del   Del   |of the main component pulsation is 0.158d, that of the secondary is
del   Del   |0.134d [07528]. Any of the oscillations may occasionally dominante
del   Del   |in the combined brightness: according to [07529], Max =
del   Del   |2439338.4444 + 0.135547d*E; according to [07530], P = 0.154991d.
R     Dor   |VB A (B 11.9m, 34", 10{deg}; C 11.0m, 35", 130{deg}, 1933). H2O,
R     Dor   |SiO, HC3N emission.
S     Dor   |VB A (B 12.1m, 13"). The member of the large magellanic cloud. In
S     Dor   |the cluster NGC 1910 and a diffuse nebula. One of the absolutely
S     Dor   |brightest stars. Deep Min: 1891, 1900, 1930, 1940, 1955, 1964.
T     Dor   |VB A (B 12.0m vis, 5", 13{deg}.)
V     Dor   |At the edge of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
RR    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud. Min II 14.5.
RW    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud.Cloud non-member. P var
RW    Dor   |[09036]. Min II 11.2.
RX    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud. Cloud non-member?
SW    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud. Cloud non-member. P
SW    Dor   |var [09036].
SX    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud, Cloud non-member.
SX    Dor   |{Delta}(m) var.
SY    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud. According to [09036],
SY    Dor   |variability is doubtful.
SZ    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud, cloud non-member.
TY    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud, cloud non-member.
UU    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud,cloud non-member.
UV    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud,cloud non-member.
UX    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud, cloud non-member.
XX    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud, cloud non-member.
XX    Dor   |[Fe/H] ~-1.3.
ZZ    Dor   |In the region of the Large Magellanic Cloud, cloud non-member.
AA    Dor   |d = 0.02P. Min II 11.21.
BE    Dor   |In the field of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
BF    Dor   |Min II = 13.2.
alf   Dor   |VB A (B 4.3m, A = 0.2125", P = 13.00yr.) The range of combined
alf   Dor   |brightness variations is given.
bet   Dor   |P var. Current elements are given.
T     Dra   |ADS 10937 A (B = UY Dra, optical, 16", 222{deg}).
U     Dra   |P var. Mean elements are given.
W     Dra   |P var. Max = 2416748 + 257.11d*E (JD2416750 - 21390); Max = 2430826
W     Dra   |+ 262.11d*E (JD2421390 - 30820); Max = 2439962 + 268.87d*E
W     Dra   |(JD2430820 - 40490); since JD2440490 - see Table.
Y     Dra   |According to visual observations, 7.8m - 15.0m.
Z     Dra   |Min II 11.0. P var. Min = 2430973.314 + 1.3574176d*E (JD2428460 -
Z     Dra   |33300); Min = 2433268.708 + 1.357440d*E (JD2433300 - 43500); since
Z     Dra   |JD2443500 - see Table.
RR    Dra   |d = 0.015P. Min II 10.1. P var. Before JD2439000 Min I =
RR    Dra   |2433390.458 + 2.83123d*E [01001]; since JD2440000 - see Table.
RS    Dra   |During JD2436012 - 37584 P = 145.3d. {Delta}(m) and the light curve
RS    Dra   |share vary strongly.
RW    Dra   |P var. Mean elements are given. Composite Blazhko effect; Pi =
RW    Dra   |93.95P = 41.61d; Pi1 = 280P; Pi2 = 6140P; Pi3 = 3400P [01585].
RW    Dra   |0.11P <= M - m <= 0.32P. {Delta}(S) = 3.
RX    Dra   |Min II 10.3, d II = 0.009P.
RZ    Dra   |Min II 10.38. P var. Min = 2429448.787 + 0.55087668d*E (1907 -
RZ    Dra   |1968) [03822]; since 1968 - see Table.
SU    Dra   |P var. Before 1955 Max hel = 2420605.762 + 0.66041890D; since 1955
SU    Dra   |- see Table. [Fe/H] = -1.39.
SW    Dra   |{Delta}(S) = 3.5.
SX    Dra   |d = 0.035P. Min II 10.0. P var. Min I = 2432273.276 + 5.1692d*E
SX    Dra   |(JD2432000 - 38000); since JD2442000 - see Table.
TT    Dra   |P2 = 198d.
TW    Dra   |ADS 9706 A (B 9.5m vis, 23{deg}, 3.6"). d = 0.02P; Min II 8.1. P
TW    Dra   |var. Min I = 2433888.452 + 2.806870d*E (JD2433000 - 40000) [03825];
TW    Dra   |since JD2440000 - mean elements in the Table.
TX    Dra   |Mean magnitude var, P2 = 654d.
UU    Dra   |Mean magnitude var, P2 = 960d.
UX    Dra   |According to [09086], the light curve may correspond to the type E;
UX    Dra   |SB, P ~340d.
UZ    Dra   |d = 0.01P; Min II 10.6. Possibly P = 1.65d [03827].
VW    Dra   |According to photoelectric observations, 6.28m - 6.32m V.
WW    Dra   |Nonlinear term: -4.98d*10**(-9)*E2. ADS 10152A (B 9.67m, 8.2",
WW    Dra   |5{deg}). Depth of Min II 0.08m.
WZ    Dra   |{Delta}(m) var strongly.
XY    Dra   |Min II 13.7.
XZ    Dra   |P var. Before JD2438000 Max = 2427985.648 + 0.4764944d*E [00188].
XZ    Dra   |Epochs after JD2438000 are represented dy the elements in the Table
XZ    Dra   |only on average. Blazhko effect; according to [01474], Pi = 78d.
XZ    Dra   |[Fe/H] = -0.57.
ZZ    Dra   |P var. Max = 2434509 + 274.5d*E (JD2416350 - 34600); since
ZZ    Dra   |JD2437100 - see Table.
AE    Dra   |{Delta}(S) = (4).
AF    Dra   |VR var; SB?
AG    Dra   |A soft X-ray source. Elements in the Table represent maxima in U
AG    Dra   |band in 1974 - 1979 [09113].
AI    Dra   |Min II 7.16, D II = 0.17P.
AP    Dra   |Twice shorter period is possible.
AQ    Dra   |H{beta} spectral line is probably filled in by emission.
AR    Dra   |Min II 11.63.
AS    Dra   |{mu} = 0.486", P = 289{deg}. SB. {Delta}(m) var. Large spatial
AS    Dra   |velocity. The brightness varies with the phase of the orbital
AS    Dra   |motion. Phases of Max and Min vary from cycle to cycle. The Table
AS    Dra   |gives Porb [03075] and the epoch of the conjunction (G4 - star is
AS    Dra   |behind).
AW    Dra   |P var. since JD2430500 - see Table.
AX    Dra   |Min II 11.0.
BE    Dra   |Min II 11.5. The spectral type is late B.
BH    Dra   |ADS 12019A (B Am, 9.25m, 10.8", 58{deg}). Min II 8.58.
BK    Dra   |P var.Max = 2415150.817 + 0.592019d*E (JD2414900 - 16150) [00001];
BK    Dra   |since JD2416940 - see Table. {Delta}(S) = 8 in Max light.
BP    Dra   |Min II 14.7.
BS    Dra   |Min II 9.84.
BV    Dra   |ADS 9537 A (B = BW Dra, 16.3", 358{deg}, 1980; C 12.69m). Min II
BV    Dra   |8.40.
BW    Dra   |ADS 9537 B (A = BV Dra; C 12.69m). Min II 9.02.
BY    Dra   |SB2 (Porb = 5.9750998d, e = 0.36). {mu} = 0.365", P = 150{deg}.
BY    Dra   |Quasiperiodic variability : DM var, P var, (differential rotation),
BY    Dra   |phase jumps. Flares up to {Delta}(U) = 1.07m.
CM    Dra   |VB A (B SP = DC, 15.7m pg, 25.7", 22{deg}, common {mu}). {mu} =
CM    Dra   |1.619", p = 317{deg}, {pi} = 0.068", V {nu} = -118.6km/s. Min II
CM    Dra   |13.63. BY type variability: {Delta}(M) ~<= 0.05mV, P ~Porb. Flares:
CM    Dra   |{Delta}(m) ~0.05.
CR    Dra   |{mu} = 0.50", p = 168{deg}, {pi} = 0.048".
CX    Dra   |SB, Porb = 6.69612d (with this period {Delta}(V) = 0.04m).
CX    Dra   |Long-term cyclic variations: P ~2400d, {Delta}(V) ~0.2m. Flares
CX    Dra   |~0.1m. An X-ray source; the reflection effect is observed.
DE    Dra   |d = 0.017P.
DG    Dra   |Depths respective to Max I (Phase = 0.25); Min II 0.17m; Max II
DG    Dra   |0.01m.
DK    Dra   |Porb = 64.44d. Epoch of Min is given. Both components show H and K
DK    Dra   |CaII in emission.
DL    Dra   |VB A (B 9.2m, 3.9", 318{deg}, 1982). P1 = 0.0825d, A1 = 0.028m; P2
DL    Dra   |= 0.0837d, A2 = 0.026m.
DN    Dra   |P = 109S. {mu} = 0.32", P = 153{deg}.
MU    Dra   |MinII 12.08.
NO    Dra   |A twice shorter period is not excluded. VB (8.4mHp, 9.6mHp, 0.1",
NO    Dra   |128{deg}, 1991).
NS    Dra   |Min II = 11.43. MinII - MinI = 0.630: x P.
NT    Dra   |Min II = 13.09.
NU    Dra   |Min II = 11.06.
NV    Dra   |Min II = 13.3 :.
NW    Dra   |Min II = 13.45.
NX    Dra   |Min II = 12.80. O'Connell effect.
OO    Dra   |Min II = 11.55. Overlaid oscillations with an amplitude up to
OO    Dra   |0.04mB and a cycle about 0.027d.
OP    Dra   |Min II = 15.00.
OQ    Dra   |Min II = 14.1.
OR    Dra   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.0826918d. VB AB (7.88, 8.81mHp; 0.1",
OR    Dra   |313{deg}, 1991).
OV    Dra   |The star has a spectrum of a cataclysmic variable.
OX    Dra   |Min II = 12.50.
OZ    Dra   |The tabulated light elements are for eclipses. Flickering.
PQ    Dra   |Min II = 14.05.
PR    Dra   |Min II = 13.55.
PS    Dra   |Min II = 13.3.
PT    Dra   |Min II = 14.9 :.
PU    Dra   |Min II = 12.25.
PV    Dra   |Min II = 13.7.
PX    Dra   |Min II = 6.88. VB A (B 10.8m, 18", 19{deg}, 2007).
PZ    Dra   |Min II = 12.8.
QS    Dra   |Biperiodic, P0 is tabulated. P1 = 0.0730446d.
QU    Dra   |Min II = 14.6.
QY    Dra   |Other possible periods: 0.603d; 1.205d (type EB).
V0338 Dra   |Min II = 13.8.
V0339 Dra   |Min II = 13.9.
V0341 Dra   |Min II = 10.24.
V0342 Dra   |Min II = 13.00.
V0343 Dra   |Min II = 12.6.
V0344 Dra   |Min II = 14.0.
V0354 Dra   |A magnetic white dwarf with unusual properties. Variations are
V0354 Dra   |probably related to spots and axial rotation.
V0363 Dra   |Fundamental period: see Table. First overtone: P1 = 0.40320d.
V0366 Dra   |Multiperiodic, P = 0.0015926d is also excited.
V0368 Dra   |Near the Draco dwarf galaxy; non-member.
V0372 Dra   |O'Connell effect.
V0381 Dra   |The tabulated light elements are for eclipses. Oscillations with P
V0381 Dra   |= 0.04407d and amplitudes 0.04mR, 0.05mV, 0.07mB, also present at
V0381 Dra   |both minima.
V0386 Dra   |VB B (A 13.5mF; B 14.0mF, 8", 16{deg}, 2000); the tabulated range
V0386 Dra   |is for combined brightness.
V0388 Dra   |O'Connell effect.
V0410 Dra   |VB A (B 11.7mV, 8", 37{deg}, 2006).
V0413 Dra   |VB AB (A 7.4m var, SB; B 10.2m, 0.5", 34{deg}, 2008).
V0414 Dra   |Type ELL with a twice longer period is also possible.
V0416 Dra   |Eclipses of about 0.2m in depth, Min = 2452368.53243 + 0.189109d x
V0416 Dra   |E.
V0425 Dra   |MinII - MinI = 0.547:P.
V0432 Dra   |MinII - MinI = 0.698P.
V0441 Dra   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0458 Dra   |The light elements could not be confirmed [81001] using the
V0458 Dra   |Catalina Surveys data.
V0462 Dra   |P = 0.21157d is not excluded.
V0472 Dra   |VB B (A 13.7m; B 14.5m, 19", 199{deg}, 1999). The tabulated
V0472 Dra   |variability range is influenced with the companion.
V0485 Dra   |Type ELL is not excluded.
V0486 Dra   |The coordinates in [81005] refer to a neighbor star.
V0506 Dra   |P varies.
V0534 Dra   |VB A (14.4mV; B 16.1m*, 5", 359{deg}, 2000).
V0546 Dra   |P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.351671d; P1/P0 = 0.7438.
V0552 Dra   |Double-mode pulsations, also P = 0.0475034d.
V0555 Dra   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.551274d; P1/P0 = 0.7461.
V0556 Dra   |O'Connell effect.
V0557 Dra   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.510745d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
V0558 Dra   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.472239d; P1/P0 = 0.7436.
V0560 Dra   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.469194d; P1/P0 = 0.7432.
V0561 Dra   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.484660d; P1/P0 = 0.7447.
kap   Dra   |IR excess.
phi   Dra   |ADS 11311 ({Delta}(m) = 1.7m, 0.3", 288{deg}, 1967). A:SB, P =
phi   Dra   |26.768d. The epoch of Max U light is given.
S     Equ   |Min II 8.11. P var. Before JD2427000 Min = 2423746.490 +
S     Equ   |3.4360050d*E [01140]; Min = 2437968.345 + 3.436072d*E (JD2427000 -
S     Equ   |41000) [03432]; since JD2441000 - see Table. Gaseous streams; in
S     Equ   |Min light H{alpha} is in emission.
W     Equ   |Min II 12.4. P var.
Z     Equ   |A nearby star: 12.1m.
RT    Equ   |P var strongly.
RW    Equ   |Strong Blazhko effect.
RZ    Equ   |Min II 12.2:.
SU    Equ   |Min II 16.4.
SV    Equ   |Depth of Min II 0.16m.
SW    Equ   |Min II 15.6.
VV    Equ   |Porb = 0.057083d.
VY    Equ   |Double-mode pulsations. Fundamental mode: see the Table. First
VY    Equ   |overtone: P1 = 0.1407792d. P1/P0 = 0.7978.
gam   Equ   |ADS 14702A (B 11.6m, 2", 268{deg}; C 12.6m, 48", optical). The
gam   Equ   |Table gives the pEriod of oscillations. Data on the periodicity of
gam   Equ   |the rotational variability of light, spectrum and magnetic field
gam   Equ   |are contradictory (17.492d, 314d, 1785.7d, 72yr).
V     Eri   |Mean magnitude var, P2 = 1209d.
W     Eri   |SiO, OH, H2O maser.
Z     Eri   |P2 = 746.4d.
RU    Eri   |Min II 9.62.
RX    Eri   |[Fe/H] = -1.32.
RY    Eri   |d = 0.025P.
RZ    Eri   |d = 0.018P. The depth of Min II 0.04m pg.
SV    Eri   |[Fe/H] = -1.83. P var. P = 0.71365272d (JD2414000 - 21000); P =
SV    Eri   |0.71370172d (JD2421000 - 26000) [00862]; Max = 2426590.319 +
SV    Eri   |0.7137406d*E (JD2426000 - 34000) [09195]; since JD2434000 - see
SV    Eri   |Table.
TT    Eri   |(B - V)Max = +0.255m.
TV    Eri   |(B - V)Max = +0.53m.
TZ    Eri   |d = 0.015P. P var. Min = 2426066.198 + 2.606097d*E (JD2426000 -
TZ    Eri   |33500) [01490]; since JD2438200 - see Table.
UX    Eri   |Min II 11.01. P var? Before JD2438500 Min I = 2434368.570 +
UX    Eri   |0.4452820d [02494]; since JD2438500 - see Table.
UY    Eri   |The shape of the light curve var. [A/H] = -1.6.
VW    Eri   |Alternating P1 = 83.4d, P2 = 93.3d. Halo population.
WW    Eri   |Min II 11.2.
YY    Eri   |Min II 8.72. P var. Min I = 2433617.5198 + 0.321496212d*E
YY    Eri   |(JD2433000 - 41500) [03850]; since 2441500 - see Table. X-ray
YY    Eri   |source.
ZZ    Eri   |Min II 14.4.
AN    Eri   |Min II 14.9.
AO    Eri   |d = 0.04P.
AS    Eri   |Min II 8.42. X-ray source.
BB    Eri   |(k - b)2 = 0.13.
BC    Eri   |Min II 11.26:.
BK    Eri   |{Delta}(S) = 8. P var.
BL    Eri   |The elements should be checked.
BM    Eri   |P > 20000d; D = 321d; d = 270d. Only one Min was observed. Outside
BM    Eri   |Min, according to [05828], {Delta}(V) = 0.2m, Max = 2440643.0 +
BM    Eri   |30d*E.
BQ    Eri   |Min II 10.9.
BV    Eri   |Min II 8.42. dII = 0.06P.
BW    Eri   |Min II 9.72.
BY    Eri   |(k - b)2 = 0.06.
BZ    Eri   |Min II 9.21.
CC    Eri   |SB. {mu} = 0.310", P = 169{deg}, Pi = 0.083". Photometric P is
CC    Eri   |close to Porb. X-ray source.
CI    Eri   |VB (9.9m, 11.2m, 2", 106{deg}).
CO    Eri   |Min II 9.1.
CS    Eri   |(k - b)2 = 0.03.
CT    Eri   |Min II 10.27.
CW    Eri   |Min II 8.86, DII = 0.10P.
DL    Eri   |P0 - see Table; P1 = 0.118795d [09206]; P2 = 0.0968d [09207].
DM    Eri   |ADS 3380 (5.1m, 5.4m, 0.3", 161{deg}). Duplicity was observed only
DM    Eri   |in 1877 and 1923.
DO    Eri   |Epoch of Min is given. Oscillations with P ~6.14 Min, 7 different
DO    Eri   |frequencies have been found. Beat phenomenon, PB = 12.25d +-0.47d.
DO    Eri   |Max of the oscillation amplitude almost coincides with Max of the
DO    Eri   |magnetic field, the amplitude varies with Prot. Combined amplitude
DO    Eri   |of oscillations 0.062m B.
DS    Eri   |Min II 10.3. P var. Min = 2423147.25 + 0.827737d*E (JD2414869 -
DS    Eri   |23150); during JD2423150 - 31320 - see Table.
DW    Eri   |ADS 3409 B (A 6.72m, G8III; B 9", 317{deg}).
DY    Eri   |ADS 3093 C (A 4.43m V, K1V; B 9.51m V, DA, 82", 105{deg}; BC A =
DY    Eri   |7", Porb = 252.1yr). {mu} = 4.05", P = 212{deg}. X-ray source.
DZ    Eri   |Epoch is given for Max (y), Min (He I). P = 3.67d is possible.
EF    Eri   |2A0311 - 227. VB A (B 15.8m, 18", 260{deg}). Epoch of narrow Min in
EF    Eri   |IR light is given. The complex phenomenon of eclipses is described
EF    Eri   |in [04041]. Oscillations with P ~20.2 and 13.7 Min. [09211].
EF    Eri   |Flickering.
EG    Eri   |Epoch of Min in Y light is given.
EH    Eri   |ADS 3305 A (B 10.8m, 1.45", 60{deg}, 1917).
HV    Eri   |Type RRC: is also possible.
KP    Eri   |A twice shorter period is not excluded. VB (A 9.3m; B 9.6m, 0.8",
KP    Eri   |154{deg}, 1991).
KS    Eri   |O'Connell effect.
KU    Eri   |Multiperiodic. SB.
KV    Eri   |Min II = 12.92. P varies. dP/dt = -0.20x10^(-5) d/yr.
KW    Eri   |Min II = 13.85.
KX    Eri   |Min II = 13.5.
KZ    Eri   |Min II = 11.54.
LL    Eri   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.09mag.
LR    Eri   |Blazhko effect, P = 122d [80153].
LT    Eri   |Eclipses with an amplitude about 1.6m.
LU    Eri   |Min II = 17.7.
LW    Eri   |Min II = 12.8.
MM    Eri   |SB2, Porb = 13.5601d. VB AB (11.0m, 11.2m, 0.8", 79{deg}).
MQ    Eri   |Min II = 12.7.
NN    Eri   |Blazhko effect, P = 335.29d.
NP    Eri   |Blazhko effect [81005].
NX    Eri   |P0 is presented in the Table; P1 = 0.354824d.
OX    Eri   |Repeated outbursts in 2014, with intervals increasing approximately
OX    Eri   |from 10 to 20 days.
gam   Eri   |ADS 2904 A (B 12.4m, 53", 242{deg}).
lam   Eri   |Shell features are sometimes present in the spectrum.
mu.   Eri   |SB, Porb = 7.35886d. Pulsational or rotational variations: P =
mu.   Eri   |1.62592d, multiperiodic.
nu.   Eri   |SB? P2 = 0.1735079d. Beat effect.
omi 1 Eri   |P0 - see Table. P1 = 0.1291d.
tau 4 Eri   |ADS 2472 A (B 9.9m, 6", 288{deg}; C 11m, 40", 99{deg}).
tau 9 Eri   |SB1 (Porb = 5.954d). P = 1.2135d is not excluded.
S     For   |VB (9.2m, 9.3m, 0.28", 358{deg}, 1964). Found unusually bright only
S     For   |on one night by three experienced observers in europe; harvard
S     For   |photographs of the same night show it in normal brightness.
V     For   |(B - V)Max = +0.26.
W     For   |Min II is observed.
RX    For   |(k - b)2 = 0.06.
RY    For   |(B - V)Max = +0.535.
SS    For   |(k - b)2 = 0.09.
SW    For   |{Delta}(S) > 10:.
SY    For   |SB2 [M+ pec(eq)].
TZ    For   |SB2. Possible P values: 37.805d; 44.18d; 50.46d; 75.61d. DI = 1d.
AV    For   |VB AB (A 8.8m; B 10.0m, 1.5", 24{deg}, 1962; C 10.8m, 35",
AV    For   |102{deg}, 1931).
AZ    For   |P0 is tabulated. P1 = 0.58823d.
BF    For   |VB A (B 11.0m, 2", 170{deg}, 1991).
BI    For   |P varies? Light elements for JD 2454000 - 2455165 are presented in
BI    For   |the Table.
R     Gem   |VB A (B 11.4m pg, 173", 200{deg}, 1910). S 3.5/6e- S 6.5/6-.
S     Gem   |VB A (B 11.1m, 70", 122{deg}).
T     Gem   |S 3/4e.
U     Gem   |Min = 2437638.82685 + 0.17690602d*E + 5.4d*10**(-12)*E**2 [09215].
U     Gem   |Depth of Min 0.5m - 1.0m. Spectrum description [09216].
V     Gem   |P var. Max = 2407750 + 276.2d*E (JD2407700 - 15500); Max = 2415729
V     Gem   |+ 278.3d*E (JD2415600 - 21600); Max = 2421839 + 269.8d*E (JD2421700
V     Gem   |- 26500) [00458]; Max = 2432580 + 281.3d*E (JD2427500 - 32600); Max
V     Gem   |= 2434739 + 269.8d*E (JD2432600 - 35800); since JD2435800 - see
V     Gem   |Table.
W     Gem   |P var. Max = 2429815.990 + 7.914553d*E (JD2413200 - 31700); since
W     Gem   |JD2431700 - see Table. [A/H] = 0.2. There is possibly faint blue
W     Gem   |companion.
RR    Gem   |P var. Max = 2415219.734 + 0.39729235d*E (JD2412000 - 18000); Max =
RR    Gem   |2418278.900 + 0.39727274d*E (JD2418000 - 21000); Max = 2422865.229
RR    Gem   |+ 0.39724027d*E (JD2421000 - 25000) [09217]; Max = 2427150.267 +
RR    Gem   |0.3972596d*E (JD2426200 - 27850); Max = 2434806.289 + 0.3973103d*E
RR    Gem   |(JD2428200 - 34900) [02392]; since JD2436000 - see Table. Blazhko
RR    Gem   |effect, PB = 48d [03618], PB = 37d [09221]. {Delta}(S) = 3.
RW    Gem   |VB A (B 11.04m, 20", 105{deg}; C 11.84m, 100", 120{deg}). Min II
RW    Gem   |9.74; d = 0.02P.
RX    Gem   |VB A (B 12.65m, 45", 215{deg}). Min II 9.28; d = 0.004P. P var. Min
RX    Gem   |I = 2417970.0 + 12.20868d*E (JD2415000 - 27500) [07534]; since
RX    Gem   |JD2427600 - see Table. There is a square term in the elements given
RX    Gem   |in the Table: +2.25d*10**(-7)*E**2. Luminous gaseous ring surrounds
RX    Gem   |the primary component of the system [07535].
RY    Gem   |VB A (B 12.30m, 45", 240{deg}). Min II 8.75; d = 0.023P. P var. Min
RY    Gem   |I = 2418015.333 + 9.300876d*E (JD2418000 - 33000) [08653]; since
RY    Gem   |JD2433000 - see Table. Component of A type is surrounded by a
RY    Gem   |luminous gaseous ring.
RZ    Gem   |VB. P var. Max = 2429632.453 + 5.529716d*E (JD2415000 - 32400);
RZ    Gem   |since JD2432400 - see Table.
SS    Gem   |9.9m <= Min II <= 10.7m.
SU    Gem   |P var. Min I = 2429204 + 50.12d*E (JD2429200 - 355) [00310]; Min I
SU    Gem   |= 2437772.5 + 50.39d*E (JD2437739 - 39850); Min I = 2439856.6 +
SU    Gem   |50.10d*E (JD2439850 - 40680); since JD2440680 - see Table. Mean
SU    Gem   |brightness varies with the elements: Min = 2437953 + 680d*E; M - m
SU    Gem   |= 264d. Amplitude of shortperiodical variations is 0.3m - 0.9m.
SW    Gem   |Min brightness epoch is given.
SX    Gem   |Min II 11.3; d = 0.05P:.
TX    Gem   |Depth of Min II 0.04m; d = 0.017P:.
UV    Gem   |VB A (B 19.5m, 7", 285{deg}).
WW    Gem   |Min II 10.3.
WY    Gem   |May be an eclipsing system similar to VV Cep. Atmospheric eclipse
WY    Gem   |began probably in 1960 - 61, the mean phase of it being in 1968
WY    Gem   |[05730]. Variable magnetic field [01591,04498]. Intrinsic
WY    Gem   |variability of blue component is also possible [07536].
YY    Gem   |VB C (A 1.99m, B 2.85m, a = 6.06", P = 306.3 y; C 73", 165{deg},
YY    Gem   |1925). Min II 9.59; Min II - Min I = 0.50P; D = 0.000P. X-ray
YY    Gem   |source. P const [08655]. Both components are probably UV Cet type
YY    Gem   |variables. Flare amplitude in the integrated light of the system
YY    Gem   |reaches 0.3m V, or 1.8m U [09227].
AA    Gem   |[A/H] = 0.0.
AC    Gem   |Min II 11.3. P var. Min I = 2433649.30 + 1.661795d*E (JD2415000 -
AC    Gem   |36000) [01530]; since JD2430100 - see Table.
AF    Gem   |VB A (B 14.8m, 2", 0{deg}). Min II 10.67. There is a square term in
AF    Gem   |the elements given in the Table: -1.71d*10**(-10)*E**2.
AH    Gem   |Min II 14.8:.
AI    Gem   |Min II 14.0.
AL    Gem   |Min II 9.85.
AN    Gem   |Min II 13.3:; d = 0.037P.
AU    Gem   |OH emission.
AV    Gem   |Min II 12.8:.
AY    Gem   |Min II 10.9.
AZ    Gem   |Min II 12.4.
BB    Gem   |VB A (B 12m, 25", 270{deg}).
BP    Gem   |P var. Max = 2434120 + 243.9d*E (JD2418700 - 36600); since
BP    Gem   |JD2436600 - see Table.
BT    Gem   |Min II 14.0:.
CI    Gem   |UG?
CM    Gem   |Min II 15.0.
DL    Gem   |VB A (B 13.1m, 18", 180{deg}).
DN    Gem   |VB A (B 13.5m, 12", 16{deg}; C 12.0m, 80", 99{deg}).
DP    Gem   |Min II 14.0. RRC? P = 0.2792d?
DX    Gem   |P var. Max = 2433182.876 + 3.136226d*E (JD2425000 - 34000); Max =
DX    Gem   |2435554.199 + 3.136955d*E (JD2434000 - 36500) [08300]; since
DX    Gem   |JD2436500 - see Table.
EF    Gem   |P var. Min = 2428108.49 + 6.10222d*E (JD2428500 - 42800) [00407];
EF    Gem   |since JD2442800 - see Table.
EL    Gem   |Min II 13.6.
EN    Gem   |Min II 13.8.
EW    Gem   |P var. Max = 2428495.686 + 0.523750d*E (JD2428100 - 30780); since
EW    Gem   |JD2430780 - see Table.
EY    Gem   |Min II 13.0.
FT    Gem   |Min II 14.1.
GP    Gem   |Min II 13.5.
GR    Gem   |15.6 <= Min II <= 15.9.
GW    Gem   |Min II 10.68.
GX    Gem   |Min II 11.3.
GZ    Gem   |P = 1.225290d?
HH    Gem   |Min II 13.8.
HR    Gem   |Min II 11.7.
HY    Gem   |Min II 17.5.
II    Gem   |P = 223d?
IP    Gem   |Min II 14.5.
IR    Gem   |In supermaxima there are superhumps with P = 102 Min [09232].
IZ    Gem   |D >= 0.24d.
KN    Gem   |The minor planet (123) Brunhild.
KQ    Gem   |Min II 14.6.
KU    Gem   |d = 0.05P.
KV    Gem   |Epoch of Min of brightness is given. EW type is possible according
KV    Gem   |to the spectrum [09037].
KZ    Gem   |The cycle may be 129d.
LM    Gem   |d = 0.02P.
LX    Gem   |Red.
MO    Gem   |Red.
MP    Gem   |VB.
MU    Gem   |Min II 14.9.
MZ    Gem   |Min II 16.7.
NQ    Gem   |In the spectrum of the carbon star the hydrogen emission lines and
NQ    Gem   |ultraviolet continuous emission appeared in February 1970 [06348].
NY    Gem   |HD 47396 (Pec) = S 5438 = CSV 798 = CSV 6468. In the chart in
NY    Gem   |[00156] the position of the variable is wrong.
OS    Gem   |Oscillations with the period P1 given in the Table are superimposed
OS    Gem   |by oscillations with the period P0 = 0.070d and smaller amplitude.
OS    Gem   |P1/P0 = 0.78.
V0345 Gem   |The variability may be due to the fainter (B) component.
V0371 Gem   |Erroneous identification with HD 256211 in the literature is due to
V0371 Gem   |large positional errors in the HD catalogue for this field.
V0372 Gem   |The depth of MinII is 0.22.
V0373 Gem   |MinII 9.39.
V0375 Gem   |MinII 13.4.
V0383 Gem   |VB A (B 15.2mV, 12", 212{deg}, 1998; more companions at larger
V0383 Gem   |distances). The tabulated amplitude was influenced by the
V0383 Gem   |companions.
V0396 Gem   |Min II = 10.37:.
V0399 Gem   |Min II = 10.44.
V0400 Gem   |Min II = 11.90.
V0401 Gem   |Min II = 12.55.
V0402 Gem   |Min II = 12.35.
V0403 Gem   |Biperiodic, second period 0.1534d.
V0404 Gem   |Min II = 12.9.
V0405 Gem   |Min II = 10.97.
V0409 Gem   |Min II = 13.9.
V0410 Gem   |Min II = 11.06.
V0411 Gem   |The depth of MinII is 0.26 mag (*).
V0412 Gem   |The depth of MinII is 0.5 mag (*).
V0413 Gem   |The depth of MinII is 0.40 mag (*).
V0414 Gem   |Min II = 10.71.
V0415 Gem   |Min II = 12.8.
V0416 Gem   |Min II = 13.1.
V0418 Gem   |Intermediate polar. Porb is tabulated, Pspin = 480.7080s.
V0421 Gem   |Min II = 15.3.
V0422 Gem   |Min II = 8.28.
V0425 Gem   |Min II = 12.78.
V0428 Gem   |Min II = 11.07.
V0432 Gem   |Type EW with a twice longer period is also possible.
V0435 Gem   |The depth of MinII is 0.35 mag (*). O'Connell effect.
V0439 Gem   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
V0455 Gem   |Multiperiodic.
V0483 Gem   |P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.1173070d; P1/P0 = 0.7685.
V0487 Gem   |The magnitude range in the Table is for BY-type brightness
V0487 Gem   |variations. Five flares were also detected.
V0506 Gem   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.551687d; P1/P0 = 0.7465.
V0512 Gem   |The ephemeris of eclipses is presented in the Table. Pulsations:
V0512 Gem   |peak-to-peak amplitude 0.36mV, P = 0.08494573d, M - m = 0.40P.
V0514 Gem   |VB A (B 10.33m, 8", 358{deg}, 2012).
V0517 Gem   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.481358d; P1/P0 = 0.7452.
V0520 Gem   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.540394d; P1/P0 = 0.7468.
zet   Gem   |VB A (B 11.46m, 87", 84{deg}; C 7.56m, 97", 350{deg}). P var. Max =
zet   Gem   |2410640.42 + 10.15477d*E (JD2394600 - 2407150); Max = 2422366.187 +
zet   Gem   |10.15288d*E (JD2407150 - 22300); Max = 2426802.918 + 10.15172d*E
zet   Gem   |(JD2422300 - 34500) [02392]; since JD2434500 - see Table. All the
zet   Gem   |observations are satisfied also by the elements: Max = 2443785.444
zet   Gem   |+ 10.150135d*E - 5.24d*10**(-7)*E**2 [09029]. May by a DCEPS type
zet   Gem   |variable.
eta   Gem   |VB A (B 8.8m, GO III - IV, 1.60", 269.4{deg}, 1977). SB1 (P = 2983d
eta   Gem   |[09236]). Epoch of Min brightness is given. The deepest minima
eta   Gem   |(corresponding to the middles of the descending branches of the
eta   Gem   |radial velocity curve) are satisfied by the elements: Min = 2429355
eta   Gem   |+ 2984d*E [01551].
mu.   Gem   |VB A (B 9.8m, 122", 141{deg}).
sig   Gem   |VB A (B 10.8m, 182", 316{deg}); SB1 (P = 19.603d [09238]). There is
sig   Gem   |a Min II on the light curve; Min II sometimes disappears and
sig   Gem   |sometimes becomes deeper then Min I. Min II - Min I = 0.5P.
U     Gru   |Depth of Min II 0.05m. d = 0.011P.
W     Gru   |P var. Nonlinear term: +7.84d*10**(-9)*E**2. Min II 10.0.
X     Gru   |d = 0.008P. Min II 10.69. P var. Current elements are given.
Z     Gru   |{Delta}(S) = 12:. The shape of the light curve and P are strongly
Z     Gru   |variable.
RS    Gru   |(k - b)2 = 0.22.
RT    Gru   |(k - b)2 = 0.02. Blazhko effect.
RV    Gru   |(B - V)Max = +0.93. Min II 11.4.
RW    Gru   |{Delta}(S) = 10. Blazhko effect.
RX    Gru   |Min II 10.7.
RY    Gru   |Superposition of irregular variations? During JD2434513 - 517
RY    Gru   |precalculated minima were not observed.
RZ    Gru   |A description of light changes [02809].
UW    Gru   |[Fe/H] = -1.6.
VW    Gru   |P >= 260d?
VY    Gru   |P > 160d.
VZ    Gru   |RR type is also possible.
AK    Gru   |Elements should be checked.
AP    Gru   |P var. Mean elements JD2427992 - 36848 - see Table. during
AP    Gru   |JD2434250 - 36848 Max = 2434337.337 + 0.5082945d*E.
AR    Gru   |Min II 10.6.
AV    Gru   |P >= 160d is possible.
AW    Gru   |Min II? JD2436818.
BC    Gru   |Min II 10.3. RRC type is possible.
BD    Gru   |Min II 14.9.
BH    Gru   |Min II 15.2:.
DV    Gru   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
DW    Gru   |VB (A 11.8mV; B = GSC 8449.00117, 13.0mB, 13", 334{deg}, 1999;
DW    Gru   |component A varies? [79063]). Combined magnitudes are tabulated.
DW    Gru   |MinII - MinI = 0.44P.
EN    Gru   |P varies. dP/dt = +0.55 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
ER    Gru   |Blazhko effect.
ES    Gru   |Period varies?
EX    Gru   |The coordinates in [81005] are wrong.
pi. 1 Gru   |VB A (B 10.9m, G0V, 2.7", 202{deg}).
T     Her   |VB A (B 10m, 67", 321{deg}).
U     Her   |SiO, OH, H2O maser.
W     Her   |ADS 10121 A (B 14.2m, 6", 334{deg}).
X     Her   |P2 = 746d.
Z     Her   |VB A (B ro > 10"). Min II 8.18. nonlinear term:
Z     Her   |-6.19d*10**(-10)*E**2.
RU    Her   |SiO maser. The spectrum in Min light is composite; a companion?
RU    Her   |[03502].
RX    Her   |Min II 7.74.
SW    Her   |B - V; +0.12, +0.40. P var. Before 1921 Max = 2416687.018 +
SW    Her   |0.4928864d*E.
SX    Her   |[Fe/H] = -1.8.
SY    Her   |On period variations see [08699].
SZ    Her   |Min II 10.10. P var. Min = 2430766.8390 + 0.818096d*E +
SZ    Her   |0.0165d*sin(0.010465{deg}*E + 180{deg}) [05749]. The Table gives
SZ    Her   |current elements satisfac - tory after JD2438000.
TT    Her   |Min II 9.89. The light curve shape var. P var. Before JD2430000 Min
TT    Her   |= 2425433.627 + 0.9120846D [02389]; Min = 2434525.2572 +
TT    Her   |0.9120800d*E (JD2430000 - 40000) [03504]; since JD2440000 - see
TT    Her   |Table.
TU    Her   |d = 0.022P. P var. Before JD2435000 Min = 2424381.416 +
TU    Her   |2.2671303d*E - 854d*10**(-11)*E**2 [09240]; Min = 2437462.3909 +
TU    Her   |2.2669718d*E (JD2435000 - 38000) [09241]; Min = 2443324.70097 +
TU    Her   |2.2669385d*E (JD2438000 - 44000) [08593]; since JD2444000 - see
TU    Her   |Table.
TW    Her   |[Fe/H] = -0.47.
TX    Her   |Min II 8.97, DII = 0.11P. P var; periodic term:
TX    Her   |+0.0081d*sin(0.042{deg}*(E + 7255)).
UU    Her   |[Fe/H] = -1.27. There was alternation of periods 90d and 71d
UU    Her   |[00310]; the period 45d [03507] was also noted. During JD2443611 -
UU    Her   |44161 - see Table. Epoch of Min is given.
UX    Her   |Min II 9.11. P var. Before JD2429000 Min = 2419876.467 +
UX    Her   |1.5488598d*E [00279]; Min = 2429987.420 + 1.5488513d*E (JD2429000 -
UX    Her   |38000) [03671]; since JD2438000 - see Table.
VW    Her   |VB A (B 17.3m, 18", 120{deg}.
VX    Her   |{Delta}(S) = 5. P var; nonlinear term: -0.00745d (E:10000)**2.
VX    Her   |According to [03369], a member of an eclipsing binary system.
VZ    Her   |[Fe/H] = -0.9. P var. P = 0.44031880d (JD2415000 - 22000) [05738];
VZ    Her   |Max = 2425004.4590 + 0.44032394d*E (JD2422000 - 27000); Max =
VZ    Her   |2425004.4456 + 0.44032631d*E (JD2427000 - 36000) [03506]; since
VZ    Her   |JD2436000 - see Table.
WW    Her   |VB A (B 15.6m, 7.4", 148.5{deg}, white).
WX    Her   |Twice longer P is not excluded.
AC    Her   |P var. The Table gives current elements valid since JD2442000. Mean
AC    Her   |P = 75.4619d [01754]. The magnitude in Max varies with {Delta}(m) =
AC    Her   |1.6m [00368].
AD    Her   |VB A (B 11.97m, 5", 189{deg}). d = 0.033P. Min II 9.79.
AF    Her   |P var. Before JD2426950 P = 0.630336d; since JD2426950 - see Table.
AF    Her   |The shape of the light curve var.
AG    Her   |P var. Max = 2422935.584 + 0.6494378d*E (JD2418210 - 26952); since
AG    Her   |JD2426952 - see Table.
AH    Her   |Porb = 5.9d:. Oscillations during outbursts: 24s <= P <= 39s,
AH    Her   |{Delta}(m) <= 0.003m [09251]. Flicckering in Max And Min up to 0.4m
AH    Her   |in 2 - 8 minutes [09252].
AK    Her   |ADS 10408 A (B 12.0m, 5", 323{deg}). Min II 8.64. Min II - Min I =
AK    Her   |0.505P. dII = 0.07P. P var. Before JD2421200 Min = 2421200.549 +
AK    Her   |0.42152207d*E; Min = 2421200.549 + 0.42152083d*E (JD2421200 -
AK    Her   |24950); Min = 2424949.555 + 0.42152061d*E (JD2424950 - 30000)
AK    Her   |[01760]; Min = 2430939.368 + 0.42152362d*E (JD2430000 - 41500);
AK    Her   |since 2441500 - see Table. The shape of the light curve var.
AM    Her   |3U 1809 +50. Lx(soft)/Lopt ~15. Emissions of H and KCaII, H, HeI,
AM    Her   |HeII, etc. In the spectrum. Epoch of Min I in V light is given. The
AM    Her   |period shows complex variations. The phase of Min I in U light is
AM    Her   |0.30p, in B 0.15P, in R 0.05P. Min I is probably due to an eclipse
AM    Her   |of a hot spot and the gas flow near the surface of the white dwarf
AM    Her   |by the white dwarf itself. The depth of Min I is up to 0.7m. Min II
AM    Her   |with the depth up to 0.4m (sometimes absent), Min II - Min I =
AM    Her   |0.55P. Min II coincides in phase with the X-ray eclipse. High and
AM    Her   |low states (b ~13.0m and B ~15.0m on average); in the high state
AM    Her   |there are variations with {Delta}(m) ~0.3m on the time scale >=
AM    Her   |200d; the duration of low states is 130d - 700d [09258] or less.
AM    Her   |During low states the depth of minima is small. Flickering up to
AM    Her   |0.8mV in several minutes or dozens of seconds; X-ray flickering on
AM    Her   |the time scale of ~10s not correlating with optical flickering. The
AM    Her   |magnetic field ~1*10**7 G at the equator, ~2*10**7 G on poles.
AM    Her   |Variable circular (from +3% to -9%) and linear (up to 7%)
AM    Her   |polarization. IR excess at {lambda} 10 mkm.
AP    Her   |P var strongly. P = 10.400d (JD2415000 - 19000:); P = 10.3970d
AP    Her   |(JD2423700 - 24700:); P = 10.4260d (JD2424700 - 25300); P =
AP    Her   |10.4338D (JD2425800 - 27000); P = 10.3945d (JD2427000 - 27400); P =
AP    Her   |10.4277d (JD2433000 - 33850); P = 10.3898d (JD2433850 - 34850); P =
AP    Her   |10.4209d (JD2434850 - 35600); P = 10.3715d (JD2435600 - 37200);
AP    Her   |DURING JD2437200 - 43800 - see Table. The light curve shape var.
AP    Her   |[A/H] = -0.8.
AR    Her   |P var in a complicated way. Max = 2424794.274 + 0.4700234d*E (1905
AR    Her   |- 1954) [06535]; Max = 2439692.683 + 0.469975d*E (1954 - 1967)
AR    Her   |[05274]; since 1967 - see Table. Blazhko effect, Pi = 31.5489d
AR    Her   |[03555], {Delta}(m) var (0.9m -: 1.8m pg) [02168], (M - m) var.
AR    Her   |{Delta}(S) = 6.
AT    Her   |The star is bright on one plate (JD2418209). Besides that, 11.8m -
AT    Her   |12.25m.
AW    Her   |VB A (B 10" - 20"). d = 0.03P.
BB    Her   |P var. P = 7.507696D (JD2418924 - 30700); since JD2430700 - see
BB    Her   |Table. [A/H] = +0.3.
BC    Her   |P var. Before JD2432000 Min = 2426242.372 + 3.08752d*E [09262];
BC    Her   |since JD2436000 - see Table.
BD    Her   |P var. P = 0.4739135d (JD2426540 - 29620); P = 0.4739057d
BD    Her   |(JD2429620 - 30570); Max = 2430495.404 + 0.4739126d*E (JD2430570 -
BD    Her   |before 1948) [09263]; since 1948 - see Table. {Delta}(S) = 0.8.
BL    Her   |P var. P = 1.3074604d (JD2415000 - 35000); since JD2435000 - see
BL    Her   |Table. Another possible representation: Max = 2434999.402 +
BL    Her   |1.307457d*E - 3.9d*10**(-10)*E**2 (JD2415000 - 42000). [Fe/H] =
BL    Her   |0.0.
BO    Her   |d = 0.015P. Min II 10.8. P var?
CC    Her   |P var. Min = 2426120.415 + 1.7340314d*E (JD 2425790 - 31265); Min =
CC    Her   |2431265.288 + 1.7340460d*E (JD2431265 - 36000) [02389]; Min =
CC    Her   |2439668.342 + 1.73398d*E (JD2436000 - 39600); since JD2439600 - see
CC    Her   |Table.
CD    Her   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
CE    Her   |[A/H] = -1.8.
CK    Her   |P var? Max = 2429231.234 + 0.519201d*E (JD2429231 - 877) [00332];
CK    Her   |during JD2436041 - 37955 - see Table.
CO    Her   |P2 = 600d. Sometimes does not vary for 150d.
CP    Her   |Superimposed waves, 50d - 100d.
CT    Her   |The depth of min II 0.05m. P var. Min = 2430904.431 + 1.786337d*E
CT    Her   |(JD2426480 - 35000) [03567]; Min = 2439355.666 + 1.7863645d*E
CT    Her   |(JD2435000 - 39500) [00001]; Min = JD2441499.3307 + 1.7863891d*E
CT    Her   |(JD2439500 - 42500) [08593]; since JD2442500 - see Table.
DE    Her   |P var. Max = 2425754 + 171.2d*E (JD2425754 - 30890); Max = 2430889
DE    Her   |+ 175.3d*E (JD2430890 - 36150); during JD2436150 - 38140 - see
DE    Her   |Table.
DF    Her   |Elements are valid since JD2425900.
DH    Her   |d = 0.024P:. Min II 9.5.
DI    Her   |Min II 8.95, DII = 0.03P, Min II - Min I = 0.77P (1966 - 1978).
DI    Her   |Apsidal motion: P = 29000yr +- 4000yr; Min II = 2442241.4602 +
DI    Her   |10.5501751d*E. A considerable discrepancy between the observed and
DI    Her   |the theoretical rate of apsidal motion.
DK    Her   |P var.
DL    Her   |Blazhko effect, Pi = 33.6d, 11.0m <= m Max <= 11.3m. P var.
DL    Her   |{Delta}(S) = 5.
DO    Her   |Close to V362 Her.
DQ    Her   |VB A (B 18.17m, F, 3.5", 132{deg}, optical?). Nebula, R = 10.5"
DQ    Her   |(H{alpha}, 1981). After the main Max of the Nova a deep Min 13.0m
DQ    Her   |(JD2426925) and a flat secondary Max 6.7m (JD2427065) were
DQ    Her   |observed. Eclipsing variability: 14.61m - 18.08m, Min HeI =
DQ    Her   |2434954.9445 + 0.193620877d*E [09280]. D = 0.20P, d = 0.000P. The
DQ    Her   |light curve shape and {Delta}(M) var. Oscillations: Max HeI =
DQ    Her   |JED2434954.785868 + 8.22521640d*10**(-4)*E - 2.8048d*10**(-16)*E**2
DQ    Her   |[08722], 0 <= {Delta}(m) <= 0.08m. Polarization changes with double
DQ    Her   |oscilation period. Flickering: {Delta}(m) = 0.15m.
DY    Her   |P var, nonlinear term: -18.6d*10**(-13)*E**2.
EI    Her   |Red.
EN    Her   |P var. Before JD2427000 P = 160d.
ES    Her   |Min II 13.7.
ET    Her   |The elements are valid earlier than JD2427200
EX    Her   |Red.
EZ    Her   |The elements are valid earlier than JD2427400.
FN    Her   |P var?
FW    Her   |Min II 14.6.
FY    Her   |According to the spectrum, EW type is possible.
GL    Her   |P var?
GU    Her   |d = 0.010P. Min II 11.8. Min II - Min I = 0.513P.
GV    Her   |[Fe/H] = -1.41. P var. Max = 2427543.360 + 0.2914606d*E (JD2427543
GV    Her   |- 29728) [00152]; during JD2436041 - 38170 - see Table.
GY    Her   |P var. Max = 2428219.623 + 0.524347d*E (JD2428219 - 727) [00152];
GY    Her   |during JD2436370 - 38170 - see Table.
HS    Her   |d = 0.025P. Min II 8.63. P var; since JD2438240 - see Table.
HS    Her   |Apsidal motion: Pi ~130yr [06538].
HV    Her   |d = 0.008P:; Min II 12.9:.
HZ    Her   |Her X-1 = 4U 1656 + 35. Lx/Lopt = 2 - 60. The Table gives elements
HZ    Her   |for light minima due to eclipsing variability and the reflection
HZ    Her   |effect. Min I coincides with the X-ray eclipse. Shallow Min II may
HZ    Her   |be present. The reflection effect causes variations with {Delta}(m)
HZ    Her   |up to 1.5m. A cycle of 34.875d duration is observed in X-ray band;
HZ    Her   |the source is faint during two thirds of the cycle. The optical
HZ    Her   |light curve changes are observed during the 35d cycle [09283].
HZ    Her   |According to [06539], during JD2427543 - 657 and JD2428630 - 29789
HZ    Her   |the strong reflection effect was absent; the star was still varying
HZ    Her   |with P = 1.7d and had {Delta}(m) ~0.5m, Min I = Min II. In [06546]
HZ    Her   |it is stated that such intervals with no reflection effect, of 8d
HZ    Her   |to 7a duration, took place for almost half the time since 1890. The
HZ    Her   |light changes during such intervals are in the range 14.7m - 15.2m
HZ    Her   |pg. Since 1957 intervals without the reflection effect were not
HZ    Her   |observed. In June - July 1983 the predicted phases of high X-ray
HZ    Her   |flux did not take place, but the reflection effect did not
HZ    Her   |disappear [09284]. Secondary light variations: P1 = 1.0977d
HZ    Her   |({delta}(B1) = 0.33m), P2 = 0.871173d*E ({delta}(B2) = 0.10m), P3 =
HZ    Her   |1.623846d*E ({delta}(B3) = 0.17m) [09285]. X-ray pulsar, P =
HZ    Her   |1.2377991s (JD2443357), dP/dt/P = (-2.9 +- 0.2)*10**(-6)/yr
HZ    Her   |[09286], sometimes noticeable also in the optical range [06543].
HZ    Her   |Rapid brightness flickering.
IK    Her   |d = 0.030P?
IQ    Her   |Superposition of variations with shorter P and small {Delta}(m)
IQ    Her   |[06645].
IT    Her   |According to the spectrum, EW type is possible.
KL    Her   |Min II 14.7.
KV    Her   |The light curve is characteristic of Mira Ceti stars but strongly
KV    Her   |varies. Many irregularities. O - C: -96d, +73d.
LR    Her   |Min II 15.4:.
LS    Her   |The light curve shape var.
LT    Her   |d = 0.02P. Min II 10.79.
LV    Her   |P var? During JD2428429 - 31342 - see Table.
MM    Her   |VB A (B 13.50m, 18", 120{deg}). Min II 9.7. {Delta}(m) of the
MM    Her   |distorsion wave up to 0.12m.
MP    Her   |[Fe/H] = -1.18.
MS    Her   |Min II 13.3.
MT    Her   |Min II 12.30.
MV    Her   |The chart in [00156] identifies the variable erroneously; real MV
MV    Her   |Her is marked as "C".
MW    Her   |P var. P = 503d (1976) [09290]. During JD24668 - 29172 - see Table.
MX    Her   |Moments of Min after JD2444000 published by different groups of
MX    Her   |observers contradict each other.
NQ    Her   |According to [03882], EA, 8.0 - 8.6 pg, Min II 8.4, Min I =
NQ    Her   |2426894.433 + 0.870218d*E (JD2426894 - 34250).
NR    Her   |Waves, P = 2.8d - 5.5d.
OQ    Her   |Epoch of min is given.
OS    Her   |B - V: +0.12, +0.48.
OU    Her   |Spectral type is given according to [02198]; in BSD-G7.
OX    Her   |{Delta}(S) = 6:.
PW    Her   |Min II 10.1; DII ~0.3P(!).
V0338 Her   |Min II 10.13. P var. Before JD2437000 Min = 2433771.38 +
V0338 Her   |1.305732d*E [03115]; Min = 2441864.379 + 1.3057515d*E (JD2437000 -
V0338 Her   |43400) [08593,00001]; since JD2443400 - see Table.
V0342 Her   |Min II 10.7.
V0347 Her   |P var. Max = 2415288.21 + 0.5373619d*E (JD2415288 - 18596); since
V0347 Her   |JD2429495 - see Table.
V0359 Her   |P var. Min = 2416046.476 + 1.755754d*E (JD2416000 - 26500) [00001];
V0359 Her   |Min = 2435693.47 + 1.755775d*E (JD 2426500 - 36000) [01040]; since
V0359 Her   |JD2443500 - see Table.
V0362 Her   |Close to DO Her.
V0365 Her   |Blazhko effect: Pi = 40.64d. P var. During JD2429037 - 36840 - see
V0365 Her   |Table.
V0373 Her   |P = 0.33d or 0.50d is possible.
V0384 Her   |P ~0.33d is possible.
V0387 Her   |Min II 13.2.
V0394 Her   |P var?
V0395 Her   |Z = 0.0643.
V0396 Her   |Z = 0.175.
V0403 Her   |Min II 16.0:.
V0412 Her   |Min II 15.2.
V0422 Her   |P var? During JD2434131 - 35991 - see Table.
V0423 Her   |Min II 15.0.
V0426 Her   |Min II 15.8.
V0431 Her   |P var.
V0436 Her   |The elements are uncertain.
V0441 Her   |IR excess, evidence for a circumstellar envelope. Possibly
V0441 Her   |non-radial pulsation.
V0442 Her   |P var. Max = 2434223.375 + 0.4421143d*E (JD2417447 - 36083); since
V0442 Her   |JD2435730 - see Table. The shape of the light curve varies.
V0446 Her   |Before the outburst 16.2m - 18.8m [03607].
V0451 Her   |ADS 10310 A (B 10.70m, 19", 239{deg}). The epoch of Min U light is
V0451 Her   |given.
V0458 Her   |[Fe/H] = -1.65.
V0463 Her   |P = 54.4d is possible.
V0477 Her   |Min II 15.4.
V0482 Her   |Possibly eclipsing.
V0499 Her   |Blazhko effect.
V0502 Her   |Min II 13.5?
V0510 Her   |P var?
V0511 Her   |P var?
V0513 Her   |Min II 15.7.
V0516 Her   |Min II 17.1.
V0523 Her   |Elements are valid during JD2430940 - 990.
V0524 Her   |Twice shorter P is possible.
V0527 Her   |Max = 2430938.451 + 0.5188d*E (JD2430938 - 990); during JD2436308 -
V0527 Her   |318 - see Table.
V0529 Her   |Epoch of Min is given. According to [04217], P = 120d.
V0533 Her   |VB A (B 16m, 9.5", 0{deg}). oscillations: Max = 2443717.730281 +
V0533 Her   |0.0007364941d*E, A ~1% [04162].
V0551 Her   |P = 4.00d/n is possible.
V0552 Her   |P = 3.04d/n is possible.
V0554 Her   |P = 4.01d/n is possible.
V0557 Her   |P = 8.00d/n is possible.
V0570 Her   |P = 0.5d or 0.33d is possible.
V0578 Her   |Red.
V0581 Her   |Several close companion.
V0582 Her   |VB. Red.
V0583 Her   |Red.
V0588 Her   |Possibly eclipsing.
V0600 Her   |SB, Porb - see Table. Variability of Vr possibly caused by BCEP
V0600 Her   |type pulsations: P - 0.18d.
V0601 Her   |Elements are valid since JD2439184.
V0604 Her   |Red.
V0608 Her   |Blazhko effect.
V0615 Her   |Red.
V0618 Her   |P var?
V0624 Her   |VB A (12.04m, 40"). Min II 6.35. SB2.
V0637 Her   |ADS 10227 A (BC 9.2m, 9.2m, 1.7", 18{deg}, 1975; BC: A = 0.28",
V0637 Her   |Porb = 56.56yr).
V0639 Her   |{pi} = 0.087". VB B (A = V647 Her, 11.36m var, dM4e; B 16",
V0639 Her   |268{deg}). Flares in the bands U and M pg.
V0640 Her   |VB A (B 14.9m, 8.5", 217{deg}; C 13.9m, 23", 221{deg}).
V0641 Her   |L or ISB type is also possible.
V0644 Her   |SB (Porb = 11.859d).
V0645 Her   |P ~3h - 10h, a cycle of 40d.
V0647 Her   |VB A (B = V639 Her, 16", 268{deg}); {pi} = 0.087".
V0652 Her   |P var; nonlinear term: -45.80d*10**(-10)*E**2. {Delta}(m) var.
V0652 Her   |Resembles PV TEL type stars but is a helium rich subdwarf. Epoch of
V0652 Her   |Max is given. Secondary hump at the phase 0.5P.
V0654 Her   |{Delta}(m) = 0.15m in white light.
V0655 Her   |ADS 10407 A (B 9.2m, 4.1", 144{deg}, 1971).
V0657 Her   |According to [02610], CST?, 11.0m.
V0662 Her   |Less probable P values: 0.56629d, 0.56710d, 0.56881d, 0.56970d.
V0685 Her   |Min II 15.8.
V0687 Her   |Min II 14.9.
V0691 Her   |Possible P values: 0.927d, 0.637d.
V0697 Her   |H2O, OH maser.
V0699 Her   |Min II 16.0:.
V0717 Her   |Blazhko effect?
V0718 Her   |Min II 14.3.
V0719 Her   |EW type with twice longer P is not excluded.
V0720 Her   |Blazhko effect?
V0721 Her   |Blazhko effect?
V0722 Her   |Min II 15.7.
V0723 Her   |Min II 15.5.
V0728 Her   |Min II 11.4.
V0731 Her   |Min II 13.8. Twice shorter P is not excluded.
V0732 Her   |Min II 13.8.
V0733 Her   |Min II 14.3:.
V0737 Her   |Blazhko effect?
V0740 Her   |Min II 14.4.
V0741 Her   |Blazhko effect?
V0742 Her   |Min II 14.4.
V0744 Her   |Vr var, P = 86.7221d (SB1? nonradial pulsatiob?). Rapid spectral
V0744 Her   |variability is possible: P = 2.5552d, 0.78906d.
V0749 Her   |P = 465s.
V0771 Her   |Epoch of max U light is given.
V0772 Her   |VB AB (7.4m, G0V; 8.5m, G8V:; A = 0.27", E = 0.97, P = 20.0yr, C
V0772 Her   |10.62m, 28"). One of the components (probably B) is SB1, P =
V0772 Her   |0.879511d [04056]. The same component must be the eclipsing system.
V0772 Her   |Faint X-ray source.
V0774 Her   |Both flares and "antiflares" (abrupt fadings) of comparable
V0774 Her   |amplitude are observed.
V0946 Her   |Not Wolf 688, a large-proper-motion star, which is at 17h19m28s.9,
V0946 Her   |+33{deg}05'10" (epoch and equinox 2000.0).
V0973 Her   |Suspected rapid brightness variations.
V0994 Her   |The secondary component of the double system may also vary.
V1088 Her   |MinII 14.1.
V1091 Her   |MinII 12.27.
V1092 Her   |The depth of MinII is 0.46. VB B (B GSC 02073-00504, 14").
V1093 Her   |Multi-mode pulsations at a time scale of hours.
V1094 Her   |MinII 13.08.
V1095 Her   |MinII 12.40.
V1099 Her   |Multi-mode pulsations of an sdB star at a time scale of hours.
V1101 Her   |MinII 12.47.
V1102 Her   |MinII 14.27.
V1103 Her   |MinII 12.37.
V1106 Her   |MinII 12.9. DSCT type with a twice shorter period is also possible
V1106 Her   |[264,040].
V1108 Her   |VB B (A 1" sf). The finding chart in [78247] is incorrect.
V1117 Her   |Flat waves near maximum and deep fadings. IR excess.
V1124 Her   |Blazhko effect? P(Bl) = 38.4d:. A pulsation period of 0.3551d is
V1124 Her   |not excluded.
V1131 Her   |The tabulated amplitude can be too low because of a neighboring
V1131 Her   |star.
V1135 Her   |The light elements in the Table are for eclipses. Pulsations:
V1135 Her   |amplitude up to 0.3m, Max=2451413.280+4.2243dxE.
V1137 Her   |Min II = 14.7.
V1138 Her   |Min II = 14.0.
V1140 Her   |Min II = 14.1.
V1141 Her   |Multiperiodic, three close, nearly equidistant frequencies. P1 is
V1141 Her   |tabulated (semi-amplitude 0.105m); P2 = 0.320340d (0.053m); P3 =
V1141 Her   |0.314355d (0.040m).
V1143 Her   |Min II = 11.7.
V1144 Her   |Min II = 15.4 :.
V1146 Her   |Min II = 11.45:.
V1158 Her   |Type RRC with a twice shorter period is possible.
V1211 Her   |Multiperiodic.
V1227 Her   |Porb = 0.06319d.
V1231 Her   |VB A (B 12.9mV, 12", 289{deg}, 1999).
V1236 Her   |VB AB (10.2m, 11.2m, 1.3", 331{deg}, 2009).
V1239 Her   |Eclipsing variability in quiescence: 17.4m - 19.1mV, Min =
V1239 Her   |2453648.236507 + 0.10008215d x E, D = 0.1P.
V1250 Her   |Ultraviolet flare amplitude in excess of 1.4m.
V1265 Her   |Blazhko effect?
V1285 Her   |The elements tabulated are for the first overtone. P0 = 0.5539d.
V1290 Her   |SB1, Porb = 45.6228d.
V1299 Her   |Type SRB is not excluded.
V1302 Her   |VB B (A 12.2mV; B 12.4mV, 13", 266{deg}, 1998).
V1304 Her   |VB A (B 12.1m, 16", 329{deg}, 2000).
V1314 Her   |Blazhko effect?
V1323 Her   |Intermediate polar; variations with only the spin period were
V1323 Her   |detected. Porb = 0.11126d.
V1344 Her   |MinII - MinI = 0.545P.
V1366 Her   |P strongly varies, current elements after JD 2456000 are given in
V1366 Her   |the Table.
V1373 Her   |Period varies.
V1377 Her   |Period varies.
V1390 Her   |MinII - MinI = 0.46P.
V1396 Her   |Blazhko effect.
V1440 Her   |P2 = 0.291982d. Mode identification is unclear.
V1441 Her   |Multiperiodic.
V1446 Her   |VB A (B 3", 133{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes in the Table were
V1446 Her   |influenced with the companion.
V1452 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.547662d; P1/P0 = 0.7462.
V1457 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.531662d; P1/P0 = 0.7465.
V1458 Her   |The data for 1SWASP J161858.05+261303.5 data [82030] are combined
V1458 Her   |measures for a non-variable star (V = 13.2m) near the SuperWASP
V1458 Her   |position and the real variable.
V1460 Her   |Outside outburst, type EW with light elements Min = 2456560.640 +
V1460 Her   |0.2078522d x E, V = 15.08m - 15.55m, MinII 15.45mV. Near outburst
V1460 Her   |maximum, type EA with the depth of MinI reaching 1.2mV and the
V1460 Her   |depth of MinII of only about 0.1mV.
V1461 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.559638d; P1/P0 = 0.7461.
V1466 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.545187d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V1467 Her   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2737529d; P(Blazhko) = 112d.
V1468 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.570831d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
V1472 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.506715d; P1/P0 = 0.7448.
V1473 Her   |The NSVS data for ROTSE1 J164316.86+264815.8 are combined
V1473 Her   |measurements for a non-variable star (V = 12.4m) near the ROTSE
V1473 Her   |position and the real variable.
V1474 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.536720d; P1/P0 = 0.7464.
V1477 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.532323d; P1/P0 = 0.7454.
V1478 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.502498d; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
V1480 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.473596d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
V1481 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.472265d; P1/P0 = 0.7441.
V1482 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.532921d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V1483 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.537739d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V1484 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.530745d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V1486 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.489858d; P1/P0 = 0.7447.
V1487 Her   |The data for 1SWASP J165734.53+274827.7 in [82030] are combined
V1487 Her   |measurements for a non-variable star (V = 14.7m) near SuperWASP
V1487 Her   |position and this variable (18"S).
V1488 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.502028d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
V1489 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.550905d; P1/P0 = 0.7462.
V1490 Her   |VB A (B 12.5mV, 16", 110{deg}, 2000).
V1491 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.555957d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
V1492 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478660d; P1/P0 = 0.7446.
V1499 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.503175d; P1/P0 = 0.7457.
V1503 Her   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.340686d; P(Blazhko) = 17.2d.
V1507 Her   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.480341d; P1/P0 = 0.7438.
alf   Her   |ADS 10418 A (B 5.39m, 4.9", 107{deg}, 1973; B - SB2, G5III + F2V).
alf   Her   |Slow variations, P ~6yr, {Delta}(m) ~0.5m; quicker changes, P ~ 50d
alf   Her   |- 155d, {Delta}(m) ~ 0.3m - 1.0m. Together with the visual
alf   Her   |companion the star is surrounded by an enormous envelope (R
alf   Her   |~2*10**5R$, expansion velocity 10 km/s, mass loss 3*10**(-8)M$/yr).
nu.   Her   |[Fe/H] = -0.26. SB?
omi   Her   |VB interferometric.
phi   Her   |SB, Porb = 560.5d.
ome   Her   |ADS 10054 A (B 11.5m, 0.8", 232{deg}, 1967; C 11.0m, 28.4",
ome   Her   |96{deg}, 1957; D 27.5", 271{deg}, 1960). Epoch of Min is given.
ome   Her   |Double wave in the light curve. Rapid variations, P = 0.15d
ome   Her   |[09310].
g     Her   |The mean cycle 1972 - 1981 is given. Slow pulsations (P = 875d +-
g     Her   |70d) and non-periodic variations on the time scale of 5d - 15d with
g     Her   |{Delta}(m) up to 0.2m are superimposed.
u     Her   |ADS 10449 A (B 10.2m, 4.4", 60{deg}). Min II 4.93.
R     Hor   |OH, H2O, SiO maser. P var. Max = 2428868 + 401.5d*E (JD2412800 -
R     Hor   |28900); since JD2428900 - see Table.
V     Hor   |P = 59d (JD2428380 - 910), P = 90d (JD2429170 - 980).
X     Hor   |Epoch of Min brightness is given. Maxima are broad. Usually
X     Hor   |secondary minima are observed.
SY    Hor   |Min II 12.0.
SZ    Hor   |Min II 10.7:.
TU    Hor   |Min II 6.03; Min II - Min I = 0.52P; Max II is fainter than Max I
TU    Hor   |by 0.05m. Peculiar ellipsoidal variable [09245].
TY    Hor   |Type RCB?
UU    Hor   |P var. Max = 2416826.417 + 0.6436900d*E (JD2416800 - 25000); since
UU    Hor   |JD2425000 - see Table.
UX    Hor   |Min II 14.4. P var. Min I = 2426659.380 + 0.7126943d*E (JD2426650 -
UX    Hor   |30860); since JD2430540 - see Table.
UZ    Hor   |P var. Max = 2426679.425 + 0.338188d*E (JD2426300 - 28430); since
UZ    Hor   |JD2430040 - see Table.
VY    Hor   |{mu} = 0.173", ro = 33{deg}. P = 314s, 617s.
R     Hya   |VB A (B 13.0m, 21.6", 324{deg}). SiO maser. P var. According to
R     Hya   |[00458]; Max = 2328201 + 486d*E (JD2328200 - 31120); Max = 2343512
R     Hya   |+ 507d*E (JD2343300 - 44800); Max = 2372678 + 485d*E (JD2372200 -
R     Hya   |72700); Max = 2380447 + 477d*E (JD2380000 - 81400); Max = 2385160 +
R     Hya   |461d*E (JD2384700 - 88000); Max = 2394350 + 448.6d*E (JD2393900 -
R     Hya   |2402000); Max = 2403742 + 434d*E (JD2403300 - 04200); Max = 2406363
R     Hya   |+ 429.5d*E (JD2406000 - 11100); Max = 2413642 + 411d*E (JD2413200 -
R     Hya   |14100); Max = 2416563 + 405.5d*E (JD2416100 - 23400); Max = 2424288
R     Hya   |+ 414.7d*E (JD2423400 - 28500). since JD2428500 - see Table.
T     Hya   |P var. Max = 2399455 + 289.00d*E(JD2398600 - 2421700); Max =
T     Hya   |2422584 + 294.2d*E (JD2421700 - 25800); Max = 2431781 + 284.20d*E
T     Hya   |(JD2425800 - 36200); since JD2437500 - see Table.
V     Hya   |VB A (B 11.58mV, KO III, 46", 186{deg}). Mean brightness variations
V     Hya   |with P = 6670d and A = 3.5m are superimposed by light oscillations
V     Hya   |with A = 1.1m - 2m and elements given in the Table. Deep light
V     Hya   |minima were observed in 1891, 1908, 1925, 1942 - 43, 1959, and
V     Hya   |1962. A graph of the light curve [03614].
W     Hya   |VB A (B 9.3m, 72", 108{deg}). P var. Max = 2411074 + 379d*E
W     Hya   |(JD2411000 - 14150); Max = 2414644 + 395d*E (JD2414150 - 19400);
W     Hya   |Max = 2419746 + 378d*E (JD2419400 - 25200) [00458]. Max = 2425740 +
W     Hya   |366d*E (JD2425200 - 27000); Max = 2440336 + 397.35d*E (JD2428000 -
W     Hya   |40500); since JD2440500 - see Table. Amplitude and shape of the
W     Hya   |light curve vary strongly. OH, H2O, SiO maser.
X     Hya   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
Y     Hya   |Mean magnitude varies.
RR    Hya   |H2O maser.
RS    Hya   |P var. Max = 2422973 + 330.2d*E (JD2414000 - 23000); Max = 2429126
RS    Hya   |+ 342.0d*E (JD2423000 - 29200); Max = 2429455 + 331.2d*E (JD2429200
RS    Hya   |- 34500); since JD2434500 - see Table.
RT    Hya   |Before 1952 P = 255d; since 1952 - see Table. The character And
RT    Hya   |amplitude of light variations vary strongly.
RU    Hya   |OH, H2O maser. P var. Max = 2429572 + 334.0d*E (JD2414000 - 29600);
RU    Hya   |since JD2428500 - see Table.
RW    Hya   |SB2 (P = 370d). Epoch of Min brightness is given.
RX    Hya   |VB A (B 10.5m). Depth of Min II 0.05m. P var. Min I = 2428261.385 +
RX    Hya   |2.2815942d*E (JD2419500 - 28500); Min I = 2440650.409 +
RX    Hya   |2.2816200d*E (JD2428500 - 41400); since JD2441400 - see Table.
SS    Hya   |VB A (B 12.0m, 13", 195{deg}); SB2.
SU    Hya   |Mean magnitude varies with P = 780d.
SV    Hya   |VB A (B 35", 225{deg}). {Delta}(S) = 7.
SX    Hya   |D = 0.022P. P var. Min I = 2427659.223 + 2.895697d*E (JD2410000 -
SX    Hya   |28000) [00007]; since JD2442500 - see Table.
SY    Hya   |P var. Min = 2425590.589 + 3.403082d*E (JD2425500 - 31150) [07548].
SY    Hya   |Since JD2432200 - see Table.
SZ    Hya   |P var. Max = 2415714.1429 + 0.53742815d*E (JD2414700 - 26500)
SZ    Hya   |[03626]; Max = 2426410.575 + 0.53736d*E (JD2426400 - 27200)
SZ    Hya   |[00001]; Max = 2431881.5537 + 0.53723051d*E (JD2427880 - 35200)
SZ    Hya   |[03626]; Max = 2435542.267 + 0.5372497d*E (JD2435500 - 38900)
SZ    Hya   |[03627]. Since JD2438770 - see Table. Blazhko effect: Max(A) =
SZ    Hya   |2440705 + 25.8d*n [06557]; 10.44m <= Max <= 11.03m.
TT    Hya   |Min II 7.32; d = 0.035P.
TU    Hya   |P var. Max = 2416980 + 277.5d*E (JD2412500 - 17300); Max = 2417260
TU    Hya   |+ 272.5d*E (JD2417200 - 19800) [01787]; Max = 2430410 + 281.4d*E
TU    Hya   |(JD2420500 - 30500); Max = 2438332 + 272.3d*E (JD2432000 - 39200);
TU    Hya   |since JD2439200 - see Table.
TY    Hya   |P var. Min = 2434478.464 + 4.660978d*E (JD2419800 - 35000) [01788];
TY    Hya   |since JD2435000 - see Table.
UU    Hya   |P var. Max = 2427423.84 + 0.5238585d*E (JD2414950 - 27400) [01789];
UU    Hya   |Max = 2429729.835 + 0.523854d*E (JD2427000 - 31000) [00752].
UU    Hya   |Spectrum is based on Ca II.
UW    Hya   |Min II 13.8:; Min II - Min I = 0.64P. P = 1.055439d?
UY    Hya   |Min II 13.8. RRC?
VV    Hya   |P var. Max = 2427421 + 155d*E (JD2419500 - 37000) [01792]; since
VV    Hya   |JD2437000 - see Table.
VX    Hya   |(k - b)2 = 0.26. Luminosity class [03149] contradicts the type of
VX    Hya   |light variability. The shape of the light curve strongly varies.
VX    Hya   |The main oscillation with the period P0 given in the Table is
VX    Hya   |superimposed by the secondary one with P1 = 0.172720d [03631].
VX    Hya   |P1/P0 = 0.773; Pb = 0.761445d.
VY    Hya   |Min II 9.1.
VZ    Hya   |Min II 9.46.
WY    Hya   |Min II 11.2.
WZ    Hya   |(k - b)2 = 0.06. P var. Max = 2416169.681 + 0.53772640d*E
WZ    Hya   |(JD2414000 - 19000); Max = 2419811.736 + + 0.53775858d*E (JD2419000
WZ    Hya   |- 21000); Max = = 2424618.630 + 0.53774101d*E (JD2421000 - 32000)
WZ    Hya   |[00752]; Max = 2436613.445 + 0.5377229d*E (JD2436600 - 38500)
WZ    Hya   |[03633]; since JD2438000 - see Table.
XX    Hya   |P var. Max = 2439560.355 + 0.50774868d*E (JD2428200 - 39560)
XX    Hya   |[05238]; since JD2439560 - see Table.
XZ    Hya   |Min II 15.0.
AE    Hya   |Min II 14.6.
AF    Hya   |Min II 13.8.
AI    Hya   |Min II 9.84; Min II - Min I = 0.438P; DII = 0.075P; dI = 0.02P; dII
AI    Hya   |= 0.00P; EA/DM. Pulsation period P' = 0.13803d, A = 0.02m - 0.03m
AI    Hya   |[09259].
AV    Hya   |Min II 10.35; dI = 0.023P:.
CH    Hya   |Min II 15.5; Min II - Min I = 0.57P.
CO    Hya   |Found in Centaurus, in 10{deg} to the south from the position
CO    Hya   |published by the discoverer [00078].
CW    Hya   |P var? [04027]. Elements given in the Table satisfy observations
CW    Hya   |only in the interval JD2428950 - 30375.
DD    Hya   |P var. Max = 2431139.313 + 0.501818d*E (JD2431100 - 600) [01432].
DD    Hya   |Since JD2441600 - see Table.
DE    Hya   |d = 0.014P?
DF    Hya   |Min II 11.5.
DH    Hya   |{Delta}(S) = 7.
DK    Hya   |Min II 10.7.
DM    Hya   |d = 0.15P?
EU    Hya   |Min II 10.2.
EX    Hya   |Light variations with Porb and amplitude up to 0.9mV due to
EX    Hya   |eclipses of hot spot are represented by the elements: ET(Min) =
EX    Hya   |2437699.94177 + 0.0682338422d*E, where ET(Min) is the heliocentric
EX    Hya   |Julian Date converted to Ephemeris Time; simultaneously periodic
EX    Hya   |modulation of the shape of the light curve between the outbursts is
EX    Hya   |observed with the amplitude 0.2m - 0.9m and the elements: Max =
EX    Hya   |2437699.8895 + 0.04654656d*E - 1.2d*10**(-12)*E**2 [09265]. Mean
EX    Hya   |interval between bright outbursts is 465d [05695], mean cycle is
EX    Hya   |close to 20 - 30d.
EY    Hya   |P var. Max = 2432707 + 160.5d*E (JD2426100 - 32800); since
EY    Hya   |JD2432800 - see Table.
EZ    Hya   |Min II 10.7. P var. Min I = 2440255.8482 + 0.44976658d*E (JD2431160
EZ    Hya   |- 40650) [07549]; since JD2440250 - see Table.
FG    Hya   |Min II 10.25; dI = dII = 0.085P. P var. Min I = 2431150.388 +
FG    Hya   |0.3278422d*E (JD2431140 - 34400) [00182]; Min I = 2436968.7067 +
FG    Hya   |0.32783433d*E (JD2434050 - 400) [03639]; Min I = 2436968.7067 +
FG    Hya   |0.32783546d*E (JD2436950 - 43250) [09267]; since JD2444600 - see
FG    Hya   |Table.
FI    Hya   |V27 in the globular cluster NGC 4590 (M68); cluster non-member.
FS    Hya   |According to [01480] P = 91.7d.
FW    Hya   |Min II 12.4.
FY    Hya   |VB A (B 15.45m, 15", 90{deg}); {Delta}(S) = 7:; (k - b)2 = -0.03.
GK    Hya   |Min II 9.57. There is a square term in the elements:
GK    Hya   |-4.01d*10**(-9)*E**2.
GM    Hya   |d <= 0.01P.
GN    Hya   |Min II 13.6.
GT    Hya   |Cep?
HS    Hya   |Min II 8.55.
IK    Hya   |Blazhko effect with Pi ~30d.
IW    Hya   |OH, H2O maser.
KM    Hya   |P var?
KU    Hya   |VB AB (7.3m, 7.4m, A = 0.150", P = 58.93 yr, E = 0.219); A(v) =
KU    Hya   |0.06m.
