|Other titles||SS Cygni light curves : 1896-1985., SS Cygni light curves : 1985-1990.|
|Statement||prepared by Janet A. Mattei, Elizabeth O. Waagen, E. Grant Foster.|
|Series||AAVSO monograph -- 1., Supplement 2|
|Contributions||Waagen, Elizabeth O., Foster, E. Grant., American Association of Variable Star Observers.|
|LC Classifications||QB835 .M37 no. 1, suppl. 2 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 10 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||10|
adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: Janet A. Mattei, Michael Saladyga, Elizabeth O. Waagen. This supplement contains computer-generated light curves of the dwarf nova, SS Cygni, from through , bringing the light curves published in earlier papers, - , - up to : J. A. Mattei, E. O. Waagen, E. Grant Foster. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. This is demonstrated for the non chaotic light curve of variable star SS Cygni, which gives a saturated D2 value, when interpolated using a cubic spline. View. Show abstract. Bibliography.
The light curve of SS Cyg then shows a distribution of alternating wide and narrow outbursts which bear no specific cyclic pattern. Based on the AAVSO International Database, SS Cyg has a visual range of at minimum to at maximum. Recurrence can be expected every weeks, with a . SS Cygni is a variable star in the northern constellation Cygnus (the Swan). It is the prototype of the subclass of dwarf novae that show only normal eruptions. It typically rises from 12th magnitude to 8th magnitude for 1–2 days every 7 or 8 weeks. The northerly declination of SS Cygni (about 44° N) makes the star almost circumpolar from European and North American latitudes, allowing a. The light curve of SS Cyg then shows a distribution of alternating wide and narrow outbursts, which bear no specific cyclic pattern. Based on the AAVSO International Database, SS Cyg has a visual range of at minimum to at maximum. Recurrence can be expected every weeks, with a . Target-of-opportunity observations of the dwarf nova SS Cyg were made by the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE) satellite on August The observations cover the rise and plateau phases of a rare symmetric outburst which began on August ~ and which reached maximum at V ~ on August ~ During the observations, the EUV brightness of the source as measured by the EUVE .
SS Cygni, unusual outburst - posted in Observational Astrophysics: I guess many members of this forum have already noticed the last (now already finishing?) unusual outburst of SS Cygni. It does not look at all as the usual outburst (fast up, a little slower down), but rather like a fairly symmetrical bell shaped one (lazy up, lazy down). an unusually dense coverage of the light curve. As the Workshop drew to an end, Medley, Green, Rebol, and Watkins departed. On Aug Gray was conducting tracking tests of his unique “lollipop” telescope, and needed a convenient object to track. Berry suggested that XX Cygni would be a . Historical light curves provide an interesting study of the long-term behavioral changes exhibited in some stars. The AAVSO is a unique resource for variable star research because it contains millions of variable star observations dating back to before the organization was founded in SS Cygni light curves: by American Association of Variable Star Observers (Book).