Peremennye Zvezdy

"Peremennye Zvezdy",
Prilozhenie
,
vol. 14, N 9 (2014)

37 Mira Type Stars from the NSV Catalog: Recovery and Light Elements

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

Received:   7.06.2013;   accepted:   29.05.2014
(E-mail for contact: helene@inasan.ru, pastukhova@sai.msu.ru)


#NameOtherCoord (J2000)TypeMaxMinSystemPeriodEpoch (JD)typeSpCommentL.CurveFind.ChartData
1NSV 09052HV 906917 32 28.97, -50 24 37.0M12.9<14.7V3252454905max Comm. 19052lc.jpg9052ch.jpgASAS 173229-5024.6
2NSV 09127HV 907217 34 01.36, -53 09 36.7M11.2<13.6V126.72454719max  9127lc.jpg9127ch.jpgASAS 173401-5309.6
3NSV 09153HV 873917 33 36.51, -15 26 30.6M:11.7<13.1V2152453538max Comm. 39153lc.jpg9153ch.jpgASAS 173337-1526.5
4NSV 09154HV 874017 33 49.68, -19 15 31.8M12.2<14.5V2572454603max  9154lc.jpg9154ch.jpgASAS 173350-1915.5
5NSV 09177HV 874317 34 49.01, -18 39 40.3M13.1<14.6V284:2454548max Comm. 59177lc.jpg9177ch.jpgASAS 173449-1839.7
6NSV 09182SVS 46117 35 03.57, -18 13 20.4M12.1<14.6V2192455067max Comm. 69182lc.jpg9182ch.jpgASAS 173504-1813.3
7NSV 09190HV 908117 36 12.96, -47 03 11.7M12.6<13.8V3412454905max Comm. 79190lc.jpg9190ch.jpgASAS 173613-4703.2
8NSV 09194Ross 2517 35 39.10, -14 42 21.0M13.2<15.1V2762454555max Comm. 89194lc.jpg9194ch.jpgASAS 173539-1442.4
9NSV 09201HV 874617 36 01.68, -19 09 13.9M12.9<13.5V242:2454706max Comm. 99201lc.jpg9201ch.jpgASAS 173602-1909.2
10NSV 09210IRAS 17332-150717 36 07.27, -15 09 12.4M12.2<14.4V2962454193max Comm. 109210lc.jpg9210ch.jpgASAS 173607-1509.2
11NSV 09236P 126717 36 41.26, -15 54 54.8M12.0<15.1V2212454941max  9236lc.jpg9236ch.jpgASAS 173641-1554.9
12NSV 09313HV 875417 38 10.96, -17 08 04.4M12.9<13.8V316:2453565max Comm. 129313lc.jpg9313ch.jpgASAS 173811-1708.1
13NSV 09359HV 909117 38 37.15, -12 47 00.7M12.7<14.7V2222454641max Comm. 139359lc.jpg9359ch.jpgASAS 173837-1247.0
14NSV 09383HV 658417 39 55.09, -47 27 40.4M13.2<15.1V3812453166max Comm. 149383lc.jpg9383ch.jpgASAS 173955-4727.7
15NSV 09456HV 909317 41 29.66, -51 11 50.6M13.0<14.4V3182455020max Comm. 159456lc.jpg9456ch.jpgASAS 174130-5111.8
16NSV 09488HV 876417 40 48.96, -18 32 59.1M12.9<14.6V2402454195max Comm. 169488lc.jpg9488ch.jpgASAS 174049-1833.0
17NSV 09499HV 909717 41 52.64, -47 51 13.8M11.7<14.4V2872454993max Comm. 179499lc.jpg9499ch.jpgASAS 174153-4751.2
18NSV 09518HV 876717 41 19.07, -18 00 33.3M12.9<14.6V2662454613max Comm. 189518lc.jpg9518ch.jpgASAS 174119-1800.6
19NSV 09564S 865017 44 11.99, -47 44 00.7M:13.0<14.5V2392454917max  9564lc.jpg9564ch.jpgASAS 174412-4744.0
20NSV 09641HV 910517 47 16.87, -57 38 20.4M13.1<14.4V2292454766max Comm. 209641lc.jpg9641ch.jpgASAS 174717-5738.3
21NSV 09684HV 911417 48 29.90, -42 49 14.1M10.7<11.0V2522454997max Comm. 219684lc.jpg9684ch.jpgASAS 174830-4249.2
22NSV 09732HV 911917 51 03.23, -52 35 13.5M13.6<14.8V2462454673max Comm. 229732lc.jpg9732ch.jpgASAS 175103-5235.2
23NSV 09783HV 1170117 52 52.69, -38 36 01.4M:13.1<15.6V1822454874max Comm. 239783lc.jpg9783ch.jpgASAS 175253-3836.0
24NSV 09789HV 913517 53 04.75, -42 09 25.0M12.0<14.3V403:2455085max Comm. 249789lc.jpg9789ch.jpgASAS 175305-4209.4
25NSV 09791HV 701417 53 03.27, -37 34 04.5M:13.7<17.4V 2452110max Comm. 259791lc.jpg9791ch.jpgASAS 175303-3734.1
26NSV 09825HV 914117 54 54.48, -43 01 07.0M12.6<14.0V2782454566max Comm. 269825lc.jpg9825ch.jpgASAS 175454-4301.1
27NSV 09868HV 915717 56 54.66, -33 20 42.2M13.4<14.5V2062454975max Comm. 279868lc.jpg9868ch.jpgASAS 175655-3320.7
28NSV 09875HV 915617 57 22.31, -44 52 32.4M12.7<14.2V159.52454231max Comm. 289875lc.jpg9875ch.jpgASAS 175722-4452.5
29NSV 09882HV 915917 57 38.57, -42 13 56.0M12.7<14.0V2192455075max Comm. 299882lc.jpg9882ch.jpgASAS 175739-4213.9
30NSV 09883HV 916317 56 59.15, -17 28 35.8M12.8<14.6V2432454985max Comm. 309883lc.jpg9883ch.jpgASAS 175659-1728.6
31NSV 09892HV 916617 58 07.16, -33 45 09.5M12.2<13.0V2742455106max Comm. 319892lc.jpg9892ch.jpgASAS 175807-3345.2
32NSV 09895HV 705317 58 18.92, -36 19 16.5M14.0<15.4V2482452944max Comm. 329895lc.jpg9895ch.jpgASAS 175819-3619.3
33NSV 09955HV 917818 00 06.56, -16 01 25.5M13.7<14.7V2952454408max Comm. 339955lc.jpg9955ch.jpgASAS 180007-1601.4
34NSV 09982HV 918118 02 28.75, -47 55 18.3M12.7<14.5V3102453792max Comm. 349982lc.jpg9982ch.jpgASAS 180229-4755.3
35NSV 09992HV 918518 02 36.76, -48 31 01.4M11.2<13.5V2772454976max Comm. 359992lc.jpg9992ch.jpgASAS 180237-4831.0
36NSV 10035HV 919418 02 46.47, -32 02 40.0M13.2<14.6V2202453788max Comm. 3610035lc.jpg10035ch.jpgASAS 180246-3202.7
37NSV 10036S 876318 03 27.46, -47 13 02.9M13.4<14.9V2632454356max Comm. 3710036lc.jpg10036ch.jpgASAS 180327-4713.0