KW    Hya   |Porb = 7.75043d; E = 0.110 [09273]; Min II 6.35; Min II - Min I =
KW    Hya   |0.54P.
V0404 Hya   |MinII 15.10.
V0412 Hya   |MinII 12.9:.
V0420 Hya   |Porb = 764 d. Symbiotic features in the spectrum.
V0421 Hya   |Variable brown dwarf.
V0427 Hya   |VB A (B 13.9mpg, 22", 305{deg}, 1999; C 14.8mpg, 35", 276{deg},
V0427 Hya   |1999).
V0430 Hya   |Blazhko effect?
V0434 Hya   |MinII - MinI = 0.54P.
V0443 Hya   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0453 Hya   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0466 Hya   |Min II = 11.6. O'Connell effect.
V0468 Hya   |P varies? [80001].
V0470 Hya   |Min II = 13.50.
V0472 Hya   |Min II = 12.5.
V0474 Hya   |Min II = 12.2.
V0475 Hya   |Min II = 13.2.
V0476 Hya   |Min II = 13.1.
V0477 Hya   |Min II = 16.2.
V0483 Hya   |Min II = 12.55.
V0484 Hya   |A brown dwarf with periodic brightness variations.
V0488 Hya   |A brown dwarf with periodic brightness variations.
V0490 Hya   |Min II = 8.71:. VB AB (8.81m, 10.93m, 1".10, 169{deg}, 1991).
V0498 Hya   |Superhumps: P = 0.06036d.
V0500 Hya   |P1 is tabulated; P0 = 0.56391d. Amplitude ratio A1/A0 = 2.45.
V0502 Hya   |Min II = 10.09. VB AB (A 10.3m var; B 12.3m, 2.2", 72{deg}, 1943).
V0504 Hya   |Type EW with a twice longer period is possible.
V0511 Hya   |Min II = 9.05.
V0514 Hya   |Min II = 14.5:.
V0515 Hya   |P = 0.269198d is also possible.
V0518 Hya   |The star's position coincides with SN 2001am.
V0519 Hya   |Min II = 12.50.
V0520 Hya   |P = 0.331234d is also possible.
V0522 Hya   |P = 0.255132 is also possible.
V0524 Hya   |Min II = 17.6.
V0541 Hya   |Multiperiodic.
V0542 Hya   |Min II = 10.40. dP/dt = -0.45 x 10^(-5) d/yr. VB AB (10.8m, 11.7m,
V0542 Hya   |2", 42{deg}, 2003).
V0543 Hya   |Blazhko effect, P = 59d.
V0545 Hya   |Min II = 11.98. Besides variations with the tabulated period, a
V0545 Hya   |second EW periodicity is revealed, P2 = 0.353901d, with amplitudes
V0545 Hya   |of both minima about 0.25m.
V0547 Hya   |VB A (B = V0548 Hya, 5", 148{deg}, 1999).
V0548 Hya   |VB B (A = V0547 Hya; AB 5", 148{deg}, 1999).
V0549 Hya   |VB B (A = V0550 Hya; AB 13", 185{deg}, 2000).
V0550 Hya   |VB A (B = V0549 Hya, 13", 185{deg}, 2000).
V0551 Hya   |Multiperiodic.
V0552 Hya   |Blazhko effect, P = 48.3d.
V0553 Hya   |Min II = 12.90.
V0554 Hya   |Min II = 13.2.
V0555 Hya   |Min II = 12.20.
V0559 Hya   |Blazhko effect, P = 26.50d.
V0571 Hya   |Blazhko effect, P = 11.80d.
V0575 Hya   |Blazhko effect, P = 8.52d.
V0588 Hya   |Blazhko effect, P = 87.73d [81056].
V0592 Hya   |Possibly Blazhko effect with P = 14.2d.
V0598 Hya   |VB A (15.4mpg; B 15.6mpg, 18", 43{deg}, 2000). The coordinates in
V0598 Hya   |[81005] refer to the companion.
V0599 Hya   |VB B (A 15.1mpg, B 16.6mpg; AB 29", 152{deg}, 2000). The
V0599 Hya   |coordinates in [81005] refer to the brighter star.
V0603 Hya   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table contains the period for the first
V0603 Hya   |overtone. Fundamental mode: P0 = 0.4867803. P1/P0 = 0.7449.
V0621 Hya   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.467934d; P1/P0 = 0.7434.
V0623 Hya   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.545078d; P1/P0 = 0.7461.
V0624 Hya   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.528738d; P1/P0 = 0.7465.
V0627 Hya   |Period varies.
V0635 Hya   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.558754d; P1/P0 = 0.7462.
V0638 Hya   |The data for 1SWASP J090758.16-153811.8 in [82030] are combined
V0638 Hya   |measurements for the a non-variable star (V = 13.6m) near the
V0638 Hya   |SuperWASP position and the real variable.
V0659 Hya   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.447456d; P1/P0 = 0.7412.
V0664 Hya   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.520738d; P1/P0 = 0.7461.
V0677 Hya   |[Fe/H] = -1.16.
V0678 Hya   |[Fe/H] = -1.37.
bet   Hya   |VB A (B 5.6m, 0.9", 8{deg}, 1959).
khi 2 Hya   |Min II 5.92.
Y     Hyi   |d = 0.024P.
RS    Hyi   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Not a member of the
RS    Hyi   |cloud.
RT    Hyi   |Min II 14.1.
RV    Hyi   |Min II 12.4; Min II - Min I = 0.61P.
RY    Hyi   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Not a member of the
RY    Hyi   |Cloud.
ST    Hyi   |The member of the Small Magellanic Cloud. [A/H] = -0.8.
SZ    Hyi   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Not a member of the
SZ    Hyi   |Cloud.
TW    Hyi   |{Delta}(S) = 10:.
UU    Hyi   |P = 112.25d?
VW    Hyi   |Mean interval between the supermaxima is 179d. Porb = 0.0742711d.
VW    Hyi   |Between the normal outbursts the brightness periodically increases
VW    Hyi   |by 0.35m - 0.40m because of hot spot appearances: Max =
VW    Hyi   |2440128.0222 + 0.0742711d*E [07550]. During the supermaxima the
VW    Hyi   |period between the superhumps is 0.0769d [09275]. Sometimes the
VW    Hyi   |light oscillations with the amplitude 2% and cycle from 28s to 34s
VW    Hyi   |are observed [07551].
VY    Hyi   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Not a member of the
VY    Hyi   |Cloud.
VZ    Hyi   |RR [00193].
WX    Hyi   |Mean interval between the supermaxima is 141.5d. Porb = 0.0748134d
WX    Hyi   |[09277]. Period between the superhumps observed during the
WX    Hyi   |supermaxima is 0.07737d [09278].
WZ    Hyi   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Not a member of the
WZ    Hyi   |Cloud.
ZZ    Hyi   |A galaxy PGC 232232 [00001].
AC    Hyi   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Not a member of the
AC    Hyi   |Cloud.
BB    Hyi   |{Delta}(S) = 7:.
CY    Hyi   |MinII 9.8.
DM    Hyi   |Type RR with P = 0.64272d or 0.39125d is also possible.
DS    Hyi   |In the region of the SMC galaxy, probable non-member.
V     Ind   |P var. Max = 2439792.276 + 0.4796030d*E (JD2414000 - 40000)
V     Ind   |[05233]; since JD2440000 - see Table. {Delta}(S) = 7, (k - b)2 =
V     Ind   |0.02.
RS    Ind   |Min II 10.0. P var.
RU    Ind   |VB A (B 12.6m, 2.3", 103{deg}). Min II 12.1.
RX    Ind   |240d < P < 310d.
RY    Ind   |Min II 11.04.
ST    Ind   |Min II 11.79.
SU    Ind   |Min II 9.5:.
TV    Ind   |Min II 11.9.
AR    Ind   |Min II 14.4. RRC?
AY    Ind   |VB?
CH    Ind   |MinII 8.14:.
CI    Ind   |A variable double brown dwarf. VB (0.7").
CK    Ind   |Besides 6 {Gamma} Dor modes, a {Delta} Sct mode (P = 0.039 d) was
CK    Ind   |detected.
CQ    Ind   |MinII - MinI = 0.33P.
CZ    Ind   |Blazhko effect, P = 133d.
DI    Ind   |Type EW with a twice longer period is not excluded.
DQ    Ind   |Type DSCT: with P = 0.1163d is also possible.
DS    Ind   |Period varies strongly.
R     Lac   |VB A (B 14.1m, 6", 50{deg}).
S     Lac   |P var. Max = 2412857 + 238.2d*E (JD2410000 - 16400); Max = 2418828
S     Lac   |+ 241.45d*E (JD2416400 - 20500); Max = 2427307 + 242.7d*E
S     Lac   |(JD2420500 - 27300); Max = 2437290 + 237.4d*E (JD2427300 - 37300);
S     Lac   |since JD2437300 - see Table.
U     Lac   |There are light variations with the periods: 150d, 550 - 690d,
U     Lac   |2900d.
V     Lac   |P var. There is a square term in the elements:
V     Lac   |-6.48d*10**(-8)*E**2.
W     Lac   |P var. Max = 2415255 + 323d*E (JD2414600 - 15300); Max = 2425628 +
W     Lac   |335.5d*E (JD2425600 - 38000) [00458]; Max = 2433844 + 324.5d*E
W     Lac   |(JD2428000 - 33850); since JD2433850 - see Table.
X     Lac   |P var. Max = 2418890.497 + 5.444303d*E (JD2416670 - 29500) [02033];
X     Lac   |since JD2429500 - see Table.
Z     Lac   |P var. There is a square term in the elements: -3.4d*10**(-8)*E**2.
Z     Lac   |[A/H] = 0.2.
RR    Lac   |P var. Max = 2419434.331 + 6.416146d*E (JD2417900 - 31600); since
RR    Lac   |JD2431600 - see Table. [A/H] = 0.0.
RT    Lac   |Min II 9.62. P var. Min I = 2440382.9005 + 5.0740484d*E +
RT    Lac   |1.02d*10**(-8)*E**2 (JD2411650 - 42500) [08592]; since JD2436470 -
RT    Lac   |see Table. There is a square term in the elements given in the
RT    Lac   |Table: -2.7d*10**(-8)*E**2. Shape of the light curve and depths of
RT    Lac   |the Minima vary. According to [09293] the period of the distortion
RT    Lac   |wave migration is ~9.5 yr, the period of the wave amplitude
RT    Lac   |variations (0 < A <= 0.17m) is ~30 yr. According to [09292] the
RT    Lac   |migration period is nearly half of the value given in [09293].
RV    Lac   |Mean magnitude varies with the period 550 - 700d.
RW    Lac   |Min II 10.8; DII = 0.024P; Min II - Min I = 0.492P.
RX    Lac   |S7.5/1e. P = 174d (JD2414950 - 29550) [01026]; since JD2436800 -
RX    Lac   |see Table.
RY    Lac   |Oscillations of mean magnitude with P = 300 - 420d and A <= 0.5m
RY    Lac   |are superimposed by oscillations with P = 38 - 91d.
SS    Lac   |Probable member of the open cluster NGC 7209. Min II 10.5; Min II -
SS    Lac   |Min I = 0.57P; d = 0.008P. Apsidal motion with P = 1000 yr is
SS    Lac   |possible.
ST    Lac   |Elements should be checked.
SU    Lac   |P var. Max = 2412748 + 279.10d*E (JD2412700 - 27000) [05707]; Max =
SU    Lac   |2426972 + 286.74d*E (JD2426900 - 31000); Max = 2431008 + 306.0d*E
SU    Lac   |(JD2431000 - 33150) [00001]; Max = 2433150 + 319.14d*E (JD2433150 -
SU    Lac   |42150) [05707]; since JD2442100 - see Table.
SW    Lac   |Min II 9.31. P var. Min I = 2418943.712 + 0.32071236d*E (JD2410000
SW    Lac   |- 19990); Min I = 2420038.621 + 0.32071510d*E (JD2419990 - 25210);
SW    Lac   |Min I = 2430996.525 + 0.32071665d*E (JD2425210 - 33690); Min I =
SW    Lac   |2436046.5634 + 0.32072132d*E (JD2433690 - 36755) [05222]; Min I =
SW    Lac   |2437572.5723 + 0.32072811d*E (JD2436755 - 40000) [03374]; Min I =
SW    Lac   |2440467.4592 + 0.32072480d*E (JD2440110 - 40500) [06089]; Min I =
SW    Lac   |2441249.3737 + 0.3207197d*E (JD2440500 - 41600); [00001]; Min I =
SW    Lac   |2442697.4039 + 0.3207144d*E (JD2441600 - 43100) [09295]; Min I =
SW    Lac   |2443459.7476 + 0.3207216d*E (JD2443100 - 44400) [09297]; Min I =
SW    Lac   |2444856.8064 + 0.3207184d*E (JD2444400 - 44900) [00001]; since
SW    Lac   |JD2444900 - see Table. Shape of the light curve, depths of minima
SW    Lac   |and heights of maxima vary.
TW    Lac   |d = 0.018P. P var. Min I = 2424387.332 + 3.0374936d*E (JD2424380 -
TW    Lac   |34000) [02389]; Min I = 2434049.593 + 3.037520d*E (JD2434000 -
TW    Lac   |36560) [03115]; since JD2441500 - see Table.
TZ    Lac   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7243.
UW    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.05m; d = 0.028P. P var. Min I = 2429158.17 +
UW    Lac   |5.2902d*E (JD2414580 - 29440) [01813]; Min I = 2429158.17 +
UW    Lac   |5.290000d*E (JD2429440 - 35800) [03115]; since JD2436800 - see
UW    Lac   |Table. Apsidal motion is possible [09300].
UY    Lac   |d = 0.022P.
UZ    Lac   |P var?
VX    Lac   |P var. Min = 2424791.488 + 1.0744891d*E (JD2424700 - 32400); Min =
VX    Lac   |2432479.477 + 1.0744991d*E (JD2432400 - 40510); Min = 2440750.971 +
VX    Lac   |1.0744881d*E (JD2440750 - 43000) [07552]; since JD2443000 - see
VX    Lac   |Table.
VY    Lac   |Min II 10.6. P var? Min I = 2434629.392 + 1.036245d*E (JD2424700 -
VY    Lac   |39830) [01804]; since JD2440080 - see Table.
WY    Lac   |Light variations with P = 850d and A = 1.5m are superimposed by
WY    Lac   |variations with P = 50d and A = 1m.
XX    Lac   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7243.
XZ    Lac   |P var.
AG    Lac   |Min II 14.0.
AR    Lac   |Min II 6.43; Min II - Min I = 0.5018P; dI = 0.045P; DII = 0.13P;
AR    Lac   |dII = 0.00P. P var. Min I = 2426624.378 + 1.983244d*E (JD2415300 -
AR    Lac   |26800) [09309]; Min I = 2429535.739 + 1.9832125d*E (JD2426800 -
AR    Lac   |36000) [09312]; Min I = 2437018.414 + 1.983252d*E (JD2436000 -
AR    Lac   |37500) [00001]; since JD2437500 - see Table. There is a square term
AR    Lac   |in the elements given in the Table: - 5.24d*10**(-9)*E**2. Shape of
AR    Lac   |the light curve varies; there is a distortion wave with A up to
AR    Lac   |0.13mV migrating in the direction of decreasing phases with P ~2.5
AR    Lac   |yr. Spectrum investigations [01816,09315, 9316].
AU    Lac   |Min II 12.2; Min II - Min I = 0.53P.
AW    Lac   |Min II 11.2.
BH    Lac   |Hydrogen lines in the spectrum are sharp and deep [03149].
BL    Lac   |Z = 0.07; B-V = +1.0. Light curve graph [06784].
BM    Lac   |The elements are valid in the interval JD2425200 - 26250.
BT    Lac   |There is a square term in the elements: -0.0004d*E**2. Epoch of Max
BT    Lac   |brightness is given in the Table. Mean brightness varies in the
BT    Lac   |range 13.8m - 15.2m with P = 654d. Mean amplitude of the
BT    Lac   |shortperiodical variations is ~1.5m. There occur changes of
BT    Lac   |primaries and secondaries minima into each other.
BU    Lac   |The main variation is superimposed by waves with a possible period
BU    Lac   |-200d.
CG    Lac   |Min II 14.0.
CM    Lac   |Min II 8.53; DII = 0.12P.
CN    Lac   |Min II 12.6. In the region of the open cluster NGC 7209. Not member
CN    Lac   |of the cluster.
CO    Lac   |Min II 10.79. Apsidal motion with P = 42.3 yr is observed. There is
CO    Lac   |a periodic term in The elements given in the Table: -0.0133d
CO    Lac   |cos(157.7{deg} + 0.0359{deg}*E). Min II = 2427534.8439 +
CO    Lac   |1.5422075d*E + 0.0133d cos(157.7{deg} + 0.0359{deg}*E).
CS    Lac   |Min II 9.4.
CZ    Lac   |{Delta}(S) = 1. P var. Max = 2432878.234 + 0.43210346d*E (JD2428700
CZ    Lac   |- 39400) [01442]; Max = 2443081.309 + 0.4319850d*E (JD2439400 -
CZ    Lac   |43100) [05839]; Max = 2444080.122 + 0.432114d*E (JD2443800 - 44100)
CZ    Lac   |[09009]; since JD2445100 - see Table.
DD    Lac   |VB A (B 9.2m, 69", 16{deg}). P var. Max = 2421914.178 +
DD    Lac   |0.19309018d*E - 0.001798d*10**(-8)*E**2 (JD2421400 - 37600)
DD    Lac   |[05711]; since JD2443000 - see Table. According to [09337]
DD    Lac   |simultaneously the pulsations with the following periods are
DD    Lac   |observed (the corresponding AB values are given in the brackets):
DD    Lac   |P1 = 0.193082d (0.080m), P2 = 0.197382d (0.034m), P3 = 0.182115d
DD    Lac   |(0.020m), P4 = 0.187438d (0.016m), P5 = 0.095109d (0.010m), P6 =
DD    Lac   |0.23583d (0.008m). A var; 0.04m <= A <= 0.12m.
DE    Lac   |{Delta}(S) = 5. P var. Max = 2428807.130 + 0.2536940d*E (JD2427000
DE    Lac   |- 33000); Max = 2433005.766 + 0.2536929d*E (JD2433000 - 39100)
DE    Lac   |[03378]; since JD2442000 - see Table.
DF    Lac   |[A/H] = 0.2.
DG    Lac   |P var. Min = 2426266.355 + 2.206435d*E (JD2426200 - 40000) [04961];
DG    Lac   |since JD2440000 - see Table.
DH    Lac   |P var. Max = 2418240 + 284.8d*E (JD2418000 - 27350); since
DH    Lac   |JD2427300 - see Table.
DM    Lac   |Erroneously labeled VV306, instead of VV307, in the chart [05862].
DO    Lac   |According to [00085], EA.
EG    Lac   |P > 50d? [05386].
EM    Lac   |Min II 13.09.
EN    Lac   |VB A (B 11.32mV, 27", 345{deg}; C 9.0mV, 62", 48{deg}); SB1 (Porb =
EN    Lac   |12.0968d). Eclipsing system with a pulsating primary component of
EN    Lac   |BCEP type. Depth of Min I 0.05mB. Min I = 2444909.4339 +
EN    Lac   |12.096816d*E; D = 0.015P, d = 0.000P. Simultaneously pulsations are
EN    Lac   |observed with the periods P1 = 0.169170d, P2 = 0.170770d, P3 =
EN    Lac   |0.181692d [09346]. The corresponding amplitudes of pulsations vary.
EN    Lac   |The values of the amplitudes in B system are as follows: A1 =
EN    Lac   |0.046m, A2 = 0.024m, A3 = 0.022m (1952 - 1965); A1 = 0.016m, A2 =
EN    Lac   |0.010m, A3 = 0.014m (1977); A1 = 0.010m, A2 = 0.014m, A3 = 0.023m
EN    Lac   |(1980 - 81). 0.01m <= A <= 0.11m.
EO    Lac   |Min II 12.9; Min II - Min I = 0.485P.
EP    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
ER    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.05m:.
ES    Lac   |Min II 11.6; Min II - Min I = 0.57P. Apsidal motion is possible:
ES    Lac   |Min II = 2433582.95 + 4.459451d*E [09347].
EU    Lac   |The chart in [05862] is wrong.
EV    Lac   |VB A (B 12.74mB, 10", 260{deg}, 1949). Dark companion (A = 0.0206",
EV    Lac   |P = 45 yr, E = 0.5) [09348]. In 1979 sinusoidal light oscillations
EV    Lac   |were observed in the range 10.20m - 10.27mV: Min = 2444037.576 +
EV    Lac   |4.378d*E [09349]. In 1974 - 76 such periodicity was not observed
EV    Lac   |[09350].
EW    Lac   |Non-radial pulsations with P = 0.7d - 0.8d are also possible
EW    Lac   |[09351,09352].
EX    Lac   |d = 0.050P.
FQ    Lac   |A var; P var. Elements given in the Table are valid in the
FQ    Lac   |intervale JD2427950 - 31700.
FU    Lac   |d = 0.013P.
GS    Lac   |Min II 15.2.
GX    Lac   |Min II 10.23.
HK    Lac   |SB1 (Porb = 24.4284d [09355]).
HM    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
HN    Lac   |Min II 14.7.
HQ    Lac   |Erroneously labeled VV307, instead of VV306, in the chart [05862].
HR    Lac   |Min II 14.3.
HT    Lac   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7209.
HW    Lac   |Min II 14.8.
HX    Lac   |Min II 14.8.
HZ    Lac   |Min II 15.0.
IM    Lac   |Min II 13.2.
IN    Lac   |E?
IP    Lac   |Min II 14.0.
IR    Lac   |Min II 15.4; d = 0.03P.
IT    Lac   |P var.
IU    Lac   |Min II 13.5.
IY    Lac   |Blazhko effect?
IZ    Lac   |Min II 12.7.
KO    Lac   |Min II 14.7.
KP    Lac   |P < 1d.
KR    Lac   |Min II 15.8; dII = 0.05P.
KS    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
KU    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
LU    Lac   |Min II 15.32.
LW    Lac   |d = 0.03P. Depth of Min II 0.03m?
LY    Lac   |Min II 12.6.
LZ    Lac   |Min II 12.5.
MO    Lac   |d = 0.04P. Depth of Min II 0.05m.
MP    Lac   |Min II 12.5.
MV    Lac   |Min II 15.0.
MZ    Lac   |Min II 12.1; Min II - Min I = 0.713P. Min II = 2433872.702 +
MZ    Lac   |3.158719d*E. Elements for Min I are given in the Table.
NN    Lac   |d = 0.02P. np (usually brighter) component of a close pair. The
NN    Lac   |range of combined brightness is given in the Table.
NO    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
NR    Lac   |Min II 13.4. Sp (brighter) component of a close pair. The range of
NR    Lac   |combined brightness is given in the Table.
NU    Lac   |EW?
NW    Lac   |Min II 13.9. Close binary, the components of which are equal in
NW    Lac   |brightness at minimum light. The range of combined brightness is
NW    Lac   |given in the Table.
OO    Lac   |Min II 12.8.
OV    Lac   |150d <= P <= 200d.
OX    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
PP    Lac   |Min II 12.0.
PT    Lac   |Min II 15.4.
PZ    Lac   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7243.
QQ    Lac   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 7243.
QU    Lac   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V0335 Lac   |Min II 15.8.
V0338 Lac   |In the region of the open cluster IC 1434.
V0339 Lac   |P = 3.4084964d?
V0340 Lac   |Min II 12.4; Min II - Min I = 0.762P; Min II = 2432858.521 +
V0340 Lac   |19.943102d*E. Elements for Min I are given in the Table.
V0342 Lac   |Min II 12.9.
V0343 Lac   |Min II - Min I = 0.57P. Depth of Min II 0.03m:.
V0344 Lac   |Min II 13.0. Min I = 2433873.5784 + 0.39222768d*E (JD2432800 -
V0344 Lac   |35800); since JD2445200 - see Table.
V0345 Lac   |Min II 11.6; Min II - Min I = 0.340P; DII = 0.040P; dII = 0.014P.
V0345 Lac   |Apsidal motion is possible.
V0347 Lac   |VB.
V0350 Lac   |VB A (B 9.7m, 66", 94{deg}); SB1 (P = 17.755d [09356]). Min II 6.45
V0350 Lac   |[07468]. Mean magnitude varies. See also [08933].
V0355 Lac   |Northern component of a pair.
V0360 Lac   |SB2 (P = 10d [09357]). Min II 5.93.
V0362 Lac   |VB A (B 13.2m, 1.8", 49{deg}).
V0363 Lac   |VB A (B 11.3m, F6 III - V:, 6.3", 325{deg}).
V0364 Lac   |Min II 9.15; Min II - Min I = 0.52P; dI = 0.003P, DII = 0.077P, dII
V0364 Lac   |= 0.009P.
V0412 Lac   |SB, Porb = 41.95yr.
V0413 Lac   |SB, Porb = 2.9833d.
V0442 Lac   |Quasi-periodic brightness variations of a planetary nebula,
V0442 Lac   |possibly due to variable mass loss or pulsations.
V0450 Lac   |MinII 13.65.
V0457 Lac   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0468 Lac   |Multiperiodic.
V0485 Lac   |O'Connell effect.
V0493 Lac   |EW type with a twice longer period is also possible.
V0514 Lac   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V0524 Lac   |VB A (B 4", 112{deg}, 1998). Double-mode pulsation. The other
V0524 Lac   |period is 0.101399d.
V0529 Lac   |VB A (B 5", 297{deg}, 1998).
V0556 Lac   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V0568 Lac   |P = 0.12351d is also possible.
V0600 Lac   |VB A (B 4.5", 207{deg}, 1998).
V0607 Lac   |Near the galaxy 2MASX J22525476+5235101.
V0639 Lac   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V0651 Lac   |RRC type with P = 0.4109221d is also possible.
R     Leo   |P var. Max = 2385112 + 312.43d*E (JD2385100 - 2402500); Max =
R     Leo   |2402929 + 314.33d*E (JD2402500 - 11500); Max = 2411416 + 308.93d*E
R     Leo   |(JD2411500 - 16500); Max = 2416984 + 317.84d*E (JD2416500 - 22500);
R     Leo   |Max = 2423328 + 312.75d*E (JD2422500 - 27000); Max = 2427081 +
R     Leo   |307.40d*E (JD2427000 - 30000); Max = 2437337 + 312.13d*E (JD2430000
R     Leo   |- 37500); since JD2437500 - see Table. SiO, H2O, OH maser.
S     Leo   |P var. Max = 2420654 + 189.24d*E (JD2420200 - 26100); Max = 2426142
S     Leo   |+ 185.92d*E (JD2426100 - 28100); since JD2428100 - see Table.
V     Leo   |H2O maser.
W     Leo   |P var. Max = 2434651 + 385.41d*E (JD2409500 - 35000); since
W     Leo   |JD2437500 - see Table. OH maser.
Y     Leo   |P var. Min = 2422372.520 + 1.6860978d*E (JD2418000 - 23500)
Y     Leo   |[02389]; Min = 2422372.5368 + 1.68607314d*E (JD2423500 - 38600)
Y     Leo   |[09307]; since JD2438600 - see Table. There is periodic term in the
Y     Leo   |elements given in the Table: +0.00375d*sin(0.21487{deg}*E +
Y     Leo   |141.7{deg}). Depth of Min II 0.1m IR.
RR    Leo   |{Delta}(S) = 7.1. P var. Max = 2430440.3385 + 0.45238172d*E +
RR    Leo   |1.963d*10**(-10)*E**2 (1898 - 1977) [08299]; since JD2441400 - see
RR    Leo   |Table.
RT    Leo   |Min II 10.5.
RW    Leo   |P var. Before JD2440800 Min = 2424993.458 + 1.6825365d*E [03115];
RW    Leo   |since JD2440800 - see Table.
RX    Leo   |{Delta}(S) = 6.8.
SS    Leo   |P var. Max = 2415485.723 + 0.62633242d*E (JD2414000 - 22000)
SS    Leo   |[00752]; since JD2422000 - see Table. [Fe/H] = -1.59.
ST    Leo   |(k - b)2 = 0.08.
SZ    Leo   |P var. Before JD2442500 Max = 2425331.400 + 0.5340833d*E [04157];
SZ    Leo   |since JD2442500 - see Table. Light curve shape var?
TU    Leo   |Minor planet (8) Flora.
TV    Leo   |P var. Max = 2419852.318 + 0.6728362d*E (JD2419000 - 28000)
TV    Leo   |[00001]; since JD2437000 - see Table. (k - b)2 = -0.01.
TX    Leo   |VB A (B 7.8m, 2", 157{deg}, 1971); A binary according to lunar
TX    Leo   |occultation data: ro = 0.0005". The range of combined brightness is
TX    Leo   |given. Min II 5.69; DII = 0.19P; Min II - Min I = 0.550P.
TY    Leo   |Elements need confirmation.
UU    Leo   |Min II 11.5. P var. Since JD2430000 - see Table.
UV    Leo   |Min II 9.49; d = 0.014P. P var. Before JD2434000 Min I =
UV    Leo   |2425574.302 + 0.60008516d*E [07554]; since JD2434000 - see Table.
UX    Leo   |Min II 10.4. Moments of Min by BBSAG contradict the tabulated
UX    Leo   |elements.
UZ    Leo   |Min II 10.12. P var, nonlinear term: +2.8d*10**(-12)*E**2.
XX    Leo   |Min II 11.4. Period should be checked.
XY    Leo   |Min II 9.80. P var. Min = 2435195.66306 + 0.2841091d*E (JD2434000 -
XY    Leo   |36500) [03392]; Min = 2437376.465 + 0.28409592d*E (JD2436500 -
XY    Leo   |40000) [00001]; Min = 2441005.5364 + 0.28410727d*E (JD2441000 -
XY    Leo   |44000) [09084]; since JD2444000 - see Table. The light curve shape
XY    Leo   |var.
XZ    Leo   |Min II 11.1.
AB    Leo   |Epoch of Min is given. According to [01853], Max = 2428880 +
AB    Leo   |103.2d*E (JD2414600 - 19000, 2428000 - 31600); During other time
AB    Leo   |intervals cycles 75d - 125d.
AD    Leo   |{mu} = 0.49", P = 265{deg}; {pi} = 0.20". X-ray and radio source.
AD    Leo   |Astrometric binary?
AF    Leo   |H2O maser.
AM    Leo   |VB A (B 10.64m, 11", 270{deg}). Min II 9.83.
AP    Leo   |Min II 9.88. P var. Min = 2414986.868 + 0.430350d*E (JD2414700 -
AP    Leo   |18600); since JD2418600 - see Table. Light curve shape var.
AQ    Leo   |Elements for fundamental mode pulsations (P0) see Table. For the
AQ    Leo   |first overtone: P1 var?; P1 = 0.4101369d (1929 - 1969); P1 =
AQ    Leo   |0.410130d (1957 - 1969); during 1973 - 1975 Max1 = 2441766.486 +
AQ    Leo   |0.4101487d*E. {delta}(M0) = 0.23m, {delta}(M1) = 0.46M.
AU    Leo   |Vr = +7545 km/s. Variability is doubtful.
BB    Leo   |[Fe/H] = -1.32.
BL    Leo   |Min II14.4. P var. Since JD2442000 - see Table.
BV    Leo   |Min II 16.1.
BW    Leo   |Min II 15.4.
BX    Leo   |[Fe/H] = -1.23.
BZ    Leo   |Min II 15.8.
CD    Leo   |Light curve shape var.
CE    Leo   |Min II 12.5. P var? Min by BBSAG contradict the tabulated elements.
CN    Leo   |Mu = 4.7", P = 235{deg}; {pi} = 0.41". Soft X-ray source, radio
CN    Leo   |source.
CW    Leo   |Dust envelope, 6"*4". Molecular radioemission: SiO, SiS, HCN, HC3N,
CW    Leo   |CO, H2O, NH3, etc. Polarization in I band up to 24%.
CX    Leo   |VB A (B 12.3m, 132{deg}); SB (Porb = 12685.4d).
CY    Leo   |{mu} = 0.307", P = 141.3{deg}; {pi} = 0.022". Outside flares
CY    Leo   |{Delta}(m) < = 0.036m; P = 600s, 822s, 1638s [06209]. A single
CY    Leo   |strong flare with {delta}(M) = 0.61m in blue light of 10 Min
CY    Leo   |duration was observed [06141], which is attributed by several
CY    Leo   |authors to the presence of a red flaring companion.
DE    Leo   |P = 1.2d - 2.0d?
DG    Leo   |VB B (A 6.6m, A 8IV, SB2, Porb = 4.15d; B 6.9m, 0.271", 211.2{deg},
DG    Leo   |1980, Porb ~200yr). The range of the bombined brightness is given.
DH    Leo   |SB1, Porb = 1.070354d.
FL    Leo   |Variability range according to E.M. Halbedel, IBVS No. 3502, 1990.
FX    Leo   |Not a nearby star (despite having a Gl number).
GU    Leo   |MinII 12.19.
GV    Leo   |MinII 11.87.
HI    Leo   |The depth of MinII is 0.5.
HK    Leo   |Epoch of Min is given.
HM    Leo   |Porb = 0.1868d.
HQ    Leo   |The tabulated amplitude was probably influenced by a companion in
HQ    Leo   |35" np.
HY    Leo   |Porb = 0.1736d; Pspin = 0.04804d.
IK    Leo   |Superhumps P = 0.056281d.
IQ    Leo   |Min II = 15.2.
IU    Leo   |Porb = 0.3763d.
KO    Leo   |P = 0.293919d is also possible.
KT    Leo   |P = 0.256494 is also possible.
KV    Leo   |Multiperiodic. SB?
LR    Leo   |Pulsates in the first overtone (see Table) and fundamental (Max =
LR    Leo   |2454701.577 + 0.557447d x E) modes. P1/P0 = 0.7469. A nonradial
LR    Leo   |mode with P = 0.559369d may also be present.
LU    Leo   |O'Connell effect.
LY    Leo   |O'Connell effect.
LZ    Leo   |VB A (13.6mV; B 15.7mV, 9", 258{deg}, 2000).
MV    Leo   |Porb = 0.14608d.
NV    Leo   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table gives the first-overtone light
NV    Leo   |elements. For the fundamental mode, Max = 2454800.541 + 0.483098d x
NV    Leo   |E. P1/P0 = 0.7441.
OX    Leo   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.89405d.
PS    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.509437d; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
PW    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.503529d; P1/P0 = 0.7454.
PX    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.521624d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
PY    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.530969d; P1/P0 = 0.7455.
PZ    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.536083d; P1/P0 = 0.7462.
QQ    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.502380d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
QR    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.561943d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
QS    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.471002d; P1/P0 = 0.7440.
QU    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. Additional non-radial mode, P =
QU    Leo   |0.359842d. P0 = 0.490181d; P1/P0 = 0.7441.
QV    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.560076d; P1/P0 = 0.7455.
QY    Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.469265d; P1/P0 = 0.7432.
V0335 Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.481418d; P1/P0 = 0.7445.
V0338 Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.553220d; P1/P0 = 0.7466.
V0340 Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.489670d; P1/P0 = 0.7450.
V0342 Leo   |VB A (B 11.9m, 35", 300{deg}, 2011).
V0343 Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.465896d; P1/P0 = 0.7435.
V0344 Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.533747d; P1/P0 = 0.7461.
V0345 Leo   |P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.358597d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
V0350 Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.547015d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V0351 Leo   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.472132d; P1/P0 = 0.7438.
R     LMi   |SiO, H2O, OH mazer.
T     LMi   |Min II 10.97. P var. Min I = 2420573.698 + 3.019889d*E (JD2420200 -
T     LMi   |25000); Min I = 2423856.323 + 3.0199336d*E (JD2423800 - 35500);
T     LMi   |since JD2438400 - see Table.
U     LMi   |1m <= A <= 3.3m. Periodicity sometimes breaks down.
V     LMi   |{Delta}(S) = 5.7.
Y     LMi   |P var. Max = 2428636.322 + 0.52443938d*E + 0.0597d*
Y     LMi   |*sin(0.0657{deg}*E + 27.2{deg}) (JD2425250 - 28500); Max =
Y     LMi   |2428636.348 + 0.5244564d*E (JD2428500 - 30000) [01856]; mean
Y     LMi   |elements for interval JD2432200 - 38900 are given in the Table; in
Y     LMi   |this interval the period changed with the cycle of ~2100d. Blazhko
Y     LMi   |effect with the period 33.4d [01856]; 07m <= A <= 1.9m, 0.19P <= m
Y     LMi   |- M <= 0.44P.
RT    LMi   |Min II 11.7.
RU    LMi   |Spectrum description [09326].
RW    LMi   |VB A (B 15.5m B, 9", 10{deg}). 0.3m - 2.6m K, 7.64m - 10.71m, 9.7m
RW    LMi   |- 14.6m R, 14.1m - 18.1m B, 14.8m - 18.6m U. Mean brightness
RW    LMi   |varies. Gaseous-dust circumstellar envelope. CO emission. Spectrum
RW    LMi   |description [09327].
RY    LMi   |VB A (B 16.1m, dM2, 15", 126{deg}); {mu} = 0.14", P = 264{deg}. P0
RY    LMi   |= 215.197388s, dP0/dt = 5.6s*10**(-14)/s, A0 = 0.0440m; P1 =
RY    LMi   |304.4s, A1 = 0.0150m; P2 = 271.0s, A2 = 0.0134m; P3 = 107.6s, A3 =
RY    LMi   |0.0032m; P4 = 126.2s, A4 = 0.0028m; P5 = 119.8s, A5 = 0.0026m. Mean
RY    LMi   |brightness varies by 0.05m.
WZ    LMi   |MinII 12.68.
XX    LMi   |MinII 12.56.
XY    LMi   |MinII 11.13.
XZ    LMi   |SB1?
YY    LMi   |SB1?
YZ    LMi   |Min II = 19.3.
AC    LMi   |Porb = 0.07938d.
AD    LMi   |SB1, Porb = 15.465d.
AE    LMi   |Min II = 13.1.
AF    LMi   |Min II = 14.5.
AG    LMi   |Min II = 10.75:. A twice longer period, with equally deep minima,
AG    LMi   |is also possible.
AR    LMi   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.493881d; P1/P0 = 0.7448.
AV    LMi   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.547379d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
AW    LMi   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.3056288d; P(Blazhko) = 25d.
AX    LMi   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.487467d; P1/P0 = 0.7445.
AY    LMi   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.313789d; P(Blazhko) = 13.4d.
AZ    LMi   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.571772d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
BB    LMi   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.535953d; P1/P0 = 0.7463.
R     Lep   |P var. Max = 2398883 + 436.44d*E (JD2398000 - 2412000); Max =
R     Lep   |2412849 + 418.04d*E (JD2412000 - 23000); Max = 2423300 + 441.38d*E
R     Lep   |(JD2423000 - 36000); since JD2436000 - see Table. A var; 5.5m <=
R     Lep   |Max <= 9.5m (Possible period is more than 40 years [03402]).
S     Lep   |Mean magnitude varies with the cycle of 890d. H2O maser.
T     Lep   |SiO maser.
U     Lep   |P var. Max = 2425084.431 + 0.58147098d*E (JD2411000 - 25090); Max =
U     Lep   |2425084.431 + 0.58147377d*E (JD2425080 - 37700) [03403]; since
U     Lep   |JD2436600 - see Table. {Delta}(S) = 8.5; (k - b)2 = 0.00.
V     Lep   |Min II 9.9.
Z     Lep   |Min II 12.0:.
RR    Lep   |Min II 10.4.
RS    Lep   |Min II 9.96.
RU    Lep   |P var?
RZ    Lep   |S 4/4.
SS    Lep   |SB2 (Porb = 258.2d [09363]).
SY    Lep   |VB A (B 15.2m: V, 18", 270{deg}).
AM    Lep   |VB B (A = HR 1696, 4.45m, B8V; B 12", 337{deg}, 1998).
BC    Lep   |Min II = 10.70.
BH    Lep   |A brown dwarf with periodic brightness variations.
BL    Lep   |VB (6", 19{deg}, 1999); the variable is probably the southern
BL    Lep   |component. Combined magnitudes are presented in the Table.
BN    Lep   |P varies strongly.
BO    Lep   |VB A (11.4mV; B 11.6mV, 19", 163{deg}, 1998).
S     Lib   |P var. Max = 2405692 + 192.14d*E (JD2402700 - 24000); Max = 2424141
S     Lib   |+ 194.74d*E (JD2424000 - 30500); Max = 2431900 + 190.34d*E
S     Lib   |(JD2430500 - 37200); Max = 2439203 + 197.61d*E (JD2437200 - 39300);
S     Lib   |since JD2441000 - see Table. Mean value of the period is given in
S     Lib   |the Table. A var (1.8m <= A <= 5m).
W     Lib   |P var. Max = 2412272 + 203.76d*E (JD2412000 - 28500); Max = 2428573
W     Lib   |+ 201.48d*E (JD2428500 - 34000); since JD2434000 - see Table.
X     Lib   |P var. Max = 2423500 + 165.75d*E (JD2413000 - 25000); since
X     Lib   |JD2425000 - see Table.
Y     Lib   |P var. Max = 2413452 + 275.7d*E (JD2413400 - 22000); Max = 2422273
Y     Lib   |+ 272.5d*E (JD2422000 - 28000) [00458]; Max = 2434921 + 277.04d*E
Y     Lib   |(JD2428000 - 35000); since JD2435000 - see Table.
Z     Lib   |P var. Max = 2417736 + 294.5d*E (JD2407100 - 17800); since
Z     Lib   |JD2424400 - see Table.
RR    Lib   |P var. Max = 2409699 + 277.4d*E (JD2409600 - 15600); Max = 2416345
RR    Lib   |+ 273.2d*E (JD2416300 - 19700); Max = 2421027 + 278.6d*E (JD2421000
RR    Lib   |- 27150) [00458]; since JD2427150 - see Table.
RS    Lib   |P var. Max = 2413396 + 217.2d*E (JD2413300 - 20000); Max = 2420110
RS    Lib   |+ 219.6d*E (JD2420000 - 27500) [00458]; Max = 2429078 + 215.6d*E
RS    Lib   |(JD2427500 - 35000); Max = 2438196 + 219.9d*E (JD2435000 - 42600);
RS    Lib   |since JD2441700 - see Table.
RT    Lib   |P var. Max = 2413776 + 254.21d*E (JD2413000 - 19000); since
RT    Lib   |JD2419000 - see Table.
RU    Lib   |P var. Max = 2413363 + 312.0d*E (JD2413300 - 16200); Max = 2416807
RU    Lib   |+ 322.5d*E (JD2416800 - 21000); Max = 2421309 + 317.0d*E (JD2421300
RU    Lib   |- 24200); Max = 2424804 + 311.5d*E (JD2424800 - 29800) [00458]; Max
RU    Lib   |= 2434909 + 319.9d*E (JD2429800 - 35000); since JD2437700 - see
RU    Lib   |Table.
RV    Lib   |Min II 9.44.
RX    Lib   |[A/H] = -0.5. P var. Max = 2430913.6 + 24.950d*E (JD2425000 -
RX    Lib   |36300) [00266]; since JD2436300 - see Table.
SS    Lib   |Min II 10.8; d = 0.030P.
ST    Lib   |VB A (B 14m, 14", 0{deg}).
TV    Lib   |{Delta}(S) = 2.5.
TY    Lib   |d = 0.019P.
UW    Lib   |[Fe/H] = - 0.25.
VV    Lib   |P var. Max = 2424268.474 + 0.4781418d*E (JD2419800 - 2425000);
VV    Lib   |since JD2425000 - see Table.
VW    Lib   |Observations given in [00293] contradict the elements given in the
VW    Lib   |Table.
VY    Lib   |P var? [03506].{Delta}(S) = 6.
VZ    Lib   |Min II 10.55; dI = 0.000P; dII = 0.005P. P var. Min I = 2429022.227
VZ    Lib   |+ 0.358053d*E (JD2428600 - 30400) [09368]; Min I = 2430899.223 +
VZ    Lib   |0.358448d*E (JD2430400 - 32400) [02532]; since JD2444330 - see
VZ    Lib   |Table.
YZ    Lib   |Min II 12.9.
AA    Lib   |P var? The elements are valid in the interval JD2427800 - 29600.
AF    Lib   |The chart in [06286] has south on top.
AP    Lib   |Z = 0.0486.
AQ    Lib   |[Fe/H] = -0.60.
BE    Lib   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
BH    Lib   |Recommended chart in [06286]: part III, page 50.
BT    Lib   |Min II 12.3.
BW    Lib   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
CG    Lib   |[Fe/H] = -1.82. P var. Max = 2438592.287 + 0.3068674d*E (JD2427800
CG    Lib   |- 39600) [07557]; since JD2439600 - see Table.
CQ    Lib   |The coordinates in [01870] are wrong.
CZ    Lib   |The chart in [06286], part I, page 40 is wrong. Recomended chart in
CZ    Lib   |[06286]: part III, page 52.
EH    Lib   |{Delta}(S) = 0. 9.35m <= Max < = 9.49m V; Max (A) = 2442162.556 +
EH    Lib   |0.273778d*E [09336].
ES    Lib   |Min II 7.33.
EU    Lib   |70d <= P <= 90d.
FI    Lib   |90d <= P <= 110d.
FS    Lib   |OH emission.
FX    Lib   |Spectrum description [06167,09371].
KZ    Lib   |MinII 11.22.
LZ    Lib   |Deviations from the light curve with the tabulated period reveal P2
LZ    Lib   |= 0.334339d, also with an EW light curve. A quadruple system?
MR    Lib   |Blazhko effect, P = 41.7d.
NY    Lib   |P = 0.361945d is also possible.
OO    Lib   |P = 0.462571d is also possible.
OR    Lib   |The mean brightness varies slowly.
OZ    Lib   |Superposed variations with an amplitude up to 0.5m and a period
OZ    Lib   |about 53d.
PT    Lib   |Min II = 14.6. A twice shorter period and type RRC are possible.
PW    Lib   |P varies? [80001].
QZ    Lib   |Superhumps, P= 0.064602d.
V0339 Lib   |Min II = 14.2.
V0351 Lib   |Min II = 14.0.
V0364 Lib   |Two outbursts were observed. Porb = 0.70242d.
V0366 Lib   |P varies. The light elements in the Table are for JD 2453639 -
V0366 Lib   |2455100.
V0368 Lib   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table contains light elements for the
V0368 Lib   |first overtone. Fundamental mode: Max = 2455000.800 + 0.57857d x E.
V0368 Lib   |P1/P0 = 0.7443.
V0377 Lib   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.544401d; P1/P0 = 0.7455.
V0379 Lib   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.483137d; P1/P0 = 0.7447.
del   Lib   |VB A (B 11.3m, 9", 351{deg}; C 12.80m, 67", 90{deg}); Min II 4.98.
del   Lib   |P var?
S     Lup   |VB A (B = X Lup, 13", 176{deg}). P var. Max = 2411950 + 347.81d*E
S     Lup   |(JD2411950 - 14000); Max = 2414040 + 339.31d*E (JD2414000 - 19000);
S     Lup   |Max = 2419135 + 345.12d*E (JD2419000 - 26000); Max = 2426038 +
S     Lup   |336.60d*E (JD2426000 - 29500); Max = 2429743 + 345.15d*E (JD2429500
S     Lup   |- 35000); since JD2437600 - see Table.
X     Lup   |VB B (A = S Lup).
Y     Lup   |P var. Max = 2424691 + 408.15d*E (JD2423000 - 25500); Max = 2425503
Y     Lup   |+ 394.81d*E (JD2425500 - 30250); Max = 2430641 + 407.75d*E
Y     Lup   |(JD2430250 - 35000); since JD2437900 - see Table.
RU    Lup   |Sometimes varies quasiperiodically: P1 = 3.5457d, P2 = 3.8375
RU    Lup   |[02412]. H2O maser.
RY    Lup   |Quasiperiodicity: P = 3.7609d [09366].
SX    Lup   |Min II 11.8.
TY    Lup   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
UX    Lup   |[A/H] = -0.9. P var. P = 16.2403d (JD2411526 - 14040); P = 16.2065d
UX    Lup   |(JD2414040 - 24016); P = 16.2492d (JD2424016 - 25638); P = 16.1794d
UX    Lup   |(JD2425638 - 26449); P = 16.2241d (JD2426449 - 29693) [05387].
VV    Lup   |Close northern companion.
VZ    Lup   |P var? Light curve shape var?
CC    Lup   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
CW    Lup   |The charts in [06286] are wrong.
CX    Lup   |Min II 12.8.
CY    Lup   |High Max every 360d, especially faint Min 80d before these high
CY    Lup   |Max.
DG    Lup   |Min II 15.1.
DQ    Lup   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
DY    Lup   |In [00087] the information on variability of DY Lup is accompanied
DY    Lup   |by the coordinates of DZ Lup and vice versa. The chart for DY Lup
DY    Lup   |in [06286] is labeled DZ Lup, the chart for DZ Lup in [06286] is
DY    Lup   |wrong.
DZ    Lup   |In [00087] the information on variability of DY Lup is accompanied
DZ    Lup   |by the coordinates of DZ Lup and vice versa. The chart for DY Lup
DZ    Lup   |in [06286] is labeled DZ Lup, the chart for DZ Lup in [06286] is
DZ    Lup   |wrong.
EL    Lup   |VB.
ER    Lup   |P2 = 140d.
EU    Lup   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
FK    Lup   |Min II 10.7:.
FM    Lup   |The chart in [02385] is wrong.
FR    Lup   |Deep Min II.
FT    Lup   |Min II 9.98. dI = 0.025P?, dII >= 0.066P. P var. Before JD2439300
FT    Lup   |Min I = 2427987.310 + 0.470089d*E [03948]; since JD2445000 - see
FT    Lup   |Table. All the observations are well represented also by the
FT    Lup   |elements: Min I = 2445061.834 + 0.470083d*E - 0.114d*10**(-9)*E**2
FT    Lup   |[09360]. Light curve shape var?
FV    Lup   |Min II 11.2.
GG    Lup   |Min II 5.8.
GN    Lup   |VB A (B 10.2m vis, 10", 98{deg}).
GO    Lup   |Relatively short P.
GW    Lup   |In the dark nebula Barnard 228.
HL    Lup   |The initial identification with 2U 1543 - 47 is wrong. 2U 1543 - 47
HL    Lup   |= IL Lup.
HM    Lup   |B - V: +1.12.
HN    Lup   |B - V: +1.55, +1.68.
HO    Lup   |B - V: +0.70, +0.81.
OO    Lup   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
OR    Lup   |SB3, G1IV/V + G8:V/IV: + K0:V.
OT    Lup   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
OU    Lup   |MinII - MinI = 0.28P.
PP    Lup   |MinII - MinI = 0.28P.
PQ    Lup   |Blazhko effect, P=48.8d.
PS    Lup   |P varies, current elements are given.
PZ    Lup   |Min II = 10.67.
QQ    Lup   |Min II = 13.2.
QT    Lup   |Min II = 12.80.
QU    Lup   |Min II = 10.53. dP/dt = -0.61 x 10^{-5} d/yr. VB AB (11.3, 11.3,
QU    Lup   |0.8", 326{deg}, 1991).
QV    Lup   |Min II = 11.68.
QZ    Lup   |Min II = 8.43:.
V0339 Lup   |Blazhko effect, P = 49.5d.
V0353 Lup   |Min II = 12.7.
V0363 Lup   |Min II = 11.85.
V0372 Lup   |OH, SiO maser.
V0378 Lup   |Min II = 11.0.
V0379 Lup   |Min II = 9.89.
V0386 Lup   |Min II = 11.3.
alf   Lup   |VB A (B 14.0m, 27.6", 232{deg}, 1901). Soft X-ray source. P2 =
alf   Lup   |3.145d is possible [08417].
gam   Lup   |SB, Porb = 2.8081d.
del   Lup   |Less probable variant of elements: Max = 2441045.160 + 0.14273*E.
R     Lyn   |S 4/5E - S 6/6 - .
S     Lyn   |VB A (B 14m, 12.6", 155{deg}). P var. Max = 2414564 + 300.26d*E
S     Lyn   |(JD2414500 - 27400); Max = 2434241 + 294.42d*E (JD2427400 - 35100);
S     Lyn   |Max = 2440225 + 300.44d*E (JD2435100 - 40220); since JD2440220 -
S     Lyn   |see Table.
T     Lyn   |P var. Max = 2425012 + 419.0d*E (JD2412800 - 34700); since
T     Lyn   |JD2434700 - see Table.
U     Lyn   |H2O, OH emission. P var. Max = 2417168 + 440.3d*E (JD2417100 -
U     Lyn   |26000) [00458]; Max = 2435908 + 432.05d*E (JD2426000 - 36000); Max
U     Lyn   |= 2439898 + 447.1d*E (JD2436000 - 40000); since JD2440000 - see
U     Lyn   |Table.
V     Lyn   |Cycles 55d and 87d replace one another. Mean brightness varies.
Y     Lyn   |SB.
RR    Lyn   |VB A (B 10m, 50"). Min II 5.90; Min II = 2438051.3115 +
RR    Lyn   |9.945074d*E; E = 0.081; Min II - Min I = 0.45P (JD2437700).
RW    Lyn   |[Fe/H] = -1.37.
RZ    Lyn   |Min II 10.8.
SW    Lyn   |Min II 9.65; dI = 0.038P. P var. Min I = 2425643.323 + 0.6440661d*E
SW    Lyn   |(JD2425640 - 35850) [02742]; Min I = 2438795.8016 + 0.6440520d*E
SW    Lyn   |(JD2438380 - 840) [09387]; Min I = 2440614.0107 + 0.6440729d*E
SW    Lyn   |(JD2439500 - 40620) [00001]; Min I = 2442786.4493 + 0.6440677d*E
SW    Lyn   |(JD2440650 - 42790) [07292]; since JD2442780 - see Table.
SX    Lyn   |Min II 10.1. P var. Min I = 2428636.375 + 2.0225615d*E (JD2427400 -
SX    Lyn   |34700) [00519]; Min I = 2442561.424 + 2.0225172d*E (JD2442400 -
SX    Lyn   |44000); since JD2444000 - see Table.
SZ    Lyn   |SB (Porb = 1146d, E = 0.26 [09388]). {Delta}(S) = 0. There is a
SZ    Lyn   |periodical term in the elements: -0.00573d cos 2{pi} (EP0/P1 +
SZ    Lyn   |0.007); P0 = 0.120534920d, P1 = 1150d. Amplitude and shape of the
SZ    Lyn   |light curve vary.
TT    Lyn   |{Delta}(S) = 7.
TV    Lyn   |[Fe/H] = -0.99.
TW    Lyn   |{Delta}(S) = 10. P var. Max = 2418676.804 + 0.4817201d*E (JD2418670
TW    Lyn   |- 20155); Max = 2420155.685 + 0.4816929d*E (JD2420155 - 27480); Max
TW    Lyn   |= 2427479.359 + 0.4817481d*E (JD2427480 - 28630); Max = 2428627.310
TW    Lyn   |+ 0.4818529d*E (JD2428620 - 37800) [02819]. Since JD2445000 - see
TW    Lyn   |Table.
TZ    Lyn   |Epoch of Min brightness is given.
UU    Lyn   |Min II 11.82.
UV    Lyn   |Min II 9.78.
UZ    Lyn   |VR var (P = 0.065d [09392]).
VV    Lyn   |VB A (B 11.76m, 38.6",354{deg}); SB.
VW    Lyn   |P1 = 590s, P2 = 260s [09393].
CW    Lyn   |Type RRC: is also possible.
DY    Lyn   |MinII 10.16.
EO    Lyn   |Min II = 14.1.
EQ    Lyn   |Porb = 0.0599d.
EZ    Lyn   |Brightenings and mini-outbursts between superoutburts, 16.5m -
EZ    Lyn   |17.1mV, with oscillations ({Delta} V about 0.2m, P = 0.0295d).
EZ    Lyn   |Superhumps in superoutbursts: P = 0.0597d.
FG    Lyn   |Min II = 11.00.
FH    Lyn   |Porb = 0.2890d.
FI    Lyn   |Min II = 10.18.
FL    Lyn   |Possible Porb = 0.0687d. Superhumps P = 0.06921d.
FN    Lyn   |Min II = 10.36.
FT    Lyn   |Min II = 13.08.
HS    Lyn   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
IW    Lyn   |VB A (B 7", 349{deg}, 1999).
IZ    Lyn   |Probably a VB unresolved in the photometry.
KX    Lyn   |[Fe/H] = -1.9.
LO    Lyn   |Blazhko effect, P=9.763d.
LR    Lyn   |Blazhko effect? [81001].
LV    Lyn   |P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.360108d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
LW    Lyn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.477799d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
MM    Lyn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.480261d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
MQ    Lyn   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2534778d; P(Blazhko) = 22.7d.
MR    Lyn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.485654d; P1/P0 = 0.7451.
MS    Lyn   |Porb = 0.080d.
MT    Lyn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.501434d; P1/P0 = 0.7447.
MV    Lyn   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478181d; P1/P0 = 0.7442.
MW    Lyn   |Period varies.
S     Lyr   |P var. Max = 2416186 + 432.01d*E (JD2415700 - 20100); Max = 2420961
S     Lyr   |+ 445.83d*E (JD2420900 - 26500); Max = 2426748 + 429.01d*E
S     Lyr   |(JD2426500 - 30700); Max = 2432357 + 441.88d*E (JD2432000 - 34600);
S     Lyr   |since JD2442500 - see Table.
U     Lyr   |VB A (B 13.0m, 9.4", 182{deg}). P var. Max = 2418345 + 459.22d*E
U     Lyr   |(JD2418000 - 27000); since JD2432000 - see Table.
V     Lyr   |OH maser.
W     Lyr   |P var. Max = 2415578 + 198.39d*E (JD2413000 - 19000); Max = 2420322
W     Lyr   |+ 194.99d*E (JD2419000 - 25500); Max = 2431326 + 198.97d*E
W     Lyr   |(JD2427000 - 31500); Max = 2432494 + 195.11d*E (JD2431500 - 36500);
W     Lyr   |since JD2437500 - see Table.
Y     Lyr   |{Delta}(S) = 0.8.
Z     Lyr   |P var. Max = 2418150 + 285.07d*E (JD2417500 - 22200); Max = 2423600
Z     Lyr   |+ 291.37d*E (JD2422200 - 29500); Max = 2430000 + 284.00d*E
Z     Lyr   |(JD2429500 - 36800); since JD2436800 - see Table.
RR    Lyr   |[Fe/H] = -1.14. {Delta}(S) = 6. Blazhko effect of variable
RR    Lyr   |amplitude (practically to complete disappearance of Blazhko
RR    Lyr   |effect); Pi = 40.8d. Variations of Max light phase up to 0.14P;
RR    Lyr   |magnitude in Max var in the range up to 0.6m, that in Min var in
RR    Lyr   |the range up to 0.1m [03418].According to [07270], a cycle ~4 yr is
RR    Lyr   |present in Blazhko effect amplitude changes; at the end of the
RR    Lyr   |cycle the Blazhko effect phase changes abruptly by 0.25Pi. Magnetic
RR    Lyr   |field strength varies with the pulsational period [09339]. P var.
RR    Lyr   |Max = 2414856.480 + 0.56682069d*E (JD2414800 - 18800); Max =
RR    Lyr   |2421854.052 + 0.56685169d*E (JD2418800 - 26500) [09379]; Max =
RR    Lyr   |2426571.3828 + 0.56684333d*E (JD2426500 - 32500) [09338]; Max =
RR    Lyr   |2438215.9492 + 0.566830d*E (JD2438000 - 41000) [05238]; Max =
RR    Lyr   |2438215.9492 + 0.56683313d*E (JD2441000 - 42900) [09338]; since
RR    Lyr   |JD2442900 - see Table.
RS    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2415566 + 299.38d*E (JD2415000 - 24000); Max = 2425176
RS    Lyr   |+ 308.08d*E (JD2424000 - 37200); since JD2437200 - see Table.
RT    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2437022 + 250.85d*E (JD2415000 - 39000); since
RT    Lyr   |JD2439000 - see Table.
RU    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2415983 + 370.70d*E (JD2415900 - 33000); Max = 2433035
RU    Lyr   |+ 363.0d*E (JD2433000 - 41000); since JD2441000 - see Table.
RV    Lyr   |D = 0.015P. P var. Min = 2415949.7096 + 3.599007d*E (JD2412185 -
RV    Lyr   |16000); Min = 2415949.7096 + 3.599046d*E (JD2416000 - 21400)
RV    Lyr   |[00001]; Min = 2432015.671 + 3.5989845d*E (JD2421400 - 32000); Min
RV    Lyr   |= 2432015.671 + 3.5990235d*E (JD2432000 - 39300) [09085]; since
RV    Lyr   |JD2442000 - see Table.
RW    Lyr   |OH, H2O maser.
RX    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2416226 + 249.94d*E (JD2415000 - 28800); since
RX    Lyr   |JD2428800 - see Table.
RZ    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2416415.360 + 0.51127069d*E (JD2413000 - 19000)
RZ    Lyr   |[00001]; Max = 2426161.4375 + 0.51124948D*E (JD2426000 - 38000)
RZ    Lyr   |[00323]; since JD2438000 - see Table. Blazhko effect, height of Max
RZ    Lyr   |varies: 10.6m - 10.9m, Max ({Delta}(m)) = 2430904.3 + 116.654d*N +
RZ    Lyr   |0.01034d*N**2; Min ({Delta}(m)) - Max ({Delta}(m)) = 59.3d [03419].
RZ    Lyr   |[Fe/H] = -1.69; {Delta}(S) = 10.0.
SS    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2421695 + 350.48d*E (JD2416000 - 22500); Max = 2429991
SS    Lyr   |+ 355.22d*E (JD2429000 - 38000); since JD2438000 - see Table.
SZ    Lyr   |According to [05750], during JD2434665 - 35044 the amplitude was
SZ    Lyr   |twice smaller than usual (due to the depth of Min), and a temporary
SZ    Lyr   |phase shift by 0.5P occured.
TT    Lyr   |d = 0.010P; Min II 9.44.
TW    Lyr   |VB A (B 15.2m pg, 14".70{deg}, 1912).
TY    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2419285 + 336.49d:*E (JD2419000 - 23700); Max =
TY    Lyr   |2423985 + 329.79d*E (JD2423700 - 31250); since JD2438600 - see
TY    Lyr   |Table.
TZ    Lyr   |VB A (B 12.29m, 2.54", 2.5{deg}). Min II 11.05. P var. Min I =
TZ    Lyr   |2420669.480 + 0.5288234d*E (JD2420000 - 38000); since JD2438000 -
TZ    Lyr   |see Table.
UX    Lyr   |B - V: +0.11, +0.47.
UZ    Lyr   |d = 0.012P:. P var. Min = 2424268.474 + 1.891253d*E (JD2422500 -
UZ    Lyr   |25500) [02087]; since JD2425500 - see Table.
AA    Lyr   |Min II 13.5.
AH    Lyr   |d = 0.03P. Min II 12.1.
AK    Lyr   |Min II 12.9.
AL    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2427865.82 + 12.9837d*E (JD2414800 - 28000) [00001];
AL    Lyr   |Max = 2432889.03 + 12.98047d*E (JD2428000 - 35500) [04427]; since
AL    Lyr   |JD2435500 - see Table.
AQ    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2425301.592 + 0.3571721d*E (JD2425300 - 29000); Max =
AQ    Lyr   |2428944.739 + 0.3571285d*E (JD2429000 - 30200); Max = 2430158.976 +
AQ    Lyr   |0.3571611d*E (JD2430200 - 33900); Max = 2433909.178 + 0.3571861d*E
AQ    Lyr   |(JD2433900 - 35700); during JD2435700 - 37800 - see Table. Blazhko
AQ    Lyr   |effect? According to visual observations, 0.4m <= {Delta}(m) <=
AQ    Lyr   |1.2m.
AY    Lyr   |Cycles of supermaxima 188.9d - 212.8d. Superhumps period: Ps =
AY    Lyr   |0.07552d [06249].
BF    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2425296 + 130d*E (JD2425300 - 800); During JD2429045 -
BF    Lyr   |570 - see Table.
BH    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2413712.358 + 0.6129028d*E (JD2413712 - 27927); Max =
BH    Lyr   |2434472.547 + 0.6128941d*E (JD2434472 - 36102); since JD2436423 -
BH    Lyr   |see Table.
BQ    Lyr   |{Delta}(S) = 0:.
BV    Lyr   |d = 0.025P.
CC    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2433182.7 + 24.028d*E (JD2426100 - 33400); Max =
CC    Lyr   |2437078.8 + 24.200d*E (JD2433400 - 37100) [00001]; Max = 2439418.5
CC    Lyr   |+ 24.185d*E (JD2437100 - 39420) [05644]; since JD2440400 - see
CC    Lyr   |Table. Light curve shape var? [A/H] = -2.2.
CV    Lyr   |Possible superposition of P2 = 135d.
CX    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2418596.111 + 0.616689d*E (JD2414880 - 20000); Max =
CX    Lyr   |2427696.396 + 0.616669d*E (JD2427530 - 30610); since JD2433000 -
CX    Lyr   |see Table. {Delta}(S) = 7:.
DD    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2425494.334 + 0.372610d*E (JD2418900 - 27600) [00001];
DD    Lyr   |since JD2427600 - see Table.
DF    Lyr   |Min II 13.4.
DI    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2437160.310 + 0.4174486d*E (JD2437160 - 39293); Max =
DI    Lyr   |2439293.468 + 0.4178451d*E (JD2439293 - 40768); since JD2440768 -
DI    Lyr   |see Table.
DN    Lyr   |P2 = 600d.
DR    Lyr   |[Fe/H] = -1.41; {Delta}(S) =7.4.
DU    Lyr   |Min II 13.3.
EN    Lyr   |B - V: + 0.40. + 0.43. P var. {Delta}(m) var.
EP    Lyr   |Max I Phase = 0.20P; Min II 10.36m - 10.58m, Phase = 0.50P; Max II
EP    Lyr   |10.01m - 10.10m, Phase = 0.70P. Secondary oscillations: P2 = 45.1d,
EP    Lyr   |P3 = 7067d [09354].
EW    Lyr   |P var; nonlinear term: +0.00210d*10**(-6)*E**2 (JD2426500 - 45500);
EW    Lyr   |since JD2442000 the observations are represented also by the
EW    Lyr   |elements: Min = 2445597.391 + 1.948763d*E [07037,00001].
EX    Lyr   |[Fe/H] = -0.63; {Delta}(S) = 2.5.
EZ    Lyr   |VB A (B 12.3m, 14", 302{deg}, 1934). P var. Since JD2426577 - see
EZ    Lyr   |Table. {Delta}(S) = 7.1.
FG    Lyr   |VB A (B 14m, <10"). d = 0.035P. P var?
FH    Lyr   |P var?
FK    Lyr   |The identification with HDE 337663(G5) [00021] is wrong.
FL    Lyr   |Min II 9.52, DII = 0.05P.
FN    Lyr   |B - V: +0.15, +0.48.
FO    Lyr   |Min II 13.7.
GY    Lyr   |The elements describe the brightest maxima. Between them there are
GY    Lyr   |2 - 3 waves of smaller amplitude. Red.
HP    Lyr   |Min II 11.0.
HQ    Lyr   |P var, periodic term: +30d*sin(8{deg}*E).
HT    Lyr   |Min II 13.3.
HY    Lyr   |Min II 14.1.
IK    Lyr   |Blazhko effect?
IL    Lyr   |According to [00569], Max = 2429375.519 + 0.377620d*E, M - m =
IL    Lyr   |0.14P:.
IO    Lyr   |{Delta}(S) = 3.
IP    Lyr   |Min II 13.3.
IW    Lyr   |Min II 13.3.
IY    Lyr   |Min II 14.1.
KM    Lyr   |Blazhko effect: Pi = 30d, 0.14P <= M - m <= 0.20P.
KP    Lyr   |ADS 11423 C (A 8.5m, B 9.7m; AB - C 77", 208{deg}; D 13.1m, C - D
KP    Lyr   |14", 61{deg}, 1904). P2 = 1300d is possible.
KR    Lyr   |P var. The light curve shape var.
KT    Lyr   |Min II 14.9.
KX    Lyr   |{Delta}(S) = 0.
LQ    Lyr   |[Fe/H] = -1.39; {Delta}(S) = 7.2.
LR    Lyr   |P var? [Fe/H] = -1.41; {Delta}(S) = 7.4.
LT    Lyr   |Rapid variation (0.5m in an hour) were observed.
LX    Lyr   |{Delta}(S) = 8:.
LZ    Lyr   |P var. Min = 2425347.565 + 1.611143d*E (JD2425347 - 32119) [00569];
LZ    Lyr   |since JD2442870 - see Table.
MN    Lyr   |Min II 14.1.
MR    Lyr   |Alternative P = 0.66d:.
MS    Lyr   |P < 0.5d?
MT    Lyr   |Min II 16.2.
MV    Lyr   |SB (Porb = 0.1336d [09373]). Quasiperiodic fadings of different
MV    Lyr   |amplitude: Min = 2425558 + 455.5d*E (JD2425500 - 30100); Min =
MV    Lyr   |2430113 + 325.3d*E (JD2430100 - 36900); Min = 2436944 + 357.8d*E
MV    Lyr   |(JD2436900 - 44100) [09372]. After JD2444100 the mean brightness
MV    Lyr   |level became fainter by 5m; outbursts with an amplitude up to 3m of
MV    Lyr   |1 - 2 months duration are observed [09404]. During the bright level
MV    Lyr   |of light, flickering up to 0.4m in 5 Min in U bAnd is observed
MV    Lyr   |[00365]. Soft X-ray source. B - V: 0.00 +- 0.40; U - B: -0.86 +
MV    Lyr   |-1.30.
MW    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2429521.386 + 0.3978817d*E (JD2427700 - 36000); since
MW    Lyr   |JD2436000 - see Table. Blazhko effect: Pi = 33.3d; the amplitude
MW    Lyr   |varies by 0.6m.
MZ    Lyr   |Min II 14.0.
NV    Lyr   |d = 0.02P:.
NW    Lyr   |P var. Max = 2436483.323 + 1.6012330d*E (JD2414500 - 36400)
NW    Lyr   |[03506]; since JD2436400 - see Table. B - V: +0.38, +0.86.
NY    Lyr   |Min II 13.1.
NZ    Lyr   |O - C vary harmonically with an amplitude +- 0.01d, Pi ~2500P.
OQ    Lyr   |VB (B 12.1m vis, 5.3", 175{deg}, 1930).
OS    Lyr   |40d <= P <= 60d. P2 = 400d - 500d is superimposed.
PQ    Lyr   |d = 0.014P; Min II 14.9.
PS    Lyr   |d = 0.02P:; Min II 11.4.
PU    Lyr   |Close companions sf, s.
PV    Lyr   |d = 0.03P:.
PY    Lyr   |Min II 13.4. P var. Min I = 2434980.4372 + 0.38576671d*E (JD2432700
PY    Lyr   |- 36900) [04248]; since JD2442500 - see Table.
QQ    Lyr   |Min II 14.6.
QT    Lyr   |Min II 14.6.
QU    Lyr   |Min II 13.1.
V0335 Lyr   |Large scatter in the light curve.
V0336 Lyr   |P var. Min = 2429965.283 + 1.9049105d*E (JD2429370 - 31590); during
V0336 Lyr   |JD2438930 - 40010 - see Table.
V0337 Lyr   |Large scatter in the light curve.
V0348 Lyr   |Min II 16.8. The elements are valid during JD2444023 - 45232.
V0350 Lyr   |P var. The elements are valid during JD2438280 - 45232.
V0355 Lyr   |The elements are valid during JD2429322 - 45232.
V0356 Lyr   |VB A (B 17.5m, 10", 120{deg}, [00001]).
V0361 Lyr   |Min II 15.3, Max II 14.7, Max II - Min I = 0.70P. The elements are
V0361 Lyr   |valid during JD2433776 - 45232).
V0372 Lyr   |The chart in [03910] is wrong. Called GR256 in [06358] V454 Lyr.
V0380 Lyr   |Faint close companion nf.
V0385 Lyr   |Faint close companion sf.
V0388 Lyr   |No brightenings were observed during JD2438322 - 39289.
V0389 Lyr   |The elements are valid during JD2438322 - 40007.
V0390 Lyr   |The elements are valid during JD2439913 - 40007.
V0401 Lyr   |Min II 14.4:. The period may be spurious.
V0403 Lyr   |P var?, Pi = 500 P?
V0404 Lyr   |Min II 12.4.
V0406 Lyr   |Min II 13.0.
V0409 Lyr   |P var? The elements are valid during JD2434500 - 40000. Blazhko
V0409 Lyr   |effect?
V0411 Lyr   |Min II 14.4. Alternatively RRC (P = 0.291315d).
V0412 Lyr   |Min II 14.1; Min II - Min I = 0.48P.
V0413 Lyr   |Min II 14.8?
V0415 Lyr   |Cycle <= 150d.
V0417 Lyr   |Min II 16.2. P var?
V0418 Lyr   |P var. The elements are valid during JD2437100 - 40400.
V0423 Lyr   |Min II 15.5. P var?
V0424 Lyr   |Blazhko effect?
V0428 Lyr   |Min II 14.3. Apsidal motion?
V0429 Lyr   |Min II 14.8?
V0431 Lyr   |Min II 15.1.
V0435 Lyr   |Possibly ew with twice longer P. P may be spurious.
V0462 Lyr   |P var? The elements are valid during JD2439913 - 40007.
V0467 Lyr   |Min II 12.9. JD2415288 - 43287; the elements are valid during
V0467 Lyr   |JD2415288 - 43287; large scatter on the light curve. According to
V0467 Lyr   |[09412], during JD2443424 - 44165 the light variation range is
V0467 Lyr   |12.4m - 12.6m pg, the elements are not valid.
V0470 Lyr   |U = 0.40", p = 7{deg}. P1 = 738.6s, P2 = 557.4s, P3 = 318.0s, P4 =
V0470 Lyr   |291.9s, P5 = 259.1s.
V0473 Lyr   |P var, {Delta}(m) var. According to [09413], P = 1.490795d +
V0473 Lyr   |1.22d*10**(-6)*(JD - 2443600)/365.25d. Cyclic P variations: P
V0473 Lyr   |{alpha} = 1178.5d; Pt = 2655d. {Delta}(m) varies with the period P
V0473 Lyr   |{alpha}; P4 = 1063.5d may be traced in the variations of Vr. 0.06m
V0473 Lyr   |<= {Delta}(m) <= 0.36m.
V0474 Lyr   |P2 = 76d.
V0477 Lyr   |The central star of planetary nebula Abell 46. Strong reflection
V0477 Lyr   |effect. Depths of minima: Min I 1.42m B, Min II ~0.1m B.
V0531 Lyr   |Minima observed only between JD 2448600 and 2448800.
V0550 Lyr   |SB, Porb = 1.0309d.
V0591 Lyr   |MinII 13.85.
V0592 Lyr   |MinII 12.82.
V0604 Lyr   |According to [78265], P = 11.5791 d.
V0608 Lyr   |Called SBG 3268 in [78267], in contradiction with the star's
V0608 Lyr   |coordinates and brightness.
V0609 Lyr   |The period in the table is twice that in [78267], to justify the
V0609 Lyr   |suggested classification.
V0627 Lyr   |According to [78267], P = 3.34154 d.
V0634 Lyr   |The coordinates in [78266] are wrong.
V0641 Lyr   |P = 0.4599d is not excluded.
V0664 Lyr   |VB A (A 13.0mV; B 14.5mV, 11", 302{deg}, 1998).
V0668 Lyr   |Multiperiodic.
V0691 Lyr   |O'Connell effect.
V0722 Lyr   |A post-asymptotic-branch star with non-periodic, sometimes rapid,
V0722 Lyr   |brightness variations.
V0723 Lyr   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.0745095d.
V0725 Lyr   |VB A (B 16.7mpg, 6", 102{deg}, 2000).
V0730 Lyr   |SRB type with P = 85d is also possible.
V0742 Lyr   |Pulsations: P = 40d - 50d, amplitude 0.4m.
V0753 Lyr   |VB A (B 4", 178{deg}, 1998).
V0754 Lyr   |O'Connell effect.
V0755 Lyr   |O'Connell effect.
V0757 Lyr   |Periods 2.2148d or 2.8458d are also possible.
V0758 Lyr   |O'Connell effect.
V0766 Lyr   |O'Connell effect.
V0775 Lyr   |O'Connell effect.
V0778 Lyr   |RRC type with P = 0.29403d or P = 0.2270d is also possible.
V0780 Lyr   |VB A (B 17.1m, 5", 307{deg}, 1998).
V0781 Lyr   |VB A (B 17.3m, 6", 191{deg}, 1998). The one-day alias, P =
V0781 Lyr   |0.055562d, is also possible.
V0784 Lyr   |O'Connell effect.
V0785 Lyr   |Strong O'Connell effect.
V0798 Lyr   |Not red.
V0817 Lyr   |EW type with a twice longer period is not excluded.
alf   Lyr   |IR excess.
bet   Lyr   |ADS 11745 A (B 8.6m, B7V, 46", 149{deg}; C 13.0m, 47", 248{deg}).
bet   Lyr   |Min II 3.85. P var. Nonlinear terms: +3.883d*10**(-6)*E**2 -
bet   Lyr   |0.10d*10**(-10)*E**3. Light curve shape var. Radio and X-ray
bet   Lyr   |source. IR excess.
del 2 Lyr   |Open cluster {delta}**2 Lyr member [02505].
R     Men   |Sometimes P = 120d; Sometimes P = 240d.
T     Men   |In the Large Magellanic Cloud region; not a member of the Cloud.
T     Men   |There is a sguare term in the elements: +8.1d*10**(-6)*E**2.
U     Men   |VB A (B 10.4m, 0.6", 71{deg}, 1935.3). A var (0.8m <= A <= 2.9M). P
U     Men   |var. Max = 2416927 + 426.9d*E (JD2415200 - 17400) [00207]; since
U     Men   |JD2417400 - see Table.
V     Men   |Epoch corresponds to the middle of the light curve ascending
V     Men   |branch.
W     Men   |The member of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
RR    Men   |Min II 12.1.
RS    Men   |In the Large Magellanic Cloud region; not a member of the Cloud.
RT    Men   |In the Large Magellanic Cloud region; not a member of the Cloud.
RU    Men   |In the Large Magellanic Cloud region; not a member of the Cloud.
RV    Men   |In the Large Magellanic Cloud region; not a member of the Cloud.
RW    Men   |In the Large Magellanic Cloud region; not a member of the Cloud.
TU    Men   |Porb = 0.1176d [09376]. Superhump Period Ps = 0.12625d [04772].
TY    Men   |Min II 8.47; d I = 0.00P, d II = 0.07P. Shape of the light curve
TY    Men   |varies.
TZ    Men   |Min II 6.36.
UX    Men   |Min II 9.47; Min II - Min I = 0.50045P. One of the components may
UX    Men   |be a physical variable.
WY    Men   |In the region of the NGC 1841 globular cluster; not a member of the
WY    Men   |cluster. In the halo of the magellanic clouds system.
WZ    Men   |In the region of the NGC 1841 globular cluster, not a member of the
WZ    Men   |cluster. In the halo of the Magellanic Clouds system.
XX    Men   |In the region of the NGC 1841 globular cluster, not a member of the
XX    Men   |cluster. In the halo of the Magellanic Clouds system.
