Section: PZ: main journal
The 82nd Name-list of Variable Stars. Part III - RA 20h to 24h and Novae
We present the third part of the new Name-List of variable stars containing information on 1043 variable stars recently designated in the system of the General Catalogue of Variable Stars. With the exception of Novae named upon request from the IAU CBAT or by our initiative, these stars are in the range of J2000.0 right ascensions from 20 hours 00 minutes to 24 hours 00 minutes.
We present 3296 magnitude measurements in the B, V, and I_c filters acquired for the RR Lyrae star T Men.
CCD BVRI and unfiltered photometry is presented for the type IIn Supernova 2016ehw. The object reached maximum with R(max)=15.4 mag and absolute magnitude $M_R=-18.1$~mag on JD~2457547. The brightness in the $R$ band declined by 3.1~mag during 170~days of observations. The rate of decline increased at the phase about 80~days past maximum. Comparison of the light and color curves of SN 2016ehw to those of well-studied type IIn SNe shows that this SN is quite typical for its class considering photometric evolution and maximum luminosity.
Photoelectric BVR_c observations of 24 classical Cepheids
In June and September 2004, 673 photoelectric BVR_c brightness measurements were made for 24 Cepheids using the 60-cm reflector of Mt. Maidanak Observatory. $V$ light curves and $B-V$ and $V-R_c$ colour curves are presented.
We present 4660 magnitude measurements in the B, V, and I_c filters acquired for 164 RR Lyrae stars.
Photometric observations of two type Ic-BL Supernovae: 2016coi and 2018ebt
CCD BVRI photometry is presented for the type Ic-BL Supernovae 2016coi and 2018ebt. The shape of the light curves for both objects is typical for this class of SNe. A change of brightness decline rate at about 100 days after maximum light is observed for SN 2016coi. The light curves of SN 2018ebt are best matched by those of SN Ic-BL 2002ap. For SN 2018ebt, we derived the dates and magnitudes of maximum light, rates of decline at late stages of evolution, and presented evidence for extinction in the host galaxy being negligible.
V470 Cas and GSC 02901-00089, Two New Double-mode Cepheids
We present a photometric study of two new double-mode Cepheids, pulsating in the first and second overtones modes: V470 Cas and GSC 02901-00089. For the search for double-mode variability, we used all available observations from the ROTSE-I/NSVS and 1SWASP online public archives. Our multicolour CCD observations in the B, V and R bands in Johnson's system and ASAS-SN data in the V filter (that became available later) confirm the double-mode periodicity of these variables. We study period variations of the two stars; variations of the first-overtone periods were reliably detected.
The 82nd Name-List of Variable Stars. Part II - RA 18hr to 20hr and Novae
We present the second part of a new Name-List of variable stars containing information on 1353 variable stars recently designated in the system of the General Catalogue of Variable Stars. With the exception of Novae and other unusual variables named upon request from the IAU CBAT or by our initiative, these stars are in the range of J2000.0 right ascensions from 18 hours 00 minutes to 20 hours 00 minutes.
A total of 9128 B-, V-, and I_c-band photometric measurements were acquired for 64 classical Cepheids in 1982 - 2014. For these stars, 1384 times of maximum light are determined and O-C diagrams constructed based on available photoelectric and CCD observations. The data are used to compute the current ephemerides and the normalized Fourier coefficients (cosine expansion), whose analysis confirmed that all the 64~variables were correctly classified as classical Cepheids.
We present 2902 magnitude measurements in the B, V, and I_c} filters acquired in 1999 - 2004 for 16 double-mode classical Cepheids.