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J/AcA/58/279/table1
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Moscow Digital Variables in Field of 66 Oph (Kolesnikova+, 2008)
New Moscow Digital Variables (274 rows)
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MDV

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magm
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magm2
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Per
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1LC 3917 40 07.83+04 24 28.0LB16.0016.60          1
2LC 4017 40 29.79+06 55 42.1RRAB15.6016.35       0.7597050    
3LC 4117 40 35.50+06 17 00.4RRAB14.6515.30       0.7349640    
4LC 4217 41 18.87+03 49 25.6SR:15.1015.60          1, 2
5LC 4317 42 13.95+05 42 45.2EB15.6016.00  15.85   0.5280010  3
6LC 4417 42 21.25+04 18 42.2SRB14.8015.15          1, 4
7LC 4517 42 44.86+04 46 37.4EW15.4015.75  15.70   0.3812090    
8LC 4617 43 04.48+06 54 44.4RRAB15.7016.35       0.4047910    
9LC 4717 43 52.96+06 36 02.3EW15.7016.20  16.20   0.3830120    
10LC 4817 45 13.67+05 03 15.6LB15.7016.80          1
11LC 4917 45 18.14+08 14 20.9RRAB14.8016.00       0.6127710    
12LC 5017 45 49.57+05 13 49.9LB14.0514.45          5
13LC 5117 45 57.40+05 02 45.6RRAB15.6016.20       0.6766670    
14LC 5217 46 15.35+06 14 14.5SRB15.4016.10       58.5000000:1, 6
15LC 5317 47 23.26+06 10 26.7EW15.2015.80  15.70   0.3534750    
16LC 5417 47 55.07+08 15 58.3EW14.9015.40  15.35   0.3157820    
17LC 5517 48 09.07+05 08 33.3RRAB16.1017.00       0.6418290    
18LC 5617 48 09.74+06 09 09.8EW15.7516.30  16.25   0.2545850    
19LC 5717 48 23.11+06 37 29.5SR:14.9015.25       48.0000000:1, 7
20LC 5817 48 29.26+05 29 16.8EA16.0016.50       0.9893000  8
21LC 5917 48 34.33+06 30 25.4EB14.5515.00  14.80   0.4730630    
22LC 6017 48 34.57+08 09 40.9RRC15.8016.20       0.3102960    
23LC 6117 48 40.02+08 29 06.0RRAB14.8016.00       0.6407990    
24LC 6217 48 50.05+05 59 20.3LB15.4016.00          1
25LC 6317 49 11.11+08 24 26.2RRC:14.7015.20       0.4433540  9
26LC 6417 49 11.11+06 03 53.0RRAB15.6016.40       0.6144220    
27LC 6517 49 37.25+06 51 44.2SRB:15.1515.60       54.9000000:1
28LC 6617 49 46.77+05 30 56.5RRAB14.1514.50       0.7214730    
29LC 6717 49 51.67+07 16 41.1EW15.9016.20  16.20   0.3786390    
30LC 6817 50 46.76+06 07 57.8RRC15.4016.00       0.3925120    
31LC 6917 50 50.76+07 51 10.8SRB15.8016.20       47.0000000:1, 10
32LC 7017 50 56.82+06 21 19.7LB15.0015.70          5
33LC 7117 51 23.46+08 25 02.5RRAB:15.2515.70       0.3925010    
34LC 7217 51 34.63+07 40 30.7RRC14.9515.50       0.3229020    
35LC 7317 51 37.90+08 44 01.5HADS15.3015.90       0.0999541  11
36LC 7417 51 45.02+03 47 54.8LB15.5016.10            
37LC 7517 51 48.78+09 26 33.6RRAB14.2015.60       0.4879610    
38LC 7617 51 54.83+05 26 14.8LB15.1016.10          1
39LC 7717 51 59.69+03 56 22.6RRC15.1015.70       0.3182400    
40LC 7817 52 02.92+08 49 51.6EW15.0015.60  15.50   0.4126660    
41LC 7917 52 05.13+04 33 22.1EA15.0015.60       1.6814900  8
42LC 8017 52 24.09+04 31 57.8L14.0014.50          12
43LC 8117 52 24.75+09 16 16.1RRC15.4015.85       0.2926740  9
44LC 8217 52 31.50+05 01 18.0RRC16.0016.40       0.3361600    
45LC 8317 52 37.26+07 20 49.9EW15.4515.90  15.90   0.3559820    
46LC 8417 52 40.57+08 28 06.2EW15.7016.05  16.00   0.4299480    
47LC 8517 52 53.84+04 24 34.4RRC15.9016.20       0.2568080    
48LC 8617 53 04.03+06 14 32.0SR:15.8016.45      143.0000000:1
49LC 8717 53 04.77+06 13 45.7RRAB16.1016.60       0.5844800    
50LC 8817 53 08.46+04 32 04.2RRC15.7016.20       0.2845750    
Result truncated to 50 rows
J/AcA/58/279/remarks
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Moscow Digital Variables in Field of 66 Oph (Kolesnikova+, 2008)
Remarks on variable stars (47 rows)
 