XY    Men   |In the Large Magellanic Cloud region; not a member of the Cloud.
XY    Men   |Min II 10.88; dI = 0.05P; dII = 0.00P.
XZ    Men   |There are there oscillations simultaneously: P1 = 0.1083d (A1 =
XZ    Men   |0.0094m B), P2 = 0.0855d (A2 = 0.0082m B), P3 = 0.0955d (A3 =
XZ    Men   |0.0058m B); P2/P1 = 0.789.
AN    Men   |Type RRC: is also possible.
AT    Men   |LMC non-member.
AU    Men   |LMC non-member.
BB    Men   |Min II = 11.80. P varies. dP/dt = +0.21 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
BC    Men   |VB B (A 7.54m; AB 16", 260{deg}, 2000).
iot   Men   |Min II 6.05.
R     Mic   |P var. Max = 2413373 + 138.60d*E (JD2413300 - 29600) [00458]; Max =
R     Mic   |2432745 + 137.43d*E (JD2429600 - 34700); Max = 2435091 + 140.84d*E
R     Mic   |(JD2434700 - 37800); since JD2437800 - see Table.
S     Mic   |P var. Max = 2413499 + 214.5d*E (JD2413500 - 15900) [00458]; Max =
S     Mic   |2432102 + 208.23d*E (JD2422700 - 32200); since JD2432200 - see
S     Mic   |Table.
U     Mic   |OH, H2O emission.
V     Mic   |OH, H20 emission.
Y     Mic   |Mean brightness varies.
Z     Mic   |(k - b)2 = 0.12; {Delta}(S) = 4.
RR    Mic   |[A/H] = -1.4. P var. Max = 2433032.96 + 31.78175d*E (JD2415000 -
RR    Mic   |35300) [02747]; since JD2443600 - see Table.
RY    Mic   |P var? Elements given in the Table represent observations in the
RY    Mic   |interval JD2436100 - 40210. According to [00085] Max = 2428670 +
RY    Mic   |190d*E.
RZ    Mic   |Min II 11.2.
TV    Mic   |Min II 12.4.
UZ    Mic   |Min II 12.4.
VW    Mic   |In the interval JD2436600 - 840) Max = 2436807.248 + 0.35620d*E.
VW    Mic   |Since JD2442600 - see Table.
WY    Mic   |P = 0.511427d? [00001].
XZ    Mic   |In the interval JD2436670 - 840 Max = 2436731.480 + 0.449208d*E.
XZ    Mic   |Since JD2442630 - see Table.
ZZ    Mic   |(k - b)2 = 021; {Delta}(S) = 0. P var? Max = 2437192.3131 +
ZZ    Mic   |0.0671786d*E (JD2437180 - 460) [04308]; Max = 2439320.2162 +
ZZ    Mic   |0.0671575d*E (JD2439320 - 340) [05683]; since JD2440440 - see
ZZ    Mic   |Table. Further period increase is possible [09380]. According to
ZZ    Mic   |[07985] there are two simultaneous oscillations with the periods P1
ZZ    Mic   |and P2: P1 = 0.0654d, P2 = 0.0513d. P2/P1 = 0.784; A2(U) = 0.25
ZZ    Mic   |A1(U).
AE    Mic   |In the interval JD2436670 - 840 Max = 2436728.470 + 0.324142d*E.
AE    Mic   |Since JD2442630 - see Table.
AH    Mic   |Min II 13.6.
AT    Mic   |VB (A 10.83m V, M 4.5Ve; B 10.9m V, M 4.5Ve; a = 6.40", P = 675 yr,
AT    Mic   |e = 0.60 [09381]. {mu}, Vr, {pi} - common with AU Mic. Unusually
AT    Mic   |high freguency of flares allows to suppose that both components are
AT    Mic   |variable. The range of combined brightness variation of the system
AT    Mic   |is given in the Table.
AU    Mic   |{mu}, {pi}, Vr - common with AT Mic. SB? 0.20P <= M - m <= 0.55P.
AU    Mic   |There are periodical light variations and also flares with A <=
AU    Mic   |0.5m U [08601].
AW    Mic   |Shape of the light curve strongly varies. Multiperiodicity is
AW    Mic   |possible.
AX    Mic   |In minimum brightness B - V = +1.42, U - B = +1.20.
CZ    Mic   |MinII 12.9:.
DE    Mic   |MinII 8.00.
DS    Mic   |Period varies [81001].
R     Mon   |Peculiar non-stellar object at the apex of the reflection variable
R     Mon   |[09396] cometary nebula NGC 2261. Probably young star surrounded by
R     Mon   |dust cloud. Light curve in [09394].
S     Mon   |In the open star cluster NGC 2264. VB A (B 8.2m, 2.9", 213{deg};
S     Mon   |9.9m, 16.6", 14{deg}.)
T     Mon   |SB (Porb> = 70 yr [09397]). [A/H] = 0.3. There is a sguare term in
T     Mon   |the elements given in the Table: +5.34d*10**(-6)*E**2. Deviations
T     Mon   |from the parabola in the O - C, E diagram have a wave-like trend.
T     Mon   |If this wave is attributed to the light-time effect, Porb = 100
T     Mon   |years. The observations are also satisfied by the following system
T     Mon   |of linear elements: Max = 2412874.56 + 27.0093d*E (JD2405200 -
T     Mon   |15250) [09398]; Max = 2426004.62 + 27.0180d*E (JD2415250 - 27150);
T     Mon   |since JD2427150 - Max = 2436137.090 + 27.0205d*E [02392].
U     Mon   |P var. Min = 2408897 + 92.26d*E (JD2408800 - 36210) [00368]; since
U     Mon   |JD2437300 - see Table. Mean magnitude varies with the period 2320d
U     Mon   |[00657]. Spectrum investigation [02226].
V     Mon   |P var. Max = 2412172 + 334.5d*E (JD2412000 - 23500) [00458]; Max =
V     Mon   |2427870 + 332.5d*E (JD2423500 - 28200); Max = 2429904 + 342.0d*E
V     Mon   |(JD2428200 - 30800); Max = 2439570 + 331.6d*E (JD2430800 - 41225);
V     Mon   |since JD2441225 - see Table.
X     Mon   |P var. Max = 2415078 + 154.0d*E (JD2415000 - 18800); Max = 2419758
X     Mon   |+ 149.6d*E (JD2419700 - 21000); Max = 2421136 + 155.0d*E (JD2421000
X     Mon   |- 24600); Max = 2424673 + 169d*E (JD2424600 - 25600); Max = 2425644
X     Mon   |+ 155.6d*E (JD2425600 - 26800); Max = 2427028 + 150.7d*E (JD2427000
X     Mon   |- 28000) [00458]; Max = 2429521 + 155.8d*E (JD2428000 - 36300); Max
X     Mon   |= 2438846 + 145.3d*E (JD2437800 - 38900); since JD2440800 - see
X     Mon   |Table. The amplitude strongly varies; sometimes irregular light
X     Mon   |variations are observed.
Y     Mon   |P var. Max = 2415792 + 228.6d*E (JD2415300 - 19700); Max = 2419928
Y     Mon   |+ 227.4d*E (JD2419700 - 24300) [00458]; Max = 2432647 + 233.3d*E
Y     Mon   |(JD2424300 - 32900); since JD2432900 - see Table.
RR    Mon   |P var. Max = 2417476 + 384.5d*E (JD2417400 - 19600) [00458]; since
RR    Mon   |JD2419600 - see Table.
RU    Mon   |Min II 11.06; D II var: 0.06P <= DII <= 0.12P; Min II - Min I var:
RU    Mon   |0.25P < = Min II - Min I <= 0.75P. P var. In the interval JD2429100
RU    Mon   |- 38409 Min I = 2418357.0140; 3.5846794d(E - 406) - 0.429d cos
RU    Mon   |{alpha} + 0.06d*sin(2{alpha}) + 0.010d*cos(3{alpha}) +
RU    Mon   |0.003d*sin(4{alpha}), MinII = 2418355.2220 + 3.5846794d(E - 406) +
RU    Mon   |0.429d cos {alpha} + 0.060D*sin(2{alpha}) - 0.010d cos*3{alpha} +
RU    Mon   |0.003d*sin(4{alpha}) (JD2416900 - 29100); Min I = 2429641.567 +
RU    Mon   |3.5846391d*(E - 3554) - 0.429d*cos({alpha}) + 0.060d*sin(2{alpha})
RU    Mon   |+ 0.010d*cos(3{alpha}) + 0.003d*sin(4{alpha}), Min II = 2429639.775
RU    Mon   |+ 3.5846391d(E - 3554) + 0.429d*cos({alpha}) + 0.060d*sin(2{alpha})
RU    Mon   |- 0.010d*cos(3{alpha}) + 0.003d*sin(4{alpha}), where {alpha} =
RU    Mon   |0.01245{deg}(E - 406) [03445]. The epochs E are being calculated
RU    Mon   |for Min I from JD hel. 2416901.205, and for Min II - from JD hel.
RU    Mon   |2416900.248. In the interval JD2438409 - 41743 Min I = 2438409.6045
RU    Mon   |+ 3.584586d(E - 6000) - 0.4290d*cos({alpha}) +
RU    Mon   |0.0620d*sin(2{alpha}) + 0.0107d*cos(3{alpha}) +
RU    Mon   |0.0026d*sin(4{alpha}) - 0.00036d cos 5{alpha}, Min II =
RU    Mon   |2438407.8122 + 3.584586d(E - 6000) + 0.4290d cos {alpha} +
RU    Mon   |0.0620d*sin(2{alpha}) - 0.0107d*cos(3{alpha}) +
RU    Mon   |0.0026d*sin(4{alpha}) + 0.00036d*cos(5{alpha}), where {alpha} =
RU    Mon   |0.012385{deg}(E - 406) [07987]. since JD2441743 - Min I =
RU    Mon   |2441743.2633 + 3.584670d(E - 6930) - 0.4336d cos {alpha} +
RU    Mon   |0.0634d*sin(2{alpha}) + 0.0111d*cos(3{alpha}) +
RU    Mon   |0.0021d*sin(4{alpha}), Min II = 2441741.4710 + 3.584689d(E - 6930)
RU    Mon   |+ 0.4336d cos {alpha} + 0.0634d*sin(2{alpha}) -
RU    Mon   |0.0111d*cos(3{alpha}) + 0.0021d*sin(4{alpha}), where {alpha} =
RU    Mon   |70.6{deg} + 0.0114{deg}(E - 6094) [09546]. Linear elements for Min
RU    Mon   |I epochs in 1973 - 1990 are given in the Table. Corresponding
RU    Mon   |elements for Min II epochs are: Min II = 2441741.575 + 3.584567d*E.
RU    Mon   |E = 0.38. Apsidal motion period is 285 years.
RV    Mon   |Mean brightness varies with P = 1047d.
RW    Mon   |Min II 9.45; d I = 0.027P, d II = 0.023P. P var. Min I =
RW    Mon   |2417943.687 + 1.9061012d*E (JD2417940 - 32900) [03450]; since
RW    Mon   |JD2432900 - see Table.
RX    Mon   |P var. Max = 2418980 + 343.2d*E (JD2416200 - 19000); Max = 2423097
RX    Mon   |+ 338.9d*E (JD2422000 - 28500); since JD2428500 - see Table.
RY    Mon   |VB A (B 12.29M, 28").
SS    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
SU    Mon   |S 5/7 - S 6/7. P var: 69d (JD2416700 - 19100); 203.5d (JD2420100 -
SU    Mon   |22920); 69d (JD2423000 - 30100). In the intervals JD2423000 - 520 -
SU    Mon   |const (11.5m), JD2424820 - 980 - const (11.8m).
SV    Mon   |[A/H] = 0.2. P var. Max = 2419041.805 + 15.230721d*E (JD2412000 -
SV    Mon   |22000) [00025]; Max = 2422651.931 + 15.23256d*E (JD2422600 - 23850)
SV    Mon   |[09400]; Max = 2424571.60 + 15.2513d*E (JD2423850 - 24600); Max =
SV    Mon   |2434045.326 + 15.2304d*E (JD2424600 - 34100); since JD2433000 - see
SV    Mon   |Table.
SX    Mon   |Mean brightness varies with P = 1100d.
SZ    Mon   |VB A (B 11m - 12m, 10" [09401]). Min II 10.55. P var. Min I =
SZ    Mon   |2426357.1 + 32.760d*E (JD2422000 - 26400); Min I = 2427861.2 +
SZ    Mon   |32.708d*E (JD2426750 - 32000); since JD2432800 - see Table. Shape
SZ    Mon   |of the light curve varies. Heights of maxima and depths of minima
SZ    Mon   |are constant.
TU    Mon   |Min II 9.1.
TV    Mon   |In the region of the open star cluster NGC 2237.
TW    Mon   |Wachmann [03453] assigns the variable to the RRab type with the
TW    Mon   |elements Max = 2433001.371 + 0.8743887*E, but notes a considerable
TW    Mon   |dispersion of the points around the mean light curve obtained with
TW    Mon   |this period. As the periods by Hessner (PH) and Wachmann (PW) are
TW    Mon   |mutually related (1/PW ~1/PH + 1) it is more probable on account of
TW    Mon   |the above mentioned circumstance that the variable belongs to
TW    Mon   |cepheids.
TX    Mon   |[A/H] = -0.3.
UV    Mon   |The form of the light curve being unusual for RR Lyr type variables
UV    Mon   |(Max II 13.5 at the phase 0.39P, Min II 13.8 at the phase 0.22P),
UV    Mon   |the period may be doubtful, though it was found independently by
UV    Mon   |two investigators [00380,03453].
UX    Mon   |Min II 8.52; dI = 0.044P. P var? Brightness in maximum varies with
UX    Mon   |the amplitude up to 0.2m.
VV    Mon   |Min II 9.55; dI = dII = 0.07P. There is a square term in the
VV    Mon   |elements given in the Table: -0.12d*10**(-7)*E**2.
VW    Mon   |P var. Max = 2425243.40 + 0.6041350d*E (JD2414700 - 30700); since
VW    Mon   |JD2430700 - see Table. In [00386,05448] And other previous works
VW    Mon   |the spurious period value 1.532d is being accepted suggesting the
VW    Mon   |curious nature of the variable. Serious observations are necessary
VW    Mon   |to select the true value of the period.
VX    Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.07m.
VY    Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 446.
XX    Mon   |[A/H] = -0.2.
XZ    Mon   |Min II 13.6; d = 0.02P:.
AA    Mon   |[A/H] = -0.9. P var. Max = 2430788.266 + 3.938052d*E (JD2425300 -
AA    Mon   |34800) [03453]; since JD2434800 - see Table.
AC    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2323.
AK    Mon   |P var. Max = 2425279 + 319.2d*E (JD2425200 - 28000); since
AK    Mon   |JD2428000 - see Table.
AN    Mon   |Min II 11.7:; d = 0.027P.
AO    Mon   |Min II 10.16; DII = 0.14P; Min II - Min I = 0.4933P. P var. Min I =
AO    Mon   |2426735.333 + 1.884758d*E (JD2426700 - 40000); since JD2440000 -
AO    Mon   |see Table.
AQ    Mon   |Min II 10.9; DII = 0.05P; dI = 0.014P.
AR    Mon   |Min II 9.03; d = 0.011P. There is a square term in the elements
AR    Mon   |given in the Table: -1.22d*10**(-6)*E**2.
AU    Mon   |Min II 8.2:. Shape of the light curve varies. Brightness in maximum
AU    Mon   |varies periodically with the amplitude 0.2m: Max = 2443105 +
AU    Mon   |411d*E; M - m = 0.5P.
AV    Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
AW    Mon   |P var. Min = 2425649.053 + 20.797d*E (JD2425500 - 26400) [09408];
AW    Mon   |Min = 2426439.340 + 20.81905d*E (JD2426400 - 35900) [00511]; since
AW    Mon   |JD2435900 - see Table.
AX    Mon   |Binary system with an envelope and gaseous streams. Porb = 232.60d
AX    Mon   |[06103]. Spectrum investigation [09411]. Epoch of Min brightness
AX    Mon   |preceeding the moment of conjunction for 0.25p is given in the
AX    Mon   |Table; A = 0.4m U. Besides periodical variations, there are rapid
AX    Mon   |light fluctuations up to 0.1m.
BB    Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
BC    Mon   |P var. Max = 2421240 + 275.8d*E (JD2421200 - 25960); Max = 2428880
BC    Mon   |+ 267.2d*E (JD2425960 - 30000); since JD2430000 - see Table.
BE    Mon   |{Delta}(S) = 0.
BH    Mon   |d = 0.01p:.
BM    Mon   |Min II 12.3. According to [09415], apsidal motion is possible.
BO    Mon   |Min II 10.1. P var. Min I = 2428211.596 + 2.2251753d*E (JD2415000 -
BO    Mon   |36000) [00007]; since JD2436000 - see Table.
BP    Mon   |P var? Elements given in the Table are valid in the interval
BP    Mon   |JD2425600 - 29700.
BT    Mon   |VB A (B 16.0m, 10", 0{deg}). After the outburst in 1939 the
BT    Mon   |brightness varies in the range 16.0m - 18.7m with the elements: Min
BT    Mon   |= 2443491.7155 + 0.3338141d*E; D = 0.20p, 0 <= d < = 0.03p. Before
BT    Mon   |the outburst in 1939, according to [09417], the following elements
BT    Mon   |were valid: Min = 2429500.207 + 0.3338010d*E. Emission nebula with
BT    Mon   |the radius of 3.8" was discovered in 1981 around the nova [09148].
BX    Mon   |Usually was considered as mira type variable [09421]. In the Table
BX    Mon   |the epoch of light maximum and the period are given according to
BX    Mon   |[09419]. According to [09420] the Balmer emission lines originate
BX    Mon   |in the nebulosity surrounding the symbiotic system and are excited
BX    Mon   |by the hot component, and light variations are due to the orbital
BX    Mon   |motion in the system.
BZ    Mon   |d = 0.030P. In the region of the open cluster CR 106.
CC    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster CR 106.
CD    Mon   |P var. Max = 2427704 + 273.8d*E (JD2427400 - 30400); since
CD    Mon   |JD2430400 - see Table.
CE    Mon   |Min II 14.2.
CF    Mon   |Min II 13.7; d = 0.02P:.
CH    Mon   |d = 0.030P.
CS    Mon   |VB A (B 13m, 9", 0{deg}).
CT    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
CU    Mon   |[A/H] = -0.2.
CV    Mon   |In the centre of an anonymous open cluster. VB A (B 13.76m, 10",
CV    Mon   |270{deg}; C 13.72m, 14", 270{deg}). P var. Max = 2429805.142 +
CV    Mon   |5.378782d*E (JD2429360 - 36000); since JD2436000 - see Table.
DD    Mon   |Min II 11.3.
DF    Mon   |The chart in [05285] is wrong, the star observed was not DF Mon.
DN    Mon   |Min II 13.9.
DR    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 106.
DT    Mon   |P var. Max = 2425324 + 345d*E (JD2425300 - 28200) In the interval
DT    Mon   |JD2429250 - 37700 there were cycles 119d, 230d, 350d.
DW    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2286.
EE    Mon   |P var. Max = 2425300.42 + 4.80776d*E (JD2425300 - 27720); since
EE    Mon   |JD2427720 - see Table.
EH    Mon   |d = 0.023P.
EK    Mon   |P var. Max = 2425302.59 + 3.95773d*E (JD2425200 - 33000) [00387];
EK    Mon   |since JD2433000 - see Table.
EP    Mon   |d = 0.026P.
ES    Mon   |d = 0.02P.
EW    Mon   |Min II 14.2.
FH    Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
FP    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2353.
FS    Mon   |Min II 11.2.
FU    Mon   |S 6.5/7.5.
FW    Mon   |d = 0.016P. Depth of Min II 0.04m.
FX    Mon   |OH emission.
FZ    Mon   |The elements should be checked.
GH    Mon   |Min II 13.1.
GP    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
GQ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
GR    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
GU    Mon   |Min II 12.5.
GV    Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
GX    Mon   |OH, H2O, SIO maser.
HI    Mon   |Min II 9.9.
HM    Mon   |Min II 13.6. P var. Min I = 2430110.1948 + 0.40765737d*E (JD2429600
HM    Mon   |- 35400) [05285]; since JD2435400 - see Table.
HO    Mon   |d = 0.03P.
HP    Mon   |d = 0.04P:.
HR    Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
HY    Mon   |Min II 12.4.
IL    Mon   |d = 0.03P.
IM    Mon   |Min II 6.47.
IO    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
IP    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
IQ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
IR    Mon   |P var?
IS    Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
IX    Mon   |Min II 12.8.
IZ    Mon   |Min II 12.0.
KU    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
KV    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
KW    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
KX    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
KY    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
KZ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LL    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LM    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LN    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LO    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LP    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LQ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LR    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LS    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LT    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LU    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LV    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LW    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LX    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LY    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
LZ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
MM    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
MN    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
MO    Mon   |VB A (B 20m, 10", 356{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC
MO    Mon   |2264.
MP    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
MQ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
MX    Mon   |Min II 11.7.
NN    Mon   |Min II 12.9.
NS    Mon   |Min II 11.1.
NT    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
NU    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
NV    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
NW    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
NX    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
NY    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
NZ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OO    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OP    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OQ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OR    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OS    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OT    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OU    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OV    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OW    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OX    Mon   |VB A (B 15m, 7", 35{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC
OX    Mon   |2264.
OY    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
OZ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PP    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PQ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PR    Mon   |The elements should be checked.
PT    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PU    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PV    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PW    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PX    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
PY    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
QR    Mon   |290d <= P <= 400d. Depth of Min varies by 0.9m with the period
QR    Mon   |about 2000d.
QT    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
QU    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
QV    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
QW    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
QX    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
QY    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
QZ    Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0335 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0336 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0337 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0338 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0339 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0340 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0341 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0342 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0343 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0344 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0345 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0346 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0347 Mon   |VB A (B 20m, 12", 120{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC
V0347 Mon   |2264.
V0348 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0349 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0350 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0351 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0352 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0353 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0354 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0355 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0356 Mon   |VB (3", 78{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0357 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0358 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0359 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0360 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0361 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0362 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0363 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0364 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0365 Mon   |VB B (A = V591 Mon, B 7", 135{deg}); in the region of the open
V0365 Mon   |cluster NGC 2264.
V0366 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0367 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0368 Mon   |VB (9", 252{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0369 Mon   |VB (11", 264{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0370 Mon   |VB (8", 97{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0371 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0372 Mon   |SC 7/7.5.
V0373 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0379 Mon   |d = 0.015P:.
V0380 Mon   |Min II 12.9; P = 1.98904166d?
V0383 Mon   |Min II 15.2.
V0384 Mon   |Min II 13.0.
V0389 Mon   |Min II 14.9.
V0393 Mon   |Min II 14.3.
V0394 Mon   |d = 0.02P; depth of Min II 0.04m.
V0395 Mon   |d = 0.03P.
V0396 Mon   |Min II 13.5.
V0397 Mon   |Min II 11.9.
V0398 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0399 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0400 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0401 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0402 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0403 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0404 Mon   |d = 0.02P:.
V0405 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0406 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0407 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0408 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0409 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0410 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0411 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0412 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0413 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0414 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0415 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0416 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0417 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0418 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0419 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0420 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0421 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0422 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0423 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0424 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0425 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0426 Mon   |VB A (B = NSV 3125 17.0m, 6", 117{deg}); in the region of the open
V0426 Mon   |cluster NGC 2264.
V0427 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0428 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0429 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0430 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0431 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0432 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0433 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0434 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0435 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0436 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0437 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0438 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0439 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0440 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0441 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0442 Mon   |Min II 11.6.
V0443 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0444 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0445 Mon   |Min II 11.3.
V0446 Mon   |[A/H] = -0.7.
V0447 Mon   |[A/H] = -1.4.
V0448 Mon   |Min II 9.8.
V0449 Mon   |d = 0.02P.
V0450 Mon   |Min II 12.6.
V0451 Mon   |Min II 14.7.
V0452 Mon   |Min II 12.7; d = 0.02P.
V0453 Mon   |Min II 11.8.
V0454 Mon   |Min II 12.2.
V0455 Mon   |Min II 15.3.
V0456 Mon   |Min II 13.7.
V0457 Mon   |Min II 14.3; d = 0.03P:.
V0458 Mon   |Min II 13.8.
V0459 Mon   |Min II 14.7.
V0460 Mon   |Min II 10.7.
V0463 Mon   |d = 0.03P; P = 2.2476768d?
V0464 Mon   |Min II 12.3.
V0465 Mon   |P var. Max = 2429642.44 + 2.71341d*E (JD2425600 - 30800) [03551];
V0465 Mon   |Max = 2431845.65 + 2.713212d*E (JD2430000 - 35200) [03453]; Max =
V0465 Mon   |2435541.315 + 2.713668d*E (JD2435200 - 41600); since JD2441600 -
V0465 Mon   |see Table.
V0466 Mon   |VB A (B 15m, 135{deg}).
V0474 Mon   |(k - b)2 = 0.32. Blazhko effect: Max(O - C) = 2441664.962 +
V0474 Mon   |7.74639d*N; Min(O - C) = 2441669.569 + 7.74639d*N; 0.03m <= A <=
V0474 Mon   |0.37m; -0.02d <= O - C <= +0.03d. Freguency analysis gives three
V0474 Mon   |principal oscillations [08669]: P1 = 0.1361258d (A1 = 0.18m), P2 =
V0474 Mon   |0.1337745d (A2 = 0.12m), P3 = 0.1385591d (A3 = 0.04m).
V0478 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 2169.
V0479 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 2169.
V0481 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 2169.
V0482 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 2169.
V0483 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 2169.
V0486 Mon   |VB A (B 18.4M, 6"). In the region of the nebula NGC 2245.
V0487 Mon   |In the region of the nebula NGC 2245.
V0488 Mon   |In the region of the nebula NGC 2245.
V0489 Mon   |In the region of the nebula NGC 2245.
V0490 Mon   |In the region of the nebula NGC 2247.
V0493 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 5.
V0494 Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0496 Mon   |Min II 12.8.
V0497 Mon   |8.9 - 11.8 IR.
V0498 Mon   |P = 2.4727818d?
V0500 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0501 Mon   |Min II 13.1; Min II - Min I = 0.445P; DII = 0.036P.
V0503 Mon   |9.2 - 10.9 IR.
V0505 Mon   |Min II 7.55.
V0507 Mon   |SB2 (P = 53.781d [09483]); d = 0.015P:.
V0510 Mon   |[A/H] = -0.1.
V0513 Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
V0514 Mon   |Min II 13.3.
V0515 Mon   |Min II 12.7.
V0521 Mon   |Min II 10.4.
V0524 Mon   |Min II 15.2.
V0526 Mon   |P var. Max = 2433304.284 + 2.675208d*E (JD2429300 - 35170); since
V0526 Mon   |JD2439170 - see Table.
V0527 Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0530 Mon   |Min II 12.8.
V0532 Mon   |Min II 12.8. RRC?
V0535 Mon   |P var. Max = 2431846.445 + 0.3328791d*E (JD2429600 - 34060); since
V0535 Mon   |JD2434060 - see Table. [Fe/H] = -1.44.
V0539 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0540 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 446.
V0541 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 446.
V0542 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 446.
V0543 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0544 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0545 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0546 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0547 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0548 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0549 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0550 Mon   |VB A (B 17.3m, 6", 0{deg} ); in the region of the open cluster NGC
V0550 Mon   |2244.
V0551 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0552 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0553 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0554 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0555 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0556 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0557 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0560 Mon   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0565 Mon   |Connected with the diffuse nebula NGC 2313 having diameter of 10"
V0565 Mon   |and a faint cometary nebula.
V0569 Mon   |VB A (B 10.8m, 6.2", 281{deg}; C 10.5m, 38.3", 295{deg}). The range
V0569 Mon   |of combined light variation of A and B components is given.
V0569 Mon   |According to [08215], P = 0.18d.
V0571 Mon   |(k - b)2 = 0.32. Non-radial pulsation with variable periods: P1 =
V0571 Mon   |0.0999081d (A1 = 0.052m), P2 = 0.0749998d (A2 = 0.015m) (JD2440914
V0571 Mon   |- 41692) [07127]; P1 = 0.0894534d (A1 = 0.038m), P2 = 0.15988d (A2
V0571 Mon   |= 0.025m), P3 = 0.106516d (A3 = 0.014m). P4 = 0.26998d (A4 =
V0571 Mon   |0.012m), P5 = 0.15069d (A5 = 0.011m) (JD2441662 - 719) [09450].
V0577 Mon   |VB (A 11.3m V, B 14.8m V; a = 0.312", P = 16.60 yr, e =0.38). Both
V0577 Mon   |components are probably variables. The range of combined light
V0577 Mon   |variation of the system is given in the Table [06146].
V0578 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244.
V0579 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0580 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0581 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0582 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0583 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0584 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0585 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0586 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0588 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0589 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0590 Mon   |VB (10", 358{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0591 Mon   |VB A (B = V365 Mon, 7", 135{deg}); in the region of the open
V0591 Mon   |cluster NGC 2264.
V0593 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0594 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0595 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0596 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0597 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0598 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0599 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0600 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0601 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0602 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0603 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0604 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0605 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0606 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0607 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0608 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0609 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0610 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0611 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0612 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0613 Mon   |S 3/2.
V0616 Mon   |Novalike outbursts were observed in 1917 (Max JD2421540) and in
V0616 Mon   |1975 (Max JD2442646). In quiescent state probably ellipsoidal light
V0616 Mon   |variation is observed with P = 0.325d and A = 0.2m [09458], and
V0616 Mon   |also slower light variations with P = 7.39d [09459] or 7.8d
V0616 Mon   |[09460]. Spectrum description [09461,09462].
V0624 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 106.
V0628 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0629 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0630 Mon   |VB A (B 21m, 3", 300{deg}); in the region of the open cluster NGC
V0630 Mon   |2264.
V0632 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2368.
V0637 Mon   |Basic oscillation with A1 = 0.05m and elements given in the Table
V0637 Mon   |is superimposed by the second one with A2 = 0.02m and the elements:
V0637 Mon   |Max = 2443496.1624 + 0.19740d*E. Beat period Pb = 6.09d.
V0638 Mon   |VB (6.5m, 8.5m; 0.8", 178{deg}).
V0640 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2244. Porb = 14.39604d
V0640 Mon   |[06103]. Irregular light variations. Probably transitional stage
V0640 Mon   |from a binary system of O stars to a system of WR type [04107].
V0641 Mon   |VB A (B 10.91m, 21.4", 310{deg}; C 12.46m, 25.8", 285{deg}). In the
V0641 Mon   |region of the open cluster NGC 2264.
V0642 Mon   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2264. Cluster non-member.
V0642 Mon   |Epoch of light minimum is given in the Table.
V0645 Mon   |Epoch of light minimum is given in the Table.
V0741 Mon   |Type ACV: is also possible.
V0750 Mon   |In the region of the nebula IC 2177.
V0753 Mon   |Type ACV: is also possible.
V0851 Mon   |Cluster non-member.
V0852 Mon   |The depth of MinII is at least 0.07.
V0853 Mon   |MinII 16.05.
V0857 Mon   |MinII 15.98.
V0858 Mon   |MinII 15.87.
V0859 Mon   |MinII 14.50. Cluster non-member?
V0860 Mon   |MinII 9.38.
V0861 Mon   |MinII 12.7.
V0863 Mon   |MinII 9.13.
V0875 Mon   |Multiple (A 12.6mV; B 13.4mV, 18", 218{deg}; C = var, 14.51mV, 10",
V0875 Mon   |101{deg}; D 15.8mV, 12", 168{deg}, 1990). The tabulated variability
V0875 Mon   |range could be influenced by the companions.
V0878 Mon   |O'Connell effect.
V0879 Mon   |VB (A 8.4m, B 10.4m, 7", 265{deg}, 1999).
V0880 Mon   |VB A (A 8.7m; B 9.9m, 14", 300{deg}, 1991). Combined magnitudes are
V0880 Mon   |tabulated.
V0898 Mon   |VB A (B 15.0mpg, 19", 173{deg}, 1999).
V0900 Mon   |Min II = 12.65.
V0901 Mon   |The tabulated light elements are for the fundamental mode. First
V0901 Mon   |overtone: Max = 2453724.711 + 1.61404d x E.
V0902 Mon   |Several longer period aliases are also possible.
V0903 Mon   |Min II = 12.80.
V0904 Mon   |Min II = 12.68.
V0906 Mon   |Min II = 10.82.
V0907 Mon   |Min II = 10.57.
V0908 Mon   |Min II = 11.54.
V0909 Mon   |Min II = 10.63.
V0910 Mon   |Min II = 11.39.
V0912 Mon   |VB A (B 14.4m, 3"s).
V0915 Mon   |Min II = 11.15.
V0917 Mon   |Min II = 9.93.
V0919 Mon   |Min II = 11.7.
V0920 Mon   |Min II = 7.48. VB AB (A 7.74m, A2:V:m, SB, Porb = 6.7663d; B 9.18m,
V0920 Mon   |G8IIIe, SB, Porb = 4.4813d; AB 0.9", 37{deg}, 1995). Component A
V0920 Mon   |varies.
V0922 Mon   |Min II = 11.38.
V0925 Mon   |Min II = 8.52.
V0927 Mon   |Min II = 11.16.
V0929 Mon   |Min II = 13.7.
V0930 Mon   |Min II = 8.40.
V0931 Mon   |VB AB (A 10.49m; B 11.10m, 3.3", 282{deg}, 1999).
V0934 Mon   |Min II = 13.4.
V0935 Mon   |Min II = 9.9. Min II - MinI = 0.78P.
V0936 Mon   |Min II = 14.2.
V0937 Mon   |Min II = 8.84. Light elements for eclipses are tabulated.
V0937 Mon   |Pulsations with P = 0.110480d and amplitude about 0.08m.
V0938 Mon   |Min II = 15.0 :.
V0948 Mon   |Min II = 13.7.
V0953 Mon   |Min II = 14.4. Type RRC with a twice shorter period is not
V0953 Mon   |excluded.
V0960 Mon   |In a nebula.
V0962 Mon   |SB2, Porb = 5.32d; the F2V component varies. Multiperiodic; other
V0962 Mon   |periods are P2 = 0.77214d and P3 = 0.68432d.
V0964 Mon   |VB AB (12.5m, 13.0m, 2".7, 213{deg}, 2000).
V0965 Mon   |Blazhko effect, P=37.24d.
V0966 Mon   |Pulsates in the first (see Table) and second (Max = 2453761.54 +
V0966 Mon   |0.85905d x E) overtone modes. P2/P1 = 0.8043.
V0972 Mon   |A period of 0.948d was also detected.
V0973 Mon   |The amplitude of periodic variations (see Table) is 0.08m; a single
V0973 Mon   |flare was observed.
V0975 Mon   |Light elements for eclipses are tabulated. Outside eclipses, P =
V0975 Mon   |3.25d, amplitude 0.03m. VB A (B = NSV 03138, 16.1 - 16.7mV, 7",
V0975 Mon   |357{deg}, 1999).
V0979 Mon   |The light elements for the first overtone are given in the Table.
V0979 Mon   |Second overtone: Max = 2453800.32 + 1.03153 x E. P2/P1 = 0.8005.
V0982 Mon   |VB A (B 14.35mF, 10", 256{deg}, 1998).
V0985 Mon   |Pulsates in the first (see Table) and second (Max = 2453674.01 +
V0985 Mon   |0.70772d x E) overtone modes. P2/P1 = 0.8046.
V0988 Mon   |P = 0.36319d is also possible.
V0989 Mon   |VB A (B 6", 264{deg}, 1998).
V1014 Mon   |VB (A 9.52m, B 10.56m; AB 3", 194{deg}, 2001). The magnitude range
V1014 Mon   |in the Table is for combined brightness.
S     Mus   |Marked on the chart for BO Mus. Max II = Max I, Phase (Max II) =
S     Mus   |0.15P. P var? SB 1 (Porb = 506.4d).
T     Mus   |P2 = 1021d.
V     Mus   |In the Coal Sack region.
RV    Mus   |P = 128d: is possible.
RW    Mus   |P = 130d: is possible.
RY    Mus   |V1 (NGC 4833).
RZ    Mus   |V2 (NGC 4833). Cluster non-member.
SY    Mus   |Min II 11.2; Min I - Min II = 170d. Elements for Min I of
SY    Mus   |quasiperiodic variations observed during JD2434910 - 41510 are
SY    Mus   |given. Radio source.
TU    Mus   |Min II 8.65. P var. Min I = 2424260.396 + 1.38728d*E (JD2423900 -
TU    Mus   |29300) [00039]; during JD2437380 - 41900 - see Table. The light
TU    Mus   |curve shape var.
TV    Mus   |Min II 11.3.
TW    Mus   |Min II 12.4.
TZ    Mus   |B - V: +1.22, +1.43.
UW    Mus   |Min II 11.9.
UY    Mus   |Min II 12.0.
VW    Mus   |Min II 13.9.
WY    Mus   |P var. Periodic term: +0.35d*sin(0.12{deg}*E).
XZ    Mus   |Before JD2419200 Max = 2412590 + 113d*E.
AB    Mus   |Min II 13.0.
AS    Mus   |[A/H] = 0.5.
AX    Mus   |P var. During JD2412550 - 19200 - see Table; during JD2423900 -
AX    Mus   |26100 P = 97.3d.
AY    Mus   |Min II 10.8. Min II - Min I = 0.481P. The elements are valid during
AY    Mus   |1897 - 1943. In the time interval JD2441683 - 721 eclipses did not
AY    Mus   |occur [08094].
BB    Mus   |P, possibly P should be doubled.
BD    Mus   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
BE    Mus   |Min II 14.1.
BF    Mus   |Min II 14.4.
BK    Mus   |P very long P: 56d < d < 310d.
BR    Mus   |Min II 11.25. B - V: +0.10m.
BS    Mus   |Min II 11.5.
BX    Mus   |Depth of Min II 0.04m.
CD    Mus   |Min II 14.7.
CS    Mus   |P > 120d.
DW    Mus   |According to [08135], the spectral type is M5e, typical of Mira
DW    Mus   |stars. Elements in [03934] were deduced from the observed
DW    Mus   |brightness variations with P ~355d which was considered to be a
DW    Mus   |spurious period; rapid variations were confirmed by 7h of
DW    Mus   |photographic observations.
DZ    Mus   |Possibly Pshould be doubled.
EE    Mus   |In the coal sack. The flare was observed spectroscopically.
EN    Mus   |d = 0.035P:.
EP    Mus   |[A/H] = 0.2. According to [08136], EA, P = 4.15d, D = 0.05P, 11.63m
EP    Mus   |- 12.60m V, Min II 11.7:.
ET    Mus   |Alternatively possible type EW [08727,04001].
EV    Mus   |d = 0.09P:.
EY    Mus   |In the Coal Sack region.
EZ    Mus   |Alternative possible values of P 4.3032d, 4.3224d.
FH    Mus   |Depth of Min II 0.03m.
FO    Mus   |P var?
GK    Mus   |Min II 15.0.
GN    Mus   |Min II 14.2.
GO    Mus   |Min II 15.2.
GP    Mus   |B - V: +1.03, +1.61.
KU    Mus   |Type RV: is also possible.
MR    Mus   |MinII 8.53.
NT    Mus   |VB A (B 12.8m, 14", 233{deg}, 2000).
OT    Mus   |VB, several companions within 15".
OW    Mus   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
PX    Mus   |The mean brightness varies with a possible period about 750d.
QR    Mus   |VB A (B 14.3mpg, 18", 228{deg}, 2000).
QU    Mus   |VB A (B 14.7mpg, 13", 183{deg}, 2000).
V0338 Mus   |Min II = 10.1. VB AB (10.14m, 11.00m, 2.4", 129{deg}, 1985).
V0340 Mus   |Min II = 8.06.
V0355 Mus   |SB2.
V0356 Mus   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table gives the first-overtone light
V0356 Mus   |elements. For the second overtone, Max = 2453693.12 + 0.734376d x
V0356 Mus   |E. P2/P1 = 0.8043.
alf   Mus   |VB A (B 13.0m, 29.3", 316{deg}).
eta   Mus   |VB A (B 7.30m, 60").
tet   Mus   |VB (A 5.64m, B 7.5m, 5.3", 187{deg}); SB (Porb = 18.341B). Variable
tet   Mus   |intensity of emission lines with respect to the continuum (double
tet   Mus   |wave; elements in the Table are for the epochs of Min I variability
tet   Mus   |in the UV range ({lambda} lambda 1550 - 3300 A) with an amplitude
tet   Mus   |about 2%, P = 1.5d and rapid changes (lamda lamda 1550 - 1800 A)
tet   Mus   |with an amplitude about 3 - 5% on the time scale of 50s - 70s
tet   Mus   |[08532]. Connected with a nebula, 80'*45'.
R     Nor   |VB A (B 14.0m, 5.7", 268{deg}, 1929). P var. Max II = 2406371 +
R     Nor   |486.94d*E (JD2406300 - 25000); Max II = 2426359 + 500.56d*E
R     Nor   |(JD2426000 - 30500); Max II = 2431377 + 489.0d*E (JD2430500 -
R     Nor   |34500); since JD2437600 - see Table. Like R Cen, has a doudle Max,
R     Nor   |JD2437600 - see Table. Like R Cen, has a doudle Max, divided by a
R     Nor   |comparatively shallow Min II. Max II is usually brighter than Max
R     Nor   |I. Phase (Min I) = 0.43P, Phase (Max I) = 0.70P, Phase(Min II) =
R     Nor   |0.85P.
S     Nor   |In the centre of the open cluster NGC 6087, cluster member. [A/H] =
S     Nor   |-0.1.
T     Nor   |P var.Max = 2414783 + 241.87d*E (JD2414700 - 28000); Max = 2428084
T     Nor   |+ 244.93d*E (JD2428000 - 35000); since JD2437000 - see Table.
U     Nor   |P var. Max = 2415028.94 + 12.64084d*E (JD2415000 - 26000) [00060];
U     Nor   |since JD2434000 - see Table, [A/H] = -0.6.
W     Nor   |P2 ~1300d.
Y     Nor   |VB A (B 12.2m vis, 4.0", 156{deg}, 1903).
Z     Nor   |Min II 9.6.
RR    Nor   |Min II 9.9.
RS    Nor   |B - V: +1.13, +1.48.
RT    Nor   |Quasiperiodic variations: P1 ~59d, P2 ~175d [08140].
RV    Nor   |[A/H] = 0.8. There are irregularities in the light curve.
SV    Nor   |Min II 12.6.
SW    Nor   |D = 0.013P, d = 0.003P.
SX    Nor   |d = 0.1P.
SY    Nor   |VB A (B 12.8m, 2.1", 315{deg}, 1934). B - V: +1.16, +1.49. [A/H] =
SY    Nor   |0.5.
SZ    Nor   |Min II 12.6.
TT    Nor   |Twice longer P is possible.
TU    Nor   |Min II 12.5. Associated with a small faint nebula.
TV    Nor   |Min II 9.3.
TW    Nor   |In the region of the poor open cluster Lynga 6. B - V: +1.79,
TW    Nor   |+2.22. [A/H] = 0.2.
TX    Nor   |Min II 12.5.
TZ    Nor   |Min II 12.1.
UV    Nor   |d ~0.07P.
UX    Nor   |In Max light B - V = +0.30.
UY    Nor   |d = 0.025P.
UZ    Nor   |d = 0.02P.
VV    Nor   |In the region of the cluster NGC 6152.
VX    Nor   |Depth of Min II ~0.03m.
VZ    Nor   |In the region of the cluster NGC 6152. Min II 14.3.
WX    Nor   |The chart is erroneously labelled as that for WZ Nor. Min II 12.8.
WZ    Nor   |The chart is erroneously labelled as that for WX Nor. Min II 13.4.
XY    Nor   |Min II 13.2.
AA    Nor   |[A/H] = -0.1.
AF    Nor   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 5999.
AQ    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
AR    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
AT    Nor   |d = 0.026P:.
BE    Nor   |Min II 14.2.
BF    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
BH    Nor   |Min II 13.2.
BP    Nor   |Close companion.
CE    Nor   |d = 0.05P. Min II 11.8?
CG    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
CI    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
CT    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
CX    Nor   |Min II 15.0.
DE    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
DF    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
DO    Nor   |Min II 14.2. In the region of the open cluster NGC 6087.
DP    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
DR    Nor   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6087.
EE    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
EM    Nor   |Min II 13.8.
ET    Nor   |d = 0.032P.
FG    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
FI    Nor   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
FK    Nor   |Min II 15.0.
FQ    Nor   |According to [00060], P = 1.994d?
FW    Nor   |Min II 14.5.
GM    Nor   |d = 0.02P; Min II 11.01; Min II - Min I = 0.499P (JD2441683 - 721),
GM    Nor   |Min II - Min I = 0.531P (JD2425381 - 28402). B - V = 0.44m.
GN    Nor   |Min II 13.3, DII = 0.16P, Min II - Min I = 0.405P (JD2425900).
GN    Nor   |Apsidal motion: P = 500yr.
GO    Nor   |Min II 13.7.
GQ    Nor   |Min II 13.8.
GR    Nor   |[A/H] = 0.9.
GT    Nor   |d = 0.048P.
GU    Nor   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6067. B - V: +1.17, +1.40.
GU    Nor   |[A/H] = 0.1.
GV    Nor   |d = 0.03P:.
GX    Nor   |Min II 15.0.
HH    Nor   |VB B (A 9.9m vis, FO; B 12.6", 148{deg}). d = 0.05P.
HI    Nor   |D is very small.
HK    Nor   |Min II 12.9.
HO    Nor   |Min II 13.2:.
HW    Nor   |d = 0.024P.
HZ    Nor   |P = 2.921584d is possible.
IQ    Nor   |B - V: +1.55, +1.93.
IS    Nor   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6067.
IT    Nor   |Min II 9.8.
KL    Nor   |P >= 140d.
KM    Nor   |P >= 170d.
KQ    Nor   |Mira Ceti type is not excluded [04001].
KT    Nor   |P >= 180d.
KX    Nor   |Min II 14.8.
LO    Nor   |P >= 220d.
LV    Nor   |Deep Min II.
LX    Nor   |Possible P values: 0.60492d, 0.7851d, etc.
NR    Nor   |Min II 15.9.
NS    Nor   |Min II 10.50 V; Min II - Min I = 0.67P
NW    Nor   |P > 140d.
NX    Nor   |Min II 14.4.
OS    Nor   |Epoch of Min is given. EW/KW type is possible.
OT    Nor   |Min II 13.7.
OU    Nor   |Min II 15.1.
OV    Nor   |P >= 200d.
OW    Nor   |P >= 120d.
OX    Nor   |P >= 110d.
PQ    Nor   |Possibly a cepheid which is a fainter component of an unresolved
PQ    Nor   |binary. Epoch of Max is given.
PT    Nor   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6067.
QT    Nor   |HV 5388 = HV 8903. The coordinates in [00424] are wrong.
QV    Nor   |3U 1538 - 52. No.12 [04124]. Epoch of Min corresponding to the
QV    Nor   |X-ray eclipse is given. Depth of Min I 0.05m V, that of Min II
QV    Nor   |0.08m V. The period of X-ray pulses Px = 528.928s [04114]. A flare
QV    Nor   |was observed with {Delta}(m) > 0.3m [09456].
QX    Nor   |4U 1608 - 52.
QZ    Nor   |In the open cluster NGC 6067.
V0367 Nor   |May be not a supergiant.
V0374 Nor   |Type LBV: is also possible.
V0384 Nor   |MinII 10.30.
V0389 Nor   |Min II 15.7.
V0392 Nor   |VB (A 8.59m; B 9.29m, 13", 205{deg}, 2000). The combined brightness
V0392 Nor   |is tabulated.
V0396 Nor   |Cluster non-member. MinII - MinI = 0.44P.
V0405 Nor   |Min II = 9.08:. MinII - MinI = 0.56P.
V0410 Nor   |Min II = 16.60.
V0412 Nor   |Min II = 16.90:. O'Connell effect.
V0413 Nor   |Min II = 15.80.
V0414 Nor   |Min II = 14.95:.
V0415 Nor   |Min II = 17.90.
V0417 Nor   |Min II = 16.65.
V0418 Nor   |Min II = 16.45.
V0419 Nor   |Min II = 16.35.
V0420 Nor   |Min II = 17.95.
V0422 Nor   |Min II = 17.50.
V0424 Nor   |Min II = 14.73.
V0426 Nor   |Min II = 18.0.
V0427 Nor   |Min II = 16.78.
V0428 Nor   |Min II = 13.22.
V0429 Nor   |The coordinates in [80419] are wrong.
V0430 Nor   |Min II = 17.18. The coordinates in [80419] are wrong.
V0432 Nor   |Min II = 17.30.
V0434 Nor   |Min II = 16.45.
V0436 Nor   |Min II = 17.65.
V0437 Nor   |Min II = 14.10.
V0438 Nor   |Min II = 17.0.
V0440 Nor   |Min II = 16.13.
V0441 Nor   |Min II = 16.6.
V0442 Nor   |Min II = 14.95.
V0443 Nor   |Min II = 16.8.
V0445 Nor   |Min II = 17.2.
V0447 Nor   |Min II = 16.62.
V0448 Nor   |Min II = 16.50.
V0449 Nor   |Min II = 15.75.
V0451 Nor   |Min II = 9.58.
V0479 Nor   |Multiperiodic; P2 = 0.204945d.
V0495 Nor   |SB2.
V0498 Nor   |VB B (A 9.25mV; B 9.72mV, A6V, 7", 160{deg}, 1998). Combined
V0498 Nor   |magnitudes are presented in the Table.
V0501 Nor   |VB A (B 5", 99{deg}, 20000). Combined magnitudes are presented in
V0501 Nor   |the Table.
V0558 Nor   |VB A (B 11.4m, 3", 183{deg}, 1933; C 11.4m, 6", 159{deg}, 1972).
mu.   Nor   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6169.
U     Oct   |P var. Max = 2420685 + 302.00d*E (JD2414900 - 20700); Max = 2424320
U     Oct   |+ 300.74d*E (JD2422800 - 29800); Max = 2431901 + 309.60d*E
U     Oct   |(JD2429800 - 32250); Max = 2434018 + 300.70d*E (JD2432250 - 38800);
U     Oct   |since JD2438800 - see Table.
X     Oct   |P var.Max = 2415170 + 208.40d*E (JD2415100 - 17100); Max = 2417425
X     Oct   |+ 201.24d*E (JD2417100 - 20700); Max = 2423780 + 207.95d*E
X     Oct   |(JD2422000 - 24000); Max = 2424370 + 200.18d*E (JD2424000 - 25600);
X     Oct   |since JD2425600 - see Table. Depths of minima are stongly variable;
X     Oct   |1.1m <= A <= 4.0m.
RV    Oct   |{Delta}(S) = 10.
TX    Oct   |Min II 12.7.
UV    Oct   |{Delta}(S) = 9; (k - b)2 = 0.06. Blazhko effect: P = 80d; 0.14P <=
UV    Oct   |M - m <= 0.24P, 0.4m <= A <= 1.3m.
UZ    Oct   |Min II 9.48; dI = 0.00P, dII = 0.05P. P var. Min I = 2440223.1560 +
UZ    Oct   |1.1493709d*E (JD2438300 - 42000); since JD2442000 - see Table.
AM    Oct   |Min II 14.9.
BC    Oct   |Min II 10.8:V. Also possible is P=26.45924 with MinII - MinI =
BC    Oct   |0.338P.
BE    Oct   |P < 20d:.
BG    Oct   |P = 0.7490d?
BK    Oct   |Min II 14.6.
BP    Oct   |(k - b)2 = 0.25.
CC    Oct   |Basic radial pulsation with P1 = 0.12490d (A1 = 0.042m) is
CC    Oct   |superimposed by others with periods: P2 = 0.0795317d (A2 = 0.008m),
CC    Oct   |P3 = 0.12336d (A3 = 0.014m); P4 = 0.11068d (A4 = 0.008m), P5 =
CC    Oct   |0.12713d (A5 = 0.006m); P6 = 0.11815d (A6 = 0.006m).
CD    Oct   |{mu} = 0.51", p = 279{deg}. One of the periods P = 686s (A =
CD    Oct   |0.01m).
CE    Oct   |Light oscillation with P2 = 0.054511d (A2 = 0.0056m) is
CE    Oct   |superimposed by an oscillation with P1 = 0.2100d or 0.2660d (A1 =
CE    Oct   |0.0052m), which is due to pulsation or ellipsoidal variability in a
CE    Oct   |close binary system.
CP    Oct   |Variability type and spectral type (F2/F3Ib/II) do not agree.
DU    Oct   |MinII 9.34.
DV    Oct   |In the constellation Octans.
DZ    Oct   |Blazhko effect, P=36.8d.
EV    Oct   |Min II = 14.5.
EX    Oct   |Min II = 11.20.
EZ    Oct   |Min II = 12.04.
alf   Oct   |SB, Porb = 9.073d.
R     Oph   |P var. Max = 2399214 + 302.1d*E (JD2399200 - 2427900) [00458]; Max
R     Oph   |= 2427915 + 304.0d*E (JD2427900 - 34900); Max = 2434906 + 301.5d*E
R     Oph   |(JD2434900 - 40600) [00001]; since JD2440600 - see Table.
U     Oph   |ADS 10428 A (B 12.26m, GOV, 20.4", 358{deg}). Min II 6.46. P var.
U     Oph   |Periodic term: +0.0120d*sin(0.0483{deg}*E + 4.7833{deg}).
V     Oph   |P var. Max = 2411155 + 296.73d*E (JD2411000 - 24000); Max = 2424198
V     Oph   |+ 302.46d*E (JD2424000 - 28000); since JD2428000 - see Table.
W     Oph   |P var. Before JD2420500 Max = 2415186 + 335.07d*E; Max = 2420870 +
W     Oph   |325.33d*E (JD2420500 - 24700); since JD2424700 - see Table.
X     Oph   |VBA (A = 0.34", Porb = 485.3 yr; B - 9m, K1III, 0.4", 142{deg},
X     Oph   |1980). The range of the combined brightness is given. P var. Max =
X     Oph   |2416416 + 336.61d*E (JD2416400 - 26000); Max = 2426161 + 331.28d*E
X     Oph   |(JD2426000 - 32500); Max = 2432788 + 335.50d*E (JD2432500 - 38000);
X     Oph   |since JD2438000 - see Table.
Y     Oph   |SB1? Porb = 2612d? P var. Before JD2427000 Max = 2408694.77 +
Y     Oph   |17.11884d*E; since JD2432000 - see Table. [A/H] = -0.2.
Z     Oph   |P var. Max = 2411896 + 349.0d*E (JD2411800 - 21000) [00458]; Max =
Z     Oph   |2420962 + 352.1d*E (JD2421000 - 25000); Max = 2425183 + 347.4d*E
Z     Oph   |(JD2425000 - 31000); Mean elements after JD2431000 - see Table.
RR    Oph   |P var. Nonlinear term: -0.009282d*E2.
RS    Oph   |Previous outbursts: 1898, 1933, 1958. According to [07575], in 1972
RS    Oph   |- 1973 there were semiregular variations ({Delta}(m) ~0.5M, P = 50D
RS    Oph   |- 70D).
RT    Oph   |P var. Before JD2426500 Max = 2417452 + 429.00d*E; Max = 2426461 +
RT    Oph   |422.67d*E (JD2426500 - 34000); since JD2434500 - see Table. OH, H2O
RT    Oph   |maser.
RU    Oph   |P var. Before JD2422000 Max = 2417388 + 200.95d*E; Max = 2422011 +
RU    Oph   |203.62d*E (JD2422000 - 27300); Max = 2427298 + 200.5d*E (JD2427300
RU    Oph   |- 29000); Max = 2429305 + 203.88d*E (JD2429000 - 33000); during
RU    Oph   |JD2433000 - 40500 - see Table.
RV    Oph   |d = 0.015P; Min II 9.56, DII = 0.09P. The light curve share var.
RW    Oph   |P var. Max = 242494 + 247.86d*E (JD2425000 - 34000). The Table
RW    Oph   |gives mean elements.
RX    Oph   |OH, H2O maser.
RY    Oph   |P var. Max = 2415235 + 151.05d*E (JD2414700 - 24000); Max = 2424152
RY    Oph   |+ 149.69d*E (JD2424000 - 31000); Max = 2431339 + 150.94d*E
RY    Oph   |(JD2431000 - 40000); since JD2440000 - see Table.
RZ    Oph   |d = 0.030P.
SS    Oph   |P var. Before JD2432500 Max = 2417330 + 179.88d*E.
ST    Oph   |(k - b)2 = 0.03.
SV    Oph   |The elements are valid since JD2422000.
SW    Oph   |VB A (B 12.0m vis, 2.4", 91{deg}, 1943). d = 0.02P. P var. Min =
SW    Oph   |2418880.528 + 2.445948d*E (JD2418880 - 26200) [00001]; Min =
SW    Oph   |2431235.216 + 2.446086d*E (JD2427900 - 33500) [02389]; since
SW    Oph   |JD2434000 - see Table.
SX    Oph   |d = 0.03P.
SZ    Oph   |P var. Before JD2428400 Min = 2421057.556 + 3.708454d*E; since
SZ    Oph   |JD2442000 - see Table.
TT    Oph   |[Fe/H] = -0.5.
TW    Oph   |P2 = 2000d:. Associated with a nebula of variable brightness
TW    Oph   |[03479].
UU    Oph   |d = 0.024P. P var?
UX    Oph   |P var. Max = 2426041 + 117.34d (JD2406430 - 28040); since JD2433100
UX    Oph   |- see Table.
VW    Oph   |P var. Mean elements are given. During JD2422500 - 30600 Max =
VW    Oph   |2430554 + 282.69d*E.
WW    Oph   |Epoch of Min is given. The chart in [06286] is wrong.
WZ    Oph   |Min II 9.82.
XX    Oph   |A symbiotic object featuring deep fadings of long duration [09489].
AH    Oph   |H2O maser.
AQ    Oph   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
BE    Oph   |The data in [00278] refer to another star.
BF    Oph   |SB? P var? since JD2430000 - see Table.
BN    Oph   |80d <= P <= 250d.
DM    Oph   |P var. P = 220d (1893 - 1910), P = 216d (1914 - 1928).
DQ    Oph   |P = 35d is possible.
FK    Oph   |V2 (NGC 6273).
GM    Oph   |V12 (NGC 6284).
GR    Oph   |P var. Max = 2415425 + 136d*E (1893 - 1908); during 1910 - 1928 -
GR    Oph   |see Table.
IL    Oph   |P2 = 140d:.
IW    Oph   |In the field of the globular cluster NGC 6293, possible cluster
IW    Oph   |member.
KM    Oph   |In the field of the globular cluster NGC 6304, field star.
KO    Oph   |In a dark nebula.
KQ    Oph   |P2 = 1500d.
KR    Oph   |P2 > 5000d.
OU    Oph   |V70 (NGC 6266).
PU    Oph   |VB (A = V29 (NGC 6266), the data are in the Table; B = V28 (NGC
PU    Oph   |6266), 16.6m - 17m, 4B, 4.8", 7{deg}), B: RRAB, Max = 2433423.52 +
PU    Oph   |0.49749d*E, M - m = 0.15P.
V0378 Oph   |Min II 14.2. In the region of the open cluster CR 359. Epoch of Max
V0378 Oph   |is given.
V0380 Oph   |Porb = 0.16d. Blue.
V0391 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster CR 359. P var? Before JD2427000
V0391 Oph   |Min = 2425501.425 + 2.89558d*E [00432]; since JD2441500 - see
V0391 Oph   |Table.
V0392 Oph   |Red.
V0402 Oph   |P var. Max = 2425364 + 154d*E (JD2425350 - 670); since JD2425670 -
V0402 Oph   |see Table.
V0413 Oph   |{Delta}(S) = 3. Blazhko effect?
V0414 Oph   |B - V: +0.41, +0.77.
V0423 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster CR 359.
V0426 Oph   |Outbursts separated by 17d - 55d [08079]; in 1976 - 77 the cycle
V0426 Oph   |was 32.3d. Outside outbursts 12.7m - 13.3m, waves with a cycle of
V0426 Oph   |20 - 30 Min and slower variations.
V0438 Oph   |H20 Maser.
V0439 Oph   |B - V: +0.63, +0.97.
V0442 Oph   |Porb = 0.14056d.
V0445 Oph   |VB A (B 13.04m y, 21"nf). (k - b)2 = 0.35; {Delta}(S) = 2.
V0445 Oph   |According to [05692], Blazhko effect (Pi > 2000d).
V0449 Oph   |P var. Before JD243900 Min = 2428696.465 + 1.243078d*E; Min =
V0449 Oph   |2442959.607 + 1.243095d*E (JD2439000 - 43000); since JD2443000 -
V0449 Oph   |see Table.
V0451 Oph   |Min II 8.31; Min II - Min I = 0.494P; DII = 0.12P.
V0452 Oph   |{Delta}(S) = 5:.
V0455 Oph   |P var? The Table gives mean elements which need confirmation.
V0456 Oph   |Min II 10.5. P var. Before JD2436100 Min = 2428422.341 +
V0456 Oph   |1.015986d*E [00476]; since JD2441800 - see Table.
V0465 Oph   |B - V: +0.68, +1.10. P var?
V0471 Oph   |Very red.
V0478 Oph   |B - V: +0.86, +1.33. [A/H] = -0.7. The elements need confirmation.
V0487 Oph   |D <= 0.14P. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0496 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0501 Oph   |Min II 11.1.
V0502 Oph   |Min II 8.81. P var. Since JD2434500 - see Table.
V0506 Oph   |Min II 12.0. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0508 Oph   |Min II 10.59.
V0509 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0511 Oph   |Min II 13.7. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0515 Oph   |Max = 2425600 + 300d*E (JD2425600 - 26700); P = 140d (JD2426700 -
V0515 Oph   |27300); during JD2427300 - 30200 - see Table.
V0516 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6304.
V0517 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6304.
V0521 Oph   |P = 164d (JD2415000 - 24600); P2 - 4000d.
V0526 Oph   |Min II 13.6.
V0527 Oph   |Min II 14.8.
V0532 Oph   |P >= 6000d.
V0533 Oph   |P >= 80d.
V0534 Oph   |d = 0.03P.
V0535 Oph   |d = 0.025P.
V0536 Oph   |d = 0.04P:.
V0537 Oph   |Min II 12.8.
V0540 Oph   |d = 0.05P; Min II 13.4.
V0541 Oph   |[A/H] = -1.0. In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6401;
V0541 Oph   |cluster non-member?
V0543 Oph   |Min II 13.6.
V0549 Oph   |Min II 14.0.
V0550 Oph   |Min II 13.0.
V0554 Oph   |[A/H] = -1.1.
V0555 Oph   |Sharp and flat maxima. Blazhko effect?
V0557 Oph   |Min II 15.7. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0558 Oph   |B - V: +0.57, +0.68. [Fe/H] = -1.48. According to [09037], P =
V0558 Oph   |0.299d.
V0564 Oph   |[Fe/H] = -1.37. Epoch of Min is given. P var. Nonlinear term:
V0564 Oph   |+0.0073d*(E + 10)**2.
V0565 Oph   |P = 0.3957d is possible. Photoelectric observations of 1968
V0565 Oph   |contradict the elements [05746].
V0566 Oph   |dI = 0.048P; Min II 7.89, dII = 0.06P. P var. Before JD2440500 Min
V0566 Oph   |= 2436744.4200 + 0.40964091d*E [08287]; since JD2440500 - see
V0566 Oph   |Table.
V0567 Oph   |(k - b)2 = 0.22; {Delta}(S) = 0. According to [07984], Max =
V0567 Oph   |2441134.467 + 0.1300729d*E.
V0568 Oph   |Red.
V0570 Oph   |VB A (B 16.3m, 5", 90{deg}).
V0572 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0573 Oph   |d = 0.034P. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0574 Oph   |P2 ~500d.
V0577 Oph   |Min II 11.9. Min II - Min I = 0.583P. DII = 0.050P. e = 0.22.
V0580 Oph   |VB A (B 15.5m, 0.2').
V0585 Oph   |A long-period variation is superimposed?
V0586 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0590 Oph   |Min II 13.6.
V0592 Oph   |Max = 2427227 + 78d*E (JD2426100 - 29400); during JD2429400 - 30150
V0592 Oph   |- see Table. After intervals of irregular variability the
V0592 Oph   |periodicity resumes without phase shift.
V0605 Oph   |Epoch of Min is given.
V0618 Oph   |Min II 14.7:.
V0636 Oph   |d = 0.030P.
V0683 Oph   |P var. The light curve shape varies.
V0687 Oph   |P may be twice longer.
V0693 Oph   |Blazhko effect? [05692].
V0695 Oph   |P var? The light curve shape varies.
V0698 Oph   |P var? since JD2442950 - see Table.
V0700 Oph   |B - V: +0.49, +0.50. [Fe/H] = -2.10.
V0716 Oph   |{Delta}(S) = 7.
V0720 Oph   |VI (NGC 6171). Cluster non-member.
V0722 Oph   |P var. Max = 2437089.456 + 0.6190385d (JD2419900 - 37100) [07806];
V0722 Oph   |since JD2436700 - see Table.
V0729 Oph   |P var. Max = 2437492.766 + 0.4685794d*E (JD2423500 - 37800)
V0729 Oph   |[03560]; since JD2437400 - see Table.
V0732 Oph   |Unusual light curve (sharp Max; primary Min; broad Max; secondary
V0732 Oph   |Min 15.2).
V0734 Oph   |P var. Max = 2420636.497 + 0.562489d*E (JD2420600 - 29100); during
V0734 Oph   |JD2429100 - 37150 - see Table.
V0735 Oph   |Min II 10.6.
V0737 Oph   |P = 374d is possible.
V0767 Oph   |According to [00104], waves with {Delta}(m) = 0.3m - 1.4m vis of
V0767 Oph   |50d - 110d duration; mean brightness var, {Delta}(m) ~0.4m in 800d
V0767 Oph   |- 1000d.
V0782 Oph   |Very red.
V0784 Oph   |B - V: +0.26, +0.56. The period should be checked.
V0786 Oph   |Red.
V0788 Oph   |Blazhko effect? Pi = 115d.
V0799 Oph   |P = 215d is possible.
V0802 Oph   |Red.
V0816 Oph   |B - V: +0.25, +0.63.
V0822 Oph   |Blazhko effect?
V0823 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster IC 4665.
V0825 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster IC 4665.
V0829 Oph   |Blazhko effect? Pi = 165d.
V0832 Oph   |Red.
V0838 Oph   |P2 ~500d is possible.
V0839 Oph   |{mu} = 0.041", ro = 292{deg}. Min II 9.38.
V0840 Oph   |VB A (B 12m, 16", 116{deg}).
V0841 Oph   |Max = 2396146.
V0843 Oph   |SN Kepler. Max 2307193. Gaseous remnant.
V0844 Oph   |Min II 14.9.
V0845 Oph   |VB A (B 15.7m).
V0847 Oph   |Min II 13.1.
V0848 Oph   |Min II 13.4.
V0851 Oph   |Max = 2425828 + 95d*E (JD2425600 - 29700); during JD2429700 - 34250
V0851 Oph   |- see Table.
V0854 Oph   |According to [08116], the spectrum resembles that of a T Tau - type
V0854 Oph   |star.
V0868 Oph   |Min II 13.6. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0870 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0872 Oph   |P = 0.825d is possible.
V0878 Oph   |Min II 16.5. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0911 Oph   |P2 = 81d, P3 = 114d. P4 > P3? Standstills up to 100d.
V0919 Oph   |VB A (B sp).
V0920 Oph   |Min II 15.9.
V0924 Oph   |Min II 16.4.
V0929 Oph   |d = 0.050P.
V0934 Oph   |E type is possible.
V0936 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0938 Oph   |Min II 15.3. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0940 Oph   |Min II 15.6.
V0941 Oph   |Min II 16.5.
V0943 Oph   |Min II 16.4. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0945 Oph   |Min II 15.1. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0947 Oph   |Min II 14.5. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0952 Oph   |P = 0.954d is possible.
V0954 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359. Min II 14.9. According to
V0954 Oph   |[03500], const, V = 12.86m, B - V = +1.36m,
V0959 Oph   |P var? Max = 2429785.419 + 0.084857d*E (JD2429785 - 845) [02757];
V0959 Oph   |during JD2443719 - 732 - see Table; other possible elemente: Max =
V0959 Oph   |2443726.469 + 0.07786d*E.
V0960 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0963 Oph   |Min II 15.1. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0968 Oph   |[Fe/H] = -1.48. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0969 Oph   |Min II 13.8:. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0977 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6426.
V0978 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6426.
V0979 Oph   |V11 (NGC 6426). Cluster non-member.
V0980 Oph   |In the the region of globular cluster NGC 6426. P = 0.25740d is
V0980 Oph   |possible.
V0983 Oph   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0986 Oph   |In July 1980 Vr varied with P = 0.179d, 0.147d, 0.225d, and
V0986 Oph   |possibly 0.097d, but there were no spectrum variations, and the
V0986 Oph   |photometric P = 0.323d was not noticeable in Vr. SB? Porb = 15d -
V0986 Oph   |20d; there is also excess power at low frequences in the
V0986 Oph   |photometric data. Earlier studies revealed photometric periods
V0986 Oph   |0.284d - 0.4d and violation of periodicity.
V0987 Oph   |d = 0.02P. Min II 14.6. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359.
V0998 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6171.
V0999 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6171.
V1000 Oph   |Blazhko effect?
V1002 Oph   |Min II 15.2. RRC type with twice shorter P is possible.
V1004 Oph   |Blazhko effect?
V1010 Oph   |Min II 6.46. P var. P = 0.661464d (JD2415000 - 25000) [05738];
V1010 Oph   |since JD2425000 - see Table, nonlinear term: -3.87d*10**(-10)*E**2.
V1010 Oph   |Min I var.The light curve shape and the depth of Min I var.
V1011 Oph   |Blazhko effect?
V1015 Oph   |D <= 0.23P, d < 0.02P; Min II 14.5.
V1017 Oph   |[Fe/H] = -1.25. P var? Max = 2437433.935 + 0.2343d*E (JD2437433 -
V1017 Oph   |514) [03625]. During JD2442954 - 45140 - see Table. According to
V1017 Oph   |[09037], P = 0.361d.
V1018 Oph   |Possibly eclipsing.
V1021 Oph   |{Delta}(m) var. B - V: +0.42, +0.62.
V1022 Oph   |d = 0.06P:; Min II 15.95.
V1024 Oph   |Max = 2437433.559 + 0.5914d*E (JD2437433 - 514) [03625]. During
V1024 Oph   |JD2442954 - 45140 - see Table. RR(B) type is possible; P = 0.371d
V1024 Oph   |satisfies the observations during JD2442954 - 44407.
V1026 Oph   |Max = 2437433.562 + 0.6563d*E (JD2437433 - 514) [03625]. During
V1026 Oph   |JD2442954 - 45140 - see Table.
V1028 Oph   |Blazhko effect?
V1032 Oph   |P > 1.0d is not excluded.
V1033 Oph   |Max = 2437433.714 + 0.4845d*E (JD2437433 - 514) [03625]. During
V1033 Oph   |JD2442954 - 45140 - see Table.
V1035 Oph   |Max = 2437433.388 + 0.6100d*E (JD2437433 - 514) [03625]; during
V1035 Oph   |JD2442954 - 45140 - see Table.
V1039 Oph   |P = 0.3166d is possible.
V1040 Oph   |The light curve shape var.
V1041 Oph   |[Fe/H] = -1.06.
V1042 Oph   |The light curve shape var. Max = 2437433.633 + 0.5528d (JD2437433 -
V1042 Oph   |514) [03625]. During JD2442954 - 45140 - see Table.
V1052 Oph   |Max = 2437433.537 + 0.7546d*E (JD2437433 - 514) [03625]; during
V1052 Oph   |JD2442954 - 45140 - see Table.
V1054 Oph   |VB Wolf 630AB (A 9.76m V, 12.47{mu}; B 9.78m V; A = 0.22", Porb =
V1054 Oph   |1.71665 yr; C = Wolf 629, 11.70m V,14.75{mu}, dM4, 72", D = vB8,
V1054 Oph   |16.7m V, 221", common {mu}). {mu} = 1.19", ro = 222{deg}.
V1054 Oph   |Lx/Lopt(V) = 0.05.
V1072 Oph   |P var. Max = 2439025.31 + 0.444715d*E (JD2438500 - 39025); since
V1072 Oph   |JD2442800 - see Table.
V1075 Oph   |Red.
V1077 Oph   |P var. Max = 2438614.40 + 0.373926d*E (JD2438200 - 700); Max =
V1077 Oph   |2442871.516 + 0.37384d*E (JD2442810 - 910): Max = 2442983.345 +
V1077 Oph   |0.373911d*E (JD2442920 - 3330); since JD2443330 - see Table.
V1089 Oph   |VB AB (B 16.4m, 2", 45{deg}).
V1099 Oph   |Red.
V1100 Oph   |Red.
V1111 Oph   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
V1120 Oph   |Min II 14.3.
V1121 Oph   |Soft X-ray source.
V1135 Oph   |[Ca/H] = -0.74.
V1141 Oph   |P var? The light curve shape var?
V1142 Oph   |P var? The light curve shape var?
V1146 Oph   |P = 185.2d is possible.
V1153 Oph   |P = 153.0d is possible.
V1157 Oph   |B - V: +0.42, +0.66.
V1161 Oph   |P = 0.49d is possible [06438].
V1168 Oph   |P var? The light curve shape var?
V1170 Oph   |P = 360d: is possible [06438].
V1174 Oph   |P var? The light curve shape var?
V1176 Oph   |P = 269.0d is possible.
V1179 Oph   |P var? The light curve shape var?
V1185 Oph   |Other possible elements: Max = 2435630 + 177d*E [00001].
V1195 Oph   |One more Max 2435637 (1956). Type M is possible.
V1203 Oph   |P = 315d is possible [06438].
V1204 Oph   |P = 144d: or P = 191d: are possible.
V1235 Oph   |UV type is possible.
V1240 Oph   |P = 0.42136d is possible.
V1244 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1258 Oph   |P var?
V1261 Oph   |The light curve is not typical for the P in the Table [06438].
V1262 Oph   |The light curve is not typical for the P in the Table [06438].
V1276 Oph   |[Ca/H] = -0.1.
V1296 Oph   |[Ca/H] = -0.9.
V1299 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1300 Oph   |P = 235d: is possible.
V1305 Oph   |Min II 17.9:.
V1307 Oph   |The light curve shape var? Spurious period? [06438].
V1323 Oph   |P var?
V1332 Oph   |[Ca/H] = -0.64.
V1348 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1355 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1403 Oph   |P = 215d?
V1423 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1426 Oph   |P var?
V1451 Oph   |P = 179.4d?
V1474 Oph   |P = 127d:?
V1491 Oph   |P = 328.0d?
V1492 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1505 Oph   |P = 86d:?
V1512 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1526 Oph   |P = 0.29745d?
V1532 Oph   |P = 144.4d?
V1534 Oph   |P = 198.8d?
V1548 Oph   |The minor planet (336) Lacadiera.
V1554 Oph   |P = 136.0d?
V1568 Oph   |P = 275.5d?
V1571 Oph   |P var?
V1573 Oph   |Type E?
V1583 Oph   |P - spurious?
V1616 Oph   |Type E?
V1628 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1637 Oph   |[Ca/H] = -0.44.
V1661 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1666 Oph   |P = 154.2d?
V1676 Oph   |Close optical companion?
V1682 Oph   |P = 118.0d?
V1687 Oph   |Type CW?
V1702 Oph   |P = 121d?
V1705 Oph   |P var?
V1710 Oph   |P = 0.37422d?
V1731 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1736 Oph   |P = 143.8d?, P = 244.5d?
V1744 Oph   |P = 191.6d?
V1748 Oph   |A var. Type CW?
V1754 Oph   |P = 128.4d?
V1768 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1775 Oph   |Type EW?
V1793 Oph   |P = 170d:?
V1803 Oph   |The star is not SVS 438.
V1805 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1811 Oph   |Min II 17.9:.
V1814 Oph   |P = 160.4d?
V1822 Oph   |P var?
V1829 Oph   |P = 143.2d?
V1840 Oph   |V 12 (NGC 6333 = M9). Cluster member.
V1841 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1845 Oph   |V7 (NGC 6333 = M9). Cluster member.
V1853 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1860 Oph   |[Ca/H] = -0.49.
V1861 Oph   |P = 142.0d?
V1864 Oph   |V3 (NGC 6333 = M9). Cluster member.
V1886 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1889 Oph   |P = 316.0d?
V1895 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1905 Oph   |P = 149.0d?
V1919 Oph   |P = 102.8d?, P = 227.0d?
V1939 Oph   |P = 330.0d?
V1946 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1952 Oph   |P = 248.0d?
V1953 Oph   |P = 199d:?, P = 235d:?
V1954 Oph   |P = 159.6d?
V1973 Oph   |P = 0.24154d?
V1989 Oph   |A var?
V1990 Oph   |P = 121d:?
V1991 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V1994 Oph   |P = 170.0d?
V1998 Oph   |P = 270.5d?
V2002 Oph   |The light curve shape var?
V2003 Oph   |[Ca/H] = -0.96.
V2009 Oph   |V5 (NGC 6356). Cluster member.
V2010 Oph   |[CA/H] = -0.79.
V2016 Oph   |[CA/H] = -0.96.
V2042 Oph   |P var. Max = 2430146.478 + 0.5385d*E (JD2429100 - 30202); since
V2042 Oph   |JD2436700 - see Table.
V2045 Oph   |The chart in [05159] is wrong.
V2048 Oph   |SB2 [06598]. In the region of the open cluster Cr 359. Along with
V2048 Oph   |irregular light variations typical for be stars there are rapid
V2048 Oph   |flares with the amplitudes up to 1.8m ({lambda} eff = 5800 A)
V2048 Oph   |[06150]. It is not excluded that the flares occur on a fainter
V2048 Oph   |companion of the system.
V2051 Oph   |Usually - 15.0m with strong flickering of brightness (up to 0.4m is
V2051 Oph   |5 minutes) and rare flares. At the same time the eclipses are
V2051 Oph   |observed with depth to 2.5m with the elements: Min = 2444787.32124
V2051 Oph   |+ 0.062427865d*E [09550]; D = 0.0088P:, d = 0.0065P.
V2058 Oph   |In the dark nebula in the {rho} Oph region.
V2059 Oph   |In the dark nebula in the {rho} Oph region.
V2061 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6171 (M 107).
V2062 Oph   |In the dark nebula in the {rho} Oph region.
V2063 Oph   |The minor planet (64) Angelina.
V2064 Oph   |In the dark nebula in the {rho} Oph region.
V2101 Oph   |In a dark nebula.
V2102 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6293.
V2105 Oph   |Vr = 100 km/s.
V2106 Oph   |Vr = -102 km/s.
V2108 Oph   |H2O, SiO maser.
V2112 Oph   |The primary oscillation with A1 = 0.0172m (see Table) is
V2112 Oph   |superimposed by the secondary one (A2 = 0.0061m) with the elements:
V2112 Oph   |Max = 2444114.531: + 0.1449461d*E.
V2116 Oph   |X-ray pulsar. The pulse period is decreasing: 135s (1971), 112.076s
V2116 Oph   |(1979), 109.668s (1980) [09553]. The spin-period may be twice
V2116 Oph   |longer.
