Peremennye Zvezdy

"Peremennye Zvezdy",
Prilozhenie
,
vol. 13, N 14 (2013)

Light Elements for 29 Semiregular Variables from the NSV Catalog

E. V. Kazarovets, E. N. Pastukhova
Institute of Astronomy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Received:   29.04.2013;   accepted:   9.10.2013
(E-mail for contact: helene@inasan.ru, pastukhova@sai.msu.ru)


#NameOtherCoord (J2000)TypeMaxMinSystemPeriodEpoch (JD)typeSpCommentL.CurveFind.ChartData
1NSV 08171HV 392817 05 18.48, -23 34 28.7SRA12.714.5:V2492454135max Comm. 18171lc.jpg8171ch.jpgASAS 170518-2334.5
2NSV 08193Houk 71717 06 43.84, -18 48 42.3SR13.214.3V401 maxM4Comm. 28193lc.jpg8193ch.jpgASAS 170644-1848.7
3NSV 08214Houk 32317 07 43.78, -18 09 15.4SR13.114.3:V398 maxM4Comm. 38214lc.jpg8214ch.jpgASAS 170744-1809.3
4NSV 08276HV 1086817 12 37.45, -39 31 01.5RV13.113.7V37.8762453795.85min Comm. 48276lc.jpg8276ch.jpgASAS 171237-3931.0
5NSV 08322IRAS 17102-103117 13 01.90, -10 34 42.0SR9.811.1V1125 maxM7Comm. 58322lc.jpg8322ch.jpgASAS 171302-1031.7
6NSV 08416Houk 15417 15 49.92, -17 43 00.4SR12.314.6V101 maxM3Comm. 68416lc.jpg8416ch.jpgASAS 171550-1743.0
7NSV 08454BV 169617 17 32.82, -24 16 40.8SR13.314.9:V121.5 max Comm. 78454lc.jpg8454ch.jpgASAS 171733-2416.7
8NSV 08462Houk 11617 17 49.53, -17 58 17.0SR11.512.9V340 maxM3Comm. 88462lc.jpg8462ch.jpgASAS 171750-1758.3
9NSV 08484HV 1091617 18 06.54, +09 08 01.2SRB13.014.4V149 max Comm. 98484lc.jpg8484ch.jpgASAS 171807+0908.0
10NSV 08577HV 905417 23 57.48, -49 29 27.6SRA:11.9<13.2V3382454506max Comm. 108577lc.jpg8577ch.jpgASAS 172358-4929.5
11NSV 08581Plaut 91617 23 34.26, -20 47 54.9SR13.314.7V885 max Comm. 118581lc.jpg8581ch.jpgASAS 172334-2047.9
12NSV 08594HV 770317 25 57.63, -59 50 49.8SR12.914.1V410 max Comm. 128594lc.jpg8594ch.jpgASAS 172558-5950.8
13NSV 08604HV 770417 26 35.40, -61 16 44.9SR12.914.3V138.5 max Comm. 138604lc.jpg8604ch.jpgASAS 172635-6116.7
14NSV 08648HV 771217 27 54.55, -58 39 54.8SR12.513.2:V316 max Comm. 148648lc.jpg8648ch.jpgASAS 172755-5839.9
15NSV 08732HV 905817 28 43.32, -48 54 59.3SR12.413.6V131 max Comm. 158732lc.jpg8732ch.jpgASAS 172843-4854.9
16NSV 08774 17 31 20.01, -71 23 37.9SR11.613.0V117.5 max Comm. 168774lc.jpg8774ch.jpgASAS 173120-7123.6
17NSV 09089HV 1096117 31 28.37, +02 18 37.8SR11.111.7V318 max Comm. 179089lc.jpg9089ch.jpgASAS 173128+0218.6
18NSV 09250HV 908517 38 31.76, -56 49 01.4SR13.315.4:V92.1 max Comm. 189250lc.jpg9250ch.jpgASAS 173832-5649.0
19NSV 09531IRAS 17390+080317 41 28.32, +08 01 57.7SR12.914.2V576 max Comm. 199531lc.jpg9531ch.jpgASAS 174129+0802.0
20NSV 09534HV 909817 42 47.50, -43 46 35.3SR11.812.7V344 max Comm. 209534lc.jpg9534ch.jpgASAS 174248-4346.6
21NSV 09566HV 909917 43 51.78, -40 45 56.1SR10.511.6V422 max Comm. 219566lc.jpg9566ch.jpgASAS 174352-4045.9
22NSV 09615BD -7 449217 44 34.41, -07 51 21.7SRB8.38.6V42.7 maxM0Comm. 229615lc.jpg9615ch.jpgASAS 174434-0751.4
23NSV 09693HV 911617 48 08.31, -17 29 21.2SR12.5<14.6V110.5 max Comm. 239693LC.jpg9693CH.jpgASAS 174808-1729.4
24NSV 09799HV 702017 53 23.29, -36 06 08.5SR12.513.5V49.5 max Comm. 249799lc.jpg9799ch.jpgASAS 175323-3606.1
25NSV 09804S 1035217 52 41.93, +03 04 44.1SR12.5<14.0V245 max Comm. 259804lc.jpg9804ch.jpgASAS 175242+0304.7
26NSV 09839HV 914317 55 19.03, -43 11 39.0SR13.113.9V326 max Comm. 269839lc.jpg9839ch.jpgASAS 175519-4311.6
27NSV 09898HV 682517 59 16.11, -56 46 46.1SR11.512.5V630 max Comm. 279898lc.jpg9898ch.jpgASAS 175916-5646.8
28NSV 09959HV 916918 02 38.61, -66 52 35.5SRA13.214.8:V1752454660max Comm. 289959lc.jpg9959ch.jpgASAS 180239-6652.6
29NSV 10040HV 795818 03 40.80, -51 22 39.1SRA12.714.5:V159.52454976max Comm. 2910040lc.jpg10040ch.jpgASAS 180341+5122.7