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1 1 Variable in NSVS data.
2 2 P=55.6d (from NSVS data).
3 3 A twice shorter period and type RRC are possible.
4 4 P=39.7d (NSVS data).
5 5 A small-amplitude variable in NSVS data.
6 6 P=60d (NSVS data).
7 7 P~50d (NSVS data) is possible.
8 8 A twice longer period is possible.
9 9 A twice longer period and type EW are possible.
1010 P~51d (NSVS data) is possible.
1111 A CCD study following this discovery was announced in
1211 Antipin et al. (2007PZ.....27....8A).
1312 A white or yellow star, J-H=0.529 (2MASS).
1413 P~62d (NSVS data) is possible.
1514 NSVS data show variations with the same period.
1615 1-day aliases of a twice shorter period are strong.
1716 P=45d (NSVS data).
1817 Variable in ASAS-3 data, not included into the ASAS-3 catalog of
1917 variable stars.
2018 Not identical to V568 Oph (17:59:44.09, +4:59:55.6, J2000).
2119 1-day aliases (0.399278d and 0.285235d) are also quite possible.
2220 The periods 83.8d or 92.5d are possible (NSVS data).
2321 A double star.
2422 P~63.5d (NSVS data) is possible.
2523 P=75d (NSVS data).
2624 The period 0.286864d (type EW) is also quite possible.
2725 O'Connell effect.
2826 A 1-day alias, P=0.49813d, is possible.
2927 P~78d (NSVS data) is possible.
3028 P~150d (NSVS data) is possible.
3129 P~130d (NSVS data) is possible.
3230 A twice shorter period and type HADS are possible.
3331 P=58d (NSVS data).
3432 P=48d (NSVS data).
3533 P=62d (NSVS data).
3634 P=0.305252d is also possible.
3735 P~250d (NSVS data) is possible.
3836 P~60d (NSVS data) is possible.
3937 P~54d (NSVS data) is possible.
4038 P~85d (NSVS data) is possible.
4139 A 1-day alias, P=0.397451d, is possible.
4240 A twice shorter period and type RRAB are possible.
4341 The coordinates are from the USNO-A2.0 catalog.
4442 P=81d (NSVS data).
4543 Possibly, the minima are deeper.
4644 P~82d (NSVS data) is possible.
4745 A 1-day alias, P=0.081429d, is possible.
J/AcA/58/279/table2
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Moscow Digital Variables in Field of 66 Oph (Kolesnikova+, 2008)
New data on known variables (13 rows)
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GCVS/NSV

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magm
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u_

n_

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d
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Rem

Simbad

1NSV 9475HV 1101117 40 13.31+06 02 51.8RRAB15.416.4    max42957.370 0.526203    Simbad
2NSV 9642HV 1104017 45 26.26+08 22 01.8RRAB14.616.0    max42870.481 0.467784    Simbad
3NSV 9704HV 1104617 48 06.28+08 12 54.2RRC14.114.7    max42934.380 0.320757    Simbad
4NSV 9721S 983717 49 03.37+05 06 19.3EW15.416.015.9  min42930.509 0.255458    Simbad
5NSV 9734HV 1105317 49 30.19+04 18 40.1LB14.915.6            1Simbad
6NSV 9740S 983817 49 43.48+04 13 24.1EA15.115.915.2:min44112.300 1.868950    Simbad
7NSV 9973S 927718 00 32.19+05 27 11.3LB15.216.0            1Simbad
8V947 OphS 419918 02 05.31+05 52 45.5EA14.314.8    min44023.455 0.797747    Simbad
9NSV 10129S 985718 03 54.74+07 34 27.4SR:14.715.4        143.000000:1Simbad
10NSV 10291S 986718 09 52.67+03 41 59.3LB15.215.9            1Simbad
11V2087 OphS 929718 11 16.36+05 15 32.3RRAB15.116.3    max43282.452 0.495589    Simbad
12NSV 10381S 929818 13 09.74+04 28 58.1LB14.014.7            1Simbad
13NSV 10403S 987218 14 00.45+03 50 35.0LB14.715.1            1Simbad
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