V2118 Oph   |Probably rapidly rotating single spotted F type star. Max
V2118 Oph   |brightness epoch is given.
V2119 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6284. Not a member of the
V2119 Oph   |cluster.
V2120 Oph   |V6 (NGC 6284). In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6284. Not
V2120 Oph   |a member of the cluster.
V2121 Oph   |V10 (NGC 6284). In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6284. Not
V2121 Oph   |a member of the cluster.
V2122 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6284. Not a member of the
V2122 Oph   |cluster.
V2123 Oph   |V11 (NGC 6284). In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6284. Not
V2123 Oph   |a member of the cluster.
V2124 Oph   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6284. Not a member of the
V2124 Oph   |cluster.
V2137 Oph   |VB B (AB 3", 295{deg}).
V2391 Oph   |Porb = 88.13yr. Component B is a suspected variable star (NSV
V2391 Oph   |24260) and may be the cause of variations.
V2561 Oph   |Not a supernova.
V2577 Oph   |The results in [78246] do not refer to BE Oph [78236].
V2597 Oph   |P var.
V2600 Oph   |MinII 12.6. Type EB according to [78011].
V2604 Oph   |MinII 14.0:.
V2609 Oph   |P var.
V2612 Oph   |MinII 9.70.
V2617 Oph   |VB A (B 14.7mpg, 23", 166{deg}, 1999). The tabulated amplitude can
V2617 Oph   |be influenced by the companion.
V2626 Oph   |MinII - MinI = 0.44P. VB (8.6mHp, 10.1mHp, 1.4", 306{deg}, 1991).
V2628 Oph   |Period varies, the tabulated elements are valid for JD 2453000 -
V2628 Oph   |2454600.
V2629 Oph   |VB A (B 17.0mV, 13", 95{deg}, 2000).
V2636 Oph   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V2638 Oph   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V2640 Oph   |VB A (B 13.8m, 25", 168{deg}, 2000).
V2642 Oph   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
V2664 Oph   |Period varies, current elements are tabulated.
V2666 Oph   |VB AB (6.1mV, 7.0mV, 0.44", 308{deg}, 1992; a=1.19", Porb=294
V2666 Oph   |years).
V2683 Oph   |Blazhko effect, P = 26.28d [80377].
V2690 Oph   |Porb = 0.063791d.
V2703 Oph   |VB A (B 14.3m, 19", 27{deg}, 1997).
V2707 Oph   |VB B (A 4"n). The range in the table is for combined brightness.
V2709 Oph   |Blazhko effect, P = 22.18d.
V2711 Oph   |Multiperiodic.
V2715 Oph   |VB, a close companion to the north-west.
V2718 Oph   |Cluster non-member.
V2719 Oph   |Cluster non-member. Type RRC a twice shorter period is not
V2719 Oph   |excluded.
V2720 Oph   |Cluster non-member. Type EW with P=0.4225d is also possible.
V2721 Oph   |Cluster non-member.
V2724 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V2731 Oph   |Intermediate polar. Variations with Porb (see Table) and Pspin =
V2731 Oph   |0.0014815d.
V2742 Oph   |Biperiodic, P2 = 0.84443d.
V2744 Oph   |The identification with NSV 09496 suggested in [80002] is wrong.
V2770 Oph   |A one-day alias, P = 0.10096d, is also possible.
V2775 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V2780 Oph   |The light curve shape varies.
V2787 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V2817 Oph   |VB B (A 12.4m; AB 10", 34{deg}, 2000).
V2837 Oph   |The period in the Table is that of spot variability. SB2, Porb =
V2837 Oph   |591d. VB A (B = V2252 Oph, 13", 123{deg}, 1998).
V2857 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V2862 Oph   |VB A (B 19.7m, 2.5", 289{deg}).
V2897 Oph   |P = 129d is superposed.
V2918 Oph   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V2925 Oph   |P varies [81101].
V2930 Oph   |Blazhko effect.
V2947 Oph   |VB A (B 14.0m, 12", 93{deg}, 1998). The magnitude at minimum in the
V2947 Oph   |Table can be influenced by the companion.
V2970 Oph   |Type EB with P = 0.749593d is not excluded.
V2975 Oph   |VB (about 3"). Probably the eastern component is the variable.
V2976 Oph   |Blazhko effect, P = 36d.
V2980 Oph   |VB A (B 5", 120{deg}, 1998).
V2981 Oph   |VB A (B 6", 23{deg}, 1998).
V3002 Oph   |Blazhko effect, P = 28.58d.
V3003 Oph   |Type EB with P = 0.713648d is not excluded.
V3014 Oph   |Several close companions.
V3017 Oph   |Several close companions.
V3068 Oph   |RRC type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3072 Oph   |RRC type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3079 Oph   |VB B (AB 4", 206{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes in the Table were
V3079 Oph   |influenced by the companion.
V3095 Oph   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V3099 Oph   |VB A (B 3.5", 256 {deg}, 1999). The magnitudes in the Table were
V3099 Oph   |influenced by the companion.
V3128 Oph   |VB A (B 7", 326{deg}, 2000).
V3138 Oph   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V3141 Oph   |Not red.
V3149 Oph   |VB A (B 14.1m, 11", 338{deg}, 1991).
V3157 Oph   |RRC type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3158 Oph   |VB A (B 14.4mV, 6.5", 86{deg}, 2000).
V3169 Oph   |RRC type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3181 Oph   |DSCT type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3189 Oph   |VB A (B 4", 188{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes in the Table were
V3189 Oph   |influenced by the companion.
V3201 Oph   |RRC type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3203 Oph   |A twice shorter period is also possible.
V3232 Oph   |Type RRC and P = 0.219324d are also possible.
V3233 Oph   |P = 0.357913d is also possible.
V3273 Oph   |P = 0.330540d is also possible.
V3280 Oph   |EW type with P = 0.842916d is also possible.
V3290 Oph   |Other possible periods: 0.399278d and 0.285235d.
V3294 Oph   |VB (3"). The south-eastern component varies. The magnitudes in the
V3294 Oph   |Table were influenced by the companion.
V3301 Oph   |EW type with P = 0.578142d is also possible.
V3303 Oph   |Type EA or EB with P = 1.10753d is also possible.
V3312 Oph   |P = 0.2948d is also possible.
V3331 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V3339 Oph   |EW type with P = 0.32572d is also possible.
V3368 Oph   |The one-day alias, P = 0.052743d, is also possible.
V3380 Oph   |The one-day alias, P = 0.49813d, is also possible.
V3409 Oph   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V3410 Oph   |P = 0.285971 is also possible.
V3415 Oph   |Other possible periods: P = 0.309472d (RRC type) or P = 0.618943
V3415 Oph   |(EW type).
V3416 Oph   |Other possible periods: 0.285741d (RRC type), 0.400063d (RRC type),
V3416 Oph   |0.444211d (EW type), 0.571481d (EW type).
V3424 Oph   |EW type with P = 0.200466d is also possible.
V3430 Oph   |RRC type with P = 0.301831d is also possible.
V3470 Oph   |RRC type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3489 Oph   |P = 0.323339d is also possible.
V3502 Oph   |VB A (B 4", 143{deg}, 2000).
V3504 Oph   |DSCT type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3532 Oph   |A twice longer period is also possible.
V3533 Oph   |A one-day alias, P = 0.397451d, is also possible.
V3534 Oph   |RRAB type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3541 Oph   |VB A (B 4", 268{deg}, 1999). The magnitudes in the Table were
V3541 Oph   |influenced with the companion.
V3569 Oph   |VB A (B 3", 329{deg}, 1999).
V3577 Oph   |A one-day alias, P = 0.378940d, is also possible.
V3579 Oph   |RRC type with a twice shorter period is also possible.
V3583 Oph   |A one-day alias, P = 0.081429d, is also possible.
V3609 Oph   |Blazhko effect, P = 53.4d.
V3616 Oph   |VB (companion 4", 293{deg}, 1999).
V3617 Oph   |VB A (B 15.4m, 5.5", 20{deg}, 1999). RRC type with P = 0.21753d is
V3617 Oph   |also possible.
V3618 Oph   |VB (companion 5", 139{deg}, 1999).
V3627 Oph   |Close companions. The light curve shape varies. RRC type with P =
V3627 Oph   |0.2746d is also possible.
V3632 Oph   |Close VB.
V3637 Oph   |VB A (B 5", 118{deg}, 1999).
V3638 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V3640 Oph   |Close companions.
V3642 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V3650 Oph   |Close VB.
V3652 Oph   |VB A (B 5", 337{deg}, 2000; other companions).
V3653 Oph   |Crowded.
V3655 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V3656 Oph   |O'Connell effect.
V3657 Oph   |VB B (AB 6", 352{deg}, 1999).
V3673 Oph   |Cluster non-member.
V3677 Oph   |P = 72d is also possible.
V3694 Oph   |Possible additional pulsation with P = 0.294286d.
tet   Oph   |SB1 (Porb = 11.44d [06597]). The basic oscillation (see Table) is
tet   Oph   |superimposed by oscillations with the periods: P1 = 0.092551d, P2 =
tet   Oph   |0.069452d, P3 = 0.0555d, P4 = 0.0464d, P02 = 0.137255d, P13 =
tet   Oph   |0.13845d, P24 = 0.13990d, P03 = 0.09185d.
khi   Oph   |SB 1 (Porb = 138.8d [09558]).
ome   Oph   |P = 1.5d?
R     Ori   |SC 5/9.5 E. P var. Max = 2399420 + 378d*E (JD2395600 - 99500); Max
R     Ori   |= 2412687 + 378.1d*E (JD2403200 - 12700); Max = 2414230 + 366.5d*E
R     Ori   |(JD2413800 - 16800); Max = 2417943 + 378.1d*E (JD2416800 - 21350);
R     Ori   |Max = 2421352 + 384.9d*E (JD2421350 - 24100); since JD2424100 - see
R     Ori   |Table.
S     Ori   |VB A (B 10.9m, 47", 228{deg}). SiO maser. P var. Max = 2404538 +
S     Ori   |412.00d*E (JD2404520 - 13600); Max = 2414014 + 427.15d*E (JD2414000
S     Ori   |- 19150); Max = 2419567 + 416.11d*E (JD2419570 - 22890); Max =
S     Ori   |2423312 + 407.10d*E (JD2423320 - 31050); Max = 2431454 + 438.53d*E
S     Ori   |(JD2431500 - 39000) [03765]; since JD2439000 - see Table.
T     Ori   |In the T-association of the Orion nebula. Connected with a cometary
T     Ori   |nebula.
U     Ori   |SiO, OH, H2O maser. P var. Max = 2409881 + 374.5d*E (JD2409800 -
U     Ori   |15900); Max = 2415871 + 367.9d*E (JD2415900 - 21000); Max = 2421016
U     Ori   |+ 376.0d*E (JD2421000 - 29300); Max = 2428164 + 368.3d*E (JD2428100
U     Ori   |- 32900) [00960]; Max = 2433336 + 372.7d*E (JD2432900 - 43800);
U     Ori   |since JD2443800 - see Table.
V     Ori   |P var. Max = 2413656 + 264.8d*E (JD2411800 - 18700); Max = 2418987
V     Ori   |+ 271.7d*E (JD2418700 - 24600); Max = 2424695 + 263.7d*E (JD2424600
V     Ori   |- 29400) [00960]; Max = 2430769 + 269.9d*E (JD2430700 - 36200);
V     Ori   |since JD2437700 - see Table.
W     Ori   |Mean magnitude varies with P = 2450d.
Z     Ori   |Min II 9.9; d = 0.013P.
RS    Ori   |P var. Max = 2428073.205 + 7.566836d*E (JD2416500 - 33000); since
RS    Ori   |JD2435000 - see Table.
RT    Ori   |Mean magnitude varies with P = 3200d.
RU    Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
RV    Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
RW    Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
RX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
RZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
SS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
ST    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
SU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
SV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
SW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
SX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
SY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
SZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
TT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
TU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
TV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
TW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
TX    Ori   |VB A (B = TY Ori, 42.4", 45{deg}); in the region of the nebula IC
TX    Ori   |434.
TY    Ori   |VB B (A = TX Ori); in the region of the nebula IC 434.
TZ    Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
UW    Ori   |Min II 11.6.
UY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
UZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
VV    Ori   |Min II 5.50; dI = 0.055P; dII = 0.064P. There is third component in
VV    Ori   |the system (Porb = 119.09d [08045]).
VW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
VX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
VY    Ori   |VB A (B = 16.6mV, 16", 135{deg}). In the region of the Orion nebula
VY    Ori   |T-association.
VZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
WW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
WX    Ori   |VB A (B 17m, 11", 10{deg}). In the region of the Orion nebula
WX    Ori   |T-association.
WY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
WZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
XX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
XY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
XZ    Ori   |The periodicity in light variations is possible. In the region of
XZ    Ori   |the Orion nebula T-association.
YY    Ori   |Emission. In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
YZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
ZZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AA    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AB    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AC    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AE    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AF    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AG    Ori   |VB A (B 16.4mV, 16", 185{deg}). In the region of the Orion nebula
AG    Ori   |T-association.
AH    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AI    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AK    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AL    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AM    Ori   |VB A (B 20.3mV, 3.5", 320{deg}). In the region of the Orion nebula
AM    Ori   |T-association.
AN    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AR    Ori   |VB A (B 2", 240{deg}). In the region of the Orion nebula
AR    Ori   |T-association.
AS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AV    Ori   |VB A (B 18.7mV, 6", 305{deg}). In the region of the nebula
AV    Ori   |T-association.
AW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
AZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BB    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BC    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BD    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BE    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BF    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BG    Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
BH    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BK    Ori   |P var. Max = 2422016 + 338.0d*E (JD2413550 - 22100); Max = 2428880
BK    Ori   |+ 326.5d*E (JD2422300 - 28880); Max = 2429940 + 345.3d*E (JD2428880
BK    Ori   |- 29940); Max = 2432892 + 327.7d*E (JD2429940 - 32900); Max =
BK    Ori   |2438800 + 346.3d*E (JD2432900 - 38800); since JD2438800 - see
BK    Ori   |Table.
BM    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the cluster NGC
BM    Ori   |1976. Orion Trapezium member: teta**1 Ori B (A = V1016 Ori; B 8.7",
BM    Ori   |32{deg}; C 5.13m, 13.1", 131{deg}; D 6.70m, 21.6", 96{deg}). d =
BM    Ori   |0.05P; Min II 7.98. Shape of the light curve and depths of minima
BM    Ori   |vary.
BO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
BZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
CC    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
CD    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
CE    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
CF    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
CG    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
CH    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
CI    Ori   |VB A (B 9.70m, 12.9", 88{deg}).
CM    Ori   |P var?
CN    Ori   |Porb = 0.163097d. Light curve is superposed by oscillations with
CN    Ori   |the following elements: Max0 = 2444941.5032 + 0.163097d*E (A0 =
CN    Ori   |0.2m), Max1 = 2444941.573 + 0.15946d*E (A1 = 0.1m) [09471].
CN    Ori   |Sometimes smaller rapid light oscillations are also observed with
CN    Ori   |periods 24.3s - 29.5s (A<1%).
CO    Ori   |Member of the T-association CO Ori. VB A (B 13m, 1", 280{deg}).
CP    Ori   |Min II 11.2. P var [02545].
CT    Ori   |SRD? P = 68d? [09496].
CW    Ori   |Min II 13.2.
DK    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. VB (ro < 3").
DL    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
DM    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
DN    Ori   |Min II 9.9; d = 0.026P. P var. Min I = 2428497.51 + 12.9649d*E
DN    Ori   |(JD2425200 - 28600); since JD2435570 - see Table.
DY    Ori   |B - V: +0.58, +1.72.
EG    Ori   |d = 0.086P. P var?
EQ    Ori   |Min II 10.3. P var. Min I = 2425889.706 + 1.74608d*E (JD2425600 -
EQ    Ori   |26700) [02839]; Min I = 2429219.467 + 1.74611d*E (JD2427700 -
EQ    Ori   |31000) [00001]; since JD2431000 - see Table.
ER    Ori   |VB A (B 13.6", 0{deg}). Min II 9.97. P var. Min I = 2426336.6485 +
ER    Ori   |0.4233955d*E (JD2426330 - 33920) [00279]; Min I = 2434765.6306 +
ER    Ori   |0.42340620d*E (JD2433920 - 35475) [02278]; Min I = 2436508.7851 +
ER    Ori   |0.4234009d*E (JD2435475 - 40000) [03787]; since JD2440000 - see
ER    Ori   |Table. Shape of the light curve varies.
ET    Ori   |Min II 11.3. P var?
EW    Ori   |Min II 10.5; Min II - Min I = 0.529P. In the region of the open
EW    Ori   |cluster CR 70. In [00007] Min II are accepted to be Min I, and vice
EW    Ori   |versa (Min II - Min I = 0.47P). For decisive choice of the Min I
EW    Ori   |epoch photoelectric observations are necessary. P var? Min II =
EW    Ori   |2429974.810 + 6.9368005d*E [00007]; since JD2430000 - see Table.
EY    Ori   |Min II 9.54; d = 0.003P. In the region of the Orion nebula
EY    Ori   |T-association. P var. Min I = 2427310.420 + 16.787450d*E [00007];
EY    Ori   |since JD2427500 - see Table.
EZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
FF    Ori   |Min II 10.3.
FH    Ori   |d = 0.035P. P var.
FI    Ori   |VB A (B 10.5m, 5", 323{deg}). Shape of the light curve varies,
FI    Ori   |probably periodically [03790,05475].
FK    Ori   |P var. Min = 2427773.390 + 1.947447d*E (JD2426900 - 37500); since
FK    Ori   |JD2437500 - see Table.
FL    Ori   |P var. Min = 2427452.271 + 1.550971d*E (JD2427450 - 29600) [03115];
FL    Ori   |Min = 2430400.649 + 1.55093d*E (JD2429600 - 30400);Min =
FL    Ori   |2432517.755 + 1.550991d*E (JD2430400 - 32900); Min = 2434459.571 +
FL    Ori   |1.550965d*E (JD2432900 - 35050); Min = 2436649.568 + 1.550995d*E
FL    Ori   |(JD2435050 - 40600); since JD2440600 - see Table.
FO    Ori   |Min II 9.7; d = 0.005P.
FR    Ori   |Min II 11.1.
FT    Ori   |Min II 9.60; DII = 0.08P; Min II - Min I = 0.73P. P var. Min I =
FT    Ori   |2433009.553 + 3.150404d*E (JD2426380 - 38000) [02758]; since
FT    Ori   |JD2438000 - see Table. The period of apsidal motion 520 +- 100
FT    Ori   |years [07358].
FU    Ori   |Member of FU Ori T-association. In the dark globule B35. Connected
FU    Ori   |with a bright cometary nebula and the bright hydrogen nebula S 280.
FU    Ori   |Light maximum was in summer 1937. IN 1980 - 10.6m B.
FZ    Ori   |Min II 11.2.
GG    Ori   |Min II 11.1; Min II - Min I = 0.427P.
GP    Ori   |SC 7/8- .
GQ    Ori   |VB A (B 9.7m, 31", 324{deg}).
GW    Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
GX    Ori   |In the T-association CO - Ori.
GY    Ori   |In the T-association CO - Ori.
GZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HH    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HI    Ori   |In the T-association CO - Ori.
HK    Ori   |In the T-association CO - Ori. Connected with a bright cometary
HK    Ori   |nebula. CO, CH, OH emission.
HL    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HM    Ori   |In the T-association CO - Ori.
HN    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
HZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
II    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IK    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IL    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IM    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IN    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
IZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KK    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KL    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KM    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KN    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
KZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LL    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LM    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LN    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
LZ    Ori   |VB B (A 10.3m; B 14.1", 219{deg}). In the region of the Orion
LZ    Ori   |nebula T-association.
MM    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MN    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
MZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NN    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the nebula NGC
NU    Ori   |1982. Dust shell.
NV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
NY    Ori   |VB B (A = V566 Ori; B 5", 135{deg}). In the region of the Orion
NY    Ori   |nebula T-association.
NZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OO    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OU    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OX    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
OZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PP    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PQ    Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
PR    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PS    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PT    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PU    Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
PV    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PW    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PX    Ori   |Vr = + 298 km/s [09511]. In the region of the Orion nebula
PX    Ori   |T-association.
PY    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
PZ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
QQ    Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
QR    Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
QT    Ori   |P var? Elements given in the Table are valid in the interval
QT    Ori   |JD2429640 - 35550.
V0340 Ori   |Epoch of Min brightness is given.
V0343 Ori   |Min II 11.0. Shape of the light curve and depth of Min II vary.
V0347 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0348 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0349 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0353 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0354 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0355 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0356 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0357 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0358 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0359 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. Epoch of Min HEI
V0359 Ori   |line intensity is given. According to [09512], P = 14.612d.
V0360 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0361 Ori   |VB C (A 4.8m; B 6.1m, 52.4", 93{deg}; C 129", 97{deg}). In the
V0361 Ori   |region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0362 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0363 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0364 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0365 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0366 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0367 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0368 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0369 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0370 Ori   |In the T-association CO - Ori.
V0371 Ori   |{mu} = 0.28", ro = 238{deg}.
V0372 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0373 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0374 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0375 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0376 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0377 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0378 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0379 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0380 Ori   |In the nebula NGC 1999. In the region of the Orion nebula
V0380 Ori   |T-association. Spectrum description [04002]. OH, CH emission.
V0381 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0382 Ori   |P var. MAX = 2431146 + 227.8d*E (JD2429300 - 31200); Mean period is
V0382 Ori   |given in the Table (JD2428100 - 33700).
V0383 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0384 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0385 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0386 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0387 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0388 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0389 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0390 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0391 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0393 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0394 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0395 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0396 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0397 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0398 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0399 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0400 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0401 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0402 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0403 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0404 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0405 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0406 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0407 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0408 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0409 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0410 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0411 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0412 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0413 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0414 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0415 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0416 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0417 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0418 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0419 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0420 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0421 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0422 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0423 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0424 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0425 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0426 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0427 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0428 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0432 Ori   |{Delta}(S) = 0.
V0435 Ori   |P var. Max = 2430350 + 186d*E (JD2429600 - 30730); Max = 2431373 +
V0435 Ori   |186d*E (JD2431370 - 3250) [02279]; since JD2434000 - see Table.
V0436 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0437 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0438 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0439 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0441 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0442 Ori   |VB A (B 16.6m, 20", 73{deg}). In the T-association CO Ori.
V0443 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0444 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0445 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0446 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0447 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0448 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0449 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori. In [08289] was considered as an EW
V0449 Ori   |type variable with the elements: Min I = 2430259.622 + 0.441990d*E
V0449 Ori   |(JD2430250 - 5550), 14.8m - 15.7m pg.
V0450 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0452 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0453 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0454 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0455 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0456 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0457 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0458 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0460 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0461 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0463 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0464 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0465 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0466 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0467 Ori   |In the T-association CO Ori.
V0468 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0470 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. Star Pi 1411. Near
V0470 Ori   |to WY Ori = Pi 1396.
V0473 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0474 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0475 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0476 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0477 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0478 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0479 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0479 Ori   |A>1.5m.
V0480 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0480 Ori   |A>1.5m.
V0481 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0482 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0484 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0484 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0485 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0485 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0486 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0487 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0489 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0489 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0490 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0490 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0491 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0491 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0492 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. Northern component
V0492 Ori   |of the close pair of infrared stars. In the infrared A = 1m.
V0493 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0493 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0494 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0495 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. Close binary (ro =
V0495 Ori   |0.24"). It is unknown which of the components varies.
V0496 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0496 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0497 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the infrared
V0497 Ori   |A>1.0m.
V0498 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0500 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0501 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0502 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0504 Ori   |Min II 15.4.
V0505 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0507 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0508 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0509 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0510 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0511 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0514 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0516 Ori   |Max = 2430325 + 139d*E (JD2430250 - 5350); P = 70d (JD2435350 -
V0516 Ori   |550).
V0519 Ori   |Min II 12.9.
V0522 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0523 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0525 Ori   |Min II 14.7.
V0526 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0529 Ori   |Nova Ori 1678? Recurrent outburst was possibly observed at 1894
V0529 Ori   |[02866]. Earlier the object was considered as nova Ori [1667 2862,
V0529 Ori   |2863, 2867, 2868], its existence being considered as doubtful
V0529 Ori   |[03813].
V0537 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0538 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0539 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0540 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0541 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0542 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0544 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0545 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0546 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0547 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0548 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0549 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0550 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0551 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0552 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0553 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0554 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0555 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0556 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0557 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0559 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0560 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0561 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0562 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0563 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0564 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0565 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0566 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0567 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0568 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0569 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0570 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0571 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0572 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0573 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0574 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0575 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0576 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0577 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0578 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0579 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0580 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0581 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0582 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0584 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0585 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0586 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0587 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0588 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0589 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0590 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0591 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0592 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0593 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0594 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0595 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0596 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0597 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0598 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0599 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0600 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0601 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0602 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0603 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0604 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0605 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0606 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0607 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0608 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0610 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0611 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0612 Ori   |VB, SE-comp.; NW-comp.=NSV 02555. In the region of the nebula IC
V0612 Ori   |434.
V0614 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0615 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0616 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0617 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0618 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0619 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0620 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0621 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0622 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0623 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0625 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0626 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0627 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0628 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0629 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0630 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0631 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0632 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0634 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0635 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0636 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0637 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0638 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0639 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V0640 Ori   |d <= 0.02P.
V0641 Ori   |Min II 14.5.
V0642 Ori   |d = 0.05P?.
V0643 Ori   |P = 26.2075d?
V0647 Ori   |Min II 11.9. P var. Min I = 2418005.035 + 0.977575d*E (JD2414660 -
V0647 Ori   |23230); since JD2423230 - see Table.
V0648 Ori   |Min II 12.2.
V0649 Ori   |In the T-association CO - Ori. VB A (B 15m, 2", 0{deg}).
V0650 Ori   |In the region of the open cluster {lambda} Ori.
V0652 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0654 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0655 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0656 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0657 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0658 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0659 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0667 Ori   |Min II 15.0.
V0676 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0677 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0678 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0679 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0680 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0681 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0682 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0683 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0684 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0685 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) = 1.0m.
V0686 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0687 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0688 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0689 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0690 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0691 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0692 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0693 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0694 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0695 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0696 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0697 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0698 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0699 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0700 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0701 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0702 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0703 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0704 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0705 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0706 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0707 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0708 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0709 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0710 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0711 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0712 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0713 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) = 4.0m.
V0714 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0715 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0716 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0717 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0718 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. Probably the
V0718 Ori   |sf-component of a very close pair.
V0719 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0720 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0721 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0722 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0723 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0724 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0725 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0726 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0727 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0728 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0729 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0730 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0731 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0732 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0733 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0734 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0735 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0736 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0737 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) > 2.4m.
V0738 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0739 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0740 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg) > 4.0m.
V0741 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0742 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0744 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0745 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0746 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0747 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0748 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0749 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0750 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0751 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0752 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0753 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0754 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0755 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0756 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0757 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0758 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0759 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0760 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0761 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0762 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0763 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0764 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0765 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0766 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0767 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) = 1.5m.
V0768 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0770 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0771 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0772 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0773 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0774 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0775 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0776 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0777 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0778 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg) = 1.6m.
V0779 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0780 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) = 1.0m.
V0781 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0782 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0783 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg) = 3.0m.
V0784 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0785 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0786 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0787 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0788 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0789 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0790 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0791 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0792 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0793 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0794 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0795 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0796 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0797 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0798 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0799 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0800 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0801 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0802 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0803 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0804 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0805 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0806 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0807 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0808 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0810 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0811 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0812 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0813 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0814 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0815 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0816 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0817 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0818 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0819 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0820 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0821 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0822 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0823 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0824 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0825 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0826 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0827 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0828 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0829 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0830 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0831 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0832 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0833 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0834 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0835 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0836 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) > 1.5m.
V0837 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0838 Ori   |In the region of tbe Orion nebula T-association.
V0839 Ori   |In the region of tbe Orion nebula T-association.
V0840 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg) = 0.7m.
V0841 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0842 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0843 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0844 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0845 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0846 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0847 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0848 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0849 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0850 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0851 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0852 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0853 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0854 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0855 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) > 2.0m.
V0856 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0857 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg) > 5.0m.
V0858 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0859 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0860 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0861 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0862 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0863 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0864 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0865 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0866 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0867 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg)>3.0m.
V0868 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0869 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0870 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0871 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0872 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0873 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0874 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0875 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0876 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. Southem component
V0876 Ori   |of a close pair.
V0877 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0878 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0879 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0880 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0881 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0882 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0883 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the apex of a
V0883 Ori   |cometary nebula.
V0884 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0885 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0886 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg) > 3.5m.
V0888 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0889 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0890 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0891 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0892 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. Southern component
V0892 Ori   |of a pair (ro = 3").
V0893 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(U) = 2.0m.
V0894 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0895 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0896 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0897 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0898 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0899 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0900 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. A(pg) > 2.5m.
V0901 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0902 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0904 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0905 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0906 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0907 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0908 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0909 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0916 Ori   |P = 0.28297d? Member of the open cluster NGC 2169.
V0917 Ori   |Member of the open cluster NGC 2169.
V0918 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0919 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0920 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0921 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0922 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0923 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0924 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0926 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0927 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0928 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0929 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0930 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0931 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0932 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0933 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0934 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0935 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0937 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0938 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0939 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0941 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0942 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0943 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0945 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0946 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0947 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0948 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0949 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0950 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0951 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0952 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0953 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0956 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0957 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0958 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0960 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434.
V0961 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0964 Ori   |P var. Max = 2415800.389 + 0.5046772d*E (JD2415800 - 21010); Max =
V0964 Ori   |2424500.446 + 0.50466477d*E (JD2424500 - 30500); since JD2431500 -
V0964 Ori   |see Table.
V0966 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0967 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0968 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0969 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0970 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0971 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0972 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0973 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0974 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0975 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0976 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0977 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0978 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0979 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0980 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0981 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0982 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0983 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0984 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0985 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0986 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0987 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0988 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0989 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0990 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0991 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0992 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0994 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0995 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0996 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0997 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V0998 Ori   |{mu} = 0.28", ro = 221{deg}.
V0999 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1000 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1001 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1002 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1003 Ori   |{mu} = 0.272", ro = 60.8{deg}.
V1004 Ori   |VB A (B 10.57m, 37", 204{deg}); SB (P = 2.74d).
V1005 Ori   |The range of light variations (characteristic for BY Dra type
V1005 Ori   |variability) between the flares is given in the Table; the
V1005 Ori   |amplitude of the flares A(U) can reach 3.2m.
V1006 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1007 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1016 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. In the cluster NGC
V1016 Ori   |1976. Orion Trapezium member: teta1 Ori A (B = BM Ori, 8.7",
V1016 Ori   |32{deg}; C 5.13m, 13.1", 131{deg}; D 6.70m, 21.6", 96{deg}). d =
V1016 Ori   |0.001P.
V1017 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1018 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1019 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1020 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1022 Ori   |In the region of T-association FU Ori.
V1028 Ori   |P = 6d?
V1029 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1030 Ori   |In the region of the nebula IC 434. (sig Ori) E (A 4.1m; B 5.1m, A
V1030 Ori   |= 0.247", P = 170yr; C 8.79m, 11.2", 238{deg}; D 6.66m, 12.9",
V1030 Ori   |84{deg}; E 41.6", 61{deg}). Min I (HeI) = 2442802.48 + 1.19080d*E.
V1030 Ori   |Unusual helium variable. Epoch of Min I brightness is given in the
V1030 Ori   |Table (Min II 6.71, Min II - Min I = 0.43P). This epoch is being
V1030 Ori   |observed by 0.18P later than the epoch of minimum strength of the
V1030 Ori   |HeI {lambda} 4026 A line. According to [09524], light minima are
V1030 Ori   |due to "eclipses" of the star surface by two isolated clouds
V1030 Ori   |(consisting of hydrogen and helium), which are located almost
V1030 Ori   |oppositely near the intersections of the magnetic And rotational
V1030 Ori   |equator.
V1031 Ori   |VB (0.159", 104{deg}, 1980.7). Min II 6.32; DII = 0.017P.
V1034 Ori   |Epoch of light minimum is given.
V1035 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1036 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1037 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1038 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1039 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1040 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1041 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1042 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1043 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1044 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1045 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1046 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association. SB 1. Min II 6.58.
V1046 Ori   |Possibly an ellipsoidal variable, its light variations being
V1046 Ori   |superimposed by light variations of the primary component of SX Ari
V1046 Ori   |type: Min (HeI) = 2442812.23 + 0.9015d*E [08054].
V1047 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1048 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1049 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1050 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1052 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1053 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1054 Ori   |Epoch of light minimum is given. P = 8.596d?, P = 8.674d?
V1055 Ori   |P(X) = 5.2d [09528].
V1056 Ori   |VB A (B 9.8m, 28.7", 58{deg}).
V1058 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1059 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1060 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1061 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1062 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1063 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1064 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1065 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1066 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1067 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1068 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1069 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1070 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1071 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1072 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1073 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1074 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1075 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1076 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1077 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1078 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1079 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1080 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1081 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1082 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1083 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1084 Ori   |In the region of the Orion nebula T-association.
V1377 Ori   |SB?, Porb ~ 5.5 to 6.5d.
V1380 Ori   |In a bright nebula.
V1647 Ori   |The nebula brightened to 14.0, the central star's magnitude is
V1647 Ori   |given.
V1650 Ori   |The magnitude in Min light is from [78130].
V1804 Ori   |VB (A 7.7m; B 7.9m, 5", 5{deg}, 1991).
V1811 Ori   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V1814 Ori   |SB2, Porb = 19.48136d.
V1818 Ori   |In the head of the nebula GN 05.51.4.
V1820 Ori   |Blazhko effect, P(Bl) = 28d [79169].
V1833 Ori   |Min II = 10.53. Changing O'Connell effect.
V1834 Ori   |Min II = 6.87. VB AB (A 7.0m; B 9.1m, 1".8, 340{deg}, 2007).
V1840 Ori   |VB A (B 13.1m, 13", 211{deg}, 2001).
V1847 Ori   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.24mag.
V1848 Ori   |Min II = 11.65.
V1851 Ori   |Min II = 13.05 :.
V1853 Ori   |Min II = 12.20 :.
V1859 Ori   |SB2, Porb = 5.935d.
V1865 Ori   |Min II = 12.8.
V1871 Ori   |Min II = 12.9.
V1872 Ori   |SB2, Porb = 7.672d.
V1878 Ori   |SB2, Porb = 40.57d.
V1882 Ori   |SB2, Porb = 46.85d.
V1883 Ori   |VB B (A = NEXT GCVS NAME; AB 9", 262{deg}, 2000).
V1884 Ori   |VB A (B = PREVIOUS GCVS NAME, 9", 262{deg}, 2000).
V1885 Ori   |VB AB (1").
V1928 Ori   |VB B (A 9.05m; AB 7", 163{deg}, 2001).
V1931 Ori   |VB A (B 13.51m, 8", 359{deg}, 2001).
V1934 Ori   |VB B (A = IM Ori, 12.67m; AB 6", 337{deg}, 2001).
V1935 Ori   |VB A (B 13.88m, 6", 71{deg}, 2001).
V1952 Ori   |VB B (A 10.4m; AB 12", 32{deg}, 2001).
V1953 Ori   |The amplitude of out-of-flare variations is 0.04m.
V1994 Ori   |VB B (A = V1000 Ori, 11.70m; AB 6", 194{deg}, 2001).
V1995 Ori   |VB B (A 9.59mJ; B 13.98mJ, 24", 31{deg}, 2001; C 14.25mJ, BC 7",
V1995 Ori   |214{deg}, 2001; also other components).
V1999 Ori   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.3mag.
V2008 Ori   |VB A (B = V1694 Ori, 12.31mJ, 8", 191{deg}, 2001).
V2014 Ori   |VB AB (7.7mV, 8.2mV, 1".7, 282{deg}, 2006).
V2024 Ori   |VB B (A 13.13m; AB 6", 305{deg}, 2001).
V2027 Ori   |VB A (B 13.87m, 5", 342{deg}, 2001).
V2030 Ori   |VB A (B 16.0m, 5", 133{deg}, 2001).
V2038 Ori   |VB B (A = KK Ori, 11.26m; AB 5", 89{deg}, 2001).
V2039 Ori   |VB A (B 13.11m, 11", 322{deg}, 2001).
V2084 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 02252, 8.61m; AB 11", 130{deg}, 2001).
V2085 Ori   |VB A (B 12.84m, 10", 36{deg}).
V2086 Ori   |VB B (A = V1474 Ori, 13.30m; AB 19", 291 {deg}, 2001; C 15.78m; BC
V2086 Ori   |6", 117{deg}, 2001).
V2088 Ori   |VB C (A = V1316 Ori, 12.74m, B 14.40m; AB 8", 353{deg}, AC 13",
V2088 Ori   |15{deg}, 2001).
V2090 Ori   |VB B (A = V1317 Ori, 14.04m; AB 7", 141{deg}, 2001).
V2094 Ori   |VB A (B 13.20m, 6", 279{deg}, 2001).
V2099 Ori   |Multiple (V1318 Ori 12.75m, 13", 312{deg}, 2001 and other
V2099 Ori   |companions).
V2102 Ori   |VB B (A = KS Ori, 9.51m; AB 5", 69{deg}, 2001).
V2107 Ori   |VB A (B = KR Ori, 10.23m; AB 15", 99{deg}, 2001).
V2109 Ori   |VB A (B 12.87m, 5", 353{deg}, 2001).
V2110 Ori   |VB B (A = V1479 Ori, 12.49m; AB 9", 346{deg}, 2001).
V2113 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 16386, 13.34m; AB 8", 127{deg}, 2001).
V2114 Ori   |VB B (A = V1319 Ori, 10.91m; AB 6", 270{deg}, 2001).
V2118 Ori   |VB B (A 11.54m; AB 11", 218{deg}, 2001).
V2120 Ori   |VB B (A 12.70m; AB 18", 294{deg}, 2001; C 13.14m; BC 12", 185{deg},
V2120 Ori   |2001; D 13.54m; BD 11", 277{deg}, 2001).
V2121 Ori   |VB A (B 13.69m, 5", 309 {deg}, 2001).
V2133 Ori   |VB B (A 8.74m, 20", 346{deg}, 2001).
V2136 Ori   |Type E is not excluded.
V2139 Ori   |VB A (B 14.13m, 8", 150{deg}, 2001).
V2141 Ori   |VB A (B 11.64:m, 6", 252{deg}, 2001).
V2142 Ori   |VB B (A 12.72m, 7", 11{deg}, 2001).
V2143 Ori   |VB A (B = V1482 Ori, 12.08m, 10", 274{deg}, 2001; C = V1322 Ori,
V2143 Ori   |12.11m, 13", 320{deg}, 2001; D = V1323 Ori, 12.26m, 15", 352{deg},
V2143 Ori   |2001).
V2150 Ori   |VB B (A = V480 Ori, 11.38m, AB 10", 326{deg}, 2001; C = GCVS NAME
V2150 Ori   |FROM NEXT REMARK, 13.18m, AC 6", 306{deg}, 2001).
V2152 Ori   |VB C (A = V480 Ori, 11.38m, B = GCVS NAME FROM PREVIOUS REMARK; AB
V2152 Ori   |10", 326{deg}, AC 6", 306{deg}, 2001).
V2164 Ori   |VB B (A 11.53m, K5; AB 10", 189{deg}, 2001; C 13.44m, M3.5e, AC 5",
V2164 Ori   |153{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2167 Ori   |VB A (B 16.35m, 8", 83{deg}, 2001).
V2175 Ori   |VB A (B = NSV 16405, 13.31m, 9", 106{deg}, 2001).
V2177 Ori   |VB B (A = REMARK AFTER NEXT, 12.96m; AB 4", 238{deg}, 2001).
V2178 Ori   |VB A (B 15.25m, 8", 111{deg}, 2001).
V2179 Ori   |VB A (B = REMARK BEFORE PREVIOUS, 14.72m, 4" 238{deg}, 2001).
V2181 Ori   |VB B (A 12.69m; AB 7", 330{deg}, 2001).
V2183 Ori   |VB B (A 13.36m; AB 8", 111{deg}, 2001).
V2185 Ori   |VB A (B 12.84m, 7", 330{deg}, 2001).
V2189 Ori   |VB B (A 14.43m; AB 6", 297{deg}, 2001).
V2191 Ori   |VB C (A = LR Ori, 9.70m, B 12.92m; AB 10", 160{deg}, AC 14", 248
V2191 Ori   |{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2192 Ori   |VB B (A 12.88m; AB 6", 317{deg}, 2001).
V2194 Ori   |VB A (B 16.48m, 7", 163{deg}, 2001).
V2198 Ori   |VB B (A 12.04m; AB 5", 65{deg}, 2001).
V2205 Ori   |VB A (B 16.07m, 7", 108{deg}, 2001).
V2212 Ori   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.1mag.
V2213 Ori   |Multiple (V1487 Ori 9.42m, 13". 233{deg}, 2001; other components,
V2213 Ori   |including NSV 16420).
V2214 Ori   |VB A (B 13.55m, 11", 118{deg}, 118{deg}).
V2215 Ori   |VB B (A 12.32m; AB 9", 272{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2216 Ori   |VB A (B 15.54m, 11", 353{deg}, 2001).
V2217 Ori   |Multiple (LU Ori 8.74mKs, 9", 182{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2218 Ori   |VB B (A = LU Ori, 9.98mJ; AB 7", 158{deg}, 2001).
V2220 Ori   |VB A (B 3" s).
V2222 Ori   |VB B (A 12.11m; AB 7", 149{deg}, 2001).
V2225 Ori   |Multiple (NSV 16423 14" np; other components).
V2228 Ori   |Multiple (NSV 16426 13.58m, 9", 356{deg}, 2001; GCVS NAME FOR NSV
V2228 Ori   |16429 12.37m, 11", 147{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2232 Ori   |VB A (B 13.64:m, 8", 40{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2233 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FOR No. 8384; AB 5", 276{deg}, 2001).
V2236 Ori   |Multiple.
V2237 Ori   |VB A (B 12.80m, 6", 123{deg}, 2001).
V2239 Ori   |VB A (B = V1491 Ori, 11.29m, 16", 229{deg}, 2001).
V2241 Ori   |Multiple.
V2242 Ori   |VB C (A = GCVS NAME FOR NSV 16438, 12.80m, B = GCVS NAME FOR NSV
V2242 Ori   |16437, 13.37m; AB 13", 191{deg}, AC 9", 208{deg}, 2001).
V2243 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR No. 8355, 5", 276{deg}, 2001).
V2245 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FOR NSV 16438, 12.80m; AB 13", 191{deg}, 20001;
V2245 Ori   |C = GCVS NAME FOR No. 8381, AC 9", 208{deg}, 2001).
V2246 Ori   |VB A (B 13.24m, 12", 235{deg}, 2001).
V2247 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR NSV 16437, 13.37m, 13", 191{deg}, 2001; C =
V2247 Ori   |GCVS NAME FOR No. 8381, AC 9", 208{deg}, 2001).
V2248 Ori   |VB A (B = NSV 16441, 8.16:m, 17", 150{deg}, 2001; C = V1496 Ori,
V2248 Ori   |8.78m, 7", 180{deg}, 2001).
V2251 Ori   |VB C (A 13.52m, B 14.96m; AB 6", 229{deg}, AC 5", 23{deg}, 2001).
V2252 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 16435, 11.05m; AB 7", 66{deg}, 2001).
V2254 Ori   |Multiple.
V2255 Ori   |Multiple (GCVS NAME FOR NSV 16443 11", 122{deg}, 2001; other
V2255 Ori   |components).
V2256 Ori   |VB B (A = V1495 Ori, 12.24m; AB 9", 71{deg}, 2001).
V2257 Ori   |VB C (A 11.05m, B 11.44m; AB 7", 66{deg}, AC 13", 137{deg}, 2001).
V2261 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR NEXT REMARK, 6", 17{deg}, 2001).
V2263 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FOR PREVIOUS REMARK; AB 6", 17{deg}, 2001).
V2266 Ori   |Multiple (GCVS NAME FOR No. 8478 11", 302 {deg}, 2001; other
V2266 Ori   |components).
V2270 Ori   |Multiple (NSV 16454 10.96m, 10", 65{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2271 Ori   |VB (B = JW 474, 2.4", 24{deg}, 1961).
V2272 Ori   |VB A (B 13.63m, 12", 331{deg}, 2001).
V2276 Ori   |VB B (A 14.49m; AB 7", 173{deg}, 2001).
V2279 Ori   |VB A (B = AC Ori 3" s).
V2280 Ori   |VB A (B 12.57m, 5", 215{deg}, 2001).
V2283 Ori   |VB B (A 13.00m; AB 9", 259{deg}, 2001).
V2284 Ori   |Multiple.
V2288 Ori   |Multiple.
V2291 Ori   |VB A (B 13.47m, 7", 18{deg}, 2001).
V2292 Ori   |Multiple (NSV 16466 12.56m, 12", 68:{deg}).
V2294 Ori   |VB B (A 12.44m, 10", 59{deg}, 2001).
V2297 Ori   |NSV 16469 9" nf.
V2299 Ori   |VB A (B 4" s).
V2300 Ori   |VB B (A = V1812 Ori, 10.60m; AB 9", 244{deg}, 2001).
V2301 Ori   |VB C (A 8.76m, B = LZ Ori, 9.30m; AB 14", 220{deg}, AC 25",
V2301 Ori   |226{deg}, 2001).
V2304 Ori   |Multiple.
V2309 Ori   |VB B (A 13.63m; AB 5", 300{deg}, 2001).
V2314 Ori   |VB A (B 12.32m, 5", 16{deg}, 2001).
V2317 Ori   |VB A (B 15.50m, 5", 300{deg}, 2001).
V2318 Ori   |VB A (B 14.04m, 10", 69{deg}, 2001).
V2321 Ori   |VB (2"). Multiple (V1336 Ori 5", 133{deg}, 1961; NSV 16467 10.10m,
V2321 Ori   |10", 286{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2325 Ori   |Multiple.
V2326 Ori   |VB B (A 10.91m; AB 12", 115{deg}, 2001).
V2330 Ori   |VB B (A 10.15m; AB 10", 69{deg}, 2001).
V2333 Ori   |Multiple.
V2336 Ori   |Multiple.
V2338 Ori   |Multiple.
V2343 Ori   |VB A (B = NSV 16486, 13.43:m, 9", 68{deg}, 2001).
V2346 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FOR NSV 16495; AB 10", 275{deg}, 2001).
V2350 Ori   |V1516 Ori 11"nf.
V2352 Ori   |VB B (A 13.65m; AB 6", 127{deg}, 2001).
V2353 Ori   |Multiple.
V2354 Ori   |VB A (B 6" sf).
V2355 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FOR NSV 2307; AB 13", 214{deg}, 2001; NSV 16490
V2355 Ori   |close to A).
V2359 Ori   |VB (0.8").
V2360 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR No. 9248, 10", 275{deg}, 2001; C 14.71m,
V2360 Ori   |14", 240{deg}, 2001).
V2362 Ori   |VB A (B 13.54m, 7", 83{deg}, 2001).
V2363 Ori   |VB A (B = V1521 Ori; AB 7", 264{deg}, 2001).
V2364 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR No. 9305, 13", 214{deg}, 2001; NSV 16490 3"
V2364 Ori   |n).
V2366 Ori   |VB B (A 12.01m; AB 11", 6{deg}, 2001).
V2372 Ori   |VB A (B 10.98m, 8", 1{deg}, 2001).
V2373 Ori   |VB B (A = V1521 Ori; AB 6", 90{deg}, 2001).
V2374 Ori   |VB AB (0.7"). Multiple (NSV 16503 11.42mJ, 6", 330{deg}, 2001;
V2374 Ori   |other components).
V2377 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 16506, 13.64m; AB 4", 40{deg}, 1991).
V2378 Ori   |VB B (A = AG Ori; AB 12", 185{deg}, 2001).
V2383 Ori   |Multiple (V1524 Ori 9", 225{deg}, 2001; other components).
V2384 Ori   |Min II = 14.81. MinII - MinI = 0.67P.
V2387 Ori   |VB B (A 13.80m; AB 7", 78{deg}, 2001).
V2389 Ori   |VB A (B 6" sf).
V2401 Ori   |VB B (A 13.05m; AB 5", 321{deg}, 2001).
V2404 Ori   |VB B (A = V561 Ori, 11.78m; AB 9", 250{deg}, 2001).
V2405 Ori   |VB A (B 14.81m, 5", 285{deg}, 2001).
V2410 Ori   |VB B (A = V1531 Ori; AB 7", 163{deg}, 2001).
V2413 Ori   |VB A (B 3" f).
V2414 Ori   |VB B (A = V1017 Ori; AB 10", 283{deg}, 2001).
V2415 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 16523 8" sp).
V2417 Ori   |VB AB (1").
V2423 Ori   |VB A (B = V1400 Ori, 6", 43{deg}, 2001).
V2425 Ori   |Multiple (NSV 16535 12" nf; other components).
V2435 Ori   |VB A (B 15.3m, 6", 138{deg}, 2001).
V2442 Ori   |VB C (A 11.63m, B 11.70m; AB 3", 257{deg}, AC 10", 349{deg}, 2001).
V2444 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR NSV 16541, 6", 144{deg}, 2001).
V2448 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FROM PREVIOUS REMARK; AB 6", 144{deg}, 2001).
V2449 Ori   |VB (AK Ori 9" s).
V2451 Ori   |VB B (A 2.9mV, C = NSV 2342, 9.7mV; AB 11", 141{deg}, AC 49",
V2451 Ori   |103{deg}, 2002).
V2454 Ori   |VB A (B 10" np).
V2458 Ori   |VB C (A = GCVS NAME FOR NEXT REMARK, B 11.34m; AB 9", 286{deg}, AC
V2458 Ori   |6", 349{deg}, 2001).
V2460 Ori   |VB A (B 11.34m, C = GCVS NAME FOR PREVIOUS REMARK; AB 9", 286{deg},
V2460 Ori   |AC 6", 349{deg}, 2001).
V2464 Ori   |VB B (A 11.29m; AB 11", 14{deg}, 2001).
V2467 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 02331, 11.77m, C 13.91:m; AB 7", 20{deg}, AC 11",
V2467 Ori   |13{deg}, 2001).
V2476 Ori   |VB A (B 13.70m, 11", 230{deg}, 2001).
V2479 Ori   |VB B (A = V1549 Ori, AB 6", 117{deg}, 2001).
V2481 Ori   |VB A (B 15.02m, 6", 13{deg}, C 16.39m, 10", 139{deg}, 2001).
V2483 Ori   |VB A (B 14.76m, 9", 19{deg}, 2001).
V2484 Ori   |VB A (B 12.38m, 7", 2{deg}, 2001).
V2491 Ori   |VB A (B 13.12m, 6", 37{deg}, 2001).
V2492 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FOR NEXT REMARK; AB 8", 344{deg}, 2001).
V2494 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR PREVIOUS REMARK, 8", 344{deg}, 2001).
V2495 Ori   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME FOR NSV 2341; AB 11", 342{deg}, 1961; also
V2495 Ori   |fainter components).
V2497 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 2340, 11.23m, C 13.82m; AB 8", 160{deg}, AC 7",
V2497 Ori   |258{deg}, 2001).
V2499 Ori   |VB A (B = GCVS NAME FOR No. 10729, 11", 342{deg}, 1961; also
V2499 Ori   |fainter components).
V2500 Ori   |VB A (B 8" n).
V2509 Ori   |NU Ori 20" np. VB A (B 12.36m, 8", 147{deg}, 2001).
V2514 Ori   |VB B (A = V565 Ori, 10.17m; AB 9", 7{deg}, 2001).
V2516 Ori   |The periodic variations were reported for the bright state (above
V2516 Ori   |14m J).
V2521 Ori   |VB B (A = V359 Ori, C 11.28; AB 10", 290{deg}; AC 14", 306{deg},
V2521 Ori   |2001).
V2537 Ori   |VB A (B 14.35m, 7", 215{deg}, 2001).
V2543 Ori   |VB B (A = AM Ori, AB 4", 330{deg}, 2001).
V2568 Ori   |VB A (B 13.86m, 11", 168{deg}, 2001).
V2575 Ori   |VB B (A 7.98m; AB 15", 232{deg}, 2001).
V2592 Ori   |Min II = 8.20. MinII - MinI = 0.40P.
V2602 Ori   |VB A (B 13.65m, 11", 63{deg}, 2001).
V2603 Ori   |VB A (B 14.98m, 7", 282{deg}, 2001).
V2608 Ori   |VB A (B 13.70m, 7", 350{deg}, 2001).
V2615 Ori   |VB B (A = OV Ori, 11.51m; AB 7", 287{deg}, 2001).
V2620 Ori   |VB B (A 10.34m; AB 12", 170{deg}, 2001).
V2630 Ori   |VB A (B 15.27m, 8", 310{deg}, C 15.84m, 8", 144{deg}, 2001).
V2651 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 2412, 11.48:m; AB 9", 219{deg}, 2001).
V2655 Ori   |VB B (A 12.56m; AB 10", 48{deg}, 2001).
V2677 Ori   |VB A (B 13.80m, 10", 152{deg}, 2001).
V2678 Ori   |Multiple.
V2679 Ori   |VB B (A = NSV 2424, 11.01m; AB 14", 46{deg}, 2001).
V2689 Ori   |Type from [80034].
V2712 Ori   |Min II = 12.7.
V2729 Ori   |VB C (A 12.57m, B 16.17m; AB 16", 117{deg}, AC 18", 132{deg},
V2729 Ori   |1999).
V2735 Ori   |Min II = 9.43.
V2743 Ori   |Min II = 13.9.
V2749 Ori   |SB2, Porb = 18.74d.
V2751 Ori   |SB1.
V2752 Ori   |Type from [80034].
V2757 Ori   |Min II = 10.12.
V2758 Ori   |SB2, Porb = 4.99d.
V2759 Ori   |Min II = 10.62.
V2762 Ori   |Min II = 10.31.
V2766 Ori   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.7mag.
V2767 Ori   |Min II = 13.2 :.
V2768 Ori   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.4mag.
V2769 Ori   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.4mag:.
V2772 Ori   |Min II = 12.35.
V2776 Ori   |VB A (B 16.9m R, 6", 31{deg}, 1999).
V2777 Ori   |VB A (B 16.0m R, 9", 88{deg}, 1999).
V2778 Ori   |Min II = 10.50:. MinII - MinI = 0.44P.
V2780 Ori   |Min II = 12.12. VB A (B 5", 139{deg}, 1999).
V2783 Ori   |Min II = 10.63. VB A (B 12.9m, 7", 25{deg}, 1999).
V2784 Ori   |Min II = 13.7.
V2787 Ori   |Min II = 10.28.
V2788 Ori   |Min II = 10.82:.
V2789 Ori   |Min II = 11.4.
V2790 Ori   |Min II = 11.64.
V2793 Ori   |Min II = 13.6.
V2797 Ori   |Multiperiodic.
V2834 Ori   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.488575d; P1/P0 = 0.7428.
V2846 Ori   |According to [82044], a flare to 15.7mpg from 17.4 mpg was observed
V2846 Ori   |on 1996 November 17.
V2853 Ori   |P1 is presented in the Table. P2 = 0.2653979d; P2/P1 = 0.7990.
V2855 Ori   |Double-mode pulsator, P2 = 0.0448278d. VB A (B 5", 99{deg}, 1999).
V2856 Ori   |MinII - MinI = 0.52P.
alf   Ori   |VB A (B 14.5m, 39.8", 110{deg}). Min = 2410600 + 2070d*E (1840 -
alf   Ori   |1929) [01012]. Since 1929 - see Table. The main variation is
alf   Ori   |superimposed by the waves with P = 200 - 400d. Dust-gaseous shell
alf   Ori   |(r = 50") [09529].
del   Ori   |VB A (A 0.217", 144{deg}, 1980; B 14.0m, 33.1", 227{deg}; C 6.84m,
del   Ori   |53.5", 359{deg}). Orion Belt cluster member. Min II 2.20. Apsidal
del   Ori   |motion (P = 210 yr). Shape of the light curve varies. The intrinsic
del   Ori   |brightness variability of the components is possible.
eps   Ori   |Orion Belt cluster member.
eta   Ori   |VB Aab (AC 0.037", 111{deg}, 1979.0, P = 9.219 yr [09535]; B 4.8m,
eta   Ori   |1.60", 76{deg}, 1976.0; C 9.4m, 115", 51{deg}). EA/DM. Min II 3.57.
eta   Ori   |The range of combined light variation of the components AAb (SB 2,
eta   Ori   |P = 7.989268d), AC, and B is given in the Table. Outside eclipses
eta   Ori   |there are sinusoidal light variations of the system with A(V) =
eta   Ori   |0.05m due to pulsations of the component Ab [09535] with P =
eta   Ori   |0.30197d [09536] or 0.30145d [09537]. According to [08566] these
eta   Ori   |variations were not observed between 1970 and 1976.
pi. 5 Ori   |Min II 3.73. The period is improved using radial velocities
pi. 5 Ori   |[04627].
psi   Ori   |VB A (B 11.1m, 2.7", 323{deg}; C 13.88m, 83", 196{deg}). Min II
psi   Ori   |4.58. The period is determined on the base of radial velocities
psi   Ori   |[09541].
R     Pav   |Pvar. Max = 2411219 + 228.34d (JD2411000 - 18500); Max = 2418527 +
R     Pav   |230.95d*E (JD2418500 - 30000); since JD2430000 - see Table.
S     Pav   |P var. Max = 2421479 + 389.64d*E(JD2421000 - 31000); since
S     Pav   |JD2431000 - see Table. {Delta}(m) var strongly. Min II is sometimes
S     Pav   |observed after Max I.
T     Pav   |P var. Max = 2413328 + 243.45d*E(JD2405700 - 25500); Max = 2425499
T     Pav   |+ 245.11d*E(JD2425500 - 32500); since JD2432500 - see Table.
V     Pav   |VBA (B 14.0m vis, 15", 327{deg}). Mean brightness var, P2 = 3735d,
V     Pav   |9.7m - 10.7m.
W     Pav   |P var. Before JD2431000 Max = 2413778 + 282.92d*E; since JD2431000
W     Pav   |- see Table.
RT    Pav   |Mean light var, 10.4m - 11.1m 1649, P2 = 757d.
SU    Pav   |P var. Max = 2430036 + 245.18d*E (JD2411000 - 30100) [00001];
SU    Pav   |during JD247700 - 40000 - see Table.
TW    Pav   |Before JD2420400 Max = 2417760 + 397.d*E.
YY    Pav   |{Delta}(m) var strongly. P possibly is twice longer, in that case
YY    Pav   |Min II 14.4.
AR    Pav   |Depth of eclipses {Delta}(m) = 2m B, d = 0.05P. Expanding shell.
BD    Pav   |Only one outburst was observed [00629]. Brightness flickering.
BD    Pav   |Eclipses according to the elements Min I = 2444412.676 +
BD    Pav   |0.1793015d*E, {Delta}(m) ~0.5m [09191]. Outside outburst, 15.40m -
BD    Pav   |16.21m.
BF    Pav   |Min II 11.9.
BI    Pav   |Min II ({Delta}(m) ~0.05m) is possible.
DF    Pav   |Epoch of min is given. Light curve shape strongly var.
DN    Pav   |{Delta}(S) = 8:.
DW    Pav   |Min II 16.3.
EG    Pav   |Twice shorter P is possible [00001].
EL    Pav   |Min II 15.5.
EN    Pav   |Elements need confirmation.
EQ    Pav   |Red.
FY    Pav   |Min II? JD2436784.37.
HL    Pav   |Blazhko effect?
HP    Pav   |Min II 15.5.
HQ    Pav   |Min II 12.7.
HY    Pav   |Min II 12.1.
IL    Pav   |RRC type is possible.
KR    Pav   |Min II 14.1.
KZ    Pav   |VB A (B 8.7m, 6.7", 119{deg}, 1971; C 9.2m, BC 1.0", 329{deg},
KZ    Pav   |1971). P var. Min = 2430448.617 + 0.949880d*E (JD2416000 - 30000)
KZ    Pav   |[00001]; since JD2430000 - see Table. Min II is present.
LL    Pav   |Min II 15.1.
LO    Pav   |Min II 16.5.
LR    Pav   |Min II 15.3.
LT    Pav   |Min II 12.2.
LV    Pav   |Min II 14.3.
LY    Pav   |Min II 14.9.
MQ    Pav   |Epoch of Min is given. EW/KW type with twice longer P is possible.
MR    Pav   |Possible elements Max = 2436731.40 + 0.3737d*E [00001].
MS    Pav   |Min II 14.1.
MW    Pav   |d = 0.08P. Min II 8.92, dII = 0.11P.
NP    Pav   |Deep Min II.
NW    Pav   |[A/H] = -0.7.
OY    Pav   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
V0382 Pav   |Type EW: is also possible.
V0399 Pav   |Symbiotic spectrum.
V0400 Pav   |MinII 9.23.
V0413 Pav   |P varies, dP/dt =+1.29 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0416 Pav   |P0 is tabulated, P1 = 0.36574d.
V0430 Pav   |Type EW with P=0.444342d is not excluded.
V0449 Pav   |Blazhko effect, P = 61.3d.
kap   Pav   |P var. Max = 2419619.38 + 9.0898d*E (JD2411930 - 22550); Max =
kap   Pav   |2425987.12 + 9.1028d*E (JD2422550 - 26980); Max = 2430530.67 +
kap   Pav   |9.0833d*E (JD2426980 - 31345); Max = 2433239.87 + 9.0956d*E
kap   Pav   |(JD2431345 - 34045); Max = 2434693.11 + 9.0653d*E (JD2434045 -
kap   Pav   |37000); since JD2440000 - see Table. [Fe/H] = 0.0/ - 0.4.
kap   Pav   |Moderately high Z coordinate (IZI ~240 pc provided the period -
kap   Pav   |luminosity relation for DCEP stars is valid), low radial velocity.
kap   Pav   |The period is not typical for CW stars. Ca II emission was noticed
kap   Pav   |in the spectrum.
lam   Pav   |VB A (B 12.4m, 63.1", 206{deg}).
rho   Pav   |The main light variation P1 (see Table) with a semiamplitude
rho   Pav   |{delta}(y) = 0.0069m is superposed by oscillations with P2 =
rho   Pav   |0.1131d ({delta}(y) = 0.0031m), P3 = 0.1612d ({delta}(y) =
rho   Pav   |0.0029m).
R     Peg   |OH, H2O, SiO maser. P var. Max = 2396327 + 381.9d*E (JD2396300 -
R     Peg   |2408200); Max = 2413012 + 371.4d*E (JD2413000 - 19800); Max =
R     Peg   |2420092 + 379.77d*E (JD2420000 - 31100) [00960]; since JD2431100 -
R     Peg   |see Table.
T     Peg   |P var. Max = 2398452 + 371.0d*E (JD2398400 - 2408900); Max =
T     Peg   |2413697 + 386.8d*E (JD2413600 - 18700); Max = 2421016 + 362.5d*E
T     Peg   |(JD2420900 - 28000) [00960]; Max = 2434343 + 376.0d*E (JD2428300 -
T     Peg   |34300); Max = 2440984 + 368.7d*E (JD2434300 - 41000); since
T     Peg   |JD2441000 - see Table.
U     Peg   |Min II 9.73. P var. There is a square term in the elements:
U     Peg   |-2.468D*10**(-11)*E**2. 0 - C = 0.00323d*sin((2{pi}/16330)E +
U     Peg   |0.418{pi}). Shape of the light curve varies.
W     Peg   |SiO maser. P var. Max = 2413819 + 343.2d*E (JD2413800 - 26600); Max
W     Peg   |= 2427162 + 345.5d*E (JD2426600 - 32100) [00960]; Max = 2439690 +
W     Peg   |348.75d*E (JD2432300 - 39700) [00001]; since JD2441400 - see Table.
X     Peg   |P var. Max = 2414713 + 200.3d*E (JD2414700 - 21300); Max = 2420105
X     Peg   |+ 204.3d*E (JD2420100 - 23800); Max = 2423570 + 199.8d*E (JD2423600
X     Peg   |- 31000) [00960]; Max = 2432006 + 208d*E (JD2431000 - 32100); Max =
X     Peg   |2434206 + 200.0d*E (JD2432100 - 39300); since JD2438400 - see
X     Peg   |Table.
Z     Peg   |P var. Max = 2415433 + 318.9d*E (JD2398800 - 2420550); Max =
Z     Peg   |2420207 + 328.0d*E (JD2420200 - 32000) [00960]; Max = 2432005 +
Z     Peg   |325.8d*E (JD2432000 - 37900); Max = 2437870 + 319d*E (JD2437500 -
Z     Peg   |40100); Max = 2442086 + 328.0d*E (JD2440100 - 43100); since
Z     Peg   |JD2442100 - see Table.
RR    Peg   |P var. Max = 2417582 + 268.3d*E (JD2416700 - 17850) [00001]; Max =
RR    Peg   |2417859 + 260.8d*E (JD2417850 - 21000) [00960]; since JD2421000 -
RR    Peg   |see Table.
RS    Peg   |P var. Max = 2415846 + 431.5d*E (JD2415800 - 18450); Max = 2418434
RS    Peg   |+ 404.1d*E (JD2418400 - 24200); Max = 2424514 + 413.4d*E (JD2424500
RS    Peg   |- 34900) [00960]; Max = 2436496 + 403.4d*E (JD2435700 - 38600)
RS    Peg   |[00001]; since JD2438500 - see Table.
RT    Peg   |VB A (B 10.5m, 15.6", 291{deg}). P var. Max = 2423609 + 215.0d*E
RT    Peg   |(JD2416000 - 24300); Max = 2428149 + 216.6d*E (JD2424300 - 32100);
RT    Peg   |since JD2432100 - see Table.
RU    Peg   |VB A (B 12.5m, 12", 18{deg}); SB2 (Porb = 0.3746d [09570]). There
RU    Peg   |are also light oscillations with P = 11.6s and 50s [09571].
RV    Peg   |Emission. Light curve (1907 - 1973) [09572]. P var. Max = 2428735 +
RV    Peg   |388.4d*E (JD2417000 - 32640); Max = 2430680 + 390.9d*E (JD2430200 -
RV    Peg   |38900); since JD2438800 - see Table.
RW    Peg   |P var. Max = 2419393 + 208.4d*E (JD2412700 - 19400); Max = 2421520
RW    Peg   |+ 213.0d*E (JD2419390 - 21550); Max = 2427133 + 208.0d*E (JD2421500
RW    Peg   |- 27150); since JD2427300 - see Table.
RX    Peg   |P2 = 110d:.
RY    Peg   |VB B (A = RZ Peg; B 20", 252{deg}).
RZ    Peg   |VB A (B = RY Peg:20", 252{deg}). SC 6/9 - e. P var. Max = 2423361 +
RZ    Peg   |441.4d*E (JD2411400 - 26450); Max = 2431215 + 434.0d*E (JD2426400 -
RZ    Peg   |33000); since JD2433000 - see Table.
SS    Peg   |P var. Max = 2416390 + 410.8d*E (JD2415500 - 20000); Max = 2422235
SS    Peg   |+ 423.8d*E (JD2420000 - 27000); Max = 2427270 + 403.4d*E (JD2427000
SS    Peg   |- 29000); Max = 2437218 + 416.35d*E (JD2428500 - 43000); since
SS    Peg   |JD2443000 - see Table.
SV    Peg   |H2O emission.
SX    Peg   |S 2.5/6 e. P var. Max = 2436043 + 306.56d*E (JD2414800 - 38300);
SX    Peg   |since JD2438300 - see Table.
TU    Peg   |P var. Max = 2417800 + 320.8d*E (JD2404300 - 18450); Max = 2420730
TU    Peg   |+ 328.4d*E (JD2418450 - 20800); Max = 2428080 + 319.6d*E (JD2420800
TU    Peg   |- 31600); since JD2432800 - see Table.
TW    Peg   |H2O maser. The basic light variation with the period given in the
TW    Peg   |Table is superimposed by small oscillations with P = 94.13d.
TY    Peg   |Min II 10.2. P var. Min I hel = 2419520.476 + 3.0922754d*E
TY    Peg   |(JD2412300 - 19600) [02389]; Min I hel = 2425918.348 + 3.092252d*E
TY    Peg   |(JD2419600 - 26000) [00001]; since JD2426000 - see Table.
TZ    Peg   |P var? Max = 2425892 + 213.7d*E (JD2410000 - 28000); since
TZ    Peg   |JD2430000 - see Table.
UU    Peg   |OH, H2O maser.
UW    Peg   |According to [08837] P = 60d.
UX    Peg   |P var. Min = 2428428.386 + 1.544618d*E (JD2422100 - 28430) [00230];
UX    Peg   |Min = 2431273.597 + 1.544632d*E (JD2428420 - 34000) [00001]; since
UX    Peg   |JD2434000 - see Table.
VV    Peg   |{Delta}(S) = 8. P var. Max = 2420105.296 + 0.48837765d*E (JD2420000
VV    Peg   |- 28900); Max = 2433217.268 + 0.48838307d*E (JD2432800 - 38000)
VV    Peg   |[03506]; since JD2438000 - see Table.
VW    Peg   |P = 2.341295d?
VX    Peg   |The basic light variation is superimposed by the secondary one with
VX    Peg   |P = 80 - 90d:.
VZ    Peg   |[Fe/H] = -1.75.
WW    Peg   |P var. Max = 2433142 + 371.6d*E (JD2415670 - 33200) [00001]; since
WW    Peg   |JD2436800 - see Table.
ZZ    Peg   |Min II 12.5.
AE    Peg   |P var. Max = 2415470.866 + 0.4967388d*E (JD2415500 - 21000); Max =
AE    Peg   |2426161.544 + 0.496725d*E (JD2425400 - 31500); Max = 2432632.809 +
AE    Peg   |0.496692d*E (JD2431500 - 36000) [00001]; during JD2436000 - 40000 -
AE    Peg   |see Table. {Delta}(S) = 6.3.
AG    Peg   |SB2 (Porb = 820d [09580]). Maximum of brightness was in 1870, then
AG    Peg   |the very slow light decrease was observed that was superimposed
AG    Peg   |since 1935 by periodical light oscillations with A = 0.4m V and P =
AG    Peg   |Porb: Min = 2428250 + 827.d*E ( JD2428000-43000) [09587]. After
AG    Peg   |JD2442300 the period probably has changed: Min = 2442370 + 760d*E
AG    Peg   |[09587]. In 1962 - 1979 the range of brightness was 7.95m - 8.55m
AG    Peg   |V; M - m = 0.50P. Light minima correspond to the epochs of inferior
AG    Peg   |conjunction of M 3 III component. Spectrum var: Beq (1893 - 1919);
AG    Peg   |since 1922 the spectrum is symbiotic one, the M star spectrum being
AG    Peg   |more noticeable. Surrounded by a radio nebula with 1" half-power
AG    Peg   |diameter.
AN    Peg   |P var. Max = 2428045 + 274.1d*E (JD2424500 - 38500) [09581]; since
AN    Peg   |JD2438500 - see Table.
AO    Peg   |{Delta}(S) = 4.3.
AQ    Peg   |Min II 10.47; d = 0.030P. P var. Min I = 2424749.335 + 5.548419d*E
AQ    Peg   |(JD2424000 - 34000) [00980]; since JD2434000 - see Table.
AS    Peg   |Of the two stars circled in the chart in [06286], the southern
AS    Peg   |component varies.
AT    Peg   |Min II 9.04. P var. Min I = 2425862.337 + 1.1460988d*E (JD2425800 -
AT    Peg   |37500) [00001]; Min I = 2437497.542 + 1.146080d*E (JD2437490 -
AT    Peg   |40000) [06101]; Min I = 2440407*4370 + 1.1461007d*E (JD2440000 -
AT    Peg   |42400) [00001]; since JD2442400 - see Table.
AU    Peg   |Cepheid in a close binary system. SB1 (Porb = 53.319d, K1 = 41.8
AU    Peg   |km/s, {gamma} = -4.1 km/s, E = 0.12 [09582]). [Fe/H] = 0.1. P var.
AU    Peg   |Max = 2428729.76 + 2.3978d*E (JD2426500 - 28750) [00916]; Max =
AU    Peg   |2433151.976 + 2.38934d*E (JD2433150 - 35800); Max = 2439039.08 +
AU    Peg   |2.39079d*E (JD2435800 - 39100) [00001]; since JD2441700 - see
AU    Peg   |Table. There is a square term in the elements given in the Table:
AU    Peg   |+2.246d*10**(-6)*E**2. The shape of the light curve varies: 0.20P <
AU    Peg   |M - m < 0.47P.
AV    Peg   |P var. Max = 2416347.713 + 0.39036510d*E (JD2414000 - 26500)
AV    Peg   |[00752]; Max = 2426582.301 + 0.39037015d*E (JD2426500 - 36000)
AV    Peg   |[09584]; since JD2436000 - see Table. [Fe/H] = +0.02.
AW    Peg   |d = 0.07P, Min II 7.60.
BB    Peg   |Depth of Min II 0.60m. There is a square term in the elements given
BB    Peg   |in the Table: +2.3d*10**(-11)*E**2. dI = 0.05P; dII = 0.00P.
BF    Peg   |P var. Max = 2426589.293 + 0.495796d*E + 2.8d*10**(-9)*E**2
BF    Peg   |(JD2426500 - 28800) [00522]; Max = 2433200.312 + 0.495796d*E
BF    Peg   |(JD2429400 - 33200) [00001]; Max = 2437583.343 + 0.495674d*E
BF    Peg   |(JD2437500 - 39400) [00001]; since JD2442650 - see Table.
BG    Peg   |P var. Min = 2427386.3705 + 1.952452d*E (JD2426000 - 35000)
BG    Peg   |[03567]; Min = 2436453.509 + 1.95238d*E (JD2435000 - 43500)
BG    Peg   |[03624]; since JD2443500 - see Table.
BH    Peg   |P var. Max = 2426596.535 + 0.64101381d*E (JD2426500 - 28200)
BH    Peg   |[01038]; since JD2434400 - see Table. Blazhko effect. A var. Max (O
BH    Peg   |- C) = 2442929.03 + 39.8d*N [09588]. (k - b)2 = 0.09; {Delta}(S) =
BH    Peg   |5.
BI    Peg   |Waves with a cycle of 60 - 80d are superimposed.
BK    Peg   |Min II 10.47.
BO    Peg   |Min II 11.6. P var. Min I = 2427655.460 + 0.5804342d*E (JD2426500 -
BO    Peg   |35100) [02263]; since JD2444000 - see Table.
BP    Peg   |P1 = 0.084510d; P1:P0 = 0.77. Beat period Pb = 0.3698d [06604].
BS    Peg   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
BU    Peg   |Observations are represented by the elements in the intervals
BU    Peg   |JD2432000 - 34000, JD2438200 - 41400.
BX    Peg   |Depth of Min II 0.62m; dI = 0.05P; dII = 0.00P. P var. Min I =
BX    Peg   |2431323.278 + 0.2804238d*E (JD2424700 - 39000) [00279]; since
BX    Peg   |JD2439000 - see Table.
BY    Peg   |P var. Min I = 2424745.75 + 0.34193403d*E (JD2424700 - 35400);
BY    Peg   |since JD2435000 - see Table.
CC    Peg   |Min II 12.9.
CG    Peg   |{Delta}(S) = 2. P var?
CU    Peg   |d = 0.010P. P var. Min = 2433895.463 + 3.8801345d*E (JD2425500 -
CU    Peg   |34000) [00001]; Min = 2434221.392 + 3.880196d*E (JD2434000 - 36500)
CU    Peg   |[07929]; since JD2436500 - see Table.
CZ    Peg   |Min II 13.9.
DF    Peg   |Min II 9.2.
DG    Peg   |P var. Max = 2425857 + 148.15d*E (JD2425500 - 33500); since
DG    Peg   |JD2433500 - see Table.
DH    Peg   |P var. Max = 2414981.537 + 0.25550478d*E (JD2414000 - 24000)
DH    Peg   |[01158]; Max = 2427695.390 + 0.2555107d*E (JD2424000 - 33500)
DH    Peg   |[09590]; since JD2433500 - see Table. [Fe/H] = -0.9.
DI    Peg   |Min II 9.59. P var. Min I = 2425644.315 + 0.7118144d*E (JD2425500 -
DI    Peg   |30000) [02431]; Min I = 2437559.4096 + 0.7118182d*E (JD2430000 -
DI    Peg   |40000) [09592]; Min I = 2440159.6796 + 0.71181417d*E (JD2440000 -
DI    Peg   |44500); since JD2444500 - see Table.
DK    Peg   |d = 0.04P. P var. Min = 2427745.388 + 1.631801d*E (JD2427700 -
DK    Peg   |33700); since JD2433700 - see Table.
DM    Peg   |d = 0.03P; Min II 11.0.
DN    Peg   |Mean brightness varies with cycles 800 - 1400d and A = 0.2m - 0.4m.
DO    Peg   |P var. Min = 2434272.350 + 2.61394d*E (JD2428000 - 34700) [00485];
DO    Peg   |since JD2434700 - see Table.
DV    Peg   |Min II 12.1.
DY    Peg   |P var. Max = 2432751.9624 + 0.072926372d*E (JD2429000 - 38000);
DY    Peg   |since JD2438000 - see Table. The basic pulsation is superimposed by
DY    Peg   |the secondary one with P1 = 0.05570d [09594]. A var, M - m var (Pi
DY    Peg   |= 0.2358d): 0.55m < A < 0.67m, 0.24P < M - m < 0.42P. {Delta}(S) =
DY    Peg   |6.
DZ    Peg   |P var. Max = 2429127.211 + 0.6073407d*E (JD2419000 - 28800); Max =
DZ    Peg   |2429127.189 + 0.6073761d*E (JD2429100 - 33500); since JD2433500 -
DZ    Peg   |see Table.
EE    Peg   |Min II 7.06. The third body (Porb = 1464d, T0 = 2443120).
EF    Peg   |VB B (A 14.0m; B 5", 305{deg}).
EH    Peg   |d = 0.08P.
EQ    PegA  |VB A (B = EQb Peg; A = 6.87", Porb = 359 yr, E = 0.20. [09597]);
EQ    PegA  |{mu} = 0.560", P = 91.7{deg}. A (B) >= 1.4m.
EQ    PegB  |VB B (A = EQa Peg). a = 6.87'' P orb = 1464d, T0 = 2443120. A(U) >=
EQ    PegB  |1.9m.
ET    Peg   |{Delta}(S) = 4.
EU    Peg   |Min II 12.3.
EZ    Peg   |On 1943 November 16 the spectrum of the star was B [02875];
EZ    Peg   |probably at that time the star had a flare.
FL    Peg   |Min II 14.0.
FU    Peg   |Blazhko effect (Pi = 150d); A var; 15.2m <= Max <= 15.8m; 0.15P <=
FU    Peg   |M - m <= 0.50P.
GH    Peg   |Depth of Min II 0.13m.
GR    Peg   |P var. Max = 2436492 + 69.93d*E (JD2436420 - 38740); since
GR    Peg   |JD2440470 - see Table.
GT    Peg   |{mu} = 0.51", P = 96{deg}. Epoch of the light minimum is given.
GT    Peg   |During the flares A(U) < 3.6m.
GV    Peg   |{Delta}(S) = 5:.
GW    Peg   |Min II 15.1.
GX    Peg   |SB1 (Porb = 2.340939d [06103]).
GZ    Peg   |VB A (B 10.6m, A3V, 32.7", 198{deg}).
HN    Peg   |[Fe/H] = -0.09. Epoch of light minimum is given. The variability of
HN    Peg   |emission in H and K call lines with P = 4.63d was detected [09600].
HP    Peg   |Vr = -381 km/s.
HR    Peg   |S4+/1+ .
HZ    Peg   |Min II 17.6.
II    Peg   |{mu} = 0.575", p = 86.5{deg}. SB1 (T0 = 2443030.396 + 6.724464d*E);
II    Peg   |T0 is the epoch of the inferior conjunction of K-star. The epoch of
II    Peg   |the distortion wave maximum is given in the Table. Mean brightness
II    Peg   |of the system varies.
IK    Peg   |SB1 (Porb = 21.724d). Multiperiodicity [09609].
IM    Peg   |SB1 (Porb = 24.649d).
QQ    Peg   |Variability needs confirmation.
V0341 Peg   |SB, Porb = 2.1779d.
V0342 Peg   |Suspected SB.
V0405 Peg   |Type ZAND is also possible.
V0407 Peg   |MinII 9.69. O'Connell effect.
V0415 Peg   |VB (8.9m, 9.1m, 0.2", 316{deg}, 1996).
V0416 Peg   |VB (8.1m, 10.0m, 4", 36{deg}, 1991).
V0418 Peg   |SB2, Porb = 135.19d.
V0421 Peg   |Min II = 8.63.
V0429 Peg   |Blazhko effect, P = 80.2d.
V0437 Peg   |The object 1WASP J213004.12+120428.8 = 2RXP J213005.4+120426 = GSC
V0437 Peg   |1127.1390 was named V0437 Peg in 2013 (type BY, P= 0.5837:d).
V0437 Peg   |Howerer, because of the low resolution of SuperWASP data, this
V0437 Peg   |(non-variable) star is blended with a really variable star in 30"
V0437 Peg   |to the north, V15(NGC7078), cluster member. P varies. Streng
V0437 Peg   |Blazhko effect.
V0443 Peg   |Blazhko effect from Catalina data [80001].
V0444 Peg   |Superhumps: P = 0.097762d [80233].
V0460 Peg   |The period of ellipsoidal variations is tabulated. Pulsational
V0460 Peg   |periods: 0.06479d and 0.06337d. The A8 component pulsates.
V0473 Peg   |O'Connell effect.
V0479 Peg   |Period varies.
V0492 Peg   |P = 0.11068d for the main DSCTC mode. Multiperiodic, several other
V0492 Peg   |GDOR and DSCTC periods.
V0499 Peg   |VB A (A 10.90mJ; B 11.50mJ, 9", 324{deg}, 2000).
V0510 Peg   |Multiperiodic.
V0513 Peg   |Porb = 0.17918d.
V0517 Peg   |Blazhko effect?
V0521 Peg   |Porb = 0.05986d.
V0533 Peg   |VB AB (A 9.7mJ; B 11.3mJ, 4", 1 {deg}, 1998).
V0537 Peg   |Porb = 0.42234d.
V0550 Peg   |Blazhko effect.
V0553 Peg   |Blazhko effect?
V0585 Peg   |Multiperiodic.
V0598 Peg   |Porb is tabulated. Pspin = 0.02893d.
V0615 Peg   |Porb = 0.240946d from spectroscopy.
V0624 Peg   |SB, Porb = 0.05865d. High proper motion.
V0627 Peg   |A close southern companion of GSC 02197-00866. High proper motion.
V0643 Peg   |Double-mode pulsation. P2 = 0.73025d.
V0648 Peg   |Double-mode pulsation. P2 = 0.220793d.
V0674 Peg   |P = 0.3632d is not excluded.
bet   Peg   |VB A (B 11.2m, 109", 211{deg}).
eps   Peg   |VB A (B 12.66m, 81", 325{deg}; C 8.65m, 140", 321{deg}). Usually
eps   Peg   |varies in the range 2.29m - 2.44m V. On 1972 september 26/27 in the
eps   Peg   |interval 23h58m - 00h02m UT it was bright (0.7m V), then at 00h09m
eps   Peg   |UT decreased to 2.4m V [06875]. On 1847 November 5 the star was
eps   Peg   |3.5m, then the brightness increased but on November 6 it was still
eps   Peg   |fainter than normal [09606].
tau   Peg   |P2 = 0.04895d; PB = 0.4943d.
S     Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. OH, H2O, SiO maser.
S     Per   |In 1920 - 1969 there were secondary waves with cycles of 300d -
S     Per   |700d and {Delta}(m) ~1m [08630]; in 1935 - 1961 P1 = 807d, P2 =
S     Per   |930d [09694].
T     Per   |Other periodicities were noted. In the region of open cluster h,
T     Per   |{chi} Per.
U     Per   |P var. Max = 2411683 + 316.10d*E (before JD2422500); Max = 2422748
U     Per   |+ 326.53d*E (JD2422500 - 34000); since JD2434000 - see Table.
V     Per   |VB A (B 14m, 28", 278{deg}).
W     Per   |P2 = 2667d +- 460d is superimposed.
X     Per   |3U 0352 + 30. LX/Lopt = 10**(-2). ADS 2859 A (B = V397 Per, M3III,
X     Per   |22.5", 12{deg}). SB. IR excess. X-ray pulsar (P = 13.93m). Further
X     Per   |periodicities were noticed in X-ray, optical, spectroscopic
X     Per   |observations: 22.4h, 308.33d, 580.7d.
Y     Per   |P var. Max = 2414990 + 254.74d*E (JD2415000 - 18000); Max = 2418049
Y     Per   |+ 246.25d*E (JD2418000 - 22000); Max = 2422242 + 253.62d*E
Y     Per   |(JD2422000 - 41000); since JD2441000 - see Table.
Z     Per   |d = 0.028P; Min II 9.8. P var. Min = 2418173.663 + 3.056422d*E
Z     Per   |(JD2415000 - 19000) [01961]; Min = 2425481.416 + 3.05636d*E
Z     Per   |(JD2419000 - 31000) [00978]; since JD2431000 - see Table.
RR    Per   |P var. Max = 2424280 + 392.01d*E (JD2416000 - 28500); since
RR    Per   |JD2428500 - see Table.
RS    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. According to
RS    Per   |[01053], P = 152d.
RT    Per   |Min II 10.67. P var. Min = 2411963.2995 + 0.84941322d*E (JD2411317
RT    Per   |- 19400); Min = 2419702.3124 + 0.84940248d*E (JD2419400 - 29300);
RT    Per   |Min = 2429751.6066 + 0.84941274d*E (JD2429300 - 33000); since
RT    Per   |JD2433000 - see Table.
RV    Per   |Min II 10.4. P var. Min = 2417972.345 + 1.973489d*E (JD2417000 -
RV    Per   |25500); since JD2432500 - see Table.
RW    Per   |The light curve shape var, d = 0.03P - 0.000P. Min II 9.78. P var.
RW    Per   |Before JD2425720 Min = 2425720.0185 + 13.198910d*E; Min =
RW    Per   |2429217.5946 + 13.198399d*E (JD2425720 - 36700); since JD2436700 -
RW    Per   |see Table.
RY    Per   |d = 0.014P; Min II 8.65.
RZ    Per   |S 3/7 e. P var. Before JD2430500 Max = 2415034 + 353.19d*E; since
RZ    Per   |JD2430500 - see Table.
ST    Per   |VB A (B 12.1m, 11.6", 6{deg}, 1928). d = 0.014P, Min II 9.62. P
ST    Per   |var. Min = 2419030.5038 + 2.6483615d*E (JD2418500 - 27000) [09740];
ST    Per   |Min = 2429528.5897 + 2.6483488d*E (JD2427000 - 34600) [02389]; Min
ST    Per   |= 2439091.716 + 2.648353d*E (JD2439000 - 42400); since JD2442400 -
ST    Per   |see Table.
SU    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
SV    Per   |[A/H] = 0.6. SB2, hot companion. P var? Before JD2435000 Max =
SV    Per   |2419055.145 + 11.12875d*E [02431]; since JD2435000 - see Table.
SX    Per   |[A/H] = 0. The chart in [08300]
SY    Per   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 1528.
TU    Per   |{Delta}(m), P var. Before JD2427200 Max = 2418572.288 +
TU    Per   |0.6070775d*E; Max = 2427119.334 + 0.6070643d*E (JD2427200 - 36000);
TU    Per   |since JD2436000 - see Table.
TV    Per   |P2 = 1080d is superimposed.
TX    Per   |[Fe/H] = -0.88. OH maser.
TZ    Per   |VB A (B14m, 13", 290{deg}). Mu {alpha} = +0.012", {mu} {delta} =
TZ    Per   |-0.050". In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
UX    Per   |[A/H] = -0.3.
UY    Per   |[A/H] = -0.3. In the region of the open clusters King 4, Czernik 8.
UZ    Per   |P2 = 91d is superimposed.
VV    Per   |Twice shorter P is possible [00960].
VX    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. [A/H] = -0.2. P
VX    Per   |var. Since JD2431000 - see Table.
VY    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. [A/H] = -0.3.
VZ    Per   |VB A (B 16.9m pg, 17", 180{deg}). In the region of the open cluster
VZ    Per   |Tr 2.
WY    Per   |P var. Min = 2425234.460 + 3.327126d*E (JD2421500 - 26000) [01072];
WY    Per   |since JD2441500 - see Table.
XX    Per   |VB A (B 9.7m vis, 21", 176{deg}, 1909). Mean brightness var, P =
XX    Per   |4100d.
XY    Per   |ADS 2788 AB ({delta}(mV) = 0.6m - 2.5m, 1.4", 75{deg}, SpA = A2II,
XY    Per   |SpB = B6e). IR excess.
XZ    Per   |Min II 11.6. P var? Min = 2425150.439 + 1.1516282d*E (JD2425000 -
XZ    Per   |29000) [00522]; Min = 2437932.411 + 1.1516347d*E +
XZ    Per   |0.005d*sin(0.09091{deg}*E) (JD2432000 - 38000) [00001]; since
XZ    Per   |JD2438000 - see Table.
YZ    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
ZZ    Per   |The coordinates are possibly erroneous.
AB    Per   |d = 0.045P; Min II 10.5. VB ({Delta}(m) = 0.0m vis, 0.20",
AB    Per   |86.4{deg}, 1978).
AD    Per   |Mean brightness var, P = 2950d. In the region of the open cluster
AD    Per   |h, {chi} Per.
AE    Per   |P2 = 2150d is superimposed.
AG    Per   |ADS 2990 A (B {Delta}(m) = 2.0m, 0.9", 225{deg}, 1975; C 12.6m,
AG    Per   |36", 118{deg}, 1948). The combined brightness AB is given. Min II
AG    Per   |7.00, DII = 0.10P, dII = 0. Apsidal motion: Min II - Min I =
AG    Per   |1.01435d + 0.0884d*sin(0.0278{deg}*E + 49.1{deg}).
AR    Per   |P var, nonlinear term: +1.18d*10**(-11)*E**2. [Fe/H] = -0.17.
AS    Per   |{Delta}(m) var, d ({Delta}(B))/dt = -0.01m/yr.
AV    Per   |P = 250 - 300d.
AW    Per   |SB2, companion B6V, {Delta}(m) (companion - AW) = 2.8m vis.
AX    Per   |Epoch of Min is given. The variability with {Delta}(m) up to 0.7m
AX    Per   |pg is caused probably by the orbital motion. Outburst activity is
AX    Per   |superimposed.
AY    Per   |d = 0.009P.
BE    Per   |In the region of the open cluster CR 39.
BI    Per   |In the region of the open cluster Berk 9.
BL    Per   |P = 125 - 130d.
BM    Per   |[Fe/H] = -0.04.
BP    Per   |Min II = Min I. In the region of the open cluster Cr 39.
BU    Per   |Max brightness var, P = 8.1yr [01085]. In the region of the open
BU    Per   |cluster h, {chi} Per.
CC    Per   |Min II 14.1.
CI    Per   |P var (3.35d - 3.40d), possibly with a period of 4000d. The light
CI    Per   |curve shape var.
CK    Per   |d = 0.05P:.
CM    Per   |d = 0.052P. In the region of the open cluster Stock 2.
CO    Per   |In the region of the open cluster Stock 2.
CR    Per   |Elements need confirmation. In the region of the open cluster Stock
CR    Per   |2.
CS    Per   |In the region of the open cluster Stock 2.
CZ    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DE    Per   |d = 0.01P?
DF    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DG    Per   |d = 0.021P.
DK    Per   |The depth of Min II 0.05m. In the region of the open cluster h,
DK    Per   |{chi} Per.
DM    Per   |Min II 8.02, DII = 0.17P. Depths of Minima, the shape of Min II
DM    Per   |var. In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DO    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DP    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DR    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DS    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DT    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DU    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
DV    Per   |Min II 14.5.
DY    Per   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 2.
DZ    Per   |Min II 14.7. In the region of the open cluster Tr 2.
EL    Per   |Before JD2428900 Max = 2427980 + 167d*E; during JD2428900 - 31000 -
EL    Per   |see Table.
EO    Per   |IR excess?
ER    Per   |Mean brightness var, P ~900d.
EU    Per   |Min brightness var, P ~900d.
EW    Per   |Superimposed waves 70d - 180d. In the region of the open cluster
EW    Per   |Stock 4.
EX    Per   |Min II 12.5.
FM    Per   |VB A (B 12.1m, 3", 285{deg}). P var? Max = 2429982.268 +
FM    Per   |0.489199d*E (JD2428000 - 30600); During JD2433700 - 36000 - see
FM    Per   |Table.
FR    Per   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 1528.
FV    Per   |Cycles 300 - 350d, 1800d:.
FX    Per   |d = 0.04P. In the region of the open cluster NGC 1582.
FY    Per   |Possible periods 0.0702d, 0.4407d. Photometric spectral type B1V.
FZ    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
GH    Per   |P = 220d is possible.
GK    Per   |SB2 (sdBE + K2IVp). The following types of activity are being
GK    Per   |observed after the return to the normal brightness: rapid irregular
GK    Per   |variations ({Delta}(m) ~0.1m in several minutes); irregular
GK    Per   |fluctuations from night to night ({Delta}(m) up to 0.3m); slow
GK    Per   |irregular variations ({Delta}(m) = 1.5m in several dozen days);
GK    Per   |bursts with light increase in 10d - 30d and decrease in 10d - 40d,
GK    Per   |{Delta}(m) up to 3.5m, the mean interval between bursts being
GK    Per   |{delta}(t) = 820d [09686,09788]. According to [10198], the radial
GK    Per   |velocities are represented with the elements Max (Vr > 0) =
GK    Per   |2444912.966 + 1.996803d*E (Kabs = 124 km/s, Kem = 34 km/s).
GK    Per   |According to [10199], the 2d variation is modulated with a period
GK    Per   |of 0.131623d, Max ({delta}(Vr)) ~2443787.995 (Kabs = 15 km/s, Kem =
GK    Per   |20 km/s). During a burst the sinusoidal modulation of X-ray flux
GK    Per   |was recorded, Tmax = 24455555.67456 + 0.004066443d*E [09786].
GK    Per   |ExpAnding envelope (0.454"/yr, 1948 - 1964; 0.432"/yr, 1964 - 1981,
GK    Per   |[09787]).
GP    Per   |[A/H] = -0.5.
GQ    Per   |According to [00021], Sp K0.
HQ    Per   |[A/H] = -0.3.
HS    Per   |In the region of the open cluster Stock 4.
HV    Per   |d ~0.03P.
HW    Per   |Min II 13.3. Min II - Min I = 0.45P:.
HY    Per   |Three of the four min in [01079] are not satisfied with the
HY    Per   |elements.
HZ    Per   |[A/H] = -0.8. B_V: +1.93, +2.34.
II    Per   |Min II 13.6. In the region of the open cluster NGC 1582.
IK    Per   |Min II 11.6.
IM    Per   |Min II 12.7. The elements need confirmation. In the region of the
IM    Per   |open cluster Cr 39.
IO    Per   |H2O maser.
IP    Per   |IR excess.
IQ    Per   |dI = 0.02P. Min II 7.88, DII = 0.12P, dII = 0.03P, Min II - Min I =
IQ    Per   |0.53P. P var? VB A (B = BD + 47{deg} 921, 9.30m, A0V np:, 39.3",
IQ    Per   |175{deg}); SB1.
IT    Per   |dI = 0.06P. Min II 10.0, DII = 0.24P:, dII = 0.16P:. VB ({Delta}(m)
IT    Per   |= 1.7m, 12", 37{deg}). The range of the combined brightness is
IT    Per   |given.
IW    Per   |SB1. Min II 5.83.
IX    Per   |The depth of Min II 0.02m. VB A (B 10.6m, 5", 208{deg}).
IZ    Per   |Min II 8.3.
KK    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
KP    Per   |Beat phenomenon: P1 - see Table, A1 = 0.0323m B; P2 = 0.1980855d,
KP    Per   |A2 = 0.0235M B; P3 = 0.2270986d, A3 = 0.0072M B.
KR    Per   |Min II 11.1.
KS    Per   |SB (Porb = 360.47d). The main component is a helium star. Besides
KS    Per   |the semiregular variability (see Table), variations were noted with
KS    Per   |P = 50 - 100 Min and {Delta}(m) of several hundredths of a
KS    Per   |magnitude. IR excess. Variable polarization (P - 1%).
KT    Per   |Quasi-periodic oscillations during outbursts: P = 22.9s - 29.5s
KT    Per   |[05959], 82s, 90s, 147s [09791], {Delta}(m) up to ~0.01m.
KV    Per   |[Fe/H] = -0.96. P var. Max = 2428950.400 + 0.24942d*E (JD2428950 -
KV    Per   |29200); since JD2429500 - see Table.
KW    Per   |Min II 10.8. P var. Min = 2426295.450 + 0.931255d*E (JD2423400 -
KW    Per   |39500) [04009]; since JD2440000 - see Table.
KY    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
KZ    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LL    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LM    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LN    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LO    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LP    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LQ    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LR    Per   |Very red. In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
LX    Per   |DII = 0.05P. Migrating distortion wave: P = 475d [09792],
LX    Per   |{Delta}(m) up to 0.04m.
MS    Per   |Min II 12.1.
MX    Per   |IR excess.
NP    Per   |Min II 13.0.
NR    Per   |P var. Max = 2416780 + 323.0d*E (JD2415750 - 24550); Max = 2435060
NR    Per   |+ 340.2d*E (JD243350 - 35400); since JD2436700 - see Table.
NU    Per   |A close pair, var is the southern star.
OV    Per   |D ~2h.
PP    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
PR    Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
QR    Per   |Red.
QU    Per   |d = 0.03P.
QW    Per   |Min II 14.7:.
QX    Per   |Min II 16.1.
V0345 Per   |In the nebula NGC 1579.
V0346 Per   |In the nebula NGC 1579.
V0347 Per   |In the nebula NGC 1579.
V0351 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0352 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0354 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0355 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0356 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0357 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. P = 0.21955d is
V0357 Per   |possible.
V0358 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0359 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0360 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. Other possible
V0360 Per   |periods: 0.40036d, 0.40154d.
V0361 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0363 Per   |Red.
V0364 Per   |Min II 15.6, Max II 14.8.
V0365 Per   |Min II 14.3:.
V0376 Per   |P2 = 0.09165d, A2 = 0.016m; P1 - see Table, A1 = 0.037m. A var.
V0380 Per   |SB (Porb = 26d?). The epoch of Min light is given.
V0382 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0392 Per   |The southern component of a very close pair.
V0394 Per   |H2O maser.
V0395 Per   |VB A (B 3.5", 90{deg}).
V0396 Per   |In the region of the open cluster {alpha} Per. Observations are
V0396 Per   |also satisfied by P ~1.678d. According to [07586], P = 2.4928d or
V0396 Per   |1.6857d.
V0397 Per   |ADS 2859 B (A = X Per; B 22.5", 12{deg}).
V0398 Per   |IN type is also possible.
V0403 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0409 Per   |Epoch of Min is given.
V0423 Per   |ADS 2433 A (B 11.9m, 30.8", 99.2{deg}); SB. Porb is given.
V0424 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. IR excess.
V0425 Per   |VB A(B 12.8m, 3.6", C 14.3m, 6.8"). In the region of the open
V0425 Per   |cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0428 Per   |According to [08639], type IS?
V0432 Per   |Min II 11.6.
V0434 Per   |Min II 14.9.
V0436 Per   |Min II 5.74; Min II - Min I = 0.413P; D II = 0.03P.
V0437 Per   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 744.
V0438 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. VB (8.7m, 10.9m,
V0438 Per   |1".2, 26{deg}). Min II 8.34. The range of combined brightness
V0438 Per   |variation is given. The bright component is considered to be
V0438 Per   |variable. This suggestion needs verification.
V0439 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per.
V0440 Per   |In the region of the open cluster h, {chi} Per. ADS 1820 A (B
V0440 Per   |14.5m, 8".3, 122{deg}).
V0449 Per   |Min II 13.3.
V0451 Per   |Min II 15.8.
V0459 Per   |In the {alpha} Per cluster.
V0461 Per   |In the {alpha} Per cluster.
V0462 Per   |Min II 14.0.
V0465 Per   |P2 = 0.030d is superimposed.
V0466 Per   |Superposition of P1 = 5300d +- 250d, P2 = 475d +- 35d ({Delta}(m) =
V0466 Per   |1.1m), P3 = 0.26d ({Delta}(m) = 0.5).
V0468 Per   |P1 = 925s, P2 = 1022s. {mu} = 0".29, p = 170{deg}.
V0469 Per   |Changes of line profiles with periods 0.150d, 0.188d, 0.304d,
V0469 Per   |0.476d, 0.608d, 1.88d [09814]. In 1978/1979 non-radial pulsations
V0469 Per   |were observed: P1 = 1.74d. P2 = 2.04d [04173,04180].
V0470 Per   |VB A (B 18.8m B, 1" - 2").
V0471 Per   |The central star of the planetary nebula M1-2 = VV8. According to
V0471 Per   |[09815,09816], const.
V0547 Per   |High proper motion (LTT 10610) not confirmed by HIPPARCOS data.
V0580 Per   |The variability may be due to the fainter (B) component.
V0582 Per   |A single deep minimum at the bottom of the small-amplitude (5.63 -
V0582 Per   |5.64) wave.
V0592 Per   |VB (0".2, 197 {deg}, 1989.7).
V0680 Per   |MinII 14.07.
V0732 Per   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0751 Per   |Min II = 11.90 :. MinII - MinI = 0.450P.
V0752 Per   |Beperiodic, P2 = 0.0265d.
V0753 Per   |Min II = 13.71.
V0754 Per   |Min II = 12.30. MinII - MinI = 0.412P.
V0756 Per   |Min II = 12.90.
V0757 Per   |Multiperiodic. The range is in the Geneva B passband. VB A (B
V0757 Per   |12.2mV, 7", 185{deg}, 2007).
V0758 Per   |Min II = 10.70.
V0789 Per   |Min II = 13.4.
V0871 Per   |Min II = 11.38.
V0873 Per   |Min II = 11.5.
V0874 Per   |VB AB (4", 215{deg}, 1998).
V0876 Per   |Min II = 14.1.
V0877 Per   |Min II = 14.0.
V0880 Per   |Min II = 13.7. Type EA with D = 0.11P is not excluded.
V0881 Per   |Min II = 11.01. O'Connell effect.
V0882 Per   |Min II = 12.10.
V0884 Per   |Min II = 11.21.
V0885 Per   |Min II = 13.45.
V0886 Per   |Min II = 14.1.
V0887 Per   |Min II = 10.30.
V0888 Per   |A twice longer period is possible.
V0889 Per   |Multiperiodic. SB, Porb = 31.9456d.
V0890 Per   |Min II = 12.05.
V0894 Per   |Min II = 10.95. Type EB is not completely excluded.
V0899 Per   |Min II = 13.17.
V0901 Per   |Min II = 10.70.
V0912 Per   |Min II = 12.5.
V0919 Per   |VB B (A = V711 Per, 15.4mI; B 15.8mI, 8", 321{deg}, 1999).
V0920 Per   |VB A (B = V716 Per, 14.1m, 9", 293{deg}, 1999).
V0929 Per   |Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0930 Per   |Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0931 Per   |Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0932 Per   |Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0934 Per   |Min II = 15.85. O'Connell effect.
V0935 Per   |Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0936 Per   |Min II = 15.2.
V0939 Per   |Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0943 Per   |Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0944 Per   |Min II = 16.78. Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0945 Per   |Min II = 16.20. Outside the cluster tidal radius.
V0947 Per   |Min II = 13.95.
V0951 Per   |Min II = 13.14.
V0958 Per   |A twice longer period is possible.
V0959 Per   |Min II = 10.7 :.
V0960 Per   |Min II = 11.83.
V0963 Per   |Min II = 13.7.
V0964 Per   |Min II = 12.90.
V0966 Per   |MinII - MinI = 0.33P. e = 0.284.
V0982 Per   |MinII - MinI = 0.38P.
V1024 Per   |VB A (B 4", 168{deg}, 1989).
V1035 Per   |Type DSCT with P = 0.1441d is also possible.
V1036 Per   |Type SR with P = 71d is not excluded.
V1041 Per   |Type SR with P = 160d is not excluded.
V1043 Per   |The epoch in the Table corresponds to the eclipse-like feature of
V1043 Per   |the light curve but not to the overall brightness minimum.
V1056 Per   |VB A (B 6", 80{deg}, 2000; other companions). The magnitudes in the
V1056 Per   |Table are for combined brightness; if corrected for neighbors, the
V1056 Per   |approximate range is 11.75 - (12.4m*.
V1057 Per   |Type ELL with a twice longer period is not excluded.
V1058 Per   |O'Connell effect.
V1060 Per   |VB A (B 6", 1{deg}, 1999).
V1066 Per   |O'Connell effect.
V1078 Per   |Multiperiodic. P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.143832d.
bet   Per   |Multiple system (Eclipsing pair = Algol AB; Algol C 4.7m, Am, a =
bet   Per   |0".10, Porb = 1.862a); Algol AB = ADS 2362 A (B 12.7m, 57".5,
bet   Per   |156{deg}, 1920). P var. P = 2.8673442d (1784 - 1835); P =
bet   Per   |2.8673012d (1835 - 1854); P = 2.8672775d (1854 - 1901); P =
bet   Per   |2.8672967d (1901 - 1913); P = 2.8672506d (1913 - 1915) [06156]; Min
bet   Per   |I = 2424477.806 + 2.86730236d*E (JD2420500 - 25000); Min =
bet   Per   |2425917.203 + 2.86732697d*E (JD2425000 - 277000); Min I =
bet   Per   |2433194.454 + 2.86731667d*E (JD2427700 - 33600); Min I =
bet   Per   |2433928.4944 + 2.86732442d*E (JD2433600 - 37000); Min I =
bet   Per   |2437598.6766 + 2.86733732d*E (JD2437000 - 42200); since JD2442200 -
bet   Per   |see Table. Porb (Algol C) = 1.862a may be traced in the deviations;
bet   Per   |a period of 32a may also be real. Depth of Min I var. Variable
bet   Per   |polarization, changes in hydrogen line profiles, sometimes
bet   Per   |emissions in the spectrum. Radio source with frequent burst of
bet   Per   |different amplitude, faint X-ray source.
del   Per   |Variable emission {lambda} 1650 A [06905]. Vr var, A = 16 km/s.
ksi   Per   |In the far IR range ({lambda} = 10 mkm) {Delta}(m) > 1m. In the far
ksi   Per   |IR range ({lambda} = 10 mkm ) {Delta}(m) > 1m; the variability is
ksi   Per   |related to mass loss.
omi   Per   |VB A (B 8.4m, 0.96'', 29.7{deg},1972). Possible superposition of
omi   Per   |BCEP type oscilations.
rho   Per   |A slower variation of the mean light is possible.
phi   Per   |SB2. (Porb = 126.696d). v*sin(i) = 450km/s. A var (P ~Porb).
b     Per   |SB2. Depths of minima differ by 0.03m. Third body? , P = 701d.
b     Per   |Radio source. In the region of the open cluster NGC 1545.
R     Phe   |P var. Max = 2405121 + 271.0d*E(JD2405000 - 11500); Max = 2414570 +
R     Phe   |266.26d*E(JD2414500 - 25500); since JD2425500 - see Table.
T     Phe   |P var. Max = 2411252 + 281.00d*E(JD2410000 - 30000); since
T     Phe   |JD2430000 - see Table.
W     Phe   |P var. Max = 2414960 + 328.65d*E(JD2414500 - 19500); Max = 2424530
W     Phe   |+ 332.87d*E(JD2424500 - 30200); since JD2436000 - see Table.
RS    Phe   |P var?
RT    Phe   |P = 208d?
RV    Phe   |P var?; (k-b)2 = 0.06; {Delta}(S) = 8:
SX    Phe   |{mu} = 0.894", ro = 163.1{deg}. P var. Max = 2433923.9618 +
SX    Phe   |0.054964519d*E1 - 0.00337d*sin(2{pi}*(0.28503379*E1 + 0.074))
SX    Phe   |(JD2433900 - 36900); since JD2436900 - see Table. There is a
SX    Phe   |periodic term in the elements given in the Table:
SX    Phe   |-0.00325*sin(2{pi}*(0.28503575*E2 - 0.107)). According to [09614]
SX    Phe   |for epoch 1950.0 P0 = 0.054964509, P1 = 0.042772831, Pb =
SX    Phe   |0.1928355; dP0/dt = -87*10**(-13), dP1/dt = -174*10**(-13), dPb/dt
SX    Phe   |= 2.46*10**(-10). P1/P0 = 0.778; 0.8m <= A <= 0.3m; 0.2p <= M-m <=
SX    Phe   |0.4p. [Fe/H] = -0.6.
WW    Phe   |Min II 12.7.
YZ    Phe   |Min II 13.0.
AD    Phe   |Min II 10.80. P var. Min I = 2436847.375 + 0.3799277*E (JD2428650 -
AD    Phe   |36850); since JD2436850 - see Table.
AE    Phe   |Min II 8.19; 0.033p <= dI <= 0.05p; dII = 0.00. The shape of the
AE    Phe   |light curve varies with periods 55.9d and 95.3d [09615]. P var. Min
AE    Phe   |I = 2440857.8140 + 0.36237459*E (JD2438250 - 40870) [07388]; Min I
AE    Phe   |= 2441969.57074 + 0.36237186d*E (JD2440870 - 42000) [09616]; Min I
AE    Phe   |= 2442654.8201 + 0.3623741d*E (JD2441950 - 42660) [09533]; since
AE    Phe   |JD2443700 - see Table.
AG    Phe   |Min II 8.95. P var. Min I = 2440415.231 + 0.7553429d*E (JD243800 -
AG    Phe   |40850); since JD2443750 - see Table.
AI    Phe   |Min II 8.89; dI = 0.0035; Min II - Min I = 0.46p.
AU    Phe   |Min II 13.0. According to [09517] the P value given in the Table is
AU    Phe   |wrong.
AX    Phe   |{mu} = 0.234", p = 70{deg}. Multiperiodical: P i = 606.8s, 682.7s,
AX    Phe   |744.7s, 840.2s (Ai ~0.01m).
CG    Phe   |Type RRC: is also possible.
CZ    Phe   |The first-overtone period is tabulated. P0 = 0.56680d,
CZ    Phe   |{Delta}(m)1/{Delta}(m)0 = 1.9.
DN    Phe   |Blazhko effect?
DP    Phe   |P probably varies.
DR    Phe   |Blazhko effect, P=40.17d [81056].
gam   Phe   |SB1 (P orb = 193.85d).
zet   Phe   |VB A (B 7.0m, A7:, 0.46", 51.4{deg}, 1965.9; C 8.0m, F7V, 6.4").
zet   Phe   |Total light range of A and B components is given in the Table. Min
zet   Phe   |II 4.22, MinII - MinI = 0.507p; dII = 0.02p.
iot   Phe   |VB A (B 12.7m, 7.7", 270{deg}).
ksi   Phe   |VB A (B 12.1m, 13.2", 253{deg}). Epoch of MinI(v) is given in the
ksi   Phe   |Table. A(v) = 0.13m.
rho   Phe   |Frequency analysis results see also in [09619,09620, 9621].
psi   Phe   |SB.
R     Pic   |P var. Max = 2413413 + 165.8d*E (JD2413000 - 23600); since
R     Pic   |JD2423600 - see Table. Light curve (1923 - 1953) [01054].
S     Pic   |P var. Max = 2413595 + 424.7d*E (JD2405500 - 23000); since
S     Pic   |JD2423000 - see Table. OH emission.
U     Pic   |P var. Max = 2428103.565 + 0.44036450*E (JD2414000 - 29000)
U     Pic   |[00353]; since JD2438400 - see Table. (k - b)2 = 0.17; {Delta}(S) =
U     Pic   |3.
X     Pic   |Min II 10.8
RR    Pic   |Since 1965 periodic light variations were detected with A(B) =
RR    Pic   |0.33m and elements Max = 2438815.380 + 0.14502545d*E. These
RR    Pic   |variations are superimposed by others with A(B) = 0.036m and period
RR    Pic   |~15.6 min or 15.4 min [09612]. There are also rapid oscillations
RR    Pic   |with periods in the range 20 - 40s [09613].
RT    Pic   |Not seen only on one plate; defect?
RV    Pic   |Min II 9.79.
SU    Pic   |Min II 10.4.
VW    Pic   |Variability may be due to component B.
VZ    Pic   |Kapteyn's star.
AL    Pic   |Blazhko effect, P = 34.0d.
AM    Pic   |VB A (A 9.6m; B = HD 273920, 10.3m, Sp K7, 27", 123{deg}, 2000).
AM    Pic   |The tabulated range is for the combined brightness.
AO    Pic   |VB (A 9.7m; B 11.1m, 2.1", 39{deg}, 1929).
AS    Pic   |Min II = 11.10. dP/dt = +0.38 x 10^(-5)d/yr.
AU    Pic   |Min II = 14.3.
AW    Pic   |Blazhko effect. P(Bl) = 756d [81001].
AX    Pic   |P varies.
AY    Pic   |SB2.
del   Pic   |Min II 4.83.
R     Psc   |P var. Max = 2418070 + 344.14d*E (JD2397070 - 27700); Max = 2432866
R     Psc   |+ 347.1d*E(JD2427300 - 33000) - see Table.
S     Psc   |P var. Max = 2406665 + 405.6d*E (JD2398944 - 2407100); Max =
S     Psc   |2415930 + 402.6d*E (JD2407100 - 16500); Max = 2421295 + 413.7d*E
S     Psc   |(JD2416500 - 21500) - see Table.
U     Psc   |P var. Max = 2417230 + 172.71d*E (JD2407720 - 18000); Max = 2423840
U     Psc   |+ 174.3d*E (JD2418000 - 24000) [00001]; Max = 2424527 + 170.3d*E
U     Psc   |(JD2423000 - 26100) [00960]; Max = 2432514 + 174.05d*E (JD2425000 -
U     Psc   |33000) [00001]; since JD2433000 - see Table.
W     Psc   |P var. Max = 2412690 + 189.08d*E (JD2412692 - 27100) [01193]; since
W     Psc   |JD2435000 - see Table.
X     Psc   |P var. Max = 2433474 + 357.3*E (JD24295000 - 38000); since
X     Psc   |JD2438000 - see Table.
Y     Psc   |P var. Min = 2410002.844 + 3.76582d*E (JD2410000 - 19700) [09707];
Y     Psc   |Min = 2425495.522 + 3.765903d*E (JD2423200 - 6300) [01072]; Min =
Y     Psc   |2430613.384 + 3.7658895d*E (JD2427300 - 30620); Min = 2432865.357 +
Y     Psc   |3.7658405d*E (JD2430620 - 32900); Min = 2435693.452 + 3.7657765d*E
Y     Psc   |(JD2432860 - 36600) [00001]; Min = 2441225.473 + 3.765859d*E
Y     Psc   |(JD2439000 - 42500) [06956]; Min = 2443142.29056 + 3.7658491d*E
Y     Psc   |(JD2442500 - 44000) [08593]; since JD2444000 - see Table.
RS    Psc   |In the region of the galaxy NGC 251.
RT    Psc   |Mean brightness varies with P2 = 533d. According to [08643] 30d <=
RT    Psc   |P1 <= 70d.
RU    Psc   |[Fe/H] = -1.65. P var. [00752,09714] Max = 2415407.609 +
RU    Psc   |0.3903008d*E (JD2414400 - 15700); Max = 2416022.660 + 0.3902139d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2415700 - 16600); Max = 2417244.537 + 0.3902878d*E (JD2416600 -
RU    Psc   |19200); Max = 2419936.853 + 0.3903520d*E (JD2419200 - 22000); Max =
RU    Psc   |2425894.778 + 0.3903016d*E (JD2422000 - 26200); Max = 2426214.829 +
RU    Psc   |0.3903546d*E (JD2426200 - 27300); Max = 2427397.519: + 0.3902216d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2427300 - 28000); Max = 2428165.524 + 0.3903535d*E (JD2428000 -
RU    Psc   |29300); Max = 2429488.868: + 0.3904577d*E (JD2429300 - 600)
RU    Psc   |[00752]. Max = 2430053.353 + 0.390202d*E (JD2430000 - 650); Max =
RU    Psc   |2430935.366 + 0.390354d*E (JD2430600 - 940); Max = 2431331.307 +
RU    Psc   |0.390457d*E (JD2430940 - 31350); Max = 2432119.417 + 0.390346d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2431350 - 32120); Max = 2433162.250 + 0.390283d*E (JD2432100 -
RU    Psc   |33200); Max = 2433905.311 + 0.390261d*E (JD2433200 - 33910); Max =
RU    Psc   |2433905.311 + 0.390321d*E (JD2433900 - 35430); Max = 2435429.502 +
RU    Psc   |0.390412d*E (JD2435420 - 35800); Max = 2435781.265 + 0.39027d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2435780 - 36130); Max = 2436501.361 + 0.39032d*E (JD2436130 -
RU    Psc   |36510); Max = 2436534.190 + 0.39043d*E (JD2436500 - 36850); Max =
RU    Psc   |2436845.351 + 0.39025d*E (JD2436840 - 37200); Max = 2437181.358 +
RU    Psc   |0.39031d*E (JD2437180 - 37610); Max = 2437994.329 + 0.39026d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2437610 - 38000); [00001]. Max = 2438303.950 + 0.39040d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2438000 - 38400) [03879]. Max = 2438375.409 + 0.39027d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2438370 - 38650) [00001]. Max = 2439435.2421 + 0.390385d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2438650 - 39500) [09713]. Max = 2439435.242 + 0.390313d*E
RU    Psc   |(JD2439430 - 39800); Max = 2439771.3049 + 0.39046d*E (JD2439770 -
RU    Psc   |40140) [00001]. Since JD2440140 - see Table. According to [03569] A
RU    Psc   |var with P = 28.8d.
RV    Psc   |Min II 12.0.
RY    Psc   |(k-b)2 = 0.03, {Delta}(S) = 7. P var. Max = 2419677.268 +
RY    Psc   |0.52971027d*E (JD2414000 - 22000); Max = 2425148.192 +
RY    Psc   |0.52972643d*E (JD2422000 - 25500) [01337]; Max = 2425508.390 +
RY    Psc   |0.5297291d*E (JD2425500 - 40000); Max = 2441538.476 + 0.52972911d*E
RY    Psc   |(JD2441000 - 41650) [07984]; since JD2442660 - see Table.
RZ    Psc   |Algol-like.
SS    Psc   |(k-b)2 = 0.19; {Delta}(S) = 2. Blazhko effect: -0.04d <= O-C <=
SS    Psc   |+0.04d; Min(O-C) = 2437520 + 136d*E [09731].
SU    Psc   |Min II 11.3.
SW    Psc   |P var. Max = 2425177.298 + 0.5212844d*E (JD2419670 - 25200)
SW    Psc   |[04191]; Max = 2425177.256 + 0.5212642d*E (JD2425170 - 38000)
SW    Psc   |[03506]. Since JD2438600 - see Table. There is a periodic term in
SW    Psc   |the elements given in the Table: + 0.0132d*sin(5.440{deg}*(E + 2)).
SW    Psc   |Blazhko effect (Pi = 34.5d).
SX    Psc   |P var. Min = 2427811.357 + 0.825882d*E (JD2425580 - 36000) [01218];
SX    Psc   |Min = 2437202.453 + 0.825877d*E (JD2436000 - 39900) [00001]; since
SX    Psc   |JD2439800 - see Table.
SZ    Psc   |Min II 7.38. P var. There is a square term in the elements given in
SZ    Psc   |the Table: -0.113d*10**(-6)*E**2.
TY    Psc   |Porb = 0.080d [09735]. The cycle of supermaxima is 370d [09675].
UU    Psc   |VB A (B 7.60m, F4V, 11.5", 148{deg}, 1966.9). Min II 6.04; Min II -
UU    Psc   |Min I = 0.55P. Elliptical orbit and rotation of the line of apsides
UU    Psc   |are possible.
UV    Psc   |Min II 9.54. P var. Min I = 2424134.574 + 0.8610475d*E (JD2414600 -
UV    Psc   |24150) [00001]; Min I = 2428038.555 + 0.861046d*E (JD2424150 -
UV    Psc   |36700) [02924]; since JD2436700 - see Table. The shape of the light
UV    Psc   |curve varies.
UW    Psc   |Min II 11.0:.
UZ    Psc   |SB1 (Porb > 1 yr [05751]).
VZ    Psc   |Mu = 0.43", P = 65{deg}. Min II 10.43.
WW    Psc   |VB A (B 13.1m, 31").
WX    Psc   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
ZZ    Psc   |P1 = 612s, P2 = 816s [07476]. Nonradial modes [08467].
AG    Psc   |P (Vr) = 0.055d.
AH    Psc   |The star was seen in 1854 - 60; since 1862 it was not observed.
AO    Psc   |Epoch of Max brightness is given. Light variations with Porb =
AO    Psc   |0.1496263d are superimposed by variations with P = 858.6861s and
AO    Psc   |twice smaller amplitude (Max = 2444815.00276 + 0.009938496d*E; M-m
AO    Psc   |= 0.54P), and also by still smaller oscillations with P = 805.2059s
AO    Psc   |(Max = 2444815.00294 + 0.009319513d*E). The last period is the
AO    Psc   |X-ray impulse period which is equal to the period of rotation of
AO    Psc   |the compact object (probably a white dwarf).
EM    Psc   |The depth of MinII is 0.35.
EQ    Psc   |Multi-mode pulsations at a time scale of hours.
ET    Psc   |VB (A 9.1m; B 11.8m, 2".9, 198{deg}, 1830).
EU    Psc   |VB (A 9.1m; B 9.8m, 0.1", 111{deg}, 1991).
EW    Psc   |Min II = 10.37.
EX    Psc   |Min II = 14.27.
EY    Psc   |Min II = 9.35 :.
EZ    Psc   |VB A (B 13.6m, 25", 59{deg}, 2000; C 12.1m, 33", 131{deg}, 1969).
FM    Psc   |Multiperiodic.
FR    Psc   |Blazhko effect, P=51d:.
FT    Psc   |VB AB (A 12.5mHp; B 13.6mHp, 2", 316{deg}, 1991).
FU    Psc   |Min II = 11.98 :.
FY    Psc   |Min II = 13.3.
GG    Psc   |Min II = 13.85.
GK    Psc   |Min II = 13.9.
GO    Psc   |Min II = 13.35.
GR    Psc   |Min II = 11.75.
GS    Psc   |VB A (B 15.8mV, 10", 62{deg}, 1997).
GT    Psc   |Min II = 12.47.
GW    Psc   |Min II = 12.0.
GX    Psc   |Min II = 13.65.
GY    Psc   |Min II = 12.6.
HL    Psc   |Min II = 10.97. Strong O'Connell effect in [80021] but not in
HL    Psc   |[80057].
HN    Psc   |Min II = 10.93.
HO    Psc   |Min II = 11.6.
IN    Psc   |VB A (B 8", 48{deg}, 1999). Combined magnitudes are tabulated.
KV    Psc   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.289120d. P2/P1 = 0.9779.
LL    Psc   |Double-mode pulsation. The period in the Table is for the first
LL    Psc   |overtone. P0 = 0.468938d. P1/P0 = 0.7434.
LM    Psc   |VB A (B 4", 305{deg}, 1997).
LO    Psc   |VB A (B 12.2m, 5", 299{deg}, 2012).
LQ    Psc   |VB A (B 10.5m, 5", 314{deg}; C 10.5m, 9", 57{deg}, 2015).
R     PsA   |P var. Max = 2417385 + 293.00d*E (JD2405000 - 26000); Max = 2432896
R     PsA   |+ 291.50d*E (JD2426000 - 38000); since JD2438000 - see Table.
S     PsA   |P var. Max = 2417853 + 271.0d*E (JD2411000 - 18000); Max = 2426880
S     PsA   |+ 273.6d (JD2418000 - 27000); Max = 2434714 + 270.3d (JD2427000 -
S     PsA   |35000); since JD2434000 - see Table.
X     PsA   |Min II 14.2.
RW    PsA   |Min II 11.63.
TX    PsA   |VB B (A 13.0m pg; B 37", 131{deg}); {mu} = 0.22", p = 117{deg}.
XZ    PsA   |MinII 8.04.
AE    PsA   |Blazhko effect, P = 5.78d.
AG    PsA   |The first-overtone period is tabulated. P0 = 0.49785d. A1/A0 = 1.6.
AO    PsA   |Period varies?
pi.   PsA   |SB (Porb = 178.3177d [05769]).
R     Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2439.
U     Pup   |P var. Max = 2415090 + 314.26d*E (JD2408000 - 22800); since
U     Pup   |JD2422800 - see Table.
V     Pup   |VB A (B 10.0m, 7", 0, 70{deg}; C 11.0m, 19.0", 48{deg}). Min II
V     Pup   |4.82. P var. IO - CI < 0.02d.
W     Pup   |P var. Max = 2420990 + 120.68d*E (JD2412500 - 23600); Max = 2424725
W     Pup   |+ 119.9d*E (JD2423600 - 26300); Max = 2432200 + 120.68d*E
W     Pup   |(JD2426300 - 40800); since JD2440800 - see Table.
X     Pup   |P var. Max = 2414889.8 + 25.939d*E (JD2408800 - 16000); Max =
X     Pup   |2435188.76 + 25.9610d*E (JD2419000 - 35190) [02392]; Max =
X     Pup   |2436279.50 + 25.97d*E (2435190 - 38000) [00001]; since JD2438000 -
X     Pup   |see Table.
Z     Pup   |OH, H2O, SiO emission. P var. Max = 2424256 + 513.90d*E (JD2413900
Z     Pup   |- 24500); since JD2424500 - see Table.
RS    Pup   |Surrounded by the reflecting nebulosity with a radius of 1.4'
RS    Pup   |[09634]. P var. Max = 2419186.3 + 41.337d*E (JD2414000 - 24000)
RS    Pup   |[02049]; Max = 2427083.613 + 41.414d*E (JD2425800 - 28300) [02440];
RS    Pup   |Max = 2434823.23 + 41.38535d*E (JD2433750 - 34900) [09636]; since
RS    Pup   |JD2435700 - see Table.
RW    Pup   |P var. Max = 2430175 + 332.5d*E (JD2424500 - 30200) [00001]; since
RW    Pup   |JD2435800 - see Table.
RX    Pup   |Light curve (1890 - 1925) [01265]. Mira type component light
RX    Pup   |variations are observed in the infrared region of spectrum: Max =
RX    Pup   |2444530 + 580d*E, 3.99m - 6.00m J, M - m = 0.50P [09518].
ST    Pup   |[A/H] = -0.9. The light curve shape and the period vary strongly:
ST    Pup   |0.10P < M - m < 0.30P; 17.4d < P < 19.19d. P = 19.188d (JD2415000 -
ST    Pup   |17000); 18.949d (JD2417000 - 18000), 18.8065d (JD2418000 - 19000),
ST    Pup   |18.721d (JD2419000 - 20000), 18.714d (JD2420000 - 21000), 18.717d
ST    Pup   |(JD2421000 - 22000), 18.6175d (JD2422000 - 23000), 18.678d
ST    Pup   |(JD2423000 - 24000), 18.735d (JD2424000 - 25000), 18.796d
ST    Pup   |(JD2425000 - 26000), 18.817d (JD2426000 - 27000) [01266]. Max =
ST    Pup   |2427779.6 + 18.846d*E (JD2427000 - 28000) [01266]; Max = 2428893.9
ST    Pup   |+ 18.885d*E (JD2428000 - 29000) [00016]; Max = 2429697.51 +
ST    Pup   |19.188d*E (JD2429000 - 30000) [01266]. P = 19.142d (JD2430000 -
ST    Pup   |31000), 19.145d (JD2431000 - 32000) [01266]. Max = 2435395.430 +
ST    Pup   |18.559d*E (JD2435160 - 500) [06006]; Max = 2435617.45 + 18.8864d*E
ST    Pup   |(JD2435500 - 5620) [02309]; Max = 243957.3 + 17.4d*E (JD2438700 -
ST    Pup   |39600) [06611]; since JD2444000 - see Table.
SV    Pup   |P var. Max = 2419010 + 166.6d*E (JD2413660 - 18000); Max = 2423090
SV    Pup   |+ 169.8d*E (JD2418000 - 23100); Max = 2426782 + 167.8d*E (JD2423100
SV    Pup   |- 27500); since JD2427500 - see Table.
SW    Pup   |Min II 9.1; d = 0.029P.
TT    Pup   |Min II 13.6.
TY    Pup   |Min II 8.87.
UZ    Pup   |Min II 10.0.
VV    Pup   |{mu} = 0.100", P = 165.0{deg}. The epoch of light maximum is given.
VV    Pup   |The mean brightness varies by 2 - 3m. Intervals of active light
VV    Pup   |variation with amplitude up to 2m during maximal mean brightness
VV    Pup   |are observed. During low activity intervals when amplitude is about
VV    Pup   |0.3m mean brightness is minimal; during this time the ellipsoidal
VV    Pup   |light variations of the system are observed in the range 15.1m -
VV    Pup   |15.3m J with the elements Min = 2427889.6509 + 0.0697468256d*E
VV    Pup   |[09644]. The white dwarf rotation period is equal to the orbital
VV    Pup   |period. There are flickerings. Spectrum description [09472,09645].
VW    Pup   |P var. Max = 2425184.67 + 4.28405d*E (JD2422660 - 25600) [00973];
VW    Pup   |Max = 2435554.86 + 4.28519d*E (JD2425600 - 35600) [02309]; since
VW    Pup   |JD2435500 - see Table.
VX    Pup   |P1 = 2.1389d (A1 = 0.29m); A0 = 0.31m; P1/P0 = 0.71042.
VY    Pup   |The depth of Min II 0.04m.
VZ    Pup   |[A/H] = -0.3. P var. Max = 2434864.90 + 23.1640d*E (JD2426700 -
VZ    Pup   |35300) [02309]; since JD2435300 - see Table.
WW    Pup   |P var. Max = 2424497.73 + 5.5159d*E (JD2423520 - 26000) [00973];
WW    Pup   |since JD2426000 - see Table.
WX    Pup   |P var. Max = 2435042.184 + 8.93825d*E (JD2422000 - 35100) [02431];
WX    Pup   |since JD2435000 - see Table.
WZ    Pup   |P var. Max = 2427861.33 + 5.02657d*E (JD2421100 - 29400) [02392];
WZ    Pup   |since JD2429400 - see Table.
XX    Pup   |P var. Max = 2426338.503 + 0.51719805d*E (JD2426300 - 39500)
XX    Pup   |[03572]; since JD2441700 - see Table. (k - b)2 = 0.07. The spectral
XX    Pup   |type according to CA II is given.
XY    Pup   |Min II 9.4; d = 0.042P.
XZ    Pup   |Min II 7.90. P var. Min I = 2440629.7969 + 2.192383d*E (JD2425850 -
XZ    Pup   |41700) [00099]; since JD2441700 - see Table.
YY    Pup   |The depth of Min II 0.05m.
AE    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 173.
AF    Pup   |Min II 13.5.
AG    Pup   |Min II 10.9.
AH    Pup   |The depth of Min II 0.05m.
AN    Pup   |Min II 10.7.
AQ    Pup   |VB A (B 11.13m, < 15"; C 12.83m, < 15"). [A/H] = -0.1. The range of
AQ    Pup   |the variation of combined light is given. P var. Max = 2429734.59 +
AQ    Pup   |29.931d*E (JD2427500 - 33000) [03474]; Max = 2433296.2 + 30.018d*E
AQ    Pup   |(JD2433000 - 35850) [02474]; Max = 2436625.9 + 29.8568d*E
AQ    Pup   |(JD2435850 - 36700) [03601]; Max = 2441760.63 + 30.032d*E
AQ    Pup   |(JD2436600 - 42700) [09671]; since JD2443400 - see Table.
AR    Pup   |The mean brightness varies with P = 1200d.
AS    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2546. P var. Max = 2416110 +
AS    Pup   |331.4d*E (JD2415460 - 26000); since JD2426000 - see Table.
AT    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2546. P var. Max =
AT    Pup   |2426758.205 + 6.6648d*E (JD2426700 - 35600) [02202]; since
AT    Pup   |JD2435600 - see Table.
AU    Pup   |Min II 9.28. P var. Min I = 2428111.304 + 1.126418d*E (JD2414700 -
AU    Pup   |28200) [00007]; since JD2439000 - see Table.
AV    Pup   |Min II 11.0.
AW    Pup   |VB A (B 11.7m, 3.7", 258{deg}). Period probably must be doubled.
AY    Pup   |Min II 12.5.
AZ    Pup   |Min II 10.1.
BB    Pup   |(k - b)2 = 0.24; {Delta}(S) = 3.
BH    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 173.
BI    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 173.
BK    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 173.
BL    Pup   |Min II 14.2.
BN    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2533.
BP    Pup   |Min II 12.3.
BQ    Pup   |The shape of the light curve possibly varies.
BR    Pup   |Min II 12.9.
BT    Pup   |Min II 14.5. In the region of the open cluster NGC 2482.
BU    Pup   |Min II 13.9. In the region of the open cluster NGC 2447.
BW    Pup   |The depth of Min II 0.15m.
BX    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2482.
CE    Pup   |P var? [07934].
CH    Pup   |P var. Max = 2428465 + 491.0d*E (JD2428400 - 37300); since
CH    Pup   |JD2437300 - see Table.
CO    Pup   |P var? The epoch of light minimum is given.
CP    Pup   |In 1981 the radius of the shell expanding with Vexp = 710 km/s was
CP    Pup   |equal to 7" [09689,09559].
CX    Pup   |d = 0.05P.
CY    Pup   |d = 0.01P:; Min II 13.0.
CZ    Pup   |Min II 13.1.
DD    Pup   |Min II 14.6; Min II - Min I = 0.572P.
DE    Pup   |Min II 12.9.
DF    Pup   |Min II 12.8.
DK    Pup   |Min II 13.0.
DM    Pup   |Min II 13.7; Min II - Min I = 0.62P.
DN    Pup   |Min II 13.5.
DO    Pup   |Min II 13.3.
DR    Pup   |Min II 13.3:.
DS    Pup   |Min II 13.4.
DT    Pup   |Min II 14.3.
EK    Pup   |VB A (B 15", 270{deg}). P var? Max = 2427747.89 + 2.62587d*E
EK    Pup   |(JD2425500 - 29500) [01343]; since JD2434500 - see Table.
EL    Pup   |P > 1.3d? In the region of the open cluster NGC 2437.
EN    Pup   |Min II 11.4.
EQ    Pup   |Min II 10.9.
ES    Pup   |According to [00412], Max = 2430377 + 187d*E. The elements given in
ES    Pup   |the Table are valid in the interval JD2425600 - 29700.
EU    Pup   |Min II 14.8.
FK    Pup   |A var (P2 = 3000d). Strong SiC2 bands in the spectrum.
FM    Pup   |Min II 14.2.
GG    Pup   |S5/5.
GH    Pup   |VB A (B 10", 195{deg}; C 16", 280{deg}; D 14", 315{deg}). P var.
GH    Pup   |Max = 2425450 + 800d*E (JD2425300 - 28000); since JD2428700 - see
GH    Pup   |Table. Very red.
GI    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2437.
GK    Pup   |IN the region of the open cluster NGC 2437.
GN    Pup   |VB A (B 16.5m, 10", 80{deg}).
GP    Pup   |Min II 13.5.
GU    Pup   |Min II 12.2.
GX    Pup   |Min II 13.9. In the region of the open cluster Cr 173.
GY    Pup   |Min II 12.3.
GZ    Pup   |Min II 12.1.
HH    Pup   |(k - b)2 = 0.14, {Delta}(S) = 1.
HI    Pup   |Min II 11.0. In the region of the open cluster Cr 173.
HK    Pup   |P var. Max = 2425925.732 + 0.7342532d*E (JD2425300 - 36600)
HK    Pup   |[04127]; since JD2436600 - see Table.
HM    Pup   |There is a shallow Min II.
HP    Pup   |P var?
HW    Pup   |P var? Max = 2429756.28 + 13.4532d*E (JD2427100 - 33000) [03551];
HW    Pup   |since JD2433000 - see Table.
KQ    Pup   |In the open cluster NGC2422. SB2 (Porb = 9752d [03985]).
KT    Pup   |Min II 13.4.
KW    Pup   |Min II 11.8.
KX    Pup   |Min II 13.04; 0.435P (1930) < Min II - Min I < 0.56P (1973)
KX    Pup   |[03474,08094]; e = 0.15. Apsidal motion.
KY    Pup   |Min II 11.1.
LN    Pup   |Min II 12.9; Min II - Min I = 0.533P.
LO    Pup   |Min II 13.9.
LP    Pup   |d = 0.03P:.
LT    Pup   |Min II 12.6.
MN    Pup   |Min II 13.2.
MQ    Pup   |Min II 9.39.
MT    Pup   |RCB?
MW    Pup   |Min II 9.2.
NO    Pup   |VB A [BC7.19m V, 8.1". 124{deg} ({delta}(M) = 0.0m, 0.20",
NO    Pup   |275{deg}, 1976)]. Min II 6.66; Min II - Min I = 0.582P; e = 0.123.
NQ    Pup   |S 4.5/2-.
NW    Pup   |Porb = 1d.
NX    Pup   |Connected with a cometary nebula.
OR    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2467.
OS    Pup   |VB A (B 6.10m, 67.4"). In the region of the open cluster C
OS    Pup   |0812-362.
OU    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2391.
OX    Pup   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2451.
PS    Pup   |The depth of Min II 0.028m.
PT    Pup   |P2 = 0.168377d. A ({lambda} 1550) = 0.043m; 0.015m < A(B) < 0.035m.
PU    Pup   |VB (5.2m, 5.6m; 0.11", 43.6{deg}, 1927). Min II 4.74.
PV    Pup   |VB B (A 6.1m; B 16.9", 340{deg}; C 10.5m, 100.4", 228{deg}). Min II
PV    Pup   |7.31; DII 0.10P; Min II - Min I = 0.47P. The light curve shape in
PV    Pup   |Max and Min II varies. The deviations DB from the mean curve vary
PV    Pup   |from -0.06m to +0.03m with the elements: Max (I{Delta}(B)I) =
PV    Pup   |2440000.027458 + 1.92207d*E or Max (I{Delta}(B)I) = 2440000.219470
PV    Pup   |+ 0.48003d*E.
PW    Pup   |Min II 9.54; d = 0.095P. In the region of the open cluster NGC
PW    Pup   |2439.
QS    Pup   |0.008m <= A(u) <= 0.015m.
QT    Pup   |Probably a member of the open cluster NGC 2477.
QU    Pup   |P2 = 0.1680d or 0.2019d; 0.010m <= A(u) <= 0.040m.
QV    Pup   |May be a member of the open cluster NGC 2489.
V0360 Pup   |Type ACV: is also possible.
V0364 Pup   |The preceding component of the northern star in the system of two
V0364 Pup   |CoD-CPD objects, COD-36 3425 and CoD-36 3426 (CPD-36 1171 and
V0364 Pup   |CPD-36 1172). The cross-identifications of these CoD and CPD
V0364 Pup   |objects differ from one source to another; our adopted
V0364 Pup   |identification is based on the paper editions of the catalogs.
V0376 Pup   |Type ACV: is also possible.
V0378 Pup   |Type BE is also possible.
V0393 Pup   |SB, Porb = 2.5248d.
V0419 Pup   |Not a nearby star (despite having a Gl number).
V0575 Pup   |VB, {rho}=2". Component A: SB.
V0579 Pup   |MinII 13.52.
V0581 Pup   |MinII 12.43.
V0582 Pup   |MinII 7.94:.
V0587 Pup   |MinII 9.25. Erroneously marked in the chart in [78321].
V0588 Pup   |The chart in [78107] is assumed to be wrong.
V0589 Pup   |MinII 8.97.
V0596 Pup   |VB A (B 8.58m, 0.3"). Range of the variation of combined light is
V0596 Pup   |given. Min II 7.03; DII = 0.08P; Min II - Min I = 0.48P. Min II =
V0596 Pup   |2444622.86709 + 4.5961766d*E. Apsidal motion (P = 3200 yr).
V0605 Pup   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0611 Pup   |MinII - MinI = 0.40P. VB (A 8.6m; B 9.1m, 0.3", 130{deg}, 1990).
V0620 Pup   |VB B (A 11.7mV; B 12.0mV, 28", 358{deg}, 1999; C 12.5mV, 16",
V0620 Pup   |78{deg}, 1999).
V0624 Pup   |A much longer cycle superposed.
V0626 Pup   |VB (A 9.65m; B 10.0m, 9", 55{deg}, 1991).
V0628 Pup   |VB A (B 15.8mpg, 9", 84{deg}, 1995).
V0634 Pup   |A twice longer period is not excluded.
V0642 Pup   |MinII - MinI = 0.6P.
V0651 Pup   |Min II = 12.4.
V0652 Pup   |Min II = 9.83. VB AB (A 10.44m; B 10.55m, 0.80", 170{deg}, 1991). P
V0652 Pup   |varies. dP/dt = -0.28 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0653 Pup   |Min II = 10.53.
V0654 Pup   |Min II = 14.8.
V0656 Pup   |Min II = 18.25.
V0658 Pup   |Min II = 16.76.
V0660 Pup   |Min II = 16.4 :.
V0661 Pup   |Min II = 20.7.
V0662 Pup   |Min II = 20.5.
V0663 Pup   |Min II = 17.32:.
V0664 Pup   |Min II = 12.25. P varies. dP/dt = +0.24 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0667 Pup   |VB (1.8"), the NE star of the pair varies. The tabulated period is
V0667 Pup   |probably orbital. Stable pulses with Pspin = 0.00593d and amplitude
V0667 Pup   |of 0.03m.
V0668 Pup   |Min II = 13.3.
V0670 Pup   |Min II = 9.00. Eclipse amplitude is about 0.06m , out-of-eclipse
V0670 Pup   |variations [80015] with an amplitude about 0.12m.
V0674 Pup   |Min II = 10.95. P varies. dP/dt = -0.77 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0675 Pup   |Min II = 10.9.
V0683 Pup   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 1.40294d, P3 = 1.17811d.
V0687 Pup   |Blazhko effect?
V0690 Pup   |Min II = 8.96.
V0691 Pup   |Min II = 12.53.
V0692 Pup   |Min II = 14.70.
V0695 Pup   |Min II = 15.85.
V0696 Pup   |Min II = 14.39.
V0697 Pup   |Min II = 11.06. Cluster non-member.
V0698 Pup   |Min II = 12.6.
V0701 Pup   |Two modes with similar amplitudes. For the second mode, Max =
V0701 Pup   |2453015.749 + 0.296111d x E.
V0707 Pup   |P varies strongly.
V0711 Pup   |VB A (B 5", 128{deg}, 1999).
V0714 Pup   |Blazhko effect, P=116.96d.
V0716 Pup   |P varies strongly.
V0719 Pup   |Pulsates in the first (see Table) and second (Max = 2453455.40 +
V0719 Pup   |0.593216d x E) overtone modes. P2/P1 = 0.8057. VB B (A 9.96m, B
V0719 Pup   |11.0m, 6", 42{deg}, 1999); the range in the Table is for the
V0719 Pup   |combined brightness.
V0722 Pup   |SB2.
V0725 Pup   |VB A (B 10.3m, 1", 47{deg}, 1991).
V0732 Pup   |Pulsates in the first (see Table) and second (Max = 2453456.065 +
V0732 Pup   |0.333105d x E) overtone modes. P2/P1 = 0.8007.
V0733 Pup   |Pulsates in the fundamental mode (see Table) and in the first
V0733 Pup   |overtone (Max = 2453600.055 + 0.1742342d x E). P1/P0 = 0.7618.
V0743 Pup   |VB A (B 10", 211{deg}, 1999); magnitudes in the Table are for
V0743 Pup   |combined brightness. P1 is presented in the Table. P2 = 0.328118d;
V0743 Pup   |P2/P1 = 0.8000.
V0751 Pup   |VB A (B 12.8m, 0.6", 166{deg}, 2015).
omi   Pup   |Type EA: is also possible.
rho   Pup   |VB A (B 13.7m, 29.6", 15{deg}). [Fe/H] = +0.13. P var. Max =
rho   Pup   |2435552.807 + 0.14088141d*E (JD2413900 - 37500) [09756]; Max =
rho   Pup   |2439887.843 + 0.14088141d*E (JD2439800 - 43700); since JD2444000 -
rho   Pup   |see Table.
L   2 Pup   |VB A (B 11.5m, 62", 214{deg}); {mu} = 0.34", P=18{deg}. H2O, SiO
L   2 Pup   |maser.
S     Pyx   |P var. Max = 2411770 + 206.60d*E (JD2405500 - 23700); Max = 2423765
S     Pyx   |+ 207.0d*E (JD2423700 - 29600); since JD2429600 - see Table.
T     Pyx   |Previous outbursts were observed in 1890, 1902, 1920, 1944.
RR    Pyx   |A close companion 14.5m.
RZ    Pyx   |Min II 9.69.
SU    Pyx   |d = 0.016P.
TT    Pyx   |P = 3.031556d?
TV    Pyx   |Depth of Min II 0.05m.
TX    Pyx   |Min II 9.8.
TY    Pyx   |Min II 7.48.
TZ    Pyx   |Min II 11.1.
UZ    Pyx   |VB A (B 7.61m, 110", 180{deg}).
VW    Pyx   |The nucleus of the planetary nebula K1-2. The range of the
VW    Pyx   |variations of combined light: 15.7 - 17.4 pg. The value of P close
VW    Pyx   |to that found by bond [09767] and the epoch of Max brightness are
VW    Pyx   |given in the Table.
CR    Pyx   |MinII 11.37.
CU    Pyx   |MinII 12.36.
CY    Pyx   |SB1.
CZ    Pyx   |P = 635d [78130] superimposed.
DK    Pyx   |MinII - MinI = 0.29P.
DN    Pyx   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
DQ    Pyx   |Min II = 9.31.
R     Ret   |P var. Max = 2403013 + 280.0d*E (JD2403000 - 13900); Max = 2423317
R     Ret   |+ 276.68d*E (JD2413900 - 25300); Max = 2430008 + 279.7d*E
R     Ret   |(JD2425200 - 30020); since JD2430000 - see Table.
T     Ret   |Mean brightness varies with P = 200d.
X     Ret   |(k - b)2 = 0.09. P var. Max = 2427425.47 + 0.4920d*E [00357]; Max =
X     Ret   |2434334.611 + 0.492011d*E (JD2434300 - 600) [00080]; since
X     Ret   |JD2434600 - see Table. The shape of the light curve varies. Blazhko
X     Ret   |effect: Pi >= 45d; 0.13P <= M - m <= 0.23P [00080].
VY    Ret   |MinII - MinI = 0.75P.
WY    Ret   |Min II = 14.0.
R     Sge   |P var (70.07d <= P <= 71.24d [09769]. Period variation study
R     Sge   |[00767]. The elements given in the Table are valid since JD2434000.
R     Sge   |The mean brightness varies: Min = 2414402 + 1112.d*E [01357].
S     Sge   |SB1 (Porb = 675d [01358]). P var. Max = 2409863.32 + 8.381968d*E
S     Sge   |(JD2406600 - 18000); since JD2418000 - see Table.
U     Sge   |VB A (B 9.6m, 92.0", 318{deg}). Min II 6.71; 0.014P <= dI <=
U     Sge   |0.024P. In the region of the open cluster Col 399. Not a member of
U     Sge   |the cluster. P var [06224,08608]. Mean elements are given in the
U     Sge   |Table representing epochs of Min within +-0.008P. The shape of the
U     Sge   |light curve varies.
V     Sge   |VB A (B 13.9m, 9.7", 267{deg}); SB2 (K1 = 320 km/s, K2 = 85 km/s).
V     Sge   |P var? The depth of eclipses varies from 0.6m to 1.3m. The mean
V     Sge   |brightness outside eclipses varies. There are also flares with
V     Sge   |amplitudes up to 3m and small light variations with a time scale of
V     Sge   |minutes, dozens of minutes and a few days. spectrum description
V     Sge   |[03593,09472].
X     Sge   |VB A (B 13.18m, 6", 248{deg}).
Z     Sge   |V1 (NGC 6838, M71). Globular cluster member. P var. Max = 2437870 +
Z     Sge   |175.3d*E (JD2437000 - 38700); since JD2438700 - see Table.
RS    Sge   |The mean brightnese varies: Max = 2435999 + 1124d*E [08104]. Two
RS    Sge   |Algol-like light weakenings were also observed: JD2444837.22,
RS    Sge   |2444865.17 [09727].
RW    Sge   |P var. according to [01363] Max = 2424289 + 429d*E. Since JD2434000
RW    Sge   |- see Table.
RZ    Sge   |Porb ~97m [09771]. Mean cycle is given according to [09785].
RZ    Sge   |Supermaxima are repeated with the cycle 266d. The period of
RZ    Sge   |superhumps decreases from 101.3m till 100.8m.
SY    Sge   |Min II 10.7. P var. Elements given in the Table are valid in the
SY    Sge   |interval JD2425800 - 38300.
TU    Sge   |d = 0.035P.
TX    Sge   |P var. Max = 2425002 + 155.0d*E (JD2414900 - 25100); since
TX    Sge   |JD2425000 - see Table.
UU    Sge   |VB A (B 16.5m B, 4", 90{deg}). The nucleus of the planetary nebula
UU    Sge   |Abell 63. Min II 14.41; d = 0.019P. The range of the combined light
UU    Sge   |variation is given. The actual depth of Min I is about 4.3m. Large
UU    Sge   |reflection effect.
UZ    Sge   |Min II 11.6:. P var. Min I = 2429961.231 + 2.215750d*E (JD2429000 -
UZ    Sge   |41600); since JD2441600 - see Table.
VZ    Sge   |VB A (B 12m, 28.2", 206{deg}).
WY    Sge   |Nova Sge 1783 (Max JD2372494:). Min I = 2445137.8993 +
WY    Sge   |0.1536342d*E; D = 0.16P. Brightness outside eclipses is usually
WY    Sge   |~18.7m, the depth of the eclipses is ~ 1.5 - 2m. At present
WY    Sge   |outbursts by 1.6m are sometimes observed similar to the UG type
WY    Sge   |variable outbursts, as well as rapid flickering of light [09708].
WZ    Sge   |Nova Sge 1913, 1946, 1978. VB A (B 15.76m B, 7", 280{deg}). Really
WZ    Sge   |it is not a nova. Three outbursts were registered up to day:
WZ    Sge   |JD2420094, 32001, 43844 [09710,09711]. There are superhumps on the
WZ    Sge   |light curve during the outburst with 0.057250d >= P >= 0.05714d
WZ    Sge   |(A=0.3m V) [09710,09776]. There are light variations between the
WZ    Sge   |outbursts (A = 0.14m - 0.3m). During some of light weakenings
WZ    Sge   |Algol-like eclipses are observed (A = 0.2m) with the elements: Min
WZ    Sge   |I = 2437547.72845 + 0.0566878455d*E [09774]; D = 0.04P. d = 0.02P.
WZ    Sge   |There are also rapid light oscillations (A <= 0.01m). The periods
WZ    Sge   |of these oscillations before the 1978 outburst were 28.98s and
WZ    Sge   |27.87s [09774], but after this outburst - 28.95963s [09775].
WZ    Sge   |According to [09777], in 1976 - 78 these oscillations were
WZ    Sge   |represented by the elements: Max = 2443311.790250 +
WZ    Sge   |0.00032254826d*E + 9.8d*10**(-16)*E**2.
XY    Sge   |According to [03705] the spectrum is earlier than M0.
AG    Sge   |P = 117d?
BR    Sge   |d = 0.030P.
CP    Sge   |Min II 13.3.
CT    Sge   |Multiple. The tabulated range is for combined magnitudes.
CU    Sge   |Min II 11.3.
CW    Sge   |Min II 11.7. P var? The shape of the light curve varies.
CZ    Sge   |Min II 15.2.
DH    Sge   |The shape of the light curve varies (1.1m <= A <= 1.7m). P var. Max
DH    Sge   |= 2427612.509 + 0.4695844D*E (JD2427600 - 38800) [04027]; since
DH    Sge   |JD2438800 - see Table. Blazhko effect disappeared after the period
DH    Sge   |change (A = 1.1m).
DI    Sge   |P var. Max = 2427929 + 203.0d*E (JD2427500 - 30200) [02641]; since
DI    Sge   |JD2437100 - see Table.
DK    Sge   |Min II 13.0.
DL    Sge   |Min II 11.5.
DM    Sge   |Min II 11.6.
DP    Sge   |P var. Max = 2427985.464 + 0.4883395d*E (JD2427985 - 33000); Max =
DP    Sge   |2432855.191 + 0.4883339d*E (JD2433000 - 40775); since JD2440775 -
DP    Sge   |see Table.
DQ    Sge   |Min II 14.8.
DS    Sge   |Min II 16.0:.
DT    Sge   |d = 0.05P:.
EH    Sge   |VB A (B 15.6m).
EI    Sge   |Min II 14.6.
ER    Sge   |P var. Max = 2430515.460 + 0.4184209d*E (JD2427000 - 38400); Max =
ER    Sge   |2438443.388 + 0.4184356d*E (JD2438400 - 41800); since JD2441800 -
ER    Sge   |see Table.
FF    Sge   |d = 0.03P; Min II 13.0.
FG    Sge   |VB A (B 14.2m, 8", 100{deg}). The central star of the planetry
FG    Sge   |nebula PK 60{deg} (diameter 36", the age about 6000 years). The
FG    Sge   |brightness of the star steadily increased from 13.6 pg in 1894 to
FG    Sge   |the maximum in 1967, and then is steadily decreasing. In 1982 it
FG    Sge   |was 11.0 B. In 1967 the strong absorption lines of rare earth
FG    Sge   |elements appeared in the spectrum. The spectral class steadily
FG    Sge   |becomes later. The signes of new planetary nebula ejection were
FG    Sge   |observed. In 1962 the star entered the instability strip in the Mv,
FG    Sge   |B-V diagram and began to pulsate with a small amplitude and
FG    Sge   |increasing period: Min(V) = 2442629 + 59.83d*E + 1.126d*E**2
FG    Sge   |(JD2442600 - 44530). In twenty years the period increased from 50d
FG    Sge   |to 134d, the amplitude of pulsations changed from 0.2mV to 0.5mV;
FG    Sge   |now it decreased again to 0.2mV, and the period is only 90d
FG    Sge   |[09780].
FH    Sge   |Min II 13.5.
FL    Sge   |There is a close companion 14m. In the minimum probably fainter
FL    Sge   |than 15.9m.
FO    Sge   |P var. Max = 2427578.0 + 67.8d*E (JD2427570 - 28120); Max =
FO    Sge   |2428134.4 + 72.7d*E (JD2428120 - 30150); since JD2430150 - see
FO    Sge   |Table.
FP    Sge   |Min II 14.9. P = 0.32100275d?
FT    Sge   |P.K.55-1 {deg} 2. Not a planetary nebula.
FU    Sge   |Min II 15.8.
FX    Sge   |In the region of the globular cluster M71 (NGC 6838).
GI    Sge   |Red.
GN    Sge   |Min II 10.6.
GP    Sge   |Red.
GY    Sge   |P var. Max = 2431264.49 + 51.497d*E (JD2429490 - 34900) [07199];
GY    Sge   |Max = 2433787.42 + 51.5991d*E (JD2433600 - 37280), Max = 437911.04
GY    Sge   |+ 51.2524d*E (JD2437280 - 40510) [06172]; since JD2444450 - see
GY    Sge   |Table.
HH    Sge   |The cycles 23 - 26d and 300d are observed.
HM    Sge   |VB A (B 14.20m, 10", 182{deg}). The brightness increased from 17.2m
HM    Sge   |up to 11.3m pg in the interval JD2442280 - 42650. Then the light
HM    Sge   |variations in the infrared region appeared with P = 550d
HM    Sge   |[09721,09783] and A(K) = 1.5m. Radio and X-ray source.
IR    Sge   |SF star in a close pair.
LN    Sge   |SF star in a close pair.
MV    Sge   |Possible member of the globular cluster Palomar 10.
MZ    Sge   |Possible member of the globular cluster Palomar 10.
PT    Sge   |P component of a close pair.
V0339 Sge   |Extremely metal-weak.
V0366 Sge   |O'Connell effect.
V0370 Sge   |MinII - MinI = 0.38P.
V0378 Sge   |VB A (B 13.7m, 20", 322{deg}, 2000).
V0380 Sge   |VB AB (10.7m, 10.9m, 0.57", 74{deg}, 1990).
V0404 Sge   |The light curve shape, including the depth of minima, varies.
V0407 Sge   |P = 0.086636d is also possible.
del   Sge   |VB A (B, A = 0.04", P = 7 yr); SB2 (Porb = 3725d [09789]). The last
del   Sge   |superior conjunction of the B-star and its atmospheric eclipse was
del   Sge   |in March - April 1980 [09726].
R     Sgr   |P var. Max = 2405776 + 271.0d*E (JD2399500 - 2407500); Max =
R     Sgr   |2407115 + 264.2d*E (JD2407100 - 9500); Max = 2418125 + 269.65d*E
R     Sgr   |(JD2409500 - 19500); Max = 2433137 + 267.90d*E (JD2419500 - 36000);
R     Sgr   |since JD2436000 - see Table.
S     Sgr   |P var. Max = 2401029 + 230.6d*E (JD2401000 - 10000); Max = 2411638
S     Sgr   |+ 229.2d*E (JD2410000 - 19500); Max = 2422222 + 232.81d*E
S     Sgr   |(JD2419500 - 27000); since JD2427000 - see Table.
T     Sgr   |Companion F3IV (ro < 0.8"). P var. Max = 2409013 + 385.1d*E
T     Sgr   |(JD2401500 - 10500); Max = 2414582 + 399.0d*E (JD2413000 - 17500);
T     Sgr   |Max = 2424363 + 387.9d*E (JD2417500 - 25500); since JD2425500 - see
T     Sgr   |Table. S 5/6-e. There are Te lines and a very strong Li {lambda}
T     Sgr   |6708 line in the spectrum.
U     Sgr   |The member of the open cluster M25 (IC 4725). P var. Max =
U     Sgr   |2416628.046 + 6.744925d*E (JD2404480 - 30115) [00765]; since
U     Sgr   |JD2430115 - see Table. [A/H] = 0.1.
W     Sgr   |VB A (A 9.2m, 0.116", 153.3{deg}, 1976.477; B 13.5m, 33.4",
W     Sgr   |233{deg}; C 13.5m, 47.9", 101{deg}). P var. Max = 2403198.39 +
W     Sgr   |7.594695d*E (JD2403100 - 34500); since JD2434500 - see Table.
X     Sgr   |P var. Max = 2410006.22 + 7.01206d*E (JD2403000 - 17000); Max =
X     Sgr   |2424248.11 + 7.01245d*E (JD2417000 - 34500); since JD2434500 - see
X     Sgr   |Table.
Y     Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster M25 (IC 4725).
RR    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2410008 + 336.0d*E (JD2410000 - 17100) [09794]; Max =
RR    Sgr   |2422755 + 332.73d*E (JD2422700 - 32100) [00960]; since JD2432100 -
RR    Sgr   |see Table. OH, H2O emission.
RS    Sgr   |VB A (B 9.65m V, 39.0", 86{deg}). Min II 6.28.
RT    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2412759 + 303.1d*E (JD2412700 - 8300) [00960]; Max =
RT    Sgr   |2425588 + 308.8d*E (JD2422800 - 26700); Max = 2428034 + 303.8d*E
RT    Sgr   |(JD2426700 - 33500); since JD2433500 - see Table.
RU    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2413062 + 242.3d*E (JD2410150 - 16700) [00960]; Max =
RU    Sgr   |2423670 + 242.3d*E (JD2422500 - 24500); Max = 2428200 + 237.6d*E
RU    Sgr   |(JD2424500 - 28800); since JD2428800 - see Table.
RV    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2411206 + 319.3d*E (JD2410200 - 17000) [00960]; Max =
RV    Sgr   |2429032 + 321.3d*E (JD2422600 - 29500); since JD2429500 - see
RV    Sgr   |Table.
RW    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2413798 + 189.0d*E (JD2413700 - 23000); Max = 2431998
RW    Sgr   |+ 190.87d*E (JD2423000 - 33500); since JD2433500 - see Table.
RX    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2417730 + 330.3d*E (JD2413000 - 18500); Max = 2420122
RX    Sgr   |+ 346d*E (JD2418500 - 20150); Max = 2420122 + 323d*E (JD2420100 -
RX    Sgr   |22200); Max = 2424120 + 345d*E (JD2422200 - 24200); Max = 2428785 +
RX    Sgr   |332.2d*E (JD2424000 - 31500); since JD2431500 - see Table.
RY    Sgr   |VB A (B 15.69m, 12"). There are pulsational light variations (0.1m
RY    Sgr   |< A < 1.5m) with the elements: Max = 2433670 + 38.6056d*E -
RY    Sgr   |78d*10**(-5)*E**2. light curve [09798,09799]; spectrum description
RY    Sgr   |[06261].
ST    Sgr   |S 6/3-e.
SU    Sgr   |VB A (B 13.5m, 1.0", 240{deg}, 1932.45). earlier P = 88d was
SU    Sgr   |observed [00017].
SV    Sgr   |In the nebula M8 (NGC 6523).
SW    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2416338 + 290.3d*E (JD2414000 - 16500); Max = 2428507
SW    Sgr   |+ 288.5d*E (JD2422500 - 29000); Max = 2429088 + 293.5d*E (JD2429000
SW    Sgr   |- 33000); since JD2433000 - see Table.
SX    Sgr   |Min II 9.62; d = 0.05P. P var. Min I = 2429114.249 + 4.15395762d*E
SX    Sgr   |(JD2410000 - 29150) [00007]; since JD2429000 - see Table.
SY    Sgr   |In the region of the nebula S188.
SZ    Sgr   |VB A (B 12.5m V, 2.0", 212{deg}.)
VV    Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6494. OH, H2O emission.
VX    Sgr   |P var; 1m <= A <= 6m. SIO, H2O, OH maser. Light curve (1935-1969)
VX    Sgr   |[06615].
VY    Sgr   |[A/H] = 0.5.
WX    Sgr   |VB A (B 12.5m, 0.4", 88{deg}). P var. Min = 2419317.259 +
WX    Sgr   |2.129095d*E (JD2419300 - 24700) [00457]; Min = 2424729.418 +
WX    Sgr   |2.129113d*E (JD2424700 - 39700) [00279]; since JD2440000 - see
WX    Sgr   |Table.
WY    Sgr   |Min II 10.3.
WZ    Sgr   |The member of the open cluster C 1814-190. [A/H] = 0.4.
XX    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2419189.730 + 6.424264d*E (JD2419100 - 30100) [00637];
XX    Sgr   |since JD2435000 - see Table.
XZ    Sgr   |Min II 8.95; d = 0.022P. P var. Min I = 2420311.519 + 3.275537d*E
XZ    Sgr   |(JD2420300 - 28000) [01604]; Min I = 2436440.137 + 3.27549d*E
XZ    Sgr   |(JD2428000 - 37500) [02516]; Min I = 2441150.348 + 3.2755357d*E
XZ    Sgr   |(JD2437500 - 41500) [07084]; since JD2441500 - see Table.
YY    Sgr   |Min II 10.64; Min II = 2433075.8296 + 2.628463d*E [02302]. Apsidal
YY    Sgr   |motion period is about 300 years.
AL    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2425792 + 79.07d*E (JD2421000 - 26000); since
AL    Sgr   |JD2426000 - see Table.
AN    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2425720 + 339.62d*E (JD2415000 - 26000); Max = 2428360
AN    Sgr   |+ 330.0d*E (JD2426000 - 28500); since JD2428500 - see Table.
AP    Sgr   |SB? [09004].
AR    Sgr   |There is a square term in the elements: -[0.0031d (E-30)**2 +
AR    Sgr   |8.8d].
AS    Sgr   |Planetary nebula HB6 = 7 + 1{deg} 1.
AU    Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
AU    Sgr   |(M20).
AV    Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6546. Not a member of the
AV    Sgr   |cluster. [A/H] = 0.4. P var. Max = 2429083.30 + 15.4093d*E
AV    Sgr   |(JD2421400 - 39100); since JD2439100 - see Table.
AW    Sgr   |VB A (B 16m, 15", 97{deg}). In the region of the open cluster NGC
AW    Sgr   |6546.
AY    Sgr   |[A/H] = 0.2.
BB    Sgr   |VB A (B = V4088 Sgr, 7.49m - 7.87m, 93.5", 102{deg}). In the region
BB    Sgr   |of the open cluster Cr394.
BE    Sgr   |A var (0.6m <= A <= 1.1m).
BM    Sgr   |P var.
BN    Sgr   |Min II 9.37; d = 0.04P:. Soft X-ray source. P var [01600].
BQ    Sgr   |d = 0.017P. P var. Min = 2412592.7905 + 8.01964d*E (JD2412590 -
BQ    Sgr   |22220) [01696]; since JD2422220 - see Table.
CC    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6723.
CD    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6723. P var. Max =
CD    Sgr   |2416247 + 266.62d*E (JD2411000 - 23000); since JD2423000 - see
CD    Sgr   |Table.
CE    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6723. SF component of a
CE    Sgr   |close double.
CF    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6723. P var. Max =
CF    Sgr   |2415632.81 + 0.570026d*E (JD2411000 - 23800) [01616]; since
CF    Sgr   |JD2423900 - see Table.
CG    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6723.
DH    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DI    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DK    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DM    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DO    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DP    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DR    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DS    Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6809 (M55).
DV    Sgr   |d = 0.044P.
EG    Sgr   |d = 0.010P.
FV    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2424010 + 269.5d*E (JD2424000 - 27500) [00251]; since
FV    Sgr   |JD2427500 - see Table.
GG    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2413840 + 286.5d*E (JD2413800 - 24000); since
GG    Sgr   |JD2424000 - see Table.
GK    Sgr   |According to [05869] - eclipsing.
GU    Sgr   |There are also light variations with P = 37.5d, 0.4m <= A(V) <=
GU    Sgr   |1.5m [06273].
HH    Sgr   |VB (ro = 0.1').
IR    Sgr   |VB B (A 13.6m; B 10", 220{deg}).
KO    Sgr   |Similar to UG. It is possible that the observations in Min
KO    Sgr   |brightness refer to a companion.
LN    Sgr   |P = 227.0d?
LZ    Sgr   |VB A (B 16m, 7", 30{deg}).
MV    Sgr   |Very hot hydrogen deficient extreme helium carbon star.
MW    Sgr   |P var. Max = 2418940 + 202.3d*E (JD2418900 - 23900); Max = 2428753
MW    Sgr   |+ 206.5d*E (JD2423900 - 28950); since JD2428950 - see Table.
NP    Sgr   |The cycles 100 - 300d are possible.
OW    Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6716.
V0348 Sgr   |VB A (B 15m pg, 16", 73{deg}). Very hot hydrogen deficient helium
V0348 Sgr   |carbon star. By the character of light variation and the spectrum
V0348 Sgr   |the star is unique. The light curve resembling those of RCB type
V0348 Sgr   |stars is superimposed by conspicuons irregular and semiregular
V0348 Sgr   |variations with the mean cycle about 200d [02449,09824]. The star
V0348 Sgr   |is surrounded by a nebula the radius of which equals 1". A fainter
V0348 Sgr   |nebulous envelope is observed up to 7" from the star. Large
V0348 Sgr   |infrared excess. Spectrum description [02451,09825]. Probably the
V0348 Sgr   |star is intermediate between the RCB variables And planetary nebula
V0348 Sgr   |Wolf-Rayet central stars.
V0350 Sgr   |SB [09004].
V0354 Sgr   |d = 0.02P.
V0356 Sgr   |Min II 7.24; DII = 0.20P:; d = 0.05P; 0.490P (1928) <= Min II - Min
V0356 Sgr   |I <= 0.505P (1951). Apsidal motion is possible.
V0366 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2425479.448 + 0.4779616d*E (JD2423990 - 28780)
V0366 Sgr   |[00705]; since JD2435600 - see Table. [Ca/H] = -0.73.
V0367 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -1.21.
V0377 Sgr   |The epoch of light min is given in the Table. P var. Min =
V0377 Sgr   |2426071.24 + 16.17076d*E (JD2425300 - 26600) [00048]; Min =
V0377 Sgr   |2427350.25 + 16.19326d*E (JD2426600 - 28700) [01400]; Min =
V0377 Sgr   |2436358.98 + 16.1575d*E (JD2436200 - 37300); Min = 2437863.09 +
V0377 Sgr   |16.1925d*E (JD2437660 - 39100); Min = 2440114.81 + 16.2407d*E
V0377 Sgr   |(JD2440200 - 560); since JD2440950 - see Table.
V0397 Sgr   |There is a square term in the elements: -0.009d*10**(-6)*E**2
V0401 Sgr   |Min II 14.1.
V0403 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: -0.013d*10**(-6)*E**2.
V0410 Sgr   |VB A (B 13.6m, 270{deg}).
V0426 Sgr   |Min II 13.3.
V0427 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: -131d*10**(-10)*E**2.
V0427 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies: 0.17P <= M - m <= 0.22P.
V0431 Sgr   |Min II 14.9.
V0437 Sgr   |Min II 14.0.
V0440 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 9. P var. P = 0.4774659d (JD2416000 - 23000) [00752];
V0440 Sgr   |P < 0.4774659d (JD2422000 - 26000) [00235]; Max = 2426581.203 +
V0440 Sgr   |0.477474d*E (JD2426000 - 29460) [01000]; since JD2437100 - see
V0440 Sgr   |Table.
V0453 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: +0.003d*10**(-6)*E**2.
V0457 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: -0.005d*10**(-6)*E**2.
V0466 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: +0.03d*10**(-6)*E**2.
V0496 Sgr   |Min II 14.3.
V0497 Sgr   |Min II 16.0.
V0505 Sgr   |Min II 6.63. P var. Min I = 2433515.3295 + 1.18287141d*E (JD2425500
V0505 Sgr   |- 35800) [01642]; Min I = 2437494.4964 + 1.1828622d*E (JD2435800 -
V0505 Sgr   |37500); Min I = 2440055.3991 + 1.1828650d*E (JD2437500 - 40100);
V0505 Sgr   |Min I = 2442656.5283 + 1.18286917d*E (JD2440100 - 42670); since
V0505 Sgr   |JD2442670 - see Table. The shape of the light curve varies.
V0505 Sgr   |Deviations from the mean light curve vary with P = 310d. The
V0505 Sgr   |difference of Min I and Min II depths varies by 0.05m [09830].
V0511 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2423950 + 158.8d*E (JD2411300 - 23950); since
V0511 Sgr   |JD2423950 - see Table.
V0515 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: +0.015d*E**2.
V0519 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: +0.0046d*E**2.
V0520 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: +0.051d*E**2.
V0523 Sgr   |Min II 9.88. Apsidal motion is observed. In the Table the epoch of
V0523 Sgr   |Min I is given corresponding to the moment of line of apsides
V0523 Sgr   |coinciding with the line of sight, when Min II - Min I = 0.50P. The
V0523 Sgr   |mean period according to [02453] is given; with this period O - C
V0523 Sgr   |deviations do not exceed +-0.06P for both minima. The period of
V0523 Sgr   |apsidal motion is 248 years [02453]. Min II - Min I = 0.39P in
V0523 Sgr   |1953.
V0524 Sgr   |Min II 11.2.
V0525 Sgr   |Min II 8.51.
V0526 Sgr   |VB A (B 12.40m, 8.6", 7.3{deg}). Min II 10.20, DII = 0.17P; dI =
V0526 Sgr   |0.006P, dII = 0.013P. There are periodic terms in the elements:
V0526 Sgr   |+0.1369d*sin(0.01295{deg}*E) - 0.0115d*sin(0.0259{deg}*E) +
V0526 Sgr   |0.0011d*sin(0.0388{deg}*E). Min II = 2422055.0453 + 1.919411d*E -
V0526 Sgr   |0.1369d*sin(0.01295{deg}*E) - 0.0115d*sin(0.0259{deg}*E) -
V0526 Sgr   |0.0011d*sin(0.0388{deg}*E). The period of apsidal motion is 146
V0526 Sgr   |years. e = 0.224.
V0527 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426904.95 + 1.258956d*E (JD2425790 - 7650) [01648];
V0527 Sgr   |since JD2438200 - see Table.
V0551 Sgr   |VB B (A 16.5m; B 12", 135{deg}).
V0552 Sgr   |P var. The elements given in the Table are valid since JD2418400.
V0554 Sgr   |Min II 14.5.
V0557 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2415110.5 + 16.233d*E (JD2415100 - 22000); Max =
V0557 Sgr   |2426100.0 + 16.260d*E (JD2423900 - 27700) [00251]; Max = 2428097.70
V0557 Sgr   |+ 16.171d*E (JD2427700 - 28800) [00296]; since JD2428800 - see
V0557 Sgr   |Table.
V0558 Sgr   |Min II 14.3.
V0564 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2424056 + 27.8d*E (JD2423780 - 26000) [00251]; Max =
V0564 Sgr   |2428403.3 + 27.99d*E (JD2427870 - 29160) [00296]; Max = 2429158.2 +
V0564 Sgr   |27.2d (JD2429150 - 515); since JD2429515 - see Table.
V0567 Sgr   |The central star of the planetary nebula P.K.355 -6{deg} 1 (M3-21).
V0573 Sgr   |Min II 12.7.
V0574 Sgr   |Min II 14.7.
V0578 Sgr   |According to [02448], Max = 2428710 + 253d*E.
V0593 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2414150 + 230d*E (JD2414100 - 22900); since JD2423900
V0593 Sgr   |- see Table.
V0598 Sgr   |d = 0.05P.
V0611 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2414150 + 123d*E (JD2414150 - 19000); since JD2420250
V0611 Sgr   |- see Table. The period must probably be doubled because the star
V0611 Sgr   |resembles RV Tau (Min II 16.2).
V0612 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2413750 + 107.9d*E (JD2413700 - 17900); since
V0612 Sgr   |JD2418800 - see Table.
V0615 Sgr   |P.K.356 -7{deg} 1 = He 2-349.
V0626 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2427715.4 + 26.745d*E (JD2425380 - 28800) [00046];
V0626 Sgr   |since JD2434500 - see Table.
V0631 Sgr   |Min II 14.2.
V0632 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2413350 + 263d*E (JD2413300 - 19000); since JD2420200
V0632 Sgr   |- see Table.
V0633 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2415110 + 224d:*E (JD2415000 - 18800); since JD2420000
V0633 Sgr   |- see Table.
V0638 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2412670 + 73.1d*E (JD2412600 - 14540); since JD2414800
V0638 Sgr   |- see Table.
V0646 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2413350 + 95d*E (JD2413300 - 15900); since JD2423900 -
V0646 Sgr   |see Table.
V0655 Sgr   |P = 213.0d? The coordinates given in [05869] are erroneous.
V0660 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426460 + 235.6d*E (JD2426400 - 35700) [00251]; since
V0660 Sgr   |JD2435600 - see Table.
V0663 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426160 + 305d*E [00251]; since JD2435600 - see Table.
V0671 Sgr   |P = 292.5d?
V0672 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2424680 + 228d*E [00251]; since JD2435600 - see Table.
V0674 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2425830 + 249d*E [00251]; since JD2435600 - see Table.
V0675 Sgr   |(k - b)2 = -0.01; {Delta}(S) = 11.
V0676 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2414140 + 181d*E (JD2414100 - 22600) [00251]; since
V0676 Sgr   |JD2423900 - see Table.
V0679 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2415900 + 225d*E (JD2415900 - 22200) [00251]; Max =
V0679 Sgr   |2425440 + 223.1d*E (JD2425000 - 29000); since JD2429000 - see
V0679 Sgr   |Table.
V0683 Sgr   |Min II 12.5.
V0686 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2425390 + 225.3d*E [00251]; since JD2435600 - see
V0686 Sgr   |Table.
V0687 Sgr   |Min II 12.2.
V0691 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2426095.550 + 0.46911d*E [00251]; since JD2435630 -
V0691 Sgr   |see Table.
V0703 Sgr   |Var 4. According to [02951] the range of light variation, the type
V0703 Sgr   |of variability and the elements of light variation are erroneously
V0703 Sgr   |assigned in [01640] to the star Var 3.
V0705 Sgr   |Min II 12.9.
V0710 Sgr   |P var. Min = 2426101.550 + 2.3817d*E [00251]; Min = 2431286.425 +
V0710 Sgr   |2.381633d*E (JD2428390 - 35700) [03513].
V0713 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2424680 + 253.4d*E [00251]; since JD2435600 - see
V0713 Sgr   |Table.
V0716 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2424670 + 277d*E [00251]; since JD2435600 - see Table.
V0718 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2425850 + 153.2d*E [00251]; since JD2435600 - see
V0718 Sgr   |Table.
V0721 Sgr   |P = 71:d?
V0725 Sgr   |Unique star. The mean brightness increased from 13.0m to 12.4m
V0725 Sgr   |since 1889 to 1915, and fell to 12.8m in 1926. From 1895 to 1926
V0725 Sgr   |real shortperiodic oscillations with the amplitude about 0.4m. In
V0725 Sgr   |1928 the amplitude suddenly increased by almost 2m, but the
V0725 Sgr   |magnitude in maximum remained unchanged. From 1928 to 1935 the
V0725 Sgr   |light variations became periodic, the period increasing every year
V0725 Sgr   |by 1d in accordance with the formula: Min = 2426087 + 15.933d*E +
V0725 Sgr   |0.0233d*E**2. In 1935 P = 21d. Since 1936 only small oscillations
V0725 Sgr   |of brightness with a gradual increase of the mean magnitude from
V0725 Sgr   |14.3m to 13.9m B (1969). Photoelectric observations in 1968 - 69
V0725 Sgr   |reveal the light variations 12.33m - 12.72m V with possible periods
V0725 Sgr   |15.4d in 1968 and 45.3d in 1969. In 1973 12.28m - 12.58m V, B-V =
V0725 Sgr   |+1.37, P = 50d [07101].
V0727 Sgr   |VB A (B = V728 Sgr, 14.7m - 15.9m, 25", 108{deg}).
V0728 Sgr   |VB B (A = V727 Sgr, B 25", 108{deg}).
V0734 Sgr   |Min II 13.1.
V0735 Sgr   |VB A (B 15.5m, 6", 315{deg}). According to B-V, U-B values and
V0735 Sgr   |spectrum the star is not a UG type variable [09840].
V0738 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6558. According to
V0738 Sgr   |[05403], RV? P = 86.78d?
V0743 Sgr   |Min II 14.2.
V0745 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2416560 + 385.1d*E (JD2411000 - 19260); since
V0745 Sgr   |JD2419260 - see Table.
V0748 Sgr   |Min II 14.7; d = 0.04P.
V0750 Sgr   |d = 0.02P:.
V0752 Sgr   |Min II 12.7.
V0755 Sgr   |d = 0.01P.
V0757 Sgr   |Min II 13.8; d = 0.06P.
V0760 Sgr   |Min II 13.4. P var. Min = 2414059.5 + 45.10d*E (JD2412800 - 19000);
V0760 Sgr   |since JD2419000 - see Table.
V0761 Sgr   |Min II 12.8; d = 0.05P.
V0762 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2414100 + 461d*E (JD2411000 - 22860); since JD2422860
V0762 Sgr   |- see Table.
V0763 Sgr   |P var. The observations are satisfied by the given elements since
V0763 Sgr   |JD2415000.
V0766 Sgr   |d = 0.05P.
V0768 Sgr   |Min II 13.0.
V0770 Sgr   |Min II 13.1.
V0773 Sgr   |[A/H] = 0.1.
V0777 Sgr   |d = 0.055P.
V0778 Sgr   |Min II 12.1.
V0779 Sgr   |Min II 12.0.
V0780 Sgr   |Min II 12.9; d = 0.08P.
V0782 Sgr   |d = 0.045P.
V0784 Sgr   |Min II 12.8.
V0786 Sgr   |d = 0.025P.
V0789 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 31. P = 5.10470d (Min II
V0789 Sgr   |12.7)? [00478].
V0791 Sgr   |d = 0.03P:.
V0792 Sgr   |Min II 12.2. In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse
V0792 Sgr   |nebula NGC 6514 (M 20).
V0793 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2412610 + 195d*E (JD2412600 - 19400); since JD2423400
V0793 Sgr   |- see Table.
V0794 Sgr   |P var. Min I = 2413723 + 173.48d*E (JD2413700 - 23750); since
V0794 Sgr   |JD2423750 - see Table.
V0801 Sgr   |Min II 14.9.
V0802 Sgr   |[A/H] = -0.4.
V0803 Sgr   |P = 3.771748d?
V0818 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies.
V0819 Sgr   |P var?
V0824 Sgr   |Min II 15.2.
V0828 Sgr   |There is a close companion.
V0838 Sgr   |P var?
V0839 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2426170.126 + 1.835347d*E (JD2425700 - 26600) [01598];
V0839 Sgr   |since JD2441500 - see Table.
V0841 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies.
V0844 Sgr   |P var?
V0845 Sgr   |Min II 14.6.
V0859 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies.
V0879 Sgr   |There is a close companion.
V0882 Sgr   |Min II 14.6.
V0884 Sgr   |0.20P <= M - m <= 0.40P. Blazhko effect.
V0889 Sgr   |0.14P <= M - m <= 0.24P. Blazhko effect.
V0902 Sgr   |Min II 14.8.
V0903 Sgr   |Min II 13.0.
V0919 Sgr   |Spectrum description [09845].
V0935 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2420040 + 232.0d*E (JD2419500 - 28650); since
V0935 Sgr   |JD2428600 - see Table.
V0938 Sgr   |P = 138.27d?
V0960 Sgr   |nP = 1734d.
V0966 Sgr   |Min II 14.0.
V0977 Sgr   |d = 0.03P.
V0981 Sgr   |Min II 14.8.
V0985 Sgr   |Min II 14.3.
V0986 Sgr   |d = 0.015P.
V0993 Sgr   |dI = 0.05P:; Min II 13.7, DII = 0.09P, dII = 0.00P.
V0994 Sgr   |Min II 12.8:.
V0998 Sgr   |The depth of Min II 0.04m:.
V1000 Sgr   |Min II 13.9.
V1002 Sgr   |Min II 13.7.
V1004 Sgr   |[A/H] = -0.2.
V1005 Sgr   |Min II 13.9.
V1013 Sgr   |Min II 15.0.
V1017 Sgr   |VB B (A 10.6m V; B 15", 270{deg}). For a long time the star was
V1017 Sgr   |considered to be a recurrent nova. Three considerable flares were
V1017 Sgr   |observed: in 1901 (10.8m), 1919 (6.2m), and 1973 (10.5m). Composite
V1017 Sgr   |spectrum with a trace of a hot component [03872].
V1023 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster Cr 394. Min II 13.0:.
V1026 Sgr   |Min II 13.4.
V1028 Sgr   |Min II 14.4.
V1032 Sgr   |Min II 15.0.
V1033 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies. Blazhko effect?
V1034 Sgr   |d = 0.025P:.
V1056 Sgr   |Min II 14.1.
V1063 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve strongly varies. Blazhko effect?
V1068 Sgr   |Min II 15.4.
V1069 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve strongly varies. Blazhko effect?
V1071 Sgr   |P = 1.3560996d?
V1072 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve strongly varies. Blazhko effect?
V1080 Sgr   |P var. The shape of the light curve varies.
V1081 Sgr   |P var?
V1089 Sgr   |Cycle <= 30d.
V1100 Sgr   |d = 0.02P:.
V1108 Sgr   |Min II 11.9; Min II - Min I = 0.516P.
V1109 Sgr   |Min II 14.5.
V1127 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: +78.10d**(-10)*E**2.
V1136 Sgr   |d = 0.020P.
V1148 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6553.
V1153 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2428391.266 + 1.332624d*E (JD2427680 - 30910); since
V1153 Sgr   |JD2435630 - see Table.
V1177 Sgr   |Min II 11.4.
V1178 Sgr   |d = 0.03P:.
V1180 Sgr   |[A/H] = -0.4.
V1181 Sgr   |[A/H] = 0.6. P var. Max = 2428452.25 + 21.341d*E (JD2427400 -
V1181 Sgr   |31000) [01638]; since JD2433000 - see Table.
V1185 Sgr   |[A/H] = -0.5. P var. Max = 2428778.86 + 13.9123d*E (JD2427500 -
V1185 Sgr   |32750) [01638]; Max = 2437485.4 + 13.901345d*E (JD2437100 - 43760)
V1185 Sgr   |[08519]; since JD2444000 - see Table.
V1187 Sgr   |[A/H] = -0.8.
V1188 Sgr   |[CA/H] = -0.37.
V1189 Sgr   |[A/H] = -1.1.
V1190 Sgr   |P = 3.000078d?
V1191 Sgr   |Min II 14.4.
V1205 Sgr   |The alternative period is possible: 0.659820d [01638].
V1209 Sgr   |A var.
V1211 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 3:.
V1214 Sgr   |There is a nonlinear term in the elements: -0.25d*10**(-7)*E**2.
V1216 Sgr   |{mu} = 0.720", P = 106.7{deg}.
V1223 Sgr   |As a rule has a persistent high state; five drops by two to more
V1223 Sgr   |than three magnitudes have been registered and a twelve year
V1223 Sgr   |interval of irregular variations at intermediate magnitudes.
V1223 Sgr   |According to [09850] there are slow variations in brightness by
V1223 Sgr   |0.15m on a time scale of ~1 day. They are superimposed by
V1223 Sgr   |variations with the orbital period P orb (Max = 2444749.9866 +
V1223 Sgr   |0.140239d*E) and with amplitude up to 0.15m. These variations in
V1223 Sgr   |their turn are superimposed by the others: with P = 794.38s and the
V1223 Sgr   |amplitude from 0.03m up to 0.15m (Max = 2444750.00404 +
V1223 Sgr   |0.009194215d*E and (sometimes) with P = 849.8s and a twice smaller
V1223 Sgr   |amplitude (Max = 2444750.00350 + 0.00983588d*E). Besides there are
V1223 Sgr   |rapid brightness variations on time scales 10 - 100s by 0.10m -
V1223 Sgr   |0.20m, and high frequency flickering by 0.05m. According to
V1223 Sgr   |[09851], the period of X-ray pulses associated with the rotation of
V1223 Sgr   |the compact object is 12.5 minutes.
V1276 Sgr   |Min II 14.3.
V1280 Sgr   |Brightness of Max varies by 2m with the period 5230d.
V1281 Sgr   |The light variation is not strictly periodic.
V1282 Sgr   |P var. Min = 2427651.297 + 1.754574d*E (JD2427650 - 30560) [00705];
V1282 Sgr   |since JD2435600 - see Table.
V1284 Sgr   |Min II 13.5. EB?
V1287 Sgr   |Var 3. According to [02951] the range of light variation of Var 4
V1287 Sgr   |(V703 Sgr), the type of variability and the elements of light
V1287 Sgr   |variation of Var 4 (V703) are erroneously assigned in [01640] to
V1287 Sgr   |the star Var 3. According to [02951] the range of light variation,
V1287 Sgr   |the type of variability and the elements of light variation are
V1287 Sgr   |erroneously assigned in [01640] to the star Var 4. Min II 14.8.
V1290 Sgr   |[A/H] = -1.2.
V1303 Sgr   |[A/H] = -0.8. P var? Max = 2438241.176 + 18.46812d*E (JD2427700 -
V1303 Sgr   |38250) [00001]; since JD2444000 - see Table.
V1304 Sgr   |[A/H] = 0.3. P var. Max = 2428758.10 + 12.9287d*E (JD2427590 -
V1304 Sgr   |28820) [01640]; since JD2435600 - see Table.
V1309 Sgr   |Not far from V4032 Sgr.
V1311 Sgr   |V 14 in the globular cluster NGC 6656 (M22). Not a member of the
V1311 Sgr   |cluster.
V1312 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2428815.600 + 0.6011427d*E (JD2427590 - 28820)
V1312 Sgr   |[01640]; since JD2435630 - see Table.
V1314 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2428346.536 + 0.657489d*E (JD2427600 - 28820) [01640];
V1314 Sgr   |since JD2435630 - see Table.
V1317 Sgr   |P var?
V1327 Sgr   |SR?, L? [08424].
V1328 Sgr   |P = 0.39937d?
V1329 Sgr   |VB B (A 17.2m; B 1.4", 120{deg}). P var. Max = 2432388.777 +
V1329 Sgr   |0.48306d*E (JD2431670 - 32740) [03524]; since JD2443300 - see
V1329 Sgr   |Table.
V1331 Sgr   |Min II 16.5.
V1352 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2431998.851 + 0.49505d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [01680];
V1352 Sgr   |Max = 2443341.844 + 0.49493d*E (JD2443300 - 350); Max = 2444087.558
V1352 Sgr   |+ 0.49516d*E (JD2444050 - 110); in the interval JD2444400 - 410 -
V1352 Sgr   |see Table.
V1356 Sgr   |Min II 18.0:.
V1357 Sgr   |Min II 19.0.
V1359 Sgr   |P var?
V1369 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2432736.821 + 0.52956d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [03524];
V1369 Sgr   |since JD2440700 - see Table.
V1374 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 1.
V1378 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = -3:.
V1387 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 3.
V1389 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V1390 Sgr   |Min II 17.6.
V1392 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2432739.791 + 0.55032d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [03524];
V1392 Sgr   |since JD2440700 - see Table.
V1393 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 3.
V1394 Sgr   |Min II 18.0.
V1401 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V1405 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2432031.778 + 0.46511d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [06094];
V1405 Sgr   |since JD2443300 - see Table.
V1408 Sgr   |A var (0.5m <= A <= 1.4m).
V1409 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2432739.822 + 0.65159d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [03524];
V1409 Sgr   |since JD2443300 - see Table.
V1412 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V1415 Sgr   |P var?
V1416 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 3. P var? Max = 2432002.875 + 0.42767d*E (JD2431670 -
V1416 Sgr   |33150) [06094]; since JD2440700 - see Table.
V1418 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2432740.818 + 0.45423d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [03524];
V1418 Sgr   |since JD2440700 - see Table.
V1419 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2432061.669 + 0.57144d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [01680];
V1419 Sgr   |since JD2440700 - see Table.
V1425 Sgr   |Min II 18.8.
V1426 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 1.5.
V1429 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V1435 Sgr   |Min II 18.0; Min II - Min I = 0.53P.
V1437 Sgr   |V8 (NGC 6522); not a member of the globular cluster.
V1438 Sgr   |V9 (NGC 6522); not a member of the globular cluster.
V1439 Sgr   |P = 0.53711d? [06094].
V1443 Sgr   |Min II 18.6.
V1446 Sgr   |Min II 18.0.
V1447 Sgr   |Min II 18.2.
V1454 Sgr   |Min II 15.4.
V1457 Sgr   |Min II 19.0.
V1459 Sgr   |The depth of Min II is 0.04m.
V1460 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2432067 + 162.0d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [01680]; since
V1460 Sgr   |JD2440340 - see Table.
V1464 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 1.
V1465 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2431702.660 + 0.45757d*E (JD2431700 - 940); Max =
V1465 Sgr   |2432706.945 + 0.45757d*E (JD2431940 - 32740) [03524]; since
V1465 Sgr   |JD2440740 - see Table.
V1466 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V1473 Sgr   |According to [08424] P = 340d.
V1487 Sgr   |Min II 18.8.
V1491 Sgr   |Min II 18.5.
V1498 Sgr   |SP component of a close pair. P var. Max = 2432739.728 + 0.47467d*E
V1498 Sgr   |(JD2431670 - 33150) [06094]; since JD2443300 - see Table.
V1508 Sgr   |VB.
V1509 Sgr   |Min II 18.1:.
V1510 Sgr   |According to [06094], P = 0.48546d.
V1516 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2432740.753 + 0.49709d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [03524];
V1516 Sgr   |since JD2440700 - see Table.
V1517 Sgr   |P < 2.0d.
V1523 Sgr   |P var? Max = 2432417.702 + 0.36202d*E (JD2431670 - 33150) [03524];
V1523 Sgr   |since JD2443300 - see Table.
V1526 Sgr   |Min II 18.3.
V1537 Sgr   |Min II 17.4; Min II - Min I = 0.54P.
V1540 Sgr   |According to [08424], P = 465d.
V1546 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V1550 Sgr   |P = 0.37432d? [06094].
V1554 Sgr   |Min II 17.5.
V1557 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 8.
V1558 Sgr   |{Delta}(S) = 1.
V1559 Sgr   |The depth of MinII is 0.04m.
V1561 Sgr   |Min II 17.7.
V1567 Sgr   |Min II 18.0.
V1569 Sgr   |Min II 18.6.
V1576 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -1.23.
V1577 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426200 + 290d*E (JD2426000 - 30560) [02449]; since
V1577 Sgr   |JD2430560 - see Table.
V1580 Sgr   |P var (310d <= P <= 365d).
V1589 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.91.
V1602 Sgr   |d = 0.03P.
V1610 Sgr   |P < 0.5d.
V1639 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies.
V1640 Sgr   |(k -b)2 = 0.24. P var?
V1642 Sgr   |250d <= P <= 350d.
V1643 Sgr   |Min II 12.1. According to [05771], RR?, P = 0.34d.
V1644 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies.
V1647 Sgr   |VB A (B 9.13m, 8", 104{deg}). Min II 7.43, DII = 0.059P, Min II -
V1647 Sgr   |Min I = 0.262P (JD2441830); Min II = 2441830.55561 + 3.28282227d*E.
V1647 Sgr   |The apsidal motion period is 592.5 +- 6.5 years.
V1648 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min.
V1652 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min.
V1653 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min.
V1656 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min.
V1658 Sgr   |P var.Max = 2426560 + 105d*E (JD2417000 - 28000) [00842]; since
V1658 Sgr   |JD2428000 - see Table.
V1660 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min.
V1661 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min. P var. Max = 2426850 + 275d*E (JD2424000 -
V1661 Sgr   |26850); since JD2436700 - see Table.
V1667 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426560 + 158d*E (JD2417000 - 36000) [00842]; since
V1667 Sgr   |JD2436000 - see Table.
V1668 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min.
V1670 Sgr   |A var. P var. The shape of the light curve varies (probably with a
V1670 Sgr   |period of about 11 years).
V1675 Sgr   |A possible companion of 16m.
V1679 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min.
V1681 Sgr   |A possible companion of 16m.
V1690 Sgr   |A possible companion of 16m.
V1691 Sgr   |Close VB. Flat Min. P var. Max = 2426520 + 235d*E (JD2417000 -
V1691 Sgr   |28000) [00842]; since JD2436000 - see Table.
V1697 Sgr   |A possible companion of 16m.
V1698 Sgr   |A possible companion of 16m.
V1699 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2425410 + 203.6d*E (JD2417000 - 27600) [00842]; since
V1699 Sgr   |JD2436000 - see Table.
V1703 Sgr   |A possible companion of 16m.
V1705 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2425860 + 142d*E (JD2417000 - 27000) [00842]; since
V1705 Sgr   |JD2435800 - see Table.
V1711 Sgr   |[A/H] = -1.1. P var. Max = 2435365.19 + 30.46d*E (JD2432700 -
V1711 Sgr   |35400) [02570]; since JD2442200 - see Table.
V1714 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster Ruprecht 134.
V1721 Sgr   |d = 0.03P:.
V1723 Sgr   |Min II 13.8.
V1730 Sgr   |Min II 14.8:; d = 0.03P:.
V1741 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var1.
V1743 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var2.
V1747 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var3.
V1748 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var4.
V1749 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var6.
V1750 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var8.
V1751 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var7.
V1752 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var13.
V1753 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var14.
V1755 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var15.
V1758 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var16.
V1761 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var19.
V1762 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var20.
V1764 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var23.
V1765 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var24.
V1768 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var26.
V1769 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var27.
V1771 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var29.
V1772 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var28.
V1773 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var31.
V1774 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var30.
V1775 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var33.
V1776 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var36.
V1777 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var37.
V1778 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var34.
V1779 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var40.
V1780 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var39.
V1781 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var41.
V1782 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var44.
V1784 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var45.
V1785 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var46.
V1786 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var48.
V1787 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var47.
V1788 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var50.
V1789 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var51.
V1790 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var49. Western
V1790 Sgr   |component of a close pair.
V1791 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var53.
V1792 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var55.
V1793 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var54.
V1794 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var56.
V1795 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var58.
V1797 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var59.
V1798 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var60.
V1800 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var61.
V1801 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var62.
V1802 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var63.
V1803 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var64. SP component of
V1803 Sgr   |a close pair.
V1805 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var66.
V1807 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var67.
V1808 Sgr   |In the nebula and the cluster NGC 6530 (M8). Var68.
V1828 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2424402 + 12.985d*E (JD2423800 - 36000) [02515]; since
V1828 Sgr   |JD2436000 - see Table.
V1831 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2428849.4 + 26.58d*E (JD2427500 - 31270) [02447];
V1831 Sgr   |since JD2435630 - see Table.
V1843 Sgr   |P = 163.7d? [05869].
V1845 Sgr   |Flat Min. Close companion?
V1864 Sgr   |Epoch of light maximum is given.
V1869 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2434178 + 346d*E (JD2427590 - 34220) [02447]; since
V1869 Sgr   |JD2435630 - see Table.
V1882 Sgr   |The shape of the light curve varies.
V1891 Sgr   |A companion of 16m.
V1894 Sgr   |V4 (NGC 6637). Possible member of the globular cluster NGC 6637 (M
V1894 Sgr   |69).
V1895 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2421065 + 156.0d*E (JD2418850 - 21100); since
V1895 Sgr   |JD2427600 - see Table.
V1900 Sgr   |A companion of 15m.
V1904 Sgr   |A companion of 15m.
V1911 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2428832.4 + 10.0581d*E (JD2427600 - 34220) [02447];
V1911 Sgr   |since JD2435630 - see Table. The shape of the light curve varies?
V1925 Sgr   |P var?
V1942 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster Ruprecht 147.
V1945 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V1945 Sgr   |(M20).
V1946 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V1946 Sgr   |(M20).
V1947 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V1947 Sgr   |(M20). All the published charts for this variable are wrong.
V1947 Sgr   |According to [09861] the star actually lies 1.1 mm south and 0.8 mm
V1947 Sgr   |east of "D2" in fugure 3 published in [02428].
V1948 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V1948 Sgr   |(M20).
V1949 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V1949 Sgr   |(M20).
V1950 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V1950 Sgr   |(M20).
V1951 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V1951 Sgr   |(M20).
V1954 Sgr   |VB(ro = 2"). P var. There is a nonlinear term in the elements:
V1954 Sgr   |-4.1313d*10**(-8)*E**2.
V1958 Sgr   |Min II 14.0.
V1962 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1962 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1963 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1963 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1966 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1966 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1969 Sgr   |There are three close faint companions (15.8m-16.3m).
V1970 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1970 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1971 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1971 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1973 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1973 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1975 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1975 Sgr   |(M 17). The presence of a blue companion is possible.
V1976 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1976 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1977 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6618
V1977 Sgr   |(M 17).
V1980 Sgr   |Min II 11.7; DII = 0.11P; Min II - Min I = 0.52P.
V1996 Sgr   |VB.
V2003 Sgr   |S 5.5/5. In the region of the open cluster M 25 (IC 4725).
V2007 Sgr   |V 26 (NGC 6656 = M 22).
V2008 Sgr   |P = 120 - 135d.
V2028 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6681 (M 70).
V2037 Sgr   |A close companion is possible.
V2054 Sgr   |P > 450d?
V2062 Sgr   |The chart in [4233] is wrong.
V2064 Sgr   |VB. Combined brightness of the star and the close companion was
V2064 Sgr   |estimated. It is not clear which star is variable.
V2065 Sgr   |NP component of a close binary.
V2094 Sgr   |P < 0.5d.
V2106 Sgr   |VB. Combined brightness of the components was estimated.
V2148 Sgr   |VB. Combined brightness of the components was estimated. The
V2148 Sgr   |variable is the northern component.
V2276 Sgr   |P < 30d.
V2282 Sgr   |Star L. In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula
V2282 Sgr   |NGC 6514 (M20). Late spectrum.
V2283 Sgr   |Min II 10.59:. Apsidal motion with P = 560 years [07107]: 0.739P
V2283 Sgr   |(1898) <= Min II - Min I <= 0.797P (1965). There are periodic terms
V2283 Sgr   |in the elements given in the Table: +0.5414d*sin(0.006{deg}*(E +
V2283 Sgr   |45019)) - 0.0995d*sin(0.012{deg}* (E + 45019)) +
V2283 Sgr   |0.0217d*sin(0.018{deg}*(E + 45019)); Min II = 2438946.7619 +
V2283 Sgr   |3.4714231d*E - 0.5414d*sin(0.006{deg}* (E + 45019)) -
V2283 Sgr   |0.0995d*sin(0.012{deg}*(E + 45019)) - 0.0217d* sin(0.018{deg}*(E +
V2283 Sgr   |45019)).
V2284 Sgr   |P var.
V2313 Sgr   |Min II 16.8.
V2315 Sgr   |P = 0.193d?
V2323 Sgr   |Blue [08424].
V2341 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V2342 Sgr   |V 17 (NGC 6626 = M28). The member of this globular cluster. Min II
V2342 Sgr   |13.5.
V2343 Sgr   |A close companion of 14.5m.
V2346 Sgr   |Cycles 50 - 100d.
V2349 Sgr   |Min II 9.2.
V2351 Sgr   |Min II 10.31.
V2352 Sgr   |P var. There is a nonlinear term in the elements: 0.0525d*E**2.
V2355 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6637 (M 69).
V2358 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6642.
V2359 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6637 (M 69).
V2360 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6637 (M 69).
V2361 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6637 (M 69).
V2362 Sgr   |A close companion of 15m.
V2366 Sgr   |P var. There is a nonlinear term in the elements:
V2366 Sgr   |+0.6815d*10**(-9)*E**2.
V2367 Sgr   |V28 (NGC 6656 = M22). Not a member of this globular cluster. P =
V2367 Sgr   |323d?
V2378 Sgr   |Two close companions of 15.3m and 15.8m.
V2389 Sgr   |P var?
V2391 Sgr   |P = 189d?
V2413 Sgr   |P var. The elements are valid in the interval JD2425440 - 30905.
V2416 Sgr   |P.K. 7 +1G 2.
V2425 Sgr   |E?
V2442 Sgr   |P = 0.5d?
V2449 Sgr   |Min II 17.4.
V2468 Sgr   |Blue [08424].
V2471 Sgr   |VB B (A 14.6m; B 8", 225{deg}).
V2493 Sgr   |Blue [08424].
V2506 Sgr   |P.K. 3 -4{deg} 6.
V2507 Sgr   |Min II 14.6.
V2508 Sgr   |Min II 14.1:.
V2509 Sgr   |Min II 7.50.
V2510 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brigtness is given. The elements given in the
V2510 Sgr   |Table are valid since JD2427440.
V2520 Sgr   |VB.
V2526 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given. P var. Min = 2428699.5 +
V2526 Sgr   |31.3224d*E (JD2424100 - 31400) [05590]. Since JD2431400 - see
V2526 Sgr   |Table.
V2529 Sgr   |Min II 14.5. Twice shorter period is given in [05590].
V2540 Sgr   |P var.
V2544 Sgr   |VB?
V2552 Sgr   |VB A (B 15.7m).
V2553 Sgr   |There are two close companions.
V2562 Sgr   |Northern component of a close pair. The companion is of 16m.
V2563 Sgr   |P var.
V2564 Sgr   |P var?
V2565 Sgr   |VB B (A 12.5m; B 90{deg}).
V2566 Sgr   |P var. [Ca/H] = -0.52.
V2567 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.57.
V2568 Sgr   |P var?
V2576 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426200 + 149d*E (JD2423500 - 27000); since JD2433000
V2576 Sgr   |- see Table.
V2577 Sgr   |P var?
V2578 Sgr   |VB. In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6642.
V2579 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2429926.251 + 0.5911903d*E (JD2427590 - 34200)
V2579 Sgr   |[05590]; since JD2435600 - see Table.
V2584 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426564.347 + 0.534829d*E (JD2423940 - 33860); since
V2584 Sgr   |JD2437820 - see Table.
V2592 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6656 (M22).
V2593 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2428780.349 + 0.5123825d*E (JD2427680 - 34200)
V2593 Sgr   |[05590]; since JD2435600 - see Table.
V2594 Sgr   |P var.
V2598 Sgr   |A companion 15.8m. Spectrum description [06495].
V2601 Sgr   |P.K. 12 -7{deg} 1. The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V2616 Sgr   |Min II 13.0.
V2617 Sgr   |Min II 9.63.
V2620 Sgr   |P = 185.6d?
V2625 Sgr   |P = 0.75837d?
V2628 Sgr   |P = 171d:?/205d:?/256d:?.
V2645 Sgr   |P var?
V2649 Sgr   |P = 143d:?
V2672 Sgr   |P = 196.8d? /204.5d, /255.3d? /315.0d?
V2682 Sgr   |P = 228.5d?
V2687 Sgr   |P = 174d:?
V2703 Sgr   |P = 270d:?
V2719 Sgr   |SR?
V2731 Sgr   |P = 147d:?
V2732 Sgr   |P = 188.6d?
V2733 Sgr   |P = 244d:?
V2736 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -1.45.
V2738 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.67.
V2740 Sgr   |P = 269.0d?
V2745 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -1.15.
V2756 Sgr   |P.K. 2 -5{deg} 1. The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V2763 Sgr   |P = 216d:?
V2777 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.83.
V2783 Sgr   |P = 265.0d?
V2789 Sgr   |P = 255.5d?
V2798 Sgr   |P = 244.5d?
V2816 Sgr   |P = 250d:?
V2828 Sgr   |P = 0.39669d?
V2830 Sgr   |Cepheid?
V2833 Sgr   |P = 224.0d?
V2834 Sgr   |P = 275d:?
V2846 Sgr   |P = 0.39659d?
V2868 Sgr   |P = 235.5d?
V2876 Sgr   |Min II 15.7:.
V2877 Sgr   |P = 254.5d?
V2893 Sgr   |P = 250d:?
V2900 Sgr   |P = 0.49835d?
V2905 Sgr   |Spectrum description [04452,06495].
V2918 Sgr   |P = 197d:?
V2937 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.75.
V2947 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V2959 Sgr   |P = 0.37233d?
V2962 Sgr   |P = 209.5d?
V2967 Sgr   |P = 0.68750d?
V2996 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3004 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.76.
V3005 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3016 Sgr   |P var?
V3032 Sgr   |P = 153d:?
V3033 Sgr   |The coordinates given in [05869] are erroneous.
V3034 Sgr   |P = 154d:?
V3038 Sgr   |P = 252d:?
V3052 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3062 Sgr   |EW? P = 0.59610d?
V3065 Sgr   |P = 179.8d?/215.5d?
V3071 Sgr   |P = 291d:?
V3072 Sgr   |P = 194d:?
V3088 Sgr   |P = 215d:?
V3105 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.82.
V3106 Sgr   |P = 261d:?
V3111 Sgr   |P = 182.8d?
V3127 Sgr   |UG? Not red.
V3128 Sgr   |Nova? Only one Max was observed.
V3170 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.82.
V3175 Sgr   |P = 179.8d?
V3176 Sgr   |P = 197d:?
V3179 Sgr   |P = 297d:?
V3186 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -1.28.
V3196 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3207 Sgr   |P = 237d:?
V3239 Sgr   |P = 226d:?
V3249 Sgr   |UG?
V3285 Sgr   |P = 173.8d /196.2d?
V3294 Sgr   |P = 121d:? /177d:?
V3295 Sgr   |P = 197d:?
V3335 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3353 Sgr   |P var?
V3356 Sgr   |P = 239.5d?
V3365 Sgr   |P = 197d:? /252d:?
V3388 Sgr   |P = 125d:? /160d:?
V3395 Sgr   |P = 159d:?
V3412 Sgr   |Cepheid?
V3433 Sgr   |P = 287.0d?
V3443 Sgr   |P = 177.6d?
V3444 Sgr   |P = 160d:?
V3459 Sgr   |P var. The shape of the light curve varies.
V3467 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3473 Sgr   |SR?
V3500 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3501 Sgr   |Min II 15.7:.
V3508 Sgr   |The member of the open cluster M25 (IC 4725).
V3511 Sgr   |RV Tau? Cepheid?
V3536 Sgr   |P = 239.5d?
V3537 Sgr   |P = 318.0d?
V3551 Sgr   |P = 165.2d? /201.0d?
V3560 Sgr   |P = 181d:?
V3564 Sgr   |Cepheid?
V3566 Sgr   |P = 249.0d?
V3583 Sgr   |P = 228.0d?
V3588 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.69.
V3625 Sgr   |P = 294d:?
V3634 Sgr   |P = 145d:?
V3645 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster M25 (IC 4725).
V3709 Sgr   |P = 240.0d?
V3718 Sgr   |P var. There is a nonlinear term in the elements:
V3718 Sgr   |+0.865d*10**(-10)*E**2.
V3748 Sgr   |P = 0.305327d?
V3765 Sgr   |[Ca/H] = -0.78.
V3783 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6681 (M70).
V3784 Sgr   |P = 176.4d?
V3788 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6723. Red.
V3791 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V3791 Sgr   |(M20).
V3792 Sgr   |VB A (B 8.92m, 13.3", 90{deg}). Min II 6.81. The range of the
V3792 Sgr   |combined light variation is given in the Table. The shape of the
V3792 Sgr   |light curve varies.
V3804 Sgr   |Spectrum description [06495,07099].
V3811 Sgr   |P2 = 4d? Spectrum description [07099,09845].
V3817 Sgr   |VB A (B 16m).
V3819 Sgr   |P var. There is a nonlinear term in the elements: +10**(-10)*E**2.
V3829 Sgr   |A close companion.
V3832 Sgr   |A close companion.
V3834 Sgr   |Cepheid or eclipsing?
V3837 Sgr   |P = 0.565d? [06383].
V3838 Sgr   |VB A (B 15.8m).
V3841 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2431970 + 358d*E (JD2423900 - 33000); since JD2433000
V3841 Sgr   |- see Table.
V3842 Sgr   |A close companion with M2? Spectral class possibly exists.
V3843 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6642.
V3853 Sgr   |V22 (NGC 6656 = M22). The member of this globular cluster.
V3855 Sgr   |V31 (NGC 6656 = M22). Possible member of the cluster.
V3857 Sgr   |According to [06278] the spectral class is M8.
V3867 Sgr   |Under the chart S 4903 is printed erroneously instead of CSV 4309.
V3868 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2426130 + 270d*E (JD2423900 - 33900); since JD2435700
V3868 Sgr   |- see Table.
V3874 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2436035 + 115.3d*E (JD2426000 - 38000); since
V3874 Sgr   |JD2438000 - see Table.
V3875 Sgr   |P var. P = 358d (JD2424000 - 33800); since JD2435000 - see Table.
V3876 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2430090 + 345d*E (JD2423900 - 32000); Max = 2436830 +
V3876 Sgr   |358d*E (JD2436000 - 41500) [06279]; since JD2441400 - see Table.
V3879 Sgr   |VB ({Delta}(m) = 2.6m, ro = 0.6").
V3880 Sgr   |OH, SiO, H2O maser.
V3885 Sgr   |Porb = 0.206d [04939]. Besides the irregular variability
V3885 Sgr   |high-frequency oscillations are sometimes observed with P1 = 29.0s,
V3885 Sgr   |P2 = 30.15s and with amplitudes of 0.00028m. In the spectrum there
V3885 Sgr   |are extremely broad absorption lines of HI and HeI. The Balmer
V3885 Sgr   |lines have emission components. X-ray source.
V3886 Sgr   |Type EB?
V3893 Sgr   |Connected with a ring nebula.
V3894 Sgr   |Min II 6.37. P var?
V3899 Sgr   |In the region of the open cluster and the diffuse nebula NGC 6514
V3899 Sgr   |(M20).
V3900 Sgr   |V7 (NGC 6522). Not a member of this globular cluster.
V3903 Sgr   |The member of the open cluster Collinder 367. In the nebula Simeis
V3903 Sgr   |188.
V3907 Sgr   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
V3929 Sgr   |P.K.5 -5{deg} 2.
V3961 Sgr   |SB1 (Porb = 690d [09915]).
V4024 Sgr   |SB.
V4032 Sgr   |Not far from V1309 Sgr.
V4034 Sgr   |Flat Min. Close companion?
V4046 Sgr   |Flares (11.1m - 12.4m U).
V4048 Sgr   |Min II 12.6; DII = 0.15P.
V4051 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6638. Not a member of the
V4051 Sgr   |cluster.
V4052 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6638. Not a member of the
V4052 Sgr   |cluster.
V4054 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6638. Not a member of the
V4054 Sgr   |cluster.
V4055 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6638. Not a member of the
V4055 Sgr   |cluster.
V4058 Sgr   |d = 0.02P
V4060 Sgr   |P var. Max = 2437846 + 283d*E (JD2436030 - 38970); since JD2438970
V4060 Sgr   |- see Table.
V4066 Sgr   |d ~0.07P.
V4067 Sgr   |V32 (NGC 6656 = M22). Not a member of the globular cluster.
V4068 Sgr   |V17 (NGC 6656 = M22). Not a member of the globular cluster.
V4069 Sgr   |V33 (NGC 6656 = M22). Not a member of the globular cluster.
V4390 Sgr   |SB2 and speckle binary.
V4417 Sgr   |The variability may be due to the fainter (B) component.
V4429 Sgr   |A giant, according to HIPPARCOS data, despite the published
V4429 Sgr   |luminosity class (V).
V4620 Sgr   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6558.
V4955 Sgr   |Close to the N of V4521 Sgr, the periods differ considerably.
V5099 Sgr   |SU UMa-type cv.
V5112 Sgr   |A symmetrical minimum lasted for several months, with variations
V5112 Sgr   |also outside it.
V5129 Sgr   |MinII 15.71.
V5157 Sgr   |The type was confirmed spectroscopically in [78222].
V5164 Sgr   |MinII 13.31.
V5325 Sgr   |The Mira V3978 Sgr is in 12" to the west.
V5400 Sgr   |The coordinates are given for BMB 21. BMB 20 5" np. It is not clear
V5400 Sgr   |which component varies.
V5431 Sgr   |VB A (B 5" np). It is not clear which component varies.
V5521 Sgr   |MinII 15.8.
V5527 Sgr   |MinII 16.9.
V5528 Sgr   |MinII 17.7.
V5533 Sgr   |The light curve with P = 0.94741 d in [78022] is not convincing,
V5533 Sgr   |our period is based on ASAS-3 data.
V5535 Sgr   |MinII 10.96.
V5555 Sgr   |A protoplanetary object, rapid irregular brightness variations.
V5559 Sgr   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V5565 Sgr   |MinII - MinI = 0.41P.
V5566 Sgr   |VB A (B 7.5mKs, 7", 327{deg}, 1999). The A component looks not
V5566 Sgr   |round on DSS images, the spectral type M6: [79127] probably refers
V5566 Sgr   |to an unresolved companion and not to component B.
V5569 Sgr   |Besides eclipses, complex variations of different nature.
V5627 Sgr   |A decline from 15.1m to 16.9m was observed between JD 2449800 and
V5627 Sgr   |2451400. The tabulated light elements are for eclipses in
V5627 Sgr   |quiescence (Max 16.88m).
V5631 Sgr   |VB A (B 11.2m, 1".9, 98{deg}, 2002).
V5632 Sgr   |OH maser.
V5633 Sgr   |Multiperiodic.
V5634 Sgr   |X-ray pulses with P = 5.539917s.
V5639 Sgr   |VB A (B 11.6m, 8", 142{deg}, 2000; several fainter companions).
V5640 Sgr   |Erroneously called V1592 Sgr in [80502].
V5641 Sgr   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.203290d.
V5644 Sgr   |The fundamental period is tabulated; for the first overtone, P =
V5644 Sgr   |0.34247d.
V5649 Sgr   |Blended, combined magnitudes are tabulated. Type Mira is not
V5649 Sgr   |excluded.
V5659 Sgr   |Blazhko effect, P = 45.69d.
V5664 Sgr   |Type EW with a twice longer period is possible.
V5672 Sgr   |VB A (B 5", 35{deg}, 2000). The magnitudes in the Table were
V5672 Sgr   |influenced by the companion.
V5675 Sgr   |P = 129d is superposed.
V5680 Sgr   |VB A (B 14.5mV, 6", 148{deg}, 1996).
V5695 Sgr   |MinII - MinI = 0.56P.
V5697 Sgr   |MinII - MinI = 0.59P.
V5700 Sgr   |VB A (B 3.5" f).
V5701 Sgr   |Several close companions.
V5728 Sgr   |VB A (B 2.5" f).
V5731 Sgr   |VB A (B 2.5" p).
V5732 Sgr   |VB B (A 2" np).
V5743 Sgr   |Several close companions.
V5745 Sgr   |VB A (B 2" np).
V5759 Sgr   |SB, Porb = 671d.
V5760 Sgr   |VB B (A 2.5" nf). Eclipses: 16.9m - 17.2m, MinII 17.1m. A
V5760 Sgr   |brightening to 15.0m, of unclear nature, was observed on JD2453050
V5760 Sgr   |- 2453170.
V5779 Sgr   |Main wave: amplitude about 1.2m; long wave: P = 1566d, amplitude
V5779 Sgr   |about 3m.
V5815 Sgr   |VB A (B 11.9, 8", 235{deg}, 2000).
V5824 Sgr   |VB A (B 13.0m, 7", 69{deg}, 1999).
V5825 Sgr   |VB A (B = V2790 Sgr, 13", 271{deg}, 1980; also other companions).
V5830 Sgr   |The identification with V1615 Sgr [81002] is wrong.
V5833 Sgr   |Multiperiodic. Other periods: 0.1345604d; 0.0821122d?
V5837 Sgr   |Multiperiodic, 5 harmonics detected.
V5840 Sgr   |SB2.
V5845 Sgr   |Double-mode pulsations. P1 is given in the Table, P0 = 0.45389d.
V5845 Sgr   |P1/P0 = 0.7416.
V5846 Sgr   |VB A (9.53m; B 10.9m, 13", 106{deg}, 1999). The magnitudes in the
V5846 Sgr   |Table are influenced with the companion.
V5847 Sgr   |The elements in the Table are for the first overtone. P0 =
V5847 Sgr   |0.474648d. P1/P0 = 0.7439.
V5860 Sgr   |P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 3.37986d; P1/P0 = 0.7009.
V5864 Sgr   |Blended. P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.832980d; P1/P0 =
V5864 Sgr   |0.7051.
V5867 Sgr   |P = 215.3d is superposed.
V5874 Sgr   |P = 161.7d is superposed.
V5875 Sgr   |The depth of eclipses varies strongly.
eta   Sgr   |VB A (B 8.0m, 3.5",105{deg}).
mu.   Sgr   |VB A (B 10.48m, 16.9", 285{deg}; C 13.0m, 25.2", 119{deg}; D 9.69m,
mu.   Sgr   |48.5", 312{deg}; E 9.25m, 50.0", 115{deg}). SB2 (e = 0.4). The
mu.   Sgr   |variability type is EA/GS + ACYG. According to [09922] there are
mu.   Sgr   |also quasiperiodical light variations with the amplitudes 0.08m -
mu.   Sgr   |0.15m and cycles from 16d to 40d.
ups   Sgr   |Min II 4.59.
R     Sco   |V7 (NGC 6093 = M80). Probable field star. P var. Max = 2400518 +
R     Sco   |220.2d*E (JD2400500 - 04000) [00960]; Max = 2404493 + 225.86d*E
R     Sco   |(JD2404000 - 08600); Max = 2409003 + 222.29d*E (JD2408600 - 33300);
R     Sco   |since JD2433300 - see Table.
S     Sco   |V6 (NGC 6093 = M80). Cluster non-member. P var. Max = 2400986 +
S     Sco   |177.00d*E (JD2400900 - 17500); since JD2417500 - see Table.
T     Sco   |4.0" N, 2.7" E from the center of the globular cluster NGC 6093 =
T     Sco   |M80.
U     Sco   |Previous outbursts: 2401646: (1863), 2417343 (1906), 2428342
U     Sco   |(1936).
Y     Sco   |Since 1972 varies its brightness in the range 12.3m-15.0m
Y     Sco   |irregularly, maxima are unpredictable [08080].
Z     Sco   |P var. Max = 2425546 + 357.17d*E (JD2412500 - 25600); since
Z     Sco   |JD2430000 - see Table.
RR    Sco   |SiO maser. P var. Max = 2416944 + 284.31d*E (JD2411000 - 18000);
RR    Sco   |Max = 2422828 + 278.09d*E (JD2422800 - 40000); since JD2440000 -
RR    Sco   |see Table.
RU    Sco   |P var. During JD2425000 - 40000 - see Table.
RV    Sco   |VB A (B 13.0m, 5.9", 325{deg}).
RW    Sco   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
RY    Sco   |P var, nonlinear term: +4.10d*10**(-6)*E**2. [A/H] = 0.2. VB A (B
RY    Sco   |10.70m, F8:, 13.8", 220.5{deg}, 1965; C 11.5m, 2.0", 102{deg},
RY    Sco   |1964; D 11.43m, 24", 80{deg}). Combined brightness of AC is given.
RZ    Sco   |P var. Max = 2413994 + 161.20d*E (JD2413600 - 22700); Max = 2422858
RZ    Sco   |+ 155.79d*E (JD2422700 - 28000); Max = 2428156 + 160.29d*E
RZ    Sco   |(JD2428000 - 35000); since JD2437500 - see Table.
SV    Sco   |P var. Max = 2418886 + 258.5d:*E (JD2411600 - 19000); Max = 2424233
SV    Sco   |+ 252.43d*E (JD2420500 - 28600); Max = 2429055 + 255.9d:*E
SV    Sco   |(JD2428600 - 35000); since JD2437000 - see Table.
SY    Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
TX    Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7. Probable cluster
TX    Sco   |member.
XX    Sco   |The elements Max = 2413786 + 152d*E [00031] do not represent the
XX    Sco   |observations from [09447].
AC    Sco   |According to [00266], CST:, 12.2m - 12.6m pg.
AH    Sco   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
AI    Sco   |P2 = 966.6d.
AL    Sco   |Min II 11.3.
AN    Sco   |EA type is possible.
AP    Sco   |The chart in [09447] is wrong.
AR    Sco   |According to [07104], T Tau type spectrum.
AU    Sco   |It is assumed that the star, called AU Sco in [00121], is actually
AU    Sco   |NSV 20691.
AV    Sco   |The chart and data in [09447] correspond to another star.
BI    Sco   |VB B (A = GW Sco; B 6", 150{deg}).
BM    Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6405 = M6.
BN    Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7. Resembles R Cen.
BS    Sco   |d <= 0.03P. According to [00021], SP F8.
BT    Sco   |P var. There is periodic term in the elements given in the Table:
BT    Sco   |+0.05d*sin(176{deg} + 0.0857{deg}*E). Blazhko effect?
BV    Sco   |Doubtful identification in [09447].
CF    Sco   |Min II 13.8.
CK    Sco   |VB A (B 15m, 14").
CL    Sco   |The brightness in optical and UV range is modulated according to
CL    Sco   |the elements: Min (pg) = 2427020 + 624.7d*E. Outbursts 1892, 1899,
CL    Sco   |1907, 1926.
CP    Sco   |N /= 4.
CQ    Sco   |[A/H] = -1.4.
DX    Sco   |VB A (B p).
EZ    Sco   |VB A (B 15.6m nf).
FQ    Sco   |VB A (B 16m vis).
FU    Sco   |VB A (B np). Min II 12.7, Min II - MiN I = 0.493P.
FV    Sco   |d = 0.015P. Depth of Min II 0.1m pg.
FY    Sco   |VB A (B 15m, 15", 35{deg}).
GG    Sco   |VB A (B 15m, 8", 45{deg}).
GM    Sco   |The nothern one of the two stars noted on the chart for SVS 1677.
GW    Sco   |VB A (B = BI Sco, 6", 150{deg}).
IU    Sco   |VB A (B 16.4m nf). Max = 2413280 + 69.05d*E (1893 - 1906); during
IU    Sco   |1910 - 1928 - see Table.
KO    Sco   |Rapid variations: A = 1.0m. Slow changes: A = 0.5m, P = 2000d +-.
KQ    Sco   |[A/H] = +0.3. P var?
LO    Sco   |P var? Before JD2419150 Max = 2411500 + 450d*E; since JD2423900 -
LO    Sco   |see Table. The spectrum is later than M5.
LR    Sco   |The spectrum resembles RCrB in Max light [08090]. IR excess. RCB
LR    Sco   |type minima were not observed.
OO    Sco   |In the region of the open cluster TR 29.
OQ    Sco   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
QZ    Sco   |P var. Before JD2420400 Max = 2412640 + 158d*E; since JD2423900 -
QZ    Sco   |see Table.
V0347 Sco   |P var. Before JD2418700 Max = 2411500 + 198d*E; since JD2423900 -
V0347 Sco   |see Table.
V0350 Sco   |VB A (B 15.0m, 3", 233 {deg}).
V0381 Sco   |d = 0.046P.
V0382 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0385 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster CR 338.
V0387 Sco   |Min II 12.2.
V0390 Sco   |P var. Before JD2422500 Max = 2420330 + 466d*E; since JD2423900 -
V0390 Sco   |see Table.
V0393 Sco   |Min II 8.3.
V0400 Sco   |Min II 15.0.
V0402 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0403 Sco   |d ~0.02P. The depth of Min II 0.05m.
V0407 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0411 Sco   |Min II 14.0.
V0412 Sco   |Min II 14.8. In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0420 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0421 Sco   |P var. Before JD2418000 Max = 2413830 + 293d*E; since JD2423900 -
V0421 Sco   |see Table.
V0423 Sco   |Min II 14.2. In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0425 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0426 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0429 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0430 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 30.
V0432 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 30.
V0437 Sco   |d = 0.02P. Min II 13.9.
V0439 Sco   |P var. Before JD2418200 Max = 2413350 + 166.5d*E; since JD2419900 -
V0439 Sco   |see Table.
V0440 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 30.
V0446 Sco   |P var? before JD2435000 Max = 2434980.1 + 28.6195d. [A/H] = -1.0.
V0450 Sco   |A = 0.9m pg.
V0453 Sco   |VB A (B 13.51m, F7V, 13.5", 168{deg}). Min II 6.70. The light curve
V0453 Sco   |shape var?
V0455 Sco   |P.K.351{deg} + 3{deg}1. Planetary nebula nature is doubtful.
V0455 Sco   |Nova-like outbursts separated by several years.
V0457 Sco   |Min II 11.3.
V0460 Sco   |d = 0.02P.
V0464 Sco   |d = 0.03P.
V0466 Sco   |Min II 13.7.
V0467 Sco   |P var. P = 2.41354d (1889 - 1903); since 1903 - see Table.
V0470 Sco   |[A/H] = 0.1.
V0471 Sco   |Min II 15.2, dII = 0.08P(!).
V0472 Sco   |d = 0.02P.
V0474 Sco   |Min II 10.6.
V0483 Sco   |CI = +3.5m.
V0485 Sco   |Short term variations are superimposed.
V0486 Sco   |D >= 4d? P = 1d is possible. In the region of the open cluster NGC
V0486 Sco   |6383.
V0487 Sco   |[Fe/H] = -1.67, {Delta}(S) = 9.0.
V0490 Sco   |Min II 12.5.
V0491 Sco   |Min II 13.2.
V0494 Sco   |A var (1.27m - 1.66m B). P var? {Delta}(S) = 2. VB A (B 12.72m y,
V0494 Sco   |23").
V0495 Sco   |Short term variation are superimposed. ({Delta}(m)short = 0.5m +-).
V0496 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6414. d = 0.03P.
V0497 Sco   |Min II 13.6.
V0499 Sco   |AII = 0.47m V. Min I - Min II = 0.504P.
V0502 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster C 1712 - 407.
V0507 Sco   |The epoch of Max from [00300] contradicts the elements.
V0540 Sco   |VB A (B 15.2m sp).
V0547 Sco   |VB B (A 14.2m sf).
V0549 Sco   |[A/H] = -1.1.
V0555 Sco   |[A/H] = -0.3.
V0562 Sco   |Min II 12.1.
V0566 Sco   |d = 0.01P:.
V0567 Sco   |VB A (B 13.01m, 10"sp, CD 30"nf). P var.
V0568 Sco   |d = 0.04P.
V0569 Sco   |Min II 11.4.
V0570 Sco   |P var? Unusually broad Max.
V0573 Sco   |d = 0.06P. In the region of the open cluster Tr 24.
V0574 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 24.
V0575 Sco   |Min II 12.4.
V0579 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 24.
V0581 Sco   |Min II 11.9.
V0584 Sco   |Min II 13.1.
V0585 Sco   |d = 0.03P:.
V0586 Sco   |d = 0.04P. In the region of the open cluster Tr 24.
V0588 Sco   |d = 0.02P. In the region of the open cluster Tr 24.
V0589 Sco   |d = 0.05P. In the region of the open cluster Tr 24.
V0590 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6231.
V0592 Sco   |Min II 13.3.
V0593 Sco   |d = 0.05P:.
V0594 Sco   |d = 0.01P.
V0603 Sco   |d = 0.04P.
V0606 Sco   |d = 0.07P.
V0607 Sco   |Min II 10.3.
V0609 Sco   |Min II 13.7.
V0611 Sco   |d = 0.04P. Min II 13.7.
V0612 Sco   |d = 0.05P.
V0613 Sco   |d = 0.04P.
V0616 Sco   |Min II 12.4.
V0619 Sco   |Min II 12.1.
V0620 Sco   |d = 0.02P.
V0621 Sco   |d = 0.04P.
V0622 Sco   |Min II 14.2.
V0623 Sco   |Long intervals in Max without changes, sometimes becomes faint.
V0625 Sco   |VB A (B 13.2m sf). Min II 13.5.
V0627 Sco   |Min II 14.1.
V0628 Sco   |Min II 12.4.
V0629 Sco   |Apsidal motion.
V0631 Sco   |Min II 13.2.
V0632 Sco   |d = 0.06P.
V0633 Sco   |Min II 12.2.
V0634 Sco   |Min II 12.2.
V0636 Sco   |SB1 (Porb = 1318d).
V0638 Sco   |d = 0.07P.
V0640 Sco   |Min II 13.5.
V0656 Sco   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
V0660 Sco   |VB A (B 16.0m s).
V0672 Sco   |P = 180d is possible.
V0674 Sco   |VB A (B 15.0m s).
V0677 Sco   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
V0679 Sco   |P = 364d is possible.
V0690 Sco   |VB A (B 14.40m y, 6", 0{deg}). The range of the combined light is
V0690 Sco   |given. {Delta}(S) = 4.
V0698 Sco   |D <= 0.20d, d = 0.043d.
V0700 Sco   |Min II 10.3.
V0701 Sco   |Min II 9.05. P var. Min I = 2439329.6657 + 0.76187133d*E (JD2428000
V0701 Sco   |- 39400) [07177]; since JD2439400 - see Table. Probable member of
V0701 Sco   |the open cluster NGC 6383.
V0702 Sco   |Probable member of the open cluster NGC 6383.
V0703 Sco   |P0 = 0.1499615d [03521]; P1 - see Table (P var?). Also noted P =
V0703 Sco   |0.04162025d [03521]. A var (0.23m - 0.46m). Beat phenomenon: Max =
V0703 Sco   |2436760.249 + 0.497306d*E [03521]. {Delta}(S) = 1. In the region of
V0703 Sco   |the open cluster NGC 6405 = M6.
V0705 Sco   |Min II 14.1:.
V0706 Sco   |Moments of Max from [00046] contradict the tabulated elements.
V0706 Sco   |According to [04678], A <= 0.05m V during 6 nights.
V0708 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0709 Sco   |IN the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7. [A/H] = -0.6.
V0710 Sco   |Min II 14.2.
V0711 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0712 Sco   |Min II 14.0.
V0714 Sco   |d = 0.05P:. P may be twice longer.
V0717 Sco   |[A/H] = 0.9.
V0718 Sco   |D ~4d. Another Min 2429847 - 849 [00270].
V0720 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0723 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7. At the edge of a
V0723 Sco   |dark cloud.
V0725 Sco   |It is assumed that the southern neighbou of the star, called AU Sco
V0725 Sco   |in [00121], is actually NSV 20691.
V0729 Sco   |Possibly a Nova.
V0732 Sco   |P may be twice longer.
V0733 Sco   |Possibly a Nova.
V0734 Sco   |Possibly a Nova.
V0735 Sco   |The light curve shape var.
V0738 Sco   |d = 0.04P:; Min II 13.4:. In the region of the open cluster NGC
V0738 Sco   |6475 = M7.
V0740 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7.
V0741 Sco   |There is a red variable close to the coordinates in the discovery
V0741 Sco   |announcement [02448], but a different star is marked in the chart
V0741 Sco   |in [02448].
V0749 Sco   |P = 410d is possible.
V0751 Sco   |Erroneously named HV 9160 and CSV 3584 in [02448].
V0756 Sco   |Min II 10.7.
V0760 Sco   |dI = 0.02P; Min II 7.4; DII = 0.2P:, dII = 0.03P.
V0761 Sco   |IN type is not excluded.
V0764 Sco   |Min II 9.0.
V0805 Sco   |Possibly P is twice shorter.
V0818 Sco   |Sco X-1. SB. Var X-ray and multi-component radio source. Lx/Lbol =
V0818 Sco   |300 - 1000. The epoch of Min is given for the periodic component of
V0818 Sco   |the light variation (A ~0.25m). Flickering and flares up to 1m with
V0818 Sco   |time scale from dozens of seconds to minutes. The mean brightness
V0818 Sco   |level decreased in the middle of 1960-es by 0.3m-0.4m. The spectrum
V0818 Sco   |with blue continuum and H, HeI, HeII, CIII, NIII emissions.
V0819 Sco   |Min II 13.2.
V0821 Sco   |Min II 14.5.
V0822 Sco   |VB? Combined brightness.
V0827 Sco   |Min II 14.1.
V0833 Sco   |Min II 11.2.
V0837 Sco   |d ~0.03P:; Min II 14.3.
V0838 Sco   |Min II 13.4.
V0842 Sco   |Min II 12.3.
V0843 Sco   |Min II 10.5.
V0848 Sco   |Min II 13.1. RRC type with twice shorter period is possible.
V0849 Sco   |Min II 14.1.
V0853 Sco   |d = 0.05P; Min II 14.1.
V0856 Sco   |VB C (A = BS 6000, 6.65m, AO-3III; B 12.55m, 16", 298{deg}; C 44",
V0856 Sco   |185{deg}; D 11.7m, CD 1.3", 105{deg}, 1945).
V0857 Sco   |Erroneously labelled "10" (instead of "11") in the chart.
V0858 Sco   |Erroneously labelled "11" (instead of "10") in the chart.
V0861 Sco   |SB1. Min II 6.28. Depths of minima var. In the region of the open
V0861 Sco   |cluster NGC 6231, Cr 316, Tr 24.
V0862 Sco   |Usually 6.67m - 6.76m. A flare of 40m duration on July 3, 1965. In
V0862 Sco   |the region of the open cluster NGC 6405 = M6.
V0866 Sco   |VB ({Delta}(m) ~0.5m, ~1", 200{deg}). m (6370 A) = 11.14m - 12.37m.
V0866 Sco   |IR excess.
V0870 Sco   |B-V = +3.38m - +3.52m. In the region of the open cluster NGC 6231.
V0877 Sco   |Min II 13.1.
V0883 Sco   |VB A (B 12.60m, 9", 130{deg}). P var? Min = 2438228.315 +
V0883 Sco   |1.294745d*E (JD2438200 - 40500) [06871]; since JD2440500 - see
V0883 Sco   |Table. Deep Min II.
V0884 Sco   |4U 1700-37. LX/Lbol = 0.00007. Eclipsing X-ray source. Eclipse
V0884 Sco   |duration is variable in the ranges 0.61d <= dx <= 1.10d. The epoch
V0884 Sco   |of the middle of the X-ray eclipse coinciding with Min II is given.
V0884 Sco   |X-ray flux var in the scale from seconds till hours. Sometimes a
V0884 Sco   |periodic modulation with P ~97 Min is present, its amplitude in the
V0884 Sco   |optical band reaches {Delta}(V) ~0.01m. Min II 6.57; Min I - Min II
V0884 Sco   |= 0.63P, dI=0.2P. Surrounded by the ring nebula Sh 2. in the region
V0884 Sco   |of the open cluster NGC 6281. Field star.
V0885 Sco   |Noticeable Min II.
V0889 Sco   |The northern component of a triple.
V0890 Sco   |VB A (B 11.5m, 0.5' n).
V0894 Sco   |A = 0.6m pg.
V0896 Sco   |Co-ordinates or the chart may be erroneous.
V0900 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6231. The light curve is a
V0900 Sco   |sinusoidal wave. Possibly P = 6.20d; 6.85d.
V0903 Sco   |N96 [02448]. Erroneously identified with V479 Sco.
V0906 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7. Probable cluster
V0906 Sco   |member. VB ({delta}(mV) = 0.8m, 0.1", 111{deg}, 1957). The range of
V0906 Sco   |the combined light variation is given. Min II 6.21.
V0907 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6475 = M7. Min II 9.2.
V0911 Sco   |Alternative P = 4.2d.
V0913 Sco   |Alternative P = 0.976d. IR excess.
V0914 Sco   |VB ({delta}(mV) = 2m, 3", 200{deg}). Sine wave with P = 2.69d,
V0914 Sco   |{Delta}(B) = 0.15m (B = 12.91m) [09753].
V0915 Sco   |VB A (B 10.43m, WN6, 14", 330{deg}; C 11.40m, 20", 202{deg}; D
V0915 Sco   |13.96m, 22", 80{deg}, 1973). The brightness decreased from 6.32m to
V0915 Sco   |6.50m during JD2443680 - 44115.
V0917 Sco   |VB A (B 17m: sp). The outburst: rise 1930-1936, Max 1936-1938,
V0917 Sco   |decline 1938-1952.
V0919 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6231.
V0920 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6231. Multiple periodicity:
V0920 Sco   |P1 - see Table, semiamplitude A1 = 0.0051m; P2 = 0.10765d. A2 =
V0920 Sco   |0.0046m; P3 = 0.10388d, A3 = 0.00485m; P4 = 0.12137d, A4 = 0.0036m;
V0920 Sco   |P5 = 0.6929d?, A5 = 0.0028m.
V0921 Sco   |The star illuminates a nebula.
V0922 Sco   |Multiple periodicity, superposition of frequencies with amplitudes
V0922 Sco   |0.0010m - 0.0352m.
V0923 Sco   |D = 0.32d:. The elements need confirmation. In the region of the
V0923 Sco   |open cluster NGC 6281.
V0924 Sco   |B-V var: +1.90, +2.50, Light fluctuations by 0.1m - 0.2m (u, b) in
V0924 Sco   |several minutes.
V0925 Sco   |VB A (B ~10", faint, blue). Probable member of the open cluster TR
V0925 Sco   |27. In Vr possible values of P: 105.3d, 73.0d, 188.7d, 312.5d
V0925 Sco   |[09950].
V0926 Sco   |3U 1735-44 = Sco XR-3. Bursts superimpose small light variations
V0926 Sco   |with P = 0.18d which is apparently the orbital period [04394].
V0927 Sco   |The epoch of Min in U light is given. IR excess.
V1195 Sco   |MinII 9.01 at phase 0.4.
V1196 Sco   |Symbiotic spectrum.
V1212 Sco   |The magnitude in [78189] refers to a different star but the period
V1212 Sco   |is correct [78040].
V1216 Sco   |MinII 10.35.
V1225 Sco   |MinII 10.25.
V1229 Sco   |MinII 8.96.
V1230 Sco   |Erroneously called V719 Sco in [78218].
V1270 Sco   |MinII 9.70.
V1279 Sco   |B - V: +1.23, +1.46.
V1286 Sco   |Very red, J - K = 1.35 (2MASS).
V1292 Sco   |MinII - MinI = 0.44P.
V1296 Sco   |MinII - MinI = 0.56P.
V1299 Sco   |MinII - MinI = 0.55P.
V1300 Sco   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V1301 Sco   |MinII - MinI = 0.53P.
V1302 Sco   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V1303 Sco   |MinII - MinI = 0.34P:.
V1305 Sco   |VB (9.0m, 11.8m, 1.0", 153{deg}, 1927).
V1308 Sco   |MinII - MinI = 0.48P.
V1317 Sco   |One deep fading has been detected. After JD 2454100, a cycle of
V1317 Sco   |58.4d (amplitude 0.7m) was observed.
V1319 Sco   |P varies. Before JD 2452258, Max = 2452053.713 + 0.2541756d x E.
V1319 Sco   |The tabulated light elements are valid after JD 2452258.
V1327 Sco   |VB (0.3", 5{deg}, 1995).
V1331 Sco   |In the region of the globular cluster M4. Cluster non-member.
V1364 Sco   |Multiperiodic.
V1414 Sco   |OH maser.
V1452 Sco   |Multiperiodic.
V1485 Sco   |VB A (B 15.6m, 7", 244{deg}, 1999).
V1488 Sco   |VB A (9.56mJ; B 9.74mJ, 6", 245{deg}, 1999).
V1504 Sco   |The long period is about 735d.
V1506 Sco   |VB A (B 14.04m, 10", 333{deg}, 2000; several other components.
V1506 Sco   |Second periodicity: P = 0.423350d or twice shorter.
V1512 Sco   |P2 = 0.058920d. VB AB (10.6, 11.0, 0".5, 204{deg}, 1991).
V1517 Sco   |Foreground star, globular cluster non-member.
V1520 Sco   |Foreground star, globular cluster non-member.
V1537 Sco   |Multiperiodic. VB A (8.1mV; B 12.6mV, 1.9", 231{deg}, 1939).
V1544 Sco   |It is assumed that there is a typo in the star's declination in
V1544 Sco   |[81021].
V1547 Sco   |Simultaneous presence of two periods. P1 is given in the Table. P2
V1547 Sco   |= 2.27816d.
V1552 Sco   |VB A (B 16.0m, 11", 111{deg}, 2000).
V1553 Sco   |Double-mode pulsations. The period for the fundamental mode is
V1553 Sco   |given in the Table. P1 = 0.1470447d. P1/P0 = 0.7978.
V1560 Sco   |VB A (B 15.0m, 6", 147{deg}, 1999).
V1611 Sco   |MinII - MinI = 0.65P.
V1614 Sco   |Several close companions.
V1628 Sco   |VB B (A 11.2m; AB 15", 220{deg}, 1999). The tabulated magnitude in
V1628 Sco   |maximum was influenced by component A.
V1644 Sco   |VB A (B 5", 114{deg}, 1999).
V1646 Sco   |VB A (B 12.2m, 17", 355{deg}, 1999).
V1653 Sco   |VB B (A 12.6m; AB 9", 21{deg}, 1998). The magnitude at maximum in
V1653 Sco   |the Table is for the combined brightness.
V1679 Sco   |P = 38.8d is superposed.
V1695 Sco   |VB A (15.5mV; B 15.6mV, 9", 204{deg}, 1999).
alf   Sco   |ADS 10074 A(B 5.1m, B4Ve, A = 2.9", Porb = 878 yr.). Connected with
alf   Sco   |a nebula.
zet 1 Sco   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6231.
kap   Sco   |SB. P2 = 0.205430d. P1 var. Beat phenomenon: Pi = 7.3316d.
lam   Sco   |SB1. Porb = 5.6d? Apuls = 0.02m. Long period light changes: Max =
lam   Sco   |2440376.15 + 10.1605d*E [09761]. One eclipse was found (JD2440690,
lam   Sco   |A ~0.04m) [06388].
mu. 1 Sco   |Min II 3.12.
sig   Sco   |VB AA (A 5.5m, 0.37", 96{deg}, 1981, orbital motion?; B 8.45m,
sig   Sco   |B9.5V, 20.1", 273{deg}, 1961); SB1, Porb = 33.06d. P0 var. Max Vr =
sig   Sco   |2420000.1465 + 0.24682815d*E (1918 - 1924) [09953]; Max =
sig   Sco   |2432306.918 + 0.246846d*E (JD2432000 - 37800) [09764]; since
sig   Sco   |JD2437800 - see Table. A0 = 0.036m y. P1 = 0.2396674d, A1 = 0.013m
sig   Sco   |y [09762]. Pbeat = 8.256d = Porb/4 [09957]. Connected with a
sig   Sco   |nebula.
R     Scl   |VB A (B 19.9m, 10", 234{deg}). CO emission.
S     Scl   |P var. Max = 412774 + 367.9d*E (JD2405400 - 20500); Max = 2423035 +
S     Scl   |360.6d*E (JD2421250 - 27740); Max = 2427738 + 370.4d*E (JD2427700 -
S     Scl   |34000) [00960]; Since JD2434000 - see Table. H2O emission.
T     Scl   |P var. Max = 2417400 + 202.26d*E (JD2411300 - 19000); Max = 2420390
T     Scl   |+ 197.85d*E (JD2419000 - 23600); since JD2423600 - see Table.
V     Scl   |P var. Max = 2414006 + 294.8d*E (JD2411600 - 18200); Max = 2422866
V     Scl   |+ 297.2d*E (JD2420400 - 35100); since JD2435100 - see Table.
X     Scl   |P var. Max = 2413796 + 258.7d*E (JD2413500 - 22800); since
X     Scl   |JD2422800 - see Table.
Y     Scl   |The cycles 100d: and 300d: are sometimes observed.
RT    Scl   |Min II 10.47. [Fe/H] = -0.75. P var. There is a nonlinear term in
RT    Scl   |the elements given in the Table: -9.04d*10**(-11)*E**2.
RU    Scl   |(k - b)2 = 0.09. A var [03429]. P var. Max = 2425094.4175 +
RU    Scl   |0.4933257d*E (JD2416750 - 25100) [00183]; Max = 2427403.177 +
RU    Scl   |0.4933239d*E (JD2425100 - 30650) [01381]; since JD2430650 - see
RU    Scl   |Table.
RW    Scl   |P var?
SV    Scl   |[Fe/H] = -1.82. P var? Max = 2439468.364 + 0.3773636d*E (JD2427300
SV    Scl   |- 39500) [05233]; since JD2439850 - see Table.
SY    Scl   |H2O maser. P var? Max = 2426160 + 411d*E [00193]; since JD2440400 -
SY    Scl   |see Table.
SZ    Scl   |Min II 13.68.
UY    Scl   |Near the galaxy NGC 55.
UZ    Scl   |VB A (B 15.81m, 23", 135{deg}); (k - b)2 = 0.14. The shape of the
UZ    Scl   |light curve varies.
VV    Scl   |Min II 8.50. ACV? [08083].
VY    Scl   |Porb = 0.1662d? [09932]. High and low states of the system are
VY    Scl   |observed.
VZ    Scl   |High and low states of the system are observed [09933].
WZ    Scl   |There are two oscillations with the periods P1 and P2: P1 =
WZ    Scl   |0.06576d, P2 = 0.095944d, P1/P2 = 0.6854.
XX    Scl   |There are two oscillations with the periods P1 and P2: P1 =
XX    Scl   |0.048898d, P2 = 0.051350d, P1/P2 = 0.95225.
AI    Scl   |There are two oscillations with the periods P1 and P2: P1 = 0.044d,
AI    Scl   |P2 = 0.0931d, P1/P2 = 0.47.
AL    Scl   |Min II 6.20; Min II - Min I = 0.475P; DII = 0.08P.
AO    Scl   |{mu} = 0.46", P = 187{deg}.
BC    Scl   |May be eclipsing.
BI    Scl   |Type E: is also possible.
CE    Scl   |Min II 9.75.
CI    Scl   |MinII - MinI = 0.39P. VB (A 9.50mHp; B 9.82mHp, 0.8", 240{deg},
CI    Scl   |1991).
CM    Scl   |MinII - MinI = 0.40P. VB (9.0m, 10.8m, 1.0", 111{deg}, 1991).
CP    Scl   |Min II = 13.01. P varies. dP/dt = -0.23x10^(-5) d/yr.
CQ    Scl   |Min II = 12.40. P varies. dP/dt = -0.23x10^(-5) d/yr.
CR    Scl   |Min II = 9.68. P varies. dP/dt = 0.26x10^(-5) d/yr. VB AB (A 9.8m;
CR    Scl   |B 12.7m, 4", 231{deg}, 1975).
CT    Scl   |Min II = 12.08.
CX    Scl   |Light elements for eclipses are tabulated. DSCTC pulsations: P =
CX    Scl   |0.183038d, {Delta} m = 0.11m.
CY    Scl   |Blazhko effect.
DE    Scl   |P1 is presented in the Table; P1/P0 = 0.7448.
DI    Scl   |SB2.
R     Sct   |[Fe/H] = -1. P var. Min I = 2377165 + 142.8d*E (JD2377160 - 9820);
R     Sct   |Min I = 2384885 + 142.6d*E (JD2384890 - 8170); Min I = 2394451 +
R     Sct   |141.4d*E (JD2394450 - 8500); Min I = 2398777 + 142.4d*E (JD2398770
R     Sct   |- 2404320); Min I = 2404627 + 137.4d*E (JD2404600 - 6410); Min I =
R     Sct   |2406561 + 142.7d*E (JD2406560 - 9065); Min I = 2409742 + 143.6d*E
R     Sct   |(JD2409730 - 12700); Min I = 2412755 + 141.5d*E (JD2412750 -
R     Sct   |16720); Min I = 2417161 + 139.5d*E (JD2417150 - 20790); Min I =
R     Sct   |2421083 + 143.4d*E (JD2421050 - 25170) [09935]; Min I = 2429478 +
R     Sct   |142.8d*E (JD2429000 - 30650) [09938]; Min I = 2432078 + 140.05d*E
R     Sct   |(JD2432000 - 42240) [07596]; Min I = 2442737 + 152.5d*E (JD2442550
R     Sct   |- 43050); Min I = 2443315 + 138.5d*E (JD2443050 - 44150) [00001];
R     Sct   |since JD2444150 - see Table. Light curve drawings [09935,09936,
R     Sct   |9937]. Spectrum description [09939,09954].
S     Sct   |VB A (B 11.9M V, 14.5", 238{deg}; C 12.5m V, 44", 105{deg}).
U     Sct   |Min II 10.31.
W     Sct   |Min II 10.1.
X     Sct   |[A/H] = -0.1. In the region of the open cluster NGC 6639.
Y     Sct   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6664.
Z     Sct   |[A/H] = 0.3.
RS    Sct   |Min II 10.08.
RU    Sct   |[A/H] = -0.7. P var. There is a nonlinear term in the elements
RU    Sct   |given in the Table: +3.15d*10**(-6)*E**2.
RX    Sct   |Connected with the bright hydrogen nebula YM 13.
RY    Sct   |Min II 9.56. P var? Min I = 2427979.340 + 11.124939d*E (JD2414800 -
RY    Sct   |36100) [00007]; since JD2431200 - see Table. The shape of the light
RY    Sct   |curve varies.
RZ    Sct   |Min II 7.47. P var. There is nonlinear term in the elements given
RZ    Sct   |in the Table: +0.78d*10**(-7)*E**2.
SU    Sct   |P var. Max = 2424324.48 + 1.467713d*E (JD2420700 - 34310); Max =
SU    Sct   |2439678.428 + 1.468753d*E (JD2437100 - 41100) [07806]; since
SU    Sct   |JD2441100 - see Table.
TX    Sct   |CWA? red.
TY    Sct   |[A/H] = -0.3. In the region of the open cluster Tr 35.
UZ    Sct   |[Fe/H] = 0.35. P var. Max = 2435629.5 + 14.7468d*E (JD2423900 -
UZ    Sct   |35700) [02309]; since JD2436000 - see Table.
VV    Sct   |SF component of a pair.
VW    Sct   |P var. Max = 2415887 + 234d*E (JD2411900 - 22210); Max = 2423588 +
VW    Sct   |235d*E (JD2422880 - 27600); Max = 2429468 + 235.1d*E (JD2428750 -
VW    Sct   |34200); since JD2434600 - see Table.
VX    Sct   |d = 0.064P.
VZ    Sct   |Min II 12.0.
WY    Sct   |P var.
XY    Sct   |Min II 14.5.
AC    Sct   |d = 0.024P; Min II 10.2.
AE    Sct   |d = 0.04P.
AI    Sct   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6705.
AN    Sct   |P var?
AP    Sct   |V2 (NGC 6712).
AU    Sct   |d ~0.03P.
BC    Sct   |Following component of a close double system. The companion - NSV
BC    Sct   |11551.
BH    Sct   |Min II 14.9.
BI    Sct   |VB A (B 16.3m:, 3", 280{deg}; C 16.7m:, 12", 190{deg}; D 16.8m:,
BI    Sct   |18", 45{deg}; E 17.0m:, 6", 350{deg}).
BK    Sct   |Close companion 16.5m sf.
BN    Sct   |d = 0.02P.
BP    Sct   |S 5.5/5.5.
BS    Sct   |Min II 11.07. In the region of the open cluster M11 (NGC 6705).
BU    Sct   |A var. P var. Max = 2425804.625 + 0.42022d*E [01401]; Max =
BU    Sct   |2427928.041 + 0.4202188d*E (JD2427900 - 9440) [01404]; Max =
BU    Sct   |2432770.464 + 0.4201944d*E (JD2432740 - 38290); Max = 2438589.357 +
BU    Sct   |0.4202171d*E (JD2438580 - 40510) [07806]; since JD2440770 - see
BU    Sct   |Table.
BX    Sct   |[A/H] = -0.9.
CD    Sct   |Min II 13.7.
CF    Sct   |d = 0.035P.
CH    Sct   |V7 (NGC 6712). The member of this globular cluster.
CK    Sct   |[Fe/H] = 0.23.
CL    Sct   |May be the period should be doubled?
CM    Sct   |[A/H] = 0.1.
CN    Sct   |[A/H] = -1.5.
CO    Sct   |P var? Resembles RV Tau type variables: if the period is doubled,
CO    Sct   |the neight of max I and the depth of Min II vary.
CR    Sct   |Min II 12.1; DII = 0.071P; Min II - Min I = 0.53P.
CT    Sct   |Min II 11.1.
CW    Sct   |Min II 10.1.
DD    Sct   |One of the components probably varies.
DE    Sct   |Min II 16.3.
DG    Sct   |d = 0.03P:.
DL    Sct   |Min II 15.9.
DT    Sct   |Min II 16.5.
DV    Sct   |Min II 17.8.
DW    Sct   |Min II 16.4.
EE    Sct   |Min II 15.3.
EH    Sct   |Min II 15.0.
EK    Sct   |Min II 16.0.
EL    Sct   |The shape of the light curve varies?
EN    Sct   |Min II 17.2. The different elements are also possible: Min I =
EN    Sct   |2428008.85 + 1.06446d*E.
EP    Sct   |d = 0.04P:; Min II 15.6.
EQ    Sct   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6631. Min II 12.6:.
ER    Sct   |Min II 9.3; Min II - Min I = 0.506P; DII = 0.14P.
EU    Sct   |VB A (B 17.5m, 6", 45{deg}).
EV    Sct   |[A/H] = -0.4. The member of the open cluster NGC 6664.
EW    Sct   |P0 = 5.8195d (A/2 = 0.27m), P1 = 4.0646d (A/2 = 0.22m); P1/P0 =
EW    Sct   |0.6984.
EX    Sct   |d = 0.025P:.
EY    Sct   |Min II 12.4. In the region of the open cluster NGC 6683.
EZ    Sct   |Min II 12.5.
FF    Sct   |Min II 14.2.
FG    Sct   |Min II 14.70. P var? Min I = 2429017.557 + 0.2705728d*E (JD2427975
FG    Sct   |- 29520) [01397]; since JD2444700 - see Table.
FH    Sct   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6694.
FK    Sct   |Min II 14.4:.
FL    Sct   |Min II 13.8.
FM    Sct   |Min II 12.9.
FN    Sct   |In the open cluster NGC 6704.
FO    Sct   |D = 0.22d.
FR    Sct   |Spectrum description [01410].
GI    Sct   |Min II 14.5.
GM    Sct   |Min II 13.8:.
HI    Sct   |D = 0.29d.
HL    Sct   |Min II 13.4.
IS    Sct   |P < 200d.
IT    Sct   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6705.
LL    Sct   |sf component of a close pair.
LR    Sct   |V14 (NGC 6712).
LU    Sct   |P2 = 30d.
LZ    Sct   |In the region of the globular cluster NGC 6712.
MM    Sct   |Min II 15.8.
MP    Sct   |V1 (NGC 6712). The member of this globular cluster. [Fe/H] = -0.69.
MR    Sct   |V8 (NGC 6712). P var. Max = 2430885 + 117d*E (JD2427900 - 32400)
MR    Sct   |[04231]; since JD2434900 - see Table.
NU    Sct   |VB A (B 16.6m, 12", 180{deg}).
NV    Sct   |P = 200d?
OU    Sct   |P var. Max = 2427620 + 152d*E (JD2426200 - 32800); since JD2433100
OU    Sct   |- see Table.
PT    Sct   |There is a close companion, 16.4m.
PW    Sct   |The range of the combined light of the variable and a close
PW    Sct   |companion, which follows, is given in the Table.
QU    Sct   |The variable is also eclipsing one with P = 0.2d and A = 0.7m.
V0337 Sct   |A close companion (16.2m, <7", 90{deg}).
V0340 Sct   |Min II 15.6.
V0356 Sct   |Min II 12.3; DII = 0.10P.
V0360 Sct   |A close fn companion, 16.4m.
V0362 Sct   |P = 170d?
V0367 Sct   |In the open cluster NGC 6649. The light elements with fundamental
V0367 Sct   |mode period P0 (A0 = 0.54m B) are given in the Table. For the
V0367 Sct   |first-overtone period P1 (A1 = 0.41m B) Max = 2437435.12 +
V0367 Sct   |4.38466d*E; P1/P0 = 0.696744. M - m var (0.15 <= M - m <= 0.45).
V0369 Sct   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6705 (M 11). There is a
V0369 Sct   |superposition of the four light oscillations: P1 = 0.240d (A1 =
V0369 Sct   |0.044m), P2 = 0.220d (A2 = 0.020m), P3 = 0.182d (A3 = 0.068m), P4 =
V0369 Sct   |0.114d (A4 = 0.028m) [09745].
V0370 Sct   |d = 0.016P.
V0372 Sct   |d = 0.012P.
V0414 Sct   |Blue companion?
V0479 Sct   |Porb = 4.4267 d.
V0484 Sct   |MinII 9.22.
V0490 Sct   |Min II 13.6; Min II - Min I = 0.326P; DII = 0.025P.
V0491 Sct   |Min II 14.1.
V0493 Sct   |MinII - MinI = 0.75P.
V0498 Sct   |Multiperiodic.
V0509 Sct   |Several close companions.
V0514 Sct   |Several close companions.
V0521 Sct   |VB B (A 13.7m; AB 4", 359{deg}, 1998).
V0530 Sct   |VB B (A 3" sp).
V0531 Sct   |VB (companion of comparable brightness, 4.5", 326{deg}, 1998).
V0548 Sct   |Crowded.
V0556 Sct   |Crowded.
V0558 Sct   |Several companions.
V0567 Sct   |Crowded.
V0571 Sct   |Crowded.
V0573 Sct   |Crowded.
V0574 Sct   |Crowded.
V0575 Sct   |Crowded.
V0584 Sct   |Crowded.
V0600 Sct   |VB A (B 2" nf).
del   Sct   |VB A (B 10m, 53", 130{deg}); (k - b)2 = 0.37. The basic light
del   Sct   |variation P0 (A0 = 0.125m) given in the Table is superposed by the
del   Sct   |secondary one with P1 = 0.1867756 (A1 = 0.034) [09975].
R     Ser   |P var. Max = 2372429 + 356.93d*E (JD2372400 - 88900) [00960]; Max =
R     Ser   |2397809 + 353.00d*E (JD2394000 - 2403000); Max = 2403104 +
R     Ser   |357.25d*E (JD2403000 - 24000); Max = 2432387 + 356.10D*E
R     Ser   |(JD2424000-39200); since JD2441000 - see Table. Maser (SiO, H2O).
S     Ser   |P var. Max = 2394360 + 361.01d*E (JD2394000 - 2407000); Max =
S     Ser   |2407024 + 372.70d*E (JD2407000 - 17000) [00960]; Max = 2425875 +
S     Ser   |366.59d*E (JD2417000 - 36000); since JD2437600 - see Table. Maser
S     Ser   |(OH, SiO, H2O).
T     Ser   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6633. P var. Max = 2400907 +
T     Ser   |342.05d*E (JD2400500 - 15000); Max = 2417912 + 345.73d*E (JD2417900
T     Ser   |- 26000); Max = 2428524 + 332.21d*E (JD2426000 - 32500); Max =
T     Ser   |2438382 + 345.71d*E (JD2432500 - 39500); since JD2439500 - see
T     Ser   |Table. 0.8' from BN Ser.
U     Ser   |P var. Max = 2421158 + 237.70d*E (JD2414000 - 22000); Max = 2422347
U     Ser   |+ 236.78d*E (JD2422000 - 26600); Max = 2426609 + 239.21d*E
U     Ser   |(JD2426600 - 32500); since JD2432500 - see Table.
V     Ser   |Min II 9.85.
W     Ser   |P var, nonlinear terms: +(3.140d*10**(-6))*E**2 +
W     Ser   |(1.432d*10**(-9))*E**3. The light curve shape var. Wavelike
W     Ser   |variations in Max light. Changes of emission lines with the orbital
W     Ser   |phase. Active mass exchange, evidence for a common envelope.
X     Ser   |After 1932 variations 14.3m - 18.3m were noted; according to
X     Ser   |[01417], P = 275d. Observations in 1961 - 1964 did not confirm P =
X     Ser   |275d, fluctuations of light with a period of several minutes were
X     Ser   |suspected [03625]. The spectral data are for 1981.
Y     Ser   |Epoch of min is given. According to [08643], variations with P
Y     Ser   |~400d are superimposed by P ~40d.
Z     Ser   |The elements are valid during JD2422000 - 31000.
RS    Ser   |Min II 11.4.
RT    Ser   |Max (1920 - 1923). In the spectrum (1977 - 1979) there are
RT    Ser   |emissions H{alpha} - H{delta}, HeI, HeII, [OI] etc. Absorptions
RT    Ser   |TiO.
RV    Ser   |Maser (H2O).
VY    Ser   |[Fe/H] = -1.77, {Delta}(S) = 9.
WW    Ser   |Maser (H2O).
WX    Ser   |Maser (OH, SiO, H2O). P var?
AA    Ser   |[A/H] = 0.2.
AG    Ser   |P var? since JD2435000 - see Table.
AK    Ser   |P var? before JD2442300 Min = 2431313.266 + 1.9225667d*E [00318];
AK    Ser   |since JD2442300 - see Table.
AN    Ser   |P var? Max = 2429156.260 + 0.5220703d*E (JD2427000 - 38000)
AN    Ser   |[00001]; since JD2438000 - see Table. According to [02740], Blazhko
AN    Ser   |effect with Pi = 21.94d; the presence of the Blazhko effect is
AN    Ser   |denied in [07258]. {Delta}(S) = 0.
AO    Ser   |Min II 10.8.
AP    Ser   |VB A (B 14.29m, 8" sp). [Fe/H] = -1.37.
AQ    Ser   |Min II 11.1.
AR    Ser   |P var. Before JD2425000 Max = 2415617.698 + 0.5752221d*E; Max =
AR    Ser   |2425313.530 + 0.57508945d*E (JD2425000 - 28500); Max = 2428848.662
AR    Ser   |+ 0.575214d*E (JD2428500 - 31000) [08081]; Max = 2431436.424 +
AR    Ser   |0.5751134d*E (JD2431000 - 34200); Max = 2436013.279 + 0.5752169d*E
AR    Ser   |(JD2435900 - 37200); Max = 2438138.467 + 0.5750651d*E (JD2437200 -
AR    Ser   |38700) [00001]. Elements working on average since JD2438700 - see
AR    Ser   |Table. Complex Blazhko effect. Pi = 108.4d [08082]. A var (0.23m -
AR    Ser   |0.87m V). Pi var (80d - 120d) [07032]. {Delta}(S) = 4.6.
AS    Ser   |Min II 11.5. The epoch of Min I 2442937.428 (BBSAG) is not in
AS    Ser   |agreement with the elements.
AT    Ser   |P var. Max = 2415353.783 + 0.74655695d*E (JD2415000 - 27000); Max =
AT    Ser   |2428337.260 + 0.7465670d*E (JD2428000 - 39500); since JD2441500 -
AT    Ser   |see Table. {Delta}(S) = 9.
AU    Ser   |Min II 11.61. The light curve shape var.
AV    Ser   |{Delta}(S) = 6.
AW    Ser   |{Delta}(S) = 5.0.
BF    Ser   |[A/H] = -2.5. {Delta}(S) = 6.
BH    Ser   |P var. Max = 2427956.674 + 0.434545d*E (JD2425000 - 30700) [01039];
BH    Ser   |since JD2437650 - see Table.
BI    Ser   |Min I 2446264.414 [10200] contradicts the elements. P var?
BN    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6633. 0.8' from T Ser.
BO    Ser   |P var? Max = 2425681 + 201d (JD2425600 - 30100) 0447]; the Table
BO    Ser   |gives mean elements (JD2425600 - 35400).
BQ    Ser   |P0 - see Table. P1 = 3.012d [08188]. In the region of the open
BQ    Ser   |cluster IC 4756.
BR    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster IC 4756.
BS    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster IC 4756.
BT    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster IC 4756.
BU    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster IC 4756.
CC    Ser   |Min II 11.63.
CN    Ser   |[Fe/H] = -0.77. {Delta}(S) = 3.4.
CO    Ser   |P var? The light curve shape var. [Fe/H] = -1.38. {Delta}(S) = 7.2.
CQ    Ser   |Min II 12.0.
CR    Ser   |[A/H] = -0.2.
CS    Ser   |P var. Max = 2418137.875 + 0.5267904d*E (JD2416000 - 32500)
CS    Ser   |[00001]; since JD2432500 - see Table. {Delta}(S) = (6). In the
CS    Ser   |region of the HII complex S 54 and the open star cluster NGC 6604.
CS    Ser   |Connected with a shell-structure nebula. Sometimes eclipses are
CS    Ser   |observed during the configuration "WR in front of O" (see Table)
CS    Ser   |and sometimes during the configuration "O in front of WR" which
CS    Ser   |coincided with the deepest eclipse ever observed (with the depth
CS    Ser   |0.5m B, V). Sometimes the photometric eclipse at predicted moments
CS    Ser   |does not occur, and only the atmospheric eclipse of the O star with
CS    Ser   |the WR component is observed at {lambda} 4653 A (emission of CII -
CS    Ser   |CIV, NIII), {lambda} < 2000 A. IR excess; possibly an IR eclipse in
CS    Ser   |the configuration "O in front of WR".
CX    Ser   |The light curve (resembling the eclipsing light curve of U Gem)
CX    Ser   |shows a hump of ~0.2m height before the minimum; fluctuations up to
CX    Ser   |~0.3m - 0.4m in Max.
DF    Ser   |VB A (B 13.9m, 0.4', -115{deg}).
DG    Ser   |Min II 16.5:. The alias period is possible (0.3360742d).
DH    Ser   |Another possible P = 450d.
DK    Ser   |Max 2433829 [10008] contradicts the elements.
DR    Ser   |VB A (B 12.54m, 28", 0{deg}).
DT    Ser   |VB A (B ~5"). The spectrum shows emissions of [OIII] {lambda}
DT    Ser   |lambda 4959, 5007 A. Symbiotic? [08676].
DV    Ser   |In a small star cluster.
DY    Ser   |[Fe/H] = -1.58. {Delta}(S) = 8.4.
EE    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 17 = NGC 6618.
EF    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 17 = NGC 6618.
EG    Ser   |VB A (ro > 10").
EL    Ser   |N <= 7.
EN    Ser   |[Fe/H] = -1.07. {Delta}(S) = 5.3.
EO    Ser   |The light curve shows large scatter. RR(B) type is possible. Max =
EO    Ser   |2437433.653 + 0.6309d*E (JD2437433 - 514) [3625]. [Fe/H] = -1.63.
EO    Ser   |{Delta}(S) = 8.8.
ER    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611.
ES    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611.
ET    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611.
EU    Ser   |VB A (B 4" np). A member of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611. IR
EU    Ser   |excess.
EV    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611.
EW    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611.
EX    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611.
FI    Ser   |Hints of periodicity in U light.
FK    Ser   |VB ({Delta}(m) ~0.5m, 1.3", 11.5{deg}, 1972). Flares were found in
FK    Ser   |the satellite UV range [10013]. Differences from typical by stars
FK    Ser   |and probable "post-T Tau" nature are noted [07260,03866]. According
FK    Ser   |to [06948], Min = 2441939.200 + 5.20d*E. Soft X-ray source.
FL    Ser   |VB ({Delta}(m) = 1.9m, 0.46", 145{deg}, 1981).
FM    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611. VB (var sf?).
FN    Ser   |In the region of the open cluster M 16 = NGC 6611.
FR    Ser   |ADS 11477 A (B 12.5m, 10.5", 330{deg}, 1924; C 9.3m, 30.5", 5{deg},
FR    Ser   |1930). Possible values of P: 2.1308d, 2.1565d.
LN    Ser   |m pg ~17.5m ~const; blue companion? [07264].
LS    Ser   |The light curve shows large scatter, the elements need
LS    Ser   |confirmation. Possible identification with an X-ray source 2ASE
LS    Ser   |1822 + 0.
LV    Ser   |The epoch of max in V light is given; in B and U varies in opposite
LV    Ser   |phase.
LX    Ser   |The depth of eclipses ~2.5m. Comparatively frequent outbursts
LX    Ser   |[10023].
MM    Ser   |Ser X-1 = 4 U 1 837 + 04. LX/Lopt >= 100. VB B (A 19.1m; B 2.2",
MM    Ser   |210{deg}).
MO    Ser   |V1 (NGC 6535). Cluster non-member.
MP    Ser   |V2 (NGC 6535). Cluster non-member.
OU    Ser   |SB2.
PS    Ser   |Both components are SB systems, Porb(A) = 15.888d, Porb(B) =
PS    Ser   |13.561d.
PT    Ser   |SB, Porb = 38.937d.
V0381 Ser   |SB2.
V0383 Ser   |SB2.
V0384 Ser   |MinII 12.35.
V0391 Ser   |The coordinates in [78230] are wrong.
V0393 Ser   |VB A (B 15" np).
V0399 Ser   |MinII 11.9.
V0413 Ser   |Apsidal motion, P(MinII) = 2.259735d. VB(9.1m, 9.1m, 0.3",
V0413 Ser   |215{deg}, 1991).
V0425 Ser   |Min II = 12.1.
V0437 Ser   |Superposed variations with an amplitude about 0.3m and a period of
V0437 Ser   |44d.
V0462 Ser   |P = 0.274277d is also possible.
V0466 Ser   |P = 0.177978d is also possible.
V0493 Ser   |Porb = 0.07408d, superhumps: P = 0.082866d.
V0497 Ser   |P = 0.302612d is also possible.
V0499 Ser   |Multiperiodic.
V0501 Ser   |P = 0.266086d is also possible.
V0539 Ser   |Multiperiodic.
V0562 Ser   |d = 0.07P.
V0575 Ser   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table contains light elements for the
V0575 Ser   |first overtone. Fundamental mode: Max = 2454700.867 + 0.475615d x
V0575 Ser   |E. P1/P0 = 0.7446.
V0579 Ser   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table contains light elements for the
V0579 Ser   |first overtone. Fundamental mode: Max = 2454800.609 + 0.479144d x
V0579 Ser   |E. P1/P0 = 0.7444.
V0585 Ser   |SiO maser.
V0592 Ser   |VB A (B 14.0mpg, 13", 80{deg}, 1998).
V0595 Ser   |VB A (B 5" p).
V0609 Ser   |VB A (B 4", 186{deg}, 1998; several fainter companions). The
V0609 Ser   |magnitudes in the Table were influenced by the companions.
V0627 Ser   |A twice shorter period is also possible. VB A (B 7", 183{deg}; C
V0627 Ser   |5", 159{deg}, 2000).
V0628 Ser   |VB A (B 14.0mV, 7.5", 207{deg}, 2000).
V0637 Ser   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.541556d; P1/P0 = 0.7460.
V0638 Ser   |Double-mode pulsations. P = 0.04191053d is superposed.
V0640 Ser   |The data for 1SWASP J151652.90+004835.8 in [82030] are combined
V0640 Ser   |measurements for a non-variable star (V = 14.3m) near the SuperWASP
V0640 Ser   |position and the real variable.
V0641 Ser   |Type EB with a twice longer period is not excluded.
V0646 Ser   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.596277d; P1/P0 = 0.7450.
V0647 Ser   |Double-mode pulsations. P = 0.042667 is superposed.
V0649 Ser   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.481733d; P1/P0 = 0.7438.
V0654 Ser   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.491922d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
del   Ser   |ADS 9701A (B 5.16m, dF0, a = 5.843", Porb = 3168 yr; 4", 175G,
del   Ser   |1980).
omi   Ser   |SB?
d     Ser   |ADS 11353 A (B 7.44m, SB?, F5V, 3.9", 320{deg}, 1983). VB
d     Ser   |(speckle-interferometric; 0.25", 157{deg}, 1976). SB (P1orb = 385d,
d     Ser   |P2orb = 1.8505205d).
S     Sex   |P var. Max = 2422029 + 257.2d*E (JD2417650 - 22050); Max = 2428968
S     Sex   |+ 266.65d*E (JD2422050 - 30300); Max = 2434739 + 260.86d*E
S     Sex   |(JD2430300 - 34750); Max = 2438796 + 254.3d*E (JD2434750 - 38800);
S     Sex   |since JD2440600 - see Table.
T     Sex   |[Fe/H] = -1.20. P var. Max = 2416146.675 + 0.32465971d*E (JD2414000
T     Sex   |- 18300), Max = 2424561.398 + 0.32467107d*E (JD2418300 - 24570)
T     Sex   |[00752]; Max = 2424561.430 + 0.3246702d*E (JD2424560 - 28280), Max
T     Sex   |= 2429350.320 + 0.3247113d*E (JD2429350 - 34370), Max = 2434795.409
T     Sex   |+ 0.3246978d*E (JD2434795 - 36630) [09978]; since JD2441380 - see
T     Sex   |Table.
U     Sex   |P var. Max = 2419823.355 + 0.53402622d*E (JD2419470 - 36670)
U     Sex   |[03697]; since JD2443980 - see Table.
Y     Sex   |Min II 10.17; dII = 0.05P. P var. Min I = 2428122.700 +
Y     Sex   |0.41982341d*E (JD < 2429000) [00007]; Min I = 2434445.989 +
Y     Sex   |0.419818d*E (JD2428100 - 35000) [00001], Min I = 2439521.964 +
Y     Sex   |0.41981543d*E (JD2431150 - 43250) [09981]; since JD2440300 - see
Y     Sex   |Table.
RU    Sex   |Min II 11.4. According to [09923], RR? (P = 0.5398d?), CEP? (P =
RU    Sex   |6.792d?).
RW    Sex   |Porb = 0.247d [09925]; LX/Lopt = 10**(-4) [09926]; Px = 254s
RW    Sex   |[09927].
RX    Sex   |VB A (B 9.1m, 116.3", 191{deg}).
RY    Sex   |Mu = 0.67", P = 281{deg}.
WW    Sex   |MinII 10.46.
WX    Sex   |MinII 12.8.
WY    Sex   |The depth of MinII is 0.29.
WZ    Sex   |MinII 10.0.
AI    Sex   |Min II = 11.0.
AO    Sex   |P = 0.234675d is also possible.
AY    Sex   |A millisecond radio pulsar showing optical variations with the
AY    Sex   |tabulated orbital period. Dramatic shanges in the spectrum were
AY    Sex   |recorded.
BG    Sex   |P = 0.415502d is also possible.
BP    Sex   |VB A (B 10.96mV, 1.3", 342{deg}, 1991).
BY    Sex   |Pulsates in the first overtone (see Table) and fundamental (Max =
BY    Sex   |2454801.000 + 0.581288d x E) modes. P1/P0 = 0.7473.
CF    Sex   |P strongly varies. The elements in the Table are for JD 2455900 -
CF    Sex   |2456500.
CW    Sex   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.475673d; P1/P0 = 0.7443.
CX    Sex   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.563212d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
CY    Sex   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.488334d; P1/P0 = 0.7446.
R     Tau   |OH, H2O, Sio maser. P var. Max = 2411012 + 325.0d*E (JD2398654 -
R     Tau   |2414000); Max = 2424243 + 322.1d*E (JD2414000 - 24300); Max =
R     Tau   |2434005 + 325.4d*E (JD2424300 - 35500); since JD2435500 - see
R     Tau   |Table.
S     Tau   |P var. Max = 2404646 + 380.1d*E (JD2399326 - 2405000); Max =
S     Tau   |2425085 + 371.40d*E (JD2405000 - 26000); since JD2426000 - see
S     Tau   |Table.
T     Tau   |VB A (B 15m, 0.27", 358{deg}; C - infrared companion, 0.590",
T     Tau   |180{deg}). Near the variable nebula NGC 1555. OH, H2O maser. In the
T     Tau   |interval JD2402140 - 21000 the light range 9.3m - 13.5m, since
T     Tau   |JD2421000 - only 9.5m - 10.8m.
U     Tau   |VB (A 10.9m; B 12.0m, 3", 77{deg}).
V     Tau   |P var. Max = 2417978 + 170.0d*E (JD2404550 - 18000); Max = 2424580
V     Tau   |+ 169.3d*E (JD2418000 - 24600); Max = 2432746 + 170.1d*E (JD2424600
V     Tau   |- 33500); Max = 2436970 + 168.7d*E (JD2433500 - 37300); Max =
V     Tau   |2442442 + 171.1d*E (JD2437300 - 43000); since JD2443000 - see
V     Tau   |Table.
W     Tau   |P value is given in the Table. P var. Max = 2415320 + 274.1d*E
W     Tau   |(JD2410360 - 15500), Max = 2421995 + 266.1d*E (JD2415500 - 22500),
W     Tau   |Max = 2425135 + 260.5d*E (JD2422500 - 28800), Max = 2438837 +
W     Tau   |245.4d*E (JD2428800 - 39100) [00001].
Z     Tau   |VB A (B 13.6m, 4", 45{deg}). P var. Max = 2425115 + 499.90d*E
Z     Tau   |(JD2415100 - 26500) Max = 2438768 + 486.20d*E (JD2426500 - 39000);
Z     Tau   |since JD2439000 - see Table.
RR    Tau   |Spectrum description and the photographs of the nebula [04002].
RU    Tau   |VB A (B 4"). P var. Max = 2426004 + 545.3d*E (JD2415009 - 27500).
RU    Tau   |Max = 2434309 + 604.0d*E (JD2427500 - 34500); since JD2437500 - see
RU    Tau   |Table.
RV    Tau   |OH maser. Mean brightness varies: Min = 2417553 + 1224d*E [00580].
RW    Tau   |VB A (12.5m, 1.3", 172{deg}, 1959). dI = 0.020P; Min II 8.09. P
RW    Tau   |var. Min I = 2417198.410 + 2.7688665d*E + 0.038d*sin(0.0818{deg}*(E
RW    Tau   |- 100)) (JD2409913 - 24150), Min I = 2434423.3571 + 2.7688209d*E
RW    Tau   |(JD2424150 - 37000) [05460]; Min I = 2437164.4860 + 2.7688480d*E
RW    Tau   |(JD2437000 - 39900) [07531]; Min I = 2442776.93772 + 2.76884463d*E
RW    Tau   |(JD2439855 - 42780) [08593]; Min I = 2442776.9313 + 2.7688396d*E
RW    Tau   |(JD2442780 - 45750) [09084]; since JD2445750 - see Table. The shape
RW    Tau   |of the light curve varies.
RX    Tau   |OH, H2O maser. P var. Max = 2423561 + 338.4d*E (JD2417155 - 24000);
RX    Tau   |Max = 2430505 + 330.2d*E (JD2424000 - 30700); Max = 2437963 +
RX    Tau   |339.3d*E (JD2430700 - 38000); since JD2438000 - see Table.
RY    Tau   |SB1. The photographs of the nebula and spectrum description
RY    Tau   |[05064]. Long period light variations are possible with cycles
RY    Tau   |70.25, 15.9, 9.4 and 5.84 years [09993].
RZ    Tau   |Min II 10.66. P var. Min I = 2424032.1426 + 0.41567109d*E
RZ    Tau   |(JD2424000 - 34100) [00312]; since JD2436000 - see Table.
SS    Tau   |P var [03506]. Max = 2420894.2339 + 0.3699665d*E (JD2420890 -
SS    Tau   |21300) [09995]; Max = 2426669.080 + 0.3699687d*E (JD2426400 -
SS    Tau   |26700) [00320]; Max = 2428843.856 + 0.3699231d*E (JD2426700 -
SS    Tau   |30300), Max = 2431392.603 + 0.369912d*E (JD2430300 - 31400), Max =
SS    Tau   |2432118.794 + 0.369937d*E (JD2431400 - 32150), Max = 2432857.884 +
SS    Tau   |0.3699146d*E (JD2432150 - 35000), Max = 2435055.528 + 0.3699066d*E
SS    Tau   |(JD2435000 - 36400), Max = 2437313.503 + 0.3699266d*E (JD2436400 -
SS    Tau   |37320), Max = 2437960.419 + 0.369878d*E (JD2437300 - 37960), Max =
SS    Tau   |2437960.419 + 0.369938d*E (JD2437960 - 38740); since JD2438740 -
SS    Tau   |see Table.
SV    Tau   |Min II 9.8.
SW    Tau   |P var. Max = 2432049.856 + 1.583623d*E (JD2418240 - 36000); since
SW    Tau   |JD2436000 - see Table.
SX    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
SY    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
SZ    Tau   |The member of the halo of the open cluster NGC 1647. P var. Max =
SZ    Tau   |2410000.60 + 3.1487d*E (JD2412000 - 20200) [09996]; Max =
SZ    Tau   |2419267.519 + 3.149046d*E (JD2419260 - 34650); since JD2434650 -
SZ    Tau   |see Table.
TT    Tau   |P = 364d? [00589].
TY    Tau   |In the region of the hyades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
TY    Tau   |According to [09997], Min = 2422291.303 + 0.539250d*E.
UU    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
UX    Tau   |VB A (B 13.67m V, M2.5 VE, 5.74", 270.1{deg}, 1944).
UZ    Tau   |VB A (B 15.16m B, M4VE (Li), 3.7", 271.5{deg}, 1944). The range of
UZ    Tau   |the combined light variation is given in the Table.
VW    Tau   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
WW    Tau   |P var. P = 114.8d (JD2414800 - 20800). P = 124.4d (JD2420800 -
WW    Tau   |23700) [00634]; P = 114d (JD2424800 - 26300), P = 139d (JD2426300 -
WW    Tau   |27700) [00310]; P = 114d (JD2427900 - 30800), P = 131d (JD2430800 -
WW    Tau   |31500), P = 109d (JD2431500 - 33400) [00364]; since JD2433400 - see
WW    Tau   |Table.
WY    Tau   |Min II 11.73. P var? [10048].
WZ    Tau   |VB.
XZ    Tau   |VB A (B = HL Tau, 23", 273{deg}).
YZ    Tau   |[Fe/H] = -1.53. In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member
YZ    Tau   |of the cluster. There is a square term in the elements:
YZ    Tau   |-6d*10**(-11)*E**2.
AA    Tau   |Cyclic light variation with P = 4.5d and 2d [10003] and also 8.2d
AA    Tau   |[10004] is possible.
AC    Tau   |d = 0.025P. P var?
AH    Tau   |Min II 11.85. P var? In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a
AH    Tau   |member of the cluster.
AL    Tau   |P var. The depth of Min II 0.15m.
AM    Tau   |d = 0.012P:. P var. Min I = 2427534.444 + 2.044018d*E (JD2425580 -
AM    Tau   |27540), Min I = 2435019.436 + 2.043935d*E (JD2433320 - 37020);
AM    Tau   |since JD2442365 - see Table.
AN    Tau   |Min II 10.5; Min II - Min I = 0.53P. P var.
AP    Tau   |Min II 14.7; Min II - Min I = 0.48P.
AS    Tau   |P var. Min I = 2439390.595 + 3.4835542d*E (JD2419440 - 44300)
AS    Tau   |[07806]; since JD2444300 - see Table.
AU    Tau   |P var. Max = 2426642 + 71.0d*E (JD2426290 - 30400) [00310]; since
AU    Tau   |JD2438000 - see Table.
AW    Tau   |OH, H2O maser. P var. Max = 2426278 + 690d*E (JD2416100 - 33850)
AW    Tau   |[00609]; since JD2433850 - see Table.
BB    Tau   |SC 7/7 e.
BK    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
BN    Tau   |P var. Min I = 2435460.370 + 4.2542044d*E (JD2419000-39100)
BN    Tau   |[05466]; since JD2443000 - see Table.
BP    Tau   |There are quasisinusoidal light variations with P = 7.6d [10011].
BU    Tau   |Pleione. The member of the Pleiades cluster.
BV    Tau   |Min II 11.9.
BW    Tau   |3C 120. Seyfert galaxy; Z = 0.033. Spectrum description [10012].
CD    Tau   |VB A (B 9.88m, 9.9", 148.8{deg}). Min II 7.31. In the region of the
CD    Tau   |open cluster CR 65.
CF    Tau   |d = 0.02P; Min II 10.2;
CH    Tau   |The epoch of Min brightness is given.
CM    Tau   |SN 1054 in the Crab nebula (NGC 1952 = M1); pulsar NP 0532. The
CM    Tau   |outburst epoch is JD2106210:. The pulsed radiation varies precisely
CM    Tau   |in phase over the whole spectrum, from radio waves to {gamma} rays
CM    Tau   |with P = 0.033S in the range 13.9m - 17.7m V. P var [10017,10018]:
CM    Tau   |0.033095563927s (JD2440297.5094) <= P <= 0.033242051159s
CM    Tau   |(JD2444312.750).
CR    Tau   |P = 1.362692d?
CT    Tau   |Min II 11.12. P var. Min I = 2437312.369 + 0.6668274d*E (JD2432700
CT    Tau   |- 38790) [10010]; since JD2441400 - see Table.
CU    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
CU    Tau   |Min II 11.90. P var. Min I = 2431822.5193 + 0.4126022d*E (JD2431060
CU    Tau   |- 2890) [00604]; since JD2440960 - see Table.
CZ    Tau   |VB B (A = DD Tau; B 31", 13{deg}).
DD    Tau   |VB A (B = CZ Tau; 31", 13{deg}.
DE    Tau   |VB A (B 26", 10{deg}).
DG    Tau   |Connected with a small bright arc-shaped nebula.
DH    Tau   |VB A (B = DI Tau, 16", 125{deg}). According to [10004] there is
DH    Tau   |periodical light variability with P = 7.0d and A = 0.4m V.
DI    Tau   |VB B (A = DH Tau; B 16", 125{deg}). According to [10004] there is
DI    Tau   |periodical light variability with P ~7.0d and A < 0.4m V.
DL    Tau   |VB A (B 17m V, 12", 333{deg}). Cyclic light variation with P = 2.7d
DL    Tau   |is present [10003].
DN    Tau   |There are sinusoidal light variations with P = 6.6d [10011].
DO    Tau   |Connected with a small bright arc-shaped nebula.
DS    Tau   |VB A (B 13.7m, 4", 288{deg}). Range of Combined light variation of
DS    Tau   |the pair is given in the Table.
EI    Tau   |VB?
EQ    Tau   |Min II 10.97. In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member
EQ    Tau   |of the cluster.
ET    Tau   |Min II 9.3.
EY    Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
EZ    Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
FH    Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
FL    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
FS    Tau   |VB A (B 16", 289{deg}).
FV    Tau   |VB A (B 13", 103{deg}).
FW    Tau   |VB A (B 13", 243{deg}).
FY    Tau   |VB B (A = FZ Tau, B 17", 250{deg}.)
FZ    Tau   |VB A (B = FY Tau, 17", 250{deg}).
GG    Tau   |VB A (B 18.5m, 12", 205{deg}).
GH    Tau   |VB B (A = V807 Tau; B 21.4", 193{deg}).
GI    Tau   |VB B (A = GK Tau; B 13", 329{deg}). There are quasisinusoidal light
GI    Tau   |variations with P = 7.2d [10011]. Connected with a small bright
GI    Tau   |arc-shaped nebula.
GK    Tau   |VB A (B = GI Tau, 13", 329{deg}). There are quasisinusoidal light
GK    Tau   |variations with P = 4.6d [10011]. Connected with a small bright
GK    Tau   |arc-shaped nebula.
GL    Tau   |The central star of the planetary nebula PK 174 -14{deg} 1.
GP    Tau   |P2 = 1000d.
GR    Tau   |dI = 0.068P; Min II 10.49; Mim II - Min I = 0.516P.
GS    Tau   |SB1 (Porb = 7.227424d [06568]). The epoch of Min brightness is
GS    Tau   |given.
GU    Tau   |VB A (B 11", 299{deg}).
GV    Tau   |Herbig-haro object.
GW    Tau   |Min II 11.7. P var?
GX    Tau   |VB A (B 11", 310{deg}).
HK    Tau   |VB A (B 21m, 2", 180{deg}).
HL    Tau   |VB B (A = XZ Tau; B 23", 273{deg}). Connected with a small bright
HL    Tau   |arc-shaped nebula.
HN    Tau   |VB A (B 18m, 3.3", 205{deg}).
HO    Tau   |VB A (B 8", 110{deg}).
HP    Tau   |Connected with a small bright arc-shaped nebula. According to
HP    Tau   |[10004] there is periodical variability with P = 1.2d.
HR    Tau   |VB B (A = HS Tau; B 14", 119{deg}).
HS    Tau   |VB A (B = HR Tau; 14", 119{deg}).
HU    Tau   |Min II 5.91.
HW    Tau   |Minor planet (49) Pales.
HZ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
HZ    Tau   |cluster.
II    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
II    Tau   |hyades cluster
IK    Tau   |OH, H2O, SiO maser.
IM    Tau   |P var. Max = 2439792.398 + 0.144969d*E (JD2439790 - 43130) [10019];
IM    Tau   |P1 = 0.109016d, P1/P0 = 0.752. Since JD2444230 - see Table.
IN    Tau   |{mu} = 0.121", P = 105{deg}. The member of the Hyades cluster?
IO    Tau   |In the region of the Hyades cluster.
IQ    Tau   |VB A (B 17m, 11", 298{deg}).
IS    Tau   |SVS 1319 [04051]. The star N23 with H{alpha} emission [00596]. In
IS    Tau   |the map given in [00596] erroneously designated as N26 in
IS    Tau   |contradiction with the co-ordinates given in the same paper. It was
IS    Tau   |the reason for different mistakes when the star was identified by
IS    Tau   |some other investigators.
IT    Tau   |SVS 1320 [04051]. The star N26 with H{alpha} emission [00596]. In
IT    Tau   |the map given in [00596] IS Tau erroneously designated as N26 in
IT    Tau   |contradiction with the co-ordinates given in the same paper. It was
IT    Tau   |the reason for different mistakes when IS Tau was identified by
IT    Tau   |some other investigators.
KK    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KL    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KM    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KN    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KO    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KP    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
KQ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KR    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
KS    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KT    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KU    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KV    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KW    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
KX    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
KY    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
KZ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
LL    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
LM    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
LM    Tau   |cluster.
LN    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
LO    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
LO    Tau   |cluster.
LP    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
LQ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
LR    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
LR    Tau   |Hyades cluster.
LS    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
LT    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
LT    Tau   |cluster.
LU    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
LU    Tau   |cluster.
LV    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
LV    Tau   |cluster.
LW    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
LX    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
LY    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
LY    Tau   |cluster.
LZ    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
MM    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
MN    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
MO    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
MO    Tau   |cluster.
MP    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
MQ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
MR    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
MS    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
MT    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
MU    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
MU    Tau   |cluster.
MV    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
MV    Tau   |cluster.
MW    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
MX    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
MY    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
MZ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
MZ    Tau   |cluster.
NN    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
NO    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
NP    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
NQ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
NR    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
NS    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
NT    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
NT    Tau   |cluster.
NU    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
NV    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
NW    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
NX    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
NY    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
NZ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
OO    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
OP    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
OP    Tau   |cluster.
OQ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
OR    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
OS    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
OT    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
OU    Tau   |Max = 2444896.758 + 0.39701d*E, M - m = 0.5P, A(V) = 0.13m [10052].
OU    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
OW    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
OX    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
OY    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
OZ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
OZ    Tau   |cluster.
PP    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
PP    Tau   |cluster.
PQ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
PR    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
PS    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
PT    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
PU    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
PV    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
PV    Tau   |cluster.
PW    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
PZ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
QQ    Tau   |SB2. The member of the Pleiades cluster.
QR    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
QS    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
QT    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
QU    Tau   |VB A (B 18.0m, 4.0", 135{deg}). In the region of the Pleiades
QU    Tau   |cluster.
QV    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
QW    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
QX    Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster. Max = 2444896.79 + 0.483d*E, M
QX    Tau   |- m = 0.5P, A(V) = 0.125m [10052].
QY    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
QZ    Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0335 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0336 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0336 Tau   |cluster.
V0337 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0338 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0338 Tau   |cluster.
V0339 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0340 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0341 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0342 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0343 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0344 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0345 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0346 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0347 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0348 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0349 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0349 Tau   |cluster.
V0350 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0350 Tau   |cluster.
V0351 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0352 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0353 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0353 Tau   |cluster.
V0354 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0354 Tau   |cluster.
V0355 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0355 Tau   |cluster.
V0356 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0357 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0358 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0359 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0360 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0361 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0361 Tau   |cluster.
V0362 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0363 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member
V0364 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0364 Tau   |cluster.
V0365 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0366 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0367 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0368 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0369 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0370 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0371 Tau   |VB ({Delta}(m) ~1m, 1.5"). The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0372 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0373 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0374 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0375 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0376 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0377 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0378 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0379 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0379 Tau   |cluster.
V0380 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0380 Tau   |cluster.
V0381 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0382 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0383 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0384 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0385 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0386 Tau   |TCSN 437. In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0387 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0388 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0389 Tau   |TCSN 439. In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0390 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0392 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0392 Tau   |cluster.
V0394 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0395 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0396 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0397 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0398 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0398 Tau   |cluster.
V0399 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0400 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0401 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0402 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0403 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0404 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0405 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0410 Tau   |There are periodical light variations with P = 1.92d, A(V) = 0.21m,
V0410 Tau   |M - m = 0.5P [10056].
V0411 Tau   |{mu} = 0.13", P = 143{deg}. Eruptive white dwarf. Usually there are
V0411 Tau   |quasi-perio- dic variations with A ~0.3m and periods P0 = 12.436
V0411 Tau   |Min and P1 = 8.237 Min (P1/P0 = 0.6624) which are nonlinearly
V0411 Tau   |modulated by the third period PL ~0.135d (probably by the orbital
V0411 Tau   |period of a faint companion).
V0421 Tau   |Minor planet (586) Thekla.
V0423 Tau   |Min II 15.8.
V0425 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0426 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0427 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0428 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0429 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0430 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0430 Tau   |cluster.
V0431 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0432 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0433 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0434 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0435 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0435 Tau   |cluster.
V0436 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0437 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0438 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0438 Tau   |cluster.
V0439 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0440 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0441 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0441 Tau   |cluster.
V0442 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0443 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0444 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0444 Tau   |cluster.
V0445 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0446 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0447 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0448 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0449 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0451 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0452 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0452 Tau   |cluster.
V0453 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0453 Tau   |cluster.
V0454 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0455 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0456 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0457 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0458 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0459 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0460 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0461 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0461 Tau   |cluster.
V0462 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0463 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0464 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0465 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0466 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0466 Tau   |cluster.
V0467 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0468 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0469 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0470 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0470 Tau   |cluster.
V0471 Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster. EA/D/(RS + WD) + XP. d = 0.0625P.
V0471 Tau   |There occurs a total eclipse of the white dwarf in Min I (A = 0.04m
V0471 Tau   |V, 0.36m U). P var. Min I = 2440612.67083 + 0.52118321d*E
V0471 Tau   |(JD2440570 - 970) [06250]; Min I = 2440898.80038 + 0.52118376d*E
V0471 Tau   |(JD2440880 - 41360), Min I = 2441665.46153 + 0.52118329d*E
V0471 Tau   |(JD2441660 - 42100) [10058]; since JD2441900 - see Table. Wave-like
V0471 Tau   |distorsion with the amplitude from 0.05m up to 0.27m and with the
V0471 Tau   |period close to the orbital one is observed in the light curve
V0471 Tau   |outside eclipses; sometimes there are also flares. The wave is
V0471 Tau   |migrating on phase in the direction of phase decreasing with a
V0471 Tau   |migration period of 191d [10060] or ~250d [10061]. The period of
V0471 Tau   |white dwarf rotation derived through X-ray observations Ppuls =
V0471 Tau   |554.73s [10062].
V0472 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0473 Tau   |P = 2.7800d?
V0474 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0475 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0476 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0477 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0478 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0479 Tau   |VB A (BC 8.90m, 59", 357{deg}); (k - b)2 = 0.40.
V0480 Tau   |VB A (B 10.4m, 176", 303{deg}). The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0481 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0483 Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0484 Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0485 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0486 Tau   |Epoch of Max (U) is given. P =/ 10.61d? [10063].
V0487 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0487 Tau   |On the photograph west is at the top and south to the right.
V0488 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0489 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0490 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0491 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0491 Tau   |cluster.
V0492 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0492 Tau   |cluster.
V0493 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0494 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0495 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0496 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0497 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0497 Tau   |cluster.
V0498 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0499 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0500 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0501 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0502 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0503 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0504 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0506 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0507 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0508 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0509 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0510 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0511 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0512 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0513 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0514 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0515 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0516 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0517 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0518 Tau   |VB B (A 14.4m; B 10", 80{deg}). The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0519 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0520 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0520 Tau   |cluster.
V0521 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0522 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0523 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0524 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0525 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0526 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0527 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0528 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0529 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0530 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0531 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0532 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0533 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0534 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0535 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0536 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0537 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0538 Tau   |The member of the Pleiadea cluster.
V0539 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0539 Tau   |cluster.
V0540 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0541 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0542 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0543 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0544 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0545 Tau   |Max = 2444896.678 + 0.355d*E, M - m = 0.42P, A(V) = 0.09m [10052].
V0545 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0546 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0547 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0548 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0548 Tau   |cluster.
V0549 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0550 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0551 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0552 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0553 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0554 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0555 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0556 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0557 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0558 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0559 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0560 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0561 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0562 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0563 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0564 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0565 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0566 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0567 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0568 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0569 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0570 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0571 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0572 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0573 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0574 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0575 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0576 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0577 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0578 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0579 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0581 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0582 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0583 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0584 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0585 Tau   |In the region of the Hyades cluster.
V0589 Tau   |In the region of the Hyades cluster.
V0594 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0595 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0596 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0596 Tau   |cluster.
V0597 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0598 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0599 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0600 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0601 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0602 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0603 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0604 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0605 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0606 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0607 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0608 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0609 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0610 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0611 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0612 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0613 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0613 Tau   |cluster.
V0614 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0615 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0617 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0618 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0619 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0620 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0621 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0622 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0623 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0624 Tau   |The value of P1(A1 = 0.01m) is given in the Table. P2 = 0.017d, A2
V0624 Tau   |= 0.007m. The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0625 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0626 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0627 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0629 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0630 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0631 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0632 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0633 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0634 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0635 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0636 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0637 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0638 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0639 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0640 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0641 Tau   |Max = 2444896.744 + 1.22d*E; M - m = 0.5P, A(V) = 0.03m [10052].
V0641 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0642 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0643 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0644 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0645 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0645 Tau   |cluster.
V0646 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0647 Tau   |The value of P1(A1 = 0.011m) is given in the Table. P2 = 0.070d, A2
V0647 Tau   |= 0.006m. The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0648 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0649 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0650 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0651 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0652 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0653 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0654 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0654 Tau   |cluster.
V0655 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0656 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0657 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0658 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0659 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0660 Tau   |Max = 2444896.453 + 0.23541d*E, M - m = 0.5P, A(V) = 0.20m [10052].
V0660 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0661 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0662 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0663 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0664 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0665 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the region.
V0666 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0667 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0668 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0669 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0670 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0671 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0672 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0673 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0673 Tau   |cluster.
V0674 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0675 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0676 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0677 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0678 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0679 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0680 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0681 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0682 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0683 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0684 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0685 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0686 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0687 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0688 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0689 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0690 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0691 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0692 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Possible member of the
V0692 Tau   |cluster.
V0693 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0694 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0696 Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0697 Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0698 Tau   |Type INB?
V0700 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0701 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0702 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0703 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0705 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0706 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0707 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0709 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0710 Tau   |VB A (B 16m, 3.5", 180{deg}).
V0711 Tau   |VB A (B 8.83m, A = 8.023", E = 0.18, Porb = 2101 yr); SB2 (Porb =
V0711 Tau   |2.83774d [10070]). Migration period of the distortion wave is about
V0711 Tau   |10.5 yr [10072]. The range of combined light variation is given.
V0712 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0713 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0714 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0715 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0716 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0717 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0718 Tau   |In the region of the Hyades cluster.
V0725 Tau   |SB1 (Porb = 110.8d [10076]). X-ray outbursts occur periodically
V0725 Tau   |near the periastron passages of the pulsar with P = Porb. The
V0725 Tau   |amplitude of the corresponding variations of visual brightness of
V0725 Tau   |the system A(V) = 0.03m. The period of pulsar rotation Prot var
V0725 Tau   |[10077]. Prot = 104.17s (JD2442531), 103.806s (JD2442728), 103.882s
V0725 Tau   |(JD2443505), 103.8402s (JD2443620) [10074]; 103.647s (JD2444521),
V0725 Tau   |103.423s (JD2445292), 103.3429ss(JD2445623) [10078].
V0726 Tau   |Min II 11.2.
V0727 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0728 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0729 Tau   |Max = 2439024.46 + 152.35d*E (JD2438680 - 39415); Max = 2440127.78
V0729 Tau   |+ 313.86d*E (JD2439415 - 40510). H2O maser.
V0732 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0733 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0734 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0735 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0736 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0737 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0738 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. The chart in [08559] is
V0738 Tau   |wrong.
V0739 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0740 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0741 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0742 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0743 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0744 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0746 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0747 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0748 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0749 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0750 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0751 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0752 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0753 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0754 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0755 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0756 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0757 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0758 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0759 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0760 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0761 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0762 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0763 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0764 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0765 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0767 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0768 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0769 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0770 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0771 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0772 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0773 Tau   |There are also quasisinusoidal light variations with P = 3.43d and
V0773 Tau   |A(V) = 0.13m [10056].
V0774 Tau   |VB A (B 6.96m, G5IV, 66.8", 315{deg}).
V0775 Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0776 Tau   |VB A (B 7.5m, 1.4", 333{deg}, 1958; C 8.7m, 77.2", 233{deg}, 1925);
V0776 Tau   |SB1 (Porb = 57.25d). The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0777 Tau   |VB A (B 8.12m V, 0.0088", 173.2{deg}, 1980.6). The member of the
V0777 Tau   |Hyades cluster.
V0778 Tau   |Min II 17.0. P var. Min I = 2438680.546 + 0.434842d*E (JD2436528 -
V0778 Tau   |38841); Min I = 2439765.488 + 0.434846d*E (JD2439559 - 41031);
V0778 Tau   |since JD2440129 - see Table.
V0780 Tau   |VB A (B 15.8m V, 0.3", 310{deg}, 1974); {mu} = 0.364", P =
V0780 Tau   |163{deg}.
V0781 Tau   |Min II 9.3.
V0782 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0783 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0784 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0785 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0787 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0788 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0789 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0790 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0791 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0792 Tau   |Near V752 Tau. Identical to it? In the region of the Pleiades
V0792 Tau   |cluster.
V0793 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0794 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0795 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0796 Tau   |The member of the Pleiades cluster.
V0797 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster. Not a member of the cluster.
V0798 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0799 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0800 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0801 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0802 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0804 Tau   |In the region of the Pleiades cluster.
V0805 Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
V0807 Tau   |VB A (B = GH Tau, 21.4", 193{deg}).
V0808 Tau   |Porb = 11.93d. The member of the Hyades cluster.
V1144 Tau   |SB, Porb = 13.88d.
V1148 Tau   |Type LBV: is also possible. SB, Porb = 2.2075d.
V1152 Tau   |Type E: with P = 11.080d is also possible.
V1161 Tau   |Variability needs confirmation.
V1212 Tau   |Dwarf nova in Taurus.
V1226 Tau   |Variable brown dwarf.
V1229 Tau   |MinII 6.88.
V1230 Tau   |MinII 14.49.
V1234 Tau   |MinII 12.9.
V1237 Tau   |The depth of MinII is 0.19.
V1238 Tau   |MinII 8.87.
V1239 Tau   |MinII 10.76.
V1241 Tau   |The depth of Min II 0.22m. The primary component var, DSCT:, P1 =
V1241 Tau   |0.16454d, P2 = 0.13721d.
V1243 Tau   |VB (A 9.1m var, F1; B 9.9m, F8:, 0.3", 24{deg}, 1991).
V1248 Tau   |OH maser.
V1258 Tau   |SiO maser.
V1260 Tau   |MinII - MinI = 0.57P.
V1268 Tau   |VB A (B 7.8m, A2V, 7", 207{deg}, 2004).
V1282 Tau   |SB2, Porb > 6000d?
V1283 Tau   |SB1, Porb = 7.05051d.
V1284 Tau   |Min II = 15.17.
V1287 Tau   |Min II = < 8.69. MinII - MinI = 0.39P.
V1295 Tau   |Min II = 11.35.
V1299 Tau   |VB AB (9.3m, 9.3m, 0".4, 252{deg}, 2007).
V1304 Tau   |SB.
V1305 Tau   |Amplitude(Min II)= 0.2mag.
V1311 Tau   |Min II = 14.59.
V1322 Tau   |P = 0.585d is also possible.
V1326 Tau   |P = 1.651d is also possible.
V1332 Tau   |Min II = 11.78. Possily a pulsating star with a twice shorter
V1332 Tau   |period.
V1337 Tau   |SB2.
V1345 Tau   |P = 11.66d is also effect.
V1347 Tau   |SB2.
V1350 Tau   |SB2.
V1352 Tau   |Min II = 13.1 :.
V1355 Tau   |Min II = 14.2.
V1356 Tau   |Min II = 11.37. MinII - MinI = 0.57P.
V1364 Tau   |VB AB.
V1367 Tau   |Min II = 11.15.
V1369 Tau   |Min II = 12.43.
V1370 Tau   |Min II = 11.28.
V1374 Tau   |Min II = 13.9.
V1384 Tau   |Multiperiodic. P1 is presented in the Table; P0 = 0.1397914d.
V1392 Tau   |Multiperiodic. P0 is presented in the Table; P1 = 0.0579031d.
V1403 Tau   |Close VB.
V1412 Tau   |P=0.3409505d is also possible.
V1414 Tau   |P = 0.195018d is also possible.
alf   Tau   |VB A (B 13.5m, M2V, 31", 110{deg}). The star is surrounded by an
alf   Tau   |infrared emission envelope with the diameter of about 10". In the
alf   Tau   |region of the Hyades cluster.
zet   Tau   |Min II 3.05.
tet 2 Tau   |VB A (B 4.85m, 0.02077", 19.6{deg}, 1980.59); SB1 (Porb = 140.728D,
tet 2 Tau   |E = 0.75 [10087]). The value of P1(A1 = 0.017m B) is given in the
tet 2 Tau   |Table. P1 var. Later P1 = 0.07541d (A1 = 0.023m B), P2 = 0.0831d
tet 2 Tau   |(A2 = 0.013m B). Possibly eclipsing with the elements: Min =
tet 2 Tau   |2445358.38 + 140.734d*E, A = 0.02m B. The member of the Hyades
tet 2 Tau   |cluster.
lam   Tau   |Min II 3.54. Triple system. The eclipsing system rotates around the
lam   Tau   |third component with P = 33.025d [10090]. In the region of the
lam   Tau   |Hyades cluster.
rho   Tau   |The member of the Hyades cluster.
ups   Tau   |VB A (B 6.5m, 0.020"). The member of the Hyades cluster.
S     Tel   |The AAVSO chart, approved by Harvard Observatory in 1951,
S     Tel   |corresponds to the star at the coordinates in the Table. Most
S     Tel   |observations of S Tel reported in the 20th century probably refer
S     Tel   |to this star. There remains doubt if the original CPD-55 9313 was
S     Tel   |the same star [N0030].
U     Tel   |P var [00001]. SiO maser.
RR    Tel   |A symbiotic Nova. In 1889 - 1930, 12m - 14m pg (according to
RR    Tel   |[00625], irregular variations; according to [00017], Max = 2411490
RR    Tel   |+ 384d*E, with irregularities). In 1930 - 1944, 12.5m - 16.5m pg,
RR    Tel   |Max = 2430145 + 386.73d*E [01649]. An outburst from 14m to 7m in
RR    Tel   |October, 1944. On JD2441426 - 2444899, 5.06m - 6.74m J, P = 387d
RR    Tel   |[09989]. The data in [N0002] reveal current $V$-band variations
RR    Tel   |with a small amplitude and nearly the same period [00001]. A period
RR    Tel   |of 11.38 years, presumably the orbital one, was reported in
RR    Tel   |[N0031]. The spectrum in the Max of the outburst was F5 without
RR    Tel   |emissions, then a rich emission spectrum was formed. Since the
RR    Tel   |1970s, TiO absorption bands are being noted. Radio source, soft
RR    Tel   |X-ray source.
RS    Tel   |Semiregular variations, P = 49.0d [N0002].
RV    Tel   |VB (0.6", 294{deg}, 1946).
SS    Tel   |SiO maser.
SU    Tel   |VB B (A 13.6m B, 12" nf).
TY    Tel   |OH, SiO maser.
UY    Tel   |VB.
YY    Tel   |No emission lines in the spectrum.
AG    Tel   |VB A (B 13.7m B, 20" sp).
AN    Tel   |A secondary period about 27d.
AX    Tel   |[A/H] = -0.7.
BB    Tel   |Not red [00001].
BI    Tel   |[Fe/H] = -1.96.
BL    Tel   |[Fe/H] = -0.66. The depth of Min II is about 0.1m. The primary
BL    Tel   |component varies approximately between 7.09m and 7.27m V, the
BL    Tel   |periods revealed in these pulastins are 92.5d and 64.8d [N0033].
BO    Tel   |[A/H] = -0.3.
CK    Tel   |VB B (A 15.0m, 12" s).
DZ    Tel   |VB A (B 15.9m, 15" np).
EH    Tel   |VB A (B 15.6m R, 5" nf).
EU    Tel   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
FX    Tel   |VB (4").
GM    Tel   |VB A (B 16.6m, 10" p).
HH    Tel   |[Fe/H] = -1.02.
HR    Tel   |Type EW with a twice longer period is possible.
HY    Tel   |[Fe/H] = -0.17.
KK    Tel   |Porb = 0.08453d.
KN    Tel   |VB A (B 15.6m B, 13" sf).
LW    Tel   |Possibly identical to NSV10695.
MT    Tel   |[Fe/H] = -1.85.
NS    Tel   |Strong O'Connell effect.
PS    Tel   |V39 (NGC 6584). Cluster non-member? P = 0.1422d or 0.1657d is
PS    Tel   |possible.
PT    Tel   |V27 (NGC 6584). Cluster non-member.
PU    Tel   |V24 (NGC 6584). Cluster non-member.
PV    Tel   |SB2.
PX    Tel   |V15 (NGC 6584). Cluster non-member.
PZ    Tel   |SB2.
QR    Tel   |P(osc) = 13.0 min.
QS    Tel   |Porb = 0.097187d.
QU    Tel   |Multiperiodic, P = 257s is dominant.
QZ    Tel   |VB B (A 9" sp). The variability is probably due to the fainter (B)
QZ    Tel   |component [HIP]. The variability range for combined light is given.
V0340 Tel   |The data from [N0002] do not confirm the tabulated period [00001].
V0343 Tel   |O'Connell effect, MaxII 9.18m.
V0349 Tel   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 1.2719d.
V0356 Tel   |MinII - MinI = 0.48P.
V0358 Tel   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0359 Tel   |MinII - MinI = 0.78P. VB (8.8m, 11.4m, 4", 239{deg}, 1991).
V0362 Tel   |VB (9.5m, 12.2m, 3", 140{deg}, 1991).
V0368 Tel   |P varies, dP/dt = -0.18 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0374 Tel   |The first-overtone period is tabulated; for the fundamental mode, P
V0374 Tel   |= 0.47907d.
V0379 Tel   |VB A (B 18.52m, 2.4").
V0381 Tel   |VB (11", 6{deg}, 2000); combined magnitudes are tabulated. For the
V0381 Tel   |first-overtone period, see the Table; P0 = 0.46781d; the amplitude
V0381 Tel   |ratio (1O/F) is 1.05.
V0384 Tel   |VB A (B 6.5",40{deg}, 1999).
V0388 Tel   |Double-mode pulsations. P0 is given in the Table, P1 = 0.1127701d.
V0388 Tel   |P1/P0 = 0.7564.
V0389 Tel   |Blazhko effect, P = 10.82d.
R     Tri   |P var. Max = 2412167 + 267.3d*E (JD2412000 - 16000); Max = 2416972
R     Tri   |+ 262.6d*E (JD2416000 - 20000); since JD2420000 - see Table. Maser
R     Tri   |(H2O).
S     Tri   |P var. Max = 2418541 + 248.9d*E (JD2418000 - 31000); since
S     Tri   |JD2431000 - see Table.
T     Tri   |P var. Max = 2420535 + 320.6d*E (JD2420000 - 27000); since
T     Tri   |JD2427000 - see Table.
U     Tri   |{Delta}(S) = 1.3.
V     Tri   |Min II 11.0.
X     Tri   |VB A (B 13.3m, 6.7", 55.3{deg}, 1952). Usual brightness in Max
X     Tri   |8.88. d = 0.013P; Min II 9.07. According to [10043], a two-peaked
X     Tri   |flare-like event of 35 min duration ({Delta}(V) = 0.33m) was
X     Tri   |observed at JD2445594.4550. P var. Min = 2422722.269 + 0.9715342d*E
X     Tri   |(JD2422700 - 26600); Min = 2426946.508 + 0.9715390d*E (JD2426600 -
X     Tri   |33400); Min = 2433504.397 + 0.9715290d*E (JD2433400 - 35500); Min =
X     Tri   |2435687.422 + 0.9715352d*E (JD2435500 - 39200); Min = 2439375.373 +
X     Tri   |0.9715277d*E (JD2439200 - 42500) [07603]; since JD2442500 - see
X     Tri   |Table.
Y     Tri   |Var No.2 (M33). VB A (B 17.28m B, 26.4" np).
RS    Tri   |VB A (B 11.98m, 6.0", 214{deg}, 1962). d = 0.016P; Min II 10.4, Min
RS    Tri   |II - Min I = 0.56P.
RU    Tri   |VB A (B 12m, 21.8", 88{deg}). Min II 11.8:.
RW    Tri   |The depth of Min I 1.12m - 2.21m. D = 0.052P - 0.086P, d ~0.03P. P
RW    Tri   |var? [03434,09858, 9859]. Strong fluctuations of light outside
RW    Tri   |eclipses. the lower the brightness outside the eclipse, the deeper
RW    Tri   |the Min. In J, K light Min II of 0.16m J depth was found at the
RW    Tri   |phase 0.50P [10053]. Flat spectrum of the accretion disc with
RW    Tri   |emission lines.
RX    Tri   |Max = 2426577 + 192d*E (JD2426500 - 31800); since JD2432800 - see
RX    Tri   |Table. According to [04029], P = 100d?
RY    Tri   |Red.
ST    Tri   |Min II 14.5.
SW    Tri   |Blazhko effect is possible.
SY    Tri   |Blazhko effect is possible.
TT    Tri   |In the region of the galaxy M 33.
TZ    Tri   |ADS 1697 A (B 6.72m, F6V, SB2, Porb = 2.2365d, 3.9", 71{deg},
TZ    Tri   |1973); SB2 (P = 14.732d). Secondary variations on ~100d time scale.
TZ    Tri   |H and K CaII emission was noted only for one of the two G-stars.
AW    Tri   |Min II = 13.7.
AY    Tri   |Min II = 14.45.
AZ    Tri   |Min II = 14.3.
BB    Tri   |Min II = 14.3 :.
BC    Tri   |Min II = 12.08. Type RRC with a twice shorter period is possible.
BE    Tri   |Min II = 13.2.
BF    Tri   |Min II = 14.5 :.
BI    Tri   |Min II = 12.65. VB AB (4", 227{deg}, 1997).
BM    Tri   |Min II = 13.3 :.
BO    Tri   |Min II = 12.0.
BP    Tri   |Min II = 14.6.
BQ    Tri   |Min II = 12.8.
BR    Tri   |Min II = 13.3.
BT    Tri   |Min II = 14.7.
BU    Tri   |Min II = 14.9.
BV    Tri   |Min II = 14.3.
BX    Tri   |Min II = 12.60.
CC    Tri   |Min II = 13.6.
CD    Tri   |Min II = 12.3.
CL    Tri   |Min II = 12.07.
CM    Tri   |Min II = 14.3.
CN    Tri   |Min II = 12.25.
CP    Tri   |Min II = 10.95. The identification with the missed BD star, BD +33
CP    Tri   |460 = NSV 00856, suggested in [80121] seems unjustified.
CR    Tri   |Min II = 14.7.
CS    Tri   |Min II = 11.4.
DE    Tri   |P = 30.6d is not excluded.
DI    Tri   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.559708d; P1/P0 = 0.7459.
DK    Tri   |VB B (A = GCVS NAME!!!; AB 14", 211{deg}, 2016).
DL    Tri   |VB A (B = GCVSNAME!!!, 14", 211{deg}, 2016).
alf   Tri   |SB (Porb = 1.767 d).
R     TrA   |SB?
U     TrA   |For moments of Max0 (fundamental mode) see Table. Max1 (first
U     TrA   |overtone) = 2443266.05 + 1.824881d*E.
RR    TrA   |Min II 10.60, dII = 0.025P.
RW    TrA   |(k - b)2 = 0.30. {Delta}(S) = 1.
SU    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
TW    TrA   |VB.
TY    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
UW    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
UZ    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
XX    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
XY    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
BH    TrA   |According to [04637], L type.
CI    TrA   |Possibly P < 0.3d.
DI    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
DV    TrA   |Three Max and three Min are observed during a cycle. Max1 ({phi} =
DV    TrA   |0.0P) 13.2m; Max2 ({phi} = 0.2P) 14.2m; Max3 ({phi} = 0.6P) 13.5m.
DV    TrA   |Min1, Min2, Min3 ~16.0m.
DZ    TrA   |The chart in [06286] is wrong.
EH    TrA   |Shallow Min II is possible.
EK    TrA   |n star of a pair. For the mean cycle between normal maxima see
EK    TrA   |Table. The mean cycle between supermaxima 442.1d (JD2435200 -
EK    TrA   |39700), 551.5d (JD2439700 - 44050). Superhumps ({delta}(M) = 0.26m
EK    TrA   |V) with P = 0.06492d, M - m = 0.26P [09945].
EL    TrA   |Min II 10.9.
EM    TrA   |Min II 10.4.
EN    TrA   |According to [07934], RV: type.
EP    TrA   |Min II 9.5.
EQ    TrA   |Min II 9.0. P var. Min = 2416267.614 + 2.709220d*E (JD2416000 -
EQ    TrA   |29000); since JD2429000 - see Table.
ER    TrA   |P > 220d.
FH    TrA   |The elements need confirmation.
FK    TrA   |The elements need confirmation.
FM    TrA   |P >= 220d.
GN    TrA   |Min II 12.0.
GR    TrA   |Blazhko effect.
HP    TrA   |Deep Min II. The elements need improvement.
HV    TrA   |Min II? 14.8. Min II - Min I = 0.55P.
IM    TrA   |P >= 150d. Epoch of Min is given.
IW    TrA   |Min II 14.5:. The elements need confirmation.
KX    TrA   |2U 1639-62? P.K.326 -10{deg} 1. Gas velocities up to 5000 km/s
KX    TrA   |[09958].
KY    TrA   |TrA X-1 = A1524-61.
KZ    TrA   |4U 1626-67. Lx/Lopt ~2000. VB B (A 14.9m; B25", 189{deg}).
KZ    TrA   |Barycentric period parameters for pulses [04534]: Min = JED
KZ    TrA   |2443931.2394789; P = 7.6776762s, DP/dt = (-4.95 +-0.02)*10**(-11).
KZ    TrA   |{Delta}(m) pulse = 0.02m - 0.17m. Porb = 2491.06s or 2492.32s
KZ    TrA   |[04558]. Flares with {Delta}(m) up to 0.4m with intervals ~20 min
KZ    TrA   |correlated with X-ray flares [04536].
LM    TrA   |The chart in [08661] is wrong.
LP    TrA   |VB A (B 11.5m, 25", 123{deg}; C 12.0m, BC 6").
MZ    TrA   |MinII 8.73.
NO    TrA   |MinII 8.85.
NT    TrA   |MinII - MinI = 0.57P.
NY    TrA   |VB A (B 5", 62{deg}, 2000).
V0336 TrA   |Min II = 11.1.
V0338 TrA   |VB A (6.3mJ; B 10.3mJ, 7", 265{deg}, 2000).
V0344 TrA   |VB B (A = NEXT STAR IN THE LIST; AB 13", 304{deg}, 2000).
V0345 TrA   |VB A (B = PREVIOUS STAR IN THE LIST, 13", 304{deg}, 2000).
V0347 TrA   |Blazhko effect, P=118.05d.
V0348 TrA   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table contains light elements for the
V0348 TrA   |first overtone. Second overtone: Max = 2453600.091 + 0.1224057d x
V0348 TrA   |E. P2/P1 = 0.8279.
V0351 TrA   |P = 49.5d is superposed.
V0362 TrA   |Several close companions.
T     Tuc   |P var. Max = 2410138 + 250.76d*E (JD2410000 - 14400); Max = 2414900
T     Tuc   |+ 248.88d*E (JD2414400 - 22000); Max = 2432160 + 250.00d*E
T     Tuc   |(JD2422900 - 35000); since JD2437700 - see Table.
U     Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member. P var.
U     Tuc   |Max = 2421190 + 258.12d*E (JD2412600 - 22000); Max = 2427487 +
U     Tuc   |262.83d*E (JD2422000 - 28000); Max = 2437808 + 257.70d*E (JD2428000
U     Tuc   |- 39150); since JD2440900 - see Table.
V     Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member. The
V     Tuc   |depth of Min II 0.11m.
W     Tuc   |(k - b)2 = 0.09, {Delta}(S) = 7:. P var?
RR    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. VB A (B 17m, 6",
RR    Tuc   |90{deg}).
RV    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. VB.
SS    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. HV 1877. Earlier was
SS    Tuc   |erroneously identifded with HV 1887.
SU    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. HV 1922. According to
SU    Tuc   |[09980], alternatively may be identical to HV 1920.
SX    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. VB (B 16m? P).
SY    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Min II 15.4.
TV    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. The variable's
TV    Tuc   |position in 2' to the north of CPD -73{deg} 64 [09980] makes it
TV    Tuc   |impossible to identify it with HV 2041.
TZ    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member. VB A
TZ    Tuc   |(B 13m sp).
UW    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMC non-member.
UX    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.In the
UX    Tuc   |neighbourhood OF 47 Tuc; probably cluster non-member. P var. [Fe/H]
UX    Tuc   |= -1.8.
YY    Tuc   |The elements need improvement; current elements with the epoch from
YY    Tuc   |[07984] are given. (k - b)2 = 0.03. {Delta}(S) = 8:.
AD    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
AD    Tuc   |{Delta}(S) = 4.9.
AF    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
AH    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member. P var.
AI    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member. In the
AI    Tuc   |region of the globular cluster NGC 362. P var.
AK    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member. P var.
AL    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
AM    Tuc   |The elements should be checked. [Fe/H] = -1.82. {Delta}(S) = 9.9.
AO    Tuc   |The elements need improvement. {Delta}(S) = 5.
AP    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
AQ    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.In the
AQ    Tuc   |region of the globular cluster 47 Tuc. Min II 10.48.
AR    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
AU    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
AV    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
BD    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
BE    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud.
BF    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. [A/H] = -0.7.
BG    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member.
BH    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. VB A (B 14.28m, 10"
BH    Tuc   |n).
BS    Tuc   |(k - b)2 = 0.10.
BZ    Tuc   |P var. Max = 2429849.448 + 127.78d*E (JD2410000 - 35100) [03641];
BZ    Tuc   |Max = 2441193.541 +127.27d*E (JD2435100 - 43500) [A.M. van
BZ    Tuc   |Genderen, AsAp Suppl 52, 423, 1983]; since JD 2443500 - see Table.
CF    Tuc   |In the region of the Small Magellanic Cloud. SMS non-member. Soft
CF    Tuc   |X-ray source. Distortion wave. {Delta}(m) = 0.057m [10065]. Min II
CF    Tuc   |7.52.
DX    Tuc   |Type RRC: is also possible.
EM    Tuc   |Min II = 12.6.
EN    Tuc   |Min II = 8.61.
EP    Tuc   |Blazhko effect, P = 63d.
EX    Tuc   |SB2.
EY    Tuc   |In the region of the SMC galaxy, non-member.
tet   Tuc   |For the period of the main oscillation (A = 0.0132m) see Table.
tet   Tuc   |Other instable frequences were also noted.
R     UMa   |Maser (H2O).
S     UMa   |S 1.5/6 e. P var. Max = 2398325 + 224.51d*E (JD2394000 - 2405000);
S     UMa   |Max = 2405290 + 230.20d*E (JD2405000 - 10500); Max = 2417530 +
S     UMa   |223.96d*E (JD2410500 - 23500); Max = 2426324 + 228.53d*E (JD2423500
S     UMa   |- 28800); since JD2428800 - see Table.
T     UMa   |Maser (H2O).
W     UMa   |ADS 7494 A (B 12.35m, 6.5", 44{deg}, 1963). dI = 0.037P; Min II
W     UMa   |8.43, dII = 0.028P. Soft X-ray source. LX/Lbol = 1.7*10**(-4). P
W     UMa   |var. Min I = 2420980.8093 + 0.333638880d*E (JD2416000 - 21000); Min
W     UMa   |I = 2420980.8093 + 0.333636993d*E (JD2421000 - 33000) [01760]; Min
W     UMa   |I = 2435918.4169 + 0.33363832d*E (JD2433000 - 41000) [05327]; since
W     UMa   |JD2441000 - see Table. The light curve shape, including depths of
W     UMa   |minima, var. A moving wave with {Delta}(m) = 0.025m y and P ~1100d
W     UMa   |[10067] was noted. A flare ({Delta}(m) = 1.5m, {lambda} 3300 A,
W     UMa   |{delta}({lambda}) = 50 A, JD2438511.7, {delta}(t) = 7 min) was
W     UMa   |announced [05788]. The system contains gaseous streams, dark spots
W     UMa   |on the surface of the components. H and K CaII emission.
Z     UMa   |Usually 2 Max and 2 Min during a cycle.
RV    UMa   |P var. Max = 2417861.434 + 0.4680618d*E (JD2417800 - 25000); Max =
RV    UMa   |2425053.675 + 0.4680654d*E (JD2425000 - 29000) [00188]; Max =
RV    UMa   |2438459.945 + 0.468062d*E (JD2429000 - 40000) [03506]; since
RV    UMa   |JD2440000 - see Table. Blazhko effect, Pi = 92.12d (JD2436229 -
RV    UMa   |38114) [09835]. Pi var. [Fe/H] = -1.04; {Delta}(S) = 3.5.
RW    UMa   |DI < 0.08P; Min II 10.34, DII = 0.10P. [Fe/H]A = -0.1, [Fe/H]B =
RW    UMa   |-1.0. P var? Distortion wave, A = 0.11m V.
SU    UMa   |The cycle of normal maxima 5d - 35d [09782,03791]. Three different
SU    UMa   |mean values of the mean cycle of supermaxima change each other
SU    UMa   |being active at different time intervals: P1 = 161.5d; P2 = 203.9d;
SU    UMa   |P3 = 248.1d (P = 201.7d) [09276]. Porb = 2.06d/N (N = 26, 27, 28)
SU    UMa   |or 3.1h. Surrounded by a faint halo (28' diameter) of soft X-ray
SU    UMa   |sources.
SW    UMa   |SB. Superior conjunction of the accretion disc T = 2445376.8601 +
SW    UMa   |0.0567433d*E [09836].
SX    UMa   |P var strongly. Before JD2418800 Max = 2416200.486 + 0.3071148d*E;
SX    UMa   |Max = 2418800.213 + 0.3071345d:*E (JD2418800 - 22500) [00001]; Max
SX    UMa   |= 2422653.5032 + 0.30711855d*E (JD2422500 - 26000) [10083]; Max =
SX    UMa   |2426400.418 + 0.3071555d*E (JD2426000 - 29500); Max = 2430000.250 +
SX    UMa   |0.3071301d*E (JD2429500 - 34000), Max = 2438508.751 + 0.3071363d*E
SX    UMa   |(JD2434000 - 39000); since JD2441500 - see Table. [Fe/H] = -1.82,
SX    UMa   |{Delta}(S) = 9.9.
TU    UMa   |P var [03506]. [Fe/H] = -1.05, {Delta}(S) = 7.6.
TW    UMa   |d = 0.002P; Min II 12.3:.
TX    UMa   |Min II 7.13. P var. Min I = 2416426.801 + 3.063297d*E (JD2416000 -
TX    UMa   |22000); Min I = 2427926.492 + 3.063337d*E (JD2424200 - 30000); Min
TX    UMa   |I = 2433440.431 + 3.063300d*E (JD2430000 - 38000) [09839]; since
TX    UMa   |JD2438000 - see Table.
TY    UMa   |P var, non-linear term: +6.4d*10**(-11)*E**2. dI = 0.05P, dII =
TY    UMa   |0.00P. The light curve shape var. 12.10 <= Min I <= 12.14, 12.06 <=
TY    UMa   |Min II <= 12.12.
UX    UMa   |The shape of the eclipse light curve, the mean level of light
UX    UMa   |outside eclipses, the depth of Min var. Deviations from the
UX    UMa   |tabulated elements may reach +-0.002d. Rapid brightness
UX    UMa   |oscillations (28.54s <= P <= 30.02s) are sometimes observed
UX    UMa   |[07304]. Soft X-ray source.
UY    UMa   |Min II 12.9.
VV    UMa   |Min II 10.26. P var. Min I = 2439245.408 + 0.6873793d*E (JD2425600
VV    UMa   |- 40200) [09843]; Min I = 2440768.6280 + 0.687367d*E (JD2440200 -
VV    UMa   |42700); since JD2442700 - see Table.
VX    UMa   |Maser (H2O).
WX    UMa   |Mu {alpha} = -0.4094s, {mu} {delta} = +0.955", VB B (A = BD
WX    UMa   |+44{deg} 2051, dM2, 8.74m V; B 28", 133{deg}; common {mu}). Soft
WX    UMa   |X-ray source. LX/LV = 0.095.
XY    UMa   |Mu {alpha} = -0.0055s, {mu} {delta} = -0.175". P var. Non-linear
XY    UMa   |term: +2.77d*10**(-11)*E**2. The brightness outside eclipses var by
XY    UMa   |0.16m V. The depth of Min I is 0.48m - 0.67m, that of Min II is
XY    UMa   |0.19m. Migrating wave.
XZ    UMa   |Min II 10.2. P var? Min = 2444986.445 + 1.2223105d*E (JD2414990 -
XZ    UMa   |45000); since JD2445000 - see Table.
AA    UMa   |Min II 11.53, Max II 10.94. The elements should be checked.
AC    UMa   |VB B (A = BD + 65G671, 9.97m V, B-V = +0.50m; B 19", 114{deg},
AC    UMa   |1957). The chart in [08953] is wrong.
AD    UMa   |Blazhko effect is possible. Pi = 35d - 40d, {delta}(A) = 0.2m.
AE    UMa   |The fundamental mode P0 is given in the Table. P1 = 0.066527d,
AE    UMa   |Pbeat = 0.293616d [09869]. Max 10.86 - 11.10, Min 11.46 - 11.52.
AF    UMa   |d = 0.05P.
AK    UMa   |The elements need improvement.
AN    UMa   |The epoch of Min for periodic (P = Porb) light variations with A <=
AN    UMa   |1m B is given. Min II is present. B - V = 0.0 in Max light, +0.5
AN    UMa   |during an eclipse; U - B = -1.1. Circular polarization in B light
AN    UMa   |-9% to -35%; linear polarization 0% - 13% with a sharp Max near Max
AN    UMa   |light. Rapid changes (A = 0.03m, f = 0.4 - 0.8 Hz). The mean light
AN    UMa   |level and the light curve shape var. During the low state (B ~19m)
AN    UMa   |the light variability with porb disappears, emission lines occur
AN    UMa   |only during 10% of Porb, IR excess is noted. Soft X-ray source,
AN    UMa   |var. Emissions of H, HeI, He II, NIII, FeII.
AW    UMa   |dI = 0.06P:; Min II 7.08, dII = 0.11P. The light curve shape var. P
AW    UMa   |var. Min I = 2442150.4385 + 0.43873234d*E (JD2438000 - 42200);
AW    UMa   |since JD2442200 - see Table.
AX    UMa   |P var. Max = 2435951.354 + 0.53510d*E (JD2435900 - 38200) [04375];
AX    UMa   |during JD2445000 - 45900 - see Table.
BE    UMa   |d = 0.006P. Outside eclipses var 14.8m <= B <= 16.0m (reflection
BE    UMa   |effect). The depth of eclipses for {lambda} lambda 3330 - 3700 A is
BE    UMa   |greater than 4.3m,that for {lambda} lambda 5265 - 6005 A is 1.5m.
BG    UMa   |Min II 10.93. Alternative type EW.
BH    UMa   |Min II 12.3.
BI    UMa   |Min II 15.8.
BK    UMa   |[Fe/H] = -1.29, {Delta}(S) = 6.6.
BL    UMa   |Min II 16.2.
BM    UMa   |The depth of Min II 0.80m.
BN    UMa   |[Fe/H] = -1.65, {Delta}(S) = 8.9.
BP    UMa   |D <= 0.04P. The elements need confirmation.
CE    UMa   |In the region of the cluster of galaxies Abell 1213. SN 1966
CE    UMa   |{omicron}?
CF    UMa   |Groombridge 1830 B (A = BD +38{deg} 2285, V = 6.45m, B - V =
CF    UMa   |+0.75m, G8 subdwarf, B 2", 165{deg}). A possible flare on February
CF    UMa   |27, 1968. A brightening of the combined light by 0.6m pg on April
CF    UMa   |27, 1939 [09881]. Maybe the object does not exist [09882].
CH    UMa   |X-ray source 1E 1003 +67. LX/Lopt = 0.04.
CM    UMa   |P var?
CQ    UMa   |The epoch of Max in U and B light coinciding with that of Min in V
CQ    UMa   |light is given. A(U) = 0.06m, A(B) = 0.06m.
CR    UMa   |The elements for Max in U light are given. In B and V bands no
CR    UMa   |periodicity is apparent. A(U) = 0.03m.
CW    UMa   |Mu = 0.27", P = 300{deg}.
DF    UMa   |ADS 8242A (B 11.4m, 1.8", 60{deg}, 1960). The data for combined
DF    UMa   |brightness are given in the Table. SB1, Porb = 1.033824d. Mu
DF    UMa   |{alpha} = +0.0131s, {mu} {delta} = -0.038". Besides rapid
DF    UMa   |variations (V = 10.14m, {Delta}(V) = 0.05m), long term variations
DF    UMa   |are possible.
DG    UMa   |Blazhko effect is possible.
DK    UMa   |Soft X-ray source, lg Lx/Lv = -3.5. [Fe/H] = -0.38.
DL    UMa   |Eclipses with P = 0.42d [04706].
DM    UMa   |SB1 (Porb = 7.492d). Min = 2444026.97 + 7.478d*E (1979 - 1982);
DM    UMa   |1981 - 1984 - see Table. Two Min in the light curve in 1981 - 1982.
DN    UMa   |ADS 8347 ABC (A 7.2m vis; B 9.0m vis, 0.121", 142.0{deg}, 1981.5; C
DN    UMa   |8.3m vis, 4.0", 42{deg}, 1980; D = BS 4561, A1pCrEuSr:, V = 7.03m,
DN    UMa   |B - V = +0.01m, 63.0", 114{deg}). The range of combined brightness
DN    UMa   |for the three components is given. It is not known which of the
DN    UMa   |components varies. The component D was used as a comparison star.
DN    UMa   |Min II 6.73, Min II - Min I = 0.504P.
GM    UMa   |SB, discrepant Porb = 3.2424d.
HH    UMa   |Type EW: is also possible.
HN    UMa   |Type DSCT: is also possible.
HU    UMa   |VB A (B = GSC 3014.0222 = L265-581, 24", 250 {deg}, common proper
HU    UMa   |motion).
II    UMa   |Type RR: is also possible.
LU    UMa   |SB1, Porb = 13.572 d.
MM    UMa   |Variable brown dwarf.
MS    UMa   |MinII 12.50.
MT    UMa   |MinII 12.09.
MV    UMa   |SB.
NO    UMa   |SB2?
NS    UMa   |The period was improved in [79045] compared to [79025] using new
NS    UMa   |data. VB A (B 12.5mV, 15", 48{deg}, 1999). The tabulated amplitude
NS    UMa   |was influenced by the companion.
NT    UMa   |A twice shorter period is possible [79100].
NU    UMa   |A twice shorter period is not excluded. VB (A 9.6mHp; B 11.9mHp,
NU    UMa   |1.1", 39{deg}, 1991).
NY    UMa   |Porb = 42.628d.
OR    UMa   |Min II = 12.4.
OT    UMa   |Min II = 12.48.
OV    UMa   |Min II = 11.10.
OX    UMa   |Min II = 12.14.
OY    UMa   |Min II = 13.3.
PP    UMa   |Blazhko effect, P = 46d:.
PS    UMa   |Min II = 12.78. MinII - MinI = 0.466P.
PU    UMa   |Light elements for eclipsing variations in quiescence (19.1m -
PU    UMa   |21.2m) are tabulated.
PV    UMa   |SB, Porb = 80.53d.
PW    UMa   |Min II = 11.5.
PX    UMa   |Slow variations on time scale of several days are also present.
PZ    UMa   |Min II = 13.1.
QQ    UMa   |Min II = 14.1.
QT    UMa   |Min II = 11.70.
QV    UMa   |Min II = 14.25.
V0337 UMa   |Min II = 14.20.
V0342 UMa   |The depth of MinII is 0.40 mag.
V0343 UMa   |Min II = 14.35.
V0351 UMa   |Porb = 0.0992d.
V0354 UMa   |Min II = 11.12.
V0355 UMa   |The white-dwarf pulsation period is tabulated, with an amplitude
V0355 UMa   |about 0.05m. Another period detected photometrically is 320 minutes
V0355 UMa   |or 344 minutes. Porb = 0.0573083d.
V0356 UMa   |Min II = 13.0.
V0357 UMa   |Min II = 12.8.
V0358 UMa   |Min II = 12.45.
V0359 UMa   |Multiperiodic.
V0360 UMa   |Min II = 14.0.
V0362 UMa   |Min II = 14.6.
V0363 UMa   |Min II = 14.0.
V0364 UMa   |Min II = 13.95.
V0365 UMa   |Min II = 13.10.
V0366 UMa   |Min II = 14.2 :.
V0374 UMa   |Multiperiodic, 4 harmonics.
V0379 UMa   |P1 is given in the Table. P0 = 0.494909d, P1/P0=0.7446.
V0380 UMa   |Pulsates in the first overtone (see Table) and fundamental (Max =
V0380 UMa   |2454876.9243 + 0.47451d x E) modes. P1/P0 = 0.743.
V0384 UMa   |Type EW with a twice longer period is also possible.
V0389 UMa   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table gives the first-overtone light
V0389 UMa   |elements. For the fundamental mode, Max = 2454847.9552 + 0.47119d x
V0389 UMa   |E. P1/P0 = 0.744.
V0415 UMa   |P = 1.56575d is also possible.
V0417 UMa   |O'Connell effect.
V0430 UMa   |Other detected periods are 0.0037005d and 0.0024173d.
V0441 UMa   |VB A (B = V442 UMa, 2.0", 136{deg}, 2002). The range in the Table
V0441 UMa   |is for combined brightness.
V0442 UMa   |VB B (A = V441 UMa; AB 2.0", 136{deg}, 2002). O'Connell effect.
V0448 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.481662d; P1/P0 = 0.7445.
V0452 UMa   |VB A (A 14.0mV; B 15.7mV, 18", 233{deg}, 2000).
V0460 UMa   |Distortion wave: P = 3.697d.
V0462 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.484580d; P1/P0 = 0.7441.
V0464 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.483830d; P1/P0 = 0.7450.
V0465 UMa   |The mean brightness varies.
V0470 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.516157d; P1/P0 = 0.7464.
V0471 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.548171d; P1/P0 = 0.7455.
V0473 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.497336d; P1/P0 = 0.7456.
V0474 UMa   |Double-mode pulsations. The other period is 0.0496142d.
V0475 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.557528d; P1/P0 = 0.7462.
V0475 UMa   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.433241d.
V0477 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.474709d; P1/P0 = 0.7440.
V0479 UMa   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.524939d; P1/P0 = 0.7463.
V0486 UMa   |Type EW with a twice longer period is also possible.
V0497 UMa   |Double-mode pulsations. For the P0 period, see the Table. P1 =
V0497 UMa   |0.0526002d; P1/P0 = 0.77418.
V0498 UMa   |Period varies?
eps   UMa   |SB (P=4.15A). Interferometric binary? (0.053", 94.5{deg}, 1975.4).
eps   UMa   |In 1976 - 1983 attempts to resolve the binary interferometrically
eps   UMa   |were not successful. In the UMa moving cluster.
ups   UMa   |ADS 7534 A (B 11.5m, 11.3", 295{deg}, common {mu}). The light curve
ups   UMa   |shape and A var.
R     UMi   |H2O maser.
S     UMi   |P var. Max = 2422604 + 321.9d*E (JD2413000 - 23000); Max = 2432200
S     UMi   |+ 331.5d*E (JD2423000 - 32800); Max = 2436080 + 322.5d*E (JD2433000
S     UMi   |- 37000); Max = 2439011 + 326.5d*E (JD2437000 - 41500); since
S     UMi   |JD2441500 - see Table.
T     UMi   |P var. Max = 2428332 + 315.48d*E (JD2416500 - 29500); Max = 2436415
T     UMi   |+ 310.05d*E (JD2429500 - 37200); Max = 2442389 + 315.5d*E
T     UMi   |(JD2437200 - 43600); since JD2443600 - see Table.
U     UMi   |P var. Max = 2416975 + 323.1d*E (JD2416500 - 21000); Max = 2428804
U     UMi   |+ 331.3d*E (JD2421000 - 29780) [00001]; Max = 2429789 + 320.6d*E
U     UMi   |(JD2429780 - 34600) [00960]; Max = 2434600 + 331d*E (JD2434600 -
U     UMi   |36300); Max = 2437853 + 322.6d*E (JD2436300 - 39000); since
U     UMi   |JD2439000 - see Table.
V     UMi   |Mean brightness var with P2 = 760d.
W     UMi   |Min II 8.66; d = 0.02P. P var? Non-linear term in the elements is
W     UMi   |possible: -7.7d*10**(-10)*E**2.
X     UMi   |P var? Max = 2424224 + 343d*E (JD2423800 - 25100) [00684]; since
X     UMi   |JD2438100 - see Table.
RR    UMi   |SB (Porb = 749.4d [09896]).
RT    UMi   |Min II 10.86.
RU    UMi   |Min II 10.20.
RZ    UMi   |Min II 13.5.
SZ    UMi   |Variability needs confirmation.
VV    UMi   |MinII - MinI = 0.52P:.
VZ    UMi   |Min II = 13.5.
WW    UMi   |Min II = 12.55.
WX    UMi   |Min II = 15.1.
WY    UMi   |The ultraviolet-light amplitude is at least 1.6m.
WZ    UMi   |Min II = 13.1.
AA    UMi   |Min II = 12.68:.
AK    UMi   |Type ELL with a twice longer period is not excluded.
AN    UMi   |VB A (14.4mV; B 15.8mV, 8", 63{deg}, 2000). The variability range
AN    UMi   |in the Table is for combined light.
BD    UMi   |MinII - MinI = 0.544P.
BE    UMi   |d = 0.05P. The mean brightness outside eclipses strongly varies.
BE    UMi   |Quasi-periodic variations outside eclipses with P1 = 0.0402525d, P2
BE    UMi   |= 0.0352080d and four other periods.
alf   UMi   |VB A (B 8.20m, F3V, 18.3", 218{deg}); SB1 (Porb = 10969d, E = 0.655
alf   UMi   |[09904]). P var. There is a non-linear term in the elements:
alf   UMi   |+1.9877d*10**(-7)*E**2. The amplitude of light and radial velocity
alf   UMi   |variation decreased in 1982. A(V) = 0.04m (1984).
gam   UMi   |P var. Max = 2424301.78 + 0.14335d*E [10097]; Max = 2427904.468 +
gam   UMi   |0.14335d*E [10098]. Elements given in the Table represent
gam   UMi   |observations in 1964 - 1968. According to [09906] Vr var in 1922
gam   UMi   |with P = 0.108449d.
eps   UMi   |VB A (B 12.5m, 76.9", 3{deg}). Min II 4.21.
S     Vel   |Min II 7.83; d = 0.041P. P var? There is a non-linear term in the
S     Vel   |elements given in the Table: +4.47d*10**(-9)*E**2.
W     Vel   |P var. Max = 2415053 + 384.3d*E (JD2414600 - 17400); Max = 2426080
W     Vel   |+ 399.9d*E (JD2422400 - 27300); Max = 2429990 + 388.0d*E (JD2427300
W     Vel   |- 30100); Max = 2438328 + 398.7d*E (JD2430100 - 38800); since
W     Vel   |JD2438800 - see Table. OH emission.
Y     Vel   |P var. Max = 2415900 + 438.6d*E (JD2411500 - 15900); Max = 2419930
Y     Vel   |+ 447.7d*E (JD2415900 - 19930); Max = 2425755 + 452.8d*E (JD2421600
Y     Vel   |- 27600); Max = 2434150 + 439.5d*E (JD2427600 - 34200); since
Y     Vel   |JD2434200 - see Table.
Z     Vel   |P var. Max = 2415445 + 435.96d*E (JD2415000 - 25100); Max = 2425462
Z     Vel   |+ 417.99d*E (JD2425100 - 29700) [00960]; since JD2429200 - see
Z     Vel   |Table.
RR    Vel   |Min II 10.9.
RS    Vel   |P var. Max = 2410403 + 421d*E (JD2410400 - 16800) [09961]; since
RS    Vel   |JD2415450 - see Table.
RU    Vel   |VB A (B 12m sf). According to [00017], Max = 2414390 + 63d*E.
RW    Vel   |P var. Max = 2413553 + 430.4d*E (JD2413500 - 18500); Max = 2420610
RW    Vel   |+ 465.7d*E (JD2418500 - 25700); since JD2425700 - see Table.
RX    Vel   |Min II 10.5.
RY    Vel   |[A/H] = -0.3. P var. Max = 2440246.67 + 28.1270d*E (JD2419000 -
RY    Vel   |40250) [05366]; since JD2443900 - see Table.
SW    Vel   |P var. Max = 2434872.95 + 23.473d*E - 3.75d*10**(-5)*E**2
SW    Vel   |(JD2412500 - 35500) [09636]. Since JD2440700 - see Table.
SX    Vel   |The light curve has double maximum. The epoch of the primary
SX    Vel   |(second) maximum is given in the Table.
TT    Vel   |Min II 10.7.
UW    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 3033.
YZ    Vel   |Min II 12.8; DII = 0.040P; Min II - Min I = 0.537P.
ZZ    Vel   |Min II 10.0.
AA    Vel   |Min II 9.9.
AC    Vel   |Min II 9.11.
AF    Vel   |(k - b)2 = 0.06. Blazhko effect is possible [10110].
AH    Vel   |SB? [10111]. In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
AI    Vel   |Mu = 0.11", P = 76{deg}; (k - b)2 = 0.23. Light oscillations with
AI    Vel   |the period P0 given in the Table are superimposed by oscillations
AI    Vel   |with P1 = 0.08620868d and twice smaller amplitude. According to
AI    Vel   |[10112] P0 is constant, P1 is increasing.
AK    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
AL    Vel   |d = 0.072P.
AO    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173. Min II 9.55:.
AO    Vel   |There is apsidal line motion. There is a sinusoidal term in the
AO    Vel   |elements given in the Table: +0.058d*sin({phi}), where {phi} =
AO    Vel   |2{pi}(E - 5338)/11500, and E values are counted from JD2415810.66.
AO    Vel   |Min II = 2424270.125 + 1.5845993d (E - 5338) - -0.058d*sin({phi});
AO    Vel   |Min II - Min I = 0.792d - 0.116d*sin({phi}).
AP    Vel   |P1 = 2.19984d; P1/P0 = 0.703. M - m var (0.25P <= M - m <= <=
AP    Vel   |0.50P) [03710].
AQ    Vel   |d = 0.05P. The depth of Min II 0.05m.
AS    Vel   |Min II 8.4; Min II - Min I = 0.55P.
AT    Vel   |d = 0.03P. In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
AU    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
AV    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
AW    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
AX    Vel   |The first overtone mode light variation elements with the period P1
AX    Vel   |are given in the Table; the amplitude of the first overtone mode
AX    Vel   |light variation A1 exceeds that of the fundamental mode, A0:A1(V) =
AX    Vel   |1.5A0(V). For the fundamental mode P0 Max hel = 2443878.885 +
AX    Vel   |3.673174d*E. P1/P0 = 0.706; M - m var: 0.24P <= M - m <= 0.50P:.
AY    Vel   |Min II 9.7.
AZ    Vel   |Min II 13.0. In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
BB    Vel   |P < 20d. In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
BC    Vel   |Min II 12.3.
BD    Vel   |d = 0.04P.
BE    Vel   |Min II 12.5.
BF    Vel   |The depth of Min II 0.04m.
BM    Vel   |Min II 13.0. In the region of the open cluster NGC 2547. In the
BM    Vel   |region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
BO    Vel   |Min II 14.2.
BP    Vel   |Min II 13.7.
BR    Vel   |The shape of the light curve varies.
BT    Vel   |Min II 14.8.
BU    Vel   |Min II 10.96; Min II - Min I = 0.522P. In the region of the open
BU    Vel   |cluster Collinder 173.
BV    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
BW    Vel   |Min II 14.3.
BX    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Tr 10.
BZ    Vel   |Min II 10.4; Min II - Min I = 0.57P.
CK    Vel   |D ~0.3d.
CL    Vel   |Min II 13.4.
CR    Vel   |d = 0.05P.
CS    Vel   |[A/H] = 0.1. Possible member of the open cluster Ruprecht 79.
CU    Vel   |The period of superhumps ~0.08d, A = 0.4m [10115].
CV    Vel   |Min II 7.17.
CW    Vel   |d = 0.024P. The depth of Min II 0.1m pg.
CZ    Vel   |Min II 11.1.
DF    Vel   |Min II 13.4.
DH    Vel   |Min II 13.7.
DK    Vel   |VB A (B 12.50m, 22", 315{deg}; C 16m, 10", 60{deg}).
DL    Vel   |Min II 12.1.
DM    Vel   |P = 123d?
DQ    Vel   |Min II 11.0.
DS    Vel   |Min II 10.8.
DT    Vel   |(k - b)2 = 0.24.
DX    Vel   |Min II 10.3. In the region of the open cluster Col 213.
EH    Vel   |Min II 13.4.
EL    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster Collinder 173.
EO    Vel   |Min II 11.90, DII = 0.07P. Apsidal motion: Min II - Min I = 3.15d +
EO    Vel   |0.00003d*E. Min II = 2441716.75 + 5.32969d*E.
EP    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster IC 2395.
ES    Vel   |Min II 12.7.
ET    Vel   |Min II 12.1.
EU    Vel   |Min II 13.8.
EY    Vel   |d = 0.04P:.
FM    Vel   |Min II 12.9.
FS    Vel   |{Delta}(S) = 10.
FT    Vel   |Min II 10.5.
FW    Vel   |Min II 10.0.
FX    Vel   |Min II 10.5. The shape of the light curve varies.
FY    Vel   |Min II 7.03. Type ELL? [06827].
FZ    Vel   |VB A (B 12.08m, 24.2", 338{deg}).
GG    Vel   |VB A (B 11.2m, 6", {delta}({alpha}) = 0). P = 2.950432d?
GP    Vel   |Min II 6.90. Min II - Min I = 0.55P. The shape of the light curve
GP    Vel   |varies. There are probably long-period light oscillations: Min =
GP    Vel   |2442681.6 + 93.3d*E (A ~0.02m) [10051]. The period of X-ray pulses
GP    Vel   |var: 282.8913s (1975.5) [10125]; 282.919s (1975.7) [10126];
GP    Vel   |282.869s (1976.4), 282.838s (1976.9) [10127]; 282.80s (1978.9)
GP    Vel   |[10128]; 282.745s (1979.3), 282.7874s (1980.3), 282.87s (1981.0)
GP    Vel   |[10129]; 282.93s (1981.9 - 1982.9); 282.9306s (1983.2) [10078].
GV    Vel   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 2660.
HU    Vel   |Pulsar PSR 0833-45. In the nebula Vela SNR. Star M [08276]. The
HU    Vel   |pulsed radiation varies in radio, optical and {gamma} rays with P =
HU    Vel   |0.089s. P var [10136- 10139]: P = 0.089233318274s (JD2442553 -
HU    Vel   |680), P = 0.089234713929s (JD2442700 - 848), P = 0.089244007685s
HU    Vel   |(JD2443654 - 676), P = 0.089245406487s (JD2443719 - 850) [10137]; P
HU    Vel   |= 0.089256985348s (JD2444795.84) [10138].
HV    Vel   |A member of the open cluster IC 2391.
HW    Vel   |P = 0.26133d? A member of the open cluster IC 2391.
HX    Vel   |VB A (B 7.1m, 0.3", 313{deg}, 1949); in the region of the open
HX    Vel   |cluster IC 2395. Min II 5.50:.
HY    Vel   |VB A (B 5.7m, 76.6"); a member of the open cluster IC 2391. Min II
HY    Vel   |4.90.
IL    Vel   |A var (0.02m <= A <= 0.15m). Beat period 10.075d (Min A = 2443175.5
IL    Vel   |+ 10.075d*E).
IM    Vel   |VB A (B 9.73m, 3.3", 179{deg}, 1948). The double wave of light
IM    Vel   |variations with rotation period Prot = 2.85204d and A = 0.03m is
IM    Vel   |superimposed by oscillations with the periods P1 = 0.00812815d (A1
IM    Vel   |= 0.0043m), P2 = 0.00808206d (A2 = 0.0035m), P3 = 0.00810503d (A3 =
IM    Vel   |0.0008m), P4 = 0.004052519d (A4 = 0.0009m), P5 = 0.004064065d (A5 =
IM    Vel   |0.0004m), P6 = 0.004041031d (A6 = 0.0004m), P7 = 0.00815128d (A7 =
IM    Vel   |0.0004m) [09208].
IN    Vel   |P = 65 - 70d,
IP    Vel   |VB A (B 11.2m V, 2.1", 200{deg}, 1929). P > 1.25d.
IQ    Vel   |Min II 12.94; Min II - Min I = 0.500P.
IS    Vel   |A(U) var: 0.005m <= A(U) <= 0.018m.
IT    Vel   |Min II 7.08. P = 23.52d?
OQ    Vel   |The type is doubtful.
V0360 Vel   |Several close companions.
V0390 Vel   |P = 89.9 d is also possible. SB, Porb = 499 d.
V0405 Vel   |A twice shorter period is not excluded. VB (9", 346{deg}, 1976).
V0409 Vel   |MinII - MinI = 0.28P.
V0420 Vel   |Not CoD-45 05845 (identification suggested in [79235]).
V0447 Vel   |Min II = 11.91.
V0448 Vel   |Min II = 11.96. P varies. dP/dt = -0.44 x 10^(-5) d/yr.
V0451 Vel   |Min II = 7.49.
V0452 Vel   |Min II = 11.01.
V0454 Vel   |Min II = 7.65.
V0456 Vel   |The depth of MinII is 0.45 mag.
V0457 Vel   |Multiperiodic.
V0458 Vel   |Multiperiodic.
V0459 Vel   |Multiperiodic.
V0460 Vel   |Blended. Multiperiodic.
V0461 Vel   |After subtraction of the BE trends, EA variations 8.33m - 8.45m,
V0461 Vel   |MinII 8.44.
V0464 Vel   |The depth of MinII is 0.30 mag.
V0465 Vel   |Min II = 14.32.
V0467 Vel   |Min II = 11.00:. The tabulated ephemeris is for eclipses.
V0467 Vel   |Pulsations: P = 0.432728d, amplitude 0.05m.
V0469 Vel   |Min II = 9.51.
V0472 Vel   |An atypical emission-line star with periodic brightness variations.
V0479 Vel   |Min II = 9.22.
V0483 Vel   |Min II = 8.25. VB AB (8.79m, 9.19m, 1.0", 53{deg}, 1991).
V0484 Vel   |Min II = 9.91.
V0487 Vel   |Cycles about 280d in maximum light with an amplitude up to 1m.
V0495 Vel   |Min II = 10.47.
V0496 Vel   |Min II = 9.21.
V0497 Vel   |Min II = 9.63. VB AB (10.1m, 10.4m, 0.2", 150{deg}, 1991).
V0503 Vel   |Min II = 8.98. VB AB (9.2m, 11.2m, 0.6", 107{deg}, 1945).
V0504 Vel   |Min II = 18.20. Cluster non-member.
V0505 Vel   |Min II = 18.54. Cluster non-member.
V0506 Vel   |Min II = 17.60. Cluster non-member.
V0507 Vel   |Min II = 17.21. Cluster non-member.
V0508 Vel   |Min II = 17.89. Cluster non-member.
V0509 Vel   |Min II = 20.33. Cluster non-member.
V0510 Vel   |Cluster non-member.
V0511 Vel   |Min II = 20.00. Cluster non-member.
V0512 Vel   |Min II = 17.84. Cluster non-member.
V0513 Vel   |Min II = 19.29. Cluster non-member.
V0514 Vel   |Cluster non-member.
V0516 Vel   |A twice longer period is also possible. VB A (B 12.0m, 2", 29{deg},
V0516 Vel   |1945).
V0518 Vel   |Min II = 12.14.
V0519 Vel   |Pulsates in the first (see Table) and second (Max = 2453426.48 +
V0519 Vel   |0.939354d x E) overtone modes. P2/P1 = 0.8052.
V0526 Vel   |Double-mode pulsation. For the fundamental-mode period, see the
V0526 Vel   |Table. P1 = 0.0624889d, P1/P0 = 0.8062.
V0528 Vel   |Multiperiodic, 4 harmonics.
V0533 Vel   |SB2.
V0540 Vel   |Double-mode pulsation. P2 = 0.1765777d.
V0547 Vel   |SB2.
V0548 Vel   |Multiperiodic. P2 = 0.0482189d.
V0551 Vel   |Multiperiodic.
gam 2 Vel   |VB A (B 4.22m, 41.3", 220{deg}). SB2 (Porb = 78.5002d [10119]). In
gam 2 Vel   |HII region. T0 = 2433633.0 is the epoch of the conjunction where
gam 2 Vel   |the O component is in front [10119].
lam   Vel   |VB A (B 14.8m, 18.2", 137{deg}).
omi   Vel   |A member of the open cluster IC 2391. P(VR) = 2.74d. P = 2.76d?
omi   Vel   |SB1? The epoch of the light maximum is given. Close binary system?
R     Vir   |P var. Max = 2381914 + 145.77d*E (JD2338900 - 2402000); Max =
R     Vir   |2402321 + 144.90d*E (JD2402000 - 18000); Max = 2418268 + 145.48d*E
R     Vir   |(JD2418000 - 30000); Max = 2430489 + 148.32d*E (JD2430000 - 34000);
R     Vir   |Max = 2434193 + 144.63d*E (JD2434000 - 38500); Max = 2438829 +
R     Vir   |147.45d*E (JD2438500 - 43000); since JD2443000 see Table. Maser
R     Vir   |(SiO).
S     Vir   |P var. Max = 2399014 + 374.7d*E (JD2398600 - 2405000); Max =
S     Vir   |2412970 + 376.2d*E (JD2412000 - 23500, on average); Max = 2423502 +
S     Vir   |381.52d*E (JD2423500 - 23000); since JD2433000 - see Table. Maser
S     Vir   |(H2O, SiO).
T     Vir   |Maser (OH, H2O, SiO).
V     Vir   |P var. Before JD2427000 Max = 2400467 + 250.17d*E; Max = 2427225 +
V     Vir   |246.54d*E (JD2427000 - 31500); since JD2431500 - see Table.
W     Vir   |The epoch of Min is given. P var. Min = 2404151.168 + 17.2707d*E
W     Vir   |(JD2403000 - 23200); Min = 2423200.837 + 17.2634d*E (JD2423200 -
W     Vir   |29700); since JD2429700 - see Table. The light curve shape var.
W     Vir   |[Fe/H] = -1.03.
X     Vir   |VB A (B 12m, dK4, 0.6', ~50{deg}). The brightenings of 1871 and
X     Vir   |1882 may be due to misidentification [01651].
Z     Vir   |P var. Max = 2409683 + 309.19d*E (JD2408000 - 18500); since
Z     Vir   |JD2418500 - see Table.
RS    Vir   |Maser (OH, H2O, SiO). P var. Max =2412592 + 351.29d*E (JD2412000 -
RS    Vir   |31000); since JD2431000 - see Table.
RT    Vir   |Maser (OH, H2O, SiO). According to [10145], observations of
RT    Vir   |1970-1977 are not in agreement with the P value in the Table.
RU    Vir   |P var? Max = 2425120 + 435.9d*E (JD2414000 - 31500); since
RU    Vir   |JD2431500 - see Table.
RV    Vir   |P var. Max = 2412272 + 268.39d*E (JD2412000 - 31500); since
RV    Vir   |JD2431500 - see Table.
RX    Vir   |VB (B 13.0m vis, 1.1", 107{deg}, 1939). According to photoelectric
RX    Vir   |observations [06450,08837], 8.72m - 8.81m V. Const? [06450].
SS    Vir   |P var. Max = 2415910 + 352.75d*E (JD2415900 - 21500); Max = 2421913
SS    Vir   |+ 361.7d*E (JD2421500 - 26500); Max = 2428359 + 350.12d*E
SS    Vir   |(JD2426500 - 40000); since JD2440000 - see Table.
ST    Vir   |P var. Max = 2425005533 + 0.4108494d*E (JD2422000 - 29100) [10146];
ST    Vir   |Max = 2436702.513 + 0.4108168d*E (JD2433000 - 39000) [03415]; since
ST    Vir   |JD2439000 - see Table. Blazhko effect? {Delta}(S) = 0.8.
SU    Vir   |P var. Max = 2415040 + 213.7d*E (JD2415000 - 19500); Max = 2419926
SU    Vir   |+ 210.96d*E (JD2415000 - 31500); Max = 2437378 + 210.2d*E
SU    Vir   |(JD2431500 - 38500); since JD2438500 - see Table.
SV    Vir   |P var? The mean elements are given. Maser (H2O).
SZ    Vir   |Possibly EW with a very small A.
TV    Vir   |VB A (B P).
TW    Vir   |Porb = 0.182666d [09430]. Variability of ellipsoidal character in H
TW    Vir   |light: P = Porb/2, A(H) = 0.13m. X-ray source.
TX    Vir   |VB A (B 15m, 0.3' P).
TY    Vir   |[Fe/H] = -1.7.
TZ    Vir   |P2 = 6900d is superimposed?
UU    Vir   |[Fe/H] = -0.3. {delta}[S] = 0.7.
UW    Vir   |d = 0.011P. P var. Min = 2419942.513 + 1.8106818d*E (JD2415000 -
UW    Vir   |34500); since JD2441000 - see Table
UY    Vir   |d = 0.014P; Min II 8.1.
VV    Vir   |Min II 12.2:.
VW    Vir   |SN 1895 (NGC 4424).
XX    Vir   |[Fe/H] = -1.5. {Delta}(S) = 9:.
YZ    Vir   |[A/H] = -0.9.
AD    Vir   |P var. Max = 2425259.259 + 0.5522109d*E (JD2419000 - 31000); since
AD    Vir   |JD2431000 - see Table.
AF    Vir   |P var. Max = 2429051.697 + 0.4838214d*E (JD2419500 - 36000); Max =
AF    Vir   |2436718.3758 + 0.4838386d*E (JD2436000 - 37500) [10159]; since
AF    Vir   |JD2440000 - see Table. DM var.
AG    Vir   |The depth of Min II up to 0.44m. The light curve shape and A var.
AG    Vir   |dI = 0.03P:, dII = 0.66P. Min II - Min I = 0.512P. P var. Min =
AG    Vir   |2434487.4297 + 0.6426489d*E (JD2424500 - 34500); since JD2434500 -
AG    Vir   |see Table.
AH    Vir   |ADS 8472 A (B 13.2m, 1.3", 17{deg}). The combined brightness is
AH    Vir   |given, dI = 0.07P. The depth of Min II 0.53m, dII = 0.00P. The
AH    Vir   |light curve shape var. P var. Min = 2434841.3963 + 0.40751843d*E
AH    Vir   |(JD2425000 - 35000) [05222]; Min = 2435573.710 + 0.40752192d*E
AH    Vir   |(JD2435000 - 41400); Min = 2441411.460 + 0.40753186d*E (JD2441400 -
AH    Vir   |44000); since JD2444000 - see Table.
AK    Vir   |VB B (A = BD -17{deg} 3996; B 44", 286{deg}).
AL    Vir   |P var [A/H] = -0.7.
AN    Vir   |P2 ~1000d is superimposed.
AO    Vir   |VB A (B 11.4m vis, 6.9", 321{deg}, 1956, common Vr). {delta}(M) is
AO    Vir   |possibly in error because of the companion. P var. Max = 2413949 +
AO    Vir   |256.88d*E (JD2412900 - 21000); since JD2421000 - see Table.
AS    Vir   |P var. The Table gives the mean elements valid after JD2425600.
AS    Vir   |Blazhko effect? [03506]. (k - b)2 = 0.08.
AT    Vir   |P var. Max = 2426831.367 + 0.5258053d*E (JD2420500 - 35000)
AT    Vir   |[00188]; since JD2435000 - see Table. (k - b)2 = 0.00, {Delta}(S) =
AT    Vir   |6.0.
AU    Vir   |[Fe/H] = -1.84, {Delta}(S) = 10.1.
AV    Vir   |{Delta}(S) = 5.5.
AW    Vir   |Min II 11.67.
AX    Vir   |Min II 10.24.
AY    Vir   |Maser (H2O).
AZ    Vir   |Min II 11.37.
BB    Vir   |Blazhko effect?
BC    Vir   |P var. Max = 2419922.289 + 0.56451468d*E (JD2419900 - 30100); the
BC    Vir   |Table gives current elements.
BD    Vir   |P var. Min = 2424971.720 + 2.548410d*E (JD2424900 - 32000); since
BD    Vir   |JD2432000 - see Table.
BF    Vir   |Min II 10.72. Total eclipses. P var. Min = 2416595.67 + 0.64057d:*E
BF    Vir   |(JD2414000 - 19000); Min = 2440331.809 + 0.64057631d*E (JD2426000 -
BF    Vir   |41000); since JD2441000 - see Table.
BH    Vir   |Min II 10.24. Distortion wave? ({Delta}(V) = 0.04m).
BN    Vir   |P var. Max = 2419865.422 + 0.39127585d*E (JD2419800 - 28300); since
BN    Vir   |JD2432600 - see Table.
BO    Vir   |P var. Max = 2419513.388 + 0.52005916d*E (JD2419500 - 33000); since
BO    Vir   |JD2433000 - see Table.
BQ    Vir   |P var?
BS    Vir   |[Fe/H] = -1.84. {Delta}(S) = 10.1.
BV    Vir   |P var. Max = 2426070.488 + 0.4965803d*E (JD2419900 - 28500); since
BV    Vir   |JD2436600 - see Table.
BW    Vir   |P var. Max = 2420247.403 + 0.4706660d*E (JD2420200 - 26800); since
BW    Vir   |JD2426800 - see Table.
CG    Vir   |Min II 10.9.
CK    Vir   |[Fe/H] = -2.0.
CM    Vir   |d = 0.05P. P var. Min = 2425411.330 + 3.40167d*E (JD2423900 -
CM    Vir   |28400) [00001]; during JD2432200 - 34200 - see Table.
CS    Vir   |The epoch of Max in B light is given. SB (Porb = 1618d). IR excess
CS    Vir   |(4.8 mkm).
CU    Vir   |ADS 9152 A (B 11.9m, G1V, 60", 212{deg}).
CW    Vir   |The epoch of min is given.
CX    Vir   |The depth of Min II 0.30m.
DK    Vir   |According to [10189], P1 = 0.1162d, P2 = 0.1086d. (k - b)2 = 0.20.
DL    Vir   |SB (Porb = 2286d). The spectrum shows the A-component of the
DL    Vir   |eclipsing system and the G8III star around which the eclipsing
DL    Vir   |system is orbiting.
DM    Vir   |Min II 9.49. DII = DI.
DN    Vir   |P >= 100d.
DT    Vir   |Mu {alpha} = -0.044s, {mu} {delta} = -0.02". SB? Rotation period
DT    Vir   |1.535d [10014], A = 0.05m V.
DV    Vir   |Blazhko effect?
EF    Vir   |According to [04784], const?, 16.1m pg.
EP    Vir   |IR excess (4.8 mkm).
EQ    Vir   |SB; [Fe/H] = -0.08. Min = 2441129.585 + 3.914169D*E +
EQ    Vir   |0.0001803345d*E**2, A = 0.10m V, M - m = 0.40P. Soft X-ray source,
EQ    Vir   |lg FX/FV = -2.07.
EW    Vir   |P >= 100d.
EX    Vir   |P >= 100d.
EY    Vir   |P >= 100d.
FF    Vir   |The P value for magnetic field variations is given.
FG    Vir   |ADS 8471 A (B 13.51m, 25", 352{deg}, 1909; C 11.85m, 74", 195{deg},
FG    Vir   |1909).
FI    Vir   |Mu {alpha} = +0.043s, {mu} {delta} = -1.22".
FL    Vir   |VB AB (A = 0.76", P = 16A). Both components show flares? The range
FL    Vir   |of combined brightness is given. Mu {alpha} = -0.118s, {mu} {delta}
FL    Vir   |= +0.26".
FM    Vir   |SB2, Porb = 38.324d.
FN    Vir   |Mu {alpha} = -0.064s, {mu} {delta} = +0.28". SB? X-ray source,
FN    Vir   |LX/Lbol = -3.55.
FO    Vir   |Min II 6.67.
FQ    Vir   |Deep Min II.
GG    Vir   |Multiperiodicity, 0.023d <= P <= 0.083d, A <= 0.02m.
GH    Vir   |P var.
GK    Vir   |The secondary is a red dwarf (M0 - M6).
GL    Vir   |Mu {alpha} = -0.087s; {mu} {delta} = +0.23".
GM    Vir   |P ~1.6d/n.
GQ    Vir   |Mu {alpha} = -0.045s, {mu} {delta} = -0.44".
GR    Vir   |The depth of Min II 0.41m.
GU    Vir   |P var. Max = 2439236.36 + 0.466562d*E (JD2438100 - 39300); during
GU    Vir   |JD2441300 - 42600 - see Table.
LV    Vir   |Type RR: is also possible.
MW    Vir   |Type DSCTC: is also possible.
NN    Vir   |Type EW: is also possible.
PS    Vir   |MinII 12.2.
PT    Vir   |MinII 13.54.
PU    Vir   |MinII 11.68.
PY    Vir   |MinII 10.04.
QU    Vir   |MinII 12.03.
QX    Vir   |MinII 12.6.
QZ    Vir   |SB1 (Porb = 0.05881873d [09304]).
V0338 Vir   |A twice longer or a twice shorter period is not excluded.
V0354 Vir   |Blazhko effect, P = 59d: [80026].
V0357 Vir   |Blazhko effect? [80422].
V0378 Vir   |P = 0.268012d is also possible.
V0379 Vir   |Porb = 0.061412d.
V0385 Vir   |P = 0.447390d is also possible.
V0391 Vir   |Min II = 13.6.
V0406 Vir   |Quasi-periodic variations with a cycle about 0.39d. Porb =
V0406 Vir   |0.05592d.
V0414 Vir   |P = 0.492859d is also possible.
V0415 Vir   |Min II = 10.32.
V0419 Vir   |Blazhko effect, P = 65.69d.
V0439 Vir   |Multiperiodic.
V0461 Vir   |P = 0.153332d is also possible.
V0466 Vir   |Blazhko effect, P = 62.9:d.
V0467 Vir   |Min II = 9.69.
V0476 Vir   |P varies?
V0492 Vir   |P = 0.407024d is also possible.
V0503 Vir   |Min II = 16.10.
V0533 Vir   |P = 0.186684d is also possible.
V0546 Vir   |Min II = 10.48.
V0551 Vir   |Blazhko effect, P = 48d.
V0560 Vir   |Blazhko effect.
V0585 Vir   |P varies. Before JD 2453700, Max = 2451961.85 + 0.60163d x E.
V0589 Vir   |Min II = 14.20.
V0591 Vir   |Min II = 12.38.
V0593 Vir   |P = 0.186389d is also possible. Associated with an X-ray source.
V0594 Vir   |Multiperiodic.
V0613 Vir   |P strongly varies.
V0630 Vir   |The Table presents the light elements for the first overtone. For
V0630 Vir   |the fundamental mode, Max = 2454800.650 + 0.524429d x E. P1/P0 =
V0630 Vir   |0.7453.
V0644 Vir   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table gives the first overtone light
V0644 Vir   |elements. For the fundamental mode, Max = 2454800.145 + 0.455977d x
V0644 Vir   |E. P1/P0 = 0.7426.
V0659 Vir   |Double-mode pulsations. The Table contains light elements for the
V0659 Vir   |first overtone. Fundamental mode: Max = 2454800.750 + 0.505828d x
V0659 Vir   |E. P1/P0 = 0.7450.
V0674 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.485546d; P1/P0 = 0.7444.
V0675 Vir   |P0 is presented in the Table. P1 = 0.347029d; P1/P0 = 0.7415.
V0679 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.481836d; P1/P0 = 0.7436.
V0680 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.496630d; P1/P0 = 0.7451.
V0681 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.494004d; P1/P0 = 0.7453.
V0684 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.478307d; P1/P0 = 0.7433.
V0685 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.495555d; P1/P0 = 0.7447.
V0686 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.494463d; P1/P0 = 0.7445.
V0691 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.539888d; P1/P0 = 0.7461.
V0693 Vir   |The data for 1SWASP J130711.90+084159.9 in [82030] are combined
V0693 Vir   |measurements for a non-variable star (V = 14.9m) near the SuperWASP
V0693 Vir   |position and the real variable.
V0694 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.464667d; P1/P0 = 0.7430.
V0696 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.469383d; P1/P0 = 0.7433.
V0698 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.516959d; P1/P0 = 0.7452.
V0699 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.559293d; P1/P0 = 0.7468.
V0703 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.476683d; P1/P0 = 0.7441.
V0704 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.476846d; P1/P0 = 0.7446.
V0705 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.477771d; P1/P0 = 0.7438.
V0707 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.486191d; P1/P0 = 0.7437.
V0708 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.483093d; P1/P0 = 0.7438.
V0711 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.545077d; P1/P0 = 0.7457.
V0723 Vir   |Additional non-radial mode, P = 0.2702020d; P(Blazhko) = 10.7d.
V0730 Vir   |Type EW with a twice longer period is also possible.
V0734 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.462283d; P1/P0 = 0.7428.
V0735 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.545647d; P1/P0 = 0.7468.
V0737 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.485785d; P1/P0 = 0.7439.
V0740 Vir   |Period varies?
V0742 Vir   |P1 is presented in the Table. P0 = 0.552328d; P1/P0 = 0.7459. A
V0742 Vir   |close VB.
alf   Vir   |The Table gives the epoch of Min for the ellipsoidal variability
alf   Vir   |and Porb. The depth of Min II up to 0.08m. SB 2. e = 0.205 +-
alf   Vir   |0.004. Apsidal motion: Pi = 108a +- 5a. Pulsations: P var, P =
alf   Vir   |0.17378587d (1908 - 1956); since 1956 Max = 2445405.63 +
alf   Vir   |0.17378680d*E [10181]. A var. 3 companions according to lunar
alf   Vir   |occultation observations: 3.1m, 0.0025"; 4.5m, 0.05"; 7.5m, 0.5".
alf   Vir   |Soft X-ray source, LX/Lbol = 2.9*10**(-8).
psi   Vir   |Binary? (lunar occultations).
R     Vol   |P var. Max = 2415238 + 441d*E (JD2394100 - 2418800) [10143]; since
R     Vol   |JD2422700 - see Table.
S     Vol   |P var. Max = 2415042 + 397.6d*E (JD2415000 - 24200), Max = 2428880
S     Vol   |+ 392.1d*E (JD2423000 - 28900), Max = 2434113 + 401.7d*E (JD2428900
S     Vol   |- 34900), Max = 2434910 + 387.2d*E (JD2434900 - 39200); since
S     Vol   |JD2439200 - see Table.
T     Vol   |P var. Max = 2413135 + 189.8d*E (JD2413100 - 14600); Max = 2416870
T     Vol   |+ 171.8d*E (JD2414600 - 16900); Max = 2416870 + 176.8d*E (JD2416800
T     Vol   |- 24400); Max = 2424460 + 170.8d*E (JD2424400 - 27200); Max =
T     Vol   |2429925 + 182.3d*E (JD2427200 - 30000); since JD2440000 see Table.
RX    Vol   |P < 20d?
ST    Vol   |SP component of a very close pair.
SV    Vol   |The shape of the light curve varies.
TX    Vol   |Min II 10.5. P var. Min I = 2416789.869 + 5.38845d*E (JD2415100 -
TX    Vol   |26000), Min I = 2431150.345 + 5.3887d*E (JD2426000 - 31400), Min I
TX    Vol   |= 2433542.609 + 5.388d*E (JD2431400 - 33600) [00001]; since
TX    Vol   |JD2433600 see Table.
YZ    Vol   |A twice shorter period is not excluded.
AD    Vol   |VB A (B 14.8mpg, 19", 260{deg}, 2000).
AH    Vol   |Min II = 11.8.
AL    Vol   |P0 is tabulated, P1 = 0.38521d.
AO    Vol   |A close VB.
R     Vul   |P var. Max = 2400169 + 138.3d*E (JD2400100 - 02700), Max = 2402779
R     Vul   |+ 136.76d*E (JD2402700 - 19800), Max = 2419880 + 137.45d*E
R     Vul   |(JD2419800 - 24400), Max = 2424413 + 136.76d*E (JD2424400 - 28500
R     Vul   |[00960]; Max = 2429331 + 135.9d*E (JD2428500 - 32000) [00001];
R     Vul   |since JD2432000 see Table.
S     Vul   |In the region of the open cluster C 1947 + 272 [10123]. P var. Max
S     Vul   |= 2401772 + 67.37d*E (JD2401760 - 6400), Max = 2408180 + 67.70d*E
S     Vul   |(JD2408170 - 14950), Max = 2415285 + 68.26d*E (JD2415300 - 22800),
S     Vul   |Max = 2423468 + 67.72d*E (JD2423450 - 27200), Max = 2428227 +
S     Vul   |68.18d*E (JD2428220 - 31300) [00761]; Max = 2432775 + 67.51d*E
S     Vul   |(JD2431300 - 34500) [10148]; Max = 2437150 + 68.66d*E (JD2436800 -
S     Vul   |39600), Max = 2441507 + 67.344d*E (JD2439600 - 43000) [10124];
S     Vul   |since JD2443000 see Table. [A/H] = 0.1.
T     Vul   |P var. Max = 2419372.151 + 4.435589d*E (JD2409880 - 34000); since
T     Vul   |JD2434000 see Table.
V     Vul   |Min II 8.65. P var. Min I = 2414912.9 + 74.96d*E (JD2414900 -
V     Vul   |20840), Min I = 2420909.8 + 75.686d*E (JD2420900 - 24810), Min I =
V     Vul   |2425072.9 + 76.344d*E (JD2425050 - 30000), Min I = 2430023.5 +
V     Vul   |75.957d*E (JD2430000 - 32500) [10149]. Study of period variation
V     Vul   |and changes of Min II by Min I see also in [00767,010150].
W     Vul   |In the region of the open clusters NGC 6882, NGC 6885.
X     Vul   |P var. Max = 2420636.337 + 6.319301d*E (JD2417000 - 34000) [00768];
X     Vul   |since JD2435000 - see Table.
Z     Vul   |VB A (B 12.0m, 13", 359{deg}). Min II 7.58. P var. Min I =
Z     Vul   |2425456.117 + 2.454926d*E (JD2413200 - 37000) [00063]; since
Z     Vul   |JD2437000 - see Table.
RS    Vul   |Min II 6.86; Min II - Min I = 0.508P.
RU    Vul   |A var. P var. Max = 2416266 + 155.95d*E (JD2415000 - 36000), Max =
RU    Vul   |2436779 + 150.7d*E (JD2436000 - 38800), Max = 2438855 + 153.4d*E
RU    Vul   |(JD2438800 - 41620), Max = 2441193 + 138.5d*E (JD2441620 - 42600);
RU    Vul   |since JD2442600 - see Table.
RX    Vul   |P var. Max = 2420301 + 438d*E (JD2418900 - 22500) [04018]; since
RX    Vul   |JD2424700 - see Table.
RZ    Vul   |Slow variations of mean brightness with P = 1410D and A = 2m are
RZ    Vul   |superimposed by fluctuations with the cycle 40 - 100d and A up to
RZ    Vul   |1m.
SU    Vul   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6882, NGC 6885.
SV    Vul   |[Fe/H] = 0.23. P var. There is a nonlinear term in the elements
SV    Vul   |given in the Table: -0.0001814d*E**2.
SX    Vul   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6940.
UU    Vul   |Published coordinates in [01622] are wrong.
VV    Vul   |Min II 12.1; d = 0.026P. P var. Min I = 2416670.527 + 3.411224d*E
VV    Vul   |(JD2416600 - 27500) [00134]; since JD2426000 - see Table.
VW    Vul   |Porb = 0.0731d [10160].
VY    Vul   |Min II 14.4:.
WW    Vul   |There is quasi-periodicity in light minima with the cycle 404d.
XZ    Vul   |Min II 11.4. P var. Min I = 2426477.525 + 3.0895116d*E (JD2416900 -
XZ    Vul   |36000) [04427]; since JD2436000 - see Table.
AB    Vul   |The depth of Min II 0.02m.
AD    Vul   |Min II 0.010P.
AF    Vul   |Min = 2436545.23 + 0.954d*E (JD2436200 - 900) [03148].
AR    Vul   |In the region of the open cluster Stock 1.
AT    Vul   |Min II 9.3; d = 0.02P.
AW    Vul   |Min II 10.9; d = 0.020P.
AX    Vul   |d = 0.018P.
AY    Vul   |d = 0.020P. P var. Min hel = 2436128.388 + 2.4124239d*E (JD2418500
AY    Vul   |- 40700); since JD2440700 - see Table.
AZ    Vul   |Min II 11.9.
BB    Vul   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6940.
BE    Vul   |VB A (BC 11.92m, 50", 320{deg}). Min II 9.90. P var. Min I =
BE    Vul   |2426144.490 + 1.55205d*E (JD2426140 - 28880), Min I = 2430698.203 +
BE    Vul   |1.5520442d*E (JD2430690 - 34660), Min I = 2435340.373 + 1.552052d*E
BE    Vul   |(JD2435340 - 40070); since JD2440100 - see Table.
BF    Vul   |Elements given in the Table represent well only the bright maxima.
BF    Vul   |The fainter maxima are represented by the elements: Max = 2427731 +
BF    Vul   |95.4d*E.
BI    Vul   |Min II 14.86. P var? Min I = 2424759.70 + 0.251828d*E [00193];
BI    Vul   |since JD2444750 - see Table.
BN    Vul   |{Delta}(S) = 7. P var. Max = 2414815.759 + 0.5941295d*E (JD2414000
BN    Vul   |- 30000) [00388]; Max = 2434244.333 + 0.59412538d*E (JD2430000 -
BN    Vul   |36000) [00616]; Max = 2438265.386 + 0.59412763d*E (JD2436000 -
BN    Vul   |41000) [09009]; since JD2441000 - see Table.
BO    Vul   |Min II 10.6. P var. Min I = 2429984.332 + 1.9459123d*E (JD2415000 -
BO    Vul   |30000) [00007]; Min I = 2432379.766 + 1.9459206d*E (JD2427000 -
BO    Vul   |35000), since JD2435300 - see Table.
BP    Vul   |Min II 10.5.
BS    Vul   |Min II 11.10.
BT    Vul   |d = 0.03P; Min II 12.3.
BU    Vul   |P var. Min = 2431006.204 + 0.5689904d*E (JD2426500 - 31100)
BU    Vul   |[00001]; since JD2433500 - see Table.
BV    Vul   |S 6.5/6-.
BW    Vul   |P var. Max = 2424000.171 + 0.20102229d*E (JD2424000 - 26500), Max =
BW    Vul   |2426500.079 + + 0.20102933d*E (JD2426500 - 31500), Max = =
BW    Vul   |2432000.054 + 0.20103513d*E (JD2431500 - 41000); since JD2441000 -
BW    Vul   |see Table.
CD    Vul   |Min II 11.9.
CK    Vul   |Max 2331186:. Connected with nebulae. Type NR?
CS    Vul   |Min II 13.6.
DR    Vul   |Min II 9.19; DII = 0.132P. There is apsidal motion with the period
DR    Vul   |37.8 years. Elements given in the Table contain supplementary
DR    Vul   |terms: -0.07165d*sin(0.05863{deg}*E) - 0.00269d*
DR    Vul   |*sin(0.11726{deg}*E). Min II = 2440301.7934 + 2.2508645d*E +
DR    Vul   |0.07165d* *sin(0.05863{deg}*E) - 0.00269d*sin(0.11726{deg}*E). P
DR    Vul   |var? [10185]. The depth of minima varies.
DY    Vul   |VB A (B 13.0m V, 14", 300{deg}).
EH    Vul   |P var. Max = 2429609 + 185d*E (JD2429600 - 30600); since JD2430800
EH    Vul   |- see Table.
EP    Vul   |S 6.5/5.
EQ    Vul   |Min II 12.5; Min II - Min I = 0.31P; DII = 0.050P, dII = 0.010P.
ER    Vul   |P var. Min I = 2440182.2593 + 0.69809510d*E (JD2433100 - 40200)
ER    Vul   |[08592]; since JD2440100 - see Table. 7.35m <= Min II <= 7.44m. The
ER    Vul   |shape of the light curve and depths of minima vary.
ES    Vul   |VB A (B 10.1m, 1.6", 126{deg}).
ET    Vul   |[A/H] = -0.4. P var. Max = 2425110.63 + 54.33d*E (JD2422900 -
ET    Vul   |26600), Max = 2432875.80 + 54.33132d*E (JD2432700 - 35430), Max =
ET    Vul   |2438656.99 + 53.81d*E (JD2436050 - 39035), Max = 2439253.55 +
ET    Vul   |54.24d*E (JD2439035 - 40990) [10168]; since JD2441900 - see Table.
EU    Vul   |Min II 13.3.
EV    Vul   |Min II 11.9. P var. Min I = 2428750.459 + 2.822084d*E (JD2428400 -
EV    Vul   |36400) [04027]; Min I = 2436748.37 + 2.82220d*E (JD2436380 - 750)
EV    Vul   |[03732]; since JD2441500 - see Table.
EX    Vul   |d = 0.03P.
EY    Vul   |The depth of Min II 0.05m.
FG    Vul   |In the region of the open cluster NGC 6940. Star 120. The epoch of
FG    Vul   |light minimum is given.
FH    Vul   |P var. The elements given in the Table are valid since JD2436000.
FK    Vul   |Blazhko effect.
FM    Vul   |Min II 13.0.
FN    Vul   |d = 0.02P; Min II 14.2.
FP    Vul   |Min II 15.6.
FQ    Vul   |Min II 12.9. Apsidal motion with P = 280 years. Correction of
FQ    Vul   |mispints in [04248] see in [04244].
FR    Vul   |Probably the period must be doubled.
FS    Vul   |Min II 15.2.
FU    Vul   |sp component of a close pair.
FW    Vul   |Min II 12.9.
FY    Vul   |sp component of a close pair. Cycle 30 - 70d [04027].
FZ    Vul   |Min II 13.9.
GG    Vul   |P var. Max = 2427681.0 + 106.5d*E (JD2427500 - 28850); since
GG    Vul   |JD2428850 - see Table.
GH    Vul   |P = 2.5d?
GI    Vul   |Min II 13.8.
GK    Vul   |Red.
GN    Vul   |Min II 12.4; d = 0.04P.
GO    Vul   |Min II - Min I = 0.515P. The depth of Min II 0.03m.
GP    Vul   |Min II 11.2; Min II - Min I = 0.48P.
GQ    Vul   |nf component of a close triple group of stars. P var. Max =
GQ    Vul   |2434399.825 + 12.647241d*E (JD2426100 - 38000) [04414]; since
GQ    Vul   |JD2444600 - see Table.
GR    Vul   |Min II 13.3. The chart in [04244] is wrong.
GT    Vul   |Min II 15.8.
GU    Vul   |Min II 12.2.
GV    Vul   |Probably the period must be doubled. Probably the period must be
GV    Vul   |doubled.
HI    Vul   |Min II 12.6.
HP    Vul   |The depth of Min II 0.04m.
HS    Vul   |Min II 14.2.
HU    Vul   |Blazhko effect?
HV    Vul   |P var. Max = 2437165.449 + 0.419906d*E (JD2437100 - 38670); since
HV    Vul   |JD2438670 - see Table. Blazhko effect?
HW    Vul   |P var. Max = 2429077.0 + 75.44d*E (JD2427190 - 29080), Max =
HW    Vul   |2429077.0 + 73.94d*E (JD2429070 - 32470); since JD2432350 - see
HW    Vul   |Table.
IU    Vul   |P var. Max = 2434656 + 320.2d*E (JD2432700 - 37860) [04427]; since
IU    Vul   |JD2437860 - see Table.
IW    Vul   |Min II 13.1.
KN    Vul   |Min II 13.4.
KO    Vul   |Red.
KS    Vul   |Very red.
LT    Vul   |Multiperiodicity: P1 = 0.109414d, A1(V) = 0.0234m; P2 = 0.11094d,
LT    Vul   |A2(V) = 0.0074m; P3 = 0.1215d, A3(V) = 0.0070m (JD2444054 - 096)
LT    Vul   |[10173]; P1 = 0.109621d, A1(B) = 0.0340m; P2 = 0.093528d, A2(B) =
LT    Vul   |0.0136m (JD2444071 - 465) [10193].
LU    Vul   |Nova Vul 1968 N2.
LV    Vul   |Nova Vul 1968 N1. VB A (B 18m, 6", 115{deg}).
LW    Vul   |Min II 16.3.
MN    Vul   |Min II 16.1; Min II - Min I = 0.518P; DII = 0.10P.
MO    Vul   |Min II 14.8. P var?
MR    Vul   |P2 = 111.0d?
MT    Vul   |Multiperiodicity: P2 = 119.93d (A2 = 0.3m), P3 = 25.02d (A3 =
MT    Vul   |0.4m:).
MX    Vul   |P = 181.8d?
NO    Vul   |Min II 14.1.
NS    Vul   |VB A (B 8.8m, A0, 0.73", 273{deg}, 1978.6), The range of combined
NS    Vul   |light variation is given.
PS    Vul   |VB A (B 10.0m, 0.4", 105{deg}, 1980.0); SB2.
PT    Vul   |P1 = 256.12714s (A1 = 1.14%), Max1 = 2445166.660914 HJED; P2 =
PT    Vul   |256.33205s (A2 = 1.09%), Max2 = 2445166.659424 HJED; P3 =
PT    Vul   |128.11496s (A3 = 0.37%), Max3 = 2445166.660024 HJED. {mu} =
PT    Vul   |0.1508", P=1.6{deg}.
PU    Vul   |Pre-outburst SP M4 (1958). Gradual light increase in 1977 - 79 up
PU    Vul   |to 8.7m V; in 1979 A = 0.29M V, Min I = 2443943.39 + 78.12d*E
PU    Vul   |[10197]. In the max of 1979 Sp F5Ia - F8-9I. In February 1980 an
PU    Vul   |abrupt light decrease started; the star reached V = 13.65m by early
PU    Vul   |September. By September, 1981 the star recovered from the deep Min
PU    Vul   |of 500d duration. During the 1980 - 81 minimum Sp M5 with TiO
PU    Vul   |bands, emissions of H{alpha}, NaD, [OII], FeII, rare earths. In
PU    Vul   |1982 - 84 8.35m - 8.87m V, Sp became F again. Simetimes H{alpha},
PU    Vul   |H{beta} emissions have been detected, often with P Cyg profiles.
V0398 Vul   |Not identical to IRC+30416 = NSV 12861.
V0469 Vul   |Red, despite Sp B in the literature.
V0477 Vul   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.0644149d.
V0479 Vul   |Multiperiodic, P2 = 0.10114d.
V0491 Vul   |MinII - MinI = 0.327P. VB AB (10.9m, 11.1m, 0.6", 223{deg}, 2010).
V0495 Vul   |MinII - MinI = 0.544P.
V0498 Vul   |Superhumps: P = 0.05990d. A possible cycle between outburtsts is
V0498 Vul   |about 1000d.
V0507 Vul   |Period varies. Light elements for JD 2454200-2455150 are tabulated.
V0507 Vul   |For JD 2452750-2453950, Max = JD 2453169.815 + 0.336042 x E.
V0523 Vul   |O'Connell effect. Unusually red for the EW type. VB B (A 14.6m; AB
V0523 Vul   |4", 43{deg}, 1991).
V0524 Vul   |P = 0.685447d and type EW are also possible.
V0528 Vul   |P = 0.471026d is also possible.
V0532 Vul   |VB A (B 8", 94{deg}, 2000; C 5", 247{deg}, 2000).
V0533 Vul   |P = 0.267441d is also possible.
V0536 Vul   |P = 0.269786d is also possible.
V0539 Vul   |P = 0.3098d is also possible.
V0540 Vul   |Other possible periods: 0.418246d or 0.294669d.
V0543 Vul   |P = 0.274336d is also possible.
V0544 Vul   |P = 1.60142d is also possible.
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