Comments:


1. HV 3928 was discovered by Woods (1926). No finding chart was available for this variable. We recovered the variable using US Naval Observatory Archive Images. J–K = 1.42.

2. J–K = 1.32.

3. J–K = 1.34.

4. MinII=13m.5. J–K = 0.72.

5. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC-type star but with its secondary period (137d). J–K = 1.62.

6. J–K = 1.21.

7. J–K = 1.42.

8. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC-type star but with a wrong period (153d.1). J–K = 1.21.

9. J–K = 1.22. Note added in proof: Our result for this star has been confirmed by S. Otero (VSX database) after the submission of this paper.

10. HV 9054 was discovered by Luyten (1935). No finding chart was available for this variable. We recovered the variable using US Naval Observatory Archive Images. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC-type star but with a wrong period (194d.4). J–K = 1.55.

11. J–K = 1.47.

12. J–K = 1.20.

13. J–K = 1.21.

14. J–K = 1.19.

15. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC-type star but with a somewhat different period (126d.1). J–K = 1.34.

16. J–K = 0.82.

17. HV 10961 was discovered by Huruhata (Boyce and Huruhata 1942) and found, upon our request, by the late Dr. M.Hazen in Harvard Observatory's logbooks. No finding chart was avaible for this variable before. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC-type star but with a wrong period (34d.2). J–K = 1.02.

18. J–K = 1.27.

19. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC-type star but with a wrong period (151d.7). J–K = 1.31.

20. HV 9098 was discovered by Luyten (1936). No finding chart was available for this variable. We recovered the variable using US Naval Observatory Archive Images. J–K = 1.24.

21. HV 9099 was discovered by Luyten (1936). No finding chart was available for this variable. We recovered the variable using US Naval Observatory Archive Images. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC/SR-type star but with a wrong period (385d.1). J–K = 1.33.

22. J–K = 1.46.

23. HV 9116 was discovered by Luyten (1937). No finding chart was available for this variable. We recovered the variable using US Naval Observatory Archive Images. J–K = 1.40.

24. J–K = 1.40.

25. J–K = 1.34.

26. HV 9143 was discovered by Luyten (1936). No finding chart was available for this variable. We recovered the variable using US Naval Observatory Archive Images. J–K = 1.00.

27. The star was also discovered in the ASAS-3 survey and enters their variable-star catalog as a MISC/SR-type star but with a wrong period (118d.0). J–K = 1.34.

28. J–K = 1.30.

29. J–K = 1.09.

Remarks:
In our work aimed at improvement of the coordinates of variable stars in the NSV catalog (Samus et al. 2007–2012), we checked a number of poorly studied variables and found light elements and types for 29 of them. We were able to study the variables thanks to the publicly available electronic archives of CCD observations of the ASAS-3 project (Pojmanski 2002), and to images of the US Naval Observatory Image and Catalog Archive. In the results presented in the Table, Houk star numbers refer to N. Houk's discovery announcement (manuscript, 1968).

Acknowledgments: Our studies are supported by a grant from the Program "Origin and Evolution of Stars and Galaxies" of the Presidium of Russian Academy of Sciences and by Russian Foundation for Basic Research grant 13‑02‑00664. We gratefully remember Martha Hazen's contribution to our work on identifications of variable stars.

References:
Boyce, E.H., Huruhata, M., 1942, Harvard Observ. Ann., 109, No.4
Luyten, W.J., 1935, Astron. Nachr., 256, 325
Luyten, W.J., 1936, Astron. Nachr., 258, 121
Luyten, W.J., 1937, Astron. Nachr., 261, 451
Pojmanski, G., 2002, Acta Astron., 52, 397
Samus, N.N., Durlevich, O.V., Kazarovets, E V., Kireeva, N.N., Pastukhova E.N., et al., 2007–2012, General Catalogue of Variable Stars, Centre de Données Astronomiques de Strasbourg, B/gcvs
Woods, I., 1926, Harvard Observ. Bull., No. 834



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