Comments:


1. R = 15.7 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1998-06-17.

3. R = 14.5 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1989-09-03.

5. R = 16.5 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1997-03-31.

6. The ASAS-3 range is for the combined brightness of the Mira and its neighbor. R = 15.5 on the ESO-MAMA image of 1985-04-25.

7. R = 16.3 on the ESO-MAMA image of 1985-06-26.

8. The ASAS-3 range is for the combined brightness of the Mira and its neighbor. R = 16.0 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1996-09-06.

9. R = 16.1 on the AAO-DSS2 image of 1992-07-22.

10. Woźniak et al. (2004) give a wrong period (280 d) for this Mira star.

12. R = 17.0 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1989-09-03.

13. R = 16.9 on the SERS-DSS2 image of 1996-09-06.

14. R = 16.5 on the AAO-DSS2 image of 1992-08-01.

15. R = 17.0 on the AAO-DSS2 image of 1992-08-01.

16. R = 15.6 on the AAO-DSS2 image of 1992-07-22.

17. HV 9499 was discovered by Luyten (1935). We assume that there was a misprint in the published declination: –46°49′ instead of the correct value of –47°49′.

18. R = 16.5 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1997-03-31.

20. R = 16.8 on the AAO-DSS2 image of 1990-06-22.

21. The ASAS-3 range is for the combined brightness of the Mira and its neighbor. R = 16.6 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1996-09-06.

22. R = 16.9 on the AAO-DSS2 image of 1993-04-18.

23. The ASAS-3 range is for the combined brightness of the Mira and its neighbor. SRA type is possible.

24. R = 14.9 on the AAO-DSS2 image of 1991-09-06.

25. We have got only one maximum in ASAS-3 for this star and 5 our measurements in R band (USNO Archive):

JDR
243856014.7
244447617.0
244777417.0
244850615.0
245033417.4


26. The ASAS-3 range is for the combined brightness of the Mira and its neighbor. R = 16.0 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1996-09-06.

27. R = 16.2 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1996-09-07.

28. R = 16.0 on the SERS-DSS2 image of 1996-09-06.

29. R = 16.4 on the ESO-MAMA image of 1980-08-23.

30. R = 16.5 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1986-08-16.

31. The ASAS-3 range is for the combined brightness of the Mira and its neighbor. R = 17.0 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1987-09-16.

32. R = 16.2 on the SERS-DSS2 image of 1996-09-07.

33. R = 15.5 on the SERS-DSS2 image of 1996-09-13.

34. R = 16.0 on the ESO-MAMA image of 1984-04-23.

35. R = 15.5 on the SERC-DSS2 image of 1998-07-16.

36. R = 16.7 on the ESO-MAMA image of 1978-01-07.

37. R = 15.0 on the ESO-MAMA image of 1985-07-15.

Remarks:
In our work aimed at improvement of the coordinates of variable stars in the NSV catalog (Samus et al. 2007–2013), we determined new light elements for 37 Mira type stars. The variables were studied using data from the publicly available electronic archives of CCD observations of the ASAS-3 project (Pojmanski 2002), and images from the US Naval Observatory Image and Catalog Archive. HV 8740, HV 8743, HV 8754, HV 9091, HV 8764, HV 8767, and HV 9119 were found, upon our request, by D. Williams on Harvard plates and HV 6584 was found, upon our request, by the late Dr. M. Hazen in Harvard Observatory's logbooks. The other 29 stars were rediscovered by the authors.

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 the Russian Foundation for Basic Research grant 13-02-00664.

References:
Luyten, W.J., 1935, Astron. Nachr., 256, 325
Pojmanski, G., 2002, Acta Astron., 52, 397
Samus, N.N., Durlevich, O.V., Goranskij V.P., Kazarovets, E.V., Kireeva, N.N., Pastukhova E.N., Zharova A.V., 2007–2013, General Catalogue of Variable Stars, Centre de Données Astronomiques de Strasbourg, B/gcvs
Woźniak, P.R., Williams, S.J., Vestrand, W.T., Gupta, V., 2004, Astron. J., 128, 2